That thing is ENORMOUS.
I'm kind of scared it will fall on her.
Maybe she has no feeling in her legs so it won't matter.
May- you made me laugh.That thing is awesome. I guess they had a lot of bedridden people then?
May cracks me up. I think they also had less to do while bedridden. I mean, read, okay, but you can't do that all the time. Knit? Piano! I could see the Lady from Philadelphia with one of these if she were confined.
Who is/was the Lady from Philadelphia?
May is fucking FUNNY. That was such a great comment. I can't top it.
May: She told the lady from Philadelphia the whole story,–how her mother had put salt in the coffee; how the chemist had been called in; how he tried everything but could make it no better; and how they went for the little old herb-woman, and how she had tried in vain, for her mother couldn't drink the coffee. The lady from Philadelphia listened very attentively, and then said, "Why doesn't your mother make a fresh cup of coffee?" Elizabeth Eliza started with surprise. Solomon John shouted with joy; so did Agamemnon, who had just finished his sum; so did the little boys, who had followed on. "Why didn't we think of that?" said Elizabeth Eliza; and they all went back to their mother, and she had her cup of coffee.
DTG- I still have that book and knew exactly who you were talking about.
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