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Posted on the QAL MySpace & [livejournal.com profile] scarborough_tx, too...

Holiday Silliness from The Lace



The Charleston

Disco Fever
sandmansister: (solstice - archmage)
Posted on the QAL MySpace & [livejournal.com profile] scarborough_tx, too...

Holiday Silliness from The Lace



The Charleston

Disco Fever
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Posted on the QAL MySpace & [livejournal.com profile] scarborough_tx, too...

Holiday Silliness from The Lace



The Charleston

Disco Fever
sandmansister: (solstice - archmage)
Posted on the QAL MySpace & [livejournal.com profile] scarborough_tx, too...

Holiday Silliness from The Lace



The Charleston

Disco Fever
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Got this from my thister [livejournal.com profile] punkinbutt... SUPER cute for anyone who knows kids or is a kid at heart. Call the toll free phone number below to listen to Santa Claus.

He is very jolly and from Dec 13th - Dec 24th, there is a new message from Santa everyday. He reminds the children to be good and thoughtful to others and he sounds very real..... Best of all it is FREE!

Call Santa!
800-972-6242
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Got this from my thister [livejournal.com profile] punkinbutt... SUPER cute for anyone who knows kids or is a kid at heart. Call the toll free phone number below to listen to Santa Claus.

He is very jolly and from Dec 13th - Dec 24th, there is a new message from Santa everyday. He reminds the children to be good and thoughtful to others and he sounds very real..... Best of all it is FREE!

Call Santa!
800-972-6242
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Got this from my thister [livejournal.com profile] punkinbutt... SUPER cute for anyone who knows kids or is a kid at heart. Call the toll free phone number below to listen to Santa Claus.

He is very jolly and from Dec 13th - Dec 24th, there is a new message from Santa everyday. He reminds the children to be good and thoughtful to others and he sounds very real..... Best of all it is FREE!

Call Santa!
800-972-6242
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Welcome to the 2006 Holiday Edition of Getting to Know Your Friends, as emailed to me by [livejournal.com profile] dancewench! You know the drill. Copy and paste, changing my answers to your answers.


1. Egg Nog or Hot Chocolate? I like both. There's a romance to hot chocolate(plus it's great with Bailey's or Frangelico). Angie's egg nog has spoiled me for life, though. Can't do the store bought stuff anymore!

2. Does Santa wrap presents or just sit them under the tree? Ditto Jack: tree = wrapped, stocking = unwrapped

3. Colored lights on tree/house or white? I like plain white on the tree and fat, old school bulbs outside, though if they're wound in garland I will go with plain lights. Can't do twinkles (especially when they're set on different speeds). Harf!

4. Do you hang mistletoe? Nope. Can't find any when I'm thinking of it, and don't have scissors & a step ladder when I see it! Every year, I keep thinking, "Gotta stash those in the car in case there's a missed mistletoe opportunity!" So far I have failed my save. Read more... )
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Welcome to the 2006 Holiday Edition of Getting to Know Your Friends, as emailed to me by [livejournal.com profile] dancewench! You know the drill. Copy and paste, changing my answers to your answers.


1. Egg Nog or Hot Chocolate? I like both. There's a romance to hot chocolate(plus it's great with Bailey's or Frangelico). Angie's egg nog has spoiled me for life, though. Can't do the store bought stuff anymore!

2. Does Santa wrap presents or just sit them under the tree? Ditto Jack: tree = wrapped, stocking = unwrapped

3. Colored lights on tree/house or white? I like plain white on the tree and fat, old school bulbs outside, though if they're wound in garland I will go with plain lights. Can't do twinkles (especially when they're set on different speeds). Harf!

4. Do you hang mistletoe? Nope. Can't find any when I'm thinking of it, and don't have scissors & a step ladder when I see it! Every year, I keep thinking, "Gotta stash those in the car in case there's a missed mistletoe opportunity!" So far I have failed my save. Read more... )
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Welcome to the 2006 Holiday Edition of Getting to Know Your Friends, as emailed to me by [livejournal.com profile] dancewench! You know the drill. Copy and paste, changing my answers to your answers.


1. Egg Nog or Hot Chocolate? I like both. There's a romance to hot chocolate(plus it's great with Bailey's or Frangelico). Angie's egg nog has spoiled me for life, though. Can't do the store bought stuff anymore!

2. Does Santa wrap presents or just sit them under the tree? Ditto Jack: tree = wrapped, stocking = unwrapped

3. Colored lights on tree/house or white? I like plain white on the tree and fat, old school bulbs outside, though if they're wound in garland I will go with plain lights. Can't do twinkles (especially when they're set on different speeds). Harf!

4. Do you hang mistletoe? Nope. Can't find any when I'm thinking of it, and don't have scissors & a step ladder when I see it! Every year, I keep thinking, "Gotta stash those in the car in case there's a missed mistletoe opportunity!" So far I have failed my save. Read more... )
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Got this from Bob-n-Stuff (brother of Maggie Tudor the first)... had to share:

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Got this from Bob-n-Stuff (brother of Maggie Tudor the first)... had to share:

Photobucket - Video and Image Hosting
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Got this from Bob-n-Stuff (brother of Maggie Tudor the first)... had to share:

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Meant to say in my last post how much I enjoyed my first outing to Dickens on the Strand. What a lovely area, and hooray for fun shopping! In the small world category, a co-worker's husband used to work for the Tremont Hotel. Hmmm. Enjoyed the company, and had just enough caroling to remind me of the best parts of Omni, only without the seasonal burn out. Also enjoyed copious amounts of seafood (mmmm, San Francisco fondue).

Of course, there was the requisite "WHAT did you say?!?!?" hilarity, courtesy of none other than [livejournal.com profile] lebean. See, Delia & I were talking baking. She complained that her silicon bread pans cooked things evenly, but too much. She had adjusted the bake time down at least 15 minutes and the bread still burned. I puzzled over that, explaining that I had a silicon bundt pan, and made this great coffee cake in it. You just flip it over, give a little jiggle and it comes out beautifully. (You can see where this is going, can't you?)

I glance over at the other table, and [livejournal.com profile] lebean is turning a lovely shade of purple (go fig) and flailing about. I give her the "WTF?!?" sign, and she tells me what she heard.

I have a silicon butt. You just flip it over, give a little jiggle and it comes out beautifully.


Yeah, good times.

I laughed so hard—say it with me—a little pee almost came out. Oh, and the restaurant turned up the music to drown out my big mouth. (Sorry, [livejournal.com profile] dleighb.)

In other news, I had to take a pic of what The Arbiter has dubbed "The Christmas Carrot." I'm not sure what my neighbors were going for, but I'm pretty sure that's not it:

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Meant to say in my last post how much I enjoyed my first outing to Dickens on the Strand. What a lovely area, and hooray for fun shopping! In the small world category, a co-worker's husband used to work for the Tremont Hotel. Hmmm. Enjoyed the company, and had just enough caroling to remind me of the best parts of Omni, only without the seasonal burn out. Also enjoyed copious amounts of seafood (mmmm, San Francisco fondue).

Of course, there was the requisite "WHAT did you say?!?!?" hilarity, courtesy of none other than [livejournal.com profile] lebean. See, Delia & I were talking baking. She complained that her silicon bread pans cooked things evenly, but too much. She had adjusted the bake time down at least 15 minutes and the bread still burned. I puzzled over that, explaining that I had a silicon bundt pan, and made this great coffee cake in it. You just flip it over, give a little jiggle and it comes out beautifully. (You can see where this is going, can't you?)

I glance over at the other table, and [livejournal.com profile] lebean is turning a lovely shade of purple (go fig) and flailing about. I give her the "WTF?!?" sign, and she tells me what she heard.

I have a silicon butt. You just flip it over, give a little jiggle and it comes out beautifully.


Yeah, good times.

I laughed so hard—say it with me—a little pee almost came out. Oh, and the restaurant turned up the music to drown out my big mouth. (Sorry, [livejournal.com profile] dleighb.)

In other news, I had to take a pic of what The Arbiter has dubbed "The Christmas Carrot." I'm not sure what my neighbors were going for, but I'm pretty sure that's not it:

sandmansister: (Default)
Meant to say in my last post how much I enjoyed my first outing to Dickens on the Strand. What a lovely area, and hooray for fun shopping! In the small world category, a co-worker's husband used to work for the Tremont Hotel. Hmmm. Enjoyed the company, and had just enough caroling to remind me of the best parts of Omni, only without the seasonal burn out. Also enjoyed copious amounts of seafood (mmmm, San Francisco fondue).

Of course, there was the requisite "WHAT did you say?!?!?" hilarity, courtesy of none other than [livejournal.com profile] lebean. See, Delia & I were talking baking. She complained that her silicon bread pans cooked things evenly, but too much. She had adjusted the bake time down at least 15 minutes and the bread still burned. I puzzled over that, explaining that I had a silicon bundt pan, and made this great coffee cake in it. You just flip it over, give a little jiggle and it comes out beautifully. (You can see where this is going, can't you?)

I glance over at the other table, and [livejournal.com profile] lebean is turning a lovely shade of purple (go fig) and flailing about. I give her the "WTF?!?" sign, and she tells me what she heard.

I have a silicon butt. You just flip it over, give a little jiggle and it comes out beautifully.


Yeah, good times.

I laughed so hard—say it with me—a little pee almost came out. Oh, and the restaurant turned up the music to drown out my big mouth. (Sorry, [livejournal.com profile] dleighb.)

In other news, I had to take a pic of what The Arbiter has dubbed "The Christmas Carrot." I'm not sure what my neighbors were going for, but I'm pretty sure that's not it:

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