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Old 05-16-2012, 02:34 PM   #106
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I could eat those nachos right now! Yay for being in that 6 month window!!

Thanks Goofy_mom and WDWJonasGirl for the comparison of the 2 ToTs.

Here they are with the beef. I love these.
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Old 05-16-2012, 05:35 PM   #107
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Here they are with the beef. I love these.
Ooooh, yum!!

I need to wait until after I eat to look at your thread, lol! We are having chicken and Au Gratin potatoes tonight, but it's not ready yet.
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Old 05-16-2012, 07:46 PM   #108
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Ooooh, yum!!

I need to wait until after I eat to look at your thread, lol! We are having chicken and Au Gratin potatoes tonight, but it's not ready yet.

That's the way I am about yours. I love seeing all the food!



Yummy, your dinner sounds good. We are barbecuing marinated chicken and have pasta with veggies. It won't be for a while though.
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Old 05-16-2012, 08:13 PM   #109
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That's the way I am about yours. I love seeing all the food!



Yummy, your dinner sounds good. We are barbecuing marinated chicken and have pasta with veggies. It won't be for a while though.
LOL, all good now. Belly full.
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Oh god, I want those Nachos, except I don't like spicy.
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LOL, all good now. Belly full.

Sounds like your dinner was good. Ours was good. Safeway has a new collection of marinades and I have been trying them. Last night was the orange one. It wasn't spectacular. They have a Cuban garlic one that was really good. I love grilling time of year.


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Oh god, I want those Nachos, except I don't like spicy.
You know Kaitlin, the only thing that was spicy about them was the jalapeno peppers and you can get it without them.
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Okay. If we get it, I would ask for it without them. The rest of my family likes spicy. I don't.
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Okay. If we get it, I would ask for it without them. The rest of my family likes spicy. I don't.

My oldest Snow White doesn't like anything spicy and sticks to things like pizza or cheeseburgers.
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We always planned to rent a vehicle and I was planning a minivan because there are so many of us. Fairy Godmother will be driving her minivan. I got to thinking that Grumpy is going to be riding with Fairy Godmother so that leaves up one less seat we need in our van. Then I got to thinking that Simba might ride with Buzz. So we are now going to rent a car, like an Impala in size. It saves me around $400! Which to me is huge!! More money for souvenirs, or gas the way the gas prices keep going up.


Either way it is a win win because the car will get better mileage than a minivan might.
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We always planned to rent a vehicle and I was planning a minivan because there are so many of us. Fairy Godmother will be driving her minivan. I got to thinking that Grumpy is going to be riding with Fairy Godmother so that leaves up one less seat we need in our van. Then I got to thinking that Simba might ride with Buzz. So we are now going to rent a car, like an Impala in size. It saves me around $400! Which to me is huge!! More money for souvenirs, or gas the way the gas prices keep going up.


Either way it is a win win because the car will get better mileage than a minivan might.
Gas prices can really add up. Our minivan gets decent millage, but our sedan does much better
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Gas prices can really add up. Our minivan gets decent millage, but our sedan does much better

Our minivan isn't bad, it gets pretty good freeway mileage but I don't want to put the miles on it. Our gas went up 16 cents over 4 days a week and a half ago. It hit hard! A gradual change doesn't leave me gasping so badly, but that slam was a biggie!! I paid $4.05 on Thursday afternoon and by Monday morning it was $4.21.
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Our minivan isn't bad, it gets pretty good freeway mileage but I don't want to put the miles on it. Our gas went up 16 cents over 4 days a week and a half ago. It hit hard! A gradual change doesn't leave me gasping so badly, but that slam was a biggie!! I paid $4.05 on Thursday afternoon and by Monday morning it was $4.21.
yay for savings on the car

that sucks about your gas


Ours has been going down. But with this weekend coming up being Memorial Day weekend, you know it will creep right back up
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yay for savings on the car

that sucks about your gas


Ours has been going down. But with this weekend coming up being Memorial Day weekend, you know it will creep right back up

I noticed earlier that ours was creeping down again. Odd thing I thought I figured it would just stay up. It dropped 2 cents a gallon at one place and 6 cents at another. Tomorrow I will be getting gas so we will see what it does.


The excuse they are using is that there were several refineries being refurbished at the same time causing a shortage so it was more expensive. All I hear is blah, blah, blah!
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I live near a town that had an onion processing plant and the whole town smelled of onion. In small doses it wasn't bad, in large doses it drove me nuts. I wonder if the chocolate smell would.
Ooo! Onion would be bad too. My aunt lives down the street from an onion farm, even though they don't process them when you drive buy you can definitely smell them.

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Can only smell it close to the plant. Otherwise it's just fresh country air. I'm more "scared" of some of the smells from Zoo America, lol.
I'm glad you said something. People used to always come back from the park and say how all you could smell was chocolate (and surprisingly most people didn't like the smell of the chocolate).

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Our minivan isn't bad, it gets pretty good freeway mileage but I don't want to put the miles on it. Our gas went up 16 cents over 4 days a week and a half ago. It hit hard! A gradual change doesn't leave me gasping so badly, but that slam was a biggie!! I paid $4.05 on Thursday afternoon and by Monday morning it was $4.21.
As of recently, our gas prices have started to drop. I doubt that it will stay that way, but I want to be optimistic! This is what I can tell you about our gas here: Beginning of the year I paid $3.50, when I filled up yesterday I paid $3.91.

And for your rental, I hope you get an Impala. I love them!
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Ooo! Onion would be bad too. My aunt lives down the street from an onion farm, even though they don't process them when you drive buy you can definitely smell them.



I'm glad you said something. People used to always come back from the park and say how all you could smell was chocolate (and surprisingly most people didn't like the smell of the chocolate).



As of recently, our gas prices have started to drop. I doubt that it will stay that way, but I want to be optimistic! This is what I can tell you about our gas here: Beginning of the year I paid $3.50, when I filled up yesterday I paid $3.91.

And for your rental, I hope you get an Impala. I love them!

There are a couple of plants here in town that I love when they are cooking. Jelly Belly and the Adelle Sausage plants. Both of which are really near where WBG works. The sausage plant smells amazing and it makes me hungry when we go by. The Jelly Belly plant smells sweet, their warehouse even smells sweet when you drive by. The Anheiser Busch plant has a bread like smell when they are brewing. Sometimes I like it.


I am looking forward to the Impala. I drove an Impala when I was a teenager. My parents had a big boat of an Impala when I started driving. I loved that car!!
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