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  1. Lynne

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    Ha ha ha ha.
     
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  2. Debi

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    LOL Oh, those two know. :p In fact if they didn't hijack a thread or three I'd be worried about the boys! Those two are kinda like herding cats, so I try throwing catnip threads their way to distract them. :)
     
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    Reminds me of the time when I climed that mountain in Himalayanville, but several years before inventing Greek salad.......
     
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    You too, small world. :)
     
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    Wisconsin has been sub zero all week. Lots of ramen and coffee.
     
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    Anything but stew for me. Brodo (an Italian broth) goes down well, but anything warm will do the trick :p
     
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