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    Karen Elizabeth
    Tue Aug 28, 2012 9:52 am
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    Tomorrow is another day

    You're going to have to do it anyway so you may as well be happy about it (taking my son to school over some 14 years and he hated every day of it, lol!!!)

    bring me more sacrifice (ok, thats more a favourite movie saying, lol)

    Don't worry, be happy

    I love you (pets, children, parents, plants, spouses .... maybe not so much spouses icon_wink.gif )


    One day at a time

    When in doubt ....... (sort of depends on the situation icon_wink.gif )

    Your mothers quite nice .... family joke that started with an advert for KFC (at least, I think it was KFC!!) and developed into a catchphrase that generally has us giggling like idiots, has to be said in a certain tone of voice icon_smile.gif

    oy vey!!!

    I'm sure there are lots more, the children could probably tell you, ha ha!!!



    what are some of your favourite phrases?
    Trinkets
    Tue Aug 28, 2012 10:13 am
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    what you don't know, you don't know (my friend, MaryStuart McKenzie)
    Bless your heart (what it REALLY means)
    motivated seller (come on, really? what seller is NOT)
    sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don't
    I cried because I had no shoes until I saw a man with no feet
    I am Woman!
    Oy vey!
    Basta Magoula! (that's my curse word; I tell people it's Italian and for me the translation changes to fit my mood! LOL, makes ME feel better. Have no idea if it is a real word/phrase icon_smile.gif)


    Right now all schools, banks, etc. are closed where I live because of Isaac (either tropical storm, a breeze, or hurricane) so I'm baking banana bread, cleaned out the refrigerator, and thinking about what's next.
    What do you do when you find yourself stuck at home like me?
    Karen Elizabeth
    Tue Aug 28, 2012 10:31 am
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    Trinks!!!! wave.gif

    Basta Magoula! I love it!!!

    ha ha ha motivated seller, I know!!!!

    Gee, hoping it'll be a breeze, Trinks ....

    and me ... I'd be doing the same, plus I'd start on bedroom cupboards, and I'd turn out the lower cupboards of the ' china cabinet ', do the pantry ...... that would take me several weeks ......
    I also liked what you don't know, you don't know, classic!!! I liked them all, actually icon_smile.gif



    what kinds of weather do you like, and what dont you like?
    Junebug
    Tue Aug 28, 2012 11:37 pm
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    I don't like really cold weather
    I don't like weather that causes icy roads
    I don't like high humidity
    I don't like weather 90's & above (common in our summer months)
    I do like chilly days for Christmas shopping

    I do love sunshine
    I love a wonderful spring day with all the new flowers beginning to bloom
    I love a warm sunny day at a beautiful beach
    I like weather in the 70's for doing yard work
    I love a night with a full moon (especially if I get to go on a ride around the lake to see it!)
    I like snow so the kids can play in it (rare in my part of Texas)

    Please list any number of ways you would entertain houseguests staying with you for 3 - 5 days
    Trinkets
    Fri Sep 07, 2012 11:30 am
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    Well, that's usually when we invite some of our local friends over for dinner to meet our out-of-town friends. It's always nice to have our friends meet each other to put names to faces.
    Then we would usually go into New Orleans for a day and a dinner, stroll through the French Quarter and try not to get murdered sort of thing
    Drive over to the Coast and perhaps take in a show at a casino or take the ferry over to an island for a day on the beach
    fish in our pond and cook up a fish feast
    stroll through the woods
    late nights on the front porch with good wine
    brunch and watch a Saints game
    Always good food and wine!

    How would you like to be treated as someone's guest for 3 days?
    Junebug
    Fri Sep 07, 2012 11:57 pm
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    Hmmm...I'm pretty easy going

    I'm happy just being with my friends/family

    A glass of wine and conversation

    Adding some cheeses to it couldn't hurt!

    If they want to go out, I'm good with that

    If they want to see a play, movie concert, etc. that would be great too!

    If I'm somewhere I've never been before I would enjoy seeing the area!

    Please list what type of entertainment you like to go to outside of your own home...
    Trinkets
    Wed Sep 12, 2012 7:13 am
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    I used to enjoy going to the movies but haven't wanted to see any new ones lately.
    Love going to plays, expecially Broadway plays
    we have a wonderful community band made up of old and young, love going to hear them.
    fireworks shows
    Christmas concerts
    "holiday" concerts at elementary schools (can you believe they can't say WHICH holiday?! As if we don't know!)
    Saints football games at the Dome...so exciting
    Philharmonic concerts

    What were the last 3-5 gifts you bought?
    Karen Elizabeth
    Wed Sep 12, 2012 11:16 am
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    I need to get a gift for my son, I'm thinking shoes ...
    I gave my friend an emerald green scarf
    I gave another friend a bath/shower/pamper thing
    I gave my daughter a photoframe
    ummm ....

    thats about it recently, as far as Occasion gifts go ....


    a few things you might give a young man in his mid-twenties, not too expensive
    (bearing in mind he's getting shoes, probably icon_wink.gif )
    Trinkets
    Wed Sep 12, 2012 7:19 pm
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    gift cards for coffee shop, movies, i-tunes
    golf balls, tennis balls,
    Memory pillow
    towels
    bath robe
    funky socks
    cologne or manish shower soap
    books
    Bocce ball game
    cookbook
    bottle of wine or 6 pack of imported beer
    key ring
    flash drive
    beef or turkey jerkey
    all-in-one tool
    picture hanging kit with hammer
    pen set
    backgammon set
    alarm clock (I actually got one for a friend's son that jumps off the table and rolls away so he has to get up and chase it to turn it off)
    Polo shirt

    This entire week has been a multi-tasking week for me. What/How do you usually multi-task?
    Junebug
    Sun Sep 16, 2012 8:12 pm
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    It seems like I'm constantly multitasking!

    This weekend I had 8 extra people in my house for the weekend so I was definitely multi-taking. It was my granddaughter's 16th birthday so I also had an extra 6 or so teenage girls who chose to camp in my backyard in a tent!

    I was cooking/baking
    Coordinating time tables
    Supervising table set up, table coverings and table decor
    Taking photographs and too many other things to even mention! icon_rolleyes.gif


    Please list any number of songs that you listen to over and over again
    Trinkets
    Wed Sep 19, 2012 8:02 am
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    Adiago after Marcello, Bach transcription
    Wherever You Will Go
    Lord of the Dance
    The Flower Duet
    They Can't Take That Away
    Silver Bells
    If I Only had a Brain
    Tomorrow


    At the grocery store, forgot your list and you're hungry, what do you grab?
    Karen Elizabeth
    Wed Sep 19, 2012 10:28 am
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    pasta
    tinned tomatoes
    cream
    parmesan
    brie
    corncakes


    I will always be gravitating to the cheese when I'm hungry icon_smile.gif



    whats on your to-do list for October?
    Trinkets
    Wed Sep 19, 2012 6:06 pm
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    Karen: October!? You are too organized!
    But, ok, I'll take a whack at it:
    Going to niece's wedding in Maryland (Suzanne's oldest sister:))
    Christmas shopping
    3 closings, so far (2 are 1st time homebuyers)
    clean out the garage and the barn
    That's it for now.

    What are your favorite cookies? I'm thinking of baking this Christmas.
    Junebug
    Thu Sep 20, 2012 12:57 am
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    Snowball Cookies
    Sugar Cookie Icing
    Chewy Skor Toffee Bits Cookies
    Butterfinger Cookies
    Uncle Bill's Whipped Shortbread Cookies
    Santa Cookies
    Cream Cheese Cut-Out Cookies
    peanut butter cookies
    chocolate chip cookies


    please list any number of side dishes you like for Thanksgiving dinner
    dogloverforever
    Sun Sep 23, 2012 3:05 am
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    mashed potatoes
    macaroni and cheese
    green bean casserole
    stuffing

    What are the top 3 things you like the most about autumn?
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