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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 18.10.2009 21:32

Good moring all yes thank you patrica about cam 5..its nice to know something about te old place..i would like to see it ..its a lovely place by the looks of it ..i only spent a night in wexford ...im off with my red hat friends today .we are going op shopping to the city ..by train..so ill let you know how it goes love lizxxx
Patricia





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posted: 18.10.2009 17:38

I slept late this morning, and so far it\'s been a lazy day, which I haven\'t had many of lately, so I have been enjoying doing nothing.

However, there are things to do this afternoon, and I\'ve got to start.

Steph, I hope little Coco is doing alright. Let us know how that goes.

Y\'all Take Care.

Pat
Patricia





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posted: 18.10.2009 17:25

Liz, I got curious about Mike Lester\'s pic on CAM 5 today, and looked up the site on Google.

What made me curious was the turreted separate bell tower, the campanile, which I think is not too often seen in old Irish churches, at least the ones I\'ve looked at, which is by no means a comprehensive list, but that is more an Italian and Mediterranean feature, and it made me curious, along with what you said about the gravestones.

From what I could find, the church building is from the early 1800s, but the bell tower is from the days of the Knights Templar in the 1100\'s, and there is one distinctive Templar grave slab there, and a known history of the site being a Templar medevial holding. At any rate, a lovely pic, Mike Lester. Thank you for sharing, and for the inspiration to bone up on my Church History. Ireland does very well in preserving and making available information about its ancient sites.

Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 18.10.2009 17:04

Mornin\'...

We got a little chilly here Friday night, temp lowest so far this winter, into the 50sF, and never hit 70F all day Saturday. Made a perfect sunny day for the wedding in Thomasville. Thomasville is called \"Rose City\", and roses were still in bloom all over town, which is quite a lovely town, anyway, with many pretty old houses. The Grandgirls were bridesmaids for their oldest cousin, I don\'t even dare to start on how beautiful and well-behaved they were, and even though Lauren kicked off her silver sandals at the reception because they gave her blisters and were interfering with her trips to the refreshment table, I was a very proud Meema. Lauren refreshed while Erin did her social butterfly bit, she was working that room like a regular movie star. So adorable. And the bride was lovely, too, by the way. Hehehehehe.





Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 18.10.2009 16:57

No snow here Liz, we got some rain last night, just sunshine & last I heard you can\'t shovel that
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 18.10.2009 12:00

Hi all very quite here i guess your all snowed in ..so start shovling .now ok ..im off to bed now good night god bless all love lizxxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 18.10.2009 06:23

Webbie that photo on cam 5 is lovely the old church ..but the graves look very new as its such a old place but its beauitfull.thank you for it .love lizxxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 18.10.2009 06:18

Hi all ..ah stephine poor coco .i hope he is better soon ..my wee dog she is just old now she was so slow ..at age 12 not too bad hey..ive been relaxing with my friends here after a good walk ..so talk later on please god love lizxxx
Steph

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 18.10.2009 02:41

Yes, Mar we did have snow. I have a little left, and the tree leaves are all gray, and brown. No fall here. Should be okay this week with rainstorms and 50F weather.



Steph
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 18.10.2009 02:37

Hey guys sounds like you are having alot of fun here. Phillis you\'ve been pooped on? It\'s not fun. Pat is right!

I\'ve been busy and I hate it. Anyways, Mr. Mies should I do that to my shed floor too? It is wood. Probably to late since it was built in 2003.

Coco has been sick this week, so I\'ve been babying her. Coco is my dog, just to let those who don\'t know, know. She is doing better, but will see coming Monday, I may take her back.

Anyways, take care all

Love and Hugs,

Steph
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 17.10.2009 13:35

Hi phillis ah it was love that brought me to oz..yes my dear charles lived here but come home for a holiday and we met in dublin..we where already writing to each other about a year before that..so i come back here with him and lived happy ever after ..jack 2 i come the right way not the 10 bob trip ..im off to bed now good night god bless all love lizxxxx
Jack 2

Location:
Australia


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posted: 17.10.2009 10:28

Phillis,she was transported in the 1800s
phillis





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posted: 17.10.2009 09:43

It\'s my day off and I can\'t sleep in. How frustrating. But plenty of sun today. Lots of fence building time. Least I won\'t be bored.

Liz, may I ask...how did a red head from Dublin end up in the land of Oz?
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 16.10.2009 22:37

Good morning all..oh mies yes thats the way we played and it was great nothing like that about the poor kid and his bike..that happened some time ago they where older but killed a youth for his shoes..god the kids are out of controle now really bad ..who needs wars with whats going on..we where good kids im sure we where happy too..love lizxxxx
Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 16.10.2009 16:20

Hi all...

Liz, looked at cam 2 and I see what your saying. I remember when it was only two off us tying one end of the rope to anything available and a friend on the other end. It didn\'t work well all the time but that didn\'t stop us..

The news today is filled with that horrible story about the kids that set their schoolmate on fire over a bike and a video game. This is so disturbing. In my day kids solved things by a threat of a fist fight that usually ended up being broke up or never actually happening. Now you hear of things like this all the time. How did things get this out of control?

Today is suppose to get up to 62F so I am completing the last thing left to do in our new shed, the floor. Peel & stick tile. Sounds cheesy but will seal it for the winter.

Have a good day all
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 16.10.2009 12:10

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

Location:
Australia


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posted: 16.10.2009 10:00

Mies and patrica remember we where talking about the ditty song we sang when we where young..i said we put a rope on and would swing and sing ..well look at cam 2 the houses are like where i use to live in summer hill.and the rails on each side we put the rope on to swing..it was great and sing our little songs ..love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 16.10.2009 09:48

Hi phillis ah god i never seen so many keys locked in the car but think of the times like now to talk about it and laugh..yes i love it..haa.ah patrica no i dont need a barn thank you..yes i got the room but i got no need for one yet ..mr mies haa god your friend must have been born blond and went dark..he was a sill goon ..love lizxxx
phillis





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posted: 16.10.2009 09:34

Mr Mies, I literally lol on your Mike Makoski story!

I shall take the high road and not comment on Mike\'s gender or hair color. But I hope his mile walk home was in the rain. Uphill both ways and in winter...teehee

One more lock out story. We were being evacuated due to wildfires earlier this year. Our old dog Mary was in the car. Yup, keys were in it of course. Electric locks. Mary\'s big paw...and well, you get the picture. We tried to convince her to let us in. Of all times for her to turn stupid. And yes, she is blonde. Coat hanger to the rescue.
phillis





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posted: 16.10.2009 09:28

I am proud to be a non-member of the Poop Club; however, \"pride goeth before a fall\"...

I\'m not really a blonde, I just act like one! I used to walk my old cocker spaniel and locked myself out of my own home so many times that I put an extra key on his collar. Maybe I\'m dumb, but I\'ve learned to compensate. Sort of.

Yes, Pat, I sent the weather east! We had sunshine here for the first time in weeks!!!!

Did not lock myself out this time. Improvement, I say.

And Pat, once my fence is done, will you come build my barn?

Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 16.10.2009 06:16

An old friend, Mike Makoski, locked his keys in his car once. It took him over 2 hours to get his wife & kids out

I\'ve locked keys in every compartment of a vehicle, but usually have got them out without damage. Our shop foreman used to lock his keys in his \'84 Chevy Blazer all the time. After a few weeks I could open his door with a \"Slim Jim\" faster than he could with the keys. Just one of the benefits of a misguided youth I guess.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 16.10.2009 04:25

Mies i can see mike ca running now ..he got wings on his heels haa ..go mike go ..the blondes are coming for ya ..:6love lizxxx;6]
Mies





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posted: 16.10.2009 03:10

Mike, you should runnin\' for your life for that comment about not being blond OR a \"female\"

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 16.10.2009 03:01

the words are bag and phone..mobile .phone lol love lizxxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 16.10.2009 02:57

Ah caught you mike ca .haa see even mean are dittcy too even more than blondes god mike you could have put them in your bum pocket ..(ars)..sorry ..but i cant belive it so many lose keys and things..the only way i lost my phoe was haa .i had it in my bag and a bottle of water in the bah also as i carry it with me..but the top come lose ..yes and water got into my phone ..i now got a cheap one ..lol .oh bod is going to fix your truckie again patrica..i guess he thinks you droped all the coines in so he could play around in your car MMMMMMMMMMMMMMM love lizxxx