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Old 11-10-2011, 02:16 PM #5472 (permalink)
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Isn't it funny, how we get used to our surrounding? What is mundane and everyday to one, is wonderful and new to another. I think about that a lot when I travel.
Di, a boring day anywhere in Hawaii, would be hard to understand. A boring day here would be hard to understand, if you had longed to visit this country. It's really quite funny. My idea of a good day out is wandering around Walmart or JCPenny. . I love looking at the different architecture in different countries. I always look at real estate magazines when I visit a place and get to look into the houses. Another warped idea of fun ( according to my family).

Di, how is your pwc purchase getting along? With it taking so long, it would be a good idea to order one way ahead of needing it? Thinking of you here Hell-on-wheels.

Susan, poor little Tyler. Would be horrible spending Christmas in hospital, but the staff usually make it fun. Pediatric wards always had great Christmas parties, Santa and heaps of cool donated Christmas presents. Hopefully he can have a bit of fun. I think it's great that he thinks his tummy tube is cool. What a delight. We could sure learn a lot from children.

Competition on Helen, my wholemeal bread with nuts and grain, in the oven rising. Lol

Suns shining and if the pool gets to 27, I am going for a swim.

Everybody have a nice day

Dianne, Joyce, Kimmie, Ann, Liz, Linda, Avril, and everyone else, bless you
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