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Thursday, April 5th Chit Chat

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Thursday, April 5th Chit Chat

*****NEW DAY*****

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Must be time for a New Day!

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Laughing out loud Yes! that's right!

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Yes, we do a ham here too and usually asparagus and maybe scalloped potatoes -
I read about a pet store owner who had imported dyed baby chicks and it turns out that is illegal here and the chicks were confiscated and he was fined. Who knew?

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"Sheila" wrote:
That sounds nice! geschu Smiling

Sheile, the whole meat is cooked and breated, only the bread must be baked tomorrow, no i see it's already fryday, it must be today!!

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New day people! Smiling

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loll, and do you have a speciall kind of eat?, here in Austria we are cooking smooked meal(pork) and on Easter Saturday the whole family eat the cold cute, cooked eggs and horseradish, and in our family selfmade bre

yes the grizz will do up a large ham with scallap potaote cream

peas carrots etc all types of vegetables - a dessert of some

kind pie icecream pop maby a wine but thats a maby

home made buns kids and grand kids- then left over ham

for days _ ham and eggs - ham sangy ham and kraft dinner

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That sounds nice! geschu Smiling

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"kru-kab *bowser b.c." wrote:
easter sunday here is a fun day with some local merchants putting on

a easter egg hunt and 100.s of kids will seek out the eggs -

its mainly for tiny tots age 1- to 99 lol the grizz bought me a chocolate bunny

loll, and do you have a speciall kind of eat?, here in Austria we are cooking smooked meal(pork) and on Easter Saturday the whole family eat the cold cute, cooked eggs and horseradish, and in our family selfmade bread

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"geschu" wrote:
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"geschu" wrote:
Sheila, MM and Barry another question, do you celebrate Easter and in which form?

I just buy Easter eggs for the grandchildren Geschu!
Thanks Sheila, grandson get a little present, equal how old he is, Ingo is nearly 20, but he like it also!!

Laughing out loud You're never too old to enjoy chocolate!

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YUP A BIG ONE I HAVE BEEN THIER IT IN THE PROVINCE NEXT

TO US IN ** ALBERTA ** decorating eggs is a real art form with eggs selling for $$$$$$$- also chicken (chicks are dyed all colors and sold)

rabbits too- thats why were called the crazy canucks -

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