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   Yottyhere  Did you say there was NO MORE coffee Meester Buzzard?????
   March 6 at 09:46 EST .

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   Yottyhere posted on Recipes  Mabel and Nu have been really behaving themselves recently(don't listen to Buzzard he tends to go overboard in theatrics when it comes to those two )

Anyhow as I was saying they have been on splendid behavior so when a couple weeks ago Nu asked if Mabel could come spend the weekend so she could start to teach her how to cook and bake like she does....I thought about it for a day or two and then decided we might as well give them a chance to start fresh.

I had butterflies in my tummy when I took Mabel to the airport (Nu was paying her way down I was paying her way back ) Mabel had her weekend bag and a bouquet of flowers from my garden on the short flight to Florida.

It was a successful visit, Mabel had a grand time, she texted me periodically during her stay about how much she was learning and how much fun it was now that she and Nu were being "good girls" shaddup Buzzard

Mabel texted me as they left for the airport this morning and said she had a big surprise for us.....I have to admit at first my heart dropped to my shoes but I convinced myself it would be okay.

It was a great relief to see Mabel getting off the plane, the sweet little pug I had sent down to Nu, and she was carrying a dessert box tied with a satin ribbon (wonder how she had convinced the TSA to let her carry that onto the plane? )
What a surprise Nu had taught Mabel to make a Lemon Meringue Pie for us and it was delish!!!
Here's the pie and the recipe they used:

Now raise your hands who thought this was going to head into Disaster Territory??

   May 4 at 13:39 EST .

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   Rollingcow  That's beautiful! My Grandmother used to make the best Lemon Meringue pies and that looks just like one of hers. Good on Nu for teaching Mabel something useful. Just let me grab my knitting bag and I'll be right there.
Mrs. Cow
May 4 at 15:17 EST .

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   NotaBene  Yuuuuummm, what a delicious pie. I love everything with lemons, lemon pie my favorite. Enjoy it Yotty. Well done Nu for not getting Mabel into mischief...
May 4 at 22:34 EST .

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   Hollyhock  YUM! The meringue is perfect.
May 5 at 22:50 EST .

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   BirdsNest  A slice of that would taste delicious right about now.
May 10 at 19:53 EST .

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   Yottyhere posted on Nugoddess  OK now tell me whatcha think on the following lines of the song....
Which opening do you like??
May 4 at 00:45 EST .

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   Nugoddess  I like 'em both but the monkeys makes me giggle really hard.
May 6 at 08:06 EST .

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   Yottyhere posted on Nugoddess  This????
   May 4 at 00:44 EST .

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   Yottyhere posted on Nugoddess  or
   May 4 at 00:43 EST .

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   Yottyhere posted on Nugoddess  .
   May 4 at 00:42 EST .

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   Yottyhere  I need to fix the printing on this one if I keep it to move the word MAN to the side because it ruins the picture ...this chimp looks just like a chimp version of "Fish" on Barney Miller (Abe Vigoda )
May 6 at 17:49 EST .

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   Yottyhere posted on Dogs, Cats & Critters  Meet


   May 3 at 19:55 EST .

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   Yottyhere posted on Gardening & Landscaping   Who KNEW????

   May 3 at 08:16 EST .

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   Escaped commieny  sheesh, I shouldn't have clicked on that site for your 'selfies' eek. Saw you and the cow, eek, eek.
May 3 at 14:40 EST .

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   Rollingcow  Interesting, Yots. I never heard of Naked Gardening Day it's still a bit too chilly here to do it, they should move it more toward mid-summer.
Mrs. Cow
May 3 at 17:25 EST .

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   Yottyhere  I had never heard of it either MrsC I listen to WSB 95.5 radio here in GA and the Gardening Guy yesterday morning was laughing about it so I Googled it and found that Wikipedia page..
Still a little chilly here in the mornings too to be outside nekkid I do believe.
May 4 at 07:30 EST .

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   Surfhut  I don't care what the weather. You will never find me outside nekkid. Unless dementia kicks in sometime in my future. Then all bets are off.
May 4 at 09:21 EST .

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   Rollingcow  In the case of demntia we'll think we're beautiful in our skin, until then, I believe I'll just cover those flaws.
Mrs. Cow
May 4 at 10:26 EST .

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   MeiDei  How can you look at that picture without a chuckle & smile!
May 6 at 10:14 EST .

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   StormCnter  Listen, y'all- I have a cousin who was president of the Naturist Society. His whole family goes au natural at home. The photo page of the NS board of directors would put your eyes out!! Yep, they also garden.
May 7 at 14:47 EST .

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   BirdsNest  Eye bleach. That is what one would need in the case of nekkid gardening.
May 8 at 07:29 EST .

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   Yottyhere posted on Gardening & Landscaping  (I think this was taken before Buzzard early mid afternoon nap sometimes I get them confused )

It must be survival of the fittest or something like that....

   May 2 at 21:44 EST .

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   Yottyhere  Meh that really isn't a good picture of that stand of irises. I will have to get a better one tomorrow.Need to be a little closer.
May 3 at 22:17 EST .

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   Surfhut  It's a wonderful picture. Those things are beautiful. I'm thinking about buying some real estate after the 1st of the year. One of the many pluses is that I can have a real, big garden.
May 4 at 09:24 EST .

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   Yottyhere posted on Gardening & Landscaping  Bird, have you noticed that since we had that "cold" winter that plants that survived it are coming back stronger and fuller? At first I thought it was just one or two plants and didn't thing that much about it. But the more plants that are getting their growth and buds they are a lot bigger than they were last spring when we had a mild winter.
I have a stand of early blooming irises that last year there were only maybe 5-6 blossoms...there must be 22 this year. Will get Buzz to take a picture after his early morning nap (not to be confused with his mid morning nap ..... snicker
May 2 at 08:49 EST .

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   Surfhut  Verrrry interesting. I planted native wildflowers from seed. Some were puny last year. The ones that survived winter are coming up like gangbusters. Survival of the fittest?
May 2 at 19:59 EST .

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   Gerty  Also to consider---those that did not make it through the winter allowed more room, nutrients, etc. to become available for the survivors to, well, survive!
May 3 at 09:14 EST .

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