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phillis





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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


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posted: 26.01.2010 09:03

Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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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





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posted: 26.01.2010 07:37

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

Location:
Australia


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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


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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


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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.
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 26.01.2010 03:15

Hello all! Still cold here, but not like Mar\'s nose. Phillis, I haven\'t heard about the 6.1 yet, but there sure has been some close to 4.0. Never know. All I can say is that the wind is calm, and the birds are silent. Even the dogs are quiet, so you can tell that there is activity close by. More snow tomorrow they say, but I can say almost 54 more days until Spring.

Better do some work. Almost time for bed, so Europe should be arising.



Love and Hugs,

Steph
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 26.01.2010 01:18

No trip to Hawaii, I\'ve been there 3 1/2 times when I was in the Navy. There are lots of other places I\'d like to see first. Monument Valley, Mesa Verde, The Grand Canyon, the inside passage to Alaska, & the Everglades just to name a few.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 26.01.2010 00:20

Thank you annette ..im in the middle of moping my floors haa as its early still .but later on bbqs ..it will be nice indeed..hi jeanie .ah busy again ..oh you made me tired reading your post here love lizxxxx
jeanie





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posted: 25.01.2010 21:41

Hello Everyone!!!! Oh my, it has been Crazy busy, lets just say...school and kids and work is kicking my behind! Anyways, I have read twice but was unable to catch up and post. On my way out the door again, class in an hour..So it is Mies\' anniversary. Happy Anniversary! That is great, it is amazing how time flies by to me, it is so fast. Staying busy attributes to that concept, it does make me sad! It seems most days begin and before I know it it is time for bed! Anyways, hope all is well with everyone. Will post again real soon! Jeanie
Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 25.01.2010 21:30

Liz, have a nice Australia day. Enjoy the BBQ and the nice weather.



elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 25.01.2010 21:21

Good morning on this australia day ..bbqs and beach wow..yes the weather is great as always i must say ..so to all the aussies have a lovely day ..mies ah sure you must have been a slip of a girl when you and mr mies married..he got himself a young one hey (wink Wink)..yes your over dure for that trip he has been talking about it now a very long time..hi patrica your so right give mr mies a push..miclin do you have the gouth in the big toe..poor devil..mar its p.i.n.k..haaa love lizxxxx
Mar





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posted: 25.01.2010 20:38

Mick, an inflamed big toe??? Oooh, too bad, I hope you can walk properly behind Seamus, and that you’ll get completely well soon, friend I need some sunshine tooooooo, and sooooooonnnnn!!!!

Jeanie, I feel envious after the description of your homeland made by Pat, wow!!!

Off to have dinner now, I hope you\'ll have a great week, take care and have fun!!!
Mar





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posted: 25.01.2010 20:36

Liz, don’t provoke me, it was NOT a pi*k shop, it was dark red, dark red, DARK REEEEDDD!!!!!!! BBQs with friends, mmmm….

Steph, earthquakes in Yellowstone? Wow, I hope they won’t affect you, you have more than enough with the cold and the snow, right? Enjoy your sun while it lasts, friend!

Annette, I’m sure you had a great weekend with Franka there, send her my kisses I owe you a mail, but my head is too dizzy today, I’ll write to you soon, I promise My mom also stuffs my fridge with her wonderful meals when she comes here, sooo greatttt!!! More snow???!!!!
Mar





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posted: 25.01.2010 20:33

Pat, if you find new smilies, please, share them with us, ok? My head is a bit dizzy because of my awful nose, I can’t breathe properly, but I’m improving, thank you! You actually ARE a beautiful woman, so you can keep complaining, haaaa, haaaaaa…

Phillis, I’m also looking forward for spring, it’s always cloudy and rainy here, and cold too, way too bad! This live concert for your neighbour sounds great, I’m sure he had a perfect birthday celebration, right? I agree with Annette, photos of the horses, please!!! By the way, you’d better do your exercises at home or we’ll send Madame Woo to your home to punish you, ok???
Mar





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posted: 25.01.2010 20:32

Mr.Mies, did you get snow there? My cold is better, only that my nose is terrible right now, like a fountain, but apart of this I’m improving, thank you! Those rattlesnake (and the mean brothers) hadn’t learned at what time the BBQ restaurant was opened, quite understandable, did they have time to ate some meat?

Mies, mmm, so this is what you first liked of Mr.Mies, the way he could (or couldn’t) dance, quite romantic, he, heee… Haaa, haaaa, did you see Pat trying to get you the trip to Hawaii that you miss so much? It was close, it was close, I think Mr.Mies calculated the exact date difference because at first he thought that Pat was right!!!
Mar





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posted: 25.01.2010 20:31

Hello everyone, I\'m getting a bit better day by day (I already went to work today), but my head is still a bit dizzy because of my bad nose, which is almost totally closed, but I\'ll feel much better soon, I\'m sure, I\'ll let you know, thanks to those who asked about it and expressed their good wishes

So, I\'ll be brief today(or I\'ll try)...

Webbie, great Saturday cleeks, good rock, thank you, only that I don’t know what Madame Woo will think of the title of the last cleek, though… The Irish harmonica sounds great too And this kid playing the saxophone so sweet, wow! The last ones were… well... Engelbert Humperdinck???????? ( )
Patricia





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posted: 25.01.2010 20:28

Hmmmmm. Well, Mr. Mies, I was in the same century, at least. Give me SOME credit.

I must have misread something Mies wrote. I was reading back, looking for something else, and came across Mies talking about a 35 year anniversary. Come to think about it, Caleb\'s age would make that unlikely. It must have been somebody elses\' anniversary. I was going by pretty fast, but it doesn\'t matter, I still think you should take her to Hawaii. Call for reservations and get packed. You\'re welcome.

P
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 25.01.2010 19:16

Pat-Not bad you only missed it by about 4 months & 10 years or so. We are going the same place we always go for it. The walleye tournament in Moses Lake.
Patricia





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posted: 25.01.2010 18:35

BULLETIN, BULLETIN!

I think today is the Meises 35th anniversary.

Imagine, 35 years is a very long time to be married, especially to the same person, congratulations are certainly in order, and I think it is wonderful that Mr. Mies is taking Mies to Hawaii next week to celebrate. It will be nice to get out of cold WA for 2 weeks.

Hehehehehe.

P

Patricia





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posted: 25.01.2010 16:21

Hey, Steph. You are right, Spring is not too far away. I\'ve got bougainvilla leafing out again. after all the leaves died and fell off during the cold spell, and I\'m watching for the flocks of robins that land in my yard on their way North. That usually happens in mid-February. I\'m always happy to see them because it means Spring is only a couple of weeks away, at least on the East Coast.

And all the rest of you, have a good day, too.

Bye!

Pat
Patricia





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posted: 25.01.2010 16:11

Hey, Micilin, you sneaked in while I was out posting. If I am not mistaken, Phillis lives in West Texas, which is much more hilly and prettier than East Texas which is a flatter land. Personally, I haven\'t been any further west in Texas than San Antonio, so I\'d better let Phillis tell about that. Maybe she\'ll send some pics around.

But then, it\'s the people who bring the real interest and flavor to a place, and it sounds like you are enjoying your book.

I\'ll have to read back and get the title, I\'m due for a trip to the library soon.

Have a good day.

P
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 25.01.2010 15:57

Mornin\'...

\'Night, Liz.

Good cleeks, Webbie. You must be feeling like romantic music on this Monday morning...no Rock to be heard. But that\'s OK, EH is fine anytime, that\'s still a lot of man and a lot of voice. Mies, don\'t listen to the last cleek. I don\'t know what \"tecleo\" means, maybe it\'s underground Engelbert Humperdinck.

Nice day here, sun has come out and about 65F high this afternoon. The best time of the year in Florida. Where is Jeanie, she\'ll know about that. Phillis and Annette, Jeanie lives in the very fine horse country in Florida, the Ocala stud farms are famous. And it also is the most beautiful, rolling hills country in Florida. It\'s a fairyland in Spring, when the redbud and dogwood are in bloom. Truly magic.

mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 25.01.2010 15:51

Hello S O\'Muiri.

Hillview, Bucks, England - I\'m curious.

Another manky gray day here.

Really need some sunshine, although I did notice the crocuses poking their little heads up yesterday so that cheered me up a little bit.