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May 06, 2009

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OMG a Ren and Stimpy reference? Wow, childhood! And husband's cat treats me exactly the same way.
'Grats on the log, I'm too afraid to eat anything I grow myself on logs. Looking forward to your survival!

Now it's going through my head.

"It's log, it's log, it's big, it's heavy, it's wood..."

Mmm... mushrooms.

Scary that I can sing the whole song without even clicking on the Ren & Stimpy link. Stupid wasted brain cells...

I for one believe Ken spent most of his time
"trolling the neighborhood for wood" and ignoring Barbie altogether. I think you know what I am saying here.

They're right. It's better than bad. It's good.

BTW: The Perfect Pickler guy says eating naturally fermented foods keeps Swine Flu at bay (or something). So if anyone gets the sniffles, peel some of the kraut off the driveway.

Funny post. I hope you get lots of fungus!

Just wondering, were those beeswax wedding favors for your wedding? Good job on the mushroom growing.

Brenda: As a matter of fact, they were. Nine years ago. It's amazing how a wedding makes you think you're suddenly crafty. I had grand plans to make a million candles by using a hairdryer to soften sheets of beeswax and then rolling them around a wick. Easy as pie. But not easy enough, apparently. It never happened. But I did make cool hanging vases out of mason jars and wire. I've done nothing like it since.

Karen: Thanks. Me, too.

Jess: Peeling as we speak. Long live the saltykraut.

Husband: That's what I'm talkin' about.

andrea: Wasted? I beg to differ.

NurseJen: It's better than bad, it's AWESOME MUSHROOMS. (From Blammo!).

Katie: Well, when you say it like that, it sounds disgusting. These are "high-fashion" logs.

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