Happy Monday Koffee Klatch time!!

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   Posted 4/5/2009 11:42 PM (GMT -6)   
It's Monday and I hope it's warm and sunny where you are. If not then do keep warm as best you can. Sunshine will eventually arrive this spring. smilewinkgrin

OK, share time!! Tell something that nobody in the group knows about you. It can be something funny, simple or a deep dark secret. We won't tell a soul! rolleyes

Hmmm, something no one knows about me. How about that I have naturally curly hair? I never have to curl it, just wash, blow dry, a brush and/or a hair pick and it's styled. I've tried growing it out several times over the years and I end up getting frustrated with how much fussing it takes to make it look decent. It's short, sweet and easy on my fibro arms.

So, what should we know about you???huh, huh, huh??? idea
Chutzie smilewinkgrin smilewinkgrin
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   Posted 4/6/2009 12:03 AM (GMT -6)   

I used to play drums in an all-girl band in high school. Much to my parents' chagrin, after about 6 years of piano lessons! Thing is all the girls took piano, so when we looked around no one knew drums but I thought it was a neat thing to try. Oh, my parents' eardrums! smhair
And the band broke up because we had a fight about playing or going to proms!! rolleyes

And Chutzie, I have straight hair now, but every now and then in my younger years I'd get a perm so I didn't have to style anything. I don't think I've heard the word hair pick mentioned in a conversation in a long, long time! smilewinkgrin


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   Posted 4/6/2009 1:54 AM (GMT -6)   
When I was younger, a friend of mine had a dirt bike and I got to ride on it twice, my parents never knew...
was fun except for when my leg got too close to the exhaust pipes, almost got burned...
Just your wild and crazy chart, eh...lol...
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   Posted 4/6/2009 2:04 AM (GMT -6)   
I have not posted on the Koffee Klatch thread before but as I wait for my eyes to get heavy enough, I will join the ranks. Something people don't know about me. I joined the cross country team in jr high so I did not have to go home after school because I did not like my dad. If it was school related, I did not have to be home right after school. The only problem was I hated to run and had no athletic aptitude or desire. I faked an injury the first day and spent the rest of the time hanging out at the track while others ran but i did not have to go home until my mother was home from work. I probably didn't fool anyone.

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   Posted 4/6/2009 5:46 AM (GMT -6)   
I too have naturally curly hair!! I was an army brat growing up ,one summer my parents took us on vacation to Italy of course i was the one to get lost. I spent a few hrs. with some french people camping on the beach thought i may grow up to be french ,but here i am all american.

have a PFD Kay

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   Posted 4/6/2009 1:15 PM (GMT -6)   
I am actually quite smart even though most people think otherwise because I am goofy, intense and quite random with the things I say and do.

I did not go to Kindergarden, 1st or 2nd grade because my learning development was to far along for me to have any use for it. I started in 3rd grade. I also graduated almost a year early.

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