Meg: I am taking you to the hospital now!
Leigh: Someone has to stay with her at all times!
Mel: (running in to my office) is she alive? I just heard!
Anne also hopes Leyden is feeling over her reaction.Anne's son cannot eat Mango.
An hours drive to a lovely old city is in store,shopping for vitals and a picnic in the park.Hopefully those swans haven't got Spring on their minds when they come for bread,looking pushy and pretty in an arrogant way,hissing.
Anne's swans are black,she is wondering if Americans have swans ?
School holidays are coming to an end ,Anne thinks two weeks is not long enough for teachers and kids:(
Anne, yes, we have swans in the U.S. Last night, there were 2 wild deer in my yard, one of them a young buck with the start of antlers. I live in a town population 16,000, but there are woods near my house. I have counted 6 deer in my yard at one time.
Keith hopes that Leyden is recovering from her allergy attack and finds it inconceivable that anyone could be allergic to pineapple - such wonderful stuff! Keith also seems to get a craving for fried chicken every time he reads one of Dennis's posts, and he's thinking he might volunteer to help Dennis cook this delicious treat for a multitude of lovely CM ladies (and gents). Keith hopes Anne had a wonderful drive and a great day enjoying the small town, the park, and the swans, and hopes that Maricela's IT woes were not too frustrating.
Margo, the lunch was quite tasty, as was dinner, which was a pile of leftover ribs from the weekend... yummy! Somehow, mentioning deer in your most makes Keith think of fajitas... odd coincidence? I think not.
In any case, Keith is going to bed now. He will most likely ride the motorcycle again in the morning, so he'll need to be alert and on the lookout for inattentive driving instructors.
Good night all!
Leyden is a starting a petition banning all pineapple and pineapple-related products. She is not at all sorry if this disappoints Keith.