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  •  Vetwife, hello my friend (1+ / 0-)
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    Yes right about now I could use some of those Texas Mesquite BBQ smothered in Hickory sauce. I have to remind you vetwife though, that I have lived in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for it seems like forever. And I still miss that BBQ that I recall so well.

    Texas is in my heart and will always be. Half of me mentally is always with my childhood family there. That is why I am ole Texas..and always will be.

    I have to settle for these obnoxious Brutworst, or whatever is the name I of these Polish wennies that masquerade as Hot Dogs around here. I really like them however and ate them. Sorry I have to let them go too from now on.

    I find it so amazing how so many folks here are on health situations, or have been in the past -- that make mine look like just a mild case of heart burn. That your husband suffered a heart attack last year is just another example of how hard he finds it to modify his new lifestyle. I do not blame him. He should be real mad for what happened. It just isn`t fair vetwife I am telling you. But no one said life would be fair, right?

    But I guess you as his wife must guide him to the changes that will keep him with you forever. You have always inspired me with your sense of knowledge to the things around you and what makes us tick. You are so true in your view about how we must mangage of diets. I am working on that, hmm, with uncertainty as to whether I should continue having my daily beer with my meals..I have already decided to let that lone beer in my fridge stay lonely there, and I will keep it there as a reminder.

    Old men tell same old stories

    by Ole Texan on Tue Jul 02, 2013 at 08:59:25 AM PDT

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    •  Thank you darlin and (0+ / 0-)

      it is damn tough....living with the changes of age creeping .
      I am glad you spoke your heart in that comment.  I know you miss Texas.   I never met a Texan that didn't long to be in the lone star state.   Nobody puts food on a table like a Texan.  I know.. I lived there once.   Had a former Mother in law in Texas and some cousins who still are around El Paso.   I was in Ft. Worth.
      For all readers...it really isn't BBQ if not from Texas.

      We the People have to make a difference and the Change.....Just do it ! Be part of helping us build a veteran community online. United Veterans of America

      by Vetwife on Wed Jul 03, 2013 at 03:30:55 AM PDT

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