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Old 03-31-2010, 07:54 AM
Status: "Hawaii here I come!" (set 28 days ago)
 
Location: NJ, but my heart & soul are in Hawaii
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Today's Question(s):
On March 1 we talked about the expression "In like a lion out like a lamb" so

Will March end for you with "Out like a lamb" weather ? Yes, at least it stopped raining.


Bonus Question:

They would be "Plum Crazy" to let me write a book ?


Extra Credit Question:

What was the last thing you had to "wait your turn" for ? had to wait in the drive thru lane at the bank.


Just for Fun:

Do you know anyone who is an expert in "Bedizen" ? No....but have seen some

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Old 03-31-2010, 08:02 AM
 
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[quote=Karla with a K;13531762]
B]Today's Question(s):
Will March end for you with "Out like a lamb" weather ? Like a lovely, soft baby lamb. Spring in Texas is awesome.

Bonus Question:
They would be "Plum Crazy" to let me __________ ? Retire as soon as I want. (The big day will be later this year.)

Extra Credit Question:
What was the last thing you had to "wait your turn" for ? The xerox machine. Some people think their work is as important as mine…

Just for Fun:
Do you know anyone who is an expert in "Bedizen" ? If I did, I wouldnt admit it.
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Today is:
National Clams on the Halfshell Day YAY! food!
Tater Day And yet more food!
Oranges and Lemons Day - yay I have both out in the garden I’m wondering what fried orange slices would taste like....
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Old 03-31-2010, 08:04 AM
 
Location: Northeastern WI
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Today's Question(s):
On March 1 we talked about the expression "In like a lion out like a lamb" so

Will March end for you with "Out like a lamb" weather ?


Bonus Question:

They would be "Plum Crazy" to let me __________ ?


Extra Credit Question:

What was the last thing you had to "wait your turn" for ?


Just for Fun:

Do you know anyone who is an expert in "Bedizen" ?





Last thing I had to wait my turn for was a grocery store line, of course. Of course, it never dails, I always seem to end up in the line where the person in front of me cant seem to find a card that will actually approve, or a check that goes through, grrrr!
Dont know what Bedizen' is, but it sounds like an Rx sleeping med to me.

Oranges and lemons, I love oranges!
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Old 03-31-2010, 08:05 AM
 
Location: Sunshine Coast, BC
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Today's Question(s):
On March 1 we talked about the expression "In like a lion out like a lamb" so

Will March end for you with "Out like a lamb" weather ?
Yes, pretty "lamb-like" these days, weather-wise. High 20's Celsius, or low 80's Fahrenheit. Very pleasant, nice weather. Mostly sunny, bit of a cloud, breezy. Nice.

Bonus Question:

They would be "Plum Crazy" to let me be in charge of the Justice system. They'd have to build a lot more prisons and have prisoners right their wrongs to their victims!

Extra Credit Question:

What was the last thing you had to "wait your turn" for ?
Going through the turnstiles at the train station this afternoon.

Just for Fun:

Do you know anyone who is an expert in "Bedizen" ?

Had to look that one up .... ooh yes, a few people I know are experts in it. Couple of them at work.

Today in History:
1850 - U.S. population hits 23,191,876 - Australia's population isn't even at that point yet!
1889 - The Eiffel Tower opened. The Eiffel Tower was named after its designer, architect, Alexandre Gustave Eiffel
1896 - Whitcomb Judson, Chicago, patents a hookless fastening, also known as the zipper Genius!
1918 - Daylight saving time went into effect throughout the United States for the first time. My State here in Oz doesn't have DST!
1954 - U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado, established


Word of the Day:
bedizen \bih-DY-zuhn\ , transitive verb;
1. To dress or adorn in gaudy manner.

Today is:
National Clams on the Halfshell Day - Yum!
Tater Day - Yum again!
Oranges and Lemons Day - More Yum! I have a lemon and lime tree. Had an Orange tree a few years ago but it was destroyed in a windstorm unfortunately.
National Farm Workers Day - Bless them! People who bring us Yum!
Crayola Day - My kids loved their Crayola!
"She's Funny That Way" Day
"Out Like A Lamb" Day
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Old 03-31-2010, 08:11 AM
 
Location: N of citrus, S of decent corn
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Today's Question(s):
On March 1 we talked about the expression "In like a lion out like a lamb" so

Will March end for you with "Out like a lamb" weather ? Absolutely. 65 degrees today and into the 70's and sunny tomorrow and through the weekend.

Bonus Question:

They would be "Plum Crazy" to let me..rule the world, but I bet I could do a better job.


Extra Credit Question:

What was the last thing you had to "wait your turn" for ? The cashier in the grocery store.


Just for Fun:

Do you know anyone who is an expert in "Bedizen" ?
Oh yes! I know the most amazing woman in her 80's, who is extremely intellegent and seems to know everyone in the world..or at least knows someone who knows someone. She's very well travelled and Auntie Mame-ish. She tends to dress in themes. Valentines, Autumn, or whatever holiday. She is usually stitching on something, like sewing a pink ruffle onto a sweater for VD day, or sewing bells onto some shoes for Christmas...you get the idea. I aspire to be as eccentric when I am old.
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Old 03-31-2010, 08:12 AM
 
Location: Hermoso y tranquilo Panamá
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Originally Posted by Karla with a K View Post
Good morning everyone
Happy Wednesday
Also I forgot yesterday to wish a Happy Passover to all of our QOTD family who are celebrating this holiday.

Today we wave goodbye to March, wow this month went by really fast

lol No you are not seeing things, it is a really early start for

Today's Question(s):
On March 1 we talked about the expression "In like a lion out like a lamb" so

Will March end for you with "Out like a lamb" weather ? Won't know until I look out the window.


Bonus Question:

They would be "Plum Crazy" to let me __________ ? be head of the bar association because after I got done taking care of business, there would be about 85% fewer licensed attorneys


Extra Credit Question:

What was the last thing you had to "wait your turn" for ? Well, my assistant takes care of shopping and banking lol so I guess driving home from the office yesterday, cars coming in the opposite direction and an elderly man decided to stop in the road so he could 'chat' with a friend of his. Had to wait for other traffic to go by so I could pass him.


Just for Fun:

Do you know anyone who is an expert in "Bedizen" ?



Today in History:
1889 - The Eiffel Tower opened. The Eiffel Tower was named after its designer, architect, Alexandre Gustave Eiffel
1896 - Whitcomb Judson, Chicago, patents a hookless fastening, also known as the zipper
1918 - Daylight saving time went into effect throughout the United States for the first time.
1954 - U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado, established


Word of the Day:
bedizen \bih-DY-zuhn\ , transitive verb;
1. To dress or adorn in gaudy manner.

Today is:
National Clams on the Halfshell Day once again - allergic
Tater Day Every day is Tater Day for me lol
Oranges and Lemons Day - yay I have both out in the gardenMe too, along with coffee bushes
National Farm Workers Day
Crayola Day
"She's Funny That Way" Day LOL yeah, well, what can i say
Hope everyone has a great day! Tomorrow banks and non-essential government offices close down at noon for the long holiday weekend, so think Big Mama is going to work from home tomorrow and take a long weekend too
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Old 03-31-2010, 08:16 AM
 
Location: Southern California
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Good morning everyone. Crisp morning in Calif. We expect rain...but sometime the weathermen are wrong. I hope you all have a great day.

Today's Question(s):
On March 1 we talked about the expression "In like a lion out like a lamb" so

Will March end for you with "Out like a lamb" weather ?


Yes, love the cooler weather. As soon as it reaches in the 90's we are cooked. lol

Bonus Question:

They would be "Plum Crazy" to let me SHOP ALL DAY ?


Extra Credit Question:

What was the last thing you had to "wait your turn" for ?

TO SEE THE DOCTOR.





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Old 03-31-2010, 08:20 AM
 
Location: Oswego, IL
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Today's Question(s):
On March 1 we talked about the expression "In like a lion out like a lamb" so

Will March end for you with "Out like a lamb" weather ?
Sunny, 75F do we have mint jelly to go with this lamb?


Bonus Question:

They would be "Plum Crazy" to let me loose in Best Buy with an unlimited budget.


Extra Credit Question:

What was the last thing you had to "wait your turn" for ?
A table at a local family restaurant. They are very busy Sundays after church.



Just for Fun:

Do you know anyone who is an expert in "Bedizen" ?
Anyone I know with extra money spends it on race car parts not clothing accessories.



Today in History:
1850 - U.S. population hits 23,191,876
1889 - The Eiffel Tower opened. The Eiffel Tower was named after its designer, architect, Alexandre Gustave Eiffel
1896 - Whitcomb Judson, Chicago, patents a hookless fastening, also known as the zipper
1918 - Daylight saving time went into effect throughout the United States for the first time.
1954 - U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado, established


Word of the Day:
bedizen \bih-DY-zuhn\ , transitive verb;
1. To dress or adorn in gaudy manner.

Today is:
National Clams on the Halfshell Day
Tater Day
Oranges and Lemons Day - yay I have both out in the garden
National Farm Workers Day
Crayola Day
"She's Funny That Way" Day
"Out Like A Lamb" Day
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Old 03-31-2010, 08:34 AM
 
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Good am!
Today's Question(s):
On March 1 we talked about the expression "In like a lion out like a lamb" so Will March end for you with "Out like a lamb" weather ? Yep, just as I predicted.

Bonus Question:

They would be "Plum Crazy" to let me I'm drawing a blank

Extra Credit Question:

What was the last thing you had to "wait your turn" for ? A wait in the grocery line.

Just for Fun:

Do you know anyone who is an expert in "Bedizen" ? Not personally

Word of the Day:
bedizen \bih-DY-zuhn\ , transitive verb;
1. To dress or adorn in gaudy manner.
^
Today is:
National Clams on the Halfshell Day
Tater Day
Oranges and Lemons Day - yay I have both out in the garden
National Farm Workers Day
Crayola Day
"She's Funny That Way" Day
"Out Like A Lamb" Day

Have a great day all!
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Old 03-31-2010, 08:48 AM
 
Location: Wallens Ridge
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[quote=Karla with a K;13531762]Good morning everyone
Happy Wednesday
Also I forgot yesterday to wish a Happy Passover to all of our QOTD family who are celebrating this holiday.

Today we wave goodbye to March, wow this month went by really fast

lol No you are not seeing things, it is a really early start for

Today's Question(s):
On March 1 we talked about the expression "In like a lion out like a lamb" so 76 and bight sunshine here

Will March end for you with "Out like a lamb" weather ? see above


Bonus Question:

They would be "Plum Crazy" to let me _become President ?


Extra Credit Question:

What was the last thing you had to "wait your turn" for ? registering a car


Just for Fun:

Do you know anyone who is an expert in "Bedizen" ?
What?

Have a great HUMP day
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