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Old 01-09-2013, 11:17 AM   #1111
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Kcmama we are susposed to get about a foot over the next few days. I would be more than happy to share some snow with you.
Well, youngest and I would looooove the snow! I went out for coffee this morning with some friends and got home around 11:00. Oldest came in a few minutes later from her hair appt. and we got started outside taking down lights and decorations. She is really helpful especially as we needed to use a ladder and I can't get past the 2nd step on a stepladder without freaking out. I also swept out the garage from all the accumulated sand/salt from the snowstorm last week. Stripped ds' bed and put on clean sheets and the dirty set are in the wash now. I was supposed to go to a luncheon but didn't really feel like doing so. Looks like you all have been exceptionally chatty today so I am going to go see what I have missed!
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Old 01-09-2013, 11:33 AM   #1113
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For My son... his motto should be I KNOW EVERYTHING AND YOU DON'T....He has no problems in social settings.. but he thinks he knows it all.. OMG...even if it's about something like a song from the 70's...oh oh oh oh a good example OMG.. when we got home from my birthday getaway.. I told my son I had the best time.. I friggen loved the musical show, Jersey Boys...I said you do know it's about Frankie Valle and the 4 Seasons, he told me I was dead wrong and was serious..so for my son, it would be something like I know it all and you nothing!!
I know! So my son, too!!!! I feel like a great deal of the time around him.


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Like my brother says(he works with lots of youth)---he tells them they are the smartest they are ever going to be, so enoy it. LOL Cause then you get dumber as you get older====at least they sure believe that about older folks, huh?
Maybe I'll write this on the bathroom mirror for him!

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Well dang, I only went 3000 steps But my toes froze. Can I double that since some of it was through 1/2 foot of pristine snow?
Stop rubbing it in already!I want snow!!! But seriously, a mile through that much snow?! Wow! Good job!

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I looked it up and for my height it says 2,186 is a mile so that is awesome. Thanks!!
Where did you find the info? I am 5'5" wonder how many steps I need to take to do a mile?
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Old 01-09-2013, 11:46 AM   #1114
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•Height - Steps per Mile
•4'10" - 2,601
•4'11" - 2,557
•5'0" - 2,514
•5'1" - 2,473
•5'2" - 2,433
•5'3" - 2,395
•5'4" - 2,357
•5'5" - 2,321
•5'6" - 2,286
•5'7" - 2,252
•5'8" - 2,218
•5'9" - 2,186
•5'10" - 2,155
•5'11" - 2,125
•6'0" - 2,095
•6'1" - 2,067
•6'2" - 2,039
•6'3" - 2,011
•6'4" - 1,985
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Old 01-09-2013, 11:48 AM   #1115
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Ok. Found my answer. Approx. 2,321 steps to equal 1 mile for my height. Of course that will vary depending on my actual stride length but it is an approximation.
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•Height - Steps per Mile
•4'10" - 2,601
•4'11" - 2,557
•5'0" - 2,514
•5'1" - 2,473
•5'2" - 2,433
•5'3" - 2,395
•5'4" - 2,357
•5'5" - 2,321
•5'6" - 2,286
•5'7" - 2,252
•5'8" - 2,218
•5'9" - 2,186
•5'10" - 2,155
•5'11" - 2,125
•6'0" - 2,095
•6'1" - 2,067
•6'2" - 2,039
•6'3" - 2,011
•6'4" - 1,985
I just saw that chart and posted my number then saw your post! Just imagine how many steps poor little kids are taking as their parents drag them everywhere. How many times have you seen kids practically jogging to keep up with their parents?
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Old 01-09-2013, 11:53 AM   #1117
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Or poor little Fred...LOL
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Lord have mercy I am 5 feet one and a half!!!!
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Kcmama...I swear... so about a zillion years ago.. my husband surprised me and took me to a Phil Collins concert...and I told my son when Phil Collins was singing In The Air Tonight.. before he got to the drum solo, you know which one.. the ta ta ta ta ta ta. anyway.. I said he real smooth and cool about it.. he was singing standing in front of his drum set.. and then he slowly goes over to the drums and everyone is just dying and yelling for it.. you know.. then all of a sudden he bangs away and phenomenal.. well my son told me I was wrong.. and he wasn't even there or a twinkle in my eye yet!!!!
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OMG...I am SO jealous Melinda. I would LOVE to go to a Phil Collins concert. Lucky you!!!! I would also like to go see Neil Diamond. Now I say that but I would want on the front roll because in this day and age people find it necessary to stand up and also wave their arms around. I would like to just be able to sit and enjoy it. I know....I just sound so OLD!!! LOL
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Say so do you see where Atkins now has frozen dinners??? wasn't Dr Atkins who never approved of that kind of stuff????
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Now I have to go to my I Tunes and play a Phil Collins song. Oh yes......"One More Night"!!!!!
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OMG...I am SO jealous Melinda. I would LOVE to go to a Phil Collins concert. Lucky you!!!! I would also like to go see Neil Diamond. Now I say that but I would want on the front roll because in this day and age people find it necessary to stand up and also wave their arms around. I would like to just be able to sit and enjoy it. I know....I just sound so OLD!!! LOL
OMG Sue.. he took me to the Forum.. where the Lakers and Kings used to play along with everyone in concert...now it's the Staple Center downtown.. and anyway he picks me up from work.. and tells me, we are going to Inglewood, ca for the concert.. LOL...check this out.. it is Forum seating and the only tickets he could get on short notice was one row before the last row.. which was perfect.. I still could see fine...however how I hiked up those stairs was beyond me.. LOL!! Now i would need a tank and a crane..

I hear Neil Diamond puts on a heck of a concert, when he is out here, he sells out in minutes I swear...
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I sure would love to try this recipe.. I swear.. but I have no idea what and how to serve it with...



Reuben Dip
Adapted from Family Circle Magazine

1/2 pound diced corned beef
1 package (8 ounces) cream cheese, softened
1 cup shredded Swiss cheese
1 cup sauerkraut, drained well.
1/2 cup sour cream
1 tablespoon ketchup
1 tablespoon spicy brown mustard
Cocktail Rye Bread

In a medium bowl, combine corned beef, cream cheese, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, sour cream, ketchup and mustard. Spoon into a greased, 1-quart baking dish.

Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes, until hot and bubbly. Serve warm with rye bread.
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No ketchup or sour cream though...
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Melinda, I made the Rueban dip and took to a church potluck. They went crazy over it. I'm like you, I really don't know what to serve with it.
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OMG I absolutely love corned beef.,,,I really can't see dipping celery in it...I was thinking about that cocktail sized bread, but I gotta see the nutitional numbers on it..
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Phil Collins Humm I don't get it, or Neil Diamond for that matter.

Then again I grew up on Motley Crue and Metallica
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Kcmama...I swear... so about a zillion years ago.. my husband surprised me and took me to a Phil Collins concert...and I told my son when Phil Collins was singing In The Air Tonight.. before he got to the drum solo, you know which one.. the ta ta ta ta ta ta. anyway.. I said he real smooth and cool about it.. he was singing standing in front of his drum set.. and then he slowly goes over to the drums and everyone is just dying and yelling for it.. you know.. then all of a sudden he bangs away and phenomenal.. well my son told me I was wrong.. and he wasn't even there or a twinkle in my eye yet!!!!
As my mom used to say to my sister "You would argue with a fence post and then pull it out and argue with the hole." That's what she would say!

Wow, Phil Collins! I liked him!
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Phil Collins Humm I don't get it, or Neil Diamond for that matter.

Then again I grew up on Motley Crue and Metallica
Shudder, shudder......
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I sure would love to try this recipe.. I swear.. but I have no idea what and how to serve it with...



Reuben Dip
Adapted from Family Circle Magazine

1/2 pound diced corned beef
1 package (8 ounces) cream cheese, softened
1 cup shredded Swiss cheese
1 cup sauerkraut, drained well.
1/2 cup sour cream
1 tablespoon ketchup
1 tablespoon spicy brown mustard
Cocktail Rye Bread

In a medium bowl, combine corned beef, cream cheese, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, sour cream, ketchup and mustard. Spoon into a greased, 1-quart baking dish.

Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes, until hot and bubbly. Serve warm with rye bread.
Made one very similar to this and everyone loved it!
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I sure would love to try this recipe.. I swear.. but I have no idea what and how to serve it with...



Reuben Dip
Adapted from Family Circle Magazine

1/2 pound diced corned beef
1 package (8 ounces) cream cheese, softened
1 cup shredded Swiss cheese
1 cup sauerkraut, drained well.
1/2 cup sour cream
1 tablespoon ketchup
1 tablespoon spicy brown mustard
Cocktail Rye Bread

In a medium bowl, combine corned beef, cream cheese, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut, sour cream, ketchup and mustard. Spoon into a greased, 1-quart baking dish.

Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes, until hot and bubbly. Serve warm with rye bread.
I think you would just use it as a dip to take to a party or such. You would just use snack items I would think with it. I would change the rye bread. I do not like those horrible tasting little bugs...or seeds in the bread!LOL
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OMG Deb....I LOVE that picture!!!!!!! No snow here so it is nice just looking at the picture of snow. Lots of rain is heading this way over night. It is coming up out of Texas.
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As my mom used to say to my sister "You would argue with a fence post and then pull it out and argue with the hole." That's what she would say!

Wow, Phil Collins! I liked him!
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I think you would just use it as a dip to take to a party or such. You would just use snack items I would think with it. I would change the rye bread. I do not like those horrible tasting little bugs...or seeds in the bread!LOL
OMG Sue I hate rye bread too!,
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Phil Collins Humm I don't get it, or Neil Diamond for that matter.

Then again I grew up on Motley Crue and Metallica
OMG Lony....you are such a baby!!! How old are you again?????
I don't even know what or who a Motley Crue is!!! Is Metallica some kind of color or something?????????
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OMG Deb....I LOVE that picture!!!!!!! No snow here so it is nice just looking at the picture of snow. Lots of rain is heading this way over night. It is coming up out of Texas.
it has been pouring rain here ALL DAY LONG! and this summer when we need it we won't get ANY

have you heard about Australia? record heat and terrible fires


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Phil Collins Humm I don't get it, or Neil Diamond for that matter.

Then again I grew up on Motley Crue and Metallica
i like Phil Collins, Genesis motley Crue, Metallica , Kiss, SCORPIONS!!! AC/DC The Beatles, Culture Club Elton John and lady Gaga
i am very Eclectic
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