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Valley of the Sun Quilters   Off-Topic Chat

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bornblesse2

From: bornblesse2

9/4/19

Oh no Laura!   You need a retreat.....we need to talk!

bornblesse2

From: bornblesse2

9/4/19

Oh my.......that sounds like what my hubby COULD subsist on if left to his own devises.  Well, except those sodas!  He drinks wAter.  But, he will eat my cook g or other cooking offered to him.  But,  that’s about what he would eat left to his own...sandwiches galore too.

judyinohio

From: judyinohio

9/4/19

Mishii said:

In a week he drinks a 12 pack of pepsi, a 12 pack of Dr Pepper or Root Beer and a case of large Gatorade.

So your friend is a caffeine junkie, eh? He probably is single and since he takes the easy route when it comes to nourishment he probably has hemorrhoids and bad breath, too.  Your PITA isn't that big a nuisance if he cooks every day ... wish I could convince my DH to cook something.  He is a good cleaner-upper, though.

Mishii

From: Mishii

9/5/19

judyinohio said:

Your PITA isn't that big a nuisance if he cooks every day

That was one of the ground rules established back in 1987.  My X chromosome didn't come with a cookbook.  Being a wife and a mother is a fantastic choice for many women.  I am not one of those women. So he either had to learn to cook (which he should do any way as a functioning adult), or be hungry.  I have a tendency to get hangry, so bippity boppity boo, there ya go.  He cooks!  He is a strictly utilitarian cook...nothing fancy or exciting going on in our kitchen, but we obviously get plenty of food.  His mother never got over it I don't think.  Her poor baby marrying such a horrible woman who wouldn't be a good wife to her baby.  Whatever ::eyeroll::

LABFIEND

From: LABFIEND

9/5/19

 lppenguins said:

A/C froze up . It’s only 11 yrs old! 

?They don't make them to last anymore, my water heater guy said they only make them to last 5-6 years.  My first A/C was 25 years old when we replaced it.

Suze (casuzenn)

From: Suze (casuzenn)

9/5/19

Mishii said:

a 54 year old man and he eats frozen pizza, pot pies, pop tarts, different types of chips, and canned chili.  That's it. 

oh Lordy....what a picky eater!! His food choices got stuck at 3 year old level....too sad.. I take it he does not eat veggies either? 

He is missing out on some really great stuff.

Suze (casuzenn)

From: Suze (casuzenn)

9/5/19

lppenguins said:

broke my other thumb

oh geeze!! so sorry!

and sorry about the frozen A/C ...at least vacation was good!

bornblesse2

From: bornblesse2

9/5/19

Well, I am finally home for the day without obligations.  Well, choir does start up this evening.  But that’s after supper....

what to do, what to do?  Not quite sure where to start.  Hummmmmm......

bornblesse2

From: bornblesse2

9/5/19

Denise,

it just popped into my brain that I told you after my trip I would come help you splice batting together!  Did you get your quilts measured?  I got a few days here and there....could even do today or tomorrow....maybe.

DANCESONAIR

From: DANCESONAIR

9/5/19

Love all this so much Judy...I love feeling a part of your family's joy!

Marcia :o)

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