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#45196 jerseyangel

 
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Posted 04 February 2011 - 12:13 PM

Oh, we will meet someday, mark my words! Y'all are on my bucket list ;) Forgot to add Boston. I nay'd that one but am regretting a bit. Hub's didn't want the Maine one, so after I found a good neighborhood, good school and fabulous house, he decided not to post for it :rolleyes:

Gee, Boston would have worked too.....well living in the New York City area is pretty cool ;) And if Philly come up, I'm there a couple weekends a month at least.

Just sayin.... B)
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Posted 04 February 2011 - 12:15 PM

Halloooooo, Raye-chull! We have missed you here. .. . . .... . . please come by more often! :)


Fab. I had a low tire (ok, completely flat) from a furniture leg. http://www.tablelegs...html?cPath=9_38


:huh: Um...... . . Jeez, two questions, at least to start with.. .. . . .... . when would anyone ever need one of these add-on furniture legs? Doesn't most of one's furniture have, um.. . .enough legs? Like, four, usually. . . ...?
What would ever possess an individual to add yet another leg to his/her table, armoir, chair? Man, that ol' desk o' mine looks like it just needs somethin. . . ...... . . .not a coat of paint... .. ...not new handles.. . . .. HEY! ANOTHER LEG! That's the ticket! Perhaps TWO new legs. . . ..... . it'll be a whole new piece of furniture, and could perhaps just change my whole life!

And, uh, question number two - - Jyess, strange and rare as these add-on appendages must be, how in hell did you manage to not just find one, but RUN INTO it with your car?? :huh:

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Posted 04 February 2011 - 12:21 PM

Halloooooo, Raye-chull! We have missed you here. .. . . .... . . please come by more often! :)




:huh: Um...... . . Jeez, two questions, at least to start with.. .. . . .... . when would anyone ever need one of these add-on furniture legs? Doesn't most of one's furniture have, um.. . .enough legs? Like, four, usually. . . ...?
What would ever possess an individual to add yet another leg to his/her table, armoir, chair? Man, that ol' desk o' mine looks like it just needs somethin. . . ...... . . .not a coat of paint... .. ...not new handles.. . . .. HEY! ANOTHER LEG! That's the ticket! Perhaps TWO new legs. . . ..... . it'll be a whole new piece of furniture, and could perhaps just change my whole life!

And, uh, question number two - - Jyess, strange and rare as these add-on appendages must be, how in hell did you manage to not just find one, but RUN INTO it with your car?? :huh:

:lol:

Hi Em. So nice to read you again, luv. You're still just as silly as ever :D I don't why, but this whole post just had me picturing the "three-legged jeans" spoof on Saturday Night live :lol:
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Posted 04 February 2011 - 12:49 PM

? Missed you guys :D


Well hell Rachel!!! No need to miss us!!! You know where to find us . . . every friggin' day!!! :lol:

Gosh how I've missed talking to you guys...sigh.


Yeah . . . like I said . . . :P


I vote for Maine . . . who ever is lookin' . . . at least in the summer!! It was GoreJuss!!!


Every time hubby has anyone talking to him about transfering (I don't think he'll leave this company voluntarily), we look at houses we could afford. I don't think we'll ever leave the midwest. We can't afford this house in any other part of the country.
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Posted 04 February 2011 - 12:55 PM

I was hoping he'd be asked to relocate to Portland and even secretly wishing his company would open an office in Canada, but no such luck.

Are you guys hoping for a transfer?

Portland Oregon? That's (about) where I am!!

He's hoping for a transfer. I am not. He wants to post for a promotion. That would entail moving, and I'm the one holding him back...


Gee, Boston would have worked too.....well living in the New York City area is pretty cool ;) And if Philly come up, I'm there a couple weekends a month at least.

Just sayin.... B)

GTK ;)

:huh: Um...... . . Jeez, two questions, at least to start with.. .. . . .... . when would anyone ever need one of these add-on furniture legs?


I need a new one pher my ottoman. Darned leg just busted right off and Gorilla Glue just isn't doin it's job!
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Posted 04 February 2011 - 01:16 PM

Maybe we could all move to Maine! Take it over. Make it the gluten free homeland! I'ld suggest you all move here to Kansas but it would take too much money to detox it from wheat.
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Posted 04 February 2011 - 01:18 PM

Maybe we could all move to Maine! Take it over. Make it the gluten free homeland!

I'm in--most of our stuff is still in storage from the last move so it'll be easy :P
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Posted 04 February 2011 - 02:48 PM

I'ld suggest you all move here to Kansas but it would take too much money to detox it from wheat.


Yup, that would be a main concern up here in WWC - - World Wheat Central.. . .......
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Posted 04 February 2011 - 05:20 PM

Well, already in CT so I'm kinda ....near.... Maine. I'm down for Psillytown!!

Oh my God New Englanders are stupid. So my job is a company that sells cars at auction, and 80% of them are totalled cars from insurance companies right? Which means that when the weather is bad we are very, very busy. And these FREAKIN vehicles owners and these FREAKIN insurance people keep calling us to ask why we haven't been picking up cars!! Could it be that we have the same number of drivers but more than twice as many cars as in the summer? Or could it be that it WONT STOP SNOWING!!!!!
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Posted 04 February 2011 - 06:48 PM

Well, already in CT so I'm kinda ....near.... Maine. I'm down for Psillytown!!

Oh my God New Englanders are stupid. So my job is a company that sells cars at auction, and 80% of them are totalled cars from insurance companies right? Which means that when the weather is bad we are very, very busy. And these FREAKIN vehicles owners and these FREAKIN insurance people keep calling us to ask why we haven't been picking up cars!! Could it be that we have the same number of drivers but more than twice as many cars as in the summer? Or could it be that it WONT STOP SNOWING!!!!!


Do what I would do if these were my kids. In your best mom or teacher voice, " and why do you think that is? Can you think of any reason the car might not be picked up?". Probably can't do that. Just be super sweet and nice. I used to work in No Cal and would put on a southern voice and be all apologetic and explain why those bad lawyers couldn't have what they wanted. A couple of them told my employee I made them feel really bad and evil. ;)
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Posted 05 February 2011 - 05:35 AM

Maybe we could all move to Maine! Take it over. Make it the gluten free homeland! I'ld suggest you all move here to Kansas but it would take too much money to detox it from wheat.


Awww geez, people. <_<


Maine? :huh:


Really? :unsure:


If When I move, it's going to be south, like North or South Carolina.


If it snows there, it won't hang around for long. ;)
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Posted 05 February 2011 - 05:51 AM

Every time hubby has anyone talking to him about transfering (I don't think he'll leave this company voluntarily), we look at houses we could afford. I don't think we'll ever leave the midwest. We can't afford this house in any other part of the country.



This is true. But we don't need as big a house, anymore.


Oh, and if Italy ever came up as a possibility, I could consider it. :) What's the weather like, there?


DD made an effort on the driveway, trying to break up a path to our cars so we don't fall on our arses. So I picked up some of the pieces of ice, averaging about 10 inches across and about 2 inches thick and was throwing them into our skating rink yard. They landed with a 'THUNK' and slid towards the street. Didn't even make a dent. :o

Before the ice storm hit the snow plows came through our neighborhood and actually put down salt (or whatever it is they use). Unheard of! I was sooo tempted to go out there with a broom and sweep some into our driveway :P But I had the baby, so I lost my opportunity.
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Posted 05 February 2011 - 09:24 AM

If When I move, it's going to be south, like North or South Carolina.
If it snows there, it won't hang around for long. ;)


In my senior years, I'm thinking that I would like to go even further South.....much further.
Jamaica.. . . . . . ....Tortola.... .. . .. . . ...(((((sigh))))))). . . . . .....Aruba.... . ...:dreamyface: . .. . ......just have a small, fully-equipped dwelling ready for us to inhabit from November first through the end of February. . . . . .. . ..
That would be me. Snowbird Extraordinaire... . . . ... . . B)
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Posted 05 February 2011 - 09:31 AM

Speaking of dreams, Jack decided not long ago to start writing down his dreams as soon as he opens his eyes in the morning. I was just in his room putting his clean laundry pile on his bed when I spotted his open notebook on the night table, complete with morning scribblings. I looked at his entry for last night, and it said (I'm paraphrasing):

I was at home but I was also on The Titanic (it was kind of like in our living room), helping evacuate people. I was wearing a very official uniform, way too big for me. A really old man would not get into a lifeboat. . . . ....I began to yell at him, and finally I hit him. It was terrible.....but he got in the lifeboat.
Then I saw my mom washing post-it notes. They were no longer sticky, so she was completely ruining them.
That was all for last night.

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The great are great only because we are on our knees.
--Pierre Joseph Proudhon (1809-1865)

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Posted 05 February 2011 - 11:36 AM

ANNNNNNNND... . . ...THEY'RE OFF!!!!

http://www.yukonquest.com/

Michelle would have just broken out of the gates, as the race began at @11:00 am, just over half an hour ago.. .. . ... . .she started fourth, and wearing bib #4. . . .....a lucky number! :)
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diagnosed type one diabetic 1973
diagnosed celiac winter 2005
diagnosed hypothyroid spring 2006

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11 year-old Son had negative blood panel, but went on gluten-free diet of his own volition to see if his concentration would improve, his temper abate, and his energy level would increase. Miraculous response!

The great are great only because we are on our knees.
--Pierre Joseph Proudhon (1809-1865)




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