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Old Feb 4th, 2012, 09:34 PM   #78691
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We solely speaking English at home
and I don't like mixing in Swedish in a conversation
if I absolutely don't to. That's the main reason for
fishing foreign waters.
Well, "good fishing", my friend. Glad you are back here in The Shang as well.
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Old Feb 4th, 2012, 10:15 PM   #78692
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Why only 42 St. Bernards?
Why not 43?
Because 43 is not the meaning of Life

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Because 43 is not the meaning of Life

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Mohan, I see that you are a follower of Kabbalah Numerology. Kabbalah is associated with the Jewish form of mysticism. What is your "meaning of Life" number? For me, it is 7 and 13 -- my personal yin and yang.
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Old Feb 5th, 2012, 07:03 AM   #78694
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Morning all. JO is out shoveling my driveway so I thought I would make Sunday Brunch. It will be a Giant brunch, served in Super Bowls. This evening, we will be able to root for the Giants since we won't want to eat anything else for the rest of the day once we down this morning meal which has ALL of your favorites. Enjoy.
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Old Feb 5th, 2012, 07:43 AM   #78695
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Don, I see you were able to slip in the NYC "flying people" clip I sent to you. Kudos. Loved that clip on the grapes drying up. Not sure if we shall put that on the menu at The Cafe Chez Marc, but it was interesting to watch the time lapse.
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Old Feb 5th, 2012, 07:45 AM   #78696
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"Much Ado About Nothing" ?!?! Poor Spot.
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Morning Marc, I trust that snow blower was put to good use this morning. SAP's up with a yarn about Ol' Spot, a mini clip on making raisins and who knew there were people flying around New York City? Big sports day for me with the Phoenix golf tourney and the Super Bowl too. Will just grab a coffee for now and leave room for a big roast of beef later in the day.

Just an update on my weight loss program: January 1 - 216 pounds Feb 1 - 198 pounds, so 18 pounds gone in 31 days. Yesterday's intake: breakfast: single slice of whole wheat toast with Becel, an eight oz. glass of V-8 juice and a black coffee. Lunch: A 10 oz mug of Leek soup with a single slice of crusty white bread with Becel and half a fresh pear. Supper: A six oz. chunk of soft white cheese, six whole wheat crackers, a small plate of salad and a handful of grapes with two oz. of dark chocolate for dessert. Did I mention the three light beers during the golf tourney?
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Kudos on the weigh loss, Don. That is a great deal of weight in just a month. I don't think I could survive and do all the snow shoveling on just that intake, however. I need to get south of 200 pounds myself. About 34 to go.

Can't use the snowblower before 8AM and no sense taking it out until it stops snowing sometime this afternoon.
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Forgot to include the 6 oz. portion of yogurt with half a banana as a mid morning pick-me-up. Saturdays are the only day I consume so little Marc. All other days I have a full supper, but am careful not to exceed 4 oz. of protein as per my heart-smart diet. I am so used to a chunk of meat the size of a deck of playing cards now that it is easy and I feel full. That "deck of playing cards trick" for meat size was given me by the original dietician after my heart attack nearly a dozen years ago now. I fill up on veggies each night, my favs being broccoli, spinach, cauliflower, green and yellow beans, and salads with lettuce, celery, tomatoes and radish.
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Don, salads have been my lunch for the past couple of weeks. I build around a can of tuna and then get creative.
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