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    « 254. 8:46 a.m. | Main | 256. A Saturday In September »

    Saturday, September 13, 2008

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    Kristen

    Re #3, Jeezus the world stinks. :(

    Carole

    We discovered honey crisp apples last year and they are now my favorite. I picked some local ones up yesterday. Mmmm.

    claudia

    This weekend is time to dump out some tomato pots. Next spring: grow bed.

    Leslie

    And what makes you think there will be any of those computers left at Costco?? You think the two they got in for the sale will still be there?

    gosh - my cynicism is showing - better go for more coffee :)

    sandy

    What?? Omelets for breakfast? ~Shudder~
    ;)
    Good
    great
    I know, huh?
    CUTE!
    Oh, that's so awful!
    me too!
    Have fun!
    Yum
    Another Yum
    breathe baby, breathe
    and
    Ew. Sarah Palin.

    :D
    LX

    margene

    2a. A guest treated you that way? Well, I never...
    5. Fall is that way in Utah, too. It's nearly impossible to dress for the weather without having a closet in your car.
    9. I'm Palined out...over and out. bleh

    gayle

    Yeah, Fall in Vermont - where you use the car's air-conditioner and heater on the same day. Twice...
    And pizza for breakfast is a staple around my house. All your basic food groups in every bite!

    Carla

    Is a Mac out of the question??

    Cookie

    Did you reheat the pizza or something? Who doesn't love some cold leftover pizza for breakfast?

    Love the teeshirt. Needed it yesterday at the post office where some "young" mother thought the postal people would look after her toddlers while she did paperwork. We hate people.

    XO

    kmkat

    (Catching up on my bloglines) Aren't Honeycrisp apples great? They were developed at the University of Minnesota, iirc. We have been enjoying them for yeats. Sadly, they do not store well, so are only available during the fall.

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