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Sharon Whitehurst: On biscuit shortcakes and virtual snakes

  • Like: Blackberry shortcakes with old-fashioned biscuits - over cobbler
  • Dislike: Snakes - in any form, even virtual

Jim prefers shortcake with old-fashioned homemade biscuits to cobbler, so that was served up with the first pickin' on Thursday.

Thanks also for the snake alert--you can add me to your unofficial list of those who do not look at snakes in any form, run-over-dead, alive or virtual!

-Sharon Whitehurst

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