A Sunday Adventure December 11th 2011

Christmas, children, is not a date. It is a state of mind. ~Mary Ellen Chase

We Begin At Church 12/11/2011

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The displays are out

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Great church activities almost next door... Well, walking distance

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The tree is in the Sanctuary

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Thank goodness for the computer....

La Brique Was Next

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Mike was sick and Monica had stitches so we missed them both but brunch was excellent

To Cerritos For The Elvis Christmas Show

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We did not take pictures but we had a great time... Thanks to ear plugs

Did You Know? - There are mainly three types of earplugs for hearing protection:

NIOSH Mining Safety and Health Research recommends using the roll, pull, and hold method when using memory foam earplugs. The process involves the user rolling the earplug into a thin rod, pulling back on the ear, and holding the earplug deep in the canal with the finger. To get a complete seal, the user must wait about 20 seconds for the earplug to expand inside the canal.

Furthermore, they may be either disposable or nondisposable, with foam and silicone ones generally being disposable or for use a relatively limited number of times, while solid ones generally may be regarded as nondisposable. A variation of the traditional foam earplug is the no-roll foam earplug that uses a built-in central stem to push the foam plugs into the ears. These earplugs achieve a seal due to their tapered shape, rather than expansion after being rolled.

Ear plugs are especially useful to people exposed to excessively noisy devices or environments (80 dB or more).

Dinner Dancing With Friends At Old Ranch

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No no Linda.... Dinner Dance, NOT Costume Ball

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Follow suit?

Did You Know? - Follow suit = to do the same as someone else has just done

Usage notes: If you follow suit when you are playing a card game, you put down a card with the same type of symbol on it as the card put down by the person before you.

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The picture is NOT blurry... They just have NOT stopped moving yet

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Giggles found something funny...

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The Christmas picture

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Ed and Kathy

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Polka... Naturally

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Steve was playing up a storm this evening

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There they go again

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The bright star in the north was directly above the beautify young lady

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Paul hears the Chicken Dance and start up flapping....
Sue assures everyone he will not to it in public after last time

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Cavello's take to the floor

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The young man did a nice job

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Meanwhile back at the table

The VickyCam Shows Up

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Vicky captures Paul in the act of picture taking

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Paul is trying top be incognito

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Linda... No one will recognize us....

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Ah.... OK....

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On the floor

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Whirling and twirling

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Blowing the horn

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"Paul, follow me"

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Here we go!

Home By 9:30 And A Christmas Movie

We headed for home to settle in for a n evening of Christmas movies (or movie this evening) . We watched "Fallen Angel" on the Hallmark Channel and then hot the sack about 11:30 for tomorrow is a busy day.