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Old 03-31-2010, 06:31 PM
Location: Memphis - home of the king
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Making me hungrier!
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Old 03-31-2010, 08:01 PM
Location: Colorado
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Originally Posted by Karla with a K View Post
Good morning everyone And good evening to you, Karla with a K!

Happy Wednesday Happy almost Thursday!
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 ?
It hasn't been a lion today, but it certainly wasn't a lamb....showers were expected, but we just got wind......

Bonus Question:

They would be "Plum Crazy" to let me _remove some tonsils_________ ?

Extra Credit Question:

What was the last thing you had to "wait your turn" for ?
To be seated at Cheesecake Factory for a birthday luncheon yesterday.

Just for Fun:

Do you know anyone who is an expert in "Bedizen" ?
Boy, I had to look that one up before I answered! (It showed a strange Goth girl). I was in Macy's yesterday with a friend.....a woman well into her 60's, wearing way too much make-up, with two, very high, round (100% fake), boobs busting out of a sparkly bebe white top, had on a very big, strange, necklace. Thank gawd we didn't know her, but we sure did notice!

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
Sleep well, Karla with a K!
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