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sf
 
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Default today was my birthday

It was great! When I woke up my 3 yeaer old grandson gave me a child
made birthday card that contained the outlines of his hands & feet. He
included drawings of both cats (the only living beings he can order
around). Later I had my favorite breakfast (eggs benedict) cooked by
loving hands.

To guild the lily we went out for lunch... I wasn't hungry, but the
food sure went down easily! We're going back there for dinner soon
because they have prix fix lunch and dinner menus that are surprisingly
low priced for the area. I had them drop my off at work on the way
home, I stayed there 3 hours and came home. When I arrived, my
grandson was in the basement saying "happy birthday Grayma" and singing
Happy Birthday. When I got upstairs, it turned out that my daughter
had baked a cake from scratch (thank you FoodTV), filled it with fresh
strawberries and frosted it with whipped cream. YUM!

My present from her was a big bag full of goodies to use in my new
jaccuzi... candles, bath beads, bath salts etc. Yes, it was a good
one!

The only mar is that I seem to be getting sciatica, which is making it
uncomfortable to sit very long.

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In article . com>,
"sf" > wrote:

> It was great! When I woke up my 3 yeaer old grandson gave me a child
> made birthday card that contained the outlines of his hands & feet. He
> included drawings of both cats (the only living beings he can order
> around). Later I had my favorite breakfast (eggs benedict) cooked by
> loving hands.
>
> To guild the lily we went out for lunch... I wasn't hungry, but the
> food sure went down easily! We're going back there for dinner soon
> because they have prix fix lunch and dinner menus that are surprisingly
> low priced for the area. I had them drop my off at work on the way
> home, I stayed there 3 hours and came home. When I arrived, my
> grandson was in the basement saying "happy birthday Grayma" and singing
> Happy Birthday. When I got upstairs, it turned out that my daughter
> had baked a cake from scratch (thank you FoodTV), filled it with fresh
> strawberries and frosted it with whipped cream. YUM!
>
> My present from her was a big bag full of goodies to use in my new
> jaccuzi... candles, bath beads, bath salts etc. Yes, it was a good
> one!
>
> The only mar is that I seem to be getting sciatica, which is making it
> uncomfortable to sit very long.
>


Happy birthday wishes dear! :-)
Wishing you swift recovery from the Sciatica, (btdt, I know how much it
hurts...) and a rapid return to a decent newsreader.

We've missed you!

I take a lot of ibuprofen for sciatica. Works well!

That jaccuzi is going to feel good to. <G>

Kat
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K.
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Happy Birthday, sf !! And many more. Sounds as though you were
well-celebrated.
As for the sciatica, several chiropractic visits were very helpful
for me, along with a good heating pad. Warmth does help. Do you know
about the fabulous
"Thermophore"
heating pad? It is unique in that it gives moist heat--draws moisture
out of the air.
Ask at a medical supply store, or have your pharmacist order one for
you. It is so strong and heats up so quickly that the switch cannot
be turned on and left on, you have to hold it and let go when it is hot
enough.
Anyway, glad you had a happy birthday.
Nancree

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Happy Birthday, sf !! And many more. Sounds as though you were
well-celebrated.
As for the sciatica, several chiropractic visits were very helpful
for me, along with a good heating pad. Warmth does help. Do you know
about the fabulous
"Thermophore"
heating pad? It is unique in that it gives moist heat--draws moisture
out of the air.
Ask at a medical supply store, or have your pharmacist order one for
you. It is so strong and heats up so quickly that the switch cannot
be turned on and left on, you have to hold it and let go when it is hot
enough.
Anyway, glad you had a happy birthday.
Nancree

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sf wrote:
> It was great! When I woke up my 3 yeaer old grandson gave me a child
> made birthday card that contained the outlines of his hands & feet.
> He included drawings of both cats (the only living beings he can order
> around). Later I had my favorite breakfast (eggs benedict) cooked by
> loving hands.
>
> To guild the lily we went out for lunch... I wasn't hungry, but the
> food sure went down easily! We're going back there for dinner soon
> because they have prix fix lunch and dinner menus that are
> surprisingly low priced for the area. I had them drop my off at work
> on the way home, I stayed there 3 hours and came home. When I
> arrived, my grandson was in the basement saying "happy birthday
> Grayma" and singing Happy Birthday. When I got upstairs, it turned
> out that my daughter had baked a cake from scratch (thank you
> FoodTV), filled it with fresh strawberries and frosted it with
> whipped cream. YUM!
>
> My present from her was a big bag full of goodies to use in my new
> jaccuzi... candles, bath beads, bath salts etc. Yes, it was a good
> one!
>
> The only mar is that I seem to be getting sciatica, which is making it
> uncomfortable to sit very long.


Wow, TODAY is MY birthday. :~) Glad yours was good. I have no plans at
all except trying to get some work done. Oh, and I'll clean the house and
do the dishes. Whoo hooo!

kili




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HB2U, HB2U. HBDSF, HB2U!

Andy

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sf wrote:
> It was great!


It sounds like a wonderful birthday, sf. Happy birthday from the
Crasher Guy and me.

Carol

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Kilikini wrote:
>
> Wow, TODAY is MY birthday. :~) Glad yours was good. I have no

plans at
> all except trying to get some work done. Oh, and I'll clean the

house and
> do the dishes. Whoo hooo!


How do I say "happy birthday" in Hawaiian? Hope everything goes well.


Carol and Crash

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Happy birthday sf and Kili.

Becca
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Kilikini wrote:
> sf wrote:
> > It was great!


> Wow, TODAY is MY birthday. :~)


Well, happy birthday to you both! May this next year be full of good
food!

June



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Damsel in dis Dress wrote:
> Kilikini wrote:
>>
>> Wow, TODAY is MY birthday. :~) Glad yours was good. I have no
>> plans at all except trying to get some work done. Oh, and I'll
>> clean the house and do the dishes. Whoo hooo!

>
> How do I say "happy birthday" in Hawaiian? Hope everything goes well.
>
>
> Carol and Crash


Hau'oli La Hanau....Thanks Damsel!

kili


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Becca wrote:
> Happy birthday sf and Kili.
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> Becca


Thank you!

kili


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sf wrote:
> It was great!


HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

..... and many, many more.

Sheldon

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Happy Birthday, Dahling!!! Sounds like a great day!

Sciatica is misery...misery loves company...at least you had company! :-)


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Wayne Boatwright
____________________________________________

Give me a smart idiot over a stupid genius any day.
Sam Goldwyn, 1882-1974
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Happy birthday, sf - and many more. That sciatica is a bummer, though -
hope you soon get relief.

Dora


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Stupid question, are you any relation to Ginger Boatwright? She sang
with the Red, White and Bluegrass.

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"Kilikini" wrote in message
>
> Wow, TODAY is MY birthday. :~) Glad yours was good. I have no plans at
> all except trying to get some work done. Oh, and I'll clean the house and
> do the dishes. Whoo hooo!
>
> kili


Happy birthday, birthday girl! Don't overdo the housework - take time off
to celebrate.

Dora
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>



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On Mon 21 Mar 2005 08:21:47a, TomKan wrote in rec.food.cooking:

> Stupid question, are you any relation to Ginger Boatwright? She sang
> with the Red, White and Bluegrass.


Not at all a stupid questions, but there is no relation.

Cheers!

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Wayne Boatwright
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Give me a smart idiot over a stupid genius any day.
Sam Goldwyn, 1882-1974


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limey wrote:
> "Kilikini" wrote in message
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>> Wow, TODAY is MY birthday. :~) Glad yours was good. I have no
>> plans at all except trying to get some work done. Oh, and I'll
>> clean the house and do the dishes. Whoo hooo!
>>
>> kili

>
> Happy birthday, birthday girl! Don't overdo the housework - take
> time off to celebrate.
>
> Dora


Thanks, Dora. I just popped a beverage now. :~)

kili


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"sf" > wrote in message
ups.com...
> It was great! When I woke up my 3 yeaer old grandson gave me a child
> made birthday card that contained the outlines of his hands & feet. He
> included drawings of both cats (the only living beings he can order
> around). Later I had my favorite breakfast (eggs benedict) cooked by
> loving hands.


<snip>

Happy Birthday.

Grandkids are great!

Enjoy,

Dimitri


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One time on Usenet, "sf" > said:

> It was great! When I woke up my 3 yeaer old grandson gave me a child
> made birthday card that contained the outlines of his hands & feet. He
> included drawings of both cats (the only living beings he can order
> around). Later I had my favorite breakfast (eggs benedict) cooked by
> loving hands.


Happy belated birthday, Barbara -- glad it was a good one... :-)

--
J.J. in WA ~ mom, vid gamer, novice cook ~
"You still haven't explained why the pool is
filled with elf blood." - Frylock, ATHF
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nancree wrote:
> Happy Birthday, sf !! And many more. Sounds as though you were
> well-celebrated.
> As for the sciatica, several chiropractic visits were very helpful
> for me, along with a good heating pad. Warmth does help. Do you know
> about the fabulous
> "Thermophore"
> heating pad? It is unique in that it gives moist heat--draws moisture
> out of the air.
> Ask at a medical supply store, or have your pharmacist order one for
> you. It is so strong and heats up so quickly that the switch cannot
> be turned on and left on, you have to hold it and let go when it is hot
> enough.
> Anyway, glad you had a happy birthday.
> Nancree
>


What worked for me is a few visits to a massage therapist.
Ohhh, Hurts so good!
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"sf" > wrote in message
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>When I arrived, my
> grandson was in the basement saying "happy birthday Grayma" and singing
> Happy Birthday.


Happy Birthday! I feel like a complete idiot, but um...I didn't know
(couldn't tell from the username "sf") that you were a woman. Don't I feel
stupid! I didn't consciously think you were a man, but it just surprised me
to see a gender-specific refererence. Anyway, I know now, and I'm glad you
had a great day! The Eggs Benedict and the cake sound wonderful!

Take care of that sciatica-- have never had it (knock wood!) but it doesn't
sound fun.

Chris
(who has had several people read me and think that I was a man!)




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"sf" > wrote:

>It was great! When I woke up my 3 yeaer old grandson gave me a child
>made birthday card that contained the outlines of his hands & feet. He

Well, great, sf! Glad you had a good time. And Happy Birthday, BTW.
I noticed you didn't say which BD it is, and I won't ask <G>.
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sf wrote:

> It was great! When I woke up my 3 yeaer old grandson gave me a child
> made birthday card that contained the outlines of his hands & feet. He
> included drawings of both cats (the only living beings he can order
> around). Later I had my favorite breakfast (eggs benedict) cooked by
> loving hands.
>

[snippage]

Happy Birthday, sf

Happy Birthday, Kili

---jkb

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"Silly customer, you cannot hurt a Twinkie!"
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"sf" > wrote in message
ups.com...
> It was great! When I woke up my 3 yeaer old grandson gave me a child
> made birthday card that contained the outlines of his hands & feet. He
> included drawings of both cats (the only living beings he can order
> around). Later I had my favorite breakfast (eggs benedict) cooked by
> loving hands.
>
> To guild the lily we went out for lunch... I wasn't hungry, but the
> food sure went down easily! We're going back there for dinner soon
> because they have prix fix lunch and dinner menus that are surprisingly
> low priced for the area. I had them drop my off at work on the way
> home, I stayed there 3 hours and came home. When I arrived, my
> grandson was in the basement saying "happy birthday Grayma" and singing
> Happy Birthday. When I got upstairs, it turned out that my daughter
> had baked a cake from scratch (thank you FoodTV), filled it with fresh
> strawberries and frosted it with whipped cream. YUM!
>
> My present from her was a big bag full of goodies to use in my new
> jaccuzi... candles, bath beads, bath salts etc. Yes, it was a good
> one!
>
> The only mar is that I seem to be getting sciatica, which is making it
> uncomfortable to sit very long.


Happy Birthday! Glad to hear it was a pleasant one

kimberly
>



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Jeff Bienstadt wrote:
> sf wrote:
>
>> It was great! When I woke up my 3 yeaer old grandson gave me a child
>> made birthday card that contained the outlines of his hands & feet.
>> He included drawings of both cats (the only living beings he can
>> order around). Later I had my favorite breakfast (eggs benedict)
>> cooked by loving hands.
>>

> [snippage]
>
> Happy Birthday, sf
>
> Happy Birthday, Kili
>
> ---jkb


Thanks, Jeff!

kili


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> Wow, TODAY is MY birthday. :~) Glad yours was good. I have no plans at
> all except trying to get some work done. Oh, and I'll clean the house and
> do the dishes. Whoo hooo!
>
> kili


Belated Happy birthday.

Dimitri




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On 20 Mar 2005 23:59:42 -0800, "sf" > wrote:

>It was great! When I woke up my 3 yeaer old grandson gave me a child
>made birthday card that contained the outlines of his hands & feet. He
>included drawings of both cats (the only living beings he can order
>around). Later I had my favorite breakfast (eggs benedict) cooked by
>loving hands.


Happy Belated Birthday from someone who is often "a day late and a
dollar short." (not always, just often).

Sue(tm)
Lead me not into temptation... I can find it myself!
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Curly Sue wrote:
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> Happy Belated Birthday


Thank, Sue...

> from someone who is often "a day late and a
> dollar short." (not always, just often).
>


I often feel that way too.


It's going around these days.

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"sf" > wrote in
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> Curly Sue wrote:
> >
> > Happy Belated Birthday

>
> Thank, Sue...
>
> > from someone who is often "a day late and a
> > dollar short." (not always, just often).
> >

>
> I often feel that way too.
>
>
> It's going around these days.
>
>


Well I'm not being late....Happy Next Birthday!!

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Monsur Fromage du Pollet wrote:
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> Well I'm not being late....Happy Next Birthday!!
>

LOL! Thanks



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