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Old 01-28-2006, 01:52 PM   #11
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Doing laundry and watching the winter x games. Jayson Hale who competes in SBX (snowboard cross) is going to the Olympics and he is competing in the x games today on NBC. Jayson is from Sierraville, CA which is only 13 miles from where I live. I want to make some cookies, but that might wait until tomorrow. It is supposed to be snowing, but have only seen some small flurries. I need to decide what to have for dinner.

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Old 01-28-2006, 02:33 PM   #12
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Barbara, you may want to do the thing with cinnamon if you are having a problem with B/P. 1/2 tsp a day is supposed to help very much, and that wouldn't be hard to do. Hope you are feeling better shortly.

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Old 01-28-2006, 04:40 PM   #13
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Barbara, take care of yourself...sounds like you have too much to do this weekend. Be good to you!
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skillet chicken topped with creamy white chicken gravy and chili powder, mashed potatoes and salad - chocolate cake topped with vanilla ice cream and chocolate syrup for dessert TALK ABOUT CALORIES!!!
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Old 01-28-2006, 06:38 PM   #15
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Thank you for reminding me about the cinnamon. We will have to try that. We have been without our blood pressure medicine (we both take 2 kinds) for a few days now, but I get paid Tuesday, thank goodness. There has been so much drama at work (with some co-workers who cannot get along with each other), and I don't think that is helping!

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Old 01-28-2006, 07:57 PM   #16
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whew, got in a few minutes ago, since 12:30-1:00-ish. i did so much today. i need a piece of pizza and a drink. such a headache & i'm exhausted, gotta study, though, & then study some more.
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Old 01-28-2006, 11:04 PM   #17
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i worked the overnight, then when i got home i just wanted to play with my boy, so i overrode the need for sleep, and stayed up a while with him. then, since i was still awake, i watched one of my favourite movies, "mrs. brown". judi dench and billy connolly were great in it. i also fed our birds, our cats, and the outdoor cats.
i finally got a few winks, then i got up around 4 and cooked dinner while browsing an old cookbook (emeril's tv dinners) that i found and had forgotten about getting with my cookware. i don't think i've ever looked it over. many good looking recipes.
for dinner, i made oven baked, bbq sauced chicken legs. i forgot if it was jenny or rainee that suggested it, but it came out great. thanks ladies.
i skinned about 20 legs, sprinkled with s&p, broiled them for just a few minutes on each side, then layered them in a baking dish, and covered them with spicy honey bbq sauce, then sealed the dish with foil and baked them at 225 degrees for about 2 hours. occasionally, the were turned in the sauce. they were delicious; tender but not overly gushy (that's why i broiled them first, to get a little texture). even my little guy ate 2.

and now i'm back at work, again. the mouse wheel needs turning...

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