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[Aug. 8th, 2007|11:32 pm]
-Larry-
A week ago Monday [July 30] I cut my left thumb while making myself a late night meal and had to go the ER where I had to get three stitches.

Well I went to my Doctor's office tonight and got the stitches removed!
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From: cataclysmic_liz
2007-08-09 03:46 am (UTC)
I'm so tired that just now, before rereading this entry, I thought it said that you had your thumbs removed.

I;m glad you didn't, lol.
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[User Picture]From: lordlnyc
2007-08-09 04:01 am (UTC)
LOL!

So am I, Thanks.

And I just reread my entry and see some errors and will fix
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[User Picture]From: mashfanficchick
2007-08-09 06:48 am (UTC)
Aww!!! Now I wanna see the messed-up one! :-D

Glad to know you and your thumbs are still attached to each other.

*realizes by the noticeable lack of cuts and burns to her hands that she hasn't cooked anything in a few days*
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[User Picture]From: lordlnyc
2007-08-09 07:54 pm (UTC)
Thank you for the well wishes!

Well if you really want to know the changes I made and since you asked so nicely here they are :-)
1) I added: "ER"
2) changed: "got them" to "got the stitches".


Will you be at the munch tonight?
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[User Picture]From: mashfanficchick
2007-08-09 10:08 pm (UTC)
2) changed: "got them" to "got the stitches".

*giggles*

Will you be at the munch tonight?

OhmygoodnessIcomepletelyforgot...but then after I said that to myself I reminded myself that it doesn't matter, because it would be very difficult to explain to my mother why I was ditching going out to dinner for my grandmother's 80th birthday (yup, the one you met) to go out with my friends to the munch! But myself does wish I could go. :-)/:-(
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[User Picture]From: lordlnyc
2007-08-09 10:16 pm (UTC)
Sorry you can not make it and wish your GM a very happy 80th from me!

*Hugs*
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[User Picture]From: lordlnyc
2007-08-09 10:18 pm (UTC)
Too bad you could not take her the the same place :-)

well I am off to the Munch
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[User Picture]From: mashfanficchick
2007-08-09 10:37 pm (UTC)
*snickers* I thought about it, but decided it might not be the best of ideas! :-D Besides, it being her birthday, I think we're letting her choose the place. :-)
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[User Picture]From: mashfanficchick
2007-08-09 10:40 pm (UTC)
Oh, man, now I have an image of her trying to understand everything going on at the munch tonight. I think the last time we (she and I) had a conversation like that was when I listed the things I'd seen being walked in the Village on leashes as "Dogs, cats, ferrets, lizards, toddlers, and people." (Not that toddlers aren't people, but I wasn't going to say "slaves"!) *giggles again, heads off to dinner*

Hope you have fun tonight!
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[User Picture]From: lordlnyc
2007-08-10 02:59 am (UTC)
Well it was just someone name john and myself.

I do understand family birthdays. I hope it went well for everyone including you.

BTW where did you go.
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[User Picture]From: mashfanficchick
2007-08-10 03:33 am (UTC)
Sorry more people didn't show. Hopefully, I'll be able to come next month, though I'll probably come only for dessert (I go to school in the evenings, and classes will have started by then).

And yeah, we had fun. My mom and I treated my grandma to Dougie's, this kosher place in Flushing. (There's one in the city, too, which is better because it has video games, but this one's ten minutes from my grandma's house.) Not the best restaurant we've ever been to, but my grandma's kosher: she'll eat in non-kosher restaurants, but won't eat meat in them, so this was her chance to get a steak. And then we went to Martha's Bakery on Austin Street for dessert (they're pretty new, but I highly recommend them; they're on Austin, at about 70th Rd).

(Besides, I get my revenge for dinner on Sunday: she's taking my whole family--me, my mom, and my uncle and his wife and kids--out for dinner someplace nice!)

Looking forward to seeing you at some point, assuming my schedule ever chills out. Hopefully at next month's munch!
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[User Picture]From: lordlnyc
2007-08-10 04:32 am (UTC)
I know that Dougie's - never been their [I did go to the Manhattan one once with Brenda]. The Flushing one is about a 10-12 minute walk (for me at least) from where I live. Oh, If you are looking for kosher steak, you could try Hapisgah on Union Turnpike between 147th and 149th streets (I live less than 2 minutes from them).

The next time I am in the area I will have to check out Martha's Bakery.

Looking forward to seeing you too.

*HUGS*
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[User Picture]From: mashfanficchick
2007-08-10 05:03 am (UTC)
*hugs back*

Yup, we've been to Hapisgah once or twice--good food, IIRC--but since it was my mom and me taking my grandma out, we couldn't really go for that kind of layout (read: I'm WAY too broke to go there!). And we definitely didn't want my grandma to pay, because like I said, she's insisting on taking the whole bunch of us out this weekend. (Though to be fair, I doubt one of my cousins will cost much: she's only 8 months old!)

This Dougie's isn't bad, I don't want you to get that idea; it's just that I have such fond memories of the one in the city, going there as a kid and playing video games and pool and air hockey and such. I think all restaurants should have a game room. (Spoken like someone with ADD!)

*hugs again*
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[User Picture]From: lordlnyc
2007-08-10 05:35 am (UTC)
Yes Hapisgah does have very good food and yes it does cost a lot. Brenda and I went there a lot and even got take-out from there.

The only memory of the Dougie's in Manhattan (not counting the food being very good) is that Brenda fell down the stairs going to the bathroom.

Now If you like Chinese/Japanese Cuisine you could try Annie Chan's Restaurant at 190-11 Union Turnpike See: http://www.greatrestaurantsmag.com/KOSHER/restaurant_view/163/

They also have a take-out place next dooe as well as a take-out place on Main Street (a few blocks away from Dougie's) called Annie Chan's Kitchen.

BTW: Brenda had ADD so I know about it.

*HUGS again to you too*
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[User Picture]From: mashfanficchick
2007-08-10 05:54 am (UTC)
EEK! That's not good, about Brenda falling down the stairs!

Thanks so much for the Annie Chan's recommendation; we've been trying to find a good kosher Chinese and/or Japanese place that doesn't cost an arm and a leg! (Are arms and legs kosher? ;-)) I'm not familiar with the Union Tpke location (I've seen the Main Street one, though I've never eaten there); is it east of 188th street? I feel like I know most everything west of there. (Q46 from Queens Blvd to 188th St, every day for four years to high school; now same route to various restaurants I discovered during those four years!)

*hugs*
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[User Picture]From: lordlnyc
2007-08-10 06:07 am (UTC)
Note It has been a few years since I been there, AFAIR the Main Street location has a very small amount of tables. And yes the UT location is 2 blocks east of 188 street. There is a Dry cleaners (Danny's) RIGHT next door and Cunningham Park is about 2 more block east (fron Annie's).

BTW: I take the Q46 Bus to work every day.

Oh sorry to say that AFAIK human arms and legs are NOT kosher ;-)

*hugs*
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