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    Was reminded last night why beer is only a rare treat. I puffed up like a parade balloon and made more noise that Lindbergh's plane.
    "No fate but what we make"- Sarah Connor, Terminator 2
    Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, steak in one hand, chocolate in the other, yelling "Holy F***, What a Ride!"
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    I really don't want to go in today. This cold is just irritating enough to make me want to stay home and baby it, nut not bad enough I can. Also, even if the apocalypse came down, I'd still try to make it in, because I FINALLY will be able to get Namesake (big boss, one of the one's that started the company that still bears his name) nailed down and get him to answer questions about several projects. TRying to catch him in office and not with a client is like nailing Jell-o to a tree.
    I also think not wanting to go in has to do with being in school for so damn long. Where's my Christmas break!? Y'know, besides next Saturday through the Tuesday after Christmas.
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    So I take it that the queso yesterday didn't kill you dead?

    Apparently I get all of the Christmas present you brought to myself. Hubby has no issue with soup or gravy, but for some strange reason, broth creeps him out.
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    I miss Christmas breaks. College breaks were the BEST. In public school (K-12 for me), summer break was mid/late-June (depending on snow days) till first Thursday after Labor Day. In college, summer break was early May through late August/early September. Winter breaks were 3-4 weeks long, depending on how the holidays worked out. Most of our professors would cancel class Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning before the school closed for Thanksgiving break. Such luxurious times.
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    Twibble- It's a chicken bone broth. I've not drank it straight yet, but it's awesome in soup and curry. Beware, I added little to no salt to it.
    NW- I remember those days, but I had the opposite profs. I always had the ones that would have a test/ presentation/ paper due the class day before Thanksgiving.
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    I guess arts and English profs are pretty lenient in that regard, then
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    Yep, I'm in the opposite camp also - I always had the profs who did something to make sure we were in class and even kept us late. Why such weirdness? Wish I knew.
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    Mine always claimed it was so we wouldn't forget stuff over break, but I think it's because they were assholes.
    Pebbles was kind enough to trace back the hazy part of my Mom's father's family tree. My great great grandmother appears to have been one of the original single moms living at home and shacking up. Nice to know where that trend started in our family. She gets married/ shacks up with at least 2 different men, according to the censuses (censi?)
    My great grandmother also had at least 3 different name changes, including getting married.
    "No fate but what we make"- Sarah Connor, Terminator 2
    Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, steak in one hand, chocolate in the other, yelling "Holy F***, What a Ride!"
    My Primal Battle Tome

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    Does this website work for overseas or only the US? This website being the genealogy one.

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