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Old 12-06-2013, 09:10 AM   #7589
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Brain freeze?
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All my ponders have gone south. Thought I wanted to go south too, but now I'm not so sure! We *were* packing the Bella Rigatoni, but I'll take a break now, I believe!

All we got in our part of IL was some light sleet. Aside from a drastic drop in the mercury, that is. <teeth chattering>

Hot beverages all 'round, please!

Ch-ch-cheers!
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Old 12-06-2013, 09:23 AM   #7590
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well my tests came back this morning and I am cancer free!!!! wooo hooo
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Old 12-06-2013, 09:29 AM   #7591
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13 degrees here with a high forecasted of 20. I think it was 4 or so out last night before the sun came out. Likely to get there again when it gets dark again. I don't mind the cold so much if it's not too windy. The slick wet stuff isn't any fun though when you are trying to drive and idiots think they don't need to slow it down some. Hopefully the wet stuff will wait until I get home Sunday.
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Old 12-06-2013, 09:35 AM   #7592
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:ROFL: All my ponders have gone south. Thought I wanted to go south too, but now I'm not so sure! We *were* packing the Bella Rigatoni, but I'll take a break now, I believe! All we got in our part of IL was some light sleet. Aside from a drastic drop in the mercury, that is. <teeth chattering> Hot beverages all 'round, please! Ch-ch-cheers! Sue

Hey Sue,

Ya'll come on down to Ft Worth Texas, we are a toasty 26 right now!



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Old 12-06-2013, 09:48 AM   #7593
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On another note, was deer hunting for a little while yesterday morning, before the really cold hit and found this in my deer stand.

Someone must think I'm Santa, the note says the snack and diet drink is for Santa, the peanuts for Rudolph!

Nice jesture, just not sure how Rudolph likes the deer hunting!
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Tim you hang around them deer so much that somebody might have thought you surely have connection with the fat man!
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Good grief... if this is an example of global warming... let's go back to normal, please! I'm freezing!

Hello everyone! :P

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Here's what I've been up to... a distressed holster. My first one ever. Very challenging since I'm in Idaho and the Gun that will be housed in this is in Georgia! ha!

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Got my truck back from the dealer today - new turbocharger installed. Total cost was $3,221. Now we have to figure out how to load the 5er with out putting the slides out. It is 7 here and the slide toppers do not work well when it is that cold. More snow due Sat. and Sun.

I might be an RVM but I do have to have a turbo.
Just pile everything in a corner until you get to warmer weather.

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Oh yes one of Wayne's smoothies is just the trick for itchy throats because of its numbing affects.
Had me a 16oz tumbler with about 4 fingers of the smoothie stuff topped with the topping and mixed together - last night. Al the TV shows looked blurry after awhile.
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What you are only missing as one element of the Texas Boomer's togetherness.

And Earlene's comment:
"This Italian salad and a peanut butter pie are our contributions for the rally dinner tonight. 2.5 pounds of bacon are precooked for tomorrow morning. Now may I go back to bed? This salad is easily 5 or more pounds, by the way."
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No power since 1:30 . Lines down everywhere. Trees are taking a beating.



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Had me a 16oz tumbler with about 4 fingers of the smoothie stuff topped with the topping and mixed together - last night. Al the TV shows looked blurry after awhile. [/QUOTE]

Oh no Herb, you treating the virus too!

Been on phone off and on all morning, duck hunting buddies trying to figure out how to get to the Bayou. Duck hunters love this weather! They almost had me talked into trying to get there till they slipped up and let me know the limit of ducks they got yesterday was 1 limit not a limit for each hunter! Can you believe some hunters will lie!
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Old 12-06-2013, 11:46 AM   #7599
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Names not Herb but:

Hot water, 1.5 oz's Amber Rum, 1 tsp. butter, 1 tsp Honey, stir with a Cinamon stick.

Instant feel better. Have 2 feel even better!
Have enough and not feel anything....

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Well, I'm keyboarded again... with what I'm familiar with. A little stiff, and I still have to program some keys to my liking. Feels good again. Ergo KB retired to the spare stock pile.
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Well, I'm keyboarded again... with what I'm familiar with. A little stiff, and I still have to program some keys to my liking. Feels good again. Ergo KB retired to the spare stock pile.
As opposed the prime stock pile??

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