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Merry Christmas to all who celebrate it!

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Dec. 23rd, 2011 08:30 pm
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If you like hurt/comfort tales, then run, don't walk, to Peaceheather's Distress Signals. Post NFA, Spuffy, and it's her very first foray into the fandom. Intriguing premise, and very well written. Totally recommended. And she's posting chapters very quickly.
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Ooh, I've played with some of my settings! I don't know what half of the things mean, but my site is looking niftier!
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I finally have my Xmas eve dinner figured out. My brother suggested I make country style pork ribs and sauerkraut. It's something my mother used to make and is one of his favorites. So in honor of my Mom and our first Xmas without her I am going to make the attempt. Serving up some new potatoes and a couple of vegetable dishes too. Dessert will be a Marie Callendar's pecan pie. Here's hoping I can pull this off. It's the only day of the year that I cook for my brothers and I tend to experiment on them.
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Does anyone share my excitement that they've brought back the Aquaman comic books and Geoff Johns is writing them? No? Just me then. Yes, I do read other than BTVS. :)
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We'll be off the the Sierras again this weekend to see if we have better luck with the trout fishing. Now that most of the snow has melted and the creeks have run, the fishing should pick up. And we'll be able to reach the back country lakes.

We finally booked our flight for our trip to Germany. Geez louise, talk about expensive. However, if we had booked three weeks ago like I wanted, we would have saved over $100. That's a lot of Starbucks lattes, people. My husband does tend to drag his feet.
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Whoa! I'm being inundated with Seasonal Spuffy! I guess it's part of the transfer.

Big 0

Aug. 2nd, 2011 02:45 pm
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Got skunked! Only 5 fish caught all day, for 23 anglers. I may retire from salt water fishing if this keeps up.
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Getting ready to go fishing for tuna right now. We'll be boating out of San Diego and heading into Mexican waters (had to get a Mexican fishing license). We will fish all day Monday and then arrive back in San Diego on Monday morning. Unfortunately the fish report says that fishing is spotty at best. And I have so many people where I work, especially our lab director, who are waiting for fish (I don't like seafood so I give it away). THE PRESSURE!!!!!!!

Wish me luck!
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Just returned from a lovely day with my husband, driving south to antique places in Temecula and San Marcos, then lunch in Julian, then off to San Diego to see James Marsters and Ghost of the Robot perform at Indiefest. Found a couple of nice antiques, and also a nice reproduction of a Thomas Kinkade landscape ( I love his stuff ) that is now on the wall of our living room.
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Michael Rosenbaum is coming back for the Smallville finale. All is right with the world.


Dec. 17th, 2010 07:12 pm
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It seems this year it's only raining on the weekends. There go all the plans. And I'm not looking forward to standing in the rain in Santa Monica waiting for Ghost of the Robot to perform (although I'll enjoy seeing them). To ease the pain there will be cupcakes. I guess being forced indoors this weekend, for the most part, means more Christmas baking too. There's some lemonade from those lemons!
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Yummy turkey yesterday thanks to my mother-in-law. She cooks her turkeys in a bag and they always come out great. Add to that her famous fresh garlic laden red chili salsa and we're in business.

After dinner we went home and got comfy - watched "How to Train Your Dragon". Cute movie.


Sep. 22nd, 2010 05:47 pm
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Going to my last Angels game of the season on Saturday. I don't think my brother is going to renew our season tickets so it'll be a swan song of sorts. These are awesome seats right behind home plate, but the cost is high and my brother's business has suffered with this economy. And once you give them up you can't get them back. Our family has had these seats for over 20 years. But we just can't afford them now. So my daughter went to her last game yesterday, I go Saturday, and my son goes next Monday. Goodbye seats! We'll miss ya!


Sep. 12th, 2010 08:03 pm
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Started our fall season. My over 40 team won 7-1. I had two shots on goal but didn't score. But I feel I played well. I am the oldest on the team so I always put a little pressure on myself. But it went well. My over 50 team did not fare as well. We were up 1-0 at the half and then two of our players got hurt. We were down to 9 with no subs. Lost 2-1. We'll get 'em next time!
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Am I the only one who's getting excited for the new season of Fringe? I've lost 3 of my favorite shows Lost, Heroes, and 24. But I still have Fringe, House, and Smallville. I'm not sure which of the new shows I'm willing to give a try. But I'll probably add one or two to my list.
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I made such a nice post about things I remember of my childhood in my LJ (not here). But I put the whole thing behind a cut and I bet most of my flist didn't bother to read it. I caught the error and fixed it but I think it was too late. I just have the worst trouble with my posts - I'm an LJ doofus.
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I have a day off from soccer. I played 3 full field 90 minute games on Sunday - and the first two we had no subs. Then last night I played indoor with no subs. My legs are jello. But I lost 3 pounds!
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I'm so on the mend. After London it'll be back to soccer and 4 leagues.
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Too bad about the Galaxy. Lost the finals in penalty kicks. Maybe next year!


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