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Australia and New Zealand 2011 Cruise Roll Call
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LemonAid
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 Posted: Sun Feb 21st, 2010 09:31 am
Deester wrote: Well, you lovely Americans will have to bring the ingredients for those fantastic sounding SMORES to the cruise - thanks RR for your wonderful description of not only what they are, but how you make & eat them! One more question though - what is a 'graham cracker' ?::LOL (And we think we speak the same language!)

graham cracker n. A slightly sweet, usually rectangular cracker made with whole-wheat flour. [From GRAHAM FLOUR]
 
You mean we are going to have to bring our Grahm Crakers or maybe we prepave with Ron Oyer's group and they have them in the galley special for the campfire.

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 Posted: Sun Feb 21st, 2010 09:32 am
Deesterwrote: what is a 'graham cracker' ?::LOL (And we think we speak the same language!)
::LOL::LOL::LOLI am not sure, I saw it in a store, maybe even ate it long time ago, but don't remember what is the difference between a cracker and a 'graham cracker'::chin

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 Posted: Sun Feb 21st, 2010 02:38 pm
Graham crackers were a fave of mine in early childhood...crispy and kinda

sweet...they come in rectangles with four sections...easy to share with friends:exactly:

perfect to break in half and squish ice cream in-between...maybe the original

ice cream sandwich??!!:) Really good with hot tea or a glass of milk...not too messy

until someone had the yummy idea to coat them in chocolate::LOL

:beautiful: mypie  pre-paving Australian/New Zealand cruise...made with graham cracker crust please!!!!!::thumb::nod::rainbowKris

PS: Lady J...aniheartthe t-shirt!!!!!

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 Posted: Mon Feb 22nd, 2010 01:21 am
KrisGoes wrote:

PS: Lady J...aniheartthe t-shirt!!!!!


Thanks Kris.

I love the saying  SAVOR... Desire without Doubt.  It feels so good to want and to believe I can and will have the desire.

 

Regarding Graham Crackers... what do Aussies give their children to munch on when they are about 12 months old?  Seems a stable here because they sort of "melt in your mouth" when sucked on and don't become crumbs like the others of the type that tend to make you cough if they go down the wrong way.  Tiny little hands covered in gooey, messy, gummed/sucked graham crackers is a vivid memory of not only my girls but many other children as well.  Something the baby could eat by itself that was easy to hand to them when you did not have time to stop and spoon feed them right that second but they were getting hungry.

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 Posted: Mon Feb 22nd, 2010 01:53 am
Joyous_LadyJ wrote:
Regarding Graham Crackers... what do Aussies give their children to munch on when they are about 12 months old? 

We have something called Farley's Rusks - sound similar although not very sweet; round and non crumbly and keeps the toddlers happily munching and sucking for ages! Don't you just love this cultural food exchange!!

 

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 Posted: Mon Feb 22nd, 2010 04:28 am
Deester wrote: Joyous_LadyJ wrote:
Regarding Graham Crackers... what do Aussies give their  children to munch on when they are about 12 months old? 

We have something called Farley's Rusks - sound similar although not very sweet; round and non crumbly and keeps the toddlers happily munching and sucking for ages! Don't you just love this cultural food exchange!!

 


I do!  I do!  I do!

I had a friend who traveled to Australia about 16 years ago and came back having discovered that in-line skates/rollerblades had not yet made their way there yet.  He was in a great place to capitalize on that discovery and made quite a bit of money bringing what I guess was an American fad to Australia. 

I guess I have tended to think of English speaking countries (I use that term loosely) as thinking the same and that is just so not true!  It fascinates me to get to know others from other places and what is normal for them that is so 'not normal' for us here.

It really helps drive home the point that there is no right way.  There is no "one way that is best".  I just love that.  It gives me so much permission to be different (not that I have ever needed permission for that  LOL) but I am more open about my differences whereas I used to be fairly quiet about many of them.

I am who I am and I am perfect at being me.  Everyone else is who they are and they are perfect at being themselves.  ::grapevineI can love their differences and their similarities.

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 Posted: Mon Feb 22nd, 2010 05:18 am
Pre-paving for Princess in Australia!


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 Posted: Mon Feb 22nd, 2010 05:19 am
Diamond Princess in Sydney


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 Posted: Mon Feb 22nd, 2010 05:20 am
Sailing past The Sydney Opera House


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Assisting Dimond Princess to dock in Sydney


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Guests on their balconies


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 Posted: Mon Feb 22nd, 2010 07:45 am
I see me top row on the far right!!!! beautiful view too.::TU:kiss:, Nancy

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LemonAid wrote: I see me top row on the far right!!!! beautiful view too.::TU:kiss:, Nancy
Hey, Nancy! Who is that guy with you?::chin

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 Posted: Mon Feb 22nd, 2010 08:58 am
fromknowingtojoy wrote: LemonAid wrote: I see me top row on the far right!!!! beautiful view too.::TU:kiss:, Nancy
Hey, Nancy! Who is that guy with you?::chin

::LOL::LOLaniheartaniheart::whistleafter I posted I thought that exact :exactly:thought and then thought hmmmm I could start prepaving how exciting it is to be with him........::TU::ilu, Nancy

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 Posted: Mon Feb 22nd, 2010 02:00 pm

:allgoodUPDATE!!!:allgood




:beautiful:Annie (who was on the Mexico cruise) was at their workshop on Saturday and apparently Esther confirmed the Aussie cruise.:beautiful:




::LOLLeaving Auckland, New Zealand 3rd Jan 2011!!! ::LOL




:allgoodWoohoo!!!!!!!!!:allgood




Nick ::LOL:kiss:::LOLXxx

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 Posted: Tue Feb 23rd, 2010 01:05 am
LemonAid wrote: fromknowingtojoy wrote:
Hey, Nancy! Who is that guy with you?::chin

after I posted I thought that exact :exactly:thought and then thought hmmmm I could start prepaving how exciting it is to be with him........


Oh, I will be waiting for an update!::cool

This one will work?::LOL



 

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 Posted: Tue Feb 23rd, 2010 01:07 am
abraham-nicks wrote:

:allgoodUPDATE!!!:allgood


Nick, it was DONE on our cruise!::LOL Didn't you feel it???! WAS DONE DEAL.:kiss:

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 Posted: Tue Feb 23rd, 2010 01:09 am
Diamond Princess in Auckland! Sorry it's so little, I have no idea how to make 'em bigger!

We could use Digestives instead of Graham Crackers.....

::grapevine::grapevine::grapevine::grapevine

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