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1 Re: Moaners and Groaners on 3/4/2012, 10:43 pm

jb49

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Top of the morning to you Cathy, and nope; I have never heard of the term Rub of the relic. Curious as all get out now though!

And Katie, got a haircut on the way home last nite and I am not grumpy today. Could there be a relationship between hair and grumpy? I don't feel very strong today though, hmmm,,


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2 oblige on 3/4/2012, 9:05 pm

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hi jb


have you heard of the rub of the relic .
cathy Idea

3 Re: Moaners and Groaners on 3/4/2012, 7:55 am

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Seems like people are feeling a little grumpy here lately. I know PD can be tiresome at the best of times,but we can't let the monster get the better of us, so come on girls and guys, keep smiling Smile

4 Re: Moaners and Groaners on 10/10/2011, 12:32 am

ems

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aaw moan..jb beat me to it (starting topic)..lol..good one!

5 Moaners and Groaners on 10/10/2011, 12:18 am

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Beat you Lucy, Good Idea Cathy

Yesterday I dug potatoes from my garden. Today my back is sore and tight. Some of the potatoes were too big to put into a cooking pot and I'll use them for a doorstop. Too much bending, carrying and digging I guess. I think it will be okay when I get moving. I should pace myself better but I got this thing where I am racing against time before PD holds me down. Gotta win this race. This is just a minor groan.

Wonder if dear Wifey will give me a backrub??

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