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So. How'd it go? (Thanksgiving)
#11
RE: So. How'd it go? (Thanksgiving)
I do not celebrate holidays. So it was just me sitting in front of my computer watching Marvel's Jessica Jones.
“The man who can't visualize a horse galloping on a tomato is an idiot.”
~ André Breton
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#12
RE: So. How'd it go? (Thanksgiving)
Quote:"That's stupid! I can hop on one foot without anybody's help!" (she then went and hopped around the house on one foot)

That kid has possibilities.
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#13
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(November 26, 2015 at 8:00 pm)Judi Lynn Wrote: I made dinner with the help of one child. He washed dishes and helped with the food while my other half and youngest son went hunting. They came back late, ate then promptly fell asleep leaving me to wash up dishes and try to figure out where all the leftovers are going. No apologies from either. I am done.

I am not doing one fucking thing for anyone for christmas because no one in my house apparently gives enough of a crap to bother to pitch in and help out unless I scream and beg. So.... I'm not exerting any more of my time or energy on people who don't give a rats ass.

They really should realize they have someone to be thankful for, and you can tell them I said it.

GC
God loves those who believe and those who do not and the same goes for me, you have no choice in this matter. That puts the matter of total free will to rest.
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#14
RE: So. How'd it go? (Thanksgiving)
Was great as always plenty of family, food, good conversation and teaching opportunities for the young ones, thanks for asking Thena323.

GC
God loves those who believe and those who do not and the same goes for me, you have no choice in this matter. That puts the matter of total free will to rest.
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#15
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It will fall on deaf ears, like it always does. Maybe when I'm gone I'll be appreciated. Until then, I'm not holding my breath.
Disclaimer: I am only responsible for what I say, not what you choose to understand. 
(November 14, 2018 at 8:57 pm)The Valkyrie Wrote: Have a good day at work.  If we ever meet in a professional setting, let me answer your question now.  Yes, I DO want fries with that.
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#16
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(November 26, 2015 at 11:50 pm)Godschild Wrote: Was great as always plenty of family, food, good conversation and teaching opportunities for the young ones, thanks for asking Thena323.

GC

Glad to hear you had a great time with your loved ones, GC.  
You forgot my pie though, didn't you? 

No worries. There's still Christmas! Smile
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#17
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Yum. That's how it went.
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#18
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Went out to move leaves around, played havic with the arthritis in my back other than that a very quiet holiday.

At my age I shouldn't be running around with a back pack leaf blower playing in the leaves.

I'm up now at my computer because I'm having trouble sleeping - too many dreams, not bad ones just enough to wake me..
Robert
Today is the best day of my life and tomorrow will be even better.

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#19
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I get a bit stressed out on Holidays, so I occasionally envy Kitan, but my parents are 20 minutes away. So I'm not in a position not to attend Thanksgiving.

It went OK, tonight. Turkey, green beans, potato casserole, cranberry sauce, a roll, shoe fly pie. Two rowdy kids and my mother, wholoves kids and gets rowdy around them. Good adult company, though.
"For me, it is far better to grasp the Universe as it really is than to persist in delusion, however satisfying and reassuring." - Carl Sagan
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(November 27, 2015 at 12:43 am)c172 Wrote: I get a bit stressed out on Holidays, so I occasionally envy Kitan, but my parents are 20 minutes away. So I'm not in a position not to attend Thanksgiving.

It went OK, tonight. Turkey, green beans, potato casserole, cranberry sauce, a roll, shoe fly pie. Two rowdy kids and my mother, wholoves kids and gets rowdy around them. Good adult company, though.
 
You're the first person I've heard mention shoe fly pie in a while.
And shoe fly pie is excellent.
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