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donna_juney    Posted 02-04-2005 at 19:55:40       [Reply]  [No Email]
tell ya all about me... I am from the god's country of the midwest which of course is Wisconsin. Been living here all my life along with my red headed hubby of 30 years... Our familiy is a growin with 2 married girls and 1 girl engaged recently and a big boy still in highschool. Also been blessed with 4 beautiful grandbabies which 3 of them are the boys 3, 5, 7 and a girl 9 years. We love to go fishing at the Mississippi, brother has a house boat we stay on from time to time. The men are deerhunters and I use to but now I leave the hunting for the men and I keep the home fires a burnin. My man becoming limited as he is disabled and life is dealin him a bad hand at the moment. That of course is another story. I think I have garbled on long enough this time. Ya all take care and no doubt you will be hearin from me again. LOL!

KellyGa    Posted 02-05-2005 at 10:53:49       [Reply]  [No Email]
Hey donna! Glad to know ya! I have been scarce for a day or two and have missed all you new wonderful folks. Your gonna love it here! Welcome!

Hollie    Posted 02-05-2005 at 04:38:32       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Good Morning donna and pleased to meet you...I hail from northeast missouri...near Hannibal, the home of Mark Twain...i'm 51, married for 27 yrs, have two big strong, good natured, honost sons, one married and soon to move to north carolina (he owns a Country Kitchen resterant) and one engaged,(home now from the Marine Corps) a 6 yr old foster daughter and a slew of little ones i care for both day and night grandbabies pets either...(we did have a dog, but hubby ran over him, while driving the fire truck, yup, ran over his own dog, i opened the door, he shot out, hubby nailed em, my name was mud for a long time). I'm a retired cop (18yrs) was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, had 6 surjerys and 6 months of chemo, was as bald as a babys butt, now i have my long blonde hair back and most importantly my health (been in remissin for 3 yrs)...hubby is a senior master tech for the ford motor company (however we both drive chev and the engine in the boat is a chev)...we like to travel, take cruises, visit back and forth with internet friends in kansas, I sew, craft, write poetry and short stories, we boat on the mark twain lake here, ski and eat way too much fattening foods...LOL...i found this sight while hunting for ways to get stains out of my husbands fire turnout gear and have stuck here every day...he is also a first responder (emt) volunteer fireman and is the councilmen for the 2nd ward here. (next stop white house? i think not) LOL....pop in anytime and talk to us...

donna in w.v    Posted 02-04-2005 at 20:04:07       [Reply]  [Send Email]
I'm from almost heaven West Virginia. I live in a real small town of about 300 people.We have a farm with cows,chickens,rabbits,dogs and cats. I grow most we eat alot of canning,freezing and dehydrating. I also work with the developmentally disabled.Nice talking to you.

donna_juney    Posted 02-04-2005 at 20:12:30       [Reply]  [No Email]
We do alot of our own canning from vegetables and meats to jams. I should say my hubby does the most of it. I work in town and he tends to alot at home. We built a summer kitchen in our back yard by the running water and the garage for electricity. It saves on messes in the house. We also do alot of our other cooking out there also when it gets to hot. Your job sounds interesting.

deadcarp-summer kitchen    Posted 02-04-2005 at 23:10:27       [Reply]  [No Email]
we're in the process of completing a 20-ft dome - oh it will be a guest cabin w/bedroom but til then, it's a handy thing, place to get away, put yer feet up and would be a great summer kitchen. :)

donna_juney    Posted 02-05-2005 at 10:43:30       [Reply]  [No Email]
Today what a beautiful day- sun is shining bright and the sky a vivid blue- temps are in the mid 50's. In the process of smokin venison sausage and doing up bologna and brats. Be ready for the super bowl bonanza tomorrow.

sawtooth    Posted 02-05-2005 at 06:04:25       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Hey Deadcarp let us know when the cabin is ready. We'd be glad to come put our feet up wid'ya.

donna in w.v    Posted 02-04-2005 at 20:27:06       [Reply]  [Send Email]
hubby helps me alot with cutting and other prep work when i can. my job is wonderful. the company I work for respects how hard we work and also the rights of those we work to help. Best of both worlds. Also i pick my schedule . so I take 4 days with 10-11 hr.shifts so i'm home 3 full days a week. i get to do lots of great things like horseback riding,bowling and even canoeing and skiiing.

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