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16 November 2007


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such a great post!


Ok, I'm late reading this, but it cracked me up. Laughing at yourself is the best!!!


I laughed so hard I think I peed my pants! Thanks for the laugh. I needed it today.


So, could your dad come to my house?? My oven has decided that it will go on and off whenever it likes. Sometimes I walk by it and it is on and very hot. Anyway, I obviously had to shut the breaker and have someone come look at it. It is estimated to cost $920 to fix. It is a double wall oven and thanks to computers, the entire thing works off of one computer. OY, and here it is just days before Thanksgiving. I don't think my turkey will fit in the toaster oven! Looks like we are going to visit famly now! So, I am saying that I could take your dad off your hands for a while, he might enjoy Florida and want to retire here!


I don't think I knew that you were into sewing, Kathleen! I'm hoping to get back into sewing and to design more of my own stuff once I retire next summer!

P.S. I love Dame Edna!

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