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I am out of spaghetti. I ran out of garlic. I don't have the peppers I need to make my chili. And, despite the availability of hot water as compared to yesterday, I don't feel like doing all the dishes so that I have a pot to make chili in. I don't really feel like doing anything, honestly.

 

I don't even feel like sleeping. Well, maybe a little of that one, but not enough to make me break my sleep schedule. 

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14 minutes ago, NebulousMissy said:

 

There's no 'p' in your name so we're probably not cousins.

 

Lookit the deer's lolling tongue ::P:

 

The farthest we can trace the Thomsons back is to my great grandfather. We know about most of his descendants. He spelled it without the 'P' but I've seen official documents with it spelled the other way too. Supposedly there are relatives with the 'P' but we take great pride in never having 'Peed' ourselves. ::D:

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Update: not getting divorced yet.

 

Update on the update: not sure if real or fool's gold yet.

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1 minute ago, Marvin said:

Update: not getting divorced yet.

 

Update on the update: not sure if real or fool's gold yet.

 

May both you and your partner find a most satisfactory relationship for both of you, with all the happinesses. 

 

*sends well wishes*

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Probably gonna end up getting drunk and not having sex in Arkansas for three days. I don't see how it cannot go well.

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Probably gonna end up getting drunk and not having sex in Arkansas for three days. I don't see how it cannot go well.

 

You realize that if I ever get a hold of your address, I'm going to send you absurd amounts of decaf herbal teas with pretty art, right? This tea: Image result for tension tamer tea

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That's some nice packaging. Can't say as I drink much tea tho.

 

 

Unless it's that sugar-thick peach-flavored tea that totally defeats the purpose of drinking tea.

 

The Nestea was da best. Mmmmmm.

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44 minutes ago, Marvin said:

That's some nice packaging. Can't say as I drink much tea tho.

 

 

Unless it's that sugar-thick peach-flavored tea that totally defeats the purpose of drinking tea.

 

The Nestea was da best. Mmmmmm.

 

That's not tea. That's syrup. 

 

This tea does nicely with a single spoon of sugar or honey. I drink it with nothing, but a little is nice. It works as described. My friends make me shove my nose in the teabox while the kettle boils if I am panicking over something. I feel better quite swiftly - if nothing else, it is distractingly fragrant in a pleasant way. Mint, catnip, chicory... some other tasty stuff. 

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Watched the first episode of Sherlock season 4 this evening...  It was very confusing at the beginning but all made more and more sense as we realized we'd watched the second half of the episode months ago, but never seen the beginning.  

 

Really hoping I have more energy tomorrow, I think I might have arranged it so I can spend most of the day painting while the kids are at school.  Would be nice if I actually got the painting done and all that.  

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Chilli is awesome. Too bad mom doesn't like it. I am especially fond of Texas style, where it is meat flavoured meatyness. As for tea...well a relaxing one would be nice, I'm afraid you lost me at mint, I have never had a mint tea I liked.

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2 hours ago, NebulousMissy said:

 

There's no 'p' in your name so we're probably not cousins.

 

Lookit the deer's lolling tongue ::P:

 

Differences in spelling within England are unreliable at best*. Once you cross the oceans, they're not even really indicative.

 

* Standardized spelling is quite a new thing in English. (I mean, not new in dog years, but you know.)

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