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Old 10-26-2013, 04:47 PM   #14341
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I just got back from a walk with the pup. Looking forward to giving her her pill in an hour or so. Hopefully it clears things up immediately. Plus it's always good to get your pets used to taking pills young.
So true. It's good to get them used to all sorts of stuff young.

BTW, make sure there is something for her to drink after that pill.
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Old 10-26-2013, 04:56 PM   #14342
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We had our 29th wedding anniversary yesterday. Just relaxing & lounging today, watching movies & eating popcorn. I feel like baking something but afraid I would sit down & eat it all. Our German girls left this morning, back to potsdam, Germany.
Happy Anniversary, SB and DH of SB! Hope you have a nice, calm day after saying goodbye to your company!
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Old 10-26-2013, 05:01 PM   #14343
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Happy Anniversary, SB and DH of SB! Hope you have a nice, calm day after saying goodbye to your company!
Thank you. Yes, we had a relaxing night, just out for supper then a little shopping for the girls, sad to see them go, it was a fun experience having them here.
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Old 10-26-2013, 05:08 PM   #14344
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I'm getting ready to go to a party. I decided that I will drive, even though it's barely one kilometre away. I usually enjoy being able to drink when I go to this friend's house. But, it's rainy cold. I'm not ready for cold and it's humid. It's the kind of cold that creeps under your clothes. So, I will keep the drinking very limited.

I'm also trying to decide between making pasta with Alfredo sauce or pesto.
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Old 10-26-2013, 05:13 PM   #14345
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I'm getting ready to go to a party. I decided that I will drive, even though it's barely one kilometre away. I usually enjoy being able to drink when I go to this friend's house. But, it's rainy cold. I'm not ready for cold and it's humid. It's the kind of cold that creeps under your clothes. So, I will keep the drinking very limited.

I'm also trying to decide between making pasta with Alfredo sauce or pesto.
A hint of pesto mixed w alfredo is very good too
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Old 10-26-2013, 06:47 PM   #14346
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A hint of pesto mixed w alfredo is very good too
It might well be, but then I would have to make Alfredo and pesto. I decided not to stress, so we scrounged.
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Old 10-26-2013, 07:08 PM   #14347
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I just waved off my best and oldest friend, Bernie (Bernadette) after a really lovely evening.

And here is what we listened to: (anyone who considers themselves as musically well-informed should look away now)

Kirsty McColl
The Eagles
The BeeGees
The Saw Doctors

(I'm sort of assuming the middle two are reasonably well-known on the other side of the pond but maybe not Kirsty or The Saw Doctors?)

It's all gone a bit quiet now.
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Old 10-26-2013, 07:16 PM   #14348
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You guessed that right, Katy. I *think* I've heard of The Saw Doctors... but I couldn't tell you if I actually heard them or not.
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You guessed that right, Katy. I *think* I've heard of The Saw Doctors... but I couldn't tell you if I actually heard them or not.
I meant the flat seems quiet since Bernie left but I get what you mean! Edit: Ah you meant about the bands... not the quietness! LOL

And as if to rub it in "It's All Over Now" (by the Saw Doctors) is playing!

They are an Irish folk/rock band. They tour in America regularly but they are very "small time". (I've seen them live twice and they were fantastic.)
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Old 10-26-2013, 07:24 PM   #14350
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I meant the flat seems quiet since Bernie left but I get what you mean!

And as if to rub it in "It's All Over Now" (by the Saw Doctors) is playing!

They are an Irish folk/rock band. They tour in America regularly but they are very "small time". (I've seen them live twice and they were fantastic.)
Yes, I know. I was referring to this: "I'm sort of assuming the middle two are reasonably well-known on the other side of the pond..."
The middle two are a lot more well known, but I've heard of the one.
We had a music thread here somewhere, you should youtube them and post it up. It was "what are you listening to now" or something...
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