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Old 03-23-2013, 04:08 AM   #4651
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Poultry is not my favorite, though my dog loves it, but I do love eggs. Eggs with sausage or bacon with grits and toast. Yum, looking forward to morning.

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Old 03-23-2013, 04:11 AM   #4652
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I think John could be a good chick sitter.
He might be good for a lot of things. Says on the box that he holds 250 pounds. I can get him to lift my grain, carboys, buckets, kettles, etc. I just hope it's not more false advertising.

 
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Old 03-23-2013, 04:19 AM   #4653
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Poultry is not my favorite, though my dog loves it, but I do love eggs. Eggs with sausage or bacon with grits and toast. Yum, looking forward to morning.
Mmmmmm. Bacon.
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Old 03-23-2013, 04:28 AM   #4654
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Bummer. Oh well most likely cost more to ship it anyway and it will be cool to keep around the house
Thanks for understanding.

 
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Old 03-23-2013, 04:47 AM   #4655
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That breakfast sounds uber good Bobbi!

I'm still pi$$ed that I didn't get to brew today! Sack of grain is just sitting there on the table just begging to be milled! I can't wait till Monday!
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That breakfast sounds uber good Bobbi!

I'm still pi$$ed that I didn't get to brew today! Sack of grain is just sitting there on the table just begging to be milled! I can't wait till Monday!
Fried potatoes, caramelized with onions is also good instead of grits. I know I have bacon and potatoes and bread, and store bought eggs. Yum, breakfast.

I got a bunch of grain, hops in the freezer and saved yeast, and a couple small empty fermenters now. Gonna try some small batches and actually pay attention to what I am doing. Funny, few people can't wait until Monday.

 
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Old 03-23-2013, 06:41 PM   #4657
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Well, tattoo day turned into rescheduling for next weekend. Storming out and raining in the kitchen. Supplies for my new roof should be here this week. I'm also feeling horrible about punishing the aggressive chick, especially after how cute he was being with my keyboard. Now he is sullen and being rejected by the others. Even edited my post deleting my admission about what I did to it. He was being cute but then when I put him back, he immediately started attacking the others again. That made me mad, hence the punishment. Poor little chick. I didn't actually injure him, but I may have caused the others to injure him. I really thought they were too little and weak to do much harm.

Anyway, I want to get the tats on a happy day, not a dreary day. Plus, my paypal withdrawal from junk sales this week hasn't gone through to my account yet, thought it would by today. Next weekend should be nice weather and more money to spend.

Also spilled the beans to hubby about the second tat and I'm glad I did. He doesn't want to see a tat there, he wants to see my ring there. I had no idea all these years that it bothered him so much. So after much discussion, I agreed to wear it if we have the diamond removed and have it made into a simple gold band. I'll do something else special with the diamond, and he was happy with the compromise. To my surprise we also discussed a new location for the tattoo for him. It'll go on my wrist, on the bone that sticks out. I hear tattoos over bone are painful, but the tat will be happy, B & B, floating together in a heart. His birthstone color is green, mine's blue, so the color of water. To represent the painful and happy times we've had together. People call us B & B for short, Bill & Bobbi, always been a team.

 
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Old 03-23-2013, 07:49 PM   #4658
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Tats sound good, Bobbi.
I guess the chicks need a leader, and it'll be up to them to decide who that leader is.
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Old 03-23-2013, 07:58 PM   #4659
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Might want to skip past my posts, just more mindless mumbling and rambling about nothing in particular. So, on each wrist I have a heart shaped bone that sticks out. When hubby and I were looking for a location for a floating heart, I suggested that spot. He said, wow, what happened, I don't have one of those, and asked if I had one on the other wrist as well and I do. It's like where 2 bones split off and a knuckle like thing. I never took anatomy classes, don't know what they are called, but I think everyone has them, mine just protrude. Funny, hubby never noticed before, they always been there. I figured that's a spot I'll never get wrinkles because the skin is stretched over the bone. So, no expiration date on it.

 
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Old 03-23-2013, 08:00 PM   #4660
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Tats sound good, Bobbi.
I guess the chicks need a leader, and it'll be up to them to decide who that leader is.
If they must have a leader, I'd rather it be a kind leader and the new one leading seems nicer.

 
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