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PostPosted: Sat Mar 04, 2006 11:18 am 
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Post how the weather is each day and what you ate that day!


It's ok out today. Pretty sunny.

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Lunch: Fruit Salad
Supper: I forget he he :lol:


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Well, it's been snowing for about a week straight. Seems the weather is making up for the extremely mild and dry winter we'd had up until now.


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Chilly windy 40 today compared to the near 80 temperature Thursday.. and windy. We have been on a weather yo-yo most of this winter and the beginning of another drought year is in the making.

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Perfect! It's about 65 or 70, slightly overcast. Mild breeze. Couldn't be better unless it was April and I was under a live oak talking to a turkey. 8)

Had doughnuts for breakfast and went to Chili's for a burger. Okay, I slacked off today, but I've been doing pretty good lately. Maybe I'll have a salad for dinner.

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Really cold in the morning >20 F
But it warmed up to almost 40, a beautiful day.

Breakfast was a piece of strawberry bread the wife made.
Lunch was meatloaf, rice, and refrigerator pickles at the in laws..I have to get that pickle recipe.
Supper was scalloped potatoes made with ham from the pig we butchered this month. mm mm good.


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I missed the meal part, sorry.

Let's see that day I had, two patties of sausage and a biscuit and a cup of tea for breakfast (usually skip breakfast except for the tea), a Wendy's salad (1/2 the dressing) and a large ice tea for lunch, and an excellent fillet Mignon with melted bleu cheese and mushrooms on top and a twice baked potato on the side with another couple of glasses of tea for supper.

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All sun and 50. Solar oven is done with the pork roast, so I'm out to get it!!!! :D

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The weather has been positively outstanding here for the past week. We're into that high 60's/low 70's thing with cool mornings in the low 50's, very breezy all day, and a ton-o-sun.

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Wayne Stollings wrote:
I missed the meal part, sorry.

Let's see that day I had, two patties of sausage and a biscuit and a cup of tea for breakfast (usually skip breakfast except for the tea), a Wendy's salad (1/2 the dressing) and a large ice tea for lunch, and an excellent fillet Mignon with melted bleu cheese and mushrooms on top and a twice baked potato on the side with another couple of glasses of tea for supper.


Warm,dry,windy..the immediate area around me was a nice 120 degrees...had an MRE and a bottle of water about noonish..gonna grab a quick snack now and hit the sack.

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TruVenom wrote:
Wayne Stollings wrote:
I missed the meal part, sorry.

Let's see that day I had, two patties of sausage and a biscuit and a cup of tea for breakfast (usually skip breakfast except for the tea), a Wendy's salad (1/2 the dressing) and a large ice tea for lunch, and an excellent fillet Mignon with melted bleu cheese and mushrooms on top and a twice baked potato on the side with another couple of glasses of tea for supper.


Warm,dry,windy..the immediate area around me was a nice 120 degrees...had an MRE and a bottle of water about noonish..gonna grab a quick snack now and hit the sack.


At least I hope it was one of the "good" MREs ... some are much worse than others as you surely know.

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Wayne Stollings wrote:
TruVenom wrote:
Wayne Stollings wrote:
I missed the meal part, sorry.

Let's see that day I had, two patties of sausage and a biscuit and a cup of tea for breakfast (usually skip breakfast except for the tea), a Wendy's salad (1/2 the dressing) and a large ice tea for lunch, and an excellent fillet Mignon with melted bleu cheese and mushrooms on top and a twice baked potato on the side with another couple of glasses of tea for supper.


Warm,dry,windy..the immediate area around me was a nice 120 degrees...had an MRE and a bottle of water about noonish..gonna grab a quick snack now and hit the sack.


At least I hope it was one of the "good" MREs ... some are much worse than others as you surely know.


it was a tuna casserole..you can be the judge :(

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TruVenom wrote:
it was a tuna casserole..you can be the judge :(


I've had one of those. Thumbs up!

Disclaimer: I eat damn near anything.

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Fosgate wrote:
TruVenom wrote:
it was a tuna casserole..you can be the judge :(


I've had one of those. Thumbs up!

Disclaimer: I eat damn near anything.


So do I, but I'd have to try it to be convinced. It doesn't sound too appetizing.

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It's raining :( And today was the most depressing day of my life... I like the rain but I hardly noticed it as I stood out in it crying :cry: *sighs*

Breakfast: nothing
Lunch: Peanut butter sanwhich, fruit, water...
Supper: I am not sure yet...


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This is starting to sound like an overeaters anonymous group. :P

Today was a really bad food day. No breakfast, brunch was a sandwich from the vending machine, no lunch, and an afternoon snack that consisted of about 3/4 dozen cookies, chocolate chip and oreos. Fortunately I had plenty of tea to go with the "biscuits". I'm making up for it with supper--steamed california blend vegetables, yeast rolls, mashed potatos, and orange roughy pan fried in sweet cream salted butter. 8)

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