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Wife and I took a grandson and girlfriend to dinner at a 99 Restaurant.
It is a popular chain in New England.

Dinner was good and the waitress brought the check. After I paid, she
stain, "thank you, hope to see you again" Then I sai, it was good, but
I'm not coming back" That got her all flustered.

I explained that the next morning we were leaving for a move to Florida
and may never return. That got a laugh out of her. We left Thursday
around noon and got here today about 3:30. Closing on new house is next
Tuesday.

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On Saturday, December 15, 2018 at 7:46:57 PM UTC-6, Ed Pawlowski wrote:
Wife and I took a grandson and girlfriend to dinner at a 99 Restaurant.
It is a popular chain in New England.

Dinner was good and the waitress brought the check. After I paid, she
stain, "thank you, hope to see you again" Then I sai, it was good, but
I'm not coming back" That got her all flustered.

I explained that the next morning we were leaving for a move to Florida
and may never return. That got a laugh out of her. We left Thursday
around noon and got here today about 3:30. Closing on new house is next
Tuesday.


Congrats Ed! You have my address? I have your old one on file but will need your new address in FL! Christmas Candy 2018! Email me!

John Kuthe,

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On Saturday, December 15, 2018 at 7:46:57 PM UTC-6, Ed Pawlowski wrote:

We left Thursday
around noon and got here today about 3:30. Closing on new house is next
Tuesday.

Glad you arrived safely and hope you enjoy your new home to the max!!

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On 12/15/2018 8:46 PM, Ed Pawlowski wrote:
Wife¬* and I took a grandson and girlfriend to dinner at a 99 Restaurant.
¬*It is a popular chain in New England.

Dinner was good and the waitress brought the check.¬* After I paid, she
stain, "thank you, hope to see you again"¬* Then I sai, it was good, but
I'm not coming back"¬* That got her all flustered.


You scamp!

I explained that the next morning we were leaving for a move to Florida
and may never return.¬* That got a laugh out of her.¬* We left Thursday
around noon and got here today about 3:30.¬* Closing on new house is next
Tuesday.


Just in time to miss Winter!

Congratulations, I'm very happy for you guys.

nancy

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In article , Ed Pawlowski
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Wife and I took a grandson and girlfriend to dinner at a 99 Restaurant.
It is a popular chain in New England.

Dinner was good and the waitress brought the check. After I paid, she
stain, "thank you, hope to see you again" Then I sai, it was good, but
I'm not coming back" That got her all flustered.

I explained that the next morning we were leaving for a move to Florida
and may never return. That got a laugh out of her. We left Thursday
around noon and got here today about 3:30. Closing on new house is next
Tuesday.


Your subject line got my attention. Go hither and yon, but come back
"here". May you have no problems settling in. The next time I move will
be to a old folks home against my will, if I'm lucky.

[ObFood] I made Christmas cheese tonight. I posted the recipe here in
2011 in a post to sf, but you all probably forgot it. If you hate
gorgonzola, you'll hate this. It goes well with wheat thins.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/kf02mizw8r...masCheese.txt?
dl=0


leo


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Wife and I took a grandson and girlfriend to dinner at a 99 Restaurant.
It is a popular chain in New England.

Dinner was good and the waitress brought the check. After I paid, she
stain, "thank you, hope to see you again" Then I sai, it was good, but
I'm not coming back" That got her all flustered.

I explained that the next morning we were leaving for a move to Florida
and may never return. That got a laugh out of her. We left Thursday
around noon and got here today about 3:30. Closing on new house is next
Tuesday.



Good for you Ed, I wish you and your wife all good things in your new home.

Cheri

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The title made me think this was yet another Kuthe post.

-sw
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On Sat, 15 Dec 2018 19:20:16 -0800, Leonard Blaisdell wrote:

[ObFood] I made Christmas cheese tonight. I posted the recipe here in
2011 in a post to sf, but you all probably forgot it. If you hate
gorgonzola, you'll hate this. It goes well with wheat thins.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/kf02mizw8r...masCheese.txt?
dl=0


I'll ask the mouse who lives in my kitchen walls if I can borrow his
food processor to mince 1.5ts of onion :-)

I think I'll try this with a good blue cheese. Since I can't find
CreamyGorg anymore and all the other domestic and imports I've tried
are bitter (I have defective bitter taste buds).

-sw
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On 16 Dec 2018, Ed Pawlowski wrote
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Wife and I took a grandson and girlfriend to dinner at a 99 Restaurant.
It is a popular chain in New England.

Dinner was good and the waitress brought the check. After I paid, she
stain, "thank you, hope to see you again" Then I sai, it was good, but
I'm not coming back" That got her all flustered.

I explained that the next morning we were leaving for a move to Florida
and may never return. That got a laugh out of her. We left Thursday
around noon and got here today about 3:30. Closing on new house is next
Tuesday.


Good luck. It sounds nice, and at least you will have respectable
temperatures at this time of year.

I doubt I would be able to cope with the summer heat and humidity in that
part of the world, though.


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On Sat, 15 Dec 2018 20:46:55 -0500, Ed Pawlowski wrote:

Wife and I took a grandson and girlfriend to dinner at a 99 Restaurant.
It is a popular chain in New England.

Dinner was good and the waitress brought the check. After I paid, she
stain, "thank you, hope to see you again" Then I sai, it was good, but
I'm not coming back" That got her all flustered.

I explained that the next morning we were leaving for a move to Florida
and may never return. That got a laugh out of her. We left Thursday
around noon and got here today about 3:30. Closing on new house is next
Tuesday.


Wishing you all the best and happy, warm days


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On 12/16/2018 5:17 AM, Fruitiest of Fruitcakes wrote:
On 16 Dec 2018, Ed Pawlowski wrote
(in article ):

Wife and I took a grandson and girlfriend to dinner at a 99 Restaurant.
It is a popular chain in New England.

Dinner was good and the waitress brought the check. After I paid, she
stain, "thank you, hope to see you again" Then I sai, it was good, but
I'm not coming back" That got her all flustered.

I explained that the next morning we were leaving for a move to Florida
and may never return. That got a laugh out of her. We left Thursday
around noon and got here today about 3:30. Closing on new house is next
Tuesday.


Good luck. It sounds nice, and at least you will have respectable
temperatures at this time of year.

I doubt I would be able to cope with the summer heat and humidity in that
part of the world, though.


In July and August I will pay homage to Mr. Lennox and his invention of
the air conditioner.

In winter we holed up near the wood stove and the dark and dreary days.
Now we will hole up in front of the AC, but look out at bright sun.
Today, not only is it 30 degrees warmer, but sunset is 1 hr 20 min. later.
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On 12/16/2018 8:34 AM, Ed Pawlowski wrote:
On 12/16/2018 5:17 AM, Fruitiest of Fruitcakes wrote:


Good luck. It sounds nice, and at least you will have respectable
temperatures at this time of year.

I doubt I would be able to cope with the summer heat and humidity in that
part of the world, though.


In July and August I will pay homage to Mr. Lennox and his invention of
the air conditioner.

In winter we holed up near the wood stove and the dark and dreary days.
Now we will hole up in front of the AC, but look out at bright sun.
Today, not only is it 30 degrees warmer, but sunset is 1 hr 20 min. later.


Florida is quite west of Connecticut. I don't know where you are but
it's amazing how far west if you check the longitude.

I'm a lot closer to Connecticut than to Florida, but I have found
myself with the a/c on all summer, these days. Used to be there
would be a couple of weeks with the windows closed but much of the
time the heat was tolerable. Not any more. Record heat every
summer. Might as well be in Florida.

nancy
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On Sunday, December 16, 2018 at 7:49:38 AM UTC-6, Nancy Young wrote:
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I'm a lot closer to Connecticut than to Florida, but I have found
myself with the a/c on all summer, these days. Used to be there
would be a couple of weeks with the windows closed but much of the
time the heat was tolerable. Not any more. Record heat every
summer. Might as well be in Florida.

nancy


Still driving that PETROLEUM BURNER??!!

Global WARMING has happened several notable times on The Planet! Like:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_1LdMWlNYS4&t=180s

CONGRATS YUMANS!!! WE DID IT AGAIN!!!! :-(

John Kuthe...
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On 12/16/2018 8:49 AM, Nancy Young wrote:



Florida is quite west of Connecticut.¬* I don't know where you are but
it's amazing how far west if you check the longitude.


nancy


I knew that, but never bothered to check. It is 11 degrees difference
(82 vs 71) and each degree is roughly 69 miles. I'm amazed at 759
miles! Never would have guessed that much.

Thanks Nancy, for the reminder.


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