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Old 05-29-2008, 12:16 PM
 
Location: San Antonio
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I'm so glad you two had a great evening!! And dd loved your son!! (And the pup!!) OH! And you guys overpaid her! She said, "oh man! My math skills were NOT working tonight! I need to give them some of this back!"

And no, sapphire, mojokitty neither looked or smelled like a monkey!! She looked absolutely beautiful!!!!
No way! We didn't overpay her! She was awesome and we look forward to her sitting for us again. Consider the pay a little tip especially for sitting on my big birthday and us coming home a bit late for a school night!
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Old 05-29-2008, 12:42 PM
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*can I babysit?
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Old 05-29-2008, 01:03 PM
 
Location: San Antonio, Texas
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Mojo, yes, my hubby can grill, smoke, bake anything. We get Southern Living, Paula Deen, Bon Apetit, Savuer, Organic Gardening, Cottage Living & Food & Wine Magazines. Sounds like were magazine junkies like you! I on the other hand, cannot cook. I can bake though.While I was in College I worked for a Diner & made all the cakes & pies you see in the display case.
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Old 05-29-2008, 01:05 PM
 
Location: San Antonio, Texas
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30 is young! I think women look their best in their 30's & 40's. Im 36 now & weve been married 10 years (together for 15 years). We are very happy. I love being married!
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Old 05-29-2008, 01:10 PM
 
Location: Wiesbaden, Germany
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I have heard that your 30's are actually not bad and a lot of people say it was their favorite birthday. Much better than your 20's. My DH and I have been married 7 years now and still going strong. We got our son when I was 26, and we are still moving all over the place. I wonder what my 30's will bring....
oof, good thing I read that more than once.. somehow I saw loving the first time...
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Old 05-29-2008, 01:44 PM
 
Location: San Antonio
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Mojo, yes, my hubby can grill, smoke, bake anything. We get Southern Living, Paula Deen, Bon Apetit, Savuer, Organic Gardening, Cottage Living & Food & Wine Magazines. Sounds like were magazine junkies like you! I on the other hand, cannot cook. I can bake though.While I was in College I worked for a Diner & made all the cakes & pies you see in the display case.
I get Taste of Home, Light and Tasty, Cooking Light, Weight Watchers, Home and Garden, Food and Wine, and Bon Apetit. Then, I also tend to pick mags up here and there at the store. I'm thinking about getting Gourmet magazine too. My husband also gets entertainment weekly magazine and a world of magazines for his profession. Your husband sounds like me! I can do just about anything cooking wise. Your husband should teach my husband how to smoke though! I think his smoker leaks too much smoke and we aren't sure how to fix that. He can't seem to hold his temps very easily. I'm sure it just takes time to learn.
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Old 05-31-2008, 11:30 AM
djw
 
Location: Georgia
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For anyone not reading the off-topic thread...
If you are in need of an internet cafe, the one on Potranco Rd is pretty neat. It's family owned (bonus!), offers hourly-rates for PC/Internet use, or you can bring your laptop for the wireless connect (it's cheaper that way). They also offer internet gaming and have X-Box w/ big flat screens for gaming. Bring your own games or use theirs.
They also offer/sale light snacks and drinks.
They will allow you to leave a teen-ish aged kid there while you get your nails done next door or run other errands. They are also having a lock-in next Friday for 13 and up.
Right now they open at noon, but the owner said hours may change depending on demand over the summer.

Just my plug for an family owned upstart. Hope they have a good summer!

I can't recall the name... Maybe Net Cafe? But it's on Potranco next to the kids playplace and near the Church's Chicken.

Last edited by djw; 05-31-2008 at 11:31 AM.. Reason: forgot something
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Old 05-31-2008, 12:19 PM
 
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That's a great review - I was wondering about that place!
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Old 06-04-2008, 09:20 AM
 
Location: Wiesbaden, Germany
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There's a new vet/dog groomer on Potranco @ Ellison behind the Walgreens. They're not actually new, but a new location for what was Sharp Animal Hospital. I've been taking my chow to their groomer (Lorenzo) for years and this new location is so much better than the old one which was near Fudruckers on 410 south of Ingram. The building is brand new and Very nice inside. Lorenzo was really happy with it because his area is now all brand new and made specifically for him. I'd never seen him smile until today. Even my chow was happy, for a minute.. took her a little while to figure out this was another one of those not fun rides...
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Old 06-04-2008, 09:51 AM
 
Location: Smalltown, USA
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I get Taste of Home, Light and Tasty, Cooking Light, Weight Watchers, Home and Garden, Food and Wine, and Bon Apetit. Then, I also tend to pick mags up here and there at the store. I'm thinking about getting Gourmet magazine too. My husband also gets entertainment weekly magazine and a world of magazines for his profession. Your husband sounds like me! I can do just about anything cooking wise. Your husband should teach my husband how to smoke though! I think his smoker leaks too much smoke and we aren't sure how to fix that. He can't seem to hold his temps very easily. I'm sure it just takes time to learn.
One question: What do you do with all your magazines when you are finished with them? I only subscribe to a couple (Family Circle and JP) I don't even read the Family Circle, I only ordered it as a fund raiser from my daughter. I do recycle them but only after I have a huge stack of them that I am sick of looking at. I couldn't even imagine what I would do with as many mags as y'all are talking about.
Maybe I could donate them to a women's shelter or something???? I just hate to toss them out (to the recycle bin), some of them have never even been opened.
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