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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.12.2009 11:01

Phillis the reason for the 2 chimmies was there where 2 fireplaces in the house one in the kitchen and 1 in a bed room ..love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.12.2009 10:25

see the heat has me brain melted i called you jack1 ..jack 2..your better i think love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.12.2009 10:22

Sorry mr mies i tought it was mies ..yes jack 1 i sorted mr mies knees out ..he bums about now..now my good man i dont like anyone in pain and so i dont want to know you suffer..ok ill take you too a vet really i like you love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.12.2009 10:18

Ah mies no i mean the 3 rooms for me you can sleep in the barn is that ok ..haa no really we could have bunk beds ..fight about who sleeps on top like kids..yes treasa it would be great to live there at a slow pace again..everything is too fast just think a week after christmas please god hot cross buns will be in the shops ..we should put our foot down..rushing too much now..phillis ah the mash ..i cook my pumkin and mash it and put it on toast just for a nice meal..good tucker ..love lizxxxx..
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 10.12.2009 09:26

....now Ms. Tallahassee will kill me for this......Phillis, the \"half-door\" is a big feature. Ya keep out the hens that way but mostly they just await their opportunity fly/jump to the ledge of the bottom half.
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....anyway Treasa spilled the beans first.........
phillis





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posted: 10.12.2009 08:44

Webbie, it\'s driving me crazy...what\'s odd about the cottage pic on CAM5? Other than it appears to have two chimneys, or perhaps that\'s some other type of pipe/ventilation? Give up the answer, please, sir...

Mick, add mashed cauliflower with a bit of bacon to your list and I think we\'ll agree heartily that mash is indeed a great dish.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 10.12.2009 08:33

Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 10.12.2009 08:26

Morning everyone,

Thank you all for your kind words. Brother is improving but still very ill. He is strong and has great will power.

Would be nice to go back to the days of the old stone cottage wouldn\'t it. Slow pace of life, just enough posessions to get through each day - leaning over the half door chatting to the neighbours - and tired enough from working hard all day to sleep soundly each night.

I see Webbie is still hankering after Erica......

Tog go bog e Webbie.

Everyone else, have a great day, stay safe and stay well.

Catch you all later, when I try to catch up on the goings on here on the GB.

Treasa.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 10.12.2009 08:11

Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 10.12.2009 06:28

Nice cottage Eamon Thanks for the picture. I like the red trim & door, & the stone wouldn\'t have to be painted.

Liz-With only 3 rooms I\'m not sure there is room for us all

Treasa-Sorry to hear about your brother. I hope everything will be OK for him soon

Jack 2-I hope the leg gets better soon. With my knees it was pain one day, gone the next. Hang in there it will get better.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 10.12.2009 05:11

Eamon thats such a lovely cottage on cam 5 i could just see me there in a nice rocking chair with a big turf fire the kettle on the hob .and lovely smelling brown bread ahhhhh with a nice cup of tea..now thats one lovely irish home ..thank you so much..hi patrica as im not a horder i would only need a small 3 rooms in it ..pot plants not a lot and veggies in the garden ..anyone care to join me all welcome ...love lizxxxx
Patricia





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posted: 10.12.2009 03:04

Nice collection of cleeks, Webbie. Thank you. Don Williams, the \"Gentle Giant\" is a favorite.

It\'s too bad about Liam Clancy. The end of a great era in music. I think that time of interest in folk tunes did a lot in making people aware of and appreciate their heritage, and sparked an interest in history and genealogy for many. It did for me. May he Rest in Peace.

Pat
Patricia





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posted: 10.12.2009 02:53

Yo,Micilin...

\"spuds/swede/parsnips/turnips - sometimes all together with lashings of butter.\" Yum. I know what the others are, but what are \"swedes\"?

Pat

  
Webmaster-Comment: Erica is one.
Patricia





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posted: 10.12.2009 02:44

I love that cottage on CAM 5 today, Eamon, but I don\'t understand the roof. It is wild at the top, but tidy down the slope. Is it a thatched roof with some kind of netting or wire mesh laid over it? I wouldn\'t be surprised if that was done where there were often high winds and storms, as on an island.

I could live very happily in a little place like that, if I didn\'t have so many THINGS. I need room for my books, for my pots and pans and dishes, for my computer stuff and papers and files, for my sewing machine and fabrics, a linen closet, my craft supplies, my clothes, too many shoes, my collections, the things I\'m storing for my children...errrrr, never mind. I\'d better stay where I am. I can\'t live without any of that stuff.

Otherwise, I\'d be there in a minute. Thanks. Charming picture.

Pat

  
Webmaster-Comment: I will let Eamon explain about the "thatch". But ya'll didn't notice a very prominent feature of that house?
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 09.12.2009 20:54

Good morning all ..hey miclin well thank god your well ah santa soon me ould darling ..ho ho ho the time to remember the good old days..good to know your ok and well..jack2 now im not happy to know your in pain ill sort it out for you ..ok mr mies know i care look at him i sorted his knee out ..he is a new man ..so should you be soon ..take care old fella love lizxxx

mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 09.12.2009 17:50

Whatho old beans.

\'tis I your favourite Pom/Limey/John back at last.

Like Treasa every time I resolve to visit the GB more often something, usually work, gets in the way - hope your bro\'s ok by the way - sounded like a pretty nasty rtc.

Got a few days off now to shop and get ready for Santa - ooh I\'m so excited I could crush a grape.

Jack - hope yer leg gets better.

Patricia - nice flower - nice china too.

Texas - usually when we talk about mash we mean spuds/swede/parsnips/turnips - sometimes all together with lashings of butter.

Liz - luv you.

Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 09.12.2009 11:44

Lizzie.

You will be pleased to know I am in agony with my leg,I have taken two pain killers and I am having an early night. GOODNIGHT

jack2
  
Webmaster-Comment:
Rest well.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 09.12.2009 11:43

Im off to bed now have a lovely day/night god bless all love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 09.12.2009 10:48

Thank you webbie what a nice family 7 ..haa its only the irish was that good..i missed out on 3 more ....well we will hear his voice a lot still ..thank god..phillis ah cold i hope you keeping as warm as you can..im just lovely and warm ahhhhhhhhh sorry..stephine well great news about bruce its a long haul for him and you but please god he will make it ..its hard to keep a good man down god bless you both love lizxxxxx
phillis





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posted: 09.12.2009 09:16

I read about Liam Clancy in the papers the other day. I remember them from my younger days when my aunt played their music constantly one ummer. Loved \'em. I read where they wanted to be actors originally. Isn\'t it funny how God puts us where He wants...

Congrats on Bruce\'s stability, Steph. Sorry about the cold. It\'s 26 here with a bitter north wind and I think I\'M Cold...

Treasa, wow. Prayers for your brother.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 09.12.2009 08:44

Hi webbie how are you..i see on your click about liam clancy ..god rest his soul..did he ever marry i can never remember if he did or not..there was not a lot about the brothers..but they where good .havea good day webbie love lizxxxx
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Liz, Yes he was married and has 7 children (he never lost the faith). He is the last of that group now and in his interview just two years ago he mentioned how he felt about being the last after Tommy Makem. God rest his soul.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 09.12.2009 08:37

Well hello treasa i guessed your a busy women agai .but so sorry about your poor brother it was all he needed god help him..but thank god he is coming good again...and you how are ya..well i hope the new year is better for you please god..its being a long road..god bless treasa take care love lizxxxx
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 09.12.2009 08:24

He was pretty seriously ill until Saturday, when thankfully, he turned the corner and is now much better. The trouble was that they couldn\'t get his oxygen levels up, because even with forcing oxygen into his lungs, it didn\'t do any good. Anyway, thankfully now he is on the mend again.

The driver of the other car was a man in his 80s, who thankfully escaped injury.

Hope you are all keeping well.

I also have 415 unread mails!!

Will keep you all updated..

Stay well everyone.

Treasa.
  
Webmaster-Comment:
Nice to hear from you. Hope your bro recovers quickly. It's a bad time of the year for accidents.
Slan agus beannacht De ort.
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 09.12.2009 08:24

Hi everyone,

Absent for a long period again. Seems every time I try to establish my daily link with the GB something hinders me.

Hope you are all well. I must be a magnet for disaster!

My brother (he who is on the lung transplant list) had a serious accident almost two weeeks ago. He is coming around now, but the past week has been scary. He was coming from the pharmacy with his weekly quota of medicines, when a car drove out in his pathway. He does not wear a seat belt because of restrictions to his chest, so the upshot was that his chest impacted with the steering wheel, and his head was imprinted on the windscreen.

Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 09.12.2009 08:14

  
Webmaster-Comment:
Liam Clancy RIP