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  1. #55161
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    Boston area, OK, Newton, right by Heartbreak Hill
    I saw Elvis Costello in concert last night at the Leader Bank Pavilion in the Seaport region of Boston.

  2. #55162
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    Boston area, OK, Newton, right by Heartbreak Hill
    Today is an epic mini-golf throw down between my husband, 3 of the 4 boys, and me. Paddies is in Maryland, but the rest of us are going to Kimball Farms for a battle royale. I WILL be leaving my purse in the car. I don't always win when I leave my purse in the car, but I have never finished last.

  3. #55163
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    Feb 2007
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    Boston area, OK, Newton, right by Heartbreak Hill
    I hadn't posted for a few days so I thought it was time to catch everybody up on my life. I'm going to pretend you are all very interested.

    I'm running the Falmouth Road Race next Sunday, 8/21, raising money with the One Summit team. I have not yet reached the team minimum - I'm super close, but not there yet, so if anybody here wants to throw a few bucks at a very worthy cause, send me PM and I'll send you a link to the team's page.

  4. #55164
    Quote Originally Posted by DukieInKansas View Post
    Yes, heading to Clemson for Nephew Alex's hooding ceremony.

    Probably should change the wording on that - PhD graduation ceremony.
    It really happened.
    http://https://twitter.com/ClemsonFBRoss/status/1557774555703230465?s=20&t=mRgih9dX6ZpNr3yDJRav_w

  5. #55165
    Nice, but was he giving them the right message?

  6. #55166
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    Jan 2010
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    Outside Philly
    Quote Originally Posted by camion View Post
    I just registered for OLLI classes at Furman University since I live nearby. I do get OLLI notices from Duke from time to time. The Duke location leans more toward online Zoom classes than at Furman where most classes are in person. One thing both the instructors and students like about OLLI is there are no tests and no grading.

    In any event, I signed up for several courses this fall.
    HFE554 - Chair Yoga
    PAH854 - Beginner Bridge
    PPG1367 - What is "Whole Brain Thinking” (WBT)?
    CEB1733 - Understanding and Planning for Long Term Care
    BTE1164b - Indian Cooking (one single class)
    I don't know why chairs need yoga but Indian Cooking sounds Yum! My wife was born in Scotland and she and her mother make a lot of British bastardized Indian curries. They're often quite good but also not the same.

  7. #55167
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    Quote Originally Posted by bundabergdevil View Post
    I don't know why chairs need yoga but Indian Cooking sounds Yum! My wife was born in Scotland and she and her mother make a lot of British bastardized Indian curries. They're often quite good but also not the same.
    Always room for some Indian haggis!

  8. #55168
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    Quote Originally Posted by budwom View Post
    Always room for some Indian haggis!
    Sounds pretty good, actually.

  9. #55169
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    Put the trail camera under the bird feeder tonight. See if anything comes shuffling around the sunflower at night.

  10. #55170
    Quote Originally Posted by Bostondevil View Post
    Today is an epic mini-golf throw down between my husband, 3 of the 4 boys, and me. Paddies is in Maryland, but the rest of us are going to Kimball Farms for a battle royale. I WILL be leaving my purse in the car. I don't always win when I leave my purse in the car, but I have never finished last.

    Well????

  11. #55171
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    Feb 2007
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    Quote Originally Posted by YmoBeThere View Post
    Well????
    Sad news. We went to an old favorite because it's always been a great course. In recent years they have expanded what's there to include bumper boats and an arcade and a few other attractions. Today was, by far, the most crowded we had ever seen it with a 90 minute wait to get on the course. Yeah, no. We didn't play. We'd already been in the car around 40 minutes and going to one of the other courses we like would have involved at least another 40 minute drive. We went for lunch then stopped at our favorite soft serve ice cream place on the way home.

  12. #55172
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    Boston area, OK, Newton, right by Heartbreak Hill
    Nice! Great team spirit!

  13. #55173
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    Outside Philly
    Sometimes I think my toddler wakes up and thinks, "Today, I choose violence."

  14. #55174
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    Loud laughing is not polite in Hawaii but a lo ha is appropriate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bundabergdevil View Post
    Sounds pretty good, actually.
    Both cultures know lamb

  16. #55176
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    Feb 2007
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    Greenville, SC
    Quote Originally Posted by bundabergdevil View Post
    Loud laughing is not polite in Hawaii but a lo ha is appropriate.
    Would that be a Hawaiian comedian's opening joke, or maybe the last one?

  17. #55177
    Quote Originally Posted by budwom View Post
    Both cultures know lamb
    Mary does also...

  18. #55178
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    Nov 2007
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    Vermont
    Quote Originally Posted by Bostondevil View Post
    Sad news. We went to an old favorite because it's always been a great course. In recent years they have expanded what's there to include bumper boats and an arcade and a few other attractions. Today was, by far, the most crowded we had ever seen it with a 90 minute wait to get on the course. Yeah, no. We didn't play. We'd already been in the car around 40 minutes and going to one of the other courses we like would have involved at least another 40 minute drive. We went for lunch then stopped at our favorite soft serve ice cream place on the way home.
    As Yogi said, no one ever goes there any more because it's too crowded.

  19. #55179
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    Jan 2010
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    Quote Originally Posted by YmoBeThere View Post
    Mary does also...
    But not biblically speaking (I hope). That would be Ewe.

  20. #55180
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    Quote Originally Posted by camion View Post
    Would that be a Hawaiian comedian's opening joke, or maybe the last one?
    Either way, the crowd would be very Maui!

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