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Old 04-05-2007, 10:38 AM   #121
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A cup of ginger tea with honey, it's lovely.
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Old 04-05-2007, 03:53 PM   #122
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Nothing at the moment, getting ready to leave work for a 3 day weekend and will probably conduct a bit more research into rum flavors once I get home and work on finishing up a few projects for school.

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Old 04-05-2007, 07:29 PM   #123
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Gin and soda and enjoying every wonderful moment of it. Went and had a colonoscopy yesterday morning and everything turned out normal even though I had "ifffy--cancerous-like symptoms" that were absolutely driving me mad with depression as I was living overseas. Finally made the decision last week to come home and have the test done. Easy as pie----if I had known how easy a colonoscopy was (at least my doctor believes in making his patiets comfortable so it was easy for me) I would have had this done at age 50 like you are recommended to. To say that I'm savoring life is an understatement..............
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Old 04-05-2007, 08:12 PM   #124
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Toad Hollow chardonney - and enjoying it!
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Old 04-05-2007, 08:23 PM   #125
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I had bought a bag of Seattle's Best Henry's Blend Coffee which I had purchased before and enjoyed but, this time it is VERY bitter-(I cleaned the coffee pot-made sure the measurements were all correct and still bitter).So this morning I got the bright idea (it was 5:45 am) to add pure chocolate extract to the grounds-it was heavenly!!! Like drinking really smooth dark chocolate.Gonna try it again tomorrow!!! Enjoys your beverages!!!Love anad energy, Vicki
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Old 04-05-2007, 10:21 PM   #126
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just some plain old mango ice tea...just perfect.

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Old 04-05-2007, 11:28 PM   #127
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Just had a drinkable banana-strawberry yourt.
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Old 04-06-2007, 12:08 AM   #128
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I had bought a bag of Seattle's Best Henry's Blend Coffee which I had purchased before and enjoyed but, this time it is VERY bitter-(I cleaned the coffee pot-made sure the measurements were all correct and still bitter).So this morning I got the bright idea (it was 5:45 am) to add pure chocolate extract to the grounds-it was heavenly!!! Like drinking really smooth dark chocolate.Gonna try it again tomorrow!!! Enjoys your beverages!!!Love anad energy, Vicki
Vicki - That's one of my favorite coffee's other than what you can get freshly roasted around here. I found it this time not quite as strong as the last time. It's a pretty good coffee - I hate it was bitter for you. Pure chocolate extract added to the grounds? Now, what time is coffee in the morning? Sounds wonderful!
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Are you having the buffet or something? Surely you are not drinking all of those right now.....are you? What are you drinking NOW - if you ARE having the buffet I'll be right over!

Boozehounds, all of ya!!! LoL

Moi: Pear Juice .. I'm thirsty and don't feel like drinking water.
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Old 04-06-2007, 07:20 AM   #130
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Vicki - That's one of my favorite coffee's other than what you can get freshly roasted around here. I found it this time not quite as strong as the last time. It's a pretty good coffee - I hate it was bitter for you. Pure chocolate extract added to the grounds? Now, what time is coffee in the morning? Sounds wonderful!
I got a late start this morning so the coffee is brewing now and it smells terrific- should I pour you a mug??? How fast do you think Fedx can get it to you??!!! Love and energy, VIcki
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