The Ka-tet Cantina

Discussion in 'Chattery Teeth (Other)' started by Jordan, Oct 31, 2013.

  1. Neesy

    Neesy #1 fan (Annie Wilkes cousin) 1st cousin Mom's side

    Hi Nadine - Pink hair is very pretty! It's good to see you back. Take good care of that wee puppy - she is just adorable - Merry Christmas and all the best for 2014. I am sure you will be a wonderful Mom for Maggie Belle :dog:
     
  2. Narvic

    Narvic Well-Known Member

    Congratz on getting the dog. Dogs are the best.
     
  3. FlakeNoir

    FlakeNoir Beta/Moderator Moderator

    @Neesy I'm glad you're feeling well and that things went better than expected. :)

    @not_nadine it's good to have you back and Maggie Belle is so beautiful, I'm sure she will be fantastic company for you... take good care of each other and Merry Christmas/Happy Holiday's to you. :)
     
  4. Jojo87

    Jojo87 Prolific member

    Not Nadine so good to have you back with us. Please take care good care of you. Oh I am sure Maggie Belle will be a
    wonderful company for you. Merry Christmas for you too.
     
  5. Lisey Landon

    Lisey Landon Well-Known Member

    @not_nadine : Maggie Belle is adorable! :)

    @Neesy : I am glad that it all went well!

    I am late, we are going to mother in law to be, for a family Christmas lunch. But I just had to come here first and wish you a good Saturday.
    ((((SKMB friends))))
     
  6. FlakeNoir

    FlakeNoir Beta/Moderator Moderator

    Hope you have a good time. :)
     
  7. if-so-Grrl

    if-so-Grrl Well-Known Member

    Nottie, Maggie Belle is as cute as they come! And I'm very glad you finally have some company...Good to see you back, and I really hope things are better for you now.

    And Neesy, I'm glad things went well for you. Oral surgery sucks!
     
  8. Neesy

    Neesy #1 fan (Annie Wilkes cousin) 1st cousin Mom's side

    Oral surgery sucks! (That is a good one!) Yup - there sure was a lot of suctioning going on. I woke up this morning with a distorted face. The lower right side of my jaw is all puffed up. I'm glad I called the coach last night for my son's bowling to let her know I cannot come today (plus it is their Christmas party). For once I cannot talk very well which is good, as usually I tend to talk too much.

    Well, nuff about me =D

    I hope everyone enjoys the shortest day of the year. From here on in the days just get longer. I think tonight we will have a fire and I hope hubby recognizes me as he is due in tonight after being away five months.

    Happy Saturday to all and don't fight the crowds too much if you still have shopping to do!

    Lisey - have fun with future mother-in-law and enjoy lunch!
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    Sorry for double post - brain is probably not firing on all cylinders yet due to codeine in Tylenol 3




     
  9. FlakeNoir

    FlakeNoir Beta/Moderator Moderator

    How exciting @Neesy, to have your husband finally return, I know you've missed him a lot. Happy reunion to you... "and that's all I have to say about thaaaat." :biggrin2:

    (((Feel better, Neesy))) I hope the swelling in your face goes down soon. :smile2:
     
  10. HollyGolightly

    HollyGolightly Well-Known Member

    Oh yay! I'm so glad it wasn't that bad.

    I agree - slow down trying to get all ready. Christmas is a season, right now we're in Advent, so we're anticipating. We just bought the tree last night, we'll decorate it today. And we leave it up through the Epiphany.
     
  11. Lepplady

    Lepplady The incredible shrinking woman

    Maggie Bell is adorable! I hope she'll become a regular here like Jake, Clyde, Buckwheat and Pyro.

    I've been invited to a Christmas party by the owners of a local restaurant. They invite a few people to come and graze from a buffet they put out. The food is always WONDERFUL, but, man, are they going to save a fortune on me this year. LOL!
     
  12. if-so-Grrl

    if-so-Grrl Well-Known Member

    The sea finally calmed down this morning, at least for a couple of days. There's blue sky visible, the sun is making a rare (and brief) appearance, and the seabirds - our eternal escort - are aloft around the boat. I'm in the wheelhouse, watching the water, trying to find that sense of peace that presently eludes me.

    A while back, a good friend told me that I really should give total sobriety a shot for awhile, stop self-medicating, and see how it alters my perception of things. Well, currently I don't have a choice; ain't nothin' on this boat. We haven't even been in port when the bar was open. And frankly, it sucks.

    Self-medication seems like a damned fine idea right now - I hate feeling this way, and want to alter it, by any means necessary. Not an option, though. So I gotta find some other way to cope.

    I guess that's why they call it seahab.
     
  13. Lepplady

    Lepplady The incredible shrinking woman

    I'm sorry to hear you're having a rough time of it. But we're here to entertain and amuse you in any way we can.
    You're at sea... find this guy and kick the sh** out of him.
    [​IMG]
    :cool:
     
  14. Lepplady

    Lepplady The incredible shrinking woman

    Egg nog anybody?
    [​IMG]
     
  15. if-so-Grrl

    if-so-Grrl Well-Known Member

    Good idea, Lepplady! He's just begging for it, with that stupid, cheesy grin and all...
     
  16. Lepplady

    Lepplady The incredible shrinking woman

    My thoughts exactly.
    :idea:
     
  17. Narvic

    Narvic Well-Known Member

    Merry almost Christmas everybody. :redhat: (smile little winter face!)

    I know it's long, but this is a favorite at Christmas or anytime.
    ~ King John's Christmas ~ by A A Milne

    King John was not a good man,
    He had his little ways.
    And sometimes no one spoke to him
    For days and days and days.
    And men who came across him,
    When walking in the town,
    Gave him a supercilious stare,
    Or passed with noses in the air–
    And bad King John stood dumbly there,
    Blushing beneath his crown.
    King John was not a good man,
    And no good friends had he.
    He stayed in every afternoon…
    But no one came to tea.
    And, round about December,
    The cards upon his shelf
    Which wished him lots of Christmas cheer,
    And fortune in the coming year,
    Were never from his near and dear,
    But only from himself.
    King John was not a good man,
    Yet had his hopes and fears.
    They’d given him no present now
    For years and years and years.
    But every year at Christmas,
    While minstrels stood about,
    Collecting tribute from the young
    For all the songs they might have sung,
    He stole away upstairs and hung
    A hopeful stocking out.
    King John was not a good man,
    He lived his life aloof;
    Alone he thought a message out
    While climbing on the roof.
    He wrote it down and propped it
    Against the chimney stack:
    “TO ALL AND SUNDRY – NEAR AND FAR -
    F.CHRISTMAS IN PARTICULAR.”
    And signed it not “Johannes R.”
    But very humbly, “JACK.”
    “I want some crackers,
    And I want some candy;
    I think a box of chocolates
    Would come in handy;
    I don’t mind oranges,
    I do like nuts!
    And I SHOULD like a pocket-knife
    That really cuts.
    And, oh! Father Christmas, if you love me at all,
    Bring me a big, red, india-rubber ball!”
    King John was not a good man -
    He wrote this message out,
    And gat him to his room again,
    Descending by the spout.
    And all that night he lay there,
    A prey to hopes and fears.
    “I think that’s him a-coming now,”
    (Anxiety bedewed his brow.)
    “He’ll bring one present anyhow -
    The first I’ve had for years.”
    Forget about the crackers,
    And forget about the candy;
    I’m sure a box of chocolates
    Would never come in handy;
    I don’t like oranges,
    I don’t want nuts,
    And I HAVE got a pocket-knife
    That almost cuts.
    But oh! Father Christmas, if you love me at all,
    Bring me a big, red, india-rubber ball!”
    King John was not a good man -
    Next morning when the sun
    Rose up to tell a waiting world
    That Christmas had begun,
    And people seized their stockings,
    And opened them with glee,
    And crackers, toys and games appeared,
    And lips with sticky sweets were smeared,
    King John said grimly, “As I feared,
    Nothing again for me!”
    “I did want crackers,
    And I did want candy;
    I know a box of chocolates
    Would come in hand;
    I do love oranges,
    I did want nuts.
    I haven’t got a pocket-knife -
    Not even one that cuts.
    And, oh! if Father Christmas had loved me at all,
    He would have brought a big, red, india-rubber ball!”
    King John stood by the window,
    And frowned to see below
    The happy bands of boys and girls
    All playing in the snow.
    A while he stood there watching,
    And envying them all…
    When through the window big and red
    There hurtled by his royal head,
    And bounced and fell upon the bed,
    An india-rubber ball!
    AND, OH, FATHER CHRISTMAS
    MY BLESSINGS ON YOU FALL
    FOR BRINGING HIM
    A BIG, RED,
    INDIA-RUBBER
    BALL!
     
  18. do1you9love?

    do1you9love? Alive and Kicking!

    (((SKMB))) I have finished my Xmas shopping and wrapping. Tuesday we head to see family. Much love to all of my friends on the board and many wishes for peace, love and green lights!

    @Neesy - glad it was not as bad as anticipated.
    @not_nadine - best of luck with your new baby!
    @if-so-Grrl - (((peace)))

    Happy Holidays all! ((all in need or not!!!))
     
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  19. king family fan

    king family fan Prolific member

    Happy Holidays and stay safe. Have a great time with family.
     
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  20. do1you9love?

    do1you9love? Alive and Kicking!

    Thank you! How are you feeling today?
     
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