Thursday, October 31, 2013

I Oogie Boogied My Husband's Blog



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  1. Happy Halloween, Spooky! :)

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    1. And a Happy Oogie Boogie Day to you as well. I hope you had/having a great time. Cold and rainy here, which is perfect for scary movies.

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  2. Happy Halloween Dear !!!
    We are in spring but we have a really cold day!

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    1. Thanks. It is cold here today and filled with rain. I love this kind of Halloween. Spooky.

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    1. Right back at YOU.

      Boogie boogie.

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  4. You just decorate his blog any way you feel like it.

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  5. You're too funny, girl! :) Keep it up!

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    1. I have too much time on my hands, is all. Add to it that I know his password. Put those two together and it's trouble all around.

      Happy Oogie Boogie Day :-)

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  6. Happy Halloween! I hope you guys and the pups had a wonderful day!

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    1. The day started slow because we had to do so much laundry the but late afternoon and evening were both very nice.

      You watch anything good? We did The Nightmare Before Christmas, and take out.

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  7. Happy Halloween ;-)
    Hope it was a really fun one for you!

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  8. It has definitely been oogied and boogied.

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  9. Thanks for dropping by my own blog to say hi!

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    1. Sure thing. My husband left your page up for me to see because I love Wonder Woman stuff.

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    2. Two generations of it!

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    3. That's the way to do it. Very fun.

      Right now I'm in my Sally face but once Halloween is over, I go back to my Wonder Woman Potato Head, avatar.

      Looks like you guys had a great time.

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  10. I wouldn't mind some apple crisp myself :) I have a bag of quinces in my kitchen and been thinking what to do with them, maybe an apple pie but with quince?

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    1. Just put removed a second big crisp from the oven. The kitchen smells amazing.

      Wow, I just googled quinces. Love the color. I bet it would make a nice crisp.

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    2. you don't have them there? It's an ancient fruit, something between apples and pears. Usually cannot be eaten fresh because it can be a bit bitter but it has a very fragrant aroma and is lovely in cakes or boiled with some sugar. It is usually canned here by grannies in the Autumn and left for winter :)

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    3. I don't know. I'll have to look. Sounds fun to bake with.

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    4. yep, I've investigated the thing after you'd said you've never heard of the fruit. It turns out that quince is grown mostly in Europe and Asia, in the regions where parts of the year have under 5*C because the tree needs a sleeping time in order to bloom and bring fruit in the summer or autumn.
      It turns out, also, that my country is among ten biggest producers of quince in the world, but that doesn't surprise me because we're in top countries or the first one in the production of many other fruits, from plums and raspeberries, to apples, blueberries and sour cherry.
      I did find out that quince had been grown in the northern eastern part of USA but some illness attacked the trees and that killed of the growth of that fruit there... like forever....

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    5. That is interesting to know. This year I was lucky enough to get Transparent apples from a local farmer. They are an older apple that my mass market retailers don't carry.

      They made the BEST apple sauce.

      That's sad about them getting sick :-(

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  11. Secretly he was delighted!

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    1. So true. But we must not tell him we know.

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  12. I like that you decorate his blog for the holidays! :)

    Happy Halloween.

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    1. I really get a kick out of it.

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  13. BRILLIANT, my dear! I would have giggled, too.

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  14. Since you baked him a big apple crisp, I bet he'll keep you! Hope you had a great Halloween!

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    1. Second one just came out of the oven and is cooling as we speak. House smells yummy.

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  15. I hope you had a fun holiday!

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  16. I hope you enjoyed your special day, yesterday!!

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    1. Aside from the laundry we had to do early on, the rest of the day was pretty darn good.

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  17. I think his blog looks great! So much fun. And hey, I bet he forgot all about not liking it (I bet he really did) with that apple crisp. All is forgiven with apple crisp.

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    1. Second apple crisp, I made even.

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  18. Great job on the decorating! :) Glad your Halloween was full of giggles.

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    1. Giggles are good. How was your Oogie Boogie Day?

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  19. I love the little spiders and I HATE spiders ;D

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    1. They wear those little bows, well.

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  20. Nothing better than an apple crisp! Bows on spiders?! That sounds like spooky foodie perfection to me.

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    1. Just had a little bit of the apple crisp. So good. Hope your Halloween was filled with spooky fun.

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