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    All shook up Thursday #494..

    I thought a little Hound Dog and some peanut butter banana sandwiches would be appropriate for today.

    Gosh, hard to believe that Elvis has been gone for 35 years....or is he hiding out in the Lost and Found in the back.

    I think I'll take the Orc in there and look around.....Here's a Pepsi (the drink of Elvis) while you all wait...

    DONE?

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    "Caught in a trap - I can't walk out..because I love you too much, baby." - yes, I was listening to him at lunch.

    I think in his neck of the woods a sweet tea would be appropriate.
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    I LOVE peanut butter and banana sandwiches, but not fried like Elvis did. And Pepsi's my choice of soft drinks too.

    So in honor of The Big E - I'll have a helping of the above. Anyone care to join me and reminisce about days gone by?

    I remember the day he passed - we were on a camping trip in PA - and heard it on a transistor radio ( remember those?) while laying on the beach at a lake.
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    Also, Madonna is 54 years old today.

    I'll have a plain peanut butter sandwich with a margarita Like A Virgin!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinot's Mom View Post
    "Caught in a trap - I can't walk out..because I love you too much, baby." - yes, I was listening to him at lunch.

    I think in his neck of the woods a sweet tea would be appropriate.
    In my best Elvis voice...

    A sweet tea for the little lady....done?

    Pom,

    A PB and Naner sandwich and a Pepsi?
    DONE.

    RE Transistor radios?

    I was looking for a small AM/FM radio to listen to talk shows and music.

    I could only find an FM model. That radio was destroyed in an accident so I went looking for something similar?

    It's all that download/Apple/iPod crap.

    Ugh.....

    C!,

    A Pb and Virgin margarita....

    Done...


    No sign of Elvis, yet.....
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    In honor of the day, I have to relate a story...

    My husband and I have camped our whole life together; many years of which have been with a large group of friends. This group is not a tea-totalling (sp?) group, and at times can be ... interesting. One particular trip, I had enough and went to bed (at this point in a pop-up, not a tent), but my husband and his buddies stayed up, which was fine with me. About 3AM, I was awakened by my husband in the pop up yelling 'Honey! I saw Elvis!!' Ever since it's been a comedic point.

    RIP Elvis - you were one in a million!
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    Lead (Pb) and banana? (Sorry, my geek is showing.)
    I've been finally defrosted by cassiesmom!
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokey the elder View Post
    Lead (Pb) and banana? (Sorry, my geek is showing.)
    I can serve you at the bar or at the periodic table?

    Done!

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    PM,

    Yep, Elvis sometimes hides in a bottle.....


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    He said, "I been a lot of places
    And I seen a lot of things
    But, sonny, I seen one thing that beats 'em all
    I was flyin' back from Lubbock
    I saw Jesus on the plane
    ...or maybe it was Elvis
    You know, they kinda look the same

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    For those of us who need to be gluten free how about a gluten free peanut butter and banana sandwich on gluten free bread? Actually really, really good!

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    And I bet you can even deep-fry it is you so choose, though I never quite saw the appeal of that! HAve an extra for me, Gayle, I am probably still allergic to bananas, but use to LOVE peanut butter and banana sandwiches with crunchy peanut butter!
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    Whew.

    Barkeep, about a gallon of lemonade, please?

    We HAD 2 evergreen shrubs at the entrance of the house. I've been meaning to get rid of them since we bought the place. I despise them. THey require a ton of maintenance, produce nothing, and are hidey holes for critters, most of which I don't want due to the veggie garden (the lone exception is the garter snakes, which eat bugs, and are therefore good critters).

    Finally finished removing the buggers this morning. Did I add that they're a PITA to remove once you decide you don't want them anymore?

    3 tow straps, 2 (okay, they were already headed for the scrap pile anyway) chains for the chainsaw, and about 4 gallons of sweat later, both they and their stumps are gone.

    Finally got the impetus to remove them because my daughter wanted a garden for her birthday, and the best spot for another flower garden was the spot previously occupied by the shrubs.

    DONE!
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    Congratulations on winning that battle! I know have some of your Swiss Chard in my freezer, I think swiss chard and some parmesan cheese mixed into bowl of pasta will be a yummy dinner!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Queen of Poop View Post
    For those of us who need to be gluten free how about a gluten free peanut butter and banana sandwich on gluten free bread? Actually really, really good!

    Everything here at Thursday's is guilt and gluten free!

    Double Done!

    LH,

    One gallon of lemonade.

    I know the hazards of gardening with a purpose.

    I took a pair of post hole diggers, went around the stumps then cut the roots out. It was time consuming, but I did get a little arm work out.

    Have fun with planting!

    DONE!

    Karen.

    I saw a guy on PBS make a soup out of chard and tomatoes.

    Looked good.....The church across the street has a guy come in and give away veggie from his garden. On Saturday I ventured over and traded some cold sodas for a few tomatoes, zucchini and banana peppers.

    I took the tomatoes and peppers put them thru the food processor and made a pot of chili with them.

    Nothing beats the flavors of fresh produce when you cook!

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    Yes, there's nothing like garden ripe produce, especially tomatoes! That most local of "buy local" movement that is now trendy!
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    Did you have that chard? We haven't frozen it in a while, wanted to know how it survived.

    This weekend I think we're pulling the chard and doing the lot of it.
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