no, it simply COULD NOT, i defrosted it yesterday & meant to cook it but had to leave it in the fridge overnight...and i just cannot deal with any kind of meat, poultry fish being left to sit in the fridge, once i thaw something i MUST cook it or else i'll never be able to eat it...am i weird? maybe just a little i just took the chicken out of the oven...it's 11:15pm! LOL, omg,well if no one eats it tonight, then there's tomorrow's lunch, he he he
I've been here, left, came back, left again, came back and I still can't stand it. I don't think it's a matter of getting used to it. It's just too distracting. There are too many things on the pages. It's not worth the aggravation for me. If anyone wants to chat with me on facebook or email that's where I"ll be
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