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    What's up today - September 17th?

    K9 Owned
    Tue Sep 17, 2013 8:19 am
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    Its pretty darn chilly here this morning - I need to find my fuzzy slippers icon_smile.gif

    I'm going to continue sorting clothes today but this time Don's clothes. It will be a tough project because he isn't much interested in trying things on and even less interested in getting rid of things that he even slightly likes. He slightly likes most of it. icon_lol.gif

    I'll be going to the farmers market looking for peppers, squash and whatever else looks interesting. A trip to the egg lady on the way home. Then back to my desk to continue with the paper purge.

    What are you up to today?
    SarasotaCook
    Tue Sep 17, 2013 9:31 am
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    More gardening. Still lots to do.
    Working tonight, midnights. Errands and boring, a very uneventful day.
    If I have time, a new herb store (fresh herbs); that I am looking forward to.
    Krislady
    Tue Sep 17, 2013 9:34 am
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    Well, I've upgraded from feeling "miserable" to merely "crappy." It's an improvement. icon_smile.gif

    Back to work today, playing catchup. I hate being out, because then I have to figure out how people "helped" me, and, more often than not, fix it. icon_rolleyes.gif

    Hopefully I'll get some stuff done at home this afternoon. Also, I need to make gazpacho while I still have all of the fresh ingredients on hand. Tomatoes are going to be scarce soon. icon_cry.gif
    NoraMarie
    Tue Sep 17, 2013 12:02 pm
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    Went to GrandBend for a few days then my friend and I went across the border. Chicken breast,boneless and skinless for $2.00 lb. I bought 26 of them and a cornbeef. Of course a case of beer to. No problems at the border.
    In the freezer they went except 2 which I'm making Smother Chicken for dinner tonight,my recipe.

    K9,are you freezing your squash? I always did mine for the winter in slices and pre-cooked.

    Are those drapes done yet? icon_lol.gif
    K9 Owned
    Tue Sep 17, 2013 12:08 pm
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    NoraMarie wrote:
    Went to GrandBend for a few days then my friend and I went across the border. Chicken breast,boneless and skinless for $2.00 lb. I bought 26 of them and a cornbeef. Of course a case of beer to. No problems at the border.
    In the freezer they went except 2 which I'm making Smother Chicken for dinner tonight,my recipe.

    K9,are you freezing your squash? I always did mine for the winter in slices and pre-cooked.

    Are those drapes done yet? icon_lol.gif

    wave.gif Nora.
    Yes, I will be freezing most of the squash. We like it as a side dish and we love squash soup so I had planned to freeze some cooked and pureed and some roasted and chunked (or sliced).

    You got a great score in Port Huron!
    BTW.. you need to check in to the Canadian Forum. We are discussing lunch on Friday.

    The drapes are partially done. icon_redface.gif
    I sewed a couple of panels together because dragging 4 panels across the window is a nuisance and I marked the hems. Then I had to put them back up because the sunlight was interfering with Dons enjoyment of some sport or another that he was trying to watch.
    Yeah, I know... more excuses. icon_lol.gif
    Saralaya
    Tue Sep 17, 2013 12:28 pm
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    I ran a few errands this morning....got the rest of what I need to make for holiday dinners this Wed and Thurs and for the Sabbath on Fri night. Went to the post office, drugstore etc now home. Craft project to work on this afternoon.
    Iron Bloomers
    Tue Sep 17, 2013 1:36 pm
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    Happy Home now has it's first flower bed...ring around the ol' mulberry tree (at least I think it's mulberry icon_rolleyes.gif ) Cedar edging, 120lbs of top soil mixed with humus & manure, 6 verigated liropie & 2 rust mums topped with dark brown mulch. Also a big tree stump in the back yard that was hollow is now planted with a bright yellow mum & mulched.
    So Cal Gal
    Tue Sep 17, 2013 4:19 pm
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    This morning I measured and marked the walls above the windows in my studio/study where the curtain rods will be installed, but I think I'll need help actually attaching them to the walls. We'll probably have to use anchors, because our walls are made of some material that crumbles easily under stress, and that's the only way curtain rods will stay in place. Hopefully we can get them up this weekend.

    I think I've done all of the projects in my studio/study that I could do alone, and now I need help with the next few...but once those are done, I should be able to finish the rest of them myself.

    It's a bit cooler today, low 90's instead of high 90's, which is nice.

    And the lawn in the back yard is starting to look long again...

    Have a great rest-of-the-day! icon_cool.gif
    K9 Owned
    Tue Sep 17, 2013 5:05 pm
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    Iron Bloomers wrote:
    Happy Home now has it's first flower bed...ring around the ol' mulberry tree (at least I think it's mulberry icon_rolleyes.gif ) Cedar edging, 120lbs of top soil mixed with humus & manure, 6 verigated liropie & 2 rust mums topped with dark brown mulch. Also a big tree stump in the back yard that was hollow is now planted with a bright yellow mum & mulched.

    That is so cool!
    There hadn't been a speck of landscaping done on the property of my new place and I have been itching to dig in the dirt. The delay has been fencing - as in until its up there is no point digging a bed. It has been a strange summer having no flower gardens. I do have some perennials in containers that I hope will adapt well. The fence is going up in 2 weeks icon_cool.gif
    mums the word
    Tue Sep 17, 2013 8:25 pm
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    NoraMarie wrote:
    Went to GrandBend for a few days then my friend and I went across the border. Chicken breast,boneless and skinless for $2.00 lb. I bought 26 of them and a cornbeef. Of course a case of beer to. No problems at the border.
    In the freezer they went except 2 which I'm making Smother Chicken for dinner tonight,my recipe.

    K9,are you freezing your squash? I always did mine for the winter in slices and pre-cooked.

    Are those drapes done yet? icon_lol.gif


    Love Grandbend and the Oakwood resort! (We stayed there last summer).

    I want to know how you were able to bring meat back across the border - I thought that was a no-no. Or is it that we can't bring meat and fruit into the USA? One time the border confiscated a whack of stuff from my picnic basket - hamburgers, some fruit etc so I know this! I was sort of peeved since they didn't leave us much to eat and we had planned a lovely day out with the little ones! icon_confused.gif

    Anyways, I have been doing more cooking today (muffins, Buffalo chicken pizza) and I cut the lawn.
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