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Old 03-01-2008, 06:46 PM   #21
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Very little if anything for us. Today was our monthly "Date Day" and we tried a new (to us) Chinese restaurant for a late lunch buffet. I'm still full. If we're hungry later, we'll see what the refrigerator has to offer. If the fridge is stingy, then we may just HAVE to make some popcorn.
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Old 03-01-2008, 08:10 PM   #22
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Have fun with your grandson Barb! Tonight we will be down south at my daughters state dance competition - dinner is wherever the wind blows us!
Hope your daughter went well MicheleMarie.
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all those dogs and mushers made us hungry, and plus, we needed warmth. we popped into a lovely fish cafe for the catch of the day, dh had halibut, I had crab and gf had salmon. all of us had salads and lots of water but even more REALLY HOT peppermint tea, sheesh, it was cold in Alaska, no wonder those doggies wear booties
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Well, as it turned out, we made a big bowl of popcorn and ate that instead of any "real" meal. It was more than sufficient and we had a great day.
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Old 03-02-2008, 11:37 PM   #25
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last night was sushi at 1:30am, after work.

2 pc maguro, 2 pc, sake, 2 pc hirame, 1 ebi, 1 masago, 1 unagi, 1 hamachi, 1 maguro maki, 1 sake skin temaki, and a salad.

all for $23. not bad for midnight munchies.
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