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Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 05.02.2010 07:50

Hi Lizzie.

You will have to watch out Lizzie,these two women have done Jack1 the world of good he has just been to the doctors for his check up and he passed with flying colours,the quack said he was as fit as a MALLEE BULL.

Jack2
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 05.02.2010 03:13

Well cam5 looks odd but it looks like a jelly blob without its colour ...can anyone elce guess it please love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 04.02.2010 22:20

Good morning all ..well Annette and patrica im glad your well and ok ..its like living alone when the kids have grown up here haa..ah annette yes icey roads are shocking ..i remember dublin like thhat and the poor horses would slip all ove the roads..then cars come along..yes im that old..haaa hi jack2 ..how is the old fella ..love lizxxxx ps the sun is shining here ah beauitfull ...
Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 04.02.2010 21:17

Liz, I\'m not snowed in. We are \'rained in\' meanwhile. It started to rain last Tuesday and some of the snow melted. Now there is a big problem with icy roads and pavements as the rain fell on the compacted snow and froze over night. Each day a new surprise in the morning.

Mr Mies, we definitely had SIX WEEKS of winter and Punxatawney Phil can stick his shadow where the sun don\'t shine. Mies, I\'m with you. We will ignore old Phil.

Pat, I never heard about that tradition here around. But I know that experts say the German immigrants brought it to America. Though, it doesn\'t exist here anymore. Anyway, as far as I know.

Mar, I hope your new medicine will help you to feel better soon.

To all I missed...



Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 04.02.2010 15:55

The thing I forgot to tell you all is the mini-cows were $1,500.00 each. Tht\'s pretty expensive sirloin. By the way I love that Jack In The Box commercial, \"herding cows the size of Schnauzers\".
Patricia





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posted: 04.02.2010 14:13

Enjoyed those last cleeks, Webbie. Thank you.

I\'m here, Liz. I\'m just a little busy lately, can\'t find time to chat.

Sign language, Phillis? How interesting.

Haven\'t seen miniature cows, Mr. Mies, but we have a miniature horse farm near here. They are incredibly cute.

Gotta go. Y\'all take Care.

Pat

Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 04.02.2010 12:00

Goodnight Elizabeth

Jack2
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 04.02.2010 11:47

Hello phillis and jeanie ..good to see you busy ..but wheres patrica and the mises gone ..hope all is well annette must be snowed in ..im off to bed now good night god bless all love lizxxx
Peter Darcy

Location:
Australia


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posted: 04.02.2010 11:42

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phillis





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posted: 04.02.2010 09:46

Mr. M, that makes sense...mini cows for mini burgers!LOL

Yes, Jeanie, sign language. It\'s a lot more complicated than it looks. It\'s a legitimate language study, with its own grammar and everything and some days it\'s as bad as p*nking sn*w.
jeanie





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posted: 04.02.2010 04:27

Hey Phillis, your sign class? As in sign language???? I am curious.
jeanie





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posted: 04.02.2010 04:25

Hello all, thanks Mick! I loved that poem and it is so true. I love my animals, and yes they are great creatures. Yes, Mar the animals do require A LOT of work and money. It is worth it all though, I do sometimes feel guilty for them and my family the time I am away for school, however, this too will pass and my family is so supportive which helps Tremendously! I couldn\'t have come this far without them. My kids appreciate life more (I hope) because they experience things in a real life perspective. They have even had the opportunity to hatch babay chicks out of an incubator. It hasn\'t always been easy, we have lost our share of animals over the years. But the good outways the bad 100% (in my eyes). Anyways, hope everyone has a great day/night. Talk to you all later, Jeanie
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 04.02.2010 03:09

G\'day all a bit late today a early start ..but im getting there slow but sure .i love cam 5 its lovely cats a chucks it great it show we can get on with each other no matter what we look like ..love lizxxxx
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 03.02.2010 23:52

Phillis-Haven\'t you seen the Jack In The Box commercial? \"Yippee Ay O, Mini Sirloin Burgers\"
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 03.02.2010 11:29

Hi phillis ..ah you know you will get what ever weather you get and dont belive phil ..like all phils haaa..oh im thinking about the male phils ..phillis im off to bed now got reghan tonight so early as she goes to school please god..good night god bless all love lizxxxx
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 03.02.2010 09:52

phillis





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posted: 03.02.2010 09:40

We had a cloudy day yesterday, so I\'m assuming the Texas groundhogs weren\'t frightened by their shadows. Who cares what PA Phil does?!

I\'m rather discouraged this morning. My sign class is kicking my tail.

Mr. M, what does one do with a mini cow? Sorry about your hurting feet. The hubby can relate to that.

It seems we\'re a bunch of animal lovers here. PETA should appreciate us...

I owe some emails. I\'ll try to get to them tonight. I\'m so happy you are all here.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 03.02.2010 01:57

Good morning all.well miclin i love your pomes they are so sweet..a bit like you haa.how is the doggies doing i hope well .my wee one had her bath and nails done this morning ..she acts like she hates it ..patrica get a rest befor morning to have your teeth checked out ..mr mies anymore of thoes lovely bbq pork soon i miss them MMMMMMMMMMM they are lovely when you talk about them i can teast them ....love lizxxxx
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 03.02.2010 01:47

Thanks for the picture on CAM5 Mike Lester. Reminds me of lunch today, sauteed steak, onion, & mushrooms on pita bread. We used to pick Morel mushrooms in the spring in the Blue Mountains. Then we would cook them several different ways. Caleb was the best at finding them, but he was little & closer to the ground.
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 03.02.2010 01:39

Home from the Ag Show, just standing around talking is hard work. Plus my feet hurt, but I need to get them in shape for the fishing shows next month. They had 2 dwarf cows at the show, not much bigger than a Labrador Retriever. They sure were cute, but I\'ll bet they can\'t be house broken.

Mick-I like that Walt Whitman piece, makes you think. I like that.
Patricia





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posted: 02.02.2010 21:33

Lots of wisdom in that Walt Whitman piece, Micilin. Thank you.

P
Patricia





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posted: 02.02.2010 21:28

Just home from errands and shopping and a visit to the dentist in Tallahassee. I didn\'t get all my errands finished, but as Scarlet O\'Hara says, \"Tomorrow is another day.\"

One of the Punxatpwney Phil newspaper articles today said that the Groundhog Day custom comes from an old German folk belief, that any hibernating animal that comes out on Feb. 2 and sees his shadow will go back into hibernation for another 6 weeks. I never heard that before, do you know of such a tradition, Annette?

I went to the plant nursery today, and bought 4 new KnockOut roses for my front yard rose garden, and a Japanese grass. Going to use some of that Japanese grass to teach the Grandgirls to make St. Bridgid crosses, this is St. Bridget\'s Day.

I\'m off to sneak a little nap before supper, shopping is hard work.

Take Care.

Pat

Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 02.02.2010 20:02

That\'s nice Mick. I hope Seamus and Holly are doing okay.

Mar, do what the Doc says, plenty of fluids and rest. You are probably tired of hearing that by now...But, get better soon, girl..

Decent day here again, considering it\'s only Feb. Annette, I feel for you and all that snow. Spring can\'t get here too soon. We\'ll just ignore old Phil. The Sparrows & the red red Robin bob bob bobbin\' along on my deck tells me Spring is coming sooner.

I hope he\'s right
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 02.02.2010 16:28

For Jeannie



Walt Whitman on Animals







I Think I Could Turn and LIve with the Animals



I think I could turn and live with animals, they are



so placid and self - contain\'d,



I stand and look at them long and long.







They do not sweat and whine about their condition,



They do not lie awake in the dark and weep for their



sins,



They do not make me sick discussing their duty to God,



Not one is dissatisfied, not one is demented with the



mania of owning things,



Not one kneels to another, nor to his kind that lived



thousands of years ago,



Not one is respectable or unhappy over the whole



earth.







So they show their relations to me and I accept them,



They bring me tokens of myself, they evince them



plainly in their possession.

Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 02.02.2010 15:26

Morning All-I\'ll have to google about Groundhogs Day, I don\'t know how it started. He saw his shadow, so sorry Annette, 6 more weeks of winter. We haven\'t had 6 days of winter yet. It\'s been like spring for the last 2 months.

I\'m off to work at the annual AG Show today. 8 hours of talking to farmers about tractor & stuff, it should be a good day.