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Thank you, Diane!
Aw, you made my day! Thanks, Susan :-) Chrissie
Found another one and ENJOYED IT!! Love the different shapes, sizes and designs and trying to get them all where they belong. You definitely have a new fan. Susan
"Too late!", she cried :-)
Thanks. I'll try not to confuse either of us.
LOL.... I do like your sense of humour :-) I rather think I'll keep on reading your ramblings!
Not a problem, Foxy. Senior moments can be cured with chocolate or avoided by not reading my ramblings.
Oh duh! I had a severe Senior's Moment there, lefty. I read it as not being allowed to take X-rays on a plane! Do I feel silly! Not too fond of the dental X-ray experience myself :-(
I have no problem with x-rays, except when they shove the target in my mouth and make me gag, so hoping that airport screeners would send x-rays to the dentist is natural (for me).
We learn something new every day, lefty - hopefully :-) Finding key lime fudge is to be expected but I'd never even considered X-rays. What on earth is the problem with an X-ray? Finding germs ought to be on a par with finding key lime fudge. Maybe they can X-ray for them - if it's not too dangerous :-)
TSA screeners always manage to find the box of key lime fudge that I bring with me when I go visit family, I don't know why they can't stop germs. (Of course, these are the same agents who refuse to send the x-rays to my dentist so I don't have to go through that torture on the next exam, but...)
Cheeky little brats to sneak under the eyes of the TSA, Immigration etc. You;d think with all the hoops we humans have to jump through that the germs would be stopped! We're marginally improved today... the chicken soup coated hugs made all the difference :-)
Welcome back to the States, but I’m sorry the germs hitchhiked with you, because they certainly had no sense of protocol— didn’t even ask permission. I’m so sorry and sure hope you feel much better soon. You would think with all of the scanning and prodding, airport security would have detected the unwanted freeloaders and barred them from boarding. I hope you will soon be well! More hugs coated with chicken soup. Love to you both.
You outdid yourself with your description! 'Tis but a small brolly to protect your giant brain :-) Perhaps you ate some of the yellow mushrooms? I think of them as blobs but whatever floats your boat :-))) We are back in the Golden State. Been here for 2 weeks and have been ill most of that time. Some kind person shared nasty germs on the plane. I do wish they had not been quite so generous. Sending virtual hugs as real ones may have germs :-)) Love you too!
You outdid yourself on this one,, Foxy, and I love it. It looks way too much like a portrait of my brain. However you’ve displayed it magnificently in bright, lively colors and patterns. That was astute of you to protect it with an umbrella and nourish it with yellow mushrooms, or perhaps they are poppies? I’m also seeing a 2-scoop ice cream cone with an unusually shaped party hat nearby. Move over, Rorschach! Thanks, Chrissie. Big hugs to you and Sally. Love you both.
Beautiful and fun. Thanks.