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Our poor dear Powder, I miss him too. :(
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Har, at Josh's comment. I'd say something eluding to "out of the mouths of babes" but as I have to look up to look him in the eyes these days, I'll just say "Way to go, Josh!". Are award winning driveway is such a magnet.
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And as usual, nice blog entry!
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This is one of those embarrassing and humbling things that start to happen once one gets on the dark side of 50. Remind as you will, my dear, you’ll be here soon. :)
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It seems much more fun when I read the blog than when I was making the sushi (or whatever it is supposed to be called). For the record each sushi roll was custom designed by the receiving child. And the wasabi was not a big win in the under 18 age group but the caviar seemed better received by all. Nice pics and blog entry, Dear! PS, no one liked the sweet saki on the sushi. Scratch that one off the shopping list.
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Nov 7, 2010
It never ceases to amaze me how THEY know when I'm gone. Really? A cheapo alarm clock sits in my drawer for months doing nothing but waiting for me to cross the international date line? Really? Oh well, Just wish they wouldn't take it out on Susan. Sorry Dear! Sure looks like the kids had fun at the Fall Fest, sorry I missed it (again). :( Nice BLOG, hope pics go well today.
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While I have lived many years with two armless daughters they still amaze me with what they can accomplish when faced with a situation. I hand them a 22 caliber pistol and they figure out how to shoot it. With ever so little help from dad.
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I never heard (or have forgotten) the cat Grandma story of how you ended up with Shasta. Very Funny....er.....I mean, how terrible of you to put your mother through that. ;)
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That would be "Chocolate" eggs.
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Now if we could only get the dry ice folks and the Kinder Egg folks to chat a little, we could have kocklet eggs year round.
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Glad the chicks arrived all in one piece. To be honest Josh did shake ever so slightly when I told him to sit still but he did well. Upgraded vase next time, I promise. ;) Very nice blog, see you in a coupe days when we can eat animal flesh and sea insects together, YUM!
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Looks like everyone had a great time, especially Isaiah. Can't wait for the tarantula blog!
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I love the table rules and of course pig'd out at the big lunch. ;)
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Man sale, Indeed! This is what I get for fixing the alarm system so it can actually dial the alarm company. It was broken for months and silent as a church mouse. But had we had a fire, don't even want to think about it. Ah Corin the great white hunter.
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Leaving tomorrow with fear and in trepidation at what The House has in store during my absence. For the first time everything from my "before I leave" to do list is complete. Scary!!
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Oh, and Josh is right, the unlimited drink bands were the best investment ever!
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Since Father considers himself one of the "big kids" even if we had a camera with us it is hard to take a steady photo while doing the Mamba or the Boomerang. It was all I could do to keep Abbi in her seat while trying to looking confident and calm. AAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!
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And their definition of a year's supply is guaranteed to be not enough.
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I wondered where that piece of mail went. A year's worth of coffee is worth a lot of money around here!
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You always say you need a shower after cleaning the kennels now you can save time doing both at once. On second thought, I'll fix the hose. On my todo list now.
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Oops, can't imagine how that happened. Sorry
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I'm still trying to figure out if I have 300 yards of hose. Maybe...Maybe...
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Aug 13, 2010