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  • Fun way to use old Osborne Lights glasses

    I didn't realize until the past couple of weeks how many people still have their glasses. I don't. But for those who do - I didn't find them all that interesting for the Osborne Lights, but I loved using the angel glasses for fireworks. I always called them "exploding angel glasses".

    Just a fun thing, if you still have yours! I'd love to get another pair sometime, I hadn't thought about it in forever until this past month.
    Denise

    www.mousesteps.com




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    Re: Fun way to use old Osborne Lights glasses

    Oh - and if anyone heading this way has any, I'd be glad to trade baked goods for a pair of glasses. I make pretty good fudge. (and am always happy to bake!)
    Denise

    www.mousesteps.com




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    I think it will give more pipping pervs the reason needed to go parasailing
    on Bay Lake.

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      Re: Fun way to use old Osborne Lights glasses

      Oh if only I possed a pair of those magic glasses! Then I could have baked goods by Denise!
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        Re: Fun way to use old Osborne Lights glasses

        Originally posted by nbodyhome View Post
        Oh - and if anyone heading this way has any, I'd be glad to trade baked goods for a pair of glasses. I make pretty good fudge. (and am always happy to bake!)
        Wait, fudge is baked? Really?!?

        Guess I need my mom to share her secrets from the kitchen :blush:
        "When entering the theater, please move as far to the end of the row as possible. Stopping in the middle is distinctly unpatriotic." -Sam Eagle

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          Re: Fun way to use old Osborne Lights glasses

          Originally posted by OFTEric View Post
          Oh if only I possed a pair of those magic glasses! Then I could have baked goods by Denise!
          You can still have baked goods! I think this year I'm making fudge (okay Sabres, it doesn't go in an oven ), chocolate-chip coconut cinnamon cookies, maybe some almond bark and mint nut clusters. I like to bake over Christmas, I go a bit nuts actually with it!
          Denise

          www.mousesteps.com




          Favorite TDL Typo:

          Originally posted by TDLFAN
          I think it will give more pipping pervs the reason needed to go parasailing
          on Bay Lake.

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            Re: Fun way to use old Osborne Lights glasses

            The sad thing is, I wasn't kidding )

            My mom is a regular Betty Crocker, but she apparently didn't pass on that gene!

            Stinks that I'm missing out on your baked goods - I never kept any of my glasses!
            "When entering the theater, please move as far to the end of the row as possible. Stopping in the middle is distinctly unpatriotic." -Sam Eagle

            "I may have invented these bifocals I'm wearing, but I can assure you they're not rose-colored" -Ben Franklin, The American Adventure




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              Re: Fun way to use old Osborne Lights glasses

              Originally posted by Sabres2006 View Post
              The sad thing is, I wasn't kidding )

              My mom is a regular Betty Crocker, but she apparently didn't pass on that gene!

              Stinks that I'm missing out on your baked goods - I never kept any of my glasses!
              I usually bring some for friends in the parks (around Christmas), but you don't appear to be local!

              My mom wasn't Betty Crocker at all, and I wasn't for a long time. But stuff can be so expensive to buy ($10.00 a pound for fudge, etc.). I can make 5 1/2 pounds of fudge for less than that! And eating at restaurants can be really pricey, it took a $20.00 chicken curry meal to finally force me to find a good recipe. It was hard, but I finally found one.
              Denise

              www.mousesteps.com




              Favorite TDL Typo:

              Originally posted by TDLFAN
              I think it will give more pipping pervs the reason needed to go parasailing
              on Bay Lake.

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