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From Twitter 11-07-2009 [Nov. 8th, 2009|03:01 am]

  • 10:03:24: Staying inside today: first day of deer season.
  • 10:04:57: Horses promise good behavior if allowed into (still wet) lower field. No running, no bucking, no rolling in muck. HA!
  • 12:42:47: Michael's 26 today. Very hard to believe, even with the evidence standing there in front of me.
  • 14:49:23: Made bread. Even with new larger baking sheets, dividing the brown bread dough into halves means loaves will coalesce. Tastes fine.

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[User Picture]From: kimuro
2009-11-08 12:13 pm (UTC)
Happy Birthday Michael. Many happy returns of the day.
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[User Picture]From: melissajm
2009-11-08 12:51 pm (UTC)
Happy birthday to Michael!
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From: (Anonymous)
2009-11-08 02:01 pm (UTC)
WOW!! Happy Birthday, Michael.

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[User Picture]From: msminlr
2009-11-08 02:35 pm (UTC)

Michael birthday

Yeah; our daughter Sharon hit 25 this past June.

Makes ya feel old, don'nit?

We took her grandmother [Morris's mom] up to Indiana to visit for the occasion. Catherine had been trapped in Mississippi by Morris-senior's ill-health for both College Graduation and Wedding festivities.
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From: zackthedog
2009-11-09 01:49 pm (UTC)


Wish I could have been there for his birthday! And I know what you mean - Tim turned 27 this year. Even with the babies scampering about, it's hard to believe he could be that old.
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[User Picture]From: e_moon60
2009-11-09 02:40 pm (UTC)

Re: Michael

I had not realized Tim was only a year older than Michael. Ye gods.
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From: zackthedog
2009-11-09 01:51 pm (UTC)

horses in wet field

HA! indeed. I trust your two as much as I trust Tucker to stay out of water. Which he found yesterday at Rice Creek, and splashed happily.
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[User Picture]From: e_moon60
2009-11-09 02:40 pm (UTC)

Re: horses in wet field

We know our critters...Tucker to water (and mud) and horses to mud (and anything edible by tall animals with strong teeth.)
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