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Old 08-03-2012, 11:16 AM   #16
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Good morning kids,

Yesterday we decided to take a ride around the place. Stopped at this cool 1940's style diner for lunch. They don't have a menu per se, it's on a board above the counter. They have breakfast items all day long - thin Norwegian pancakes, a baked German pancake, French toast stuffed with fruit and of course the traditional bacon and eggs. They have a few sandwiches including a PBLT - lightly battered perch fish with bacon, lettuce and tomato - their most popular sandwich. And then there is the daily blue plate specials. I had a hard time deciding - finally went for the soup and sandwich - a lovely roasted red pepper goulash soup and a grilled cheese and tomato on a hearty bread. He threw in some bacon on the sandwhich which was interesting. But it was DELICIOUS. DH had the thin Norwegian pancakes with fresh lemon and jalapenos (right up Annie's alley). Said they were really good. The diner uses alot of local, sustainable foods - fresh berries from the organic farms nearby, a local bakery with awesome breads and veggies from the local farms too. We would definitely go back again. And the people were soooo nice - the servers were all friendly and the cook talked to us in between cooking up orders. The place is small and I imagine it gets really busy on the weekends but we went about 2pm after the crowds and had no problems. In fact, I got the last bowl of soup they had left.

We then drove to a place I saw in the paper that was supposed to be a most picturesque lake. It was a long ride but not anything particularly spectacular we both agreed. On the way out of there we passed an intersection that looked interesting so we doubled back.

How's this for a bench?


The bench sits on a strip of land with a bridge and water on both sides. This is one side


And there is a bridge you stand on (where the road is). Under the bridge is a bunch of big rocks where the water flows and makes the most peaceful gurgling sounds. I do have a picture of the other side of the bridge but I was facing the sun and it's kind of washed out. It was a nice outing.

About to head out in a bit to run around town and do some errands.

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Old 08-03-2012, 11:19 AM   #17
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Oh I should say that this is a historic spot. The Souix Indians were attacking and trying to take the land away from the current Chippewa tribe. A big battle was staged at this spot where the Chippewa gathered the tribe together and ambushed the Souix who were paddling down the water to come and attack them. It was a bloody battle the Chippewa won and the Souix never bothered them again.
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Old 08-03-2012, 11:40 AM   #18
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Now for personals -

Laura - saginaki and egg lemon soup. Oh you have me jonesing for a good Greek meal. I don't think BF is too timing. We did the same thing - got our eye exams where we liked the doctor and then got glasses some place else. Tried both the chains and the doctor's office and even Costco (whose prices are really low but then again, so is the selection). Can't say one place did a better job than the other. Geez Louise - is the weather ever going to break for you? Will probably be a bad autumn color season too - I'll bet the poor trees are really stressed out, like all vegetation. I dread what this is going to do to gasoline and food prices shortly. Although we are getting fantastic sweet corn up this way from local farms.

Ceejay - sorry Jenny is too pricey for you - gotta be able to afford those celebrity spokespeople My former manager did Jenny for a while - she said she didn't think it was bad if you only had to feed one person in the household although you still have to buy your fresh dairy, fruits and vegetable in addition to the program foods. So for me because I still have to feed DH, it would double my grocery bill. I guess it comes back to the old "time or money" thing. Either you pay out the nose for convienience or it takes alot (and I mean ALOT) of time to prep the meal program, cook it up, portion it out and track it. And even though you can buy alot of foods individually, I still find it hard to cook in small enough batches for one person.

Annie - hope you are feeling better today. Is it the heat, the stress at work or too much Chinese Chicken Salad? Maybe a little bit of everything?

Mel - come on, do you really want a building full of seniors all high on ganja singing All You Need is Love or 187 choruses of Hey Jude? Are the apartments all ready to get rented out?

Shad - of course being at home is more busy than out on the road. Especially when you have so much to try and cram into a short stay. Are you getting ready for your next road trip?

I have a long list of to-do's myself. Need to write them down so I don't miss anything. Have a good Friday and hello to the rest of the gang
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Old 08-03-2012, 11:43 AM   #19
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Loved the pictures. What's that in the middle of the water? I like breakfast anytime of the day.

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Yes going to come up with my own plan. Didn't really want to cook and thought that Jenny could do that, but not with those prices.

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We had a thunder boomer come through early this morning. And got some much needed rain. Don't know why but thunderstorms used to bother me. Now I turn back over and go to sleep, unless of course there's mention of a tornado. Nothing new except that I've nominated my sis to be my mentor/coach. I want her to know that I'm trying.
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Old 08-04-2012, 03:12 AM   #20
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Evening all,

Been very busy spring cleaning my house. The kitchen dining room and Lounge room are done and the rest will be finished when I get back from Adelaide. I should be clear for the next couple of weeks to finish that, sort out the garden and help DS2 with his rental renovations

Mel - you obviously got busy and haven't had time to call. That's fine. I'll be at the house here until about 11.00am my time tomorrow. Just ring if you feel like it.

Laura - hope you didn't get too sore from the spin class. Spin classes over here are usually packed. Since I hate those stationery bikes, I don't go there very often. Hope you get something sorted for the b/f birthday.
That dinner sounded really good - if too much. At least you get to take it home and eat it later.
I haven't been watching the olympics. I keep an eye on the medal tally and am killing myself laughing about the Australian collective angst that they haven't got more gold medals. And now that New Zealand have passed them on the medal table they are talking about 'Team Oceania'. WTF.
Annie - feel better soon.

Happy - that place that you went to for brunch, breakfast or whatever sounds really nice. I like the old fashioned diners. That bear seat looks like fun. The history lesson was interesting as well.

Ceejay - Sorry Jenny Craig was so expensive. Mind you they all seem to be expensive these days. I wonder if you can google a sample lesson from them and try it out for yourself. Are you talking just the exercise or the exercise and food?

Going back to the Olympics, as I explained to a few friends, we Kiwis normally get our medals sitting down - rowing, yachting, cycling, canoeing, horse riding. So we leave it to the Aussies to get gold in the pool or on the track - and they are not keeping up their side of the bargain. It won't last - us being futher up the medal ladder than them, but it's fun while it goes on.
Tonight I am going to watch the end of the Super 15 Rugby between the Waikato Chiefs of NZ and the Sharks from South Africa. Go the Chiefs. The Tri Nations (Aus/NZ/South Africa) will start shortly after that. I don't think the Australians will have a good time there either. Oh Dear.

And tomorrow I am off to Adelaide to see Sophia. I'll be taking down a big suitcase full of things for the baby and a little suitcase with my stuff in it. Babies take up a lot of space.

I'll be back tomorrow before I go. have a fun start to your weekend.
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Old 08-04-2012, 06:39 AM   #21
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How fun to go see the baby! Can't wait to see our now 7 week old baby boy.

Laura
Hope the spin classes doesn't hurt your shoulder. I did ride the bike last night. Wasn't in the mood. Got to get back on it today.

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Went to get driver's license and car tags renewed yesterday. Plus the guys came out and fixed a leak under the bathroom sink. Looks like the pipe exploded. There's been a musty smell for awhile but that smell seems to have gotten worse. Maybe this was the cause for my headache! Bad thing is I can't open a window without setting off the alarm.
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Old 08-04-2012, 10:32 AM   #22
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Hello my friends!

Great week at work. I'm getting along excellently with my new co-workers, and am almost done getting my computer set up so that I can actually perform the work I need to do.

This is going to be a busy weekend. We dropped off the doggies at the groomer this morning, then we pick them up, bring them home, and then head back down to the Milwaukee area for State Fair. We're probably going to go from 3 or 4 until 10. We want to see the Clydesdales perform, and this evening is the only night for that. They are so big, majestic and beautiful! We'll also check out the other animals, and eat some yummy (but not deep fried) food. Should be a good time. Then tomorrow, I'm going back to the fair with a friend (DH was pretty insistent that he didn't want her to join us today, and I don't blame him really - she an sometimes be a bit "offputting".) So I'll go with her tomorrow and look at more animals, and do lots more walking around. I hope my back can take it.

Anyway, before we do any of this fun stuff, I've got to get laundry done, and sew a button on a pair of DH's shorts.

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Happy - WTG for your and DH's wins at the casino, and the buffet sounds totally yummy.

Annie - So C is turning the big 50 in September (just like me)! DH and DMIL will be in California on my b'day so I'll be hanging out with my girlfriend. And we'll have my party later in the month.



Dang, the groomers just called Dogs are ready 2 hours earlier than expected. Gotta run!

I hope y'all are doing great! I'll try and finish personals later!

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Old 08-04-2012, 11:37 AM   #23
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Morning all,

Had a storm overnight and this morning the temps have dropped down to 66 degrees. It's still damp and totally overcast so it is reminiscent of the seasons about to change. My flowers are starting to peter out already and I noticed the hummingbirds which are in abundance are also starting to feed on the flowers as well as the sugar water feeders so they are getting ready to bulk up for the long trip south.

I've been waiting for a cool day to do some cooking. Should I make zuchinni soup, cream of brocolli with cheese or roasted red pepper soup? I'm going to throw some chili fixings in the crock pot. Still having a problem with pests on the tomatoes so I am finding I need to pick them about a week earlier than usual and let them finish ripening on the vine. I have a ton of tomatoes - getting about 1 a day right now as well as a cucumber ever other day which is just right. I hope that most of those tomatoes will turn on their own before it gets too cool and slows them down. I don't like green tomatoes. Anyway, will use some of the fresh tomatoes in the chili today which should give it some good flavor.

Shad - I do apologize for not being more on the ball with a gift for Sophia. I forget that when it comes to you I have to plan 2 weeks in advance to get things around the world on time. We can talk when you get back as to how I should ship my parcel out. Hope you have a good trip and enjoy the baby.

Michelle - good to hear that you are enjoying the new job and getting along with your co-workers. That's such a big part of the work experience - the people can make or break you and you can deal with even a back breaking amount of work if the support and comraderie is there. Have a good time at the fair.

Ceejay - we had our house in TN alarmed - all of the main floor and one upstairs bedroom window with easy access from the roof. I would have to chose between open windows and fresh air or the alarm on. Wasn't usually a problem except for the times DH was not home which is about the only time I made sure I turned the alarm on. So can't you disengage the alarm during the day when you're home? I hate when you can smell mildew and can't find the source. At least they fixed the pipe. As for your question on the picture, I zoomed in and it looks like those are large rocks/boulders sitting in the water. At that point the water is rather shallow, about knee deep so the rocks stick out quite a bit. Also if it's the cooking you were looking to let someone else handle on the diet plan, you can also work a plan using the diet frozen meals of the Weight Watchers/Smart One, Lean Cuisine or Healthy Choice. WW does breakfast items - I like the egg stuffed quesadillas myself and the breakfast sandwich isn't bad although the cheese always melts on the napkin for me. You can easily get a variety of 3 meals from those lines, add some fresh fruit and vegetables as side dishes and you have your plan. It's just going to take some work to figure out the calorie content of each so that you can stay within limits and of course because it's processed food you'll be getting more salt than make it yourself but it might work for you. You can get a variety of stuff without overcooking and it will do portion control. You can even substitute oatmeal or Special K cereal or something healthy for breakfast outside of the frozen meals.

Hellos to the rest of the Worldlies have a good weekend, I'm about to start cooking...
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Old 08-04-2012, 12:53 PM   #24
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Shad - Have a wonderful trip to see Sophia. Please give her a big hug and kiss from her auntie Chelle since I didn't get my act together to send you something to take to her. Although it sounds like you might not have much room in the baby stuff suitcase for anything else. Funny you should mention Rugby. My director plays on a local amateur Rugby team, and he also coaches girls Rugby. And a coworker is dating a guy who plays on the same Rugby team as our director. I don't know/understand much about Rugby other than the scrums look brutal.



Ceejay - bummer that you can't have a window open while you're at home. I eat a lot of the frozen convenience diet foods (Weight Watchers, Lean Cuisine, etc.). I supplement them with fresh fruits and veggies...or sometimes, I'll heat up a Lean Cuisine dinner and a box/bag of Green Giant veggies. During the week, I let DH cook his own dinner. He grills up a burger or chicken breast or heats up something I made over the weekend and froze the leftovers. The good thing about the frozen dinners is they're usually on sale, taste pretty good and are portion controlled. The downside is they do have a lot of sodium. I think it's excellent that your sister is going to be your coach. You go, Ceejay! You can do this!


Happy - I love the photo of the bear bench and the beautiful lake next to it. It looks so tranquil there, despite the not so peaceful history. We haven't had good sweet corn here, but hopefully there'll be yummy corn at the Fair...there usually is. I think it's awful that the gas prices are going up, and they haven't given a plausible explanation for the 35-50 cents a gallon increase.

Laura - Hope you had a nice breakfast this morning. And if you go out with bf to "celebrate", I hope you have fun...otherwise, enjoy the peace and quiet at home.

Annie - Hope you're feeling better today, sista.


Mel - I hope all is well with you, Jen, Richie and the seniors! And I'm wishing you a quiet, relaxing weekend.

Ellen - I'll bet you're super busy with the kids, the hubby, and all the summer activities. How's your mom doing?


I don't know if I told y'all that the IT team I work with are all on a weight loss kick. The IT director who is a really fun nice guy, has lost 35 or 40 lbs since January. Anyway, they all track their food and exercise daily and since I've started doing this with them, I've lost 4 lbs in a week and a half!!

As for today, I'll make the best possible food choices and I know I'll be doing a lot of walking.

Laundry is beckoning so I'd better get to it.

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Ok chickies, I am still around. Dh was on vacation and I have been away from the computer almost all week. Getting a little sick today, but will try to catchup and post later. Today is going to be a lazy day...DH and his band snagged a gig at a campground, but the kids and I are going to stay home. Ok, talk to you ladies later!
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Hello all my chickie friends and sistas....been running around this morning, cooking and baking this afternoon.

We are going to visit Cs parents and siblings tomorrow, Sunday. His daughter DD1 and BF are going with. I am taking food. Cowboy baked beans, salad, zucchini bread and love. His parents are such a simple people to please with food, it makes my life easy....they think I am a gourmet cook and it is all simple. hahaha...oh well, brownie points that I could care if they keep. I love Curtis and that is all that matters and that he loves me...all established.

LIL man is sick with a cold that makes him cry just a lil bit when he coughs or sneezes. Sis took him to the doc, just viral cold. She is using the neblizer (sp), and giving him tylenol. I babysat him Thurs., and he was so miserable. I held him all evening and let him sleep in my arms. God love him. However, I stopped by today (sat) and he was in a much better mood and smiling at me. Man that lil man has my heart...just you wait SHADDIE...that lil one will steal your heart.

Had to stop right in the middle of my lettuce harvest. Thundar and lightening galour then the rain came in. Will have to wait till the storm passes, gladly as the lawn and garden are all cheering on the rain. haha...and I do not have to water tonight.

Need to get busy on the zucchini bread with cream cheese icing to take to Cs parents tomorrow...best close for now...no time for personals.....

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Sounds like you have a good day planned. Would love to see the Clydesdale in person. They are a majestic, beautiful horse. I'm happy that there is support for you at work concerning weight loss.

Happy
I thought they were boulders but possibly water buffalo. Wow, 66 degree's. I'd be pulling my sweater out of the closet for that. I'm more than ready for some cooler temperature's. We're under a heat advisory today. But tomorrow we are supposed to have rain. I do turn the alarm off during the day light hours so I've had the living room window opened today. Their is no sensor on it just glass breakage. Their's a way to silence the alarm in the bathroom just need to double check things.

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You busy little B. I like your motto. I may have to borrow that one.
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I went to Jenny Craig dot come last night and found a menu for all meals. They use the volumetric's way of eating. I did buy some Lean Cuisine meals this morning at the grocery store. I can manage breakfast and for lunch I'll have the LC then I've decided that since I eat so late at night that I'll be eating salad's and maybe a baked potato.
My shoulders are very sore today. At first I thought it was from the way I'm sleeping but soon figured it was from the exercise. I'm out of shape.
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You snuck in on me. Have fun visiting with C's family. Glad to hear that the lil man is better. All he needed was his Nana.
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THE GOOD NEWS WAS TODAY AND YESTERDAY I GOT TO SLEEP IN.
BUT YESTERDAY TURNED INTO A FIASCO.
2 MEN FELL AND ONE WOMAN ENDED UP IN THE HOSP TOO.
FIRST ONE FELL IN HIS APT. COPS & AMBULANCE CAME.
THE OTHER MAN FELL IN THE LOBBY. IT WAS A NIGHTMARE.
HE WAS CRYING AND WRITHING IN PAIN.
IT TOOK FOREVER TO GET HIM ON THE GURNEY.
HIS WIFE WAS HYSTERICAL.
THE COPS CALLED LATER TO TELL ME HE BROKE MANY BONES INCLUDING HIS HIPS.
LOOKS LIKE HE'S NOT COMING HOME.
NO SOONER DID THE COPS AND AMBULANCE LEAVE AGAIN WHEN THE ALARM WENT OFF.
A WOMAN WAS HEAT PROSTRATE AND NEEDED THE ER.
THEY LEFT AND THE FIRE ALARM WENT OFF.
A WOMAN ON MY FLOOR FORGOT SOMETHING WAS IN THE STOVE.
THE INSANITY ENDED NEAR 8PM.
BECAUSE THE FFLOOR WAS FILLED WITH SMOKE IT CAME IN HERE TOO.
PUT THE A/C IN THE BEDROOM ON AND CLOSED THE DOOR.
THEN I LEFT & FLEW DOWN THE STREET TO GET A SAMMIE.
CAME HOME & ATE 1/2 IN THE COMMUNITY ROOM.
WHEN I CAME UP THE BEDROOM SMELLED OK SO I WENT TO BED.
I COULDN'T KEEP MY EYES OPEN.
TOMORROW IS MY LAST WORK DAY
HOPE TODAY IS CALMER.
I AM GOING TO EAT BREAKFAST & COME BACK TO READ YOUR POSTS.
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LAURA....HOPE THE BATTLE AT WORK ENDS SOON.
THIS WAY YOU CAN STAY OUT OF IT.
GYMS HERE ARE ALL HAVING SALES RIGHT NOW.
SEEMS THE ECONOMY IS KILLING THEM.
EVERYONE I KNOW DROPPED THEIR GYM MEMBERSHIPS.
BYROS!! I HAVEN'T HAD ONE IN YEARS. LOVE THEM




CEEJAY....YOU MUST BE READING MY MIND!
I SAW A COMMERCIAL FOR JENNY CRAIG AND A FRIEND CALLED.
WAY TOO EX[PENSIVE EVEN FOR HER SHE SAID.
HOPE THE HEAD FEELS OK NOW.
WILL YOU BE ACCOUNTABLE TO YOUR SISTER?
GREAT THAT SHE CAN COACH YOU.
HOPE YOUR PLACE GOT AIRED OUT.
MOLD CAN GIVE ANYONE BAD HEADACES! BE CAREFUL



HAPPY....I LOVE THE BENCH!!OMG IT IS ADORABLE.
THE AREA IS BEAUTIFUL AND THANKS FOR THE PICS.
REALLY GORGEOUS AND THE PHOTOS ARE SO CLEAR!
THAT DINER SOUNDED SO GREAT. BROUGHT TEARS TO MY EYES.
I WISH IT WAS THE OLDE DAYS AGAIN!!!
JUKE BOXES AND GREAT DINERS.
HAPPY.....SAVE ME SOME CHILI!!
I'LL BRING A NICE CRUSTY LOAF OF BREAD



SHAD....IT'S A SHAME I DIDN'T LOG ON LAST NIGHT.
I COULD HAVE CALLED BEFORE YOU LEFT....I THINK THE TIME WAS RIGHT?!
SORRY I MISSED FRIDAY. THE RUGMEN LEFT AFTER 7 AND I WAS TOO BEAT TO TALK.
I SUPPOSE IF I WAS A NICE SISTER I SHOULD HAVE CALLED TO AT LEAST SAY THAT. SORRY.
I ATE A TV DINNER AND WENT TO BED.
DIDN'T SEE YOUR POST TILL NOW ABOUT CALLING AGAIN.
SO NOW I AM WAVING GOODBYE
SAFE TRAVELS. HOPE YOU & SOPHIA GET TO SPEND SOME TIME TOGETHER.
GIVE HER HUGS FROM HER AUNTIES





MICHELLE....YOU HAVE A BUSY SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEKEND.
HOPE THE 3 OF YOU ARE FEELING OK AND GET TO ENJOY IT!!
I GT TO SE CLYDESDALES AT THE BUDWEISER PLANT IN ST. LOUIS.
THEY ARE HUGE AND GORGEOUS!!



ELLEN...PRAYING YOU ARE NOT GETTING SICK!!
HOPE YOU GET SOME REST AND WILL FEEL BETTER SOON




ANNIE...SEND A HUG TO JAKE FROM US
FINALLY SOME OF OUR RAIN HAS GONE WEST???
GLAD YOU GOT SOME TOO. WE'RE SICK OF WET HERE!!!
HOPE YOU HAVE A GREAT TIME TODAY WITH THE RELATIVES!!!
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