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Old 02-28-2012, 08:59 AM   #2031
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Beautifl pics. Beautiful quilt work. Better than I can even dream of accomplishing.

those deer, a beautiful sight. the vibrant hued hibiscus quilt, a beautiful sight. you'e got it going on indoors and out, soma....
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Old 02-28-2012, 09:05 AM   #2032
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I just got out of the shower. I have a spray head that has different sprays. You know the kind. Well, one of them is Massage. That thing will pound holds in your body if you stand under it too long. But I love it when I turn the temp of the water up a bit. It is like being out in a hail storm. I just love it.
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Old 02-28-2012, 11:31 AM   #2033
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Sitting here in my pajamas.....drinking apple juice and looking over the forum. Pondering the next project which will be removing a clean-out plug..... but will more than likely involve pulling a toilet to see what the Gkids have flushed to cause major blockage. So, uh.......anyone wanna help??
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Old 02-28-2012, 11:33 AM   #2034
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Finishing my to do list for tomorrow's cooking class I am doing. I am going to do up a tomato sauce for my eggplant parm, which I will assemble and bake tomorrow. I may do a few things tonight to get a jump on things for tomorrow. Off to the cash and carry for a few more things in a few minutes....
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Old 02-28-2012, 11:44 AM   #2035
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Sitting here in my pajamas.....drinking apple juice and looking over the forum. Pondering the next project which will be removing a clean-out plug..... but will more than likely involve pulling a toilet to see what the Gkids have flushed to cause major blockage. So, uh.......anyone wanna help??

I can help by providing my plumber's phone number...
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Old 02-28-2012, 12:29 PM   #2036
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Sitting here in my pajamas.....drinking apple juice and looking over the forum. Pondering the next project which will be removing a clean-out plug..... but will more than likely involve pulling a toilet to see what the Gkids have flushed to cause major blockage. So, uh.......anyone wanna help??

I'll be right there. Five kids, experienced.
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Old 02-28-2012, 01:14 PM   #2037
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I can help by providing my plumber's phone number...
Great idea!! May I use your check book?? I should make my son do the job....it's his kids that caused the problem!!

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I'll be right there. Five kids, experienced.
U2?? 1 daughter (eldest) and 4 sons.....youngest will be 31 in May. 8 Gkids (4 boys 4 girls) and 3 are here in my house. Plumbers nightmare so far.....I fixed the tub drain a few weeks ago. If they plug up the other toilet, I'll dig out a 5gal bucket for them to use......
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Things I have fished out of my toilet drain when my kids were young.
Wash cloth.
Half a roll of toilet paper.
Ghost Buster plastic toy from Mcdonald's Happy Meal
Donatello, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle action figure
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Old 02-28-2012, 02:36 PM   #2039
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Great idea!! May I use your check book?? I should make my son do the job....it's his kids that caused the problem!!



U2?? 1 daughter (eldest) and 4 sons.....youngest will be 31 in May. 8 Gkids (4 boys 4 girls) and 3 are here in my house. Plumbers nightmare so far.....I fixed the tub drain a few weeks ago. If they plug up the other toilet, I'll dig out a 5gal bucket for them to use......
My kids range from 55 down to 40. 17 g'kids and great g'kids. Christmas list just keeps growing. And youngest son is looking to increase his family.
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Just got back from the repair shop with my repaired mixer. Now having a light lunch of hummus, kalamata olives and pita.
Glad you have what is probably your favorite kitchen item back again.
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