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Posted on Nov 28, 2012 5:53:01 PM PST
TerryInTexas says:
@kaykay
now don't go fretting about it, please....I just figured I was having a deja vu moment :) (also known as senior moment)

Robb, cleaned out all the closets, not much winter in there by your standards, but will layer up.

Posted on Nov 28, 2012 6:34:08 PM PST
Lyn says:
TNT
Good point. Maybe I should get a few extra parkas to take with us for tomorrow. And gloves.

Posted on Nov 28, 2012 7:56:51 PM PST
Lyn says:
Danger in the Woods (Tales of the Silver Sword Inn, Story #6)

Something, or someone, has killed some adventurers in the Shadowmist Wood outside of Black Oak. The town council has offered a reward for whoever can put an end to this terror, so Horas and his friends decide to find out what is in the woods and end the danger encroaching on their home. Settle back with a mug and read about their adventure in story six of the Tales of the Silver Sword Inn! (5070 words)

Posted on Nov 28, 2012 8:15:25 PM PST
LKS says:
~Robb~Thank you so much for the link to Earth Balance. The coupon is printed and waiting to be used!

I have to get to bed. Ran around delivering two grandchildren to basketball practice, one to wrestling practice and one to voice lessons. Pick up and deliver three of them to church for Christmas program practice. Took the youngest one home, then back to church to take the other three home and stayed until SIL got home from band practice. I am exhausted. So glad all this doesn't happen often! I did get alot of "I love you,Mommom", hugs and kisses,though. Yeah, it was worth it!!!!! LOL

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 28, 2012 8:33:43 PM PST
I don't know how some mom's do this sort of thing everyday....
It really makes me tired to think about it...

Posted on Nov 28, 2012 8:48:38 PM PST
LKS says:
~Sandy Shops~DD is an emergency room RN and SIL owns a business. When she is scheduled to work he does the kids and visa versa. Sometimes schedules get mixed up then Mommom to the rescue. In the mix tonight was our youngest grandson and his Dad got held up in some heavy traffic on the highway. I always have him after school so, delivered him to his practice too. Good thing they all are in the same school district!
God bless the parents who do this all the time!

Good Night All!

Posted on Nov 28, 2012 8:54:49 PM PST
I agree....Your DD has 2 very important jobs....Sounds like she excells at both of them...

Posted on Nov 28, 2012 8:55:53 PM PST
TerryInTexas says:
Hope everyone had a good day, I just finished getting all my Xmas acquisitions into the Scrooged collection. Was about to have some fun when I realized it is past bedtime, doggone it. Dad had gotten a Keurig machine with some credit card points, but never used it, so I brought it home for coffee for company (strictly tea here). Found a company on Amazon that will let me order a 30-pack of my own design. Picked out the few teas I'm getting, was going to go through and decide on coffee flavors to keep on hand, but will have to wait til tomorrow. If anybody has one, and has a favorite flavor, let me know, I'm clueless. Won't be using it for myself much, too expensive, but it will be nice to offer a variety of coffees when I have someone over......

Posted on Nov 28, 2012 8:59:08 PM PST
I'm not a coffee drinker either but my internet friend drinks one called Jet Fuel...

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 28, 2012 9:15:50 PM PST
dharts says:
Jet Fuel and Revv are higher caffeine K-cups. Order them if you find most of the Keurig coffees too weak. I do and I use Revv. Otherwise you might find them too strong. You can also use them to make larger cups.

Terry, what I'd do is order a sampler of 30 different coffees so you can find ones that you like. That way you don't spend $10-$15 on a box only to find out you hate it. You might want to try some teas, hot chocolate and cider too if those are among the selection. There's even a chai tea available if you like those.

Posted on Nov 28, 2012 9:21:41 PM PST
Ben says that there is a really good dark chocolate one, I'll get the link for it if you are interested...

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 28, 2012 9:30:43 PM PST
I'm happy to help!! You are so sweet for the book!! Thank you very much. Not necessary, but Ido appreciate it. Hugs!

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 28, 2012 9:32:12 PM PST
Thank you. Slowly getting there! Yuck!
Have a good night everyone!

Posted on Nov 28, 2012 9:42:23 PM PST
Lyn says:
Spending Christmas with a Yeti

Even though she had never mentioned it, Shayne Blackwell doubted that her mystical mother, Linda, didn't know who was responsible for Shayne's bruised face. When her mother gave her an all-expense-paid Christmas gift to an exclusive couple's retreat, Shayne was sure something was up. The retreat, located near Seattle Washington, ascended high into the reach of Mount Rainier.

From the onset of the trip, Shayne was overtaken with an edgy feeling, rising above her husband, Ranger, insensitivity and criticism of her. The road was slippery and cold. When Ranger lost control of their SUV, Shayne witnesses a horrifying sight-something only she could see. The image of a mammoth shape wearing bristly white hair had darted from snow pile to snow pile, and then finally seizing their vehicle. She screamed frozen terror into the air. Frustration engulfed her since Ranger has no idea what the fuss was all about. She whimpered as the unwanted gargantuan guest finally eases their SUV back onto the road.

As they continued toward the retreat, memories of what she'd seen clouded the remaining journey. Her life seemed like one big blur and the hulk on the road had added numbness to her woes. After reaching the retreat, her anxiety rises even higher when she meets their mysterious hostess, Ms. Wilma Vettamyer-a woman with secrets seeping from behind her aging eyes.

The grounds of the retreat were manicured and richly decorated in a rustic holiday mood. The main building was stunning. Individual couple's lodges were unforgettably romantic and spread out within miles around the main building. But Shayne and her abusive husband, Ranger, would never get to spend one night in their lodge. They would never talk-out their issues during a couple's counseling session. Before their first night could begin, they are taken by a powerful humanoid-the yeti she'd met on the road. And it is in its cave the last words her mother had spoken to her comes to life.

Posted on Nov 28, 2012 11:08:28 PM PST
robb says:
Every one seems to be asleep and it is 11 pm so here goes. Come join us for Thursday's Chat over at

http://www.amazon.com/forum/kindle?_encoding=UTF8&cdForum=Fx1D7SY3BVSESG&cdMSG=addedToThread&cdPage=1&cdThread=Tx2MMWVQRHHV97D&newContentID=Mx32UB3ZDWF6MAK&newContentNum=4#CustomerDiscussionsNRPB

In reply to an earlier post on Nov 29, 2012 10:30:46 AM PST
This needs to decide if it's written in present tense, or past tense. We can't do both. :0/
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