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Sounds good, I will have to work on it this evening.

I want to get to Rochester one day, to the Tastings Restuarant at their one store, they serve gluten free things.

At my Harrisburg store the other day, I inquired about a salad that was in the deli case, and the chef came out and told me it was gluten free and then he told me he just got back from a Celiac Conference and such. Very impressive.

Hopefully one day you will have a Weggies closer to home. Or next time you go to Rochester stop in one of their stores, I hear Danny walks the aisles all the time.


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He has agreed - with one catch. He wants his picture taken with you and Danny Wegman. Chuck's a big fan.

Amanda--how lucky can ya get :D Danny AND Chuck :wub:


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Amanda--how lucky can ya get :D Danny AND Chuck :wub:

LOL---it appears I "get" around huh :):):):) just kidding!


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The whole incident reminds me of a friend who said she could understand why some species eat their young!

mmmm, Carla....

I wouldn't try that with all your food and lyme issues. Heaven only knows what kind of reaction you'd have to 'surly teenager'.

If he hints about staying just tell him to frisk his wookie and be done with it.


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mmmm, Carla....

I wouldn't try that with all your food and lyme issues. Heaven only knows what kind of reaction you'd have to 'surly teenager'.

If he hints about staying just tell him to frisk his wookie and be done with it.

:lol: :lol:

Yeah, now he's tough and unpleasant .... that's why animals eat their young when they're really young! :lol:


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My answer to him is, Great! I'll help you pack! LOL

A girl that I used to work with said for her 18th birthday, her mom gave her luggage . . . just in case you hadn't thought of anything yet.


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A girl that I used to work with said for her 18th birthday, her mom gave her luggage . . . just in case you hadn't thought of anything yet.

:lol: :lol:

That would be a GREAT HS graduation gift ... but his grandfather already gave him some last year ...


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Richard, that is an INCREDIBLE avatar. The bar's been raised, and I can't imagine anyone topping that one. :lol::lol::lol:

Amanda, you could fire off a wedding invitation to Danny, and then your photographer can take a professional shot of Chuck with him. In fact, why don't we approach Danny for a corporate involvement in the parade?! Yes...we could advertise for them (large Wegman's float, perhaps, which he would be riding, with Chuck alongside)...Does Wegman's sell machine guns? We can give them that business, as well.

We haven't got Weggie's up here. Just a poor Canadian box-store attempt, Zellers. Now that our dollar is above par, I must try to get down there and find me a close Wegman's.

Carla, tell your son to get in this parade. A surly teenager can only come out of this endeavor a different, better person--he can measure the yeti's inseam, as apparently I may risk...exciting him... :o:lol:


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A surly teenager can only come out of this endeavor a different, better person--he can measure the yeti's inseam, as apparently I may risk...exciting him... :o:lol:

I was brain-herxing yesterday so humor was not on the program ... wth is a yeti? If it's anything like a Wookie, my son has a job!


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OH Richard!!!!!

Your are a master avatareur!!

:lol::lol::lol:

In my vast photograhic experience, I have found that nothing "makes" a picture quite like a little Chuck Norris. B)

'Manda - No thanks necessary, please just accept this a an early wedding gift. I'm sure Chuck will understand. I'm sending the doubles to him. :)


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mmmm, Carla....

I wouldn't try that with all your food and lyme issues. Heaven only knows what kind of reaction you'd have to 'surly teenager'.

If he hints about staying just tell him to frisk his wookie and be done with it.

If he's not sure where to go, tell him to let the yeti lead.


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:lol: :lol:

That would be a GREAT HS graduation gift ... but his grandfather already gave him some last year ...

How about a change of address card from the USPS? Cards are always nice. It's the thought that counts :rolleyes::P


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How about a change of address card from the USPS? Cards are always nice. It's the thought that counts :rolleyes::P

:lol::lol::lol:


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Oh, this is confusing . . . I thought Richard's post was from Amanda!!!! :lol::lol::lol:

I'm going to have to pay closer attention and actually READ names! :lol:


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How about a change of address card from the USPS? Cards are always nice. It's the thought that counts :rolleyes::P

:lol: :lol: :lol:


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Susan did an interpretive dance

Until the yeti lead with his prance

She was immediately enamored

With the yeti's malodour

Enough to put down her wine glass!

Tom brought the Yeti to wash

But alas he was too big to squash

Into the bathtub, Tom tugged and tugged

And settled on perfume so posh.

Light wanted to braid the yeti's fur

With seashells that would make yeti purr

He still was quite smelly

As Tom didn't wash his belly

So light bathed him in balsam fir.

NICE AVATAR SUSIE! And TOM! And Richard....

The yeti held Chuck in his arms

Protecting all of his manly charms

Till Chuck round-housed kicked

The yeti through a wall of brick

Now the Yeti lets Chuck lead without harm.

BEV oh my LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOORD :lol:

And yes *glances around* I am slacking off on science. I'm SUPPOSED to be doing a quiz... BUT!!! yeah.

But LOOK how you are developing your creative and wacky imaginary skills here, with us!!!!! WHERE ELSE will you get to braid seashells into the stinky yeti's hair!!!!!!!! :P

mmmm, Carla....

I wouldn't try that with all your food and lyme issues. Heaven only knows what kind of reaction you'd have to 'surly teenager'.

If he hints about staying just tell him to frisk his wookie and be done with it.

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Yes...we could advertise for them (large Wegman's float, perhaps, which he would be riding, with Chuck alongside)...Does Wegman's sell machine guns? We can give them that business, as well.

oh dear gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaawd :lol:

RICHARD!!!!!!!!!!!

you are KILLING me......master Avateur indeed!!!!!!!!!! :lol:


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RICHARD!!!!!!!!!!!

you are KILLING me......master Avateur indeed!!!!!!!!!! :lol:

:ph34r:guilty of having too much time on my hands :ph34r:

I could set up an appointment for you and Chuck to get together if you're interested :huh:

BTW are you channeling Munkustrap in your avatar? There is something very familiar about the pose...


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Rarely am I at a loss for words, but Richard, your avatar design skills do, in fact, leave me speechless. However, it is becomig surreal--I, as well, think Amanda is posting when it is you. So NOW we must remain witty AND keep an eye on who is saying what, and it could be a trick!.....owwwww, my little brain....


Emily

diagnosed type one diabetic 1973

diagnosed celiac winter 2005

diagnosed hypothyroid spring 2006

But healthy and happy! 253.gif

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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I was brain-herxing yesterday so humor was not on the program ... wth is a yeti? If it's anything like a Wookie, my son has a job!

Carla! Your herx must have been dragging on...the yeti's been around for many pages. I cannot even begin to summarize for you his raison d'etre in our parade. You must go back and read. Go on...go...Let the Yeti Lead...


Emily

diagnosed type one diabetic 1973

diagnosed celiac winter 2005

diagnosed hypothyroid spring 2006

But healthy and happy! 253.gif

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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In my vast photograhic experience, I have found that nothing "makes" a picture quite like a little Chuck Norris. B)

'Manda - No thanks necessary, please just accept this a an early wedding gift. I'm sure Chuck will understand. I'm sending the doubles to him. :)

I LOVE the avatar, I just got back from lunch :):) This and the photo's from my office bridal party that just came through the email have me laughing like crazy.


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BTW are you channeling Munkustrap in your avatar? There is something very familiar about the pose...

:huh: Munkustrap - ? please clarify. I was channeling my Native American other self, nicknamed (by my friends at the tasting room) Crazy White Girl Dancing. thank you veddy much. ;)

However, it is becomig surreal--I, as well, think Amanda is posting when it is you. So NOW we must remain witty AND keep an eye on who is saying what, and it could be a trick!.....owwwww, my little brain....

'tis indeed so! confusing and tricky, we must be quite astute now to keep up...........

and I MUST get on with productive things today, and STEP AWAY from this evil vortex...............


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:huh: Munkustrap - ? please clarify. I was channeling my Native American other self, nicknamed (by my friends at the tasting room) Crazy White Girl Dancing. thank you veddy much. ;)

Munkustrap

and I MUST get on with productive things today, and STEP AWAY from this evil vortex...............

GOOD LUCK!


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Carla! Your herx must have been dragging on...the yeti's been around for many pages. I cannot even begin to summarize for you his raison d'etre in our parade. You must go back and read. Go on...go...Let the Yeti Lead...

Now he's impersonating Susie!


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OH MY LORD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

is that....it looks like Chuck Norris mated w/ a yeti and that is their SPAWN practically suckling on my teat????????????????????????????????????

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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