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hedgehog

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Gender: Female
Hometown: Oswego County, New York
Home country: USA
Current location: Lake Ontario Snow Belt
Member since: Fri Apr 23, 2004, 11:56 PM
Number of posts: 34,724

About Me

I've been a female working a "man's job" (mechanical engineer), stay at home Mom (6 kids), working Mom (6 kids to put through college), unemployed, underemployed, temporarily employed and now working from home! We live on an old, small farm with 2 dogs and 2 cats in the house, variable number of chickens out in the yard.

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I'm already thinking of next Christmas - so what's the best cookie press out there?

Not to mention - best spritz cookie recipe!

Does anyone think that closing lanes on the GWB is the only time Christie used his

office to punish someone?

"So, Mayor, that's a real nice bridge you got there. It'd be a shame should something happen to it..

The Children's Blizzard

What the settlers did not know — could not know, because the Army Signal Corps chose not issue a Cold Wave warning the previous night — was that a dynamic blizzard was just then sprinting across Montana and northern Colorado. A massive cold air mass had formed around Jan. 8, shifting from Medicine Hat, Alberta, to Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan. Both places saw violent wind conditions and extreme temperature drops. On Jan. 11, the mass raced full bore across the United States, covering more than 780 miles in 17 hours.

http://www.minnpost.com/minnesota-history/2013/01/125-years-ago-deadly-children-s-blizzard-blasted-minnesota

In many areas, notably parts of Texas, high school football is a religion.

Therefore, shouldn't high school football be banned as a state sponsored religion?

Any Beaders here? I bought some lampwork sqirrels intending to

hang them on a necklace as pendants. The problem it that the hole runs vertically head to tail and is too wide for a head pin. I'm afraid if i use a cap bead to secure the head pin, it will look like the squirrel is, well, pooping. Any ideas? Anyone ever use glue to secure the head pin inside the bead?

Anyone here in a choir, chorus? Any pet peeves?

Mine: Arrangements of religious music that sound like the end of Act 1 showstopper of a Broadway musical. Mind you, I like Broadway musicals. It's just that the hymn that ends on a crescendo of "gloria, gloria, gloria, Gloooooooria to the Looooooooord!" has become rather a cliche, IMO!

Ahem......My Christmas Gift to MFM!



http://www.democraticunderground.com/1014676237

What would baby Jesus eat? Pope supports breast-feeding in public

Source: La Stampa via NBC

“I said to her: madam, I think the child’s hungry.”

“Yes, it’s probably time…” she replied.

“Please give it something to eat!” I said.

“She was shy and didn’t want to breast-feed in public, while the Pope was passing. I wish to say the same to humanity: give people something to eat! That woman had milk to give to her child; we have enough food in the world to feed everyone.”

Read more: http://www.today.com/moms/what-would-baby-jesus-eat-pope-supports-breast-feeding-public-2D11765613



!

A Lyme disease warning for dog owners:

We left the dogs in good shape Saturday morning, came home Sunday evening and one dog was so weak he couldn't bark or raise his head. God bless our vets - they opened up the office and checked him out right then and there and started him on antibiotics. He's in good shape now ( and the sound of a dog rooting in the kitchen garbage can never sounded so sweet!)

The takeaway is that Lyme disease can hit dogs, and it hits hard and fast. If we'd waited until Monday morning, i don't think he would have made it.
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