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Good Morning to everyone!
11/Mar/10 12:03 AM
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well, I can't wake up singing "good morning Sunshine" but a nice "almost Spring" rain is falling - always a nice way to wake up
11/Mar/10 12:04 AM
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good day Debby
11/Mar/10 12:04 AM
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Debby & mymare!
11/Mar/10 12:06 AM
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Across the street, in the park -- in March - the little yellow flowers come - I am starting to look for them as I ride along the road each day -- they are litte and hug the ground - in April - a little blue flower will replace them - then the trees fill up with their leaves and the taller flowers will arrive -- I love it and look forward to it each year.
11/Mar/10 12:13 AM
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Hey Shiela -- the "wet" mid-western people are awake and at it --- I know I live in the Mid West - but it really doesn't feel like the west to me ..... Central USA really doesn't have that romance like sound to it -- need a new term for us -- Around the Lake people
11/Mar/10 12:15 AM
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Flowers and snow... Yep! That's spring!
Mymare, what joy you must have watching in anticipation!
I've got tulips up about an inch. There's hope!
11/Mar/10 12:16 AM
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we really are not beach bums --- the season is to short and the water to cold..... the lake is nasty for "lake affect snow" which really doesn't affect me - as I'm out of that path -- thank you very much. have to reflect on this today
11/Mar/10 12:18 AM
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I agree, Mymare. We are hardly 'West'! Maybe the term was decided upon early in our history before all of the states came into being! Maybe 'Lake States'?
11/Mar/10 12:19 AM
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Yes, my little surprise flowers are - I feel - a special treat to me from the powers above
I try to sneak them into my little patch in the back yard -- but alas -- I must travel to the forest to enjoy them -- and that really is now it sure be
11/Mar/10 12:20 AM
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enjoy your day everyone -- off to put some breakfast on the table for that boy who is now up and about -- then -- I have to dust my horses in the front room (my model horses) that I notice had dust bunnies as riders
11/Mar/10 12:23 AM
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Not a pretty sight, I imagine!
You must have yours trained, Mymare! Mine don't stay on horses... they are all over.
11/Mar/10 12:25 AM
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I can't believe it!!!!! My tulips are still under a blanket of snow!!!!! We have not had any rain yet, but it is in the forecast. Hopefully, when it comes, it will melt this snow!
11/Mar/10 12:29 AM
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Enjoy your day, Mary!
11/Mar/10 12:30 AM
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1:37 Hello to all.

Thought for the Day:

Memory is not so brilliant as hope, but it is more beautiful, and a thousand times more true.
11/Mar/10 12:31 AM
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André - That is a beautiful "thought!"

Have a great day everyone!
11/Mar/10 12:35 AM
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Good morning. Snow on the ground but the walker is in shorts.
11/Mar/10 12:53 AM
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11/Mar/10 1:24 AM
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All my kids' geography books call the states that border the Great Lakes the Great Lakes states. Michigan calls itself the "Great Lakes state" (see the Michigan quarter).

However, the term Midwest is much more popular among the people who live here than Great Lakes States.
11/Mar/10 1:32 AM
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Got a nice big snowfall last night - FINALLY! But lots of my daffodils have taken a hit!
11/Mar/10 1:41 AM
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I don't know what kind of flowers these are but I was instantly reminded of Wordsworth's "The Daffodils" which starts...
"I wandered lonely as a cloud
that floats on high o'er vale and hill,
when all at once I saw a crowd,
a host of golden daffodils..."
11/Mar/10 1:41 AM
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Tried posting yesterday and the site would not let me
Mo - had an idea about your carpet. We used a solution recently for a kitty mishap that my hubby found on-line. White vinegar, baking soda, touch of dish soap and hydrogen peroxide. I thought maybe you could "google" for a remedy.
11/Mar/10 1:44 AM
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Am I in time for 22
11/Mar/10 1:44 AM
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Missed it! Hi Vici.
11/Mar/10 1:45 AM
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Bev - thanks for the poem and the push to
11/Mar/10 1:45 AM
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Hey June Bug! I'm in love with your tiger hug!!!
11/Mar/10 1:45 AM
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This is probably a field of wild mustard, which covers vast areas of California with a yellow sea in the Spring and early Summer!
11/Mar/10 1:49 AM
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Looks like yellow mustard flower to me!
11/Mar/10 1:53 AM
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While Chicagolanders may not feel "midwestern" (I grew up thinking that St. Louis moniker as "Gateway to the West" to be odd, as 2/3 of the country was wset of us), for tens of millions of these citified Easterners, the west starts at the ridge of the Appalachian Mountians. Many More...
11/Mar/10 2:07 AM
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Idyllic picture. A man and his dog alone in nature.
11/Mar/10 2:08 AM
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Brrr... snow last night. My daffodils, like Vici's, have taken a hit. I wish I'd picked a few yesterday. I thought about it, but got busy and forgot.
11/Mar/10 2:30 AM
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Manhattanites believe the West begins on the far side of the Hudson River.
11/Mar/10 2:55 AM
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Good Maen, all! Sunny, balmy weather today. I've been riding my bike to the health club for a double-dose of exercise. I might have overdone it a wee bit Monday, however. Jaime and I rode 10 miles to and from the village for lunch; then I rode my bike to and from the health club (7.2 miles) for my cardio cycling where we did 20 miles!!!
11/Mar/10 2:58 AM
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A spiritual woman was walking through a meadow, meditating on nature. While strolling about, she came upon a field of golden pumpkins. Off, in the far corner of the field stood a majestic, huge oak tree.

She walked over and sat under the oak tree musing on the strange twists in nature which More...
11/Mar/10 2:58 AM
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The correct way to treat a good wine:

Open the bottle to allow it to breathe. If it does not look like it's breathing, you'd better give it mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.

11/Mar/10 2:59 AM
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Excellent point, Jim. I've often thought it strange how many places are referred to as "Out West," and are way EAST of California.
11/Mar/10 3:08 AM
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Barry Manilow sang, but did not write, the song “I Write the Songs”.
11/Mar/10 3:20 AM
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Gooooood Morning, Sudokuland.
11/Mar/10 3:30 AM
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It’s a brand new day.
11/Mar/10 3:31 AM
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Boing, Boing, Boing…
11/Mar/10 3:31 AM
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