Fidonet Portal

From: Ruth Haffly (1:396/45.28)
To: All
Date: Wed, 19.12.18 20:48
133 jell-o was
Hi Nancy,

NB> RH>> would hurt more than if I were to cut up an onion.
NB> NB>> In that case, you might as well be sitting for that, then...
NB> NB>> and have Steve cut open the squash... ;)

RH> Depends on if he's available or not. Also, sometimes the squash is
RH> easier to cut than others--and I don't know which way it will be until
RH> I start cutting into it. (G)

NB> I think I'd just assume that it was likely to be harder, and wait for
NB> help... ;)

I don't, and I'm usually not afraid to tackle it.
NB> RH>>> baked, then froze went into the bag loose.
NB> NB>>> I'm generally freezing meats in the bags... bought in somewhat
NB> NB>>> bulk and repackaged in freezer bags to keep them longer, in
NB> NB>>> meal-appropriate amounts... Smile
NB> RH>> I'm doing that also, but quite often doing meats in the sealer.
NB> NB>> Which I don't have... Smile

RH> We're on, I think our 3rd iteration. Started with a basic one, years
RH> ago, and have upgraded twice.

NB> I don't think I'd have used it enough to justify getting one... ;)

You might surprise yourself on how much you actually use it. (G)

NB> NB>>> knee... Smile
NB> RH>> An old problem resurfacing, as I'd been told that it probably
NB> RH>> would. Back when I had the initial injury, even knee
NB> replacements RH>> weren't as good as they are now so I'm glad it
NB> waited this long
NB> RH>> to go out on me.
NB> NB>> And you have a better chance now of not having to redo the
NB> repair NB>> somewhere down the road... Smile

RH> Not unless I wear this one out.

NB> Which is less likely now that you are older...

True, and I'm not about to get into a lot of what I did when I was
younger. Should set up the surgery date tomorrow or Friday.

NB> NB>>> Another thing to wrap carefully and put in the freezer for
NB> NB>>> later... ;)
NB> RH>> She could do that, but more than likely, want to enjoy it fresh.
NB> NB>> So one enjoys it fresh to begin with, and then tucks some away
NB> for NB>> later... Smile

RH> We've decided not to do one as there is enough other to do between now
RH> and when we leave.

NB> And when do you leave....?

You should read this while we're on the first day of our travels.

NB> NB>>> I expect at least a little more than your sighting of the
NB> NB>>> Raleigh site, since this one will be just down the street from
NB> NB>>> you, so to speak... Smile
NB> RH>> A quiet celebration, knowing that it's just the start of the
NB> project. NB>> There is that.... ;) But at least the real start...
NB> ;)

RH> I think they're in the permitting process now and will probably put
RH> signs up in the spring.

NB> And as welcome a sight as the flowers that bloom in the spring... ;)

Very much so, considering what has to be done before we can actually set
foot into the store.

Catch you later,
rchaffly{at}earthlink{dot}net FIDO 1:396/45.28

... A truly wise person knows that he knows not.

--- PPoint 3.01
* Origin: Sew! That's My Point (1:396/45.28)


This forum contains echomail areas hosted on Nightmare BBS You can browse local echomail areas, italian fidonet areas and a selection of international fidonet areas, reading messages posted by users in Nightmare BBS or even other BBSs all over the world. You can find file areas too (functional to fidonet technology). You can browse echomail areas and download files with no registration, but if you want to write messages in echomail areas, or use fidonet netmail (private messages with fidomet technology), you have to register. Only a minimal set of data is required, functional to echomail and netmail usage (name, password, email); a registration and login with facebook is provided too, to allow easy registration. If you won't follow rules (each echomail areas has its own, regularly posted in the echomail), your account may be suspended;