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Friday, September 14, 2007

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The fish looks amazing, yum! I got JOC as a wedding gift and it's one of hubby's favorite cookbooks to work from. I'd be hard pressed to choose a favorite but I suppose Fannie Farmer is the one I most often turn to. I hope the frost doesn't get your plants. I'm hoping I can see my moonflower bloom at least once before we get a frost. It's on it's way as I've at least got buds on now so maybe he'll make it.

Frost!?! Already? YIKES! Thanks for reminding my why I moved to CA. By the end of the summer I'm usually asking WHY!?!

I'm with Julie...that fish looks wonderful. I must go toss my pantry. Well, once I wake up a little more.

I'm not sure we actually got that frost though. I didn't see it on the grass this morning. I can't believe it's supposed to be 59 today and 87 on Tuesday. Wisconsin is strange, indeed.

I'm sorry about your father. I can only imagine the void for everyone.

You have certainly been blessed to have such a wonderful family environment within which to grow.

What a great picture of your parents -- and I see your resemblance to them both -- something about the way they're looking at each other, really looking and engaged and even with a little sparkle.

YUM! The menu is always so wonderful at Purling Oaks!!

My parents celebrated 57 years this year, and my inlaws had their 50th. It is a testament to them that collectively 10 children (that would be all of them) are all on their first spouses. This is increasingly uncommon. I am always glad to hear of someone else whose parents provided a solid family unit. Your parents look so happy!

My parents celebrated 57 years this year, and my inlaws had their 50th. It is a testament to them that collectively 10 children (that would be all of them) are all on their first spouses. This is increasingly uncommon. I am always glad to hear of someone else whose parents provided a solid family unit. Your parents look so happy!

Oooh look. Stereo! Sorry.

I love me a massage. Everytime, I nearly fall asleep from relaxation. If I had the $$$, I'd get one every week. Mr. Kim would be drooling over that salmon (his favorite), but alas, I am a crappy fish cook. Lucky for us, there's a great fish market/restaurant nearby. Such a lovely photo of your Mom & Dad!

You are honouring your parents by looking after yourself so well. The scents and sights of such a lovingly prepared meal are food for the soul.
I'm at the not yet comfortable to make a massage appointment.

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