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last of the season. 22 quarts of PBDCs.

luckily my brother came over to help clean
them up. since he eats most of them it's a
good thing.


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On 11/20/2016 11:19 PM, songbird wrote:
last of the season. 22 quarts of PBDCs.

luckily my brother came over to help clean
them up. since he eats most of them it's a
good thing.


songbird

His his skin and tongue red? My wife loves beets in any form, but then,
she has always been a little weird. I will eat PBDCs on occasion when
cooked but prefer them pickled.

There is one vegetable I absolutely will not eat, turdnips!

Up early again getting the dawg her meds for the morning. Two old people
and an old dawg, just hanging on by a thread and a big jar of pills.

It is getting colder here than I wanted. I had to put on my winter PJ's
last night. We're getting some lows down to the high thirties and, by
noon, back to the seventies. Just strange weather for SE Texas.

George, old and tired
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George Shirley wrote:
On 11/20/2016 11:19 PM, songbird wrote:
last of the season. 22 quarts of PBDCs.

luckily my brother came over to help clean
them up. since he eats most of them it's a
good thing.


His his skin and tongue red?


no, but at first when he ate a lot of them
he didn't know about the red pee/poo thing
and called his doctor worried...


My wife loves beets in any form, but then,
she has always been a little weird. I will eat PBDCs on occasion when
cooked but prefer them pickled.


the P in PBDC is pickled... i will eat them
plain at times too, i like them either way.


There is one vegetable I absolutely will not eat, turdnips!


i like them fried up like potatoes until they
get a little brown on them. to me they taste a
lot like a very wimpy cabbage. i love cabbage
about any way i've ever had it.

not too many veggies i don't like.


Up early again getting the dawg her meds for the morning. Two old people
and an old dawg, just hanging on by a thread and a big jar of pills.

It is getting colder here than I wanted. I had to put on my winter PJ's
last night. We're getting some lows down to the high thirties and, by
noon, back to the seventies. Just strange weather for SE Texas.

George, old and tired


yeah, i slept most of the afternoon today and
it was nice.


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On 11/21/2016 5:13 AM, George Shirley wrote:

My wife loves beets in any form, but then,
she has always been a little weird. I will eat PBDCs on occasion when
cooked but prefer them pickled.


We don't have them often, but I like them hot and buttered or cold and
pickled.

There is one vegetable I absolutely will not eat, turdnips!


I'm with you, George. Turnips and rutabagas are foul. And in the past
few years, most cooked greens have begun to taste very metallic to me.

Up early again getting the dawg her meds for the morning. Two old people
and an old dawg, just hanging on by a thread and a big jar of pills.


I know what you mean. I have turned into my grandmother.

It is getting colder here than I wanted. I had to put on my winter PJ's
last night. We're getting some lows down to the high thirties and, by
noon, back to the seventies. Just strange weather for SE Texas.


Last Wednesday (11/16) was a record 80 deg. in Denver. Thursday it was
32deg. and snowing. Yesterday and today were beautiful, in the 60s
again. We cut back the irises and day-lilies, raked leaves, and I'm
done in. How can I feel 18 in my brain and 100 in my bones?

Take care and dig yourselves in for winter. I hope you don't get snow
but with the crazy weather we've had, you never know.

gloria p



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On 11/21/2016 5:30 PM, gloria p wrote:
On 11/21/2016 5:13 AM, George Shirley wrote:

My wife loves beets in any form, but then,
she has always been a little weird. I will eat PBDCs on occasion when
cooked but prefer them pickled.


We don't have them often, but I like them hot and buttered or cold and
pickled.

There is one vegetable I absolutely will not eat, turdnips!


I'm with you, George. Turnips and rutabagas are foul. And in the past
few years, most cooked greens have begun to taste very metallic to me.

I've tried to eat both but I do eat a lot of greens with the exception
of mustard greens. My folks loved those things and they tasted like the
cow raised her tail on them to me.

Up early again getting the dawg her meds for the morning. Two old people
and an old dawg, just hanging on by a thread and a big jar of pills.


I know what you mean. I have turned into my grandmother.

I hardly remember my grandfather so I can't turn into him, he died of a
heart attack in 1946. I vaguely remember what he looked like, he was
mostly Choctaw Indian with African American and white blood. My paternal
grandmother was all white woman, blond hair, blue eyes, etc. I never met
my mother's parents, they died before I was ever born, have seen a
picture of maternal grandmother but none of her husband. All the Shirley
men and women are dark skinned with black or brown hair. I used to have
hazel eyes, sort of a greenish brown, since the glaucoma and new lenses
I have green eyes, sort of startling to people who haven't seen me since
I got the new eyes. I like them, I only need glasses to read, otherwise
I have 20/15 left eye, 20/10 right eye and that's my shooting eye. G

It is getting colder here than I wanted. I had to put on my winter PJ's
last night. We're getting some lows down to the high thirties and, by
noon, back to the seventies. Just strange weather for SE Texas.


Last Wednesday (11/16) was a record 80 deg. in Denver. Thursday it was
32deg. and snowing. Yesterday and today were beautiful, in the 60s
again. We cut back the irises and day-lilies, raked leaves, and I'm
done in. How can I feel 18 in my brain and 100 in my bones?

Take care and dig yourselves in for winter. I hope you don't get snow
but with the crazy weather we've had, you never know.

gloria p



I'm about the same, I turned 77 last September and with all the heart
attacks, strokes, gunshots, etc. I'm about useless anymore. Miz Anne is
76 and mows the yard, cleans most of the house and I do the cooking and
cleaning of the kitchen and do the grocery shopping. I guess I'm now the
house husband but we do what we can with what we have when you're our age.

Today turned out to be a warm day and there may be rain tomorrow and
Wednesday. I may have to get out there and dance up a rain cloud.


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