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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 16.12.2009 09:04

Hello phillis ah thats good you had a great night out..i feel the same with my red hat ladies day out ..its someone you can chat and laugh with ..our own age ..ill pop into you some time haa just a walk away ..oh if only ..love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 16.12.2009 09:00

hi treasa ah god you got ice ..my ..well bring out the hot water ..where was webbie with a horse and cart..i remember the days when in summerhill the horse and carts the man use to hold the rains and walk with the cart ..it was so relaxing ..no fast horse ..only the mail horses go they would come down like they had rockets in their heels..even on a ice road..it was aufull seening the slip ....but the old guys where ok and gentle like webbie ahhhhhhhhhhh ..oh gifts yes what do you get older people ..keep ypour money treasa love lizxxx
phillis





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posted: 16.12.2009 09:00

Pat, Tiger Who?? Yes, I\'m tired of it. Big deal. He\'s not the first nor the last to be famous and caught cheating. What\'s it got to do with his golf score?

One word for my night out: elegant. Pasqual\'s is a lovely little restaurant. We sat in front of the fireplace and admired all the live flower arrangements. Very romantic atmosphere. We all ate something different and tasted from each other\'s plates. I had salmon and rice. Wonderful. It\'s a new restaurant and should do well. So if you\'re ever in Wichita Falls, TX, go to Pasqual\'s! LOL

Funny how our girls night out changes thru the years. I never did the bar scene, but I did imbibe. Now I drink decaf and order fish, skipping dessert. How sad for my youth, but good for my health!
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 16.12.2009 08:34

Boy, that Webbie sure is strong. Fair play to you Webbie, looking good for a man of 90 odd years. But I always thought you PUSHED the cart, and never heard mention of you having a horse before.

I\'m out of here......
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 16.12.2009 08:26

Morning everyone,

White, white, white everywhere. It is pretty when Jack Frost pays a visit.

The bare trees and tired fileds and hedges take on a whole new look, and glisten with their coat of ice.

Hope my car starts!!!!

Patricia I envy you having to turn on the AC in your truckie. It will take 10 minutes of my engine running before my car heats up and the ice melts enough for me to see where I\'m going.

Phillis, hope you had a great night out. Do as Patricia does, just don\'t think about what is in the food. If we knew just the half of what is in food, I don\'t think we would eat anything.

Back to the grind today Micilin..... At least you will have another break for Christmas....

Must start some shopping today...

Don\'t know what I\'m going to get for anyone though.

Any ideas for presents here would be greatly appreciated.

Sister in law still waiting for op... today hopefully.

Take care everyone,

Catch you all later.

Treasa.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 16.12.2009 01:37

Hi patrica and the irish embassy too for not trying our black and white puddings ..ok ..ah yes your like me im not into eating strangs foods ..im fussy ..lol yes god only knows what in them ..i do love dogs but not to eat ....but i love all the foods miclin talks about its something like im use too..fresh veggies ...eat a lot of rice patrica thats where the little man got his pencil shape..love lizxxxx
Patricia





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posted: 16.12.2009 01:06

It\'s better not to enquire too closely about what\'s in those black and white puddings, Phillis. Or haggis or chitlins, either. I wouldn\'t eat any of them, and I don\'t even want to think about them.

However, I did have Chinese today, and I\'ve heard that it\'s better not to enquire too much about that, either. I just try to avoid anything that I don\'t recognize, solves the problem, and everything\'s fine. Now, having said that, I will probably be summoned to the Chinese Embassy for an interrogation, and never be heard from again.

See Ya. Maybe.

P
Patricia





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posted: 16.12.2009 00:54

Are y\'all tired of hearing about Tiger Woods? I\'ve had enough of it, but I got to thinking today that, as much as I disapprove of his behavior, I have to say that if he had 10 girl friends in about a 2 year period, the majority overlapping and not sequential, the man must not do anything in the world except play golf, practice golf, and the other thing. There\'s not enough time for any other activity, but you have to give the man high marks for strength and fortitude. So many girls, so little time.

That\'s all I have to say this evening. Y\'all be good and Take Care.

Pat

Patricia





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posted: 16.12.2009 00:39

I had lunch at a new Chinese buffet restaurant today, and I thought of your expanding waistline, Micilin, and all the food we\'ve been discussing on here lately as there was a little Chinese man about 5 feet tall and about as big around as a pencil, and in the time it took me to finish a single moderately full plate, he managed to put down 2 1/2 plates piled high with stuff...I never saw anything like it, most impressive, I was amazed. Seems he didn\'t have any worries about his waistline expanding.

Patricia





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posted: 16.12.2009 00:31

I was at my dentist\'s early this morning, and he ground down and smoothed that place where I chipped my molar, and says it will be alright. I\'ve got my doubts about that, but we\'ll see.

Got some shopping done, and by the time I came home in mid-afternoon, I had to turn on the AC in the truckie, it was so hot. We have very mild winters here, but not usually that warm.

Patricia





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posted: 16.12.2009 00:26

Ha, there\'s Webbie and his auld cart on CAM 5 today. So cute, but I didn\'t know you were hauling your Clydesdale around, Webbie. Didn\'t they tell you that the horse is supposed to pull you??!!!

There\'s another place where I could have used an interroblast thing, Phillis, or whatever it is called. It is a punctuation mark developed in the 1950s, I think, that expresses a question asked with \"shocked surprise\", a combination of a question mark and an exclamation point, and it was actually put on some typewriter keyboards. But it never really caught on, and I never saw one, though Annette has it on her keyboard.

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 15.12.2009 22:42

Hi phillis haa no i dont like red meat like stake..i really loved my puddings ..its was a great sorce of iron .i just wish i could get it as good..here....i may get it in sydney there is a place there that sell irish goods but i would cook it there as its too hot to bring it back home here..love lizxxxx
phillis





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posted: 15.12.2009 21:38

Okay, so I looked up white pudding, black pudding and haggis. Black pudding is same as blood pudding here, which is like white pudding w/o blood! And haggis is our chitt\'lin\'s. Sorry, but I pass on that. Lost my appetite altogether, which is sad as I am going on girls night out at a fancy steak restaurant tonight. Wish i ate more meat...ttfn
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 15.12.2009 20:11

Good morning all ah black and white pudding i use to eat it raw .i like it both ways..i use to spread it on a slice of thick bread that was before sliced bread ..MMMMMMMMMMMM lots of butter...i guess thats why my blood is good haaa ..yes i love it ..phillis ah you need to try it a good bit of tucker in the blood it is ..miclin poor semaus he is such a young dog ..he needs to live in oz ..its warmm for him..the damp weather got into his bones..i know the feeling ..poor fella ..haa the waste line miclin well you injoy what you eat and drink ..i really cant see you looking like twiggy now can we girls . ..love lizxxx
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 15.12.2009 18:17

Me again.

Treasa - Black pudding, yummee, not keen on white pudding though.

Luckily the local supermarket sells a range of genuine Irish products - plus a selection of haggis - little wonder then I am constantly battling with my expanding waistline - could also have something to do with their real ale and scrumpy cider offers I suppose.

Back to the cutting edge of local journalism tomorrow, not looking forward to it, but console myself with the thought that only 66 papers, or 14 Golden Eagle days, to go and they can shove it where the sun never rises.

mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 15.12.2009 18:03

Hello chaps.

Loks like I misled everybody a tad.

Turns out Seamus didn\'t need surgery after all.

The good news is that investigation and manipulation under anaesthetic showed that his cruciate ligament is normal.

The bad news is that he has early onset arthritis and is on medicine and light duties. Which equates to a series of five injections at £22 a pop and restricted exercise - no fighting, no cat wrangling and worst of all no ball games.

Mike - Yer right vet bills are extortionate - at least Dick Turpin wore a mask - and I guess we\'re lucky we can afford to pay for the treatment.
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 15.12.2009 16:56

Hey Phillis,

You are more than welcome.

And we can have black pudding every morning for breakfast. I love traditional breakfasts!

First we will have Christmas dinner though. I need a lot of people to cook for. Can\'t get my head around small portions....

Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 15.12.2009 16:53





When \'The Boss\' was very ill some years ago, and after months in hospital his haemoglobin levels were only at 8, and he could not tolerate the iron supplements, his GP suggested that he eat plenty of black pudding... Well, he got black pudding every morning for months, and gradually the levels came back up again.

Anyway, got to run, and get supper ready.

Take care everyone.

Catch you all later.

phillis





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posted: 15.12.2009 16:52

Treasa, you\'ve really opened a can of worms. Cheap airflight and you can cook? We\'ll ALL be there for Christmas!
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 15.12.2009 16:52

Drisheen (dree sheen) is also a form of black pudding found in certain parts particularly Munster, but the result is mostly the same. Delicious pudding fried in the pan, and eaten with rasher (bacon), sausages, egg, mushroom, tomatoe and big slices of brown bread smothered in thick creamy churned butter.

Now, where is the bathroom scales????

Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 15.12.2009 16:51

Phillis, glad the mouse is gone. I\'m not afraid of them, but I don\'t invite them in either. Black pudding is way nicer than white. White gives me heartburn. Traditionally the black pudding is made from the blood of the pig after it is slaughtered. The blood is cooked along with onions, herbs, seasoning and bread crumbs (each pudding maker has their own \'secret\' recepie), until it is thick. It can then be moulded like a sausage.
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 15.12.2009 16:50

Hi everyone,

4.30pm here and it\'s already dark. Only 1 week left until the shortest day YIPPEE.... Then the days start to get longer again.

Sister in law is 16th in queue for orth. surgery - it may be 2 days before she can have it done.... This country is gone to pot.

Mike.. are you really coming to Ireland on the Aer Lingus promotion??? You can spend Christmas here... I can cook..
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 15.12.2009 11:09

Well phillis ill let webbie tell you about black ab=nd white pudding..he will explain it best right webbie all about grambys ..i loved it..im off to bed now good night god bless have a good day/night love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 15.12.2009 10:54

Hi phillis well you see the webcams are in the wrong streets.to see the christmas decrotions you need to be in oçonnell street and henry st and all around the main streets it does be lovely ..this time of the year..a irish brakfast haa you will love it really but the black and whit pudding is to die for ..ahhhhh god i grew up on it .MMMMMMMM i tryed it in oz but just not the same here..and the soda bread ahhhhhhhhhhh god its good with a nice mug of tea..warm milk on your cornflakes..lovely ..its lovely and warm here but god we could do with a good storm of rain now..we need it .love lizxxx
phillis





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posted: 15.12.2009 09:43

I was suprised to see the lack of Christmas Decorations throughout the streets of Dublin. Here in the states, cities go all out. The stores are decked, even lamp posts are decorated and banners hung for the holidays. But I haven\'t detected anything like that on the cameras. Is it because we are so commercial with Christmas? I hope not. I like to think we are invoking images of Currier & Ives. But, most likely it has to do with the dollar, not the spirit. So much for my opinions this morning. Have a happy Tuesday.