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Time for a change of pace- Biscotti and tea anyone?

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amoLu, Nope the butter must be salted!

However, The Ghost and Mrs Muir is one of my top favorites also. There are 3-4 movies that Greer Garson is in that I just love, Goodbye Mr. Chips, and the one whose title escapes me, but it is where her husband gets in an accident and suffers amnesia; she ends up working as his secretary just to be near him, and of course one day he stumbles upon their old cottage and the memories come flooding back, and she just happens to be there to welcome him back when he remembers who she is--grand flowery music swells--The End. :happy: A Most Satisfying Movie!

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NSIME - it would drive me nuts not to know the name of that movie. Just google it.

Nope. WhEn it's just a roll or a bagel, UNsalted butter is my choice.

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Time to grab some tea and watch "Hamlet" with Sir Christofer Plummer.

I like the version with David Tennant!

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NSIME - it would drive me nuts not to know the name of that movie. Just google it.

Just for you, dear amoLu, I googled the archives for the movie title. It's called "Random Harvest"; 1942, with Greer Garson and Ronald Coleman. Excellent and a real heart-breaking handkerchief-wringer of a movie. QUITE rewarding with a (finally!) Happily-Ever-After ending Whew!

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