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    Ice Cream Social Thursday #649

    We hadn't had an ICS Thursday in a while......I want my black walnut Ice Cream - in a rootbeer float.

    Done!!!!!

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    Dunno if they would work on a sundae, but there were seedless red grapes on sale, so this time of year, I pop them in the freezer for a treat! Anyone want some?

    Feeling rather sad, with the week's losses - first dear Pinot's Mom (Maggie) and then momcat (Eileen), So let's raise a toast to them, please.
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    Yes, a toast to Maggie and Eileen. Two wonderful, beloved members of the Pet Talk family.
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    Catnip tea for the kitties, and cookies for the humans? I need to bake something for the church picnic, dunno what to make yet ...
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    Cali will take some catnip tea, Diego is napping. I think a round of floats would be awesome. Cream soda and vanilla ice cream! Feel like a kid again!!!!
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    Okay, and I made peanut butter cookies - using crunchy peanut butter (the good stuff that is 90% peanuts instead of sugar) and added in some cinnamon. There are leftovers, so anyone want some?

    We ended up having the "picnic" indoors - no thunderstorms, but high gusting winds made having in the park a bad idea!
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    I would like a rootbeer float please. It's hot and muggy here. That would really hit the spot.
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    I think in memory of all who perished in the senseless tragedy in Orlando, rainbow sherbet is in order for this social - and some good dance music.
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    It's hot and sticky in Chicago again today, so I'm drinking iced tea. I had a different physical therapist today and he gave me new exercises for my hip muscles, so I am stiff and sore from doing them. I understand why he gave them to me, and I think they will help a lot. So, iced tea and some acetaminophen for me.
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    Aaahh, I have been defrosted! Thank you, Bonny and Asiel!
    Brrrr, I've been Frosted! Thank you, Asiel and Pomtzu!

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    [QUOTE=Karen;2539359]I think in memory of all who perished in the senseless tragedy in Orlando, rainbow sherbet is in order for this social - and some good dance music.[ I agree, Karen. And also prayers and thoughts to those who were badly injured thougthless crime. I'll serve!!

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    [QUOTE=david p;2539443][QUOTE=Karen;2539359]I think in memory of all who perished in the senseless tragedy in Orlando, rainbow sherbet is in order for this social - and some good dance music.[ I agree, Karen. And also prayers and thoughts to those who were badly injured in that thougthless crime. I'll serve the sherbet!

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    U S Open at Oakmont

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    Hi everyone,
    Sorry to be MIA for a while.

    I have to get my stuff together and my chin up.

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    I forgot about rainbow sherbet! That's a great idea! (getting out cones and spoons, in case anyone would like it in a cup)
    I've been Boo'd ... right off the stage!

    Aaahh, I have been defrosted! Thank you, Bonny and Asiel!
    Brrrr, I've been Frosted! Thank you, Asiel and Pomtzu!

    "When dogs are looking at you, they're essentially hugging you with their eyes." -- Dr. Brian Hare

    "That's the power of kittens (and puppies too, of course): They can reduce us to quivering masses of Jell-O in about two seconds flat and make us like it. Good thing they don't have opposable thumbs or they'd surely have taken over the world by now." -- Paul Lukas


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    Thanks, david! Glad to see you here! Now, when you watch golf on tv, do you critique the greens as they play?
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