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Piroska
I'm Swiss-Canadian. Mother of 3 and grandmother of 3. Love to read, write poetry, do crafts of all sorts, draw, do gardening.
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Brief Take Aug 19
Let me share this whole new world with you. RT + FOLLOW us to *both* versions of Disney’s on Blu-ray combo pack!
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Piroska Aug 19
Replying to @louise3anne
Thanks! I love it, too.
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Piroska Aug 17
Replying to @louise3anne
Thank you, Louise.
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Piroska Aug 15
Thanks so much, Tara!
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Piroska Aug 14
has gotten a bad rap. Looked at in a different light, it's really determination and perseverance (both positive traits), wrapped in a cloak of cheeky attitude. It's all in the perspective.
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Piroska Aug 14
Replying to @AuthorIzzy
I love the Yoplait brands. In Switzerland, they have flavours such as chocolate and my fave: coffee. Yummy!
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Piroska Aug 10
Replying to @Hayla_Lales
Thanks for the mention! Have a fabulous weekend!
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Piroska Aug 4
Replying to @solmullersch
Thanks so much!
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Piroska Aug 4
Replying to @dizzy_cricket
Wow. That's what they look like? I've never seen one before. Looks like a prehistoric bug.
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Piroska Aug 4
Replying to @JoshuaCharles02
This is one of the reasons legitimate writers/authors are having such a difficult time publishing and selling books. With all these shortcuts and fake (bought) reviews, added to scammy book-a-week "writers" (marketers) that treat books the same as jewelry or the newest gadget.
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Piroska Aug 4
There's nothing more grounding or rejuvinating to me, than spending 2 days with my grandchildren. Humming lullabies to a sleeping newborn; precious rare cuddles with a toddler; fascinating convos about Transylvania, the Sphinx, and meteor showers, with a 6 year old. ❤️ is sated.
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Robert J. W. Aug 3
One of the hardest things about depression is that it can hide behind street corners, inside your cellphone screen, or even your own bed and there's little you can do once it starts gnawing at your heart with tumorous teeth except survive.
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Cindy Kolbe Aug 4
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Piroska Aug 4
I'm so sorry, Cheryl. That's brutal.
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~T~ Aug 3
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Piroska Aug 4
Replying to @JosephMKavanag1
I'm so sorry, Joseph. {{ hugs }}
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Piroska Aug 4
Replying to @shepherdmoon53
It's heart-breaking and terrifying. I don't consider it political (though it is), but it's more about humanity--or the lack thereof. It's such a difficult time, and even though I'm in Canada, we all feel this. So does the world. And yes--it starts with community.
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Piroska Aug 4
Replying to @ImpulsiveCookie
I would choose Lucy Maud Montgomery and Anais Nin. L.M. Montgomery helped me through my childhood with her lovely stories about feisty, red-headed Anne. Anaïs Nin was fascinating--free-spirited, bohemian, feminist. The conversations would never get boring!
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Piroska Aug 3
Replying to @Hayla_Lales
Thanks for the shout-out!
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Piroska Jul 31
Replying to @CatwomanJS
Thanks, Janie!
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