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... karate last week. Now instead of wrestling, she and Thomas run around the house kicking at each other. Even though she's small, she's pretty strong, so I try to stay out of the way of the flying legs.
Encouraged by Thomas and Mecca, I entered a Chili Fest at our church. I've been cooking for years and years but have never participated in any kind of contest. I won first place in the vegetarian ...
... and his work with Edison. Very interesting museum.
Saturday 8 March was a free day. Some of us had a $5 breakfast in the RV club house. Then many of the group drove over to Sanibel Island to go shelling or just walk on the beach. It was a beautiful sunny day and not too hot. Ray and I stopped at the Lighthouse Beach and walked up to the Sanibel Lighthouse and did some shelling along the ...
Today we made it to Fort Myers to visit our friends Pat and Dar.
They have a lovely spot in Lehigh Acres and are having a well deserved two week break from the stresses of home.
They live in an absolutely gorgeous spot and we are grateful to have had the chance to visit. Their hospitality was second to none and we enjoyed every minute.
... of making miniature versions of itself to play with rather than spending the time with the actual living relatives themselves."
”Right. Well, every once in a while they all get together for this peculiar activity, but generally speaking you are correct.”
“And the miniatures are not alive?”
“Right, but sometimes they have some features that make them look alive. Like, for ...
... with heat? It wasn't Orville Redenbacher. Who was the first person to see or figure that out? Could corn kernels growing next to volcanoes have been the first instance where man happened on popcorn. You might think fire was involved in man finding kernels that popped and increased their physical size thus filling the space in people's stomach and presumably preventing hunger longer.