@fitheach @kensanata Just goes to show how my memory is suffering these days.
I seen to have been heavily involved in this original post but had forgotten you even owned an Aga.
A friend of mine once retro fitted an Aga to a modern house. He had to build stacks of breeze blocks under the Aga to support it because the floor wasn't going to cope!
21st Century problems!
@kensanata Stainless Steel?
Mine has one of those catalytic self cleaning surfaces which, if course, doesn't work 😃
Looks OK if About some effort into it but therein lies the problem !
I have to admit that I use Google Translate a lot for checking my sentences in Gàidhlig. Now I found an alternative front-end for Google Translate, serving as a free and open source translator for a whole raft of languages. You can even host it yourself: Lingva
The official instance is
More information on this github site:
Because language creates our reality:
On New Year's Day, a friend asked us to address him with different #pronouns. He/him became she/her.
Some acquaintances continued to mostly speak of 'him'. And to this day, they still stumble over 'she' and repeatedly address her incorrectly.
I (did) consistently use the 'new' pronouns. Towards her, but also when I talk about her. In my mind, I no longer see her as 'he'.
I changed my (and her) reality.
It didn't hurt.
You can do it, too!
@Bella Have to admit that we stopped watching the last series! The writing was very poor despite the actors bed efforts 🙂
Toot für Whisky-Freund.innen
@Bella That's a relief.
I was intrigued by the multiple posts repeating yours. Was sure I was missing something important 😃
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