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Old 11-30-2013, 10:59 AM   #7295
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To follow the naming of GPs thoughts: I first encountered the name Nana in Rhode Island and thought it really sweet. All these years later, I am now NanaSue to our GD.

My own grandmother was GMG sometimes (Grandmother Grace) and GGMG to my boys (Great GMG), while my mother used her nickname and became GranBess.

Whatever they call you, it's lovely to hear them start to say it.

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Old 11-30-2013, 11:26 AM   #7296
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Don - just making sure you saw my post on getting the ball rolling on Mutantworks Productions. We need the articles of incorporation drawn up and to begin hiring our movie production crew. Plenty of gaffers on the thread, and I'm sure some of our still photographers can transition to motion pictures - but lots to do, lots to do...

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Will do Steve. Officers for the corp-orated incorporated corporation will need to be voted on, I will start intermediately preparing the necessary documents.
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Old 11-30-2013, 11:28 AM   #7297
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My of my Dave! I'm sure that's official 'bacon stuffing' also...
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Will do Steve. Officers for the corp-orated incorporated corporation will need to be voted on, I will start intermediately preparing the necessary documents.
Hope ya had a great Turkey day. Wonder if there's a way to go with a corporate monkey in lieu of the more traditional corporate seal?
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Of all of the images I have saved off this thread to later jigsaw, that has to be the funniest, AND the most mutant. I hope you remember to snap a pick of your Muturkey after it's cooked and before sliced for me.

Hey Barb, does Sena like turkey? Stuffing? Cranberry Sauce? Mashed potatoes or sweet potatoes?

This curious duck is our mascot's Thanksgiving delights...
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After Thanksgiving meal. 3 days after Thanksgiving, its time to deal with left over.

Turkey Hash:

Chop up turkey
Heat a small amount of olive in big pan
Throw in turkey and stuffing
Stir until brown,
Add leftover, potatoes, veggies, and cranberry
Str and fry until it dries up
Add some leftover gravy
Stir till stars to brown
Squirt on ketchup and mustard
Stir until it is just moist

Serve hot

You can refrigerate and reheat in microwave.
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Hope ya had a great Turkey day. Wonder if there's a way to go with a corporate monkey in lieu of the more traditional corporate seal?
Thank You. We spent the last 3 days at a friends ranch, riding a restored buggy, enjoying the quiet, cold and the light dusting of snow.

The highlight of trip was our little 10 pound puppy meeting our friends 90 pound lab, his expression looked remarkably like this -->

Our 11 pound 3yr old pup fearlessly took up a defensive position to his rear, covering his back of course...

For the rest of the holiday I had two scarey-poos sitting on my shoulders, under my chair or under my feet when I moved...
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A belated Happy Turkey Day to all, and a welcome to any and all new Mutated Members!
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Hey Barb, does Sena like turkey? Stuffing? Cranberry Sauce? Mashed potatoes or sweet potatoes?

This curious duck is our mascot's Thanksgiving delights...
Sena enjoyed all of the above on Thursday, and everyday since. In addition she is chowing down on deviled eggs, and beans with Portuguese sausage and brown rice, almonds, yogurt, assorted cheeses, roast beef, Dave's killer bread, dried fruit ...

She is an eating machine. It's no wonder that she goes thru 8-10 diapers a day. She wakes up starving and searches for food all day long. I am so glad when she settles down to sleep at night. I finally get a break from kitchen duty.

I have had to secure the frig and freezer doors with bungees to keep her from raiding them and all the food cabinet doors have magnetic locks to keep her out.

If you want her to like you, have her see you put some almonds in your pocket. She'll notice and later come to steal them.
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Figured out how to add a picture from my phone. Tap on your picture space from your profile when in your profile and it lets you add one.
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Only blonde in the avatar pic. Where's the rainbow?
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Figured out how to add a picture from my phone. Tap on your picture space from your profile when in your profile and it lets you add one.
Hey there, Marty! Glad to meet you slightly more in person! Always nice to have a blonde around the place. (Me, I'm the silver gray one.)

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Sena enjoyed all of the above on Thursday, and everyday since. In addition she is chowing down on deviled eggs, and beans with Portuguese sausage and brown rice, almonds, yogurt, assorted cheeses, roast beef, Dave's killer bread, dried fruit ...

She is an eating machine. It's no wonder that she goes thru 8-10 diapers a day. She wakes up starving and searches for food all day long. I am so glad when she settles down to sleep at night. I finally get a break from kitchen duty.

I have had to secure the frig and freezer doors with bungees to keep her from raiding them and all the food cabinet doors have magnetic locks to keep her out.

If you want her to like you, have her see you put some almonds in your pocket. She'll notice and later come to steal them.
Wow, the ability to climb and open doors combined with an appetite..

I will remember the almonds... I do want our mascot to like me..
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Only blonde in the avatar pic. Where's the rainbow?
Have to give it s break now and then as
1. Color is hard on hair
2. Hubby is more conservative than I and doesn't appreciate it as much as I do!
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