- In a message dated 05/03/2000 11:32:33 AM Central Daylight Time, firstname.lastname@example.org writes: OMG did I EVER read that wrong theMessage 1 of 4 , May 3, 2000View SourceIn a message dated 05/03/2000 11:32:33 AM Central Daylight Time,
<< two story whare house >>
OMG did I EVER read that wrong the first time... ROFLMAO!!!!
Lady Grietje "Good Grief" Crynes the Udderly Blindsided
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- ... several of the fighter practices in this canton are held at a home with a deliciously large back yard for the fighters and the kids, and the full basementMessage 2 of 4 , May 3, 2000View Source
>Holly Grimmett wrote:several of the fighter practices in this canton are held at a home
> Our fighter practices are usually on Sunday afternoons, at a local
>park. I don't know that we'd be able to >combine the two here (what a
>great idea though!!) but I am going to bring it up at the next meeting.
>our >marshal has been complaining about attendance at fighter practice,
>this would be a good way IMO to get >more people to come out.
with a deliciously large back yard for the fighters and the kids, and the
full basement inside has multiple sewing machines set up... and advice,
pattern exchanges occur... and much weaving among the ladies...
>Dawnkitty, i gotta tell you that you made me HOWL with laughter to
> The girls are upstairs sewing, and the boys go downstairs to make loud
>noises with lots of tools and such. >I have never seen them come back up
>stairs having actually made something, but one can still hope! It is
>>great to be able to sew with out the bored male interference!
>Dawnkitty whose mood is starting to improve.
the point my son left his trucks and cars to ask what tickled me!!! ahhh
the pounding is male bonding at it's best!!! and out from underfoot is
great for female bonding <grin>!!!
Feisty by Nature
- went to buy a mundane dress today (am presenting at a National Conference the end of this month); i went to my favorite outlet store (a branch of only PlusMessage 3 of 4 , May 6, 2000View Sourcewent to buy a mundane dress today (am presenting at a National Conference
the end of this month); i went to my favorite outlet store (a branch of
only Plus sizes)... found my outfit, then began to scour for Garb... came
home with a black broom skirt, a black gauzey blouse that will suffice,
several pair of loose pants that i'll run elastic through the hems; a black
poet shirt for my 15 yr old daughter and pants for her... plus a pair of
red ultrasuede pants ($1) size 22... (i'm a 26).. but thought about using
the suede for quirky purses... UNTIL i looked at the pants hem... i knew
they were lines... MY GOODNESS! i bagged REAL LEATHER pants for $1!!! i
tried them on-- since i am already losing some weight, they're a large
size 22, and in about 15-20 pounds i can wear them-- mundanely or
Garbwise... WHAT A GRAND FIND!!! and i give you folks the credit for
making me more alert in my hunt today (by the way, all i listed above came
Feisty by Nature