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post #1711 of 1715
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I'll be there - by some miracle all the presents are wrapped before nightfall tonight - hubby wanted to know if this was different from past years :/.  He can't remember staying up late - maybe because he wasn't the one staying up late...

 

No grilling, roasting, broiling, baking, boiling, sauteing, or searing moat denizens!  Sea angel (pteropod) for you...

 

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post #1712 of 1715

How seasonally appropriate, and the warmest of holiday greetings to you, blue!

post #1713 of 1715
May your creatures not get fuzzy!

But may the walls get covered in mold!

Let us raise our glasses together

And remember to be bold!!!
Alaskan

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post #1714 of 1715

But . . . . isn't mold (or other substances) what we are scrubbing off the walls - of the moats?:idunno

post #1715 of 1715

silly :bun we GROW the mold, we LOVE the mold..... mold is GREEN!!   

 

 

 

 

:hide  oops, are we not allowed to talk about green things on the moat thread????   :/

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