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Saturday Good, Bad and Very Bad

Monday, November 14, 2011

Yesterday had its good points and its bad points.

The good: I was at my church for a progressive dinner. I helped set it up and I was one of two people that brought appetizers. I chose to bring ham and turkey slices, carrots, cherry tomatoes, cucumber, celery, and cheese slices.

The bad: I ate way too much!

The very bad: the insulator for my attic did not show up for a second time. I have asked for compensation because I had rushed home from my errands and then waited four hours for a no show. I called them every half hour for three hours and there was no answer at the emergency phone number. They finally called 5-1/2 hours later to apologize stating that their machine broke down. I am not sure that I believe them.
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  • v SUNONMAPLES
    Progressive gatherings are SO much fun but, you're right, it's hard not to want to at least TASTE everything in sight. All those different preparations, so many chefs! Wow, sorry to hear about your workman not showing. Ugh, that is something that really irritates me when it happens to me!
    1679 days ago
  • v JOYFULME01
    Wow, it sounds like you had busy day. Your appetizer sounds excellent. Progressive dinners are difficult. The ones I've participated in change location for each course and it is challenging to keep track of everything I've eaten. On the plus side, this is an excellent social setting in which to visit with friends. I also found that if I was over indulging at one course, I had a few minutes while we traveled to the next course to think about it and change my perspective before I arrived at the new location. Keep up the good work!
    1685 days ago
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