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Old November 10th, 2011, 09:50 PM
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Good Morning OHIO! Be glad you don't live in Penn State area now! Yikes....talk about the SH*T hitting the Fan!! I never liked that Paterno guy and he should have been kicked out with the others last week. JERK. Don't know how those guys could live with themselves all those years knowing what happened to the young men. I hope the families sue them big time and WIN big $$$ from them and the school and even the state.

Dave: Here's a picture of the fruit. It STAINS everything and some people take it apart in a bowl of water to avoid splashes of the juice.

HOney Crisp Apples are just wonderful!! We get them here at our orchards. They always cost a few cents more than other apples.

All my hard work on blowing out the leaves around the shurbs close to the actual house is gone after last nights WINDS. After they dry off a little, if it doesn't rain today, we'll have to get back out there and blow and rack leaves again. I see about 2 more times of doing this before it's done for the season.

We had major street lights out last night and accidents all over the place. We saw 2 huge bursts of what Art said was a transformer blowing up while we were driving to our dinner party w/friends.

Dave: Good luck at the dentist. Reminds me that I need to make a appt to see mine before the end of the year. Deductable is met right now and I might as well try and take advantage of that small savings.

7:00 a.m. and it's light out!! Makes it good for the kids going to bus stops etc.

Jill's insurance was approved and she'll get her MRI on her foot TODAY! Wonder how long it will take to get the results once it's done. ???

I'm off to my Knitting Group with the Seniors at 10:00 a.m. and then lunch w/them. They have a box with all kinds of restaurants written on papers in it and they pick one each week. It's a nice quick way to make a decision on where to go locally!

Have a good day all!! 41 degrees here now! And no hope for it to make it to the 50's today. Bummer.
HELLO FELLOW BUCKEYES!

And yes KathieKatha, Honeycrisp apples are delicious. Never had them and a few weeks ago a co-worker brought one in for me. Now I am looking for them specifically when I buy apples. YUM!
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TGIF!

Now that would be a dandy of a find, Linda. A doctor and a dentist all in one person. One stop shopping.

I love all the letters after their names. (Greek to me.)

Here would be my letters; Father Dave NSF, COD, BO, and BS.

Thanks for posting the picture of a pomegranate, K2. It looks like a giant radish. So how do you eat it? Chomp on it like an apple or cut it up like a grapefruit? I still haven't figured out this fruit. (I'm assuming it's a fruit.)

Congratulations on being a Grandma again, Starr. See what you started, you nasty girl.

"I am just doing what I have to to have good protein." Since you won't eat a cow, I've got your good protein. BACON! Anybody that doesn't love bacon is an Israeli spy. (And they eat it too, when no one is looking.)

Mike; Good to hear that Linda has worked her way up to 4 miles. She'll do the 5 on Thanksgiving with no problem.

Hiya, Loves-Dogs!


My new Lebanese periodontal doctor probably just ordered some new furniture. $3,000 to laser away some root problems on just a few teeth. (There's always something.) Doing that after our cruise. We better hit good in the casino.

Seems like a nice fella. Quiet spoken. And has a VERY gentle touch when he's probing. Love his accent.

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After I got up this AM, checked the temps and it was well below freezing and we had a lot of frost. The roses still look great, I have had them for years but didn't realize they could withstand the cold and frosts. The deep red one looks almost as good as it did at it's peak.
Dave. I got the BO and BS figured out, clue me on the others. Mine are ORG. Fay can tell you what that is.
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Old November 11th, 2011, 11:40 AM
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Happy Veterans Day and thanks to all that are serving and HAVE served our country!

Mike: We're making Bennie Baby little blankets. 12 x 12. Easy project right now.

My Gourds are starting to get LIGHTER and turning ugly black with spots on them. So they're doing what they're suppose to do. Actually, fun to watch the transformation. I'm going to have a lot of SANDING to do this Summer on them!!

DAVE: Whatever you do don't bite into a Pomegranate! They are full of little corn like fruit and very JUCIY and will STAIN everything in site. Even just cutting through them is a risk! They say to do it under water to avoid the splashes and stains. You either LOVE Pomeranates or HATE them. They're really good for you.

Good that you're waiting until AFTER your cruise to have your dental work done Dave. This way you can still enjoy FOOD!!

40 degres and SUNNY here right now. I'm off to do NOTHING! Acutally, I'm doing some crocheting right now.

Have a fun..... 11-11-11 day! I'm going to make up a cardboard with 11-11-11 on it and take a picture of the Grandkids later tonight to let them see how tall they were on this day. I did that for 10-10-10 too. Just don't remember where the picture is now.




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just a quick pop-in after first day of Fab Food Show. Met people who came from New Jersey, and Florida just to be here. Oh guess what I got a free pomegranate today, going to try for another one tomorrow. So funny when we were discussing it. I am including one of Bobby Flays recipes for it.

Roasted Brussels Sprouts with Pomegranates and Vanilla-Pecan Butter
Ingredients
6 tablespoons unsalted butter, slightly softened
1 vanilla bean, seeds scraped
1/4 cup toasted pecans, chopped
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
1 pound Brussels sprouts, trimmed
3 tablespoons canola oil
3 tablespoons pomegranate molasses
Seeds from 1 pomegranate
1 lime, finely zested
1 tablespoon finely grated orange zest
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Combine the butter and vanilla bean seeds in a small bowl. Fold in the pecans and season with salt and pepper. Cover and refrigerate for at least 30 minutes before serving.

Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F.

Place the Brussels sprouts in a medium roasting pan and toss with the oil and season with salt and pepper. Roast in the oven until lightly golden brown, 20 minutes.

Remove the pan from the oven, add the pomegranate molasses and stir to combine. Return to the oven and cook until just tender, about 10 minutes longer.

Transfer the sprouts to a large bowl, add the pomegranate seeds and lime and orange zests. Transfer to a platter and top with some of the Vanilla-Pecan butter.

DAVE ,so naughty! I do eat bacon but it is called Morning Star Farms Veggie Bacon Strips. Trust me I do not eat any land loving animals anymore. I have tried Maui Maui it is ok. I am picky about fish too. If it taste to fishy I can't enjoy it. And God help please do not serve it like it just came off the hook head and tail YUCK!!!

Well time for a soak as walking on the cement floors for hours has taken it's toll. Enjoy your weekend all.

Prayers for the Mri and congrats on the miles run...

Signing off from Cleveland Ohio.
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Old November 11th, 2011, 10:57 PM
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MsStarr...Just make sure to be very gentle when you're cutting into that Pomegranate it stains and squirts everywhere. But well worth the effort.

Nite....I have Grandson here for a sleep-over and need to get him to bed.
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Old November 12th, 2011, 07:20 AM
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I know my jokes are a flop when I have to explain them. "Dave. I got the BO and BS figured out, clue me on the others." It was a self effacing joke. The COD meant I didn't have the money when I ordered something, and hoped I did by the time it arrived. And the NSF referred to me having checks bounce for insufficient funds.

Now as for the letters behind your name Mike....ORG? Fay would know, you say. Like a puzzle, I've been trying to figure it out. Here's my guess; ORG, Old Rumbled Grouch. Am I close?

Ok, here's one for you. My neighbor celebrated yesterday. 11-11-11. It was the only day all year that he wrote out a check properly. He's dyslexic.

K2, I'm beginning to think that you need to wear a Haz-Mat suit to eat a pomegranate. Are Linda's MRI results in yet?

Starr; VEGGIE BACON??? I sure hope you flossed your teeth after eating it, to get out all that sawdust.

If I ever meet you on a cruise I'm going to get you loaded and introduce you to the "Happy Land Of Ribs". You'll wake up with a massive hangover, but you won't be able to get the grin off your face.

Are you allowed to eat animal crackers?

An egg and a piece of bacon walk into a bar. The bartender says, "We don't serve breakfast here".

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Hello OHIO!

DAVE: My daughters name is "Jill" and she didn't get her MRI results yet. Should be Monday. I'm sure it will not show anything broken. What they're looking for is tendons torn or ripped that might be causing the swelling and senativity to touch. She did say it's a LITTLE BETTER already. If she didn't have to stand and walk on her feet 10 hours a day and then come home and stand even more I'm sure her foot would be better by now. Thanks for asking ....if you indeed were asking about her!! Ha Ha

NIce here today. SUNNY going up to 55 soon and that's just fine with me.

Later. Eric and I have been looking at old Kodak slides from when his Mom was born! Even mine and Arts honeymoon. WOW....were we young and funny looking 45 years ago!!
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old retired grump you were close Dave.

My cousin once removed and her DH is coming over for supper today. Michael and Linda will be here also. Pattie and her DH left this AM for a 5 day cruise.
I vacuumed out the gutters yesterday with the leaf blower that also mulches. I’ll put the mulch around the young roses. They are still very pretty and I guess they will be for awhile since no freezing temps are expected for over a week. It’s going to get into the mid to upper 60s this weekend.
There is a much easier way to clean the gourds K2. Let me know when you are ready to start cleaning them.


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Fantastic weather over here in Michigan right now. Sunny all day and temps were perfect. More of the same tomorrow.

Michigan State Spartans beat Iowa today at Iowa. Revenge is so sweet from when they loss to them last year.

Penn State lost. Enough said on that. Only people over there I feel sorry for are the Team Football players and especially the Seniors who thought they had it made in the shade for their future careers in football. Good luck guys.

Enjoy your day everyone and get out and take it all in while it's still nice out there.

Mike: I'll make sure to ask you again about how to clean those gourds.
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Dang group I go away and a lot happens will go back and read when I get home. We had a great time on cruise. Fantatic crew the Encephailitis conference was educational. I asked Carol about it and she changed the subject. I think it is hard for her to finally understand her disability after so many years BIL is a reporter and posted a article in his paper I will try and coy and paste it here when I get home tomo. We made it as far as Charlotte on our way home. We were not pushing it to drive it in 1 day. If we could have done self assit and been off the ship a hr earlier we may have done it also if Carol was not with us. But this was her trip and she had a blast that is what counts. The cruise had the flag hanging in atrinum to honor the vets then had a meet and greet for vets which Larry felt was a dud.


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Dave. I got the BO and BS figured out, clue me on the others. Mine are ORG. Fay can tell you what that is.
What do you knit K2?
Hi Love Dogs.

Let me guess:

Here would be my letters; Father Dave NSF, COD, BO, and BS. Are they "Nonsufficient Funds" and "Cash on Delivery"? You made me laugh and I really needed it today after yesterday's day at the hospital. My sister had her first chemo and I had her home by 4pm. She goes back on Dec. 2nd for another treatment as long as her blood work is good.
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Watching the Port Canaveral webcam and getting excited for my cruise in a few weeks. Decided to drop by again and say 'HEY' to the fellow Buckeyes here. Wonderful weather we have been having and today looks pretty decent too. Have a wonderful day everyone!
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Hello OHIO. Cloudy here today, but still nice temps for the next 3 days and then we take a major drop.

Mike: I'm knitting little squares to be Beanie Baby blankets that some charity group aske our gals to knit for them. I guess they're handing out Beanie Babies at Christmas and thought that little square blankets would be nice to have with them. We also knit and crochet "chemo Lap squares" for people going through Chemo and Radiation treatments. And hats and mittens. Just about anything.

Off to take off these church clothes and get into some jeans. Have a good week all.

I'll be at my daughters for a few days and check in from there.
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Got some reading to catch up on, here.

The computer has been less-than-functional.

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Hi everyone, I am back from my weekend on my own and had a wonderful time. Sampled a lot of good food and wines. I met a lot of nice people from all over. People came to this show from as far away as Florida! A couple from New Jersey drove in for it as well. They stayed at the same hotel as me. We all compared thoughts and notes about everyone. It was a fun time. Did I mention wine! I did wine a bit! Dave there was even enough meat stuff cooked there you would have been a very happy man! I don't see myself on a RCCL cruise in the near future and since you are not a Carnival fan I will not worry about ribs or the ribbing! I grew up and ate enough meat in my first 30 yrs of life for me so I really do ok now. You name it my dad either bought, caught, or killed it. We ate it. That was life. I made a new choice when I lost my dad at an early age.

Mike, hope all went well with the new guests, and I am terrible with all the abbreviated stuff, I am good with CRS and that is about it. Oh i know DH and that too..

Prayers to all who need them. I will try to check back in later if not chat with everyone tomorrow when I can catch up on all the posts.
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Well I am back and have lots of reading to do. The encephalitis conference was excellent Carol met several survivors and some new and old friends. Larry got a education along with me. Our cruise was great once we got on the ship. Due to high winds and rough seas we were not permitted to park the car until 5:30 we were at the port at 4:30 as we knew the ship was coming in late but it was way later than expected. Carol did great walking and partying, she has a improved attitude since meeting and talking to survivors again. It took us 2 days to get home since Carol walks slower and takes longer at pit stops we would have done self asssit and been off ship around 7:30 if it had been Larry and me but we would not have been on a cruise if Carol was not with us.

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I have to share this article with you all. This was posted by the bil of one of the encephalitis survivors who attended the conference with Carol, Larry and me, so well put.

Explains a lot about Carol's disability and how little people know about it.

This is was the last place I wanted to be after a long, hard week of work: in a meeting room in the basement of an Episcopal Church on a dreary day on North Florida’s Atlantic coast.

I could have been in my garden.
I could have been, feet up, watching football.
I could have been on a beach or had a fishing pole in my hand or been a thousand other places.
But here I was listening to people who were strangers only a few hours earlier tell their stories, their battles against an illness called encephalitis that robs them of their memory and the life they once knew.
There was the teacher no longer able to teach; a law school student unable to pass the bar exam; a priest whose church we were in, who is sometimes unable to remember the words to his sermon.
Dozens of people who survived an attack by this disease traveled to Jacksonville for this worldwide conference with their caregivers and loved ones. And I was there instead of home watching football.
I had only vaguely heard of encephalitis before my brother-in-law from Pennsylvania was hospitalized more than a year ago with severe headaches and conditions that were described to me as being like a stroke.
Even though encephalitis has been known for a long time, there’s still much research to be done, and there are no known antiviral drugs to treat encephalitis. You are never out of the woods, so to speak, with this disease, so living in the present becomes very important and more difficult than others may realize.
My brother-in-law and his wife believe he was misdiagnosed early on, preventing prompt administration of medicines that might have minimized the damage to his brain; but they think that is looking at life from the wrong direction. They spend most of their time looking forward, thankful he is alive and learning to live as well as possible.
His name is Don Hamernick and, even before his illness and brain injury, he qualified as one of the friendliest guys on the earth. You know the type – never met a stranger, the last guy to leave a party, if you are broke and he has a buck, you got a buck. He’s always been that guy.
He came back from the conference to spend a little time with his sister, my wife, Donna. You might see me around town with him. I plan to show him our special place; though he’s been here before, it will all mostly feel new to him.
His five kids are mostly grown, about the same ages as my children. What he lost was memory and the ability to run the new business he had just started. If possible, he gained even more heart.
So instead of a nice peaceful weekend, Donna, Jessica and I went to this conference to try to learn more about what he faced and to take him home with us. We were surrounded by people just like Don in many ways, fighting to hold onto as much of their lives as possible, grateful for the lives they have, making light of their own and each other’s shortcomings, telling stories, and applauding each other’s victories.
I don’t know when I have met people who love life more or have been more inspired by their personal courage.
Then, at the end of the conference, the most amazing thing happened. The conference attendees gave Donna, Jessica and me a gift of gratitude for coming, for talking to them about what it is like being Jessica’s parents and for listening to what they had to say. Truly amazing.
And to think, all I was going to do was watch football.
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Kathie was going to ask if Jill got results of MRI then I realized this is Sunday not Monday

Mike good to hear Linda is back running, looks like she will be ready to run on Thanksgiving day.

No compensation for the ship coming in late bummer but we had a good time. When is Sics due home????

Dave how is your granddaughter in AZ doing??

Ok no more post from me tonight I need some sleep in my own bed, not to be snotty but will be good to get up and only have to assist my self in showering and dressing. We have to go out to breakfast as we have no milk I put the extra gallon in freezer before we left. Reality sucks I have to get groceries so we can eat and that means I have to cook dinner. Bummer
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Good morning!!!
Glad to hear the conference and cruise were both wonderful, and that Carole was in her element, and having a marvelous time.
Msstarr, sounds like the food and WINE shindig was enjoyed!!!
Hi to everyone else, and have a good week!!!
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