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Old 10-24-2013, 03:56 AM
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I didn't make this up. You can see how we Montanans come out (yeah, that big red one up north), hehe. Sorry if your state didn't come out as well.


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Old 10-28-2013, 12:16 PM
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Well I can tell you as far as NY goes I think that map got it right.
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Old 10-28-2013, 04:19 PM
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Same with Washington. Ha.

I can see twooil refineries off in the distance from my house, yet somehow we have the most expensive gas prices in the country.
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Old 10-28-2013, 07:50 PM
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Pippa did her first ballet lessons today, so proud to see her participate in group activities. BTW, she told me months a go she wanted to grow up to be a ballerina. Before we signed her up for classes, we asked her if she still wanted to be a ballerina. 5 other 3-5 yr olds in her class.
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trowing out the training potty. Maybe not, may come handy on a long drive.
Anyway, it has served its purpose well.
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Old 10-29-2013, 06:07 PM
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Pippa did her first ballet lessons today, so proud to see her participate in group activities. BTW, she told me months a go she wanted to grow up to be a ballerina. Before we signed her up for classes, we asked her if she still wanted to be a ballerina. 5 other 3-5 yr olds in her class.
Today she sad and crying because there is no ballet class today.(Mon+Sat).
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Old 10-30-2013, 01:33 PM
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I guess I really do need to get around to carving those pumpkins we bought last week. Gabe seems more interested in the fact that my wife is going to toast the pumpkin seeds (for as much as he fights eating he loves roasted squash seeds) than in carving faces in to them, but I think I'm going to show him some patterns and see if I can get him jazzed up for it.
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We save a couple seeds off for the garden the following year and toast the rest, too. This year we didn't have to buy any pumpkins, we've got three or four big white ones, two or three big orange ones and then a dozen smaller mixed. We love roasting seeds. Lawreys for one batch, vindaloo, salt and pepper... mmm one pumpkins worth of seeds doesn't last past day two.
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(Yes, we realize we may not get the same thing next year due to cross pollination but why not try?)
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Yummm pumpkin... Almost time to start making pumpkin pie ice cream.
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Pumpkin ice cream. Yum, I'll take an order please.

Only one trick or treating now. It's probably close to the last for him. And this year and last he went off with a friend and his family to do it. Heavy sigh, it was so much fun when they were so into it.
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