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Old 09-23-2014, 06:27 PM   #22793
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Marty there was no food in the pics we had with Di and Larry. We didn't even get to go to two fancy Little Rock restaurants.
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Old 09-23-2014, 06:30 PM   #22794
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Cubit, length from elbow to tip of middle finger.
Who's elbow & middle finger?
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There was a comment many , many pages back, after the grand poohbah visited our humble little town and we partook of fine German cuisine, that Steve always posts pictures of his food. I thought to myself at the time... yes, that is very facebookish, I see a lot of people who take pictures of their food and I don't get it... usually I have no clue what the food is or else they give the name andor a description... doesn't do much for my diet... I could just watch TV and get as many food commercials messing up my diet...LOL.
I have 6 friends on Facebook and have not put anything on mine since I created it. So I don't really know what is Facebookish and what's not. But those 6 - rarely if ever post food pics lol... maybe I'm not doing it right - or they aren't...
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Old 09-23-2014, 06:51 PM   #22796
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Who's elbow & middle finger?
6000 years ago it didn't matter!

Which brings up your post that followed my post about Native American puberty acts. Let's see what did you say, " I Did It".
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I have 6 friends on Facebook and have not put anything on mine since I created it. So I don't really know what is Facebookish and what's not. But those 6 - rarely if ever post food pics lol... maybe I'm not doing it right - or they aren't...

And back to Marty, too ...
I used to post food photos in my blog, especially when there was something notable or at a special place. Eventually I decided to stop because I thought people were not interested. You should have seen the feedback! "Where's the food?!" Etc.

I still take pics of notable food, such as the gorgeous presentations on cruise ships. And that's even if I'm not the one to eat them. No calories in a photo! Unless you inhale while taking it?

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So now I'm pondering the meal... the gathering to break bread... the sharing of food...

When I was a kid the family meal was important. We came together in the morning for a little breakfast. A bit hurried but always a period together, however brief. Breakfast set the stage for where we were all headed that day. Our last minute sharing of hopes and dreams for the day, who was depending on whom or what to make it all happen - it all happened at the breakfast table. Whether it was little leauge practice, band or the dentist visit, Mom and dad orchestrated and pulled the strings around the morning meal. And then there was dinner.

Dinner time was sacred. And often it had something to with a little work. Did I pick the tomatoes or OKRA or whatever happened to be coming up out of the ground - if anything. Gardening was more a learning thing than a survival thing for us. But the meal and the family time was special and the sights and colors and dishes themselves were as much a part of the meal as the food or the discussion. Dinner was not a time for TV or music or anything but each other. It was a time for sharing and togetherness. A trip to Rays or A&W or Big Boys was a rare adventure. And then one day everything changed...
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Funny thing is... when all the permutations and iterations are run - you and Kevin Bacon are among the potential friends... I suspect Bacon is the conection...
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I have 6 friends on Facebook and have not put anything on mine since I created it. So I don't really know what is Facebookish and what's not. But those 6 - rarely if ever post food pics lol... maybe I'm not doing it right - or they aren't...

It's a pretty deep concept. 😉
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Where's that Jeanie girl.. she was going to check on Sir Bob - TEFFY - and get back to us...
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Love the pics of the Mini-C foresome, Di. OmNom fer shur.

We grew up on venison due to the sharing. We shared our crops with the deer, they paid us back with protein. $25/month milk money had to be bolstered a bit, ya know?

Today was about 20 miles of back road to Cleator, AZ, population 9.
A very pleasant, laid back place with a general store, an always open yard sale, and the Cleator Bar and Yacht Club. Must go back again!
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So now I'm pondering the meal... the gathering to break bread... the sharing of food...

When I was a kid the family meal was important. We came together in the morning for a little breakfast. A bit hurried but always a period together, however brief. Breakfast set the stage for where we were all headed that day. Our last minute sharing of hopes and dreams for the day, who was depending on whom or what to make it all happen - it all happened at the breakfast table. Whether it was little leauge practice, band or the dentist visit, Mom and dad orchestrated and pulled the strings around the morning meal. And then there was dinner.

Dinner time was sacred. And often it had something to with a little work. Did I pick the tomatoes or OKRA or whatever happened to be coming up out of the ground - if anything. Gardening was more a learning thing than a survival thing for us. But the meal and the family time was special and the sights and colors and dishes themselves were as much a part of the meal as the food or the discussion. Dinner was not a time for TV or music or anything but each other. It was a time for sharing and togetherness. A trip to Rays or A&W or Big Boys was a rare adventure. And then one day everything changed...

? Electricity was discovered? Television was invented?
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Love the pics of the Mini-C foresome, Di. OmNom fer shur.

We grew up on venison due to the sharing. We shared our crops with the deer, they paid us back with protein. $25/month milk money had to be bolstered a bit, ya know?

Today was about 20 miles of back road to Cleator, AZ, population 9.
A very pleasant, laid back place with a general store, an always open yard sale, and the Cleator Bar and Yacht Club. Must go back again!
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Great pics!
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