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Name: Melissa
Gender: Female
Hometown: Tucson/AZ
Member since: Sun Apr 16, 2017, 01:26 PM
Number of posts: 8,563

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I just might be improving a little 🙂

I went back to a painting I did about a year ago and had no trouble finding plenty to spiff up.


Since we haven't received our stimulus direct deposits I re-checked IRS.gov

This time it shows they will be deposited tomorrow. Last time I checked a couple of weeks ago there was no date.

This is the first time I'm sharing a painting with fellow DU artists..hope it works

Edited to delete link until I figure out how to post photo with out the personal info 🙂

Edited to repost link to pic


This is so cool, Lin Manuel Miranda and original cast sing for little girl who missed Bway show

I promise this will make you laugh and smile.

recorded last September around the world.It will make you feel a little better. Thx Ringo et al

Thanks to fellow DUers who post wonderful music for the rest of us to enjoy. This ones for you guys.


Einstein: Necessity is the mother of all invention.

Truer words were never spoken. Sorry I donít know how to just paste the pic and not the link.
It is worth the trouble to click on it 😬😷


Did I miss it? It just dawned on me, I haven't seen a single

PSA on Covid-19. Not a single commercial for folks that donít watch news or press conferences. Did I miss them?

I just burst into tears

My husband and I were watching the local evening news when the story of the man and wife who listened to impotus and took some variation of the chloroquine drug he was pushing to cure Covid-19. He died and the wife was being interviewed from ICU/critical care. All I could think of was impotus killed her husband and left her a widow. I looked at my wonderful husband and just broke down.

This is the COVID 19 PSA you didn't know you needed (warning language +humor)


Are you following CDC's advice for over 60's?

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