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waggish jackanape
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Teething sucks!


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Do you need soup?





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I've found that frozen GoGurt helps with that, but not as much as baby ibuprofen.

Alaura swears by frozen whole-wheat mini-bagels.

(I SAW A PEEKING AITAPATA! Between her, and Royko, and Cav, it's like old home week, here!)


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Do you need soup?


Never underestimate the power of soup!


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True, the last time I underestimated soup I ended up with two cats and a wife.





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I almost got burned. Burned by hot soup.

(It seems that underestimating soup works out well for you, Cav).


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How are we all today? I am looking forward to the weekend.


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Weekend, yes.


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There is no weekend.

Only Zuul.





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NOOOOOOOOOOoooooOOOoooo


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There are still tomatoes in my garden and this makes me happy.


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Tomatoes are evil. That is why they must be beaten to a pulp and used only as ketchup or pasta sauce.


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I thought that way too, until I had an heirloom tomato. A Brandywine. The flavour is just intense and generally they don't have that weird gel sac around the seeds, or indeed, lots of seeds.


Minister of Kraftwerk in the Realm of U & P, Order of the Pineapple with frond for advancement in Nap studies.


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I visited the evils of Borough Market on Saturday. Met up with a Frog who had caught a mouse. And made apple pigs and apple shrunken heads on Sunday. Not in the rain. (I love popping little tomatoes a la Denethor style)


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And made apple pigs and apple shrunken heads on Sunday.


....you can't leave that there! Details! And possibly instructions!


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I want to know where your daughter got a mouse!



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In the kitchen cupboard Domi. They have named it Toby and given it a little house.
This is in their brand new (1 yr old) flat in London! They get everywhere don't they?

The apple pigs http://razorbladeoflife.blogsp...1/03/apple-pigs.html
and shrunken heads are a little tricky. My lunch hour is up. But I will try to find links or photos later ... (if I don't forget that is)

Did I hotlink there? I'm still a rubbish computer user.


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Happy Friday everybody!

Motley, those apple pigs are adorable.


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So for work today I get to tell scary stories in the park at 12. (Noon that is.) My time slot is an hour long. Normally I only do storytelling for 20-40 minutes. I hope my voice holds out.


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Did your voice hold? And are you happy in front of all those people watching you read?

I tried to do a bit of environmental art teaching and recycling jewellery sessions at this wonderful place, Bore Place but I really didn't like people looking at me. I can only do one to one - not groups. It scares me!


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