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Old 02-16-2004, 08:53 PM #11 (permalink)
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Hi:
Just a thought. There used to be socks that you could get for skiing called "hot chilis". Since my wife and all three daughters seemed to get really cold feet when we were skiing... they used them. Her feet were rarely cold after that. On the other hand, usually when I came home from work, my wife would have our golden retreiver sprawled across her feet too.... Carol, you should try that... and the dog doesn't like hockey!

John, he was known as Uncle Biggie... but not to his face. My dad was a bricklayer too(he preferred stone mason). I have more than enough experience with mixing both mortar and concrete... most of which went into walls and fireplaces... as far as I know.

I learned to speak limited Italian on the job... most of which is not appropriate anywhere but on the job!

... I thought all women preferred flannel night gowns!

Take care!
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