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    Quote Originally Posted by Karen View Post
    Would you like cinnamon in it, or marshmallows, or both? I give you one of the X-large mugs, good for warming hands with!
    Marshmallows, please. And the x-large size sounds great. Thanks!!!
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    Refills, marshmallows, Bailey's and fire for the fireplace!!!!!!

    My favorite Christmas movie is Die Hard.....the original....

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    ANyone want some food?

    We're having part I of our maintenance Christmas party tonight, and we all brought enough food to feed a small army.

    We'll share!
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    Speaking of genetics (ref HuskyMom's thread) why is it that I find it impossible to make a small batch of ANYTHING?????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady's Human View Post
    Speaking of genetics (ref HuskyMom's thread) why is it that I find it impossible to make a small batch of ANYTHING?????
    This relates to the family trait of taking in strays. We were trained as children to do a headcount before setting the table, as we kinda never knew who would end up being there for dinner, or breakfast! That's one reason it was a good thing that when Paul and I were first married, we had housemates who were good eaters, as cooking for just two people was almost inconceivable!
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