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HAPPY THANKSGIVING EVERYBODY!

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    jag
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    Safe traveling to all, and Bill, don't try to use the old gerbil trick in the scanner to make the male TSA agents pull you aside and pat you down (for christ sakes it's Thanksgiving).  Just because you offered them a $20 for a happy ending, doesn't mean they have to do it.  Oh and no, they can't let you sneak a peak at the little boy images either, that would be against the law.

    Safe traveling to all, and Bill, don't try to use the old gerbil trick in the scanner to make the male TSA agents pull you aside and pat you down (for christ sakes it's Thanksgiving).  Just because you offered them a $20 for a happy ending, doesn't mean they have to do it.  Oh and no, they can't let you sneak a peak at the little boy images either, that would be against the law.

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      glewis923
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      You are a sick pup indeed !  ….habitrail ?…and i thought that was a mid-80's urban legend.

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      glewis923
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      You are a sick pup indeed !  ….habitrail ?…and i thought that was a mid-80's urban legend.

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      Bonnie Lea
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      I hope you and Merry have a lovely Thanksgiving.  (at least now I am on the right weekend for you guys)

       

      Me?  I amm excitedly waiting for Christmas.  Baking and wrrapping gifts, and just being thankful for life.

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        jag
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        thanks Bonnie Lea.

        Any gift suggestions for Merry?

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        jag
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        thanks Bonnie Lea.

        Any gift suggestions for Merry?

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      Bonnie Lea
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      I hope you and Merry have a lovely Thanksgiving.  (at least now I am on the right weekend for you guys)

       

      Me?  I amm excitedly waiting for Christmas.  Baking and wrrapping gifts, and just being thankful for life.

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      Kimmer
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      John,

      Hope your day was swell…Hubs was sick with the flu that I brought home from the gym.  (He wasn't all that grateful, to tell ya the truth.)  My in-laws decided not to come to FL with germs in the house, so it was celebratin' time for me and  I was feeling well enough to cook up a storm.  The Beagleodogz, as usual, were lots of help and fun company.  They do all of their tricks (without coaxing) for a taste of carrot or maybe a bit of cheese.  Not to mention instant clean up of all spills.

      They do regret living in a meat free household on turkey day, but you can't have everything.

      Hubs did eat two large helpings of butternut quash soup, cornbread dressing, squash casserole, and roasted veggies.  We are saving the creme brulee for lunch today. 

      We gotta travel thru Orlando Intl. at Christmas time….haven't been on a plane since July, so this sounds interesting.

       

      Gosh…the holidays are upon us!  Happy Everything.

      K.

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        jag
        Participant

        no meat on turkey day? those Beagles won't be staying at your house for long.  A few whiffs of the neighbors barbeque and they will be scaling the fences.  

        Glad to hear you had a good tofurkey day.

        Best

        JG

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        jag
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        no meat on turkey day? those Beagles won't be staying at your house for long.  A few whiffs of the neighbors barbeque and they will be scaling the fences.  

        Glad to hear you had a good tofurkey day.

        Best

        JG

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        LV
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        Cracking up about the in-laws not coming being cause for celebration.

        The dinner sounds delish – I was in my 20s before I knew there was any other kind of dressing besides cornbread. Why bother with regular bread?

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        LV
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        Cracking up about the in-laws not coming being cause for celebration.

        The dinner sounds delish – I was in my 20s before I knew there was any other kind of dressing besides cornbread. Why bother with regular bread?

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      Kimmer
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      John,

      Hope your day was swell…Hubs was sick with the flu that I brought home from the gym.  (He wasn't all that grateful, to tell ya the truth.)  My in-laws decided not to come to FL with germs in the house, so it was celebratin' time for me and  I was feeling well enough to cook up a storm.  The Beagleodogz, as usual, were lots of help and fun company.  They do all of their tricks (without coaxing) for a taste of carrot or maybe a bit of cheese.  Not to mention instant clean up of all spills.

      They do regret living in a meat free household on turkey day, but you can't have everything.

      Hubs did eat two large helpings of butternut quash soup, cornbread dressing, squash casserole, and roasted veggies.  We are saving the creme brulee for lunch today. 

      We gotta travel thru Orlando Intl. at Christmas time….haven't been on a plane since July, so this sounds interesting.

       

      Gosh…the holidays are upon us!  Happy Everything.

      K.

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