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Posted on Mon, Nov 21, 2005 10:00

Well it's holiday season again. Some of us have family and things to do, some of us are alone. The weather is frightful.

I just want to say Happy Thanksgiving. I am going to San Francisco to spend time with my daughter who is in college. I was hoping to make it home in Boston to see my mom, but the airlines do not like to fly to Boston, LOL the prices are so outrages flying to Boston. So I am hoping to make it to Boston for Xmas.

Anyone in the SF area this week and would like to hook up for coffee I would love to. Or if anyone is in the MN area this winter, Lets hook up for coffee or something. Anyways Happy Holiday and til spring time. LETS STAY INSANE!!!!!!!

JJ



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Posted on Sat, Nov 26, 2005 08:03

DoubleDelight write:
Definitely a bunch to be thankful for. Doc's family is super easy to love and we rode yesterday when it was in the 30-40s in Bahhhston.
Having a blast with good folk, good food, dogs, a sweet baby , teenagers, bikes, snow, and Goofiness abounds.
Anoyne in the Boston vacinity today is welcome to ride with us!
My blood relatives are scattered to the winds, so hanging out with all these goofy buttz has been making great memories for all.
My best to you and yours.
DD

Heh heh
Wait till we ride in the teens!!!

YEA THAT WAKES YER AZZZ UP!!!!

  


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Posted on Sat, Nov 26, 2005 06:35

Definitely a bunch to be thankful for. Doc's family is super easy to love and we rode yesterday when it was in the 30-40s in Bahhhston.
Having a blast with good folk, good food, dogs, a sweet baby , teenagers, bikes, snow, and Goofiness abounds.
Anoyne in the Boston vacinity today is welcome to ride with us!
My blood relatives are scattered to the winds, so hanging out with all these goofy buttz has been making great memories for all.
My best to you and yours.
DD

  
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Posted on Wed, Nov 23, 2005 19:31

Sounds like we all have a bunch to be thankful for.

Roxie...glad to hear you're making it to New Orleans. Let us know how things are progressing.

Kin, what a great thing to do. You'll get more out of that than being at the table with the family.

The rest of you be safe with your travels. Be patient in the airports and be kind to strangers. Your smile may be the only one they get that day.

I'm staying here in Austin with temperatures in the mid 80's. My sis is doing the traditional meal on Thursday, then Mom is doing a shrimp gumbo on Saturday. From one extreme to the other!

Anyway...much love to you all. You all give me something to be thankful for. Your kind words, sweet smiles, and caring hearts.

Thank you.

  


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Posted on Tue, Nov 22, 2005 15:10

Happy Thanksgiving! I will be without my family for the first time in my life. I have volunteered to feed the less fotunate at St Lukes. Can't wait!



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Posted on Tue, Nov 22, 2005 04:32

I'll be going home for Thanksgiving. I have'nt been to New Orleans since Katrina and I miss my family so much.

I'm thankful everyone is safe and had homes to go back to.

Happy THanksgiving Everyone!



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Posted on Mon, Nov 21, 2005 11:46

Happy Thanksgiving to you too.
When in San Francisco and looking for good coffee, try the Chestnut Street Coffee Shop. It's on Chestnut St. (obviously) about 6 blocks west of Van Ness. Great place, they roast their own daily.
Chestnut is one block north of Lombard.

This year, my daughter has invited us to share a turkey and all the trimmings. I'm bringing desert and making yams. Happy Turkey Day to all!



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