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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.02.2010 09:53

Hello treasa i hope your feeling not heard from you ..webbie have you heard anythiing from treasa..give her my love please love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.02.2010 09:51

Jack2 its just what i heard about the jacaranda tree so i know they are best on big blocks just like mine ..but i dont need to keep the heat off me its just nice here.ah yes im sure your irish friend likes to relax .under the trees..i live in a brick house ..but i got my bottle brush and golden plam and some other ones and my snow bush ..anough for me love lizxxx
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.02.2010 09:02

Lizzie if you look on Google Jacaranda trees come from Brazil,I did say South America

Jack2
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.02.2010 08:57

Elizabeth My Dear,

We have got two in our back garden (Jacarandas) for shade,they cover about half of the back as we have got a quarter acre block and they are not on the fence line,but very nice in the summer to sit under and sip ice tea with an Irish friend,also they do not interfere with the sewerage as ours is deep sewerage not like some places in Australia on septic tanks....Jack2
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.02.2010 07:08

Hi jack 2 ah your too long with jack1 your forgetting haa yes the jaccarandas they bloom here in oct november too..they are big and beauitfull.but no good on the fence line in a garden ..know the drains about..they come from Argentina i heard .but the colour is lovely ..love lizxxxx
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.02.2010 05:35

Patricia I forgot to say ( I must be getting old ) our Jacaranda tree\'s in Western Australia bloom about October/November.

Jack2
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.02.2010 05:28

Patricia, My wife and I have two large Jacaranda tree\'s in our back garden they are very nice tree\'s but very messy when they start to drop their purple flowers,I can\'t remember where they originate from I think in the back of my mind it was South America or America. Jack2
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.02.2010 04:56

Hi there just back from my red hat day out its was lovely..but jack 1 who are you cooking for i tought they did their cooking ahhhhhhh i knew you would bow to them .in time..haaa love lizxxx
jeanie





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posted: 08.02.2010 04:52

What ya cooking Jack 1?? I made chili tonight, it was rather chilly outside. For dessert we had mint chocolate cake!
jeanie





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posted: 08.02.2010 04:48

Hello Patricia, Annete, and Liz. You all sound very well. I had a great day myself, enjoying watching my kids and hubby ride around on the gokart. They were so funny. Just got it this weekend, was able to bribe the kids into cleaning their room in return for ticket on the gokart. It was nice but very cold.

Yes, the animals are all well, and I do love their companionship. Pat, I haven\'t really noticed a whole lot of things blloming yet, however, I must say I have been so busy I haven\'t really had time to get out in my garden and plunder. I do so love my plants and flowers. My favorite are butterfly host plants, I have several. I love butterflies. I haven\'t ever heard of jacarandas though. I have seen lots of robins though and ladybugs. Well have a nice day all, Jeanie
jack 1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.02.2010 04:44

i am out of here now got to cook lunch cya
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 08.02.2010 04:28

Jack 1-I agree it\'s a totally different game. They are both played with a ball & on a field. After that it\'s nothing in common.
jack1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.02.2010 04:13

thanks mies i can\'t get the hang of that game looks like there are 4 teams 2 to go forward and 2 to defend i do not call it football i call it block and throw
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 08.02.2010 02:30

Jack 1-Now you can change your mind!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
jack1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.02.2010 02:20

OOOOOO can i change my mind
jack1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.02.2010 02:10

16 ---17 i think the colts will win am watching on one hd 4th 10 mins
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 08.02.2010 01:59

Watching the Super Bowl today, just an average game so far. We have a large tri-tip on the BBQ for diner & a cold beer to wash it down.

We went pheasant hunting again today & as usual now, Molly was impressive. She is so much fun to watch.

Our weather is still mild, some rain every other day or so & the ground isn\'t frozen now so it\'s all soaking in. All the springs are running, the robins are here, & lady bugs are out in large clumps, it feels like spring.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.02.2010 01:06

Patrica. patrick moore a lovely name haa yes he was on bbc tv and i loved to watch him ..he had a good scence of humber ..dry like ..he was good ..i did not understand the stars well but he made it great ..so i injoyed it better ..love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 08.02.2010 01:00

Hi patrica ah the flowers sound lovely ..we had some great rain here thank god ..but the food in ireland i dont think thhey got time to name it ..haa it was eating too fast..corn beef cabbage and patatos..ah now that was a good meal..them chest you get them here made in china or somewhere like that..all the people there should be rich with all the stuff they make to send here ..but a good old fashion chest would be lovely ..i think most of the wealthy girls had them for sure me and my sister did not ..but we still where happy ..red hat today ..at 12 noon ..love lizxxxxx
Patricia





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posted: 08.02.2010 00:52

I\'ve been spray painting small pieces of furniture this last week, I must be getting Spring Fever. I just put the first coat on two little stools that my Grandgirls used to use with a small table for their tea parties when they were small, but they\'ve grown big enough to use the kitchen table now, their legs barely fit under that little table. They are very sturdy little stools, though, with cute little turned legs, and I\'m spraying them white and will put some bands of color on the turnings, and paint some vines and flowers on them and put their names on the tops, and they can keep them for when they marry or have a place of their own to use as plant stands or stepstools in the kitchen, it\'s always nice to have a way to reach those top shelves.

Continued...

Patricia





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posted: 08.02.2010 00:51



Cont.

I don\'t know if people do this any more, but in my day girls used to keep what was called a \"Hope Chest\", where they stored things to use when they went to housekeeping on their own, and I am looking for some nice little chests for Erin and Lauren to put things like that in. I am sure there was such a custom in some European countries as well, I\'ve seen Pennsylvania Dutch antiques that are called \"Kas\" that were used that way, that would have been of German custom, and \"Dower Chests\", probably English. They eventually make a nice piece to keep at the foot of the bed to store extra blankets in.

That\'s all for now, I hope you are all well, and staying out of trouble.Take Care.

Pat
Patricia





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posted: 08.02.2010 00:26

\'Scuse me, Mar. I slipped and said a bad word. Pi*k.

I\'ve been busy helping my Lauren do a school report about Ireland, she\'s got to do a board with pictures and information about the country some of her ancestors came from, and she picked Ireland, knowing her Meema would be a good source and would help her. She\'s got to give a 5 minute talk about it, and 5 minutes doesn\'t seem llike a lot of time, but you talk for 5 minutes...I guarantee it will seem like forever. She can use 3\"x5\" index cards with notes for it, so I am typing those for her. She\'s supposed to tell what the children do, and about foods, customs, occupations, etc. What\'s a typical Irish food, Webbie? Isn\'t there a potato dish called \"Boxty\"? I\'ll have to try to find a recipe for that on the net, unless you think there is a more definitive Irish dish we could describe.

Patricia





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posted: 08.02.2010 00:10

You\'re welcome, Liz. That bed of daffodils will be beautiful in another week. I had to drive to Monticello today, and the spring things are really beginning to come out, there was a wonderful pi*k tulip poplar in full bloom, with a perfect petticoat of Spanish moss all around the bottom of it, and there is a kind of Redbud that is earlier than all the rest of it\'s kin, and especially bright fuschia in color that is blooming as well. The camellia blossoms are all just about over, they have made red and pink and white pools of color on the ground under them, where all the blossoms have fallen. It may be only a few weeks before the azaleas and dogwoods come out, then the wisteria. This is my very favorite time of year. I haven\'t seen the migrating flocks of robins yet, though, only a single one in a field the other day.

Continued...

Patricia





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posted: 08.02.2010 00:09



Cont.

What\'s blooming down there, Jeanie? You are usually about 2 weeks earlier with dogwoods than we are here. Do you have Jacarandas? I don\'t know if you have them as far North as your area, but when I lived in Lakeland they bloomed in April, and I just loved them, I think they are the most beautiful trees in the world.

Loved those cleeks, Webbie. I don\'t know who that Moore person is, but he looked like he would be fun to know.

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 07.02.2010 23:36

Good morning all Annette how is your weather ..we are having lots of rain thank god..jack1 /2 has not had rain in 73days so far,,hard to belive..i watched the bust fires in oz last year good god it was powerfull and sad ..its a year ago on the 7 th...patrica ah your daffodil is lovely ..thank you jeanie busy lady how is your pets ..they are great company .i keep saying no more pets haa i got 2 cats and 1dog left ..all up i had 3 of each love lizxxxx