Thursday Oct. 29th

  • chuckieb 3 weeks ago
    Good Morning Everyone! Dull gray morning on my end and some rain in the forecast. Jim keeps building us a little fire in the fireplace in the morning and it's so warm and cuddly that I don't want to move anywhere else in the house. LOL.

    Going to clean the house today. Making
    Jarlsberg Chicken
    for dinner this evening but haven't thought of sides.

    Pics below of the Halloween decorating I did yesterday afternoon. I am researching some fun menu ideas for Saturday to make it more festive too!

    Wishing everyone a great Thursday!
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  • chuckieb 3 weeks ago said:
    Nice on the goodies you picked up at Whole Food yesterday Linda! No, the tendonitis is in my right arm and it was my left that I broke years ago. I started icing it last night. Read online to do it three times a day. It'd be awesome if that was enough that I didn't even need the physio. Do the Budweiser Clydesdales actually go on tour? Or do they go to your town each year for a specific reason?

    Kimmer you killed me with your description of those lovely Buffalo chicken sandwiches. Wow. They sound MOST delicious.

    Anyone still using their Instant Pot on a regular basis? Just curious.
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  • Good4U 3 weeks ago said:
    What a wonderful display of spookiness for Halloween, Janet! Awesome! You are so talented! I was wondering, did they use any electronic or special equipment to test your arm and shoulder or did they do something else to come up with the answers as to what was wrong with your hand elbow, and shoulder? Lol, inquiring minds want to know:)
    Not much up today, again and I am not sure what we are having for dinner either. Lol as I said not much happening here:(
    Wishing everyone a great day!
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  • chuckieb 3 weeks ago said:
    Morning Joce! Yes, it was quite cool how they tested my nerve conduction. They stuck little electrodes on my fingers and various spots on my arms and then sent an electrical current through them. It's freaky because it makes your fingers and hand 'jump' without you personally moving it. Sort of 'Halloweeny' really. LOLOL. That way I guess they can track the nerve's reaction. It was unpleasant and I was glad when they were finished, but it didn't 'hurt' a lot. They used an acupuncture needle at one point too.
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  • Good4U 3 weeks ago said:
    Thanks, Janet. Lol at it feeling Halloweeny:)
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  • LindaLMT 3 weeks ago said:
    Good Afternoon Everyone.
    Very warm and somewhat humid today. Sun is mostly out with a few passing clouds.

    LD had a grooming appointment early morning so we were up and out. Came home and heated up a cup of cream of mushroom soup for me with crackers, scrambled an egg for LD with Green Ju Ju mixed in, and DH scrambled himself cheesy eggs with a toasted english muffin.
    Will have a repeat of last night's dinner (chicken with gravy over rice) with a different vegetable. I have plenty of leftovers and we really enjoy it.

    Love the gargoyle decoration Janet. They are all great but the gargoyle is my favorite.
    The Budweiser horses do tours and go all over the country. They set up usually in a large parking lot so people can park and then they have their own sectioned off area. They bring them out of the trailers and hitch them up to a Budweiser wagon that they pull. They are gianormous!! beautiful animals. I'm guessing too it's not the same horses that do all the tours, they probably have many.
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  • chuckieb 3 weeks ago said:
    Hi Linda! Bet LD looks very handsome! :) Your lunches sounded yummy. I've always had a penchant for Gargoyles. Love them. Much coolness on the Budweiser Horses. My Uncle Fred used to have Clydesdales that he used in the woods for logging. Infact, I think his son, my cousin might still have a couple, just for pets though and I think they can be hitched to a wagon and drive his grandchildren around. They are huge beasts for sure!
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  • Good4U 3 weeks ago said:
    I have seen the Budweiser Clydesdales at Busch Gardens in St. Louis and they are so beautiful. They have the most beautiful stables and pastures I have ever seen! They must take great care of transporting them to different events Beautiful creatures indeed!
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  • LindaLMT 3 weeks ago said:
    Yes Joce. Even the trailers were 'state of the art' and like mobile homes for a horse. The pastures and stables must be something to see too.
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  • Good4U 3 weeks ago said:
    Isn't there another Busch Garden in FL, Linda? If so they wouldn't be transported for very long? Possibly?
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  • Good4U 3 weeks ago said:
    Looks like they have Busch Gardens all over the place so it might make sense.
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  • LindaLMT 3 weeks ago said:
    I didn't even think of that Joce but it makes sense to me too.
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  • chuckieb 3 weeks ago said:
    Finished my housework and just waiting for the floors to dry. Made some dumplings up for lunch.
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  • MissouriFarmWife 3 weeks ago said:
    I second the comment on your creativity, Janet. Love the pictures of your decorations.

    Hi Joce.

    Hi Linda.

    Love the Budweiser Clydesdales. We saw them in St. Louise also. Such beautiful creatures.

    Since Budweiser was bought out by another company (can't remember which nation it was from), they are not seen as often as before. I missed the Budw commercials with their horses, in the SuperBowl.

    We got almost 3 3/4 inches of rain from this last bunch. Much needed.

    It was comfort food tonight. Cooked chicken in broth with noodles, onion, and a bit of chopped green pepper.

    Have a good evening.
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