Let’s Talk

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  1. Shosh

    Bring on more of The Sherry dramas, how I love parodies and making fun of the terrible, glum, trapped side of lockdowns. Praise God Sydney is out of lockdown! Lionel you must be the main star and Shirley the director next time. I loved seeing all of Lionel’s old props and why was there a stethoscope in Locke’s case?

    • Hi Shoshi So glad you enjoyed the locksmith video ..however not sure if I’ll be comfortable for Shirley to direct our next video .. she is not as patient as I am.
      Stethoscope in Lockie’s toolbox was a throwback to old movies where the crims would use a stethoscope to listen to the lock mechanism of a safe while cracking it.
      There was also one item of concern in Lockie’s toolbox … the bottle of wine. Could Lockie be a bit of an alcoholic? After all he did drop the keys and his voice sounded a bit subdued. Then again Shirl smelled alcohol on his breath but didn’t want to say anything … she was just concerned that he would find the right key for the lock!
      Thanks again for your comments and keep well! Lionel

  2. Jung

    Shirley,

    This lockdown is really depressing but your never-ending positive vibe really picks me up. On this occasion, I would like to jot down few things about your post so far…

    I have been reading Shirl’s Pearls religiously since the beginning. I thoroughly enjoy every one of your posts. You have the most interesting life I know of. Your post is one of my favourite posts and I always look forward to your next one. Your post is like a breath of fresh air from all the bad news about Covid19. It is absorbing and fun to read.

    Your post is for me a reminder to be positive and always learn something beneficial, healthy and is a smart way of living. These days I drink more water throughout the day and exercise more and I stopped eating my ex-favourite sugary cereals since I read your post and reading your book (ultra processed food like the cereals are so bad I didn’t realise until you educated me, thank goodness!, I stopped eating those now).

    You boosted my confidence for a woman like myself who is trying to learn about investing but didn’t know where /how/what /when to start and what to research including learning about your personality before investing. I love the way you guide us into learning and how to go about investing.

    I can’t imagine how much work and effort you put into each post. You are so generous. I know so many people who don’t like to share anything, let alone sharing their precious knowledge and experiences – that could benefit many, is even harder. I thank you so much for including me on your post in the first place and sharing all that knowledge and your own experiences.

    I just had to add one more … Shirley, I enormously enjoyed and learned a lot from reading the book “Eat like the Animals“ – what nature teaches us about the science of healthy eating by David Raubenheimer & Stephen J Simpson. I think the book should be a textbook in high schools – earlier the better so consumers learn the most important knowledge of healthy eating and a healthy life from that book!

    I am so lucky to be your friend. It is a wonderful feeling that you are cared and loved by a friend like you.

  3. Jung Longhurst

    Dear Shirley
    I have been reading your Shirl’s Pearl post religiously since the beginning.
    I am thoroughly enjoying every one of your posts. You have the most interesting life I know of.
    Your post is one of my favourite posts and I always look forward to your next one.
    Your post is like a breath of fresh air.
    It is absorbing and fun to read.
    Your post is for me a reminder to be positive and always learning something – beneficial, healthy and a smart way of living.
    These days I drink more water throughout the day and exercise more and I stopped eating my ex-favourite sugary cereals since I read your post.
    You boosted my confidence for a woman like myself who is trying to learn about investing but didn’t know where /how/what /when – to start and what to research including learning about your personality before investing.
    I love the way you guide us into learning and how to go about investing.
    I can’t imagine how much work and effort you put into each post.
    You are so generous. I know so many people don’t like to share anything, let alone sharing their precious knowledge & experiences – that could benefit many, is even harder.
    I thank you so much for telling me about your post and sharing all that knowledge and your own experiences.
    Thank you so much, Shirley

    • Jung you’ve written a lovely comment. Thank you from all of us at Shirls Pearls 😌 We absolutely enjoy working together, giving our readers information they can relate to and find useful. Our efforts so much more rewarding when we read messages like yours!

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