nice to meet you! i used to come here on the regular but then life happened. pop in every once in a while though! how long have you been in RCMC??
Ummm...well I only joined MC less than a year ago, and I think I've been around here off and on since May. So I'm still a noob. And a goob. WOW, I am totally losing it. I'm usually fairly normal, I promise...that is, as normal as it gets around here
Well right now, I'm replying to you, while on my computer while laying in bed, because I'm getting tired.
But I'm guessing you meant a bigger picture thing. Same ol' things. I lead a fairly boring life, that I'm surprisingly happy with.
Yeah, no problem. Just hope I wasn't too distracting.
Not at all! I actually have fairly severe ADD and I can't focus on any one thing for too long at the best of times. My FB gets really quiet at night and I need a distraction to keep me from going completely nuts.
I am here. I put more collages in my Collage thread, and now I need to think about what I am going to have for lunch. I probably should eat some of the BBQ Chicken Breast that I bought at the deli. A sandwich is starting to sound good about now.
My grandson lives on bacon. How he stays so skinny is a mystery to me.
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...and not going with the lanyard idea... someone i know said " you aren't going to make a disney lover out of your cousin so just stop..." and they ruined my awesome stellar plans of a gift and so i am going to just get us disney shirts today at the DTD WOD store that we can wear tuesday. and that will be my gift to her..other then the fact that i am also taking her to lunch to Naples!
Baskin-Robbins is bringing back the Turkey Cake, a glazed confection first introduced in 1976. The cake, which serves up to 10 people and costs $32.99, can be customized with one or two Baskin-Robbins ice cream flavors, before it's glazed in a sweet caramel shell. The shell, by the way came in 2008, when the turkey cake was re-introduced. With the modern incarnation, even the drumstick tips are edible—they're actually sugar cones.