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  1. #21
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    OH very nicely done. Thanks for such a good chuckle. Everyone here is such a fun bunch of people.
    Pork for tea tonight. YUM
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    Great work! but I only have 1 thing to say - Pigs bum!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonbeam View Post
    Great work! but I only have 1 thing to say - Pigs bum!!!!
    Whether you call it a “rear” or a “bum”
    Must depend largely on where you are from
    Although piggy parts can be rather odd looking
    Most of us think that they make for great cooking
    If either at your home should ever occur
    Marion hopes that you’ll save some for her

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    Excellent job on this! Marion, did you get your piggie for Easter?
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    What a great idea! I hope you receive a lot of compliments on your playbill.

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    That is sooo adorable.... Job Well Done Pilotswife!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pilotswife View Post
    Whether you call it a “rear” or a “bum”
    Must depend largely on where you are from
    Although piggy parts can be rather odd looking
    Most of us think that they make for great cooking
    If either at your home should ever occur
    Marion hopes that you’ll save some for her
    Very cute! Great poetry!
    I did have some pork for Easter dinner. I made Polynesian pork! Was very good!

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    Great pages you have done! Everyone is going to love this book you are putting together!! Marion I am glad you got your pig's rump for Easter-mmmmm! your dinner sounds goood!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pkdoll View Post
    Great pages you have done! Everyone is going to love this book you are putting together!! Marion I am glad you got your pig's rump for Easter-mmmmm! your dinner sounds goood!!
    Thank you for all the kind comments, everyone. Marion, can we have the recipe?

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    Nicely done layout... I also may a spiral ham in the crock pot for Easter, then cook the bones down to make ham stock, using that and the ham scraps to make navy bean soup!

    Them piggies are good eatin'

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