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Patricia





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posted: 02.12.2009 13:29

OK, all threats of dismemberment and VooDoo dolls are removed. I must be in a real decline, I missed a cleek, though my very fine detective abilities enabled me to solve the mystery in a roundabout way, you must admit. Just couldn\'t find definitive proof without a hint from Mies, thanks, Sister Mine. My head is a lot clearer now. Webbie has told me to \"Keep On Running\", so I will, but I can still yell a few insults as I go.

  
Webmaster-Comment: .....phew......that was close.........lorl.
That was a good song and the first use of a "fuzz box" in a commercial record that I can remember......removes me hands from inside me coat............lorl.....
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 02.12.2009 13:09

Mornin\'...

No, I\'m not mixed up as to where Waterford is, it is in the SouthEast. I just re-read my post of last night, and I see that I didn\'t make it clear, just went nattering on without any period to indicate the ending of one thought and the beginning of the next, which next thought was that we are short on pics from the Mountains of Mourne, which are in the North East. Isn\'t that right, and is that clearer? I trust Madam Woo has not moved any Irish mountains from place to place?
Zawa

Location:
Canada - British Columbia


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posted: 02.12.2009 11:46

Its nearly 4 in the morning and I can\'t sleep.....thought I would come and visit the land of my father! I may not get there in person.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 02.12.2009 11:35

Not a word yet but he said the 17th.I\'m afraid those groupies will start camping outside O\'Sheas on the 16th and get us all in trouble. I\'ll do me best to ensure that he doesnt stray and give a report everyday on his activities.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 02.12.2009 11:21

Hello Steve ah young man you will go to ireland one day ..ok but lovely to see you here join the chat show ..we will make you feel good..phillis haa snow in ireland ..yes cold ..webbie how are ya darling just being to reghans play for the year she starts summer holidays today for 6weeks ..im off to bed now any word from the queer fella yet haa good night god bless all love lizxxx
phillis





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posted: 02.12.2009 09:59

Webbie, I so enjoy your brilliance in finding the appropriate cleeks! (I use the cleek word like a pro now, even tho I didn\'t know what it was before GB)

Marie O\'Shea\'s POD is the Ireland I long to visit. It\'s so beautiful.

No sn*w. Just lots of rain. ho-hum.

P.S. to Mies: I like p*nk. Thanks for the p*nk additions!
  
Webmaster-Comment: Thank you, young lady.
John Martyn was a once-off. Absolutely brilliant.
Steve

Location:
USA - Nebraska


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posted: 02.12.2009 08:45

I can\'t sleep as usual. Up in the wee hours of the night to look at your great website. I always wished to visit Ireland, but never had the money. I did have an old (lived in the early 1800\'s) relative come from Ireland and moved to the USA. I can\'t say though that he was born in Ireland. My records aren\'t that acurate.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...thank you Steve.
If you notice any strange goings on, in your watch, please let us know.
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 02.12.2009 07:43

  
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John Martyn Wikipedia
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 02.12.2009 02:40

Good afternoon all i forgot to come on when i was up at 5am ..haa i went back to bed ..oh javk 2 dont worry about jack 1..he will be ok as they will think he is a beached whale ..i told him he was mad going then but oh no he knows all ..silly man .its lovely and cool here today thank god its been very hot but we are getting some rain.now thank god ..no snow thank god lol..love lizxxxx
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 02.12.2009 01:26

Nice bright sunny day, but only 38F & not much above freezing for highs the next 10 days. Good news though it should stay dry. I read this as meaning NO SN*W!!!!!!!!!!!!
Patricia





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posted: 02.12.2009 01:24

OK, Mies. Did I guess the secret? I promise not to tear off any arms or legs, and not to call in Madam Woo to stick pins in VooDoo dolls if you tell me... does it have to do with the Spencer Davis song about keeping on running?

It\'s chilly in my computer room, it\'s at the end of the central heating ductwork, and isn\'t as warm as the rest of the house. I think this is a good evening for a cozy throw and sitting in the Big Fat Chair with a cup of hot chocolate and the latest murder mystery. I\'m out of here.

Y\'all Take Care.

Pat
Patricia





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posted: 02.12.2009 01:15

We had a sunny day today, too, Mies. It\'s dripping a little rain now, however. The damp is making it feel kind of chilly, though it isn\'t really very cold, probably mid 50sF. It\'s always good when it rain at night, because the cloud cover keeps the day\'s warmth radiating off the ground in, and we never get a frost on a rainy night. Always on a clear night.
Patricia





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posted: 02.12.2009 01:08

Very nice pic on CAM 5, today, Marie T. O\'Shea. Thank you. Great Autumn color in the grasses. We don\'t get very many pics of the Waterford mountains, so it is nice to have one. We are pretty well supplied with pics of the beautiful Kerry and Mayo mountains, and sometimes mountains in Donegal, and occasionally the Wicklow mountains, but I don\'t remember us ever having a pic of those mountains in the NorthEast, are they the Mountains of Mourne? People in that area, please note. You are underrepresented on the POD.



Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 01.12.2009 23:40

Poor old Jack1 I hope the weather clears up for when he gets there it is HISSING down in Dublin again
Mies





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posted: 01.12.2009 20:31

\"ACCEPTED\" NOT EXCEPTED...Sorry..

Oh gawd, keep the snow there Phillis (unless it\'s p*nk, that actually would be fun to make a snow wommin\' out of)..We have a beautiful sunny day today..



Bye again

Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 01.12.2009 20:27

SHHHHHHHHHHH PHILLIS, Mar may be reading right now!...I looked at your farm & I saw a lot of that p*nk stuff there so I just added to it...(you haven\'t excepted the neighbor requests yet?)

Geez, now I may be in trouble with Mar....Liz, I WILL take you up on that offer for arm & leg protection...

phillis





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posted: 01.12.2009 20:20

First of December and we are expecting our first sn*w tonight. Hope it\'s not p*nk sn*w.



I\'m seriously considering decorating the tree in nothing but p*nk to honor my GB pals...
phillis





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posted: 01.12.2009 20:18

Popping in to say thanks to Mies and her Mister for my p*nk trees! Too funny! And Mar, the lime ones match well with the p*nk. Thank you too. (Farmville talk, but Mies brought it to the guest book when she kept sending me the p*nking trees.)
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 01.12.2009 20:16

Good morning all ..yes thank you mies them babys win us over and we cant let them go haa..dont worry ill look after your arms and legs no one will rip them out ..ok madam woo ..be good for christmas santa is watching ya..i know that see love lizxxx
Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 01.12.2009 18:45

Hello all..

Very exciting, Liz, to have a new member of the family..

Seems safe to post right now..Thanks, Phillis I may need to take you up on that offer for lucky horseshoes..

I think those sayings are pretty much common all over the US. We have them here too. As people move around they bring along those kinda things with them.

Hello Annette, you sure are a busy wommin\'. Our kids keep us that way. That\'s good though..

Nice cleeks Webbie, AND stop getting me in trouble..I need my arms and legs

Have a good one ya all
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 01.12.2009 11:01

Hi annette oh thank you i cant wait to meet the wee boy ..haa its a long way to walk to sydney haa no we are flying down my daughters and i with reghan .to meet byron ..phillis ah god it must be sad for cattle caught in floods ive been blessed anywhere i live thank god..im off to bed now good night god bless all have a good day/night love lizxxx
phillis





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posted: 01.12.2009 09:44

Thanks, Webbie,for \"Summertime\". The blues version is one of my favorite songs ever. I couldn\'t hear a note on \"lucky lips\" but the p*nk jacket was as interesting as the title.

Got a horseshoe or two i\'d be willing to spare, Mies! If I could weld, i\'d be making a killing since there are all sorts of designs with horseshoes in flea markets around here.

Pat, do you mean \"tear off your arms and legs\"? We have that expression, as well as \"i\'m gonna pull your hair out\". Mom was definitely frustrated when she said these things! It was usually said as in, \"if you do that one more time, i will ______ (fill in the blank) I smile about it now, but THEN i\'d be quaking in me boots!

Living on the Brazos River we had a share of the flooding. Nasty business. Poor people and their creatures. Saddest sound in the world is hearing cattle caught in a flood...

On that happy note, have a good Tuesday.
Annette

Location:
Germany


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posted: 01.12.2009 09:00

Congratulations, Liz, to you and your son and your daughter-in-law. Reghan is framed now by the two boys and she sure likes it.

I\'m a bit late with my congrats but I was too busy the last days. Franka was here over the weekend and too many things piled up. So, I have to catch some posts and a lot of cleeks that sound interesting.

See you this evening.





Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 01.12.2009 07:47

  
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Cleek
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 01.12.2009 06:11

Oh patrica dont go mellow ..ah walking under a large tree branch wow you would want to be game mr mies..i heard byron maake his first phone call haa yes his sounds over the phone while his dad was talking to me its nice ahhhhhhhh ...white rihno well its gray too me am a ok ohhh yes he can do funny things with his mouth ..( cant we )...love lizxxxx