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posted: 31.12.2009 14:08

Hello everyone, I keep being busy busy busy here, I can\'t stop, and I\'m sooo tired (but sooo happy!)... I couldn\'t spend one only minute reading and writing your last posts, so I know nothing about the latest news, if there\'s any, so I hope you all are ok and enjoying, and I wish you a funny New Year\'s Eve party tonight (Liz, how was yours?), and a PERFECT (specially for you, Webbie) PERFECT! New Year 2010, full of good moments, health and happiness! Loads of hugs and kisses for you all, my dear friends!!!
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 31.12.2009 14:07

HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE FROM DOWNUNDER GOD BLESS YOU ALL .HAAA WEBBIE THEN HE MUST HAVE DYED HIS HAIR..AND SLIMED DOWN ..YES TO WHAT ????????? HAVE A LOVELY DAY GOOD NIGHT GOD BLESS ALL LOVE LIZXXXXX:NI:NI:NI:NI
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 31.12.2009 13:38

Webbie there is a man on the footpath outside of O\'sheas waVING TO CAM 1 DO WE KNOW HIM ..HAA PEOPLE ARE WATCHING HIM WAVE .LOVE LIZXXX
  
Webmaster-Comment:
That's Jack 1. Says he will keep waving until ya say YES.....eheheheheheheh
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv
posted: 31.12.2009 13:15

Hello hello there no cat ready love lizxxx
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.12.2009 13:04

.......tap...tap......tap............waiting on te GB cat report from lloyd........tap...tap....tap.....
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 31.12.2009 10:27

Webbie i really hope treasa recovers well please god she has being through the mill a lot poor darling women ..haa webbie what give up who..im still a lonely old widow ..ahhhhhhhh ..but you can get a few pints from the money ..he left you..have a happy new year drink on me please ..im spending the night in its real good ..i had some drink with my friend they may come back over but its nice ..all has being busy working..and thank you so much for this site webbie its been the best for me i found friends here with you and patrica mies mr mies and phillis and annette ..stephine i hope she and bruce are well ..ah its been lovely here ..great mate i love you ..love lizxxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 31.12.2009 09:30

Hi webbie how are you any more news about treasa ..give her my love please and happy new year to her please god..have you seen jack again ..haa silly bugger in that cold..my friend gerry from england he is in south australia on a hoilday and its 41 over there he is baked but sad to say he cant get here not long anough hoildays..only 10days its not much time ..but he rang me today .its was lovely..love lizxxx
  
Webmaster-Comment: No further news Liz but I'm sure she is doing well. She just has to rest up a bit and take things a little easier.

Jack will probably get in early next week. He phoned and says he saw a beautiful ring for the engagement. He has pictures of it and wants to show you it before he buys. He's leaving the cash with me to purchase it if you like it. Your a lucky woman.

Once that ring goes on you'll have to give up all these other guys......lorl.

Jenny is gone back to South Africa.

Happy New Year to you and family.
phillis

Location:
USA - Texas


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posted: 31.12.2009 09:27

Well good morning to all the GB\'ers. Can\'t believe we are about to close out 2009. The hubby and I will be staying home for the New Year\'s celebrations. There will be fireworks in our little community, but on the highways, there be drunks! Many years ago, my brother was involved in an accident on New Year\'s Eve. Ever since, we have developed the tradition of staying home where it should be relatively safe, barring any bizarre events. It is said by the people in this area, that whatever you find yourself doing on New Year\'s Day is what you will be doing the rest of the year. I shall not be cleaning the barn, let me tell you! But I don\'t want to sit around either. So I\'m searching for something productive, yet pleasant, to do for tomorrow...aside from working.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 31.12.2009 07:16

  
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 31.12.2009 00:18

Oh patrica .im very happy about ms puss she is just feeling down a bit with a age like she is i cant blame her..would madam woo be the cause ..well just thinking..you know her..great news for ms puss..ah jack2 we got well needed rain not like the west who need it with the bush fires.with i would not like rain is best mate..phillis what a lovely evening you both had..its a lovely end to the old year too..ah you can put your boot in or on the jacks they would never know .2 dim wits they are .... love lizxxx
phillis





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posted: 31.12.2009 00:04

Webbie, I think you are incredibly clever to come up with that cleek. I lol and shared it with the hubby.

Thanks for the good wishes on our anniversary. We\'ve gone to the movies and to dinner and home in time for me to go to bed early. I work tomorrow and New Years Day at the hospital.

Good news abounds, with Treasa coming home and Ms. Cat with a proper diagnosis.

And I should have known not to put my foot down concerning the two jacks. It\'s more like putting my foot in it, instead of down. Does anyone else have that expression: to put one\'s foot in it?

Annette, thank you for the info on your traditions. I love learning things like that. In America, it is said that Germans have a tradition of hanging a pickle ornament on the tree and the child who finds the pickle gets an extra gift. There are lots of pickle ornaments sold in the US. Is that a true custom?
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US) Ap
posted: 30.12.2009 22:46

Lizzie,I am sure that Phillis is a lady and she would not treat the two Jack\'s the way that the Queensland people do,we are just a couple of easy going West Australians who live in the best place in the world where the weather is perfect,not like Queensland where it rains every other day,that is why Lizzie keeps coming here for a vacation. Jack2
Patricia





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posted: 30.12.2009 21:19

Hey, Guys...

I\'m back home with Ms Cat, and she may be OK, she has hyperthyroidism and is very anemic, and for right now I have some medication for her, and must decide among 3 possible different courses of treatment, which I need to discuss with Susie and her regular vet. She was at a different vet today, with more testing equipment at his office than my regular vet keeps, which is why he referred her there. Vet had to anesthetize her to do the tests.

He says she isn\'t in any pain, and has no kidney involvement, which is unusual, so I must just give her pills and get her to eating again, and then we will see.

Continued...

Patricia





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posted: 30.12.2009 21:17

Cont.

So that is what we will do, and hope she gets better. He told me she\'s 80 years old in cat years. She was on her best behavior all day, behaved like a perfect lady, didn\'t cause anybody to bleed profusely, or say any cat swear words, but that was only because she\'s sick.

So, things are looking a little better, and I\'ll talk to you all again later.

Y\'all Take Care.

Pat

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv
posted: 30.12.2009 19:53

Good morning all..its just after 5.30am ..well ms cat oh patrica yes poor darling ..16..well its a great age i must say but like annette said.she is part of the g/b..i wishe her well and we understand how your feeling patrica...mike ca well thats a lovely offer ill do the same i know its a long trip..but treasa is very welcome here too.a big king size bed to streach the whole body out ahhhhhhhh yes she will feel great ..ok treasa..ah phillis now your here you say what you want just put your foot down on the 2jacks..ok..haaa annette no your not.a truble make ..wink wink..webbie you know or not ..ah thats beauifull at christmas..the 24th for gifts...best wishes treasa please god you will be back with us god bless you ..love lizxxxx
Annette





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posted: 30.12.2009 18:49

...and Phillis, here is the right smilie for you...





Annette





IP logged Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 6.0; de; rv:1.
posted: 30.12.2009 18:49

While we are at traditions... here is another one that is different in Germany from other countries. The days before New Year\'s Eve when you see persons for the last time of the old year (family members, friends, colleagues, neighbours, even shop assistants) you wish them \'Guten Rutsch\'. That means literally translated \'good slide\' but comes from an older German saying when they wished \'good travelling\' (into the new year). And only when the new year starts we wish each other \'Happy New Year\'.

So, Guten Rutsch to you all.





Annette





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posted: 30.12.2009 18:48

Phillis, congratulations to your anniversary. .ch You are right. We usually have snow and ice and cold temperatures in winter. Though, when I was a child the piles of snow were bigger and we could ski much more than today. Often, until end of March. Nowedays we get the snow but it thaws fast and we seldom have a longer period of much snow. All the shops are closed on Stephen\'s Day here as it is a national holiday. We usually visit friends or friends come over to us. And there are often enough rests to eat from the day before. So, I don\'t cook that day. The traditional meal on Christmas Day is roasted duck with dumplings and red cabbage. And we have an other tradition for the gifts. They are already presented on 24th in the evening. In families with small children the Santa comes to the house (i.e. the dressed up father or uncle or neighbour) with his sack, out of which he takes the presents. In other families the presents are laid out under the Christmas tree.

Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 30.12.2009 18:46

Ms Cat is part of this GB and I would miss her. But I hope she has a strong cat heart and will come through.

Treasa, welcome home. Don\'t overdo now and rest enough to come up your feet again.

Pat, thanks for your nice speech. I feel honored and I like to be part of this GB. And a special \'thank you\' to Webbie. What would we do without him. ♥

LIIIIIIIIIZZZ, I NEVER caused trouble here at all. I\'m a sweet and innocent and managable person. Webbie can affirm it. Right, Webbie? hehehehe

Maria, how nice to see you here. I hope all is well there with you. I saw on TV that Madrid had a lot of snow recently. Greetings to all of your family.

Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 30.12.2009 16:48

Welcome home Treasa, you take it easy. Let The Boss take care of you for a change.

Pat-sorry to hear about Ms Cat, but 16 in cat years would make her about as old as I feel today.
Mike

Location:
USA - California


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posted: 30.12.2009 16:09

Hi Phillis I am just up the road from San Diego in ( SAN CLEMENTE) come on by. I will peel the potatoes if you will do the cooking..do it in March and we can go moon the train after breakfast LOL. OK Treasa heres the deal...free room and board for tried Irish ladies will meet you at the AER LINGUS counter



Mike N California
Mike

Location:
USA - California


IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 30.12.2009 15:59

Thank You Webbie ! best news I have seen in awhile.

Tressa WELCOME HOME



Hello to the rest of the friends on the GB



Mike N California
phillis

Location:
USA - Texas


IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 7.0; AOL 9.5; AOLBui
posted: 30.12.2009 15:56

Pat, so sorry about Ms. Cat. It\'s so difficult when our pets are ill.



Mike, I\'d be happy to cook for you, especially now as I doubt you are getting snow in CA, unless you\'re northern CA.



I\'ve been so frustrated. There is something wrong with my laptop and I haven\'t been able to \'add entry\' from it, but the big computer seems okay. I\'m so frustrated--wait, i said that already.

Today is our wedding anniversary. We met in 1977, so what\'s another year, right?

Jack1 better make up his mind soon--Jenny or Lizzie, that is the question. Guess I better mind my own business.

Is that paella recipe still available? If so, I\'d love to have it!
  
Webmaster-Comment:
Cleek
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 8.0; Windows NT 5.1;
posted: 30.12.2009 14:50

Mornin\'...

Thank you Webbie, for the good news about Treasa. I hope she\'s resting a little bit more, now. I miss her.

There is bad news here about Ms Cat, I am taking her to the vet today, she hasn\'t been well for some days, has stopped eating and drinking unless I hold a little dry food in my hand, then she will nibble at it, or bring the water bowl to her and hold it for her, then she will drink a little. She\'s getting thinner by the minute. She is 16 now, and I suspect that there is kidney failure, I\'ve seen that before, and she is very subdued. She has always been such a holy terror, I know she is a very sick cat to be behaving this way. So she may be coming to the end, as kidney things usually can\'t be reversed and just get worse. We\'ll see what the vet\'s tests say, but I won\'t let her suffer needlessly. She goes in at 1:00. It\'s OK to say a little prayer for a kitty, if you will.

I\'ll talk to you later in the day.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: Poor Ms Cat
We hope she pulls through but we know you will do whatever is best for her.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 30.12.2009 12:10

Webbie thats great news about treasa i hope she can come back soon please god..tell her we miss her heaps..hey jack 2 so your a scot haa well wth your bad knee you can throw the kaber and wear your kilt hey ..jack1 ah dont tell lies i know you wrote a lot of love in that card so if jenny does not like it too bad ..but im off to bed so good night god bless all love lizxxx