Thankful Thursday

It was very tempting to post jokes, but I resisted. This post is purrticipating in Brian’s Thankful Thursday Blog Hop, and since I am thankful for finding information and memes that make me think, this is what I’m sharing with you.

25 thoughts on “Thankful Thursday

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    1. You’re welcome Ms. Anne! I hope all my readers make note and stay safe/healthy… Many dangers out there.
      I was motivated to start sharing a few more food tips because a neighbor moved far away and gifted my staff with some food items – a half empty gallon fo canola oil was one item —- my chef got the oddest expression on her face, but thanked the woman…. Canola oil is a registered pesticide, but we don’t use that stuff… Mom never liked the lady’s cooking and now wonders if that oil could explain why….
      Purrseidon

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  2. Trust mee Purrseidon mee knowss…LadyMew will come home an tell mee ’bout peepell an mee just wunderss how they live with themselvess??? LadyMew feelss badlee if shee does anything wrong.
    An shee will ALLWAYSS admit when shee iss wrong…..even to mee!

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    1. If any of my staff dared to do wrong, I’d be forced to give them the whacky paw! I really don’t wish to do that, and fortunately, they don’t need one… Paws sometimes does, but not the staff.
      Purrs

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  3. Integrity is the reason i don’t hire other cleaners and get more houses to clean and pay them to work with or for me. If i send someone into another person’s home to clean, i am vouching for that person’s integrity, that the person will do the work, not snoop into the family’s private business, and not steal anything, even down to a penny. These days, that’s too big a chance to take.

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    1. Very sensible, Ms. Mimi!!!
      Mom and her cousin cleaned houses for a while during college. They worked together and once mentioned how they found a lot of change under a sofa cushion, so they put it in a bowl in the kitchen and gave it to the woman (new client).. The lady got the oddest expression on her face when they gave it to her…. Come to find out, she’d put money there to see 1) if they cleaned under cushions and 2) if they’d keep it… They found more money than she’d set out as a test.
      Purrseidon

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  4. I found lots of great info here. Thank you and BIG PHARMA – UGH! My oldest grand daughter was given thyroid medication. A couple months later she got off of it as she helaed herself with vitamins and eating the proper diet. I have taken Synthyroid for fifty years, yep, fifty years! No change, still costing more than the national debt!

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    1. Have you researched to see if iodine might help you? Iodine is generally put in processed salt, but we use pink Himalayan rock salt, which has a lot of minerals, but no iodine, thus we add that.
      Purr

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    1. Ms, Kathe, I’m glad you liked my health info… IMHO, the medical purrfession is suspect and many seem to be manipulated by big pharma, which seems very evil to me. Thus, my goal is to use food instead of pills to keep my staff in tiptop form.
      Purrseidon

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    1. Ms. Ellen, the food available to most isn’t as healthy as it was years ago… We don’t generally use ‘fertilizer’ but most commercial growers do…. that could be part of the problem
      Purrseidon

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    1. Brian dear furiend, I dare to hope your readers are thankful for the information… I will be thankful if my bits of advice help one human get healthy.
      Purrseidon

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