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Old 05-06-2015, 01:16 PM   #36681
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See, proves the point. Once they know you can fix things it becomes endless. Had we met 20 years ago you would have been trained by now to avoid those fixit things, sit around, drink beer, become round!
And there we have Wayne's life strategy. I must admit it does work for him, but only because of Earlene.

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Shhh! Earlene's working out in the yard. I helped her. I opened the shed door so she could get the clippers out. Are I not an .
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Old 05-06-2015, 01:16 PM   #36682
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Busy Corners... great pies...
Mmmmm. Stuck my finger in that piece of lemon meringue pie to have a taste and a WOW. Heavenly! We better get ourselves up there and buy the whole pie.
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And while you ladies are planting food and flowers, i was pulling weeds this morning....



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Old 05-06-2015, 01:19 PM   #36684
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Mmmmm. Stuck my finger in that piece of lemon meringue for a taste test and WOW! We better get ourselves up there and buy the whole pie!
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Old 05-06-2015, 01:21 PM   #36685
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Mmmmm. Stuck my finger in that piece of lemon meringue pie to have a taste and a WOW. Heavenly!
We got chocolate and coconut cream... Busy Corners, Goodfiled Illinois... if traveling I 74 between Bloomington / Normal and Peoria... a must stop.
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[QUOTE=Wayne M;2543306]If you remember, I had to get down and lay on the floor to supervise, hold flashlights and things and just be the "general contractor." That was very difficult because of my knees, back, toes, fingers, etc., So there!! My bill is in the mail.

Wayne, don't forget that you fixed Bow's broken bay door piston, for which she is most grateful. And so are we. Thanks again.
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If I plant leftover 6 day old pea salad in the flower bed will it grow peas?
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Old 05-06-2015, 01:32 PM   #36688
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The Wildwood Flower grew wild in Di's yard
but she didn't know what it was called!
Some say it's a flower, some say it's a weed
She never gave it much thought!

Di keep an eye on Larry, we don't need him naked swinging on the windmill!
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No. It will grow pea salad silly.
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The Wildwood Flower grew wild in Di's yard
but she didn't know what it was called!
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She never gave it much thought!

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Yeah. Wild. That's the ticket.... Wild I tell ya.
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If I plant leftover 6 day old pea salad in the flower bed will it grow peas?
If it does I'm in trouble! You want believe what I put in our garden, I might have a heard of quarter horses in mine by summers end!
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Only if you plant the pea salad really deep, add about 6 inches of dirt on it, then plant seed peas on top. I used to bury all of our banana peels under my tomato plants. Jerry Baker says it nourishes them. All I know is I had tons of yummy tomatoes. Many of the cherry tomatoes never made it into the house.
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If it does I'm in trouble! You want believe what I put in our garden, I might have a heard of quarter horses in mine by summers end!
Which quarter of the horse are you puttin' in the garden??? The hind quarter will make better fertilizer.
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Yeah. Wild. That's the ticket.... Wild I tell ya.
He wouldn't be swinging on the windmill, he'd be swimming in the pond (or, in West Texas, the stock tank).
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