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Old 05-16-2006, 12:40 PM   #471
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David just called... he's coming over to wash clothes today and he's making a pit stop at STARBUCKS on the way. There's a double tall white mocha with my name on it.
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Old 05-16-2006, 12:44 PM   #472
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oooooooooooooh! Lucky girl, pds!

I just got a call from the dentist's office to remind my husband of his Thursday appt, which won't be without some pain. I told the receptionist he did remember, as he'd called his mom and asked her to make his favorite soup on Thursday night, since he won't be able to chew. She chuckled and said "those men - can't take pain, huh? Good thing they don't have to go through childbirth!"
"True!" I said, "or there would be no more babies born!" hee hee
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Old 05-16-2006, 01:27 PM   #473
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I saw the cutest thing earlier this morning. I was walking down the street and noticed that traffic had began to slow down, as I got closer I saw that 2 adult Canadian geese and about 7 fuzzy, little baby geese were crossing the street. By the time they made it across they were close enough that I could have (but of course didn't) touched them. It was totally an "awwwwwww, super cute!" moment! (And me without my camera.)
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Old 05-16-2006, 01:48 PM   #474
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I saw the cutest thing earlier this morning. I was walking down the street and noticed that traffic had began to slow down, as I got closer I saw that 2 adult Canadian geese and about 7 fuzzy, little baby geese were crossing the street. By the time they made it across they were close enough that I could have (but of course didn't) touched them. It was totally an "awwwwwww, super cute!" moment! (And me without my camera.)

Awwww, that must have been something to see! The camera thing ALWAYS happens to me. I never see anything when I have it, but, the day that I don't, there is something I wish I had it to take a picture of
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Old 05-16-2006, 01:53 PM   #475
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Awwww, that must have been something to see! The camera thing ALWAYS happens to me. I never see anything when I have it, but, the day that I don't, there is something I wish I had it to take a picture of
It's funny, I used to always have a little compact digital in my bag, then about a week ago a pop that I was carrying for Tony leaked in my purse and I took everything out. After the purse was cleaned up and dryed I forgot to put the camera back, well not only did I miss the ducks but on Sunday we were out and about and we spotted a restaurant called "Tony's Italian Restaurant". I couldn't believe that I didn't have it (well to be fair he didn't have his camera there either), and I said that we'd have to come back just so he could stand under the sign and I could snap a pic
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Old 05-16-2006, 01:56 PM   #476
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That would be a cute picture, especially for his family to see.
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Old 05-21-2006, 02:52 AM   #477
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Watching Carson eat three deviled egg alves at the birthday party this afternoon..He was so cute..He kept saying ummmmm as he ate..He did pretty well on the cake too

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Cake would make me smile if I could eat itstill dieting!
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Kissing my son goodnight last nighy - and his kiss back and the sweet smell of his hair - nothing better in the world!
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This clip of the man who went into the BBC last week for a job interview and was mistakenly put on camera as a "computer expert". Just watch his face when it dawns on him - and see how he valiantly tries to oblige the interviewer with a comment. Reality TV!! Not only did I smile, I darn well laughed out loud!!

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