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IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 26.01.2010 21:43

Phillis, YOU’RE OFF TO WHAT???? Didn’t I teach you anything? Didn’t I teach you to refuse any contact with any pi*k whatever??? Oooh, I had faith in you, but I see you’re just another current woman loving that awful colour, I feel sooooo deceived… Apart of the rattlesnakes and the tornadoes, I’d love to visit Texas some day, specially those rolling hills and rivers In this page, NOTHING is TMI (too much information), I think Thank you for your concern about my health, I’ll be feeling much better quite soon, I’m sure Maybe some day we’ll meet in Dublin, and Liz and all the others will join us, who knows…
Mar





IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 26.01.2010 21:41

Steph, I’m glad to know your nose is not like mine these days, that’s the last thing you need to have, I tell you! Did you get that sn*w today? I hope not How\'s Bruce, by the way?

Annette, -20º? Oooh, my god, only thinking of it makes me feel cold! Use all your sweaters (all at one time, I mean) and try to stay indoors, please! And please, make sure that when you send the pi*king sn*w to the Mieses, it doesn’t go through or near Barcelona, ok? Try to make it go through the north of France, for example

Mike N, lucky you, travelling in these old trains, it must have been nice How nice, sending storms to Phillis, bad boy!
Mar





IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 26.01.2010 21:40

Webbie, thanks for the last cleeks, all these old trains are so beautiful, and some photos of the wrecked old trains are impressive

Liz, Happy Australia Day (it’s still Tuesday 26th here…), I hope you had a great party day full of BBQ’s and fun! It’s DARK REEEEEEDDDD!!!!!!

Mick,go back to the sawbones if needed, don’t let that toe go worse, OK??? Thanks so much for your nice words to me, friend, it’s so easy to be lovely with people like you and all the others here

Jeanie, you ARE a busy girl, that’s why days go so fast for you, I guess…
Mar





IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 26.01.2010 21:38

Hello everyone, I won\'t say I\'m feeling better because I don\'t like to lie to you (I never do it), this morning I went to the office and I could only resist one hour there, I had to go back home and I went straight to bed, and I was sleeping until 3pm! It made me good to sleep so much, I had slept just a little bit last night (because I couldn\'t breathe properly) and my head was aching terribly this morning, but I feel better now, absolutely exahusted, but at least I\'m starting to breathe again, I hope I\'ll tell you that I\'m feeling great quite soon, ok?

By the way, I hope you\'re all ok
Annette

Location:
Germany


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; de; rv:1.
posted: 26.01.2010 20:58

Phillis, that was a wonderful post about your part of the country and your life. A neat little story and absolutely not TMI. I liked it. Perfect for me to learn Englisch as there are always a few English words that I don\'t know.

Steph, it\'s so good that you count the days until spring. It\'s sooooooo cold here (-20°C/-4F) and I can\'t wait for spring to come.

...hmmmmm... there is no other possibility... I\'m going to lead the snow and the cold to the Mieses. They didn\'t get much this winter.

I liked the old steam engines in Webbie\'s cleeks. What a great way to travel.





phillis





IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.5; AOLBui
posted: 26.01.2010 18:50

I\'m off to the Pink Ladies Meeting, then on to class tonight. You won\'t be hearing much from me later, I promise!
phillis





IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.5; AOLBui
posted: 26.01.2010 18:48

Mike, you\'ve sent the sn*w, too! More to arrive on Thursday! Thanks, old buddy.



Mick, Texican is a term rarely used any more. One is either Texan or Mexican nowadays. Or there is Tex-Mex as in a specialized mix of food or music which combines bits of both cultures.



What\'s a \'tinnie\'...and Happy Australia Day to the Land Down Under.

Mr. Mies, is that story about Teddy Roosevelt and the snake true? I imagine it could be if he were in the Amazon...such horror.

Mike

Location:
USA - California


IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 26.01.2010 17:00



Thank you Webbie for the cleeks,,,good way to start a day.As young boy I used to go down to the train yard and \" bum\" rides on those old steam engins. Hello Phillis,look out we are sending anouther storm on to Texas from California..more rain.



Mick Have you started writing your book or are you waiting till you retire? Be good everbody see you later



Mike N California
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows NT 5.0)
posted: 26.01.2010 15:41

Hello chaps

Mar - What a lovely person you are. Thought the toe might be getting better by now, but it still hurts like blazes and reckon I might have to go back to the sawbones.

Yo Phillis- Sounds lovely - Red River - Wichita Falls - names to conjure with while sitting at a desk in the Bedfordshire badlands. What\'s a Texican by the way or is that a name John Wayne made up?

Liz me ol\' wombat - Hope you had a great Australia day with lots of tinnies and barby, LUV U.

S.O. Muiri- You\'re not that far away as the crow flies.
phillis





IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.5; AOLBui
posted: 26.01.2010 15:12

Jack 2, you\'ve mentioned Gosnells before and I had looked it up. Until then, I had not been familiar with Gosnells. This just further proves American ignorance in geography. Yes, it is a small town. Population less than 400 people. If one were to add the horses and cows, it would be an entirely different story! lol
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US) Ap
posted: 26.01.2010 12:40

Sorry Phillis we have a population of 91.000 it was only very small when we first moved here in 1972 but it has grown and grown......Jack2
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US) Ap
posted: 26.01.2010 12:31

Phillis,

I had a look at your town on Google Earth it looks like a very small town where you live,there are plenty of towns like yours in Western Australia it must be good to live somewhere like that,I live in Gosnells which is a city of about 35,ooo people.

Jack2
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US) Ap
posted: 26.01.2010 11:29

Lizzie I am not trying to Impress anybody I am just saying it as it is I think it is you who is trying to Impress.HAPPY AUSTRALIA DAY.



GOODNIGHT..............JACK2
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv
posted: 26.01.2010 11:14

Well jack 2 i think maybe jack 1went back on his lies as he said to me many time what he has now he is happy with ..so i dont know what your trying to prove .it does not in press me one bit..im off to bed now good night god bless all love lizxxx
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US) Ap
posted: 26.01.2010 10:54

Lizzie you have not seen Jack1s new big place it would fit a lot more than 4 people.....Jack2
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv
posted: 26.01.2010 10:31

Jack 2 god man you think im silly ..ive seen jack1 place and there is only anough room for him onless them 2women are the queer type....phillis dont belive a word of what jack 1says here its all ..P...k..ok ..jack 2 i got a home so big that it would 3 of jacks place and he knows that....phillis ah thats a long way to go to shop ..haa i guess you get use to it .im from dublin city it was good but so i found in oz as near to a city i can get..but hang onto your dream about going to ireland..love lizxxxx
phillis





IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.5; AOLBui
posted: 26.01.2010 09:53

The nearest town for groceries is 12 miles away. The largest town is Wichita Falls, which is 45 miles away. So you can see we are very rural people. The hubby works in Wichita Falls as a machinist. I work at the county hospital and the local cafe, both part time jobs. We are fortunate to both be employed in this economy.

In my spare time, I dream of Ireland...

Wow, that\'s probably, as we say here, TMI (too much information)!

Mar, feel better soon dear friend.

Happy Tuesday to everyone.
phillis





IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.5; AOLBui
posted: 26.01.2010 09:46

We live in the corridor of the states known as \"tornado alley\". About a 100 years ago our town was ripped apart by a tornado. So, being the industrious people they were, they simply rebuilt on the other side of the railroad tracks since they did not have the means to remove all the debris. This is not my favorite part of Texas. I come from Central Texas where there are no flat lands. We were literally peanut farmers, with red sandy soil. East Texas is famous for the piney woods and antiques, and more red soil. Here, there are many rocks and black soil. Some rattlesnakes. I lived in West Texas for a while where the oil boom was great in the 50\'s. There, you actually had rattlesnakes in your front yard. I stepped over one while getting out of my car. I hated West Texas. The wind blows constantly and I\'m terrified of snakes.
phillis





IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.5; AOLBui
posted: 26.01.2010 09:39

I am so confused over this Jenny and Margaret thing. I thought they were both your lady loves...and now they are in the same house at the same time? What a rounder you are Jack1.

Mick, I don\'t live on a ranch. I live in a small frame house \"in town\" which is a very small community. We have some acreage outside of town which the hubby inherited. To actually ranch or farm in Texas these days would require massive amounts of land, which is cost prohibitive on our budget. We are located in north central Texas in an area referred to as Texoma since we are so close to the Red River which is the boundary between the state of Texas and Oklahoma. The land here is flat along the highways, but the back roads have beautiful views of rolling hills, which is why they named our town Bellevue. We jokingly refer to the flat land as being the land of least resistance for the tornadoes.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 26.01.2010 09:03

Jack 2

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US) Ap
posted: 26.01.2010 07:49

Well Jack1 now that Jenny and Margaret have move in and are getting on well it looks like there is no room for Lizzie, unless in the put you up on the other side,He He He

Jack2

s.o.muiri





IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 26.01.2010 07:37

micilin,Hillview is the name of the property.near Aston Clinton Buckinghampshire.
jack1

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 26.01.2010 06:22

ah now pat 35 days would be too long for you ///// AH lizzie one mopping the floors again are you last time i asked you to go for a bbq you had to mop the floors that was 25 th april 2007 remember that i do //// jenny is back in aust now and she and margaret are getting on very well ?? i wonder for how long //// here am i sleeping on the put u up//// it is awful when a man is thrown out of his own bed WOMEN the curse of man never donate any part of your body looks what happens garden of eden no way garden of hell
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US; rv
posted: 26.01.2010 04:21

Mar-Only a little sn*w here this morning. The driveway was clear at 7:15, when I left for work at 8:00 it was 3/4\' deep & flakes as big as silver dollars that you could almost hear hit the ground. By 9:00 it was raining & the sn*w was gone.

We went duck hunting yesterday & it was shirtsleeve weather after 11:00. The river as calm, the skys were clear, & the ducks were flying so high they needed oxygen. The only excitement was when a very large cow moose crossed the road right in front of us, which is why Chuck & I always travel that stretch of highway in N. Idaho about 10 MPH below the posted 65 MPH after dark.
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; en-US; rv
posted: 26.01.2010 04:06

I still remember the big Yellowstone earthquake in 1959. I woke up & the whole house was shaking, I asked my Mom what it was & she told me it was just my little brother shaking his crib. We lived in Genesee, ID. at the time about 350 miles away as the crow flys. It scared me because I was reading a book at the time about a trip Teddy Roosevelt took on the Amazon River. He woke up in the night & tried to strike a match on the bed post, it didn\'t work. When he got the lamp lite there was a large snake coiled around the bed post. Enough to give a 13 year old nightmares without the house shaking.