Ann goodmorning, i hear about the news in London, pretty shocking.
did the Fire Department took over the flames?
Morning Amber. Yes, folk thought it was a bomb at first, but now they know it hit the crane before it spun out of control. Two people are dead and 9 injured. One critically. Just awful.
As far as I can see on the news, the flames are out. But there are now concerns that the crane is unstable.
Man.... poor Baker
Lacko is staging a comeback
And everything is going in. Really entertaining stuff.
Thanks, it's nothing worse than I'm accustomed to. I've always been tired in the morning. When I was still in my 20s I used to be very awake in the evenings, but nowadays I'm not anymore. I believe this is what is called a D-pattern. From this list: A-pattern - alert in the morning, tired in the evening. B-pattern - alert in the evening, tired in the morning (my old one). C-pattern - alert both morning and evening. D-pattern - tired both morning and evening.
As long as I eat enough honey I can avoid most colds. That sentence made me think what difference a couple of commas can make. Just see here:
As long as I eat enough, honey, I can avoid most colds.
So as long as you do this and get the balance right you can, if not avoid this totally, but maybe control it in such a way that you feel the maximum you can at all times.
Grammar has a way of tripping us all up at times.