Do you ever feel you are in a different "place"

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  1. kabd54

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    LOL - you're so right about the males of the species. Nice to meet you. I heard (and read) that you had a great time last week. I'm sorry I missed that one!
     
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    Speaking of keys - did you ever find them?
     
  3. Rosieo

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    kabd54 that is why you haven't been around...you stole Alice's keys!
     
  4. Aliceacc

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    Yes, after about an hour of looking.

    The night before I had gone out for milk, taking my husband's car. (last in the driveway.) My own keys must have fallen out of my purse, because they were on his front seat.

    Now, if the situation had been reversed, I imagine I would have noticed them. But Peter is SO not a morning person (he barely qualifies as an "afternoon person") that there's no way he could have seen them. He's lucky to find the road in the morning.

    So anyway, I found them. But I think Teacher Groupie put them there.... from California.
     
  5. Aliceacc

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    I'm glad to belong to a community like this that takes this kind of theft seriously!
     
  6. Rosieo

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    Does this spell check on this forum really stink or is it just because I really can't spell???? It never gives me the right word to change.
     
  7. kabd54

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    We aim to please. You know, I'm still looking for my set of keys that mysteriously disappeared when second oldest daughter was about 4 years old. She's now 22!!
     
  8. Aliceacc

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    What?
     
  9. Aliceacc

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    Sorry, I completely missed the phrase "spell check". I think my toes are starting to freeze. I think I'll run upstairs for some slippers.. be right back!
     
  10. kabd54

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    They probably ended up going down the toilet. My youngest tried sending my best pieces of jewellery that way when she was about 3 or 4. Must be the age!!
     
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    Hey I found some keys last summer out in Lake Huron....maybe they got washed out of the sewer system and into the lake. They did have the initials kabd54 on them.
     
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    lol - If they had a round crystal on the keychain, that would have been them!!
     
  13. Aliceacc

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    My niece did that once.

    And my 3 (almost 4 year) old daughter is into everything.. I mean stuff the older 2 never dreamed of!

    She paints the walls with vaseline. (Note: vaseline does NOT come off walls!)

    She used to drop eggs from the fridge. Not to be bad, just because it was so cool when they cracked.

    My husband calls her "taz" for the tazmanian devil on Looney Toons, who left a trail of destruction wherever he went!
     
  14. Rosieo

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    THEY DID!:D They had the crystal thingy.
     
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    AHA!!!!!!

    Yet another mystery solved.

    Of course, now we'll ask you to identify every key on the chain, just to ensure that they're yours.
     
  16. Rosieo

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    We had to put a lock on the fridge because my son would go in there and only take out the eggs...he was 2 or 3.
     
  17. kabd54

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    My son was by far the worst, though. He broke everything just trying to see how it worked and how far things could bend (among other things) before they broke.
     
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    Go ahead kabd tell me what keys were on there and I will tell you if that is what was on it!
     
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    Ouch. I hope he never tried that with your daughter!
     
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    We have a friend who was once on a 5 year plan to drive his wife crazy. Every once in a while he would add a key to her keychain. After 6 or 7 attempts, he got one of his sons to ask her what they were all for. She was stunned when she didn't know!
     
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    Oops. Bedtime for Brian!

    See ya later!
     
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    Let's see... there would have been two house keys, two car keys (door and trunk) and a key for a safety deposit box. I think that was it.

    And as far as my son, well suffice it to say, when the youngest was born, I could not put her into the playpen (compound word!!) because he used it like a wrestling ring. He'd stand on the railing, throw his stuffed animal into the centre and jump on it. I went through two playpens that the baby never even got to use. He was about two and a half at the time. He sure kept me on my toes!!
     
  23. Rosieo

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    Yes those are the ones I found...I did use the one for the safety deposit box and cleaned it out if you were wondering what happened to all the stuff in there.
     
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    Your sled is chasing my skier!
     
  25. Aliceacc

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    Gotta go, sorry!

    Good night!
     
  26. Rosieo

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    Goodnight Alice!
     
  27. JaimeMarie

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    Alice goes to bed and you to just leave. Now what am I going to read to amuse myself this morning.
    Rosie, if you can't spell a word pick a new word. haha that is what I do.
    And your skier is Crazy. I would hate to be on the same slope as you! :eek:
    I haven't even been skiing this year. Maybe I'll try and go next weekend (hey look a compound word).
     
  28. Rosieo

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    Jamie I haven't been skiing yet either. We are going skiing up in the UP of Michigan in February and then Blue Mountain in Canada at the end of February. I can't wait to get out and yes, my avatar shows exactly how I ski!
     
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    So you can do that cool flip and everything? haha. I drive home almost every weekend so I may hit the slopes next weekend. I'm such a fair weather skier. If it's snowing I will not go, or if it is -10 I'm not going either.

    ps: this is the first time since the first week in Dec that I have stayed up here in stupid boring Scaryville.
     
  30. Rosieo

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    But isn't your boyfriend there this weekend?

    My favorite time to ski IS when it is snowing.
     
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    Yes he is here. Snoring away upstairs. I don't like skiing when it's snowing, because it's usually very heavy. The Mt. I ski at is above a lake and there tends to be a lot of fog, or sleety ice balls. Anyway you get the picture.
    Besides those little snow flakes (ice balls) hitting your face hurts. Why go skiing if you can't get a good skier tan haha. Actually I put sun block on my face every every day of the year.
     
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    Jaime, is that really the name of the town? Are you itching to get out of there?
     
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    HAHAHAHAHA!!!!! That is hilarious! I'm sure she got back at him though. ROFL
     
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    Actually, that's where the story turns sad.

    She fell down the stairs one night and ended up brain damaged. She passed away last year, after about 6 years of being disabled.

    But that stunt, as well as some of Jimmy's others, are still funny!
     
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    Well, what did I miss this weekend? I have some reading to do!
     
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    Not much, really. It was kind of quiet.
     
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    Well, that's cause I wasn't around!!!!!!!!! hehehehehe!
     
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    Alice, you mean there were no drunk, braless womena around at all this weekend???? What's wrong with all of you!:p
     
  39. Rosieo

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    We all went out to find men!
     
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    HAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAA!~ Did you find any???????? Was Doc around????
     

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