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Old 05-02-2011, 10:04 AM
 
Location: Hermoso y tranquilo Panamá
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Today's Question(s):

Do you know your ring size ? no clue.

Do you wear a different size on your right hand ? Actually if I remember correctly my right hand is a tad larger - not a huge difference lol but a bit


Extra Credit Question:

I need to remember to/not to: maybe more coffee will help me remember


Inquiring Minds Question:

In honor of Truffles Day

Have you ever had Mushroom Truffles ? No

Do you feel the taste is worth the price which last year ranged from $1,800 to $2,500 a pound ? There is no food on the planet I'd pay this much money for


Bonus Question:

Do you know what "Roberts Rules of Order" are ?


Just for Fun:

Do you like Bread Pudding ? I like bread and I like pudding, but don't believe I've ever had bread pudding


Today in History:
1885 - "Good Housekeeping" magazine is 1st published Didn't realize it had been in publication so long - my mom loved GH
1890 - Territory of Oklahoma created
1902 - 1st science fiction film released, A Trip To The Moon wish I could find this movie LOL bet the special effects were funnier than all get out
1919 - 1st U.S. air passenger service starts
1932 - Pulitzer prize awarded to Pearl S. Buck (Good Earth)
1941 - The Federal Communications Commission agreed to let regular scheduling of TV broadcasts by commercial TV stations begin on July 1, 1941. It was the start of what would become network television.
1974 - Filming got underway for the motion picture, "Jaws", in Martha’s Vineyard, MA. What was to be a 58-day shooting schedule for the film inspired by the Peter Benchley novel soon gave way to 120 days. Costs soared from what was to be a $3.5 million project to $8 million OMG I remember seeing this in the theatre and being totally


Word of the Day:
dandle \ DAN-dl \ , verb;
1. To move a baby or child up and down, as on one's knee or in one's arms. Ahhhhhhh


Today is:
National Truffles Day(the mushroom not the chocolate ones)
Bread Pudding Recipe Exchange Day Eh - though do think there's some chocolate pudding in the fridge
Sibling Appreciation Day
Take a Baby to Lunch Day I seem to recall when I did that I never got to eat
Play Your Ukulele Day Ummm, nope
Roberts Rules of Order Day OK, if I run into a guy named Robert I'll remember his rules are the order of the day

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Old 05-02-2011, 10:19 AM
 
Location: Henderson, NV
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High 70s and sunny in the NV desert today.

Today's Question(s):

Do you know your ring size ? No.

Do you wear a different size on your right hand ? No.

I need to remember to:
1. Put the garbage out on Tuesday.
2. Go to ceramics on Tuesday, not Thursday this week.

Have you ever had Mushroom Truffles ? No.

I love mushrooms and liked the taste of white truffle flavored mashed potatoes, so I guess I'd like Mushroom Truffles (?).

Do you feel the taste is worth the price which last year ranged from $1,800 to $2,500 a pound ? Ah --- that's why I've never eaten them.

Do you know what "Roberts Rules of Order" are ? Yes!

Do you like Bread Pudding ? I'm not much of a dessert eater, but my mum used to make a pretty delish bread pudding that I enjoyed.

Word of the Day:
dandle \ DAN-dl \ , verb;
1. To move a baby or child up and down, as on one's knee or in one's arms. Or out a window, like Michael Jackson did with his youngest son?!

Happy, happy Monday to you all.
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Old 05-02-2011, 10:45 AM
 
Location: Neither here nor there
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Today's Question(s):

Do you know your ring size ? I do for the ONE finger that is still the same size it was 55 years ago--(the only one that doesn't have enlarged knuckles.)

Do you wear a different size on your right hand ? No idea anymore.


Extra Credit Question:

I need to remember to/not to:
1. to: not forget
2. not to: forget


Inquiring Minds Question:


In honor of Truffles Day

Have you ever had Mushroom Truffles ? no

if so, did you
Like them ?
Not so much ?

Do you feel the taste is worth the price which last year ranged from $1,800 to $2,500 a pound ?


Bonus Question:

Do you know what "Roberts Rules of Order" are ? yes

**Yes or no please for those that don't know**


Just for Fun:


Do you like Bread Pudding ? yes


Today in History:
1885 - "Good Housekeeping" magazine is 1st published
1890 - Territory of Oklahoma created my aunt was born there in 1984. For her entire life she always said she was born in "Indian Territory".
1902 - 1st science fiction film released, A Trip To The Moon
1919 - 1st U.S. air passenger service starts
1932 - Pulitzer prize awarded to Pearl S. Buck (Good Earth) Great story teller. I've read several of her books but most enjoyed her autobiography. She had a very interesting life.
1941 - The Federal Communications Commission agreed to let regular scheduling of TV broadcasts by commercial TV stations begin on July 1, 1941. It was the start of what would become network television.
1974 - Filming got underway for the motion picture, "Jaws", in Martha’s Vineyard, MA. What was to be a 58-day shooting schedule for the film inspired by the Peter Benchley novel soon gave way to 120 days. Costs soared from what was to be a $3.5 million project to $8 million


Word of the Day:

dandle \ DAN-dl \ , verb;
1. To move a baby or child up and down, as on one's knee or in one's arms.


Today is:

National Truffles Day(the mushroom not the chocolate ones)
Bread Pudding Recipe Exchange Day
Sibling Appreciation Day
Take a Baby to Lunch Day
Play Your Ukulele Day
Roberts Rules of Order Day
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Old 05-02-2011, 10:46 AM
 
Location: The #1 sunshine state, Arizona.
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[quote=KwaK;18978276]Good morning everyone
Happy Monday

I hope everyone had a great weekend

Great weather this weekend so I was able to do a lot of digging in the dirt

So before I get caught up on my paperwork

Today's Question(s):

Do you know your ring size ? I love jewelry, how could I not?

Do you wear a different size on your right hand ? I can get away with a smaller size on my right hand.


Extra Credit Question:

I need to remember to/not to:
1. Buy dish washing detergent. Exciting life, right?
2.


Inquiring Minds Question:


In honor of Truffles Day

Have you ever had Mushroom Truffles ? No.

if so, did you
Like them ?
Not so much ?

Do you feel the taste is worth the price which last year ranged from $1,800 to $2,500 a pound ? For that price they should throw in a barrel of oil.


Bonus Question:

Do you know what "Roberts Rules of Order" are ? Yes.

**Yes or no please for those that don't know**


Just for Fun:


Do you like Bread Pudding ? Sure do.


Have a great week!
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Old 05-02-2011, 10:48 AM
 
Location: Out there somewhere...
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Today's Question(s):

Do you know your ring size? Yes.

Do you wear a different size on your right hand? Don't wear'em cuz Mr arthritis took over and I don't like that blue/purple/green look..

Extra Credit Question:

I need to remember to/not to:
1. Forget my outdoor hat.
2. Water the potted plants.

Inquiring Minds Question:

In honor of Truffles Day

Have you ever had Mushroom Truffles? No, there are better things not to waste money on.

Bonus Question:

Do you know what "Roberts Rules of Order" are ? Raising hand, yes.

**Yes or no please for those that don't know**

Just for Fun:

Do you like Bread Pudding? If it's made correctly, yes.

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Old 05-02-2011, 11:20 AM
 
Location: Sudcaroland
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Hello!

Today's Question(s):

Do you know your ring size ? No!

Do you wear a different size on your right hand ? No!


Extra Credit Question:

I need to remember to/not to:

1. To call the sprinkle repair guy again.
2. Not to kill the sprinkle repair guy, who didn't show up when he should have.

Inquiring Minds Question:

In honor of Truffles Day

Have you ever had Mushroom Truffles ? Yes

if so, did you
Like them ?
Not so much

Do you feel the taste is worth the price which last year ranged from $1,800 to $2,500 a pound ? Not at all!


Bonus Question:

Do you know what "Roberts Rules of Order" are ? Never heard about that!

Just for Fun:

Do you like Bread Pudding ? I only had bread pudding once, a few weeks ago actually! Yummy!


Today is:

Sibling Appreciation Day
Take a Baby to Lunch Day
Play Your Ukulele Day


Have a nice day!
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Old 05-02-2011, 11:43 AM
 
Location: Texas
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Today's Question(s):

Do you know your ring size ? Yes

Do you wear a different size on your right hand ? No


Extra Credit Question:

I need to remember to/not to:
1. Not wear my house shoes outside in the rain
2. Turn off the outside lights in the morning


Inquiring Minds Question:


In honor of Truffles Day

Have you ever had Mushroom Truffles ? Yes

if so, did you
Like them ? This one
Not so much ?

Do you feel the taste is worth the price which last year ranged from $1,800 to $2,500 a pound ? No


Bonus Question:

Do you know what "Roberts Rules of Order" are ?

I am very aware of what it is and I follow it in one part of my life.
(I can actually be a snot about it.....ahahahahahaha)
**Yes or no please for those that don't know**


Just for Fun:


Do you like Bread Pudding ? Nope.


Today in History:

1885 - "Good Housekeeping" magazine is 1st published
1890 - Territory of Oklahoma created
1902 - 1st science fiction film released, A Trip To The Moon
1919 - 1st U.S. air passenger service starts
1932 - Pulitzer prize awarded to Pearl S. Buck (Good Earth)
1941 - The Federal Communications Commission agreed to let regular scheduling of TV broadcasts by commercial TV stations begin on July 1, 1941. It was the start of what would become network television.
1974 - Filming got underway for the motion picture, "Jaws", in Martha’s Vineyard, MA. What was to be a 58-day shooting schedule for the film inspired by the Peter Benchley novel soon gave way to 120 days. Costs soared from what was to be a $3.5 million project to $8 million
They had so much tech trouble with "Bruce" the shark.

Word of the Day:

dandle \ DAN-dl \ , verb;
1. To move a baby or child up and down, as on one's knee or in one's arms.


Today is:

National Truffles Day(the mushroom not the chocolate ones)
Bread Pudding Recipe Exchange Day
Sibling Appreciation Day I'll call my sis.
Take a Baby to Lunch Day
Play Your Ukulele Day
Roberts Rules of Order Day
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Old 05-02-2011, 11:44 AM
 
Location: Vashon, WA
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Today's Question(s):

Do you know your ring size ? Nope

Do you wear a different size on your right hand ? I don't wear rings

Inquiring Minds Question:

In honor of Truffles Day

Have you ever had Mushroom Truffles ? Nope

Do you feel the taste is worth the price which last year ranged from $1,800 to $2,500 a pound ?


Bonus Question:

Do you know what "Roberts Rules of Order" are ? Nope

**Yes or no please for those that don't know**


Just for Fun:

Do you like Bread Pudding ?
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Old 05-02-2011, 11:51 AM
 
Location: Sittin' on the rocks at the bay...
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Originally Posted by KwaK View Post
Good Happy Monday Everybody!!

Today's Question(s):

Do you know your ring size ? yes

Do you wear a different size on your right hand ? no


Extra Credit Question:

I need to remember to/not to:
1. bring the dog back to the vet at 4:30 since some of his staples are loose
2. get to the bank and open a biz account!!! SO busy I haven't had time yet!!!!!!!!!!!!


Inquiring Minds Question:

In honor of Truffles Day

Have you ever had Mushroom Truffles ?

if so, did you
Like them ?
Not so much ? Nasty as chit imo and I love me some mushrooms

Do you feel the taste is worth the price which last year ranged from $1,800 to $2,500 a pound ? no! you might as well just stir some dirt into your food. LOL

Bonus Question:

Do you know what "Roberts Rules of Order" are ? Yes

Just for Fun:

Do you like Bread Pudding ? Yes

Today is:
National Truffles Day(the mushroom not the chocolate ones)
Bread Pudding Recipe Exchange Day
Take a Baby to Lunch Day
Play Your Ukulele Day
Roberts Rules of Order Day
.
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Old 05-02-2011, 12:12 PM
 
Location: Orlando, Florida
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