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2/06/2017 05:10:00 AM
LUNCH AT SUNNY'S BAR-B-Q THE THIRD MONDAY OF THE MONTH. FEBRUARY, 13,2017 AT 12:00. I BELIEVE IT IS ONE WEEK FROM TODAY. MARK IT ON YOUR CALENDER IF YOU CAN MAKE IT. HOPE TO SEE YOU ALL THERE......Barbara....
You can't imagine just how sorry I am that I won't be able to be there as I will have my hip joint surgery this Wednesday at Sarasota Memorial & after about 3 days will be transferred to some rehab joint where I will be incarcerated for at least a week so I will look forward to next month
Good luck Chic. I am still recovering from mine and it isn't as easy or quick as they tell you.
When Ben was a little boy he came to me one day wanting to know what a "Flickus" was!Seems he watched a Kids TV Show called "Fractured Flickers" featuring old Silent Comedies and he thought it was an injury.....and until this day any household mishap is referred to as a "Fractured Flickus".
Wait a minute. The double somersault, thrown backwards, naturally ends with the hands coming out to the catcher. The next half-turn extends the feet, which hook behind the catchers arms as he grasps the flyer by the calves, also called the hocks. This feature, known as a "big trick", is more commonly called the two-and-a-half, and cannot finish with a hand-to-hand grip.
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