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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Sparky!Family and College Football Saturday! Good luck to everyone's teams!
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Lazy Sunday!

    Here's this week's College Football Roundup: USC beat Arizona 49-35 (and whoa was that a wild second half shootout or what? ), Virginia Tech fell to Miami 28-10, Tennessee beat Southern Miss 24-10, and it was a no good very bad day in Atlantis as Air Force fell to Army 21-0 and Navy fell to Temple 34-26.
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Pretty Friday!

    Definitely pretty out here. Three days after Halloween, and we have SNOW.



    Exactly.
    Snow?! Whoa. I was in the mountains this weekend trying to soak up the last of the amazing fall color...and it was 80 degrees!

    Quote Originally Posted by Scary Kitty View Post
    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Lazy Sunday!

    Here's this week's College Football Roundup: USC beat Arizona 49-35 (and whoa was that a wild second half shootout or what? ), Virginia Tech fell to Miami 28-10, Tennessee beat Southern Miss 24-10, and it was a no good very bad day in Atlantis as Air Force fell to Army 21-0 and Navy fell to Temple 34-26.
    Maybe they slept in and skipped the run since they knew all their Earth bound friends and family were getting an extra hour of sleep. As Daylight Savings time sucks, IMHO anyway (I'd rather have the light at night), I'd like to think they didn't observe that nonsense on Atlantis.

    The time changed a week ago in Paris when I was there. So I went forward six hours once I arrived in Paris, back one for the time change, then back five to EST when I came home, now back one more for DST...all I can say is thank goodness for cell phones. My body is still trying to figure out what the heck is going on. Then I feed it chocolate and all is right with the world again.
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Canon Monday!
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Smutty Tuesday!
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    Why, oh why, did I have to bring up the 80 degree weather where I live after SK mentioned snow? It was like tempting the weather gods. We've got 30 degree nights back in the forecast, but at least the chance of snow still looks slim.
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Screw the Angst Wednesday!

    Quote Originally Posted by Zandra's Ashes View Post
    Why, oh why, did I have to bring up the 80 degree weather where I live after SK mentioned snow? It was like tempting the weather gods. We've got 30 degree nights back in the forecast, but at least the chance of snow still looks slim.
    Oh dear... On the bright side, it looks like we snagged a bit of your warmer weather, it's supposed to be in the low 50s today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Red View Post
    I know no one here will believe this but a friend called Mr. SR this week asking for help with a document that she planned to send him by snail mail. He suggested she scan it into a word processor. Her reply "What's a word processor?" I swear I am not making this up. She has a computer, is on FB and shops online. I guess she just never needed to type anything. LOL So, we got the doc by snail mail. He scanned it, made the changes she wanted, I edited it, we printed it off and mailed it back. Easier than trying to teach her.
    My literal reaction:

    Quote Originally Posted by Zandra's Ashes View Post
    I actually made it into Belgium, not where FH is, but I was in Bruges for a day. Loved it! It was beautiful, and I loved the beef stew I had there. They said it was simmered in beer and it was insanely good.
    Bruges is about a 2,5 drive from where I'm at. I have friends in the neighborhood of Bruges though.
    However, I wasn't in Belgium the past few days. I was in Tenerife, spending some quality time with the local vulcano, the Teide, and the local wildlife -- literally surrounded by a pod of dolphins while kayaking and a curious seaturtle. Also, stood eye-to-eye with a rescued Orca (the nearly deaf Morgan, rescued from the North Sea which is not a place where orcas naturally appear) -- like a meter apart, gazing into eachother's eyes. Hers were a nice shade of blue.

    Sounds like you're describing the good old fashioned "Stoofvlees" dish, which is yummy and the sauce is also very yummy as a substitute for mayo or ketchup with fries.

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    ...Air Force fell to Army 21-0...
    Okay, ouch...

    Quote Originally Posted by Zandra's Ashes View Post
    The time changed a week ago in Paris when I was there. So I went forward six hours once I arrived in Paris, back one for the time change, then back five to EST when I came home, now back one more for DST...all I can say is thank goodness for cell phones. My body is still trying to figure out what the heck is going on. Then I feed it chocolate and all is right with the world again.
    A timezone yo-yo -- check

    DST Belgium -1h
    Tenerife four days later -1h cause different timezone (so that's a loss of 2h)
    Back to Belgium 7 days later +1

    This morning the alarm went off at 6am -- sure didn't feel like it.
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Fluffy Thursday!

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Bruges is about a 2,5 drive from where I'm at. I have friends in the neighborhood of Bruges though.
    However, I wasn't in Belgium the past few days. I was in Tenerife, spending some quality time with the local vulcano, the Teide, and the local wildlife -- literally surrounded by a pod of dolphins while kayaking and a curious seaturtle. Also, stood eye-to-eye with a rescued Orca (the nearly deaf Morgan, rescued from the North Sea which is not a place where orcas naturally appear) -- like a meter apart, gazing into eachother's eyes. Hers were a nice shade of blue.
    Squee! Glad you had fun, it all sounds beautiful!

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Sounds like you're describing the good old fashioned "Stoofvlees" dish, which is yummy and the sauce is also very yummy as a substitute for mayo or ketchup with fries.
    Getting hungry again...
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Pretty Friday!
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    It's Friday... time to do ... nothing... cause too damn tired. Going on vacation is really tiresome.
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Sparky!Family and College Football Saturday! Good luck to everyone's teams!

    It's also Veterans Day here in the US (and Armistice Day in other parts of the world). Please take a moment to remember those who served and the sacrifices they have made to defend the freedoms we have today.
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Lazy Sunday!

    Here's this week's College Football Roundup: It's a mixed bag all around as USC beat Colorado 38-24, Virginia Tech lost to Georgia Tech 28-22, Tennessee lost to Missouri 50-17, and in the race for the Atlantis Cup, Air Force fell to Wyoming 28-14, while Navy beat SMU 43-40.
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    ...Air Force fell to Wyoming 28-14...
    Looks like my Falcons need another pep-talk.
    Perhaps their season goes up and down like a falcon hunting for food -- lower to the ground when he's hungry and higher when he's had his meal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    My literal reaction:

    Bruges is about a 2,5 drive from where I'm at. I have friends in the neighborhood of Bruges though.
    However, I wasn't in Belgium the past few days. I was in Tenerife, spending some quality time with the local vulcano, the Teide, and the local wildlife -- literally surrounded by a pod of dolphins while kayaking and a curious seaturtle. Also, stood eye-to-eye with a rescued Orca (the nearly deaf Morgan, rescued from the North Sea which is not a place where orcas naturally appear) -- like a meter apart, gazing into eachother's eyes. Hers were a nice shade of blue.

    Sounds like you're describing the good old fashioned "Stoofvlees" dish, which is yummy and the sauce is also very yummy as a substitute for mayo or ketchup with fries.



    Okay, ouch...

    A timezone yo-yo -- check

    DST Belgium -1h
    Tenerife four days later -1h cause different timezone (so that's a loss of 2h)
    Back to Belgium 7 days later +1

    This morning the alarm went off at 6am -- sure didn't feel like it.
    Sounds like you had an beautiful trip! What a lovely experience. And yes, time zone yo-yo, I love it. The word, not the jet lag induced confusion.

    I found a recipe for the beef stew dish that I'm going to try out this week- it's so cold here! I'll have to make some fries to and give that a try.

    Quote Originally Posted by Scary Kitty View Post
    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Sparky!Family and College Football Saturday! Good luck to everyone's teams!

    It's also Veterans Day here in the US (and Armistice Day in other parts of the world). Please take a moment to remember those who served and the sacrifices they have made to defend the freedoms we have today.
    Veteran's Day seemed unusually touching this year. Maybe because it fell on the weekend and the numbers at the annual parade I usually attend more than doubled from last year. In valor there is hope. We will never forget their sacrifices.

    While the parade was poignant, football was brutal. Tennessee is officially without head coach for the remainder of the season. A tough break for all involved. I feel for the team.
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    Sounds like you had an beautiful trip! What a lovely experience.
    I was literally moved to tears (even though I will deny saying so if ever having to say it out loud to anyone ), and I'm hardly if ever moveable to tears so the fact that these experiences did so, gives some indication of the raw beauty I identify them with. The absolute epitome of happiness.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zandra's Ashes View Post
    I found a recipe for the beef stew dish that I'm going to try out this week- it's so cold here! I'll have to make some fries to and give that a try.
    Definitely try it with fries -- and perhaps if you ever make it to Belgium, we could meet up and introduce you to plenty more good stuff. Like other classics my grandmother used to make for us.
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    I'm going to watch The Siege trio today. Fun times. Drama, excitement, HUGS!


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    That storm came through here on the one night in the week that Mr. SR and I went out to dinner with friends. We were lucky though and didn't lose power.

    Next to opening emails and clicking on links from people you don't know and then calling him to ask for help when your whole system gets corrupted, writing down passwords is Mr. SR's biggest pet peeve.

    I know no one here will believe this but a friend called Mr. SR this week asking for help with a document that she planned to send him by snail mail. He suggested she scan it into a word processor. Her reply "What's a word processor?" I swear I am not making this up. She has a computer, is on FB and shops online. I guess she just never needed to type anything. LOL So, we got the doc by snail mail. He scanned it, made the changes she wanted, I edited it, we printed it off and mailed it back. Easier than trying to teach her.
    Oh my goodness. Wow.

    My sister lost her internet for a week and I was asking if she could still use her phone or was her data plan limited. She had no clue what I was talking about. So I asked if she had her phone connected to her Wifi and again she had no clue. I gave up.


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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Pretty Friday!

    Definitely pretty out here. Three days after Halloween, and we have SNOW.



    Exactly.
    Snow?? EEK!!

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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Canon Monday!

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Looks like my Falcons need another pep-talk.
    Perhaps their season goes up and down like a falcon hunting for food -- lower to the ground when he's hungry and higher when he's had his meal.
    Heh! You may have something with that.

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    I'm going to watch The Siege trio today. Fun times. Drama, excitement, HUGS!
    SQUEE! It's always That Hug.

    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post
    My sister lost her internet for a week and I was asking if she could still use her phone or was her data plan limited. She had no clue what I was talking about. So I asked if she had her phone connected to her Wifi and again she had no clue. I gave up.


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    Snow?? EEK!!
    I know, right? Boggled my mind, that's for sure. Now we're in the 50s but with a windstorm roaring outside.
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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Smutty Tuesday!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    I was literally moved to tears (even though I will deny saying so if ever having to say it out loud to anyone ), and I'm hardly if ever moveable to tears so the fact that these experiences did so, gives some indication of the raw beauty I identify them with. The absolute epitome of happiness.



    Definitely try it with fries -- and perhaps if you ever make it to Belgium, we could meet up and introduce you to plenty more good stuff. Like other classics my grandmother used to make for us.
    Will do and I'm already planning a return trip to Europe. I'm hoping to get back next May or June. Oddly enough, flights have been less expensive for me to fly to Europe than to the West Coast, through March anyway. I'll have to see if they put any of the warmer dates on sale. Then I'll just have to decide what I can fit into a week's visit.

    Quote Originally Posted by JT-2 View Post
    I'm going to watch The Siege trio today. Fun times. Drama, excitement, HUGS!
    I'm going to have to watch those next. I've been bouncing around trying to re-watch some of the ones I tend to skip by, but you had me at hugs.

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    Good morning, Sparkies! Happy Canon Monday!

    Heh! You may have something with that.

    SQUEE! It's always That Hug.



    I know, right? Boggled my mind, that's for sure. Now we're in the 50s but with a windstorm roaring outside.
    I saw some crazy video footage on the news, it looked like the ferries were getting knocked around quite a bit. Hope it's settling down.
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