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wendydecker

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On a rainy westcoast Saturday, there is nothing better than a hot chocolate with a little marshmallow on top!

Welcome from your friend in Canada, Tricia! Do visit and often!

I know in many areas this weekend, the weather is atrocious with snow, freezing rain and blowing winds. May you all enjoy coming here and sitting by the fire as we have our little chats about the coming springtime and summer too.

Hey, Mags, that was about the shortest message you've ever left here! Hope all is well across the great big sea! How is the weather in Britain these days? Anyhow, let's clink our mugs of hot chocolate and maybe watch a bit of 'telly!.'

Colleen, you've been missed here lately. Sending my thoughts to you and if you drop by, whatever you'd like is my treat today!

Wendy
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Why thank you Mags and Wendy for the wonderful welcome.  I thought I'd pop back in and warm up a bit.

 

You are correct Wendy, the wheather is atrocious this weekend here in Iowa.  We had an inch of freezing rain and about 4 inches of snow on top of it and lots and lots of wind.  I know that wouldn't be to bad except for the fact that it snapped many power lines and trees and many are without electricity.  We lost power for about 24 hours, but my two brothers still have no electricity and they say maybe a week until it's back for them....

Can't even imagine.  I was stircrazy after only 1 day!

 

Anyway, a hot chocolate with marshmallow on top sounds wonderful! I'll be over here by the fire getting warm. Anyone care to join me?

 

Hope all is well in Canada and Britain.  Any other areas of this big round world represented that I missed?

 

Looking forward to Spring and Summer both!

 

Let's see what's on the telly or maybe someone would care to tickle the ivories instead......

 

Cheers,

 

Tricia

Mags

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Hiya,

 

Weather in Birmingham, UK, was fairly sunny where I am, though a little cool when out walking. 

 

I will have to 'gaze' at the hot chocolates with marshmallows on top for I want to    Keep the Image

 

The camera never lies.

 

Perhaps I can lick the top of someone's drink?

 

 

 

 

MaxAndHazelsMom

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And a fine-looking image it is, too!  Congratulations on losing weight, Mags - you look mah-ve-lous, dah-ling.  :)

Barb


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Mags,

Congratulations on the wonderful image!  You are so right, the camera doesn't lie. I had the same revelation last year and I'm also down 30 pounds.  I just thought since this was our happy little place maybe these hot cocoas didn't contain calories!  Wouldn't that be a perfect world? 

 

We're back to more of the same in Iowa. I'm watching big snow flakes being blown very, very quickly past my window. Another blizzard in less than a week. Very little ice this time though and I still have electricity. Very much better this time. 

 

Hope all is well around the world and I'll pop in another time.

 

Tricia

wendydecker

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Hi everyone,
Has anyone looked at the forum listing for visitors here, over 3,000 and yet not many new friends posting. What to do? Any suggestions to simply making the staff here a little busier for their hours tolling in the kitchen making all sorts of goodies each day? Hmmmm.

Maybe another open house?

Mags, I just checked out your new 'image' and have to say you look years and years younger. Congratulations!

Tricia, how is the weather now that the latest storm has passed by? I agree, the thought of losing electricity even for a day is just horrifying as it means flashlights and a really different kind of day which can often be very cold too. I do hope all is well in your end of the country.

Colleen, I do hope you've recovered somewhat after your worries about two of your sweet cats, Atticus and Parker. And of course, good wishes to both of them that they'll be feeling quite well now.

So, today, I'm offering not only the tab for any drinks, but I'm also having a lovely chocolate cake (not one calorie in any of it!) for anyone dropping by.

Hope to see you later on!
Wendy

kelseylen

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Well, I certainly don't need it, but I will partake in the chocolate cake with you, Wendy....But, then, I forgot that you mentioned that there are NO calories in the cake....Then, serve me up two pieces please....

 

It has been quiet in the cafe lately....I don't remember the last time I dropped in.....In the Dallas/Ft Worth area of Texas, it has been a beautiful day today--in the mid 80s, I think....I figure we are experiencing an "Indian summer..."  But, it is nice nonetheless.....

 

I'll sit with you, Wendy, and maybe we can catch up with what's been going on around here....Hope your Dad is doing well these days....

 

I think I'll order up some dessert wine to have with my chocolate cake.....Thanks for picking up the tab today...Maybe some others will join us...

 

In fact, maybe someone will drop in who can play the piano...I absolutely love piano music....

moggie57

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so where is the petloss cafe bar?
is there one in uk?

wendydecker

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Hi Ruth,
I've an idea for a piano player. Let's invite James Blunt!
Now that would fill the Cafe, for sure!

Also, the Cafe is just 'round the corner from wherever you are! To answer that question, it's mobile!!!!

The Cafe is frivolous, wonderful fun and full of friends who relax and often have their coffee's and goodies on someone else's tab, usually Mags! And if a piano player arrives eventually, the room is full of songs and laughter too.

Hope you're all enjoying the weekend. It's still raining here on the Canadian West Coast.
Wendy
Mags

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Welcome Wendy in UK ... no, this Cafe Bar is in Cyberspace.  I'm in UK too, Birmingham, where are you?

 

And Everyone, Barb has recorded a new song, well it might be Barb or it could be Wendy or Colleen or it might be ??? Who knows who did it ... it's only just over a minute of torture (broadband needed) ...    The Silly Song

 

 

tkkfirst

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Oh My, I'm sorry I'm so late in arriving!  I do hope there is still some of that wonderful calorie-free chocolate cake left!  It's been a long week but the weather has been wonderful! A real lift to the spirit finally.
 
Can you believe after those 2 blizzards came through the last 2 days have been 75 and 70? Most of the snow is gone and we're all ready for Spring.
New flowers, new fur babies, a brand new start etc. Oh, wait, that must have just been a teaser, now the temp is back to the 40's. Oh well, it was nice well it lasted......Sigh.
 
How is everyone these days?  Mags, I was unable to hear the silly song. I downloaded it and then everything locked up and I couldn't get it to play. Had to restart and I now know why that orange kitty with the gun is standing guard on the first page!  Gotta love these frustrating machines!
 
Welcome, Wendy from UK. Hope you pop back in soon. 
 
James Blunt playing piano is a wonderful idea. Should really pack the place!
 
Since I'm so late getting here, how about I pick up the tab this time. Everybody splurge!
 
Gotta run, Be back soon. Take care everybody!
 
Tricia
wendydecker

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Hi,
Don't know where the rumour began that Wendy is from the U.K. but this Wendy is living on the West Coast of Canada although I was born in the U.K. and travelled west when a young child to Canada.
If there is a U.K. Wendy hiding somewhere in the Cafe, speak up and I'll treat you to a hot chocolate or perhaps a coffee? My treat!
Anyhow, the place is a little busier. Could it be because everyone is waiting for James Blunt to arrive?????
Oh yes, has anyone heard of K.T. Tunstall and listened to her CD 'Eye to the Telescope?' I heard one of her songs from the CD on the radio and just had to have it! The song is one that you just cannot stop yourself dancing to and I was in my vehicle when I first heard it. Ever tried dancing sitting behind the wheel of a car? I managed, although I don't know how! The song? It's called, 'Black Horse and the Cherry Tree' and if you do have a chance, do give it a listen.
Perhaps someone can manage a computer link for it? My computer skills would not permit such an attempt for that.
My thanks if anyone can manage it! Enjoy, if you can hear it!
I'll have a green tea tonight, I think. Anyone want to join me?
Wendy, not from the U.K. now.
maerlyn

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Wendy, I'll join you - but I'll have my green tea diet and iced, please. :)
Yesterday, the temp here in southern Pennsylvania hit 76 degrees; we had an electrical storm at 1:30 this morning that knocked out the power for 2 hours.  I couldn't run my fan! :(   *Now* the Weather Channel on my computer tells me that there's a Winter Storm Warning in effect for tomorrow, with 3 to 5 inches of snow expected.  Gosh, could I get that lucky??  Still, more thunderstorms tonight. :(  Makes Mordred go into hiding.  I will welcome the snow, make no mistake, but I could do without the lightning tonight.   I think I need chocolate now. . . .
Mags

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Tricia, not sure why The Silly Song wouldn't work for you.  I've just downloaded it and all fine.

Wendy from Canada - if you click on her name, Moggie57 is Wendy from the UK.....

Here is 'Black Horse and the Cherry Tree' with K.T. Tunstall - BUT you need Real Player to view it (she is some groovy chick !)
http://www.rollingstone.com/videos/video/9215710/black_horse__the_cherry_tree_live

and this one -  http://www.kttunstall.com/tunes.php - you can watch with Windows Media Player

wendydecker

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Thanks for the clarification of the origins of the Wendy's visiting the cafe, Mags.
Also, now I can imagine everyone leaving their drinks and rocking to 'Black Horse and A Cherry Tree.' Richard Simmons would approve! Now even calorie loaded chocolate cakes are okay with the workout with KT Tunstall!
Thanks for the link, Mags! Unfortunately, with my clunker of an old Mac, I'm out of luck, however I'll just turn on my CD player to join in!
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Popping in for a refreshing drink ... after a long day.
 
Found One way to change the bedsheets -

Order a new divan bed base

Get up at 8am, strip the bed, prop mattress against wall, dismantle the metal bed base, take that into the front bedroom.

Wait until designated time of delivery between 4-6pm - find out the bed base has still NOT arrived from wherever ?!

Go rather mad at the shop for this small matter.

Go back upstairs ... throw the covers and mattress off the divan base in the front room, carry that into the back room.

Put mattress onto that.

Remake bed with new sheets.

Easy?

Start again the next morning and refuse to pay for the headboard.

wendydecker

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Heck, Mags, I would have just taken the sheets to the store that messed up the delivery and made the bed there!

How's that for feisty? Anyhow, hope it arrives tomorrow.

My day was laundry, laundry and more laundry, the last 3 loads for my dear old dad who is getting close to 94 and a half!

I'll have some lemonade today please and a little bit of banana bread since the laundry made me go a little 'bananas!'

Anyone else here?

Wendy (from Canada, not the UK, even though my e-mail address confuses everyone as uk is in it! Sorry!)
kelseylen

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Hey Wendy.....I'll join you with the lemonade AND bananna bread...YUM....I love bananna bread!!!!
 
I may have to have a dark beer, too...(Like a Shiner Bock--made in Texas or a Guiness Stout--from Germany, I think)....The darker the beer, the better!!!
 
Give your dear old Dad a BIG HUG from Ruth in Texas (and a HUG for you, too, dear friend)!!!
 
I like the idea of sleeping at the bedroom shoppe, too, Mags........Let us know how it goes!!
 
(((((Wendy)))))    (((((Wendy's Dear Old Dad)))))
 
 
Cheers..........Kelsey's Mom  (Ruth)
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Well, Wendy and Ruth, next morning, I rang the shop and was told he wasn't there, I said ring me back?   He rang later and said was on his way, he'd had to go and collect divan bed base himself, as supplier failed to deliver (it was very, very north of where I live !!)
 
So he arrived and took bed base upstairs, I got him to shift the spare room divan back to the spare room.   He put bed together, it was in two bits you see, BUT he'd bought the wrong colour headboard. So had to go back to shop to get right colour headbord.
 
Then we came to 'cheque time'  I said, I'm not going to pay you in full, I'll knock £10 off.  He said I've done a lot for you, cos you're a nice lady, make it £5.  I said LOOK I had to unassemble the metal base, shift that myself, move the spare divan in and I'm NOT 16!   I WON !


Then when I slept on it, I found the bed base is a few inches higher than the previous one ... I didn't think to check the height .. just needed something that would go up the bend in the stairs... talk about the Princess and the Pea... but at least I am 5' 7" tall and my feet DO reach the ground when sitting on it ! Just about ....
 
kelseylen

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Good for you, Mags, for hanging in there and getting what you deserved.....Maybe you can use a footstool if the bed is a wee bit too high :))
 
Enjoy the rest now....You've certainly earned it!!!
 
:))  Ruth
wendydecker

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Good to see you both here, Ruth and Mags,

Thanks for the good wishes for my dad, Ruth. I will pass them along to him for sure tomorrow. He's just so funny sometime and the other day he actually had the 'giggles' and everything he said was just too funny. I wish I could remember some of the things he was saying, but I can't unfortunately! Guess my memory isn't the best anymore either!

Mags, glad to see that the bed arrived finally and that you did get it late for a reduced price. You must feel a bit like 'Alice in Wonderland' with the 'big, high bed!' Never mind, as long as Tweedledee and Tweedledum don't show up. (Well, maybe Tweedledum was the delivery man's nickname, huh?)

I'm just going to mention that 'get well soon' wishes may be appreciated by Colleen. I won't mention more than she is 'under the weather currently' and will be recovering over the next while. She is such a joy to have here and I want to send my very best 'get well soon' wishes to her here at the Cafe.

When you are all recovered, Colleen, we'll hold a special tea just for you as a treat. Rest well until then.

Today, I spent putting up a new curtain rod on my bedroom wall and then making some lined drapes for the room. I finally finished and it's near midnight! There's nothing like getting the old sewing machine out. Does anyone else here sew at all? Hobbies? Quilting or needlepoint, hooking rugs, painting, sculpting or the like? Just wondered.

Enjoy Sunday everyone!
kelseylen

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Dear Colleen......I hate to hear that you are under the weather....I am thinking about you....In fact, I heard the song "His Eye is on the Sparrow" this morning and immediately thought of you....Remember that His eye IS definitely on you at ALL times through ALL situations whether good or bad....
 
Take good care, dear friend.........
 
Much love and Many HUGS....
 
(((((((Colleen)))))))
 
Love.......Ruth
wendydecker

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Happy Easter and Passover, to everyone,

I do hope that sometime over this weekend, we are able to have a little tea, cakes and a little get-together for a chat.

How is everyone?

Spring has arrived and hopefully so has warmer weather and sunshine.

I'll be having a special brunch with my dear dad on Sunday and where he lives, there will even be a visit from the Easter bunny! Goodness knows what he'll think of that!

Anyway, enjoy the weekend.

Thinking of you all, especially Mags, Ruth, Colleen and Sharon.

Wendy (from Canada)

kelseylen

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Hi Wendy........I'm certainly up to some tea and cake (and chat) this weekend!! 
 
Speaking of weather, we had been having warm (even hot) weather lately....This past Tuesday, a tornado was spotted about 2 miles from where I live, and there was alot of hail in my neighborhood...I'm hoping I don't have to have a new roof due to the hail...Then, yesterday, the temperatures dropped and the low tonight is supposed to be 35 degrees....This CRAZY Texas weather....Our air conditioners are on one day, and the heater is on the next :))  Keeps us on our toes!!!!
 
So, I think I'll have my tea hot please, and I like it with cream in it the way the British drink their tea....Have fun with dear old Dad and the Easter bunny :))
 
A wonderful weekend to all.....
 
Much, much love............Ruth
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Holiday greetings from Indiana, too (where it has been below freezing all week, and many a daffodil is drooping).

Someone asked me a couple of weeks ago if I wanted help clearing out the perennial beds, and I said 'not yet - I've been stung by April in Indiana before!'  Another week or so, however, and we gardeners should be able to clear away the winter leaf blanket to see new green shoots, such a welcome sign after yucky winter.  (Sorry, Sharon.)

Anyway, this morning the sky is clear, and I'm watching the sunrise so that's a nice start to the day.  Am taking Bert to the vet for another antibiotic shot for his upper respiratory infection, and then off to choir for a final practice for the Easter special music. 

But I wanted to take a moment to pop in, say hi, and wish all a lovely holiday weekend.

Barb


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Ah, well, Barb, if we all liked the same thing, what a dull world it would be.

Me, I was irritated this morning when I (finally) woke up (have to start going to bed earlier) and saw NO SNOW!!  WWWAAAAA!   The weatherman said 70% chance of snow last night!  Lied to yet again!  Bah humbug.

I have no garden because nothing I plant ever grows.  I did get a few impatiens to bloom last summer. I need a landscaper.  I need to move to Anchorage (coming, Lisa!!) from October through April, and then down somewhere below the Equator May through September.  Anywhere where it stays cool, for goodness' sake!

I've seen photos of your garden, Barb, so I know it will be lovely this year, as always.  Me - if it weren't for the artificial flowers along the patio, I'd have no color at all.   I planted hyacinths a few y ears ago - thought they'd look pretty around the base of the mountain ash, but the tree is dying now, and the hyacinths - well, there's one spindly one with maybe 5 "bells" on it. . .   Really, winter is much better - less work and far less disappointment. . .
wendydecker

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Where is everyone? Are we all in our respective springtime gardens nurturing our new plants along? It's just such a long time since anyone dropped by, myself included!
So, let's have a new gabfest this weekend? Remember the piano chick? Well, I think she may just feel that her job has disappeared! And the staff, who knows what they do on these 'quiet' weeks?

Out here on the West Coast, warmer weather has arrived although rainy days still are frequent but raindrops to help all the flowers, plants and blooming trees look their best.
I guess all over the States and Canada the snow has perhaps finally disappeared everywhere.

So, I look forward to sitting sipping perhaps a hot chai tea with Ruth, Barb, Mags, Sharon and maybe Colleen, if she's feeling up to it!

Holla, everyone from Wendy!
MaxAndHazelsMom

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Hot chai sounds really good, Wendy - I'm happily joining you!

That freezing weather we had right before Easter did a great deal of damage to all of the budding plants and trees everywhere, I guess.  Here it put an end to the spring bulbs and wiped out all of the new leaves on ornamental trees such as Japanese maples, which are just barely hardy in Indiana.  Yesterday I re-planted some ferns (Painted Ladies - love their colors), and mourned the damage to my little maple.  It will be a very slow recovery for many plants, I fear.

On the bright side, though, it seems that cold weather may be behind us finally.  Thank goodness!

Wishing everyone a nice weekend -

Barb


Mags

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Well, it's probably a bit like ... Lady A comes in, no-one here, so she goes out again, Man B comes in, no-one here, so he goes out again, Lady C comes in, no-one here, so she goes out again...
 
So as Lady W and Lady B are sitting
Supping their Hot Chai Tea
They get a dumbclock who doesn't know what it is
Namely me.
 
So I go out again, to local library
To see if I can get more intelligent
About Tea.
 
Yes, I've been sitting in my garden, looking at various plants and little bonsoi English trees that I re-potted yesterday .. then I drank normal decaffeinated tea and wondered how I'd feel if one day I decided to leave ... for something smaller and easier to manage?   I'd have to leave Tyger behind, but I'll have to leave her one day ... very pensive here.
 

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Trivia question of the day: 

How far will cat kibbles bounce when the vacuum cleaner cord knocks the bowl off the cabinet (where said bowl had been placed for safe-keeping during the cleaning frenzy)?







Answer:

A handy 10-foot circle encompassing kitchen, hallway, coat closet, and pantry












Other Answer:

Too far, or Far enough for mom to use unladylike language


(Cover your ears, Gracie.)
wendydecker

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Let's see:
Kibble bouncing????

I think they will not bounce if owner of the vacuum cleaner and offending cord cares for as many cats and dogs as pieces of kibble. They will be consumed mid-air!

Now that's an answer you didn't expect. Am I right, Barb?

Just an answer to make you smile as you roam around on hands and kness picking up kibble bits wishing so much that you had a magnet that would magically pick them all up!

Moral of the story?

Kibble bowls remain firmly on the floor, always!

Mags

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Snigger....

wendydecker

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Awright, Mags, if you're going to sit in a corner of the cafe and 'snigger,' then I think maybe you could perhaps treat Barb to half of the lovely chocolate cake that Gracie made this morning. Then, you and I can ask Barb if we might have two pieces of the rest of the cake, since we have certainly teased her about the 'Kibble Katastrophe!'

Kan Kibbles Kontinue to Roll Away????? A Kuestion for Wikepedia, me thinks!
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Prolly the real answer is don't clean.

(There aren't any kibbles stuck to the chocolate icing, are there?  ewwwwwwwww)


Barb


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Yes, yes, yes !   Definitely Kibbles flavoured Chocolate Icing... and it's everywhere ... it's in your hair ... itch .. itch .. and what's that spot on your nose?   Bound to be ...............
 
What are kibbles by the way?  I had to look that up on Google.
 
And as we three girls sit in the corner, I ought to whisper ... was talking to someone in church this morning and she said, 'about my parents, who live together .. they ....'   I said, 'do they really?!'
 
As I had a very long walk yesterday, chocolate cake all round !
 

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Dear Gracie interspersed the kibbles in the icing, (only a few, honest, but she couldn't resist!) but the rest are brown, (yes, brown) Smarties! Thought you'd enjoy that one, Barb!

Oh no, Mags, do you mean to tell us that your firends parents didn't know what kibbles were either??? Maybe I'm wrong here!

'Nuff Sunday morning ramblin's.

Enjoy the day, (the rest of the afternoon and evening for you, Mags!) Anyone know where Ruth is?

Hello to dear Colleen, if she's reading this silliness!
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Hi Wendy...Here I am....Just extra busy these days, it seems....We have beautiful, even hot, weather today but have been "beat up" by hail and tornadoes lately :((
 
I guess I'm not up on the Kibble talk either as I'm not a cat owner....
 
I'll order a tall lemonade and some hot, freshly baked peanut butter cookies (my favorite) and sit down for a chat with whomever is gathered here at the Petloss cafe and bar....
 
Happy Sunday to all!!!!!!!!!
 
Love and HUGS all around......Ruth
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Hey, Ruth,
Was that lemonade and peanut butter cookie with the free side order of 'kibbles' which are extra just for today! Compliments of Barb and they weren't the ones she knocked all over the floor!!!! Nope, those she's mailing to Mags who wasn't sure what kibbles were but thanks to Google!!!!

'Ah, such silliness on a sunny Sunday!

Anyone want to add to that alliteration?

Good to see you here, Ruth, and glad that tornados missed where you are!

Now we need to find Colleen! But maybe she's still 'under the weather.' Hope to see you here soon too, your pictures, poems, stories and company are truly missed. Be well soon!
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Happy to share, although my peanut butter cookies are sugar-free - it's hard to believe, but I've had people make strange faces after sampling one.  :)

It's a lovely, lovely day here - been clearing out flower beds, surveying the damage from the late winter storm we had, and just generally making myself very sore.  I keep telling the kiddens that they could surely learn how to dig up weeds, but they reply very sweetly that they would much rather dig where I have already dug.  Hmmm...

Barb


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I figure a nibble of one of Ruth's peanut butter sugar frees is better than a 'kibble!!!!'

Keep digging there, Barb, perhaps you'll find a pot of gold or (could I resist?) a pot of kibbles????

Gold would be better huh? Then we could have a great big Petloss get together at your house! :) Your treat????

Would Mags fly across the ocean for that? I'll bet!

Since we're the only ones here for now, let's have a supper together tonight?
How about a yummy veggie pizza?
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