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 Post subject: HHHH HH
PostPosted: Mon Aug 06, 2018 4:21 pm 
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Holiday Hot, Hot, Hot Happy Hour...I know froggy's in, Cheers! So my nephew is 40 not 32 and my 48yo niece was there...now I know how my mother feels :lol: I'm sure the 'kids' get a kick out of the adult version memories of their childhood during our 'hay' day. :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: HHHH HH
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I’m sure you’ll always be the cool Aunt Karen. Aunts get a pass about childhood memories and stuff.

Not sure what got into me but decided to make a Diet Coke with two shots of Bushmills to hang in/by the pool. Cheers all!

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Cold one here, just brutal today, temp 92 feels like 102

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Wow, Linda joining in HH. I'm glad you had a good time Karen. I'm in the A/C with some red wine - D/O sausage, peppers, onions and garlic bread for dinner tonight.

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Cheers, I’ve had enough Florida weather for the time being :roll:
Can we please have normal MA summer temperatures!


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LOL, I've had enough of Florida weather. Cept, I live here. Baby found my computer cord and put it in his mouth......cried for a minute and seems fine. No lasting effects! I stuck it in my own mouth and it took a few times before I got "bit". It was like a 9 volt battery. We will move our cords and watch him more carefully.
DH had red wine and I had Wild Cherry White Claw seltzer. Time for a quick nap till 7pm.

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our outside temp is only 94 not too bad :roll: i had turkey and kenny had linguine and clam. there's still enough of that left for another meal.

yes, karen all aunts gets passes. i could only imagine the looks that go on behind my back. poor jackson, maryanne i would have never thought to try it myself......

just gatorade here.

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Cheers everyone. Just water for me. This Florida weather will probably end just as I head to Florida. :lol:

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Yes I am in Karen. We were out on the boat most of the day. Came in went to the fish market and got two 3 pound lobsters and a 2 pound lobster for Nancy. Lobster is the birthday dinner of choice for me. Of course I cook the while I am getting cooked. Spiked seltzer water out on the boat, scotch when I get in and with dinner now the Schrobbeler for an after dinner drink.
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Good evening. We enjoyed a nice dinner w/ Matthew (few and far between). I took a few steaks out of the freezer for Mike to grill (2 filets from Omaha and 2 thin rib eyes from a previous dinner that we didn't need to cook then). Had them w/ a chopped SW salad (kit) and potatoes au gratin (also from Omaha Steaks - I'm becoming a fan).

Hoping for a walk or a boat ride in a little while.

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We had homemade mac and cheese...new recipe...said it was creamy...sure was and I used more macaroni than it called for...it was dang good though! Leftover ribs...green beans. I finished the bubbly I opened yesterday. Good thinking Maryanne...trying it yourself and now is the time to move all the cords and cover the outlets! :wink: Froggy your birthday dinner sounds yummy! Karen :lol: ....thought today's holiday was only in Ontario....guess my distracted sister was wrong :lol: Have a good evening friends!

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The dashboard temp in my car read 107...after baking for 4 hours.
(Actual temp was probably 87, but it said the 'feels like' was 109.)

"On the wagon" so far today, but I may indulge in a sole glass of red wine just before bedtime.
Had leftover fried fish from yesterday's restaurant meal. It was accompanied by some Swiss chard from the freezer.

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ann wrote:
We had homemade mac and cheese...new recipe...said it was creamy...sure was and I used more macaroni than it called for...it was dang good though! Leftover ribs...green beans. I finished the bubbly I opened yesterday. Good thinking Maryanne...trying it yourself and now is the time to move all the cords and cover the outlets! :wink: Froggy your birthday dinner sounds yummy! Karen :lol: ....thought today's holiday was only in Ontario....guess my distracted sister was wrong :lol: Have a good evening friends!


Can't tell you how many times I've been zapped by scat mats at the cat house.

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Cheers! Elaine and I went to the new Mission Impossible and then 5:00 supper at Shucker's Oyster House. The movie was good, but too long for me (2:28), had to take a bathroom break with about 45 minutes to go. My hearing aids are not back from reconditioning yet, so I missed most of the dialogue. Vanessa Kirby, the "White Widow" is a real hottie!!! She was born 41 years to the day after I was. Yikes. I'd love to see more of her..... Anyways.... on to Shucker's. I had a Corona/lime to start my HH at 5:00 somewhere. Also had a basket of fried pickles (world's best) with VooDoo sauce, and a dozen oysters on the half shell, topped with crabmeat, melted shredded white & yellow cheese and a jalapeño slice. I add horseradish sauce and Louisiana hot sauce. Yummyyyy

I am continuing my HH with the required Lites. :D

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