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  1. i fixed his wagon when he picked me up from work last nite miriam....he was fussin that i can remember was puttin him to sleep..i said , it will be alright, ya only gonna got about 5 more minutes of it..he said thank god, we are only 2 minutes from the house......so i said, oh...i need to stop by the grocery store first, if you dont mind...LOL

    think i ought to fill his ears with tommy james tonite? haha

  2. I AM OFFICIALLY on the wrong side of the generation gap..yall remember that term dont ya?

    ok, so ive let jethro borrow my car this week , while his vehicle is in the shop...which means he has to drive miss daisy.

    of course when you turn the ignition, the raspberries automatically start playing in my car...he told me, he was so glad he missed the 70's and that my music was embarrassing.. shocked

    so what ya think bout that? arrgh

  3. 3 cups warm water

    1 tablespoon white sugar

    2/3 cup white sugar

    3 (.25 ounce) envelopes active dry yeast

    1/4 cup milk

    2 eggs

    1 tablespoon salt

    10 cups all-purpose flour

    1/4 cup shortening

    1/4 cup butter, melted

    In a large bowl, mix together the warm water and 1 tablespoon sugar. Sprinkle the yeast over the top, and let it stand for about 10 minutes, until the yeast is foamy.

    Mix the milk, eggs and salt into the yeast.

    Measure the flour into a separate bowl, add 2/3 cup sugar, and crumble the shortening into it using your fingers until it is barely noticeable.

    Gradually stir the flour into the wet ingredients. Mix using a wooden spoon until the dough pulls away from the sides of the bowl and starts to form a ball around the spoon.

    Cover with a hot wet towel that has been wrung out, and set in a warm place to rise until double in bulk. This should take about 45 minutes.

    When the dough has risen, pour the melted butter over it, and knead for about 2 minutes. Let the dough rest for a few minutes, then roll out on a lightly floured surface to 1 inch thick. Use a knife to cut into 2 inch squares. Roll squares into balls, and place into greased round pans, spacing about 1 inch apart. Let rise again until doubled in size. You could also refrigerate the dough, and let it rise overnight for baking the next day

    Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Bake the rolls for about 12 minutes, until golden brown.

  4. a dime for milk? you make me feel very old miriam..i can remember when i first started school , milk was 2 1/2 cents..figure that one out...lol...so ya got two for a nickel..one sweet milk to please your mama and your teacher and one chocolate to please yourself. wink

    only lunchbox that really stands out in my memory was lavendar in color and had twiggy on it...oxymoron?

    as for what was in it? EVERYTHING but the kitchen sink..guess

    mama was afraid i would starve death before 3 pm...there were times i would throw some of it away , because there was no way

    i could eat it all, but didnt want her to know that i wasted food, because after all, there were starving children in china...oh the burden of carrying all that guilt around..LOL

    now if you bought your lunch ready made from the cafeteria, it was a whoppin 20 cents until you got to high school..then it went up to 50 cents, but only nerds ate in the cafeteria..us way cool kids, hung out at the smoke barrel and smoked cigs instead...oh how times changed..lol

    btw: i have the recipe for the school cafeteria rolls.. ill share if you would like to have it...a lot of work , but so worth it.

  5. B.V. ...That was GREAT!

    ...and S-O-L...maybe you're right rthat exercise does SUCK...

    Look at these videos just released from the federal government's Center For Disease Control.... :yikes:

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