June 12, 2007 - Msg 53353: Hey gang!..auh20,Dud,TOM,Rev,boo,ro,mavis,possum,hazel,hm,mil,mil,robbie,{Dud thanks for supper],mdc,md,bwb,lucy,sterling.{CHUCK],...Rev the dollar stores are neat...well been busy with the boat and garden...prayers to all...back in just a bit...thanks again for supper Dud...Big Maude you our there?...Low Country Boil this weekend at the lake ....SPOT

June 12, 2007 - Msg 53354: SWISH for me!.....Asa get your broom......SPOT

June 12, 2007 - Msg 53355: Boo, my oldest is Brenda, now 45....I still remember fondly correecting her when very small, just walking. To get the message across to her posterior with the palm of my hand took some pressure when she was in diapers. One time she sased me back and I did my normal swat to the rear....WOW!, didn't know it but she didn't have a diaper on....was a shock to my hand and really got her attention. After that....I think I got a lot more respect. Today she still remembers it.
ray




June 12, 2007 - Msg 53356: Boy, I hope Dud wasn't referring to me. I wasn't trying to ignore him, just been very busy today. I know that I answered the last question he asked me about the family from Louisianna.

Had bible study at the drug rehab tonight and had 15 girls, which seemed like alot. It is always such a blessing to be with them for that hour each week. I am very thankful for the opportunity.

Today has been a tough day. Karen's oldest daughter came to see me today and was hinting at needing financial help. I don't know what to do for her exactly. I want to be there for her but she is not responsible with money and will spend it on cigarettes and fast food, I'm afraid. I did get a gas voucher for her from the salvation army and am checking into ways to help without giving her cash. Anyway, that has been on my mind and I was kind of dealing with a couple of other very disturbing things today involving my son. I can't really say more but I am really fighting the temptation to worry. I choose to trust my Lord, who has been so faithful. Thank you all for your many prayers for me and for my family.

Ray, did spanking work with Brenda? I find that with Erin it works for the time but doesn't seem to get lasting results. I know I have to do something that will really make her uncomfortable, like taking away her cartoons. That is torture for her.

Thanks for taking the time to share that advice, Romeena. Makes alot of sense and I'll try it.

Well, I should be going to bed. It's late. God bless you all,

Boo

June 12, 2007 - Msg 53357: Hello Everybody, I had a bad day.....Can I be part of the Porch...The "Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53358: Of course, Dud. I know how you feel. I had a bad day too.

Boo

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53359: SPOT: I will ask you one more time. Did you catch any fish last wekend? The "Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53360: Wow, I just got spooked! Let me explain...for at least 2 years now, we have been noticing that when we go outside in the morning, the fence gate is open and our Lab is out. Bruce blamed my dad and told me dad was letting her out and just not telling us. Well, several months ago I was up late on the computer and I heard the gate open. I was too chicken to go see who it was in the middle of the night, but sure enough, the next morning the gate was open and the dog was out. Well, it's about 1am here and a few minutes ago, I heard the gate open. The dog didn't bark so I went to look out the door through the peep hole, and the motion sensor light was on near the gate. The dog can't trigger it from the back yard, someone has to walk onto the carport to set it off, so someone was out there. I went and woke up dad and made him go out there with me just now and the gate was open, the dog was out, and nobody in sight! Weird. I guess I will have to set up some kind of camera (kind of like Barney set up in the filling station. haha).

Better get to bed!

Boo

"Gentlemen, I have an announcement... Count Istvan Teleky exists!"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53361: I mean "wierd"...."i" before "e", etc.

Boo

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53362: Good Morning Porch Persons; It is a great day.

The "Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53363: REV: The next time you visit Monroe you have to eat at the MoHawk. Their fresh oysters are the best, shrimp basket is the bomb and their Catfish is fantastic. Good Ole La. Tartar Sauce on that Catfish....Etc...Capers..The "Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53364: Please Forgive Me For Resigning From The Porch:

I Would Like To Be Reinstated:

The "Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53365: Millie how are doing? What is the special at "Bogart's" today.
REV: Hows you vaction?
Boo: How is Karen's children.
Auh2o: How is it living in New York?
SPOT: You Have not answered me if you caught any fish in that big boat?

The "Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53366: Some Catfish Dud...[sorry] but did clean about 6 of them...they are in the freezer....breakfast on Asa at waffle house....!..SPOT

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53367:
Hey Folks

Ray-I was thinking of ya this morning, while I was waiting for the girls to get ready so I could run them to school, I grabbed a quick cup of coffee on the back porch and saw a little fawn walk through the yard.

Dud-The part of New York I live in is nothing like the NY you see in the movies. "Field of Dreams" could have been filmed here. I was telling Asa, a little while back, that some guy on the radio had said that, "If it weren't for NYC New York State would be Utah." One of my joys in life is following, and dabbling, in politics. My beliefs tend to go right of center so, in that regard, living in NY is a bit of a drag. I know God never felt that, He only helps those who help themselves, which is a good thing for a great many people living here. I guess what I mean is this is a great place to live but be prepared to "render onto to Caesar."

Dud-My SIL and BIL lived in the Big Easy for quite some time.

Boo-You may need a watch dog to watch your dog. Seriously, take precautions and be careful.

Spot-Nice of you to have to whole porch spic-and-span for us.

auh2o

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53368: Hey Dud.....I'm just ok....having a bad bout with nutropeneia.....Basically, I have no white blood cells, and am at a big risk for infection. A simple head cold could put me in the hospital. So, we're not taking chances. I'm not fighting breast cancer for 4 and a half years and let a cold kill me. All the kids moved to grandma's, and we had my "hospital room" and the whole first floor of my house sterilized and bleached.....even the dogs are gone.
Anyway, I'm in isolation now, I need my internet friends. Y'all can keep me company, right?
Millie


June 13, 2007 - Msg 53369: Boo, I'm no spelling bee champ, but I think you had "weird" right the first time. But I may have to get a second opinion on that from one of our more prolific writers.
Btw, since your dog doesn't bark when this happens, do you think it is possible that he is opening the gate himself? Dogs can be pretty crafty when they want to be.

Millie, you take care of yourself. We're all pulling and praying for you.

-Sterling Holobyte

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53370: Well, Sterling, I thought about that possibility, but I don't know why the dog would be opening the gate at about the same time every night and why she never opens it during the day. I have never witnessed her opening it, even when she REALLY wants out. Another curious thing is that a year or so ago, my dad had let her out of the fence during the day and she ran out to the street and was barking at a woman who lives nearby. I was telling the woman that I was having trouble keeping the dog in the fence and she told me that someone keeps letting her dogs out of her fence at night...hmmm, seems we have some strange person who likes to let dogs out at night, roaming the neighborhood.

Dud, Karen's kids are doing well, for the most part. I have not had the opportunity to talk to the youngest in awhile but Karen's son, who is 13 calls me often just to talk. He misses his mom but seems to be handling things in a healthy manner. They just returned from a trip to Disney World and enjoyed it. Her oldest daughter (21) is the one who is struggling the most. I am hoping losing her mom will force her to grow up and do what she needs to do for her 1 yr old daughter. Right now she is married to an alcoholic and her life is a royal mess. She came by yesterday needing money for gas and she told me she had signed up for a class to get her GED. She dropped out of high school when she was about 15, I think. She got in with a rough crowd of kids and never recovered from it. She was in church on Sunday and is talking about having many questions about God and wants to talk to the pastor, so I am hoping she will get on the right track and stay on it.

Hey Millie, sorry you have to be in isolation! Being forced to rest isn't much fun. We are hear for you. Do you have your TAGS dvds with you??

Thanks Auh2o, I'll be careful. I really would like to find out who is doing it. It gives me the creeps to think about someone prowling around while we are asleep.

Lots to do. I have an appointment with the cardiogist today about those problems I was having earlier with my heart slowing down. I'll let you know how it goes.

Boo

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53371: um...that's cardiologist, of course...

Boo

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53372: auh2o and other Porch Sitters:

I am a political Junkie. Used to be a hard right Republican. I am now sick of both parties. Bush or Pelosi, what a choice, Ross Perrot was nuts, but a third party might be the ticket.

The "Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53373: Maybe it is someone from PETA, Boo. Doesn't like to see animals "locked up" and thinks they're doing them a favor by "liberating" them. ;)

-Sterling Holobyte

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53374: Okay, I'm orrdering out....lunch from Bogart's....Anyone else want some? I'm having a grilled pinapple cheeseburger with fries. Y'all have whatever you want. Dud, we have an oyster po boy on special if you want one.
Millie

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53375: Good Wednesday Porch, Been busy and not much time to rock with you. Work has picked up for some reason so I have been swamped. It is good to see everyone. Hey to Millie, I will take one of those cheese burgers please. How about I take care of dinner. I will bring a picnic basket to your place since you do not need to be out right now: Fried Chicken, Potato salad, slaw, sliced home grown tomatoes, cookies and sweet tea to drink. Lucy, my kids did go to Slidell LA with their youth group last year. It was a great experience for them and hopefully Bay Saint Luis will be good as well. I gotta go do some paperwork before my 1 o'clock client comes in so see you later. Prayers and blessings to all. Big Maude

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53376: Millie: Oyster Po-Boy sounds good, and some Fries. The "Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53377: No oysters for me or pineapple - just a plain cheeseburger, no bread, no nothing - I like to live life dangerously! I know - I'm such a caution - literally! Ha Ha Ha

Hey Millie dear - I am so sorry that you are in isolation from physical beings - you hang out with us all you want. We love you!

I am tired - been hoof trimming goats. Yes - it is clipping toenails on goats. Not the easiest job in the world. Some of them girls need to soak their feet before I work on them. . .them hooves are tough!

homemaker

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53378: Oh yeah - I updated my goat website last nite www.freewebs.com/diamondbboergoats -

hm

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53379: P.S. if you have speakers, turn them up - Salty Dog is on our homepage, Sharp Dressed Man is on our bucks page, and Ring of Fire is on my own children's page.

homemaker

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53380: Ha, maybe so Auh2o, but I suspect it's some weirdo, considering the things I see in this neighborhood!

I know what you mean, Dud, I have a real hard time trusting Democrat or Republican candidates.

A grilled pineapple cheeseburger, Millie? What do you call that, the "Don Ho Special"?

Hey to Maude!

Boo

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53381: Oh hey Homemaker...I'll check out the new site...

Boo

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53382: hey Boo and HM! Hope you're having a great day!
Mil


June 13, 2007 - Msg 53383: Homemaker, love your site(again!)...I signed your guestbook.
Mil

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53384: Thanks for visiting Millie - one guy emailed me and said it was overwhelming with the music and I emailed him back and said, sorry, but I think it is fun! Tee Hee

Time to head into the jungle - that would be my boys' room!

hm



June 13, 2007 - Msg 53385: HomeMaker: You love those Goats, But you talk about eating Cabrito. I love Cabrito, what is you favorite way to cook the great goat meat? Yes us Cajuns will eat anything. Give it a try it is great. Auh2o do New Yorkers eat that Cabrito?

The "Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53386: Millie: My prayers are with you. What good food can get at Bogart's today? The Special?

The "Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53387: SPOT: I live about 2 miles from the Ouachita River and the state says do not eat more than 2 Catfish a month. What a sad state.

REV: Gonna take the Lady Friend and wine and dine her at the house, I will maybe let her fish a little a bit.

The Menu: Smoked Sirlion Steaks, Shrimp Salad, Pre-Baked Potatoes with Dallas Fresh Buffalo Mosarella Cheese and a fresh green salad with Fresh Green Oak Grove Tomatoes.

The "Dud"



June 13, 2007 - Msg 53388: Hey Dud...howmabout a smoked chorizo sandwich and some pasta salad/
Millie


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June 13, 2007 - Msg 53389: Millie: I will make you Chrizo sausage, 2 egg omellete with some good Mexican Cheese, Vidalia Onions, Sweet Green Peppers, Got to have Garlic and Louisiana Hot Sauce and maybe a little bit of Those fine Oak Grove Tomatoes.

The "Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53390: We do BBQ everything - my boys love Billy Burgers but they really love it when I cook a roast and BBQ it. They also enjoy little goat chops smothered in Mushrooms. That is some good eating for them!

homemaker

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53391: HomeMaker, I will take that Cabrito and slow smoke it with some ole' good mesquite chips and then pour some good ole Louisiana BBQ Sauce. How does that sound? The "Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53392: Okayokay, too much food now. I believe Maude said she'd do dinner, a picnic basket for me, thank you Big Maude(but don't burn rhe hamburgers!)
Mil

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53393: How about we do a quote-a-thon? I love those. I'll start.
Opie....."and the special tonight at the diner is chicken croquets, and they're terrible."

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53394: sorry, that was me, Millie.

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53395: Auh2o: You sound like a political person. Who Are you pulling for president?

The "Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53396: Other Porchesters, who do you think will be the best Guy or Gal....? The "Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53397: Dud, at this point I would probably go for Thompson. And I don't mean Tommy(who was once Gov. of my state, btw). I like Fred's "tell-it-like-it-is" manner.

Oh and thank you for all the prayers. I just got a call today to set up my second interview of that insur@nce job that I really want. Unfortunately it is for next week, and I do need something today. Actually I need something yesterday, but that is beside the point. :) I'm going to go to another temp agency tomorrow.

-Sterling Holobyte

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53398: Hey to Millie
I never got this at a pancake house!
Breakfast at the Taylor's kitchen one morning:
Opie-"How about that Pa. Mr. Malcom drew that right on the egg. :) "
Andy- "That's nice"
Opie-"I sure do like him. He cooks good too."
Andy-"Yes, he's a nice fellow".
-Marty from MtTop

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53399: Good one! Thanks Marty from MtTop!
Mil

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53400: Marty of MtTop:

I am newbie to the porch. What state do you live in?
The "Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53401: Sterlimg" I am going to go for the guy from TN> The "Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53402: Oh, a quote-a-thon?
Opie: "It ain't easy getting a peanut butter and jelly sandwich down dry. Yesterday, I almost choked."
- Hazel

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53403:
Did someone say quote-a-thon?

Barney: "Ernest T Bass is a grade-A, number one nut. Just give me five minutes behind the barn with him."

Andy: "He'd kill you."

auh2o

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53404:
Dud-Yes, I do love politics. And, I hate myself for it. I wish I didn't but it had me at hello. I can remember the Watergate hearings as a kid. I was totally hooked and a bit scared. When Nixon resigned, well, I thought our country was gonna fall apart. I can recall asking my Grandma about the resignation and she just dismissed it with a wave of her hand and said he got what he deserved. That was my Grandma quick, to the point, and accurate.

Dud-Out of this bunch running now (so far) I guess I'd pick Fred Thompson (although Tommy wouldn't be bad either). I just hope whomever win's isn't the type to give more of our lives to the government. I am a firm believer in that, the more the government does for you the more it can do to you. As for the Cabrito, I take from reading yours and homakers posts that it has something to do with eating goat. If that is correct than no, I have never tried it.

auh2o

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53405:
Well,... yikes, that, of course was to read homemaker.

auh2o

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53406:
Hi folks, just a quick check in tonight.
Boo- Mopar is Crysler Corporation's parts company like Delco is for GM. I think Mopar is supposse to be short for Motor Parts, kinda like Nabisco is short for National Biscuit Company.
Well, gotta run to Elonora Poultice's for my voice lesson. Hopefully i'll get those Me-theys right!
God bless,
MDC

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53407: Hey gang!...been busy with the storms...hey Dud,Rev,boo,ro,hazwl,possym,MDC,MD,mavis,.[jr going to hendrick!],,sterling,hm,marty [welcome back],mil,robbie,miller,Asa[my buddy],slaw Maude,...and all...breakfast; eggs your way [3]bisquits and gravy,country ham,hashbrowns,grits,toast with grape jelly,fried apple rings,oj,milk,coffee....prayers..SPOT

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53408: Where are yall!....im at home...got to work tomorrow ...Goober where are ya?..CHUCK!..Lucy you doing ok?...Boo how is Bruce?...well snack will be M&M"s and milk.....SPOT

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53409: Hi All.
Will it ben raining for the pass two night and a storm tuesdaynight .
Auh20 I do go on internet and I keep running on the world bigit gum chain.
He keep asked people to send thim gum wrapper what the name of the one who send it for he can addit on his chain.
That why I have asked people to send me wrapper ?
I asked my family and friend and not a one will help me to fine thim.
Spot I will take a bow of the grit what brownsugar and butter on it please.
Millie Hope your feeling o k .
I m going to writ to Miss Ellie.

LOVE TOM


June 13, 2007 - Msg 53410: Big: Maude: I am a newbie to the Porch. I think one of my favoite TAGS is the Big Maude episode. Floyd was the best in that show. What state do live in? According to the (SPOT) you seem to make a good slaw. I went to cullinary school and I am a Louisiana man who loves to cook. And I make some good Cold Slaw. No Crawfish in that Slaw.

Millie and Boo you are both in my prayers.

Everybody take care and have a good night. I think me and my lady friend are going to rekindle our relationship big time. I have lived in Dallas for the past 20 years and there is nothing like a good La. Lady. You can still have a good time at 48 years old. She likes my cooking and I like her Looks. She is a good Louisiana Girl (LADY).

The "Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53411: SPOT: Gonna to Lake Da'rbonne tomorrow to go fishing. Big Bass and nobody fishes their. No pressure. Wish me Luck. The "Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53412: Thanks for those prayers, Dud, I need 'em! I went to that cardiologist's visit today and got some bad news...hopefully not too bad, though. They did an EKG that showed some "significant changes" from last year. The doc said that it appears that I had a heart attack some time over the last year. He did an echocardiogram there in the office and put a 24hr monitor on me. I guess the next step is a stress test. When he questioned me about symptoms, I couldn't remember a time that I thought I was having a heart attach but later I remembered a night several months ago in which I had some nausea and broke out in a cold sweat. At first I thought I was having a hot flash but then I remember thinking that maybe it was a heart attack. The symptoms subsided and I didn't think anything more about it until today. Yeesh! Thank God it didn't kill me. Anyway, please continue those prayers. I have to make some serious life changes and deal with my stress. Please pray that I won't have to have surgery. I'm too young to have to do that! I did have a good friend who died at 44 of a heart attack, and with my best friend dying of a stroke 3 weeks ago, I am really getting a "wake up call", so to speak.

Well, need to get to bed. Talk to you all tomorrow.

Boo

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53413: auh2o: I knew I was a political junkie when the Watergate Hearings were on all day on broadcast TV, my parents and relatives asked me for my advice if Nixon was guilty? Living in the Bible Belt of the South, people loved Nixon until the resignation and we supported the War in Nam.

The "Dud"


June 13, 2007 - Msg 53414: Boo: I have high blood pressure, To much cholesterol and diabetes. With to much MEDS and a good Girl, everything seems great.

Thompson for President. That is Fred not the guy from Michigan.

The 'Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53415: Boo: I am still praying for you and Millie. I guress you know by my posting that good food and good cooking gives me a good feeling.

Take Care The "Dud"

June 13, 2007 - Msg 53416: Boo:
I have had the scare of my life when my Dr. said to go to an cardiologist and take a stress test. This was over 8 years ago and I was weighing 260 pounds at 6'3". I am now down to 215'lbs and has everyone knows I love to eat and cook. I am in your corner, it is scary to have this issue.

The "Dud"

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53417:
Hello porh family. Our daughter is here with us and we had a great time today. She'll stay with us till tomorrow then she heads back home. I'll be stopping back home next week for 3 days before heading back out.

auh2o....not sure of Bro. Reed's first name.

Dud...I'll have to check out MoHawks. Sounds like a good place. As for my road trip...it's going real good. Busy but good!

Boo...you better take care of yourself. Praying for you.

Spot...not really suprised on Dale Jr's decision. I'm not a Jr fan but he should do good with this team. If he doesn't, he might as well give it up because I think they will give him a good car.

Millie...prayers for your white blood cells to increase to help fight off any type infections.

Well getting real late. Prayers for all and have a good night.
-REV.

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53418: Nascar Porsters: Dale Jr. is doing the right thing. Don't cha' think....The 'Dud"

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53419: oh my goodness, boo, I am certainly praying for you! That is scary to think you had a heart attack and didn't know it.
Hey to MDC, auh20, Dud(thanks for the prayers), Spot, Rev, Tom and all.
Rev, have a nice finish with your visit with your daughter, you deserve it.



June 14, 2007 - Msg 53420: millie

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53421: Nascar Porchsters: Sorry it is early in the morning. Dudley Wash (The "Dud") Say hello Charlene.

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53422: Millie how are doing girl? The "Dud"

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53423: I'm okay, Dud. It's after 3am and I'm wide awake, but other than that...
Millie

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53424: Millie: Do you have Shrimp Po-Boys at Bogart's? At the Mohak (Hey REV) they have a wonderful PO-Boy called the Shrimp Buster. Fried shrimp, Louisiana Creole mustard, Tartare Sauce, Lettuce, Louisana Hot Sauce and good ole Oak Grove Tomatoes.

The "Dud"

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53425: Boo: I have had great results with medications for my Heart Condition. You will be Okay. Please don't panic like did. It is normal to do

The 'Dud"

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53426: Thanks Dud, I'm not panicking. I have a tendency to pacic over other issues I am dealing with besides that, but I am really trying not to. Anyway, it's 5:30 and I can't sleep. Sean woke me up complaining of not feeling well and now I can't sleep. You know that feeling when someone wakes you out of a good sleep and you feel anxious for awhile.

Boo

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53427: Hello and good Morning:

Millie and Boo you are in my prayers. I would love to meet everyone on the porch. Stay strong.

The "Dud"

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53428: Boo: I am Dancin' and dining at 48 years old. Got Diabetes and high blood pressure and the lady friend looks like she did when we dated in our twenties. She is a 45 year old blonde bombshell and loves the Louisiana life, plus she loves my cookin'. Everyone loves my cookin.

SPOT: Gonna buy the porch breakfast. Spanish Omelettes (Onions, Garlic, fresh green peppers, and with good ole' Pace Picante Sauce (Romeena and Boo, New York City!) Gotta have Grits, Virginia cut Bacon, Grillades ( If you are not Cajun Don't ask). Texas Toast and Yes some Good Ole Fresh Oak Grove Tomatoes.

The "Dud"



June 14, 2007 - Msg 53429: Everyone, I dont drink coffee or Tea, but I am Buying. They will be avaiable. I am A Diet coke person (Not Pop).

The "Dud"

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53430:
Boo-Glad to hear you are now out in front of the problem. Relax, take care of yourself and it will all be fine. Enjoy you day. Prayers for you.

Rev-The Ralph Reed I was thinking of was, at one time or another, was the head of Operation Rescue. And, I think he was from that part of the world.

Tom-I should have known you'd be out in front of me.

Millie-Another hug for you, friend.

auh2o

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53431: Dud. Stop you are making me go crazy whay t all your post and no one had time to post what on thing.



June 14, 2007 - Msg 53432: I will stop posting for your pleasure Anonymous: Yes the "Dud"

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53433: Dud do you have a hobby beside fishing?
LOVE TOM

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53434: By the way Anonymous, Why Can't you at least give me your TAG.

Yes, it is the "Dud"

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53435: Boo my prayer go ou for you.
Me mom was the someway what min little heart attack and never said a thing .
I fined this out from your Dr.
Au20-out in front of what?

LOVE TOM

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53436: Hi Dud- maybe you can help me fine the a cmop in mexico where the gum is may>
LOVE TOM


June 14, 2007 - Msg 53437: Where did everyone go fishing for the day.
love TOM

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53438: Thanks for breakfast Dud...busy here at work...supper will be grilled ribeye steaks and baked taters with the works,salad [your choose of dressing]..texax toast...and lets throw in a rock lobster tail also...fresh drawn garlic butter...we are getting ready to leave to go camping sat for a few days...the storms are suppose to be about gone by then..prayers Boo...hey TOM,auh20,possum,asa,ro,Rev you still on the road?...well see yall at supper....SPOT

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53439: Thanks for the prayers and kind words! I am doing some reading and research on nutritional supplements that might help along with whatever treatment my doc prescribes. LUCY, are you out there? You always have such good advice. I was reading something about immflamation in the body and how it can contribute to the risk of heart attack (one of the reasons doctors prescribe an aspirin a day to reduce risk). I can't take aspirin, though, because even the enteric-coated aspirin kills my stomach. I'm also thinking about staying on the fish oil and adding Coq10. Also heard that vitamin E may play a part in protecting the heart. Anyway, advice would be welcomed. Thanks!

Chores to do....talk to you later.

Boo

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53440: I am not gonna go crawfishin' and not let the person who gave a negative (don't give name) Post. Give me your name and I will talk Man to Man or Man to Lady.

The "Dud"

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53441: Dud - it was probably just a porch sitter - someone who doesn't talk very often. Pay it no mind. . .

Boo - best wishes for you and your doctor's visit. You have certainly had enough on your plate in the last month. Prayers for you!

Spot - wish we had a rain or two here - dry as a lake bed here and we are really needing rain. None in the forecast until Tuesday.

Millie - how are we doing today? We have been walking and trimming goats. When you have around 65 to do - it takes a few days. Made it through part of the jungle yesterday ( my kids' room) - now we are sorting out clothes that do not fit and taking them to Goodwill. Well -the ones minus all the stains - ragbag for those.

Need to get back to the homemaker grindstone~

hm

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53442: Hey I asked you a qu. back in post 53433-53436.
Auh20- I just get the gum that I order three monthy a go.

LOVE TOM.

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53443: SORRY THAT ONE WAS FOR DUDUP THERE
LOVE TOM

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53444: Hey Boo, Dud, hm....hope y'all are having a good day....I am. Everybody be good.
Millie

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53445: oh, hey Tom!
Mil

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53446: Tom: I went fishing at Lake Da'rbonne yesterday and got 2 bass and some good sun. Hope everyone is having a good day.

Millie and Boo you are in my Prayers.

Rev, you take care and when your crew is in Monroe La. The Po-Boys are on me at the Ray's Pe-Ge.

The "Dud"

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53447: SPOT: That dinner sounds great. Do you mind if I bring Louisiana Creole Sauce for that Lobster. And some La. Garlic Bread? And I will not forget those Fresh Oak Grove Tomatoes.

The "Dud"

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53448:
Boo- yes to all those things; fish oil, Cq 10, vit E. etc. Also, stop all caffienne, pop, coffee, tea etc. I have a great booklet called 8 healing foods from the Bible, things like wheat bread, lentils, cukes, garlic, olive oil etc.
Spot- hope the storms pass soon.
110 in Phoenix today!!
Dud-Besides the scene of Andy, Opie and Miss Peggy on the front porch, I like where mr Tucker softly sings "The little brown church in the vale."
HAPPY FLAG DAY-- FLY OLD GLORY PROUDLY- LONG MAY SHE WAVE!
God Bless America, land that I love...
The second Continental Congress laid out the design of the flag on this day in 1777.
Prayers for all.
MDC

I take digoxin for the heart.
My prayers go out to you and yours.
Dud- I say good for Jr too. he hasnt been the same since his dad died. maybe this will help him shake it.
I gotta ask, what are grillades?

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53449: I want to know what La. Garlic Bread is? Dud - there is a question for YOU! :)

We got a sprinkle of rain - not enough to wet the dirt.

homemaker

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53450: Hello Porchers: Grillades, and for breakfast you have to have Grits. Louisiana French Bread has to be from Central Grocery In the French Market in (The Big Easy) it is special like New Yorkers say the water is what makes their Bagels the best.

The origin of grillades has been the subject of many arguments in Bayou Country. It is believed that the dish originated when the country butchers preparing the boucherie sliced thin pieces of fresh pork and pan-fried these with sliced onions. The cooking took place, most feel, in black iron pots over the boucherie fires. The grillades were then eaten over grits or rice throughout the day. Today, grillades and grits are a tradition on many Sunday brunch menus. Most recipes call for veal round pounded lightly and smothered in its natural juices. One of the things I find most interesting about grillades is that it's one of those dishes that has a place on all rungs of the social ladder.
Grillades may be eaten on the sharecroppers breakfast table or on the grand buffets of New Orleans.

INGREDIENTS:
2 medium-size round steaks
1 cup flour
1/4 cup Crisco or bacon drippings
1 cup finely diced onions
1 cup finely diced celery
1/2 cup finely diced bell pepper
1 cup diced tomatoes
1 cup finely sliced green onions
1/4 cup diced garlic
3 cups beef stock
1 cup sliced mushrooms
1/4 cup parsley
salt and cracked black pepper to taste

METHOD:
Cut round steak into three-inch square cubes. Season to taste using salt and cracked black pepper. Dust pieces generously in flour and set aside. In a heavy bottom Dutch oven, heat oil or bacon drippings over medium high heat. Saute round steak until brown on all sides. Add onions, celery, bell pepper, tomatoes, green onions and garlic. Saute until vegetables are wilted, approximately three to five minutes. Add beef stock, bring to a low boil and reduce heat to simmer. Cover Dutch oven and allow grillades to cook slowly for approximately forty-five minutes. Stir occasionally to keep seasonings from scorching. Once tender, add mushrooms and parsley, adjust seasonings if necessary and cook ten additional minutes. Serve over grits as a breakfast item or over rice as an entree.

Take care everyone. The "Dud"

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53451: Millie: You think the Grillades would be a good item at the The Bogart's? I think the name wouldn't go down on the east coast (La. people our strange food) . What is the special on the menu tonite? I am Hungry

The "Dud"

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53452: Homemaker: That Grillades menu would go well with Cabrito> For those that have not tried it is wonderful...The "Dud"

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53453: Hello Dud, answer to your inquiry I'm from the Pennsylvania part of the porch. I come by for short visits(never been one to sit still for very long) and try to keep up with the current events.

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53454: Porchers: If you make it to French Quarter in New Orleans (Market) and amble over to Central Grocery and have one of their world famous Muffaletta Sandwiches. By the way the only places when I go to the (Big Easy, Go Saints) I visit are the 20% of New Orleans that wasn't damaged in Katrina. My sister lived there for over 30 years, most in the Frecn Quarter. If your not Canjun don't ask what is is in this great creation.

Central Grocery is home of the muffuletta, one of New Orleans' great sandwiches. Muffulettas are now available in many restaurants around town (and around the nation), and there are some who like other restaurants' versions better, but we're quite happy dining at the source, for Central Grocery meakes a beauty. A circular loaf of soft Italian bread is sliced horizontally and piled with salami, ham, and provolone, which are in turn topped with a wickedly spicy melange of chopped green and black olives fragrant with anchovies and garlic. The hefty hunk of lunch is quartered and wrapped and sold ready to go or to unwrap immediately and eat along the counters that have been installed at the back of the store.

The "Dud"

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53455: Was that an answer from Big Maude.

Dudley Wash (The "Dud")

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53456: Howdy all fellow porchsters!!!

It's Fearless Barn(wannabe)!!!

I've just come to Pensacola for a fanclub meeting.

I really don't have time to read up since my last visit, so, do you think somebody could catch me up on all of the major porch events???That'd be swell.

So, Hey to everybody, and I'll be back ASAP!!!

Barnwannabe.


June 14, 2007 - Msg 53457: Hey BWB, nice to see you. Hope you have fun at your fan event. Not much news here on the porch. Snack is ready! Tollhouse cookies and thick shakes.....eat up!
Millie

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53458: Hi Millie did you see where I said that the gum that I orde came today.
loveTom


June 14, 2007 - Msg 53459: Hello Everyone. SPOT what is for Breakfest?

I am gonna catch me the big bass on the Bayou De"Siard today.

Romeena: I am heading back to Dallas to take care of business and to spend the week with my 10 year old daughter. Gonna go out to Lake Lewisville on the big BOAT SPOT. She is a little fisherwoman. By the way she loves my Lady Friend. Hope you are having a great vacation in FLA. The "Dud"

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53460: Porch People: My 82 year old mother has the first indication of Alzheimer's. I have total care for her set up. I have got to see my dauther. The "Dud"

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53461: That is my much more gourgeous DTR. The "Dud"

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53462:
Hello porch family.

Spot...still on the road. Will be on the road till August.

Dud...prayers for your mom.

Boo...as MDC said, all the supplements that you mentioned are great and I would surely add coQ10 as you mentioned. I also like to use Red Yeast Rice along with the coQ10. They are synergistic with each other. I've posted this before but if you take vit.E be sure it is d-alpha and not dl-alpha. It would be best also if it is the mixed tocopherols. Praying for you!

Gonna hit the bed. Prayers for all.
-REV.

June 14, 2007 - Msg 53463: Thanks REV, I'll remember that. I am planning a trip to the health food market tomorrow for some supplements. I am going to do a day long detox fast soon, too. I have been feeling down today. I think it really hit me today that I am 44 and had a heart attack. It stinks but I am thankful that it didn't kill me and now I pray I will have the opportunity to prevent it from killing me later. You know the old saying, sometimes you kind of have to hit bottom to realize it's time to do something. I have to trust the Lord and cast my cares on him. I am anxious to find out what is going on, though, and get on with the proper treatment. I kind of feel like a time bomb right now. I keep thinking about my kids and how I want to be around to raise them and see my grandkids. I am feeling guilty for putting everyone through this. I should have taken better care of myself years ago. Guess we all have some regrets, the important thing is that we move on in the Lord and do what we can now, right?

Sure have been alot of folks missing from the porch lately. Guess they are on vacation like Me-They and Romeena. Hope she checks in soon. She is always a comfort to me.

Hey to Barnwannabe, I was just thinking about you and there you are. Hope things are going well with you and your's.

Guess I should turn in. Goodnight Mayberry (if only there really was a Mayberry and we all lived in it, ha),

Boo


June 15, 2007 - Msg 53464: Boo: I am praying for you. Stay strong, there is some good drugs out there for you. The "Dud".

Millie: How are you doing?

SPOT:What is for Breakfast?

REV :Get some rest, looking forward to taking my Daughter to Spring Creek BBQ in BIG D, Brisket and Turkey, Potato Salad, Cold Slaw, Fried Okara and those good fresh baked rolls. The "Dud"

June 15, 2007 - Msg 53465: Big Maude: I want to try your Slaw. SPOT swears that it is good. The "Dud"

June 15, 2007 - Msg 53466: Hey porch.

Tom I'm glad you finally got your gum wrappers. I wish I could send you some. Being a shut-in gets old fast.
Boo, I, too, have been missing Romeena and Me They and Asa and some others. Hope everyone gets back to the porch real soon.
Millie

June 15, 2007 - Msg 53467: Millie: How are you doing? The "Dud"

June 15, 2007 - Msg 53468: TAGS fans, From the TAGS Web site (WBUTBB).

I remember an interview with Betty Lynn just before "Return to Mayberry" premiered in which she said she was excited to do the movie because she would finally Get a last name when she married Barney. Now, what would have been funny would have been if they had gotten married (as they did) then announced that she was retaining her maiden name, then never tell us what
that was.

The "Dud"


June 15, 2007 - Msg 53469: MOrning porch, hope everyone is well. Been busy at work and things at home with my kids getting ready to leave tomorrow. My computer at work is having a melt down and will not let me on the internet.. not sure what is wrong. We have some computer guys in out building and they are working on it to see what the problem is.. may be the browser they say. hopefully they can correct the problem. Prayers for Millie and Boo.
Dud, SPOT really likes my slaw and has it almost every meal. Let me know if you want the recipe or do you want to just keep having it at our virtual meals. By the way, lunch will be on me today: grilled salmon, SLAW, baked potatoes, fresh green beans and homemade rolls. For those who may not like fish, there will be left over fried chicken. dessert will be: Little Debbie cakes. sweet tea to drink. Good to see you BWB.
well gotta get to work. SPOT, be sure to use lots of sun screen when you go outside and are at the lake. We do not want a sunburned dog. see you all at lunch. Prayers and blessing to all. Big Maude

June 15, 2007 - Msg 53470: FORE!!!

Asa

June 15, 2007 - Msg 53471: Hey Barnwannabe, nice to see you. How've you been?

Haha, that would have been funny about Thelma Lou's last name, Dud. It would be an ongoing mystery.

Boo, first of all, I hope your tests turn out to be no big deal, and secondly, I hope you heed the hint your body(and/or God) is giving you and start taking care of yourself if you aren't already.
But I really hope it is the first one, and that God is just telling you something.

-Sterling Holobyte