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Saw the Budweiser Clydesdales at local funtion on Thursday. when i say local it could take 45 minutes to get there when you live in rural Pa. those horses are gorgeous and well behaved. they were in the 8 horse hitch with of course the dalmation dog a top of the beer wagon. they were well attended by caretakers. these horses got the slober wiped from their mouths and any little speck of dirt or whatever was wiped from them. they were standing in the center of a crowd and stood very ...
Saw the Budweiser Clydesdales at local funtion on Thursday. when i say local it could take 45 minutes to get there when you live in rural Pa. those horses are gorgeous and well behaved. they were in the 8 horse hitch with of course the dalmation dog a top of the beer wagon. they were well attended by caretakers. these horses got the slober wiped from their mouths and any little speck of dirt or whatever was wiped from them. they were standing in the center of a crowd and stood very patiently. i talked briefly with an intern doing crowd controll and horse comforting duties. this intern said these particular horses were only 5 year olds. the dog was 2 and 1/2 years old. it was a beautiful evening to just be out and walking around the town and just looking at the old beautiful brick houses.
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IMUSTLOSEIT1
7/24/2014 11:47:46 AM

Thanks for the advice on the computer, I just got it back from the shop and it has been debugged, devirused, and everything that can be done was done. Now it's up to me to figure out where everything is at. It's all here, just in a different place. If I e er has problems again I will give you a holler. Thanks, Linda



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DEBBLO
7/23/2014 11:24:07 AM

Hi Sue, Thanks for the hula hoop. I haven't played with one in MANY years!. I don't think my back could take the hip motion to make it work though. LOL Enjoy your summer.
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JUDITH316
7/22/2014 11:46:02 PM

Good Evening

Thank you for dropping by my Spark page and sharing your story about Abner, your precious fur baby". I also appreciate you responding to my story I left on the Blog about "Sunshine". It means a lot to me. Thanks for your support and kindness...

Cheering you on for a great Wednesday...

╬═╬ ........."Friendships come and Friendships go
╬═╬ ................Like wave upon the sand
╬═╬ ..........Like day and night Like birds in flight
╬═╬.. ............Like snowflakes when they land
╬═╬............But you and I are something else
╬═╬...............Our friendship's here to stay
╬═╬........Like weeds and rocks and dirty socks
╬═╬.............It never goes away”
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EABL81
7/17/2014 11:01:28 PM

Old fashioned oatmeal is made from rolled oats so that it cooks faster. I like it too, but have become a fan of steel cut. It's less processed. Rather than flat flakes, it looks like small nuggets, or grains. Because it takes longer to cook, it's great for a slow-cooker. It comes out wonderfully creamy. There are lots of recipes for this on the SP recipe page. I make mine by adding 3/4 cup of oatmeal, 1/2 t salt, 10 oz of almond milk (regular milk works too), and 10 oz of water to my small slow cooker. I cook it on low for 3 hours. This make 4 servings. I add extras at the end. Peanut butter and honey is good, so are blueberries and honey, or bananas. This morning, I added a chopped up peach, honey, cinnamon and a couple drops of almond extract. I refrigerate leftovers, then reconstitute it with a little hot water (it firms up like cornmeal mush or polenta) and microwave it. Then add my flavorings to the serving. You can also add them when you cook it, but I like to mix it up on different days.



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ARTJAC
7/15/2014 5:11:14 AM

HI SUE COULD YOU PLEASE TELL ME WHAT TO GIVE MY CAT FOR FURBALLS AS HE THROWS UP WITH THEM AND STOPS EATING WHEN THIS HAPPENS I HOPE YOU CAN HELP ME JACQUE



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