Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Breaking Bones


40 comments:

  1. Call me sentimental, but I like it!

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    1. It was supposed to be up for Valentine weekend but I forgot.

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  2. Much more satisfying to hear the crunch too!

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  3. You're so sentimental, LOL! Also, I've addressed your "Ask Me Anything" question over at my blog today.

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    1. Thanks for putting together such a well-written post and for taking the time to answer all our questions.

      Very cool.

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  4. Excellent ! ... I'm not sure that I will like to do one of both things!

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    1. I enjoy your winter set up. Looked like a movie set.

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  5. I'd like to keep my bones intact, too!

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    1. How's the spammer, gone I hope?

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  7. Whew! I thought you had broken something. :)

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  8. Sticks and Stones will break my bones
    But this iron heart of mine will last…
    I've survived three three books of Game of Thrones.

    Now, if this was my good bosom buddy Al he'd have made this into some wicked Haiku… hahahaha

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    1. I've not seen that show or read any of the books. Did you enjoy them? The books?

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  9. Haha! Sure. Who needs bones, anyway?

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  10. THIS. IS. HYSTERICAL.
    I must steal it.

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    1. It's yours. Enjoy and boogie boogie.

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  11. I have a baseball bat and know how to use it.
    And yes the crunching sound is indeed wonderful.

    cheers, parsnip

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    1. Great comment.

      How's the pup today?

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    1. Just a few snaps, you won't feel a thing.

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    1. Funny, that animal in the house, you posted.

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  14. that might cause heart problems

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