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LittleMermaid

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Not sure who that is, was that a former boyfriend?
Na lol he's just an annoying celebrity with a face I wanna punch!
I think I feel this way because the first movie I saw him in was "Waiting" and his character is really awful in that movie.
 
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Na lol he's just an annoying celebrity with a face I wanna punch!
I think I feel this way because the first movie I saw him in was "Waiting" and his character is really awful in that movie.
I'm trying to think of a celebrity whose face I dont want to punch 🤔
 

JesusLives

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My honey and I celebrated our 5th anniversary at home after he got off work a little later than usual. I love Doordash as they brought our Outback steaks to us for a nice celebration dinner in the comfort of our home. Here is to many more years together my love.
 
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My honey and I celebrated our 5th anniversary at home after he got off work a little later than usual. I love Doordash as they brought our Outback steaks to us for a nice celebration dinner in the comfort of our home. Here is to many more years together my love.
Congragulations :giggle: I get happy when marriages are doing good.
 

tourist

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My honey and I celebrated our 5th anniversary at home after he got off work a little later than usual. I love Doordash as they brought our Outback steaks to us for a nice celebration dinner in the comfort of our home. Here is to many more years together my love.
Yes indeed. Love my honey. Outback Steakhouse. No Rules - Just Right.
 

morefaithrequired

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Its 5.30am here. Another beautiful day in paradise. My dog is eager to get his walk. He really nails polite cute bossiness!
This time of year in Oz is my fave. 5 am sunrises. Early mornings are gold! Fresh air. A hint of summer.
Praise the Lord!
 

tourist

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Its 5.30am here. Another beautiful day in paradise. My dog is eager to get his walk. He really nails polite cute bossiness!
This time of year in Oz is my fave. 5 am sunrises. Early mornings are gold! Fresh air. A hint of summer.
Praise the Lord!
I enjoy the early mornings too, especially during winter in Florida when the air is crisp with low humidity.
 
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forgive me father for i have sinned by over eating all the spaghetti

urf
 

Magenta

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My honey and I celebrated our 5th anniversary at home after he got off work a little later than usual. I love Doordash as they brought our Outback steaks to us for a nice celebration dinner in the comfort of our home. Here is to many more years together my love.
Belated 5th wedding anniversary greetings! Here we are in December again... already :oops:

Wishing you and Jerry deep contentment and happily married bliss for the rest of your lives :)
 

Magenta

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This is the fifth blueberry/lemon concoction I have made since the first one a week ago Friday night. That one went to my daughters' place, the next two to work during the week, last night's went to church this morning, and tonight's will go to a community group potluck tomorrow evening :) As you can see, I tried this one in a Bundt pan :cool: What is not visible is the fact that I used three different types of flour including kamut, which is supposed to be more nutritious and higher in protein :D For the next one I may use a sugar substitute for some of the sweetener, as maple sugar is too expensive and does not last very long. I put a full pint of blueberries in this one :D Last nights' had raspberries as well, but they do not hold up to being blended into the thick dough.


It was not originally my plan but now that I am on this lemon/blueberry baking kick, I may as well make my own cake for my nine years of sobriety milestone next Saturday at the regular Saturday morning meeting I have been attending :D
 

Ghoti2

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This is the fifth blueberry/lemon concoction I have made since the first one a week ago Friday night. That one went to my daughters' place, the next two to work during the week, last night's went to church this morning, and tonight's will go to a community group potluck tomorrow evening :) As you can see, I tried this one in a Bundt pan :cool: What is not visible is the fact that I used three different types of flour including kamut, which is supposed to be more nutritious and higher in protein :D For the next one I may use a sugar substitute for some of the sweetener, as maple sugar is too expensive and does not last very long. I put a full pint of blueberries in this one :D Last nights' had raspberries as well, but they do not hold up to being blended into the thick dough.

It was not originally my plan but now that I am on this lemon/blueberry baking kick, I may as well make my own cake for my nine years of sobriety milestone next Saturday at the regular Saturday morning meeting I have been attending :D
Maybe one for Mr. Wilson's family?
 

Magenta

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Maybe one for Mr. Wilson's family?
Who might Mr. Wilson be? :unsure::giggle::geek:

Oh, by "sugar substitute" I mean stevia or monk fruit. Those are natural,
with the added bonus of being extremely low calorie and carb :D


I use stevia regularly in my coffee :D

I just looked up monk fruit; the extract is nearly 300 times sweeter than sugar o_O
 

Ghoti2

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Who might Mr. Wilson be? :unsure::giggle::geek:

Oh, by "sugar substitute" I mean stevia or monk fruit. Those are natural,
with the added bonus of being extremely low calorie and carb :D


I use stevia regularly in my coffee :D

I just looked up monk fruit; the extract is nearly 300 times sweeter than sugar o_O
I think you know Bill W.
 

Magenta

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I think you know Bill W.
Yes, it is an AA meeting where I will be acknowledging nine years of continuous sobriety one day at a time :D

I first got clean and sober in 1994 but relapsed after eight years, three and a half months :unsure:
 

calibob

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Who might Mr. Wilson be? :unsure::giggle::geek:

Oh, by "sugar substitute" I mean stevia or monk fruit. Those are natural,
with the added bonus of being extremely low calorie and carb :D


I use stevia regularly in my coffee :D

I just looked up monk fruit; the extract is nearly 300 times sweeter than sugar o_O
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