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Old 12-23-2010, 11:04 AM   #31
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I couldn't get into DC last night. Did anyone else have that trouble?

Hubby cooked me a wonderful birthday dinner, and we had a bottle of my favorite Chardonnay, Kendal Jackson, Santa Rosa, Ca.

He knows how much I love shell fish, so he made a starter of fresh crab cocktail in Martini glasses. The main course was a wonderful stir fry with shrimp and lobster, served over steamed Jasmine rice. I felt like a queen.
Thanks for the birthday wishes MsM.
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Old 12-23-2010, 11:07 AM   #32
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I couldn't get into DC last night. Did anyone else have that trouble?

Hubby cooked me a wonderful birthday dinner, and we had a bottle of my favorite Chardonnay, Kendal Jackson, Santa Rosa, Ca.

He knows how much I love shell fish, so he made a starter of fresh crab cocktail in Martini glasses. The main course was a wonderful stir fry with shrimp and lobster, served over steamed Jasmine rice. I felt like a queen.
Thanks for the birthday wishes MsM.
Yes there was an outage last night. There is a thread about it.

I am glad you had a wonderful night Queen Kayelle!! LOL
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Old 12-23-2010, 11:08 AM   #33
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I couldn't get into DC last night. Did anyone else have that trouble?

Hubby cooked me a wonderful birthday dinner, and we had a bottle of my favorite Chardonnay, Kendal Jackson, Santa Rosa, Ca.

He knows how much I love shell fish, so he made a starter of fresh crab cocktail in Martini glasses. The main course was a wonderful stir fry with shrimp and lobster, served over steamed Jasmine rice. I felt like a queen.
Thanks for the birthday wishes MsM.
Happy Belated Birthday, Kayelle! Glad you enjoyed your dinner!
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Old 12-23-2010, 11:49 AM   #34
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Thank you msmofet and pacanis.
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Old 12-23-2010, 12:03 PM   #35
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I couldn't get into DC last night. Did anyone else have that trouble?

Hubby cooked me a wonderful birthday dinner, and we had a bottle of my favorite Chardonnay, Kendal Jackson, Santa Rosa, Ca.

He knows how much I love shell fish, so he made a starter of fresh crab cocktail in Martini glasses. The main course was a wonderful stir fry with shrimp and lobster, served over steamed Jasmine rice. I felt like a queen.
Thanks for the birthday wishes MsM.
Hey! How did I miss your birthday? Happy late one Kayelle! Glad you have a hubby who knows what a treasure he has.
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That does sound like a lovely dinner Kayelle.

Happy belated birthday.
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Old 12-23-2010, 01:31 PM   #37
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It sure does.
Happy belated birthday!
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Old 12-23-2010, 02:30 PM   #38
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Thank you all for the birthday wishes, they are much appreciated.
A very nice present arrived this morning.......the sunis shining. Doing a happy dance!!
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Happy Belated Birthday, Kayelle! Glad you enjoyed your dinner!

i am sorry i missed your special day but sounds like it was a winner, kayelle.
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TSM, Babe!! I hope the sun arrived for you down there today!!
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