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  1. #1
    George Leppla Guest

    Default The Pleasant Zone

    I'm in that pleasant zone... the place between Thanksgiving dinner and
    dessert. It is located at the corner of Satisfaction Ave. and
    Anticipation Lane.

    Time to sit, let the belt out a notch and think about the oncoming
    destruction of pie and ice cream.

    George L

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    gloria.p Guest

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    George Leppla wrote:
    > I'm in that pleasant zone... the place between Thanksgiving dinner and
    > dessert. It is located at the corner of Satisfaction Ave. and
    > Anticipation Lane.
    >
    > Time to sit, let the belt out a notch and think about the oncoming
    > destruction of pie and ice cream.
    >
    > George L



    We were there a few hours ago. All I wanted was a nap.

    I settled for small pieces (yeah, right!) of pumpkin
    followed by chocolate cream pie. The latter was special
    for our 8 yr. old grandson who was fitted with braces
    Wednesday. I keep remembering when he was about 3 and
    used to ask me to make "choco-wit" pie.

    gloria p

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    Wayne Boatwright Guest

    Default Re: The Pleasant Zone

    On Thu 26 Nov 2009 08:35:21p, gloria.p told us...

    > George Leppla wrote:
    >> I'm in that pleasant zone... the place between Thanksgiving dinner and
    >> dessert. It is located at the corner of Satisfaction Ave. and
    >> Anticipation Lane.
    >>
    >> Time to sit, let the belt out a notch and think about the oncoming
    >> destruction of pie and ice cream.
    >>
    >> George L

    >
    >
    > We were there a few hours ago. All I wanted was a nap.
    >
    > I settled for small pieces (yeah, right!) of pumpkin
    > followed by chocolate cream pie. The latter was special
    > for our 8 yr. old grandson who was fitted with braces
    > Wednesday. I keep remembering when he was about 3 and
    > used to ask me to make "choco-wit" pie.
    >
    > gloria p
    >


    You're a good Grandma, Gloria!

    We ate dinner out, but came home for dessert. yesterday I baked pumpkin,
    pecan, and mince pies. So far we've only sampled the pumpkin, but it won't
    be long before we snag into the other two.

    --

    ~~ If there's a nit to pick, some nitwit will pick it. ~~

    ~~ A mind is a terrible thing to lose. ~~

    ************************************************** ********

    Wayne Boatwright


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    Ophelia Guest

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    George Leppla wrote:
    > I'm in that pleasant zone... the place between Thanksgiving dinner and
    > dessert. It is located at the corner of Satisfaction Ave. and
    > Anticipation Lane.
    >
    > Time to sit, let the belt out a notch and think about the oncoming
    > destruction of pie and ice cream.


    lol sounds great




  5. #5
    Becca Guest

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    gloria.p wrote:
    > We were there a few hours ago. All I wanted was a nap.
    >
    > I settled for small pieces (yeah, right!) of pumpkin
    > followed by chocolate cream pie. The latter was special
    > for our 8 yr. old grandson who was fitted with braces
    > Wednesday. I keep remembering when he was about 3 and
    > used to ask me to make "choco-wit" pie.
    >
    > gloria p


    Your grandson still enjoys Grandma's chocolate cream pie. I am sure he
    looks adorable, even with braces.


    No grandchildren yet, but my oldest son has been dating someone. Having
    grandchildren sure would be nice.


    Becca

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    Cheryl Guest

    Default Re: The Pleasant Zone


    "gloria.p" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:henhe1$kng$[email protected]..
    > George Leppla wrote:
    >> I'm in that pleasant zone... the place between Thanksgiving dinner and
    >> dessert. It is located at the corner of Satisfaction Ave. and
    >> Anticipation Lane.
    >>
    >> Time to sit, let the belt out a notch and think about the oncoming
    >> destruction of pie and ice cream.
    >>
    >> George L

    >
    >
    > We were there a few hours ago. All I wanted was a nap.
    >
    > I settled for small pieces (yeah, right!) of pumpkin
    > followed by chocolate cream pie. The latter was special
    > for our 8 yr. old grandson who was fitted with braces
    > Wednesday. I keep remembering when he was about 3 and
    > used to ask me to make "choco-wit" pie.
    >


    I had no room for pie at all, and the period between dinner and dessert was
    anything but pleasant. I completely overate. Mostly filled up before the
    meal, unfortunately. My sister and I went over to mom's at 8:30am and
    cooked most of the meal. The turkey, gravy, the stuffing was cooked ahead
    so only had to do the actually cooking part, polished silver, set the table,
    washed too many pots and pans so they wouldn't sit, and all the time
    munching on "stuff". Mostly dips and bread crackers, celery (which was
    amazing), nuts, other crudités.

    I hope dad was watching over us laughing at my sister and I asking each
    other questions about mom's house like where does she keep this? and how do
    you work this coffee maker? and what does this instruction mean in mom's
    turkey directions? and I swear the answer to each other's questions was
    always "I don't know". It turned out well, though.


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