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everyone!
15/Jan/10 12:00 AM
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Good Morning all. Have a great day.
15/Jan/10 12:01 AM
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Hmmmm - I wonder what is in the basket....?

Good Morning everyone!
15/Jan/10 12:04 AM
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2.21 A lot nicer than my plastic peg basket.



Have a great
15/Jan/10 12:09 AM
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2:06 Looks like platic colored clothespins that are easier to find if they drop into the lawn.
15/Jan/10 12:12 AM
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Gail - plastic peg?
15/Jan/10 12:13 AM
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Gail, is that what it is! I thought it was full of chocolates for a party! Well... hoping it was, anyway!
15/Jan/10 12:13 AM
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How is Starr's hand, Plum?
15/Jan/10 12:14 AM
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Wooden pegs in a plastic basket, not plastic pegs in a wicker basket!
Does that make any sense?

And now, I am really gone. It is past midnight and hubby has an early appt in the morning.

15/Jan/10 12:16 AM
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everyone!!!
15/Jan/10 12:19 AM
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to you,
to you,
dear June!!!
to you!
May your special day be wonderful with a and lots of !
15/Jan/10 12:19 AM
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to you,
to you,
dear AlexaChavin!!!
to you!
May your special day be wonderful with a and lots of !
15/Jan/10 12:20 AM
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I would reccommend watching the link given by Gail who received it from Kathy late on yesterdays page. It is lovely, thank you for sending it to me
15/Jan/10 12:27 AM
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Shiela - you made me stop her from going out the door to school and work so I could check ...

It remains shrunken from its original size and uninfected. The deeper part is still scabbed over, but the outside edge has lost its scabbing.

I'm glad you asked (and I looked) because she More...
15/Jan/10 12:27 AM
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Don't go, Gail! You haven't explained what you mean by "pegs." Here in the USA we don't keep "pegs in a basket." Am I right? Are they clothespins for hanging laundry on a line to dry?
Reread the above ... made me think: Nor do we in the USA keep "pigs in a blanket," but at least here we know what those are ...
15/Jan/10 12:31 AM
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15/Jan/10 12:46 AM
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Good Maen was stuck to the bed sheets thie AM.
15/Jan/10 12:50 AM
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In UK we use clothes pegs to secure washing onto a washing line. 'Laundry' is more, but not completely, associated with dry-cleaning.
In Indonesia, traditionally wet clothes are dried by spreading them across chilli shrubs (ouch).
Never dry clothes on the ground in the tropics. The clothes More...
15/Jan/10 12:58 AM
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Plum: "pigs in a blanket" is some kind of novel non-rhyming slang- visual rather than audio. Nice one.
15/Jan/10 1:00 AM
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I hate to be controversial, but I think that basket contains groceries.
15/Jan/10 1:01 AM
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Thanks for explaining the clothespins/pegs and laundry/washing vocabulary.
15/Jan/10 1:04 AM
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Pigs in a blanket are a favorite party food for kids. Very small sausages are wrapped in a strip of dough then baked, causing the "pig" (the sausage) to look as if it is wrapped in a "blanket" (the bread).
15/Jan/10 1:06 AM
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[adjusting hearing aid]
"What's all this nonsense about 'please take pigs in a whacky biscuit' ?".
Never heard such rubbish in all my life.
15/Jan/10 1:07 AM
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That sounds delicious Plum. I shall try those pigs in blankets - bit cholesterolly but --- I am a child at heart
15/Jan/10 1:09 AM
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Testing 1 2 3, Testing [YS:994_ys_936.jpg]

15/Jan/10 1:18 AM
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Nope, didn't work............
15/Jan/10 1:19 AM
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Pigs-in-a-Blanket??? I'd cut a slit down the side of a hotdog, stuff cheddar or American cheese in the slit, wrap it in refrigerator Crescent roll dough with the ends of the hotdog sticking out each end when my kids were young for my version of "Pigs-in-a-Blanket", Plum. They loved it! I More...
15/Jan/10 1:19 AM
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To: June and AlexaChauvin

TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY! Happy Birthday To Ya…


15/Jan/10 1:21 AM
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"Famous Birthdays" (on either side of the line.)
Today: 14 - Jan - 1941 Faye Dunaway;
14 - Jan - 1938 Jack Jones

Tomorrow: 15 - Jan - 1951 Charo;
15 - Jan - 1909 Gene Krupa

15/Jan/10 1:29 AM
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Sheila - used to do the same with the hotdog and cheese, but whould then wrap that with a strip of half cooked bacon (secured with a toothpick). This was then cooked in oven until dog was done, cheese melted and bacon fully cooked.

15/Jan/10 1:51 AM
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2.28
15/Jan/10 1:54 AM
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The cheese insulates the hot-dog, which cooks quickly, and the bacon is on the outside to roast hot while protecting molten cheese from making too much mess - seems fair Daplap - could be messy - but delicious idea. I'll need to up my anti-cholesterol drug dose!
15/Jan/10 1:59 AM
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Another chilly day in central Ohio. It's supposed to get above freezing, so I need to call my fix-it guy so he can re-caulk whatever he did before to stop the ceiling leak in my foyer.... last time it rained here it was a bit drippy, and with the melting snow I know it will happen again.
15/Jan/10 2:00 AM
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Maen!!
15/Jan/10 2:03 AM
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For the guessing game followers. Who is Bibendum? (happy "surfing")
15/Jan/10 2:15 AM
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1:25 Maen! A tisket, a tasket.
15/Jan/10 2:24 AM
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A cool morning here. 41° F. (5° C.) and “drippy”

Well, I do live in the “Pacific Northwet”.
15/Jan/10 2:25 AM
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Mornin', "up the road neighbor", Dan.
15/Jan/10 2:28 AM
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15/Jan/10 2:36 AM
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Did I do something wrong?
15/Jan/10 2:37 AM
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