Nothing like a little...

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Nothing like a little...

Postby Mustardseedmama » Sun Nov 11, 2012 3:00 pm

...company to cheer you up!

Last night we had my best friend, her husband, and their son over for supper. We had a Fish Fry, including;

Striper, White Bass, and Crappie--all fried up in my Sweeties' breading recipe
Fries (Chips?!)
A large green salad with home-made Buttermilk Dressing and slivered almonds
Waldorf Salad
Pickles
"World's Best" Brownies
"Singing in Another Key Lime Pie"

It was soooo good, and the conversation was wonderful!
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Re: Nothing like a little...

Postby merlin » Sun Nov 11, 2012 3:18 pm

It's the way to go mama.......
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Re: Nothing like a little...

Postby diggernotdreamer » Sun Nov 11, 2012 6:40 pm

That sounds so lovely, very envious. I can't wait to be living in my house soon and cooking, in my not huge but nice kitchen with a table in the middle for all my friend to sit at while I cook them a nice dinner. But I have just made a big batch of chelsea buns, lovely and sticky just from the oven in my poxy mobile home, where there isn't room to swing a skinny cat, and me and the wizard are scoffin em down
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Re: Nothing like a little...

Postby merlin » Mon Nov 12, 2012 10:12 am

Do I hear a hint of discontentment in your contentment? Are you renovating your house whilst living in your mobile home?
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Re: Nothing like a little...

Postby boboff » Mon Nov 12, 2012 3:48 pm

I heard thats just what the Obahmas had on Saturday... Spooky.

Seriously though, great to hear you had a good time.
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Re: Nothing like a little...

Postby diggernotdreamer » Mon Nov 12, 2012 4:53 pm

merlin wrote:Do I hear a hint of discontentment in your contentment? Are you renovating your house whilst living in your mobile home?


Just a little bit, it will be 3 years in Feb that we moved out of the house, an old stone farmhouse that was , f@@@@d, so we have gutted it and started again. The mobile was nice to start off with, but these holiday statics are not designed for permananent living and we have mould under the bed and up the walls and all my bottled produce in stashed everywhere, but I have to think to myself, there are folk round the world who would love what I have, so not really that discontented :sunny:
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