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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20400 on: Jul 26 07 02:59 »
Hey man, no need to apologize. Totally understand.

  I gotta get off soon too. Kids are hollerin'. It's mayhem and DS is my only outlet. ARGH!
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20401 on: Jul 26 07 03:03 »
Neat Lise!  I was just browsing Deep Cove's website and am loving the scenery and trails.  


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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20402 on: Jul 26 07 08:28 »
Have a good trip to Deep Cove, purelife.  A lot of people love the honey donuts from the shop there but I've never had them (allergic).
 
 What's new with everyone out there?
 
 I did something really stupid today.  It started with a tub of honey mistakenly stored on a tilt in the cupboard.  Needed to clean a layer of honey out of the cupboard.  While I had the bucket and Pine Sol out, I decided to clean the kitchen floor.  Bad idea.  I ended up spreading honey everywhere.  After an additional washing, the kitchen floor is still sticky, but I'm too tired and fed up to wash it again...
 
   
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20403 on: Jul 26 07 08:41 »
back in the city for two days for work then back to the farm. Spent the day out in the heat clearing logs for my cousin's house he's building.  
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20404 on: Jul 27 07 05:46 »
That sounds like hot summer work sports!

  Friday mornings are the best! Off to the airport in a few hours. Have to fly through TO first.

Looks like I missed tenk yesterday...

  I will leave a hug here for him...*HUG*, and someone can tell him to come back to this page and pick it up!


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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20405 on: Jul 27 07 06:12 »
Good morning Devil......I hope you get the chance to enjoy this trip and it's not all work work work.  Keep in touch.

  I seem to have pulled something in my shoulder blades or my neck, (?) and can barely move this morning.  Yeooowwww.  I think today may be a slow day for me.  [img style="CURSOR: pointer" onclick=url(this.src); src="http://www.cheesebuerger.de/images/more/bigs/c020.gif" border=0]
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20406 on: Jul 27 07 06:14 »
Have a good trip Dev.
 
 Ouch P.C.  Sounds like it's time for a massage from Mr Saw.
 
 Good morning everyone!  I'm hugging my coffee cup this morning.  Not quite awake yet.
   
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20407 on: Jul 27 07 06:30 »
Me too with the coffee.  I need a handsome man servant to bring me a second cup.  
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20408 on: Jul 27 07 07:56 »
And I missed Devil....  Have an excellent trip Devil. :))

  Ouch PC... you'll need Mr Sawdust to gently massage that, or apply a soft warm cloth.  Stretching helps too (for a while)

  Morning Lil Me and PC and everyone else.    

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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20409 on: Jul 27 07 08:00 »
Quick hellow here. OMG. Totally beautiful day today. Nice day for some last minute shopping. Got ton of things to do today. Have to prepare for the outing tommorrow. Yay!!

  LOL at the honey story, Lil Me. I just remembered a patient of ours who actually cracked her front central tooth while she was cleaning her cupboard. A spray bottle fell on her gaping mouth and chipped her tooth.

  House cleaning can be dangerous....................
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20410 on: Jul 27 07 08:22 »
 House cleaning can be dangerous....................

 


Does this mean that we could leave it to the boys to do it?

 (morning Lise - can't wait for tonight!!!!!!)


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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20411 on: Jul 27 07 09:00 »
purelife wrote:
 House cleaning can be dangerous....................


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Does this mean that we could leave it to the boys to do it?

 (morning Lise - can't wait for tonight!!!!!!)

 

 Ha! I told my wife when we first started living together that I would clean the toilets and the house. The problem is she wants them cleaned before I think they're dirty, so she ends up cleaning them.

 I figure a toilet could go 3 weeks before it needs cleaning.


 
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20412 on: Jul 27 07 09:04 »
Housecleaning done properly, can kill you.

  There is nothing worse than a sticky floor Lil Me.  Sprinkle some beef bouillon on it, and call the dogs.  Get them to bring all their dog friends.  Then all you have to do is wipe up the slobber.....much easier than honey.

  Mr Sawdust gave several massages last night.  I think I did something when nailing overhead....on a ladder......while holding a 12 foot piece of 2 x 10.....while dodging crap falling off the roof.....while praying I wouldn't fall.

  It IS a beauty day Lise  
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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20413 on: Jul 27 07 09:22 »
Schadenfreude wrote:
purelife wrote:
 House cleaning can be dangerous....................


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Does this mean that we could leave it to the boys to do it?

 (morning Lise - can't wait for tonight!!!!!!)

 

 Ha! I told my wife when we first started living together that I would clean the toilets and the house. The problem is she wants them cleaned before I think they're dirty, so she ends up cleaning them.

 [FONT style="BACKGROUND-COLOR: #ffff80"]I figure a toilet could go 3 weeks before it needs cleaning.[/FONT][/b]

 


 I agree.  3 weeks sounds good.  Do you like vacumming, Schadey?  


 
 

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Re: So... Whats for lunch?
« Reply #20414 on: Jul 27 07 09:45 »
LOL.  Isn't that why people buy the blue 2,000 flushes product?  
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