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all.
04/Oct/14 12:00 AM
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friends!
Rainy and windy!
Not a pretty day out there. Very dreary!!!
Makes one want to just crawl back under the covers!
04/Oct/14 12:03 AM
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G'day mates.
Here's today's daffynition:
Absolute Pitch: Completely dark.
Here's today's factoid:
Pineapples were such a status symbol in 18th century England that you could rent one for the evening to take to a party.
04/Oct/14 12:06 AM
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everyone, and Boo!

04/Oct/14 12:06 AM
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Sorry, Kathy! It didn't scare my torrents of rain away!
04/Oct/14 12:11 AM
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Shiela, I see our rain from the last 2 days has reached you. Now look out for colder weather.
04/Oct/14 12:14 AM
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I was giving a morning greeting to the cat in today's photo, Shiela.
04/Oct/14 12:14 AM
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sunny but cold, I call 40 cold, have winds also.
04/Oct/14 12:17 AM
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''Because of their great cost they were often not actually eaten, but used as ornamentation at the centerpiece of the table, and were passed on from party to party until the fruit began to rot. If you were not able to grow your own, you could rent a pineapple. The same pineapple would turn up in More...
04/Oct/14 12:17 AM
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I remember during a tour of a Southern plantation, being shown carved pineapples on bedposts, and told the pineapple was a symbol of welcoming for guests, and when the pineapple was taken away, it was time for the guest to leave.
04/Oct/14 12:41 AM
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How diplomatic of your southern folk Keith!! but I do wonder why the pineapple?
04/Oct/14 12:43 AM
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The green eyes from today really go well with the red radishes of yesterday....just the colour scheme for our big football grandfinal on Sunday if you are a rabbito fan!!!
04/Oct/14 12:44 AM
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, y'all! I've got a soft spot for black cats having had a few growing up. Not superstitious about them at all.
04/Oct/14 12:51 AM
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Not sure where or when it started, but pineapples are indeed a sign of welcome in the South, both in plantation days and today. I rather like it .
04/Oct/14 12:53 AM
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And in other eventful news, my new laptop came yesterday afternoon! I'm thankful that my two carpool teens stayed late to work on something for homecoming, because it was delivered at the time I'd normally be picking them up. VERY happy with the new one, so now the set up is in process - reloading programs, configuring, and later, pulling in the backed up Docs.
04/Oct/14 12:56 AM
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Fitting name for a black cat.
04/Oct/14 1:01 AM
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1) B
2) Be
3) Bet
4) Abet
5) Bleat
6) Labret
7) Lambert
8) Atremble

In the today we have Lizzy G, Silvergal, Judy, Kathy, HalT, Canuk Greg , Joyce, June, Sarah More...
04/Oct/14 1:08 AM
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Based on the clue in parentheses, find a four-letter word that can be inserted backwards into the blank to complete a longer word.

Example: di____ve (a defeat)
Answer: dissolve ('A defeat' gives you LOSS, which is placed backwards in the blank: di_SSOL_ve.)


1. pi____le More...
04/Oct/14 1:10 AM
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Boo, you are one cute cat. Love your green eyes.
04/Oct/14 1:16 AM
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Lookie here.
04/Oct/14 1:34 AM
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Gallump.
04/Oct/14 1:34 AM
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04/Oct/14 1:34 AM
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And, he gallumps into 22!
04/Oct/14 1:43 AM
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Good morning to all, and Boo who?
04/Oct/14 1:44 AM
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Another bat for my collection! Thanks, Serena!

Speaking of the kitchen.....we are moving the old furniture back in. I keep saying , ''We will need to replace this'' and, ''We will need to replace that''. Hubby has taken eye-rolling to a new level.
04/Oct/14 1:48 AM
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everyone!!!
04/Oct/14 2:18 AM
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I have taken my lunch and ''Serena puzzle'' break. Back to kitchen work. The good news is the empty boxes are piling up!
04/Oct/14 2:48 AM
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Kathy, you have bats in your new kitchen?
04/Oct/14 4:26 AM
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1.43
04/Oct/14 5:08 AM
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Not too long now (17mins) til knock off time.....then the trip home with all the holiday makers, not a good thought
04/Oct/14 5:43 AM
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You know it is going to be a wonderful weekend when your boss texts you at 10:15 am Friday and says 'I will meet with you at 11:30 Monday.'
04/Oct/14 5:48 AM
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Morning all,my cat used to look like Boo now she is reddish brown . It seems we have to give her more red meat and dairy food to get her colour back.
04/Oct/14 7:00 AM
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Expecting our older daughter and one of her high school friends shortly. They're in town for the wedding of the daughter of another high school friend.
04/Oct/14 9:09 AM
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Good Morning.
Think we just skipped Spring and jumped straight into Summer on this side of the pond.
04/Oct/14 9:15 AM
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Long weekend in Oz this weekend for the Labour Day holiday on Monday. Also the end of the school holidays, and if you live in Bathurst the beginning of race week for the V8's. The sun is shining, and it is a beautiful day.
04/Oct/14 10:25 AM
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Your not wrong there Broni, its going to be a long hot summer. We sure could do with a heap more rain than we got this morning (just enough to make the windscreen spotty!)
04/Oct/14 10:28 AM
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Have you left home for the week Nan? The race must be good for the community but it must surely bring its share of headaches too
04/Oct/14 10:31 AM
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Locals usually 'hibernate' from about Wednesday on - unfortunately I have to work until Thursday, but then I'm off to Adelaide for an all singing all dancing 4 day weekend!
04/Oct/14 10:35 AM
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I can see the relationship between Kayo's 'party pineapple' factoid and the South's 'pineapple welcome'.

All it took was for an English immigrant to say, 'My great gran use to put a pineapple on the table at partys to welcome people' and the local replied, 'Why, m'dear what a great idea'. And so it came to be.........
04/Oct/14 11:12 AM
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Would that English immigrant have been you, Peter?
04/Oct/14 11:24 AM
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