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NHG: I'll be praying, for sure, about your husband. Glad things are going better...


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I'm sorry to hear that your husband isn't well. I'm happy to hear he's on the mend, though, and hope he'll fell much better soon!

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...visit my sister.  We're going to play a lot of piano duets, shop at Theodore Presser for more music and visit tea houses.  


This sounds like you and your sister will have a wonderful time together. I hope it will be possible for you to make the trip!

Playing music together is a pleasure I really miss. My sister and I did that a lot when we lived in the same town. She played the piano and I the flute. Heh, that was fun.



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Thank you Exj-j and Poly.  My husband has some more tests this week but he is feeling so much better I can visit my sister with a very clear conscience.

The piano playing with my sister will be very therapeutic.  It would be beautiful to hear the flute playing along with us.  Music is wonderful for the soul.    
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Poly did you play the flute ?- so did I :
first for years I played blokfløjte ( sorry guys I don´t know the english word)and at 10 I played transverse flute until I reached teenage life high school and sadly lost interest- got involved in students politics and boys.


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Henriette, you and Poly could join my daughter with your flutes, exj-j could sing and I could attempt to accompany with piano!    Is that a good deal, or what!  
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howver I think my flute playing is a bit rusty after 15- 20 years break. I do miss it .. and was thinking to get it back in my life soem day.


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Aha, Henriette!   Today just might be the day!!!!!!  
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NHG - what a fabulous orchestre we would be!!!

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Aha, Henriette!   Today just might be the day!!!!!!  


ITA!!! Not long ago I found my flute in the attick - it had been burried under my stuff when I moved in with my husband 8 (8!?! Is it really 8??? ) years ago. Now I only need to find my music sheets, and I'll be playing away to my heart's content!

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Poly did you play the flute ?- so did I :
first for years I played blokfløjte ( sorry guys I don´t know the english word)and at 10 I played transverse flute until I reached teenage life high school and sadly lost interest- got involved in students politics and boys.


Hah, again we could be sisters, Henriette!!!
I started playing blokfløjte (recorder, I believe is the English name) when I was 7, and shifted to the flute when I was 15. I continued to get lessons until I left school at 18. My teacher said she would coach me if I wanted to go to the music acadamy (Konservatoriet) in Copenhagen. Eeek!!! I have not an artistic bone in my body - well not enough for a proffessional music carreer anyway - so I said no thanks... Phew!

Still, I love to play just for the fun of it. How nice it would be to find a group of people to play with!


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And how are all my fellow Bs doing on this hot, muggy, but dry day? Not much going on here, just putting off cleaning my house. Laundry is no problem but I hate doing the dishes and cleaning out the refrigerator. Got to be done though because garbage pickup is tomorrow Ack Emma.
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Hey GCG... how close are you to Gulf Shores, AL?


My parents winter down there and one of these years I plan on visiting the area...  




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And how are all my fellow Bs doing on this hot, muggy, but dry day? Not much going on here, just putting off cleaning my house. Laundry is no problem but I hate doing the dishes and cleaning out the refrigerator. Got to be done though because garbage pickup is tomorrow Ack Emma.


Well here it is pleasant hot 25 c / 77 F  and a mild east wind
I am planning another day in the garden.
Yesterday I used all day to weed my vegetable patch.
Today I need to pick at least 4 pounds strawberries and do something about some baby plants that ought to have moved on from the box to the flower bed long ago..
Saturday I harvested  25 glass/ pounds honey.
This early honey was so thick and dark - almost greek style- it must have been the very high summer like weather we have had the last 2 months.

Yes it is good to be a B


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Hello Kristin and Heinriette, I everybody is having a great monday. Kristin it would be about an hour and a half drive to Gulf Shores more or less depending on traffic. Meeting in Mobile would be about half way. If you are going to be in the area PM me and I'll give you my cell #. I think we have a BTDer in Fairhope which is only a few minutes from Gulf Shores. I don't recall her being a B though. Peppermint Twist would be a bit farther than me in the Sarasota Florida area.
   Heinriette 77F would be a pleasant spring day for me. It is good to hear about your honey, I remember when my family harvest honey from a wild be tree. It was very dark honey. My grandmother looked at it for a few minutes, chopped up pecan nuts, added flour, vanilla, honey and maybe eggs and made the best cookies I have ever had. She never used a recipe for anything, just a country farm wife who had been cooking for a large family since she was 14. I have a lot of tomatoes to pick and freeze today and tomorrow but it will be a while till my okra is ripe.
  Time for the rest of the Bs to wander in.
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OK: Here I am, gcg, wandering in.  I just searched-up the thread and teased it out.
I've missed you guys.  I've been away from the Forum and blogging for the past week, totally, and might not be back for awhile, either.  So, blog-wise, you'll just have to catch up on my Archives before I post again, tho' I'm full of rough drafts.  Thank God it's because I'm so swamped with business right now.

I still don't have my own computer, and my Stalker is Stalking like crazy, so if anything bizarre happens here, concerning me, you'll know it's NOT ME...

Love y'all.


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I hope that is just a forum stalker and not the Leave- a -dead- horses -head in your bed type! If it is the later, it is time to be calling in the cops. If it is the former it is time to hire a hitgeek to trace him down and then report him.

I wonder if this has the record as the longest lasting thread. Probably would if the first version was combined with it. We are missing a few though like U2dan. Maybe they will migrate through.

My mother spent the last three days at my house helping with renovations and cleaning. She is and O though, didn't appreciate my lime habenero cheese cake.The poor dog was even guarding her bones to keep them from going in the trash.
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Did you say... *lime habenero cheesecake* ????


Oh my... please do share!!! (the recipe, that is)    Or... you can send a piece my way... that'll do too...





All I can say is... waaaaay too hot here... as it is everywhere else, too....



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Sounds good GCG  yes would love the recipe !

It is hot here as well- almost no rain in 7 weeks... what is going wrong ???
Normal danish summers are a mixture- now we are almost getting tired of sun

I plan to havest some honey today- bees love the sun and heat

Well I just had about a pound of dark black cherries from my tree for breakfast - yum
got tired of strawberries with cream


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Well the cheese cake recipe came from foodtv.com. Just search the recipe base using the word lime  to search with. It was one of emerills recipes. The only sugstitution I made was to substitute a half cup of vegetable glycerine for the one cup of sugar although I used the 2 tablespoons of sugar. You'll see the reason why I kept those 2 tablespoons when you read the recipe. Oh and unless you have an asbestos lined mouth you might want to cut the 3 habenero peppers down to 2, they are known as the hottest peppers in the world for a reason.

Heinriette "tired of strawberrys and cream" poor baby! Oh well at least blueberries will grow around here. Limes are real cheap in this area right now due to all the Mexican immigrant workers I guess. I might try that cheesecake without the peppers.

Seriously though we seem to have lost a lot of our B posters from a year ago. Maybe the new ones will start posting here.
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gulfcoastguy!!! Hey... I just had a flash... isn't it your birthday soon? End of July... right?? Or was it the beginning of July...


Anyway... HAPPY Birthday!!!!! Whenever it is...


 


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Hi Kristen! Yes my forty(cough, cough)birthday was tuesday the 25th. I spent the first 3 hours of it helping a survey crew chop through the heaviest underbrush I have ever seen. We were trying to survey for a new highway in temps near 100F and high humidity. of course then I seriously annoyed a hive of yellow jacket wasps who chased me out of there with 6 plus stings to the arms and rear end. I happen to be allergic so I had to stop and go take Benadryl. The next day next verse, same as the first so I took a day off to get the venom out of my system. Today we went back and completed the initial survey work. I finally figured out what was the matter, I use a shampoo with teatree oil in it. I skipped washing my hair this morning and no problem. I hope you found the recipe for the habenero lime cheesecake, I think one has to be a B to appreciate it. Except for yoga in the morning, and picking my okra, I am going to take the day off and drive to Whole Foods in New Orleans and restock on Sodium Laurel Sulfite free shampoo, shaving cream, and toothpaste then see where my muse takes me.
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Oh happy birthsday GCG  - I think Kristin will be the next B right - then Ellie then I or ?

Sound horrible 100 F and wasps stings ....

Here it has finally cooled a bit down -to more normal 78 F - but still almost no rain in 7 weeks. - my garden looks horrible I am not so sure that I like global heating
But the fruits has been brilliant  - very strong flavour- no watery . But I have to use a fortune in water to keep my kitchen garden alive. I have started to do some work indoor - painting my larder- I have forgotten how much work it takes BEFORE painting - but it gave me a chance to finally kick a few avoids out for both B´s and O´s- only left is pumpkin seeds and sesame seeds - OK for Emma - and I´m not that tempted to indulge in theese.
Hope all B´s are OK- new and old ones  


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Just checking in.  I wouldn't trade our weather with GCG for anything but I do find myself complaining about our weather this summer.  Either it's raining or it's hot!  Not the kind of New England weather that is legendary and what at the moment I'm yearning for!!!!!!

Just to keep you informed, my husband got much worse before he got better.  His breathing got worse and worse until he was hospitalized and both the pulmonologist and cardiologists were conferring.  To make my story short, they fixed an atrial fibrillation they had discovered and they have given him mucho medicine to take to get rid of the fluid buildup.  He came home from hospital this week.  He sleeps at night with room air oxygen which is provided by a neat pumping thingy and there is supplemental oxygen here if he needs it, which he hasn't, thank goodness.  He had empyema as a kid and as a result has one full lung and one partial lung so he does not have the breathing capacity of most people.  He did build up his lung power with much swimming and rowing as an adolescent and that was a very fortunate thing.

As for music, my daughter celebrated her birthday this week by selecting a brand new Yamaha sterling silver flute.  It has a beautitious sound!!! (I don't think that's a word, do you?  )  So, the beat goes on.

Henriette, I wish I could send a little of our water your way!  We're having wonderful (not) thunderstorms that keep cropping up here and giving us too much rain.  Between that and the hot weather I find myself wishing for September for the first time, ever.  I don't usually wish my time away and I don't want winter to come any closer.

Exj-j, you must get rid of that stalker.  That's just too scary to think about!

Nice to get back in touch with you Bs again.  In fact, this whole forum is quite wonderful!!!!!!
 
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Sorry to hear about your husbands problems New Hampshire. maybe he will get better soon. Nice to hear from you anyway, like I said a lot of B's seem to have dropped of the scope lately.
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Hi again folks. Happy Belated Birthday GCG.  Best wishes to you husband New Hampshire Girl. i am sure he will feel better with all the beautiful music from that new flute. BTW I also played the flute at school altho really badly, i have to say. (although i did once beat a really good player in a school competition which was quite bewildering to me).

Today i met a group of people to celebrate Gwyl Awst, trad on 1st Aug, celebration of the first fruits of the harvest. We were right overlooking the sea, and although it was quite windy it stayed dry. I picked the short straw so had to run around after the Corn King, before striking him down with my sickle. (i was the 'hag'!) We took food to share and I made a kind of Gooseberry Fool - consisting of home grown pulped gooseberries, a bit of agave nectar, and a tiny bit of cream. A bit tart but I think it was quite good myself, considering it was the first time for making anything like that and the original recipe called for milk, which i substited with the ricotta. Anyway, most of it has come back so i will get to eat it myself. (luckily there's not too much anyway).

Now the blackberries are starting to grow, so i will be able to experiment with those soon.



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Happy belated birthday GCG from an O on the B board.

Ellie:  Nice to see you on.  Good to see you experimenting with beneficial food.  Enjoy the gooseberries and blackberries.

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NHG I hope so much your husband will get better !
Ellie Sounds like you had a lovely day- Blackberies are yummi- I think ours will dry out this year- however for the first time in 7 weeks we had a little but of rain tonight !

It would be great if we could get some of the new B´s around


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