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Wednesday, March 30, 2016

In The Autism World, Lately


Somebody found the leftover rolls
from Easter dinner. :)


44 comments:

  1. Ha..What a find! Looks like a good stash:)

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  2. You didn't hide them very well then. Did the cats get an Easter treat? And Cyril?

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  3. Somethings just taste better the second time around.
    Leftover ham and taters for us tonight.

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    1. I do agree with that....we've been enjoying leftover ham here, too!

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  4. he looks like a happy camper for sure!!

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    1. lol...so true! Thankfully, he didn't finish off that bag!

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  5. Lol! He just wanted a little snack.

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    1. Yep...just something to tide him over. lol....

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  6. And he's not gonna share
    Keeping his stash at your lair haha

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    1. Greedy as can be
      loves his rolls at my sea!

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  7. He can always work them off on the Nordictrack when he is done!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. haha...that is so true!
      The Mister is the only one that likes that treadmill, though!

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  8. Yummy ~ he is going to have a good tuck in there . . . :)

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    1. Nothing is tucked in...not even his shirt. lol....

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    2. Very clever . . . . you know our expression 'tuck in' means to eat with enthusiasm . . . haha
      I suspect you did . . . anyway glad he liked them . . . :)

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    3. I knew it meant something but couldn't for the life of me figure out what. lol....

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    4. Another funny Brit phrase . . . haha
      Have a nice day puttering . . :)

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    5. Yes, and that one is especially funny to me. Makes no sense at all! haha.

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  9. Rolls sound good. I wish it was me. lol
    I have a large elderly dog. I had put everything away except for a small remainder of collard greens. She was the only one who could have done it. She must have ate the collard greens when we were delivering Easter dinner to my sister. I was going to throw them out in a field for the birds so no big waste but a surprising raid.

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    1. Well, they must have smelled divine and she couldn't resist! And good for her, too! So cute.

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  10. Joy is in the small things :)

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  11. My hubby would do the same!

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    1. Sometimes, rolls are the best part of the meal!

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  12. He would fit in fairly well around here!

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    1. It seems to be a common theme...lol...can't go wrong with rolls!

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  13. A man after my own heart. I could live on bread....especially soft dinner rolls.

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  14. It seems he's enjoying them...
    Have a nice day

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  15. Hi Betsy - he's happy ... and that's the main thing! Have a good week ... cheers Hilary

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    1. He was especially happy when he realized I wasn't going to take them away! haha.

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  16. Trains and Rolls, somebody is happy!

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    1. Yep! Can't go wrong with homemade rolls!

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  18. My blog friend, Mari, sent me a link to your blog! We have a five year old grandson who is Autistic and I comment about him from time to time on my blog. I love your blog posts( I have sat and read quite a bit this morning!). You are an encouragement.

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    1. Hi Arlene! Thanks for stopping by! Great to meet you. I'll look forward to your posts and hearing about your grandson!

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