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post #91 of 106
Sounds like it *would* be a fun event!!
(gonna have to dig out some more ice carving photos...)

Sorry about your loss...

But on the upside, and as I like to think, "A person's eyes are a looking glass to their soul..."

I would hope that he was your Prince Charming, and made your existence all the more pleasurable...

Sorry, if I've spoken out of turn...
I might be suffering from CDO.
It is just like OCD, except the letters are in alphabetical order.
Just as they should be...
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I might be suffering from CDO.
It is just like OCD, except the letters are in alphabetical order.
Just as they should be...
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post #92 of 106
I love you guys. Enough said.

Cheers! Stevie
Life is a banquet, and most poor suckers are starving to death! Auntie Mame
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post #93 of 106
he did, he was....thanks....
mailman? your mailman? cooks & cleans & kisses too? wow trifecta.
cooking with all your senses.....
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post #94 of 106
Your asking me how was my day?. Lets see, mediation with the ex wife and conceded 18% on the house. Walked out of work last night and someone had hit my Audi. Bought a Nokia N95 outright and it died 3 days out of the box.

Apart from that, everythings dandy.

*Met trent Reznor in May, so the year isnt a total right off.
"Nothing quite like the feeling of something newl"
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post #95 of 106
How sweet! ;)

I also have it on good authority that the whirlwind really does tend to happen when you least expect it.

Nick.Shu, hang in there.
Ladybug all dressed in red,
Strolling through the flower bed.
If I were tiny just like you
I'd creep among the flowers too!
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Ladybug all dressed in red,
Strolling through the flower bed.
If I were tiny just like you
I'd creep among the flowers too!
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post #96 of 106
Yes, my mailman. Actually, supevisor... but somehow he would manage to be behind my PO box every morning when I opened it, just to say hello....

I'll post a pic in the gallery.

He was my best friend for years, and a while after I asked for a divorce he told me his feelings.... Okay, enough said ;-) Definite love / rescue story. Picked me off the floor and took me to the doctor kind of love story.

Unfortunately we are freaking out financially because all of my money is tied up in the house I am trying to sell! Ugh.

Time for a show -- who's got my back??!!! What do you think -- Botanique's Aphrodisiac cooking? Stevie's luscious dishes? Oye. Talk about getting desperate LOL :crazy: Gotta finish this book!

Cheers! S
Life is a banquet, and most poor suckers are starving to death! Auntie Mame
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post #97 of 106
I need an agent!
Life is a banquet, and most poor suckers are starving to death! Auntie Mame
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post #98 of 106
East Valley, right near Gilbert. Find myself in Gilbert a lot visiting friends -- Val Vista side. The business they run is an interesting complement to a cheffy-type of gig.

As for my day... it's hot. Very hot. No, very very hot. melt
post #99 of 106
104* with humidity making it 111 today......and that was outside. I cooked dinner for a couple of farmer friends (farmstead cheese maker and veg farmer) & an incredible chocoliter.

Shrimp/Scallop boiled in Zatarans, with garlic, salt and cayene added.....on a bed of sunflower sprouts, peeled sliced local matos, farm eggs boiled, red onions, cukes....remoulade. Then smother okra....bacon, onions, garlic, okra chipotle, tomatoes.....cheeses, crackers, champagne grapes,....the chocoliter brought chocolate caramel pot de cremes.

I love these guys....they are so foodie......and so much fun......makes cooking a joy to share with such great people.
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post #100 of 106
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Joe, Moi??? get YOU in trouble??? LMAO I think you can do that all by self there luv!!! LOL Sorry D- must have been a DIFFERENT DMT in AZ.....LOL LOL kidding! (you do be sure to spoil wife appropriately right??- or else you may be on the single list)
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post #101 of 106
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mailman

Stevie- I'm so happy for you!!!! Everyone deserves to be happy!!! My aunt has a mailman boyfriend too. LOL :D
Jayme
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post #102 of 106
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D- LOL nah you're ok- we can handle R rated conversations around here... I mean, we have errotic chocolates, and hard candy-- are you trying to say they're shagging a few?? LOL dig yourself out of the hole now.... LOL

Nick- having it a bit rough lately.... good to see you are keeping your sense of humour though!! Hang in there!!!
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post #103 of 106
Well, mediation concluded. lose/lose scenario. Unfortunately it is probably not prudent to comment on the outcome at this stage, but i will let on in time.

I do have plenty of stories though.
"Nothing quite like the feeling of something newl"
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post #104 of 106
jiminy Nick your tag line says it all.....

I've got unfinished business in La. divorced 10 years and the property hasn't been settled. My ex-husband, atty will probably lose his license and he/his newish wife may do some time for empting out the bank escrow without my consent/signiture. They've pretty much abscounded with retirement monies, etc.....can you say ugly mess.

So, if Australia has stipulations where you can be divorced yet not finish separating property my experience is get it all over at the time so there's a clean base to start out from. The sun shines brighter every day I'm not married to him.
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post #105 of 106
One of the prerequisites for a divorce in Aus is to have the property settlement either negotiated between the parties amicably, through a meditor, or finally, decided in in a court through a magistrate.

The final measure is the more expensive option, both in money (approximately $40,000 AUD) and in time (around 18 months for conclusion).

Its pretty much over and done with. It would seem that I am not as nearly as further down the downward spiral as I would like to think that I am.
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post #106 of 106
Louisiana is a country unto itself, it's the only state in the USA with the napoleanic code....the fact that you can get a divorce and not be finished makes life horrendous later on.

Always good to try mediation. I just had an angry angry ex-husband that did not want to settle and ran up my attorney fees with his ramblings. He tends to bury people in paper. At one time I thought of him as intellegent, now just someone that bullies others.

Glad to see your post.....even if it's under these circumstances.
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