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  1. Please remove my membership here. To many of you, I'll miss you.
  2. My comments have been deleted. Bye-bye!!
  3. I just had to drop by and repeat Roy's comment on animals in the house, bed, whatever. His comment was 'What if Mary had taken one look at the manger and said 'I'm not laying down there with animals!'?
  4. Sherry

    Ceedie Hotel

    A once stylish, now slightly rundown hotel. RGT Franklin Street kit.
  5. Not the same chow chow we have down here, isn't that odd? Ours is mostly green tomatoes. My grandmother made it all the time and her family was from N Carolina! Maybe she learned it after she moved to Texas. It did have some cabbage in it, but mainly green tomatoes, peppers, and onions. And it isn't soaked in brine, just boiled and sealed in hot mason jars. it's all the bell peppers that make it sweet, I think.
  6. That is really a unique dollhouse and fits the loom beautifully!
  7. What makes me mad is when you return a product to the store and they put it back on the shelf! I buy a boutique type of coffee, that comes with a replaceable lid and an inner seal. I got a can home and realized the inner seal had been half torn off...visions of some kind of sabotage, there. Anyway, I took it back to the store and showed them what had happened, and they gave me another can. Imagine my surprise two weeks later when I bought another can, and after taking the lid off, realized it was the same can I had returned! I did call them back and tell them what I thought about it!
  8. For years we had Weimaraners, who lived in the house most of the time. The last one, which DS1 still has, used to pull at Larry's arm at night, to get Larry to let him out in the yard. As soon as Larry got out of bed, Merlin would jump into his spot and have to be pulled out. He would use the same trick, to get in the easy chair, also. He had a nice furry bed....never did wear it out, though. It's hard to get a 90 lb dog out of an easy chair. LOL!
  9. I've seen her, she's gorgeous! A perfect British matron. Got the second floor primed, the hallway floored and papered, and started on the door in the dividing wall. That's it for now-back to work tomorrow!
  10. Down here, what we consider chow chow is chopped green tomatoes with onion and some pepper, a mild version of a green picante sauce. Tamales are more involved. you cook your ground meat, usually pork or beef.. Then you take the meat drippings and mix with masa flour, oil, seasonings, etc, and spread the mix over a steamed until soft corn shuck. Then you put a spoonful of meat on it, roll it up, and steam the wrapped tamale. They are loads of work to make, and fantastic to eat!
  11. You can get a laptop for 500 or less, nowadays. Small screens but larger than a phone and would do what you need. I would never have a PC again, spoiled to laptops!
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