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Old 10-12-2013, 03:47 PM   #1
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Old 10-14-2013, 11:32 AM   #2
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Yes! Iamb also paralysed and blind until row ends!!
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Indeed!

Though my MIL trained the family so well that they would ask her a question, but wait for her to reach a stopping point to answer. I found this out at a family reunion over the weekend, when I was knitting while visiting with them. They did the same for me to choruses of "That reminds me so much of Aunt LaVerne."

How very, very pleasant and prescient of my late MIL.
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Indeed!

Though my MIL trained the family so well that they would ask her a question, but wait for her to reach a stopping point to answer. I found this out at a family reunion over the weekend, when I was knitting while visiting with them. They did the same for me to choruses of "That reminds me so much of Aunt LaVerne."

How very, very pleasant and prescient of my late MIL.
that! Unless it's an actual emergency, this is just courteous anyhow.
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that! Unless it's an actual emergency, this is just courteous anyhow.
Very cool!
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that! Unless it's an actual emergency, this is just courteous anyhow.
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Very cool!
Isn't it, though? I just love DHs family - they're Ozzie and Harriet to my Married With Children family...
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