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 on: Yesterday at 11:12:45 pm 
Started by CellarDweller - Last post by serious crayons
I've decided to put out a mixed spread.  I'll be making potato skins, "pigs in a blanket", buffalo chicken dip, and buying veggies, cold cuts, some rolls, and sushi


Do  you mind if I check airfare to NJ? I could bring my popular lox,-cream cheese with dill lemon onion caper tortilla rollups.



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 on: Yesterday at 09:55:04 pm 
Started by CellarDweller - Last post by CellarDweller
My second cousin likes Starbuck's coffee (but I don't hold that against him  laugh ), so I decided I would get him and his wife a pound of Starbuck's Holiday Blend. I went into a Starbuck's on Saturday to get it, and I'm glad I did because they were almost out of the Holiday Blend.

Sounds like good timing, Jeff.  I would assume that the Holiday Blend would be pretty popular at this time of year.

Yes, that's what I'm thinking. If weather permits this weekend, I might give it a shot.

I have some shrubs and small trees in lining the front of my house. What I usually do is take three main shrubs, put multicolored lights on the outer two and strands of blue and teal lights on the middle one. I plug them into a long extension cord that wraps around the house (because the outlet is in back) and has a light sensor to turn them on when it gets dark.

If I do it this year, I might just slack off and do one of the shrubs instead of three. But at least I'll be showing some holiday spirit!


Sounds like a plan to me, Katy!   If you're not feeling really into it, just do the one shrub, and be done with it.  It won't take long, and as you said, you'll be showing some holiday spirit!

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 on: Yesterday at 09:50:52 pm 
Started by CellarDweller - Last post by CellarDweller
Hiya BetterMost friends.




Today is my last day of vacation, back to work tomorrow for me.   Oh well, all good things come to an end.

I've finished about 90% of my holiday activities.  I just have to wrap gifts, make my cookies, and have a small holiday gathering.   The gifts will be done as they arrive.  Some have, and others are still out.   The cookie shopping was done today, and the baking process begins tomorrow.

The gathering is happening on Dec. 23rd, and will be about 6 or 7, including me.   I've decided to put out a mixed spread.  I'll be making potato skins, "pigs in a blanket", buffalo chicken dip, and buying veggies, cold cuts, some rolls, and sushi

 4 
 on: Yesterday at 09:39:25 pm 
Started by Ellemeno - Last post by CellarDweller
I take it you found something out that was unpleasant?

 5 
 on: Yesterday at 09:37:32 pm 
Started by Front-Ranger - Last post by CellarDweller
According to Larry, he has to stay for another week.

 6 
 on: Yesterday at 03:15:52 pm 
Started by Front-Ranger - Last post by Jeff Wrangler
I'm sure it must be weird to enjoy an article about how we are destroying the planet, thanks to Exxon, the Koch brothers, et al,, and thus how we are destroying ourselves (I mean humankind), but I always enjoy reading Bill McKibben (Nov. 26).

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 on: Yesterday at 03:14:14 pm 
Started by Front-Ranger - Last post by Jeff Wrangler
Atul Gawande (on doctors and computers, Nov. 12 issue) is good as always.

My father's primary care physician is dealing with just such issues as Gawande discusses.

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 on: Yesterday at 01:09:48 pm 
Started by Front-Ranger - Last post by Front-Ranger
John posted about what caused his emergency surgery. Apparently it's a very serious condition:

https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/abdominal-aortic-aneurysm/symptoms-causes/syc-20350688?fbclid=IwAR0RlgKoaHaLID44rQZIRTCMLpyJ_As649C7iv_GDg_BJJhYMno8BKz_RUE

 9 
 on: Yesterday at 12:10:37 pm 
Started by Ellemeno - Last post by Front-Ranger
He said his name was "Toast" for a reason.  Cry

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 on: December 12, 2018, 11:57:05 pm 
Started by CellarDweller - Last post by serious crayons
It's not too late to put up lights outside, if you want to!  It's 13 days until Christmas....you can just put one or two strands of lights somewhere....in a shurb, or around your door, and you'll be done!


Yes, that's what I'm thinking. If weather permits this weekend, I might give it a shot.

I have some shrubs and small trees in lining the front of my house. What I usually do is take three main shrubs, put multicolored lights on the outer two and strands of blue and teal lights on the middle one. I plug them into a long extension cord that wraps around the house (because the outlet is in back) and has a light sensor to turn them on when it gets dark.

If I do it this year, I might just slack off and do one of the shrubs instead of three. But at least I'll be showing some holiday spirit!



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