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mtnviewsteve
07-31-2004, 03:19 PM
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Spirit Friends,
Happy Saturday to ALL my Spirit Friends in and out of this dimension. Figure by now DebKay has reached * "Apogee" in her space travels. Hope Shimaka is "vertical" and feeling better. http://www.geekfest.com/ubb/cool.gif
Lethal & I went to town and played "tourist" again today. Stopped at "Dorcas" and found several bargains: Got a hardback "Roget's Thesaurus", a cool leather glasses case, and another brass ashtray: this one is someone's discarded souvenir from "Six Flags Over Texas" with plenty of "butt-prints" to add character. Talked to a cool, older couple that told us about freezing bananas, just peel 'em, put 'em on a cookie sheet and put in freezer to freeze. Later, put in plastic ziplock bags for a frozen-banana snack later! Lethal found a couple tops and a good pain of jeans that show off her nice butt! Sorry! http://www.geekfest.com/ubb/cool.gif
We ate lunch at "Anglers" on the White River. Lethal had catfish sandwich w/fries, and I had pork chop with fried okra and fries, salad, both had water w/lemon. Left too full but happy and ready to visit "Wally" to get dog food, cat food, water and diet cokes. Next stop "country Mart" got black beans, corn, smoked sausage, salad stuff and milk. Homeward bound now!
Got everything inside, put up, made coffee and NOW I'm set for a relaxing evening in/out of "Spirit Room", and bedroom where Lethal hangs out with 1000 stuffed pillows and her Spirit stuff.
Well I've showed you mine; now it's your turn.
Blessing of Love, Healing and LIGHT to ALL.
Love,
STeVeTwIsTeDlIgHtMaNiAc.
*Apogee: The point most distant from Earth in the Moon's orbit. http://www.geekfest.com/ubb/cool.gif




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DaBee
08-01-2004, 12:03 AM
Thank you, ManiacalyTwistedDelightfullyStEvE, I was going to ask you about the Apogee thing. Is that point twice the distance from the Earth to the Moon? Sure felt like it was farther away than that. It smelled like Pluto, yet tasted like the Aurora Borealis. Then again, I could have sworn it was the other side of the Earth, in a forest of old growth. Anyway, it's good to be home as there's no place like it http://www.geekfest.com/ubb/smile.gif
love and light and thathathathat's all folks
deb-o-comealongandsingthesongthatsmadeforyouandme
p.s. why?
p.p.s. because Ilike you!

Becky Davis
08-21-2004, 05:14 AM
Love frozen grapes too. And you can use them for ice cubes.

DaBee
08-23-2004, 07:40 PM
Becky....is that purple or white grapes? Does it matter? Got some Thompson seedless right here and I'ma gonna try it.
tks/deb