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Patricia





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posted: 16.09.2009 15:11

Hah! I know what that quote is from, and my line of reasoning was all wrong. I won\'t tell you, but here\'s a hint...Micilin will know when he sees the quote, and you Europeans can now proceed to rack your brains. Hehehehehe.

P



Patricia





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posted: 16.09.2009 14:54

Did you have good weather while you were in the U.S., Treasa? That makes a much nicer trip.

I\'m practicing my brain exercises today, so I don\'t lose another million brain cells. Y\'all remember the PBS program about using or losing your memory that that we discussed? I got an ad this morning from Amazon for new books, and one title was \"Her Fearful Symmetry\", which immediately rang a bell as a quote from something, but I can\'t recall what, so I\'ll try to fire up the synapses in my brain thinking about that today. Wait,wait, don\'t tell me.

Continued...

Patricia





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posted: 16.09.2009 14:54



Cont.

I could cheat and google it, but I\'ll try not to. It\'s the final phrase in a poem, I think, but not Shakespeare, probably American, with \"time cannot erase\" preceeding it and patriotic somehow, and it\'s not a woman whose symmetry is not erased, it\'s the American flag or something, which leaves you Europeans at a disadvantage, so don\'t bother racking your brains, find another bit of poetry to put you in agony and exercise your brains. Wait...maybe it\'s \"Tiger, tiger, Burning Bright\"? this is all very good for you. You\'re welcome.

Off to work.

P

Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 16.09.2009 14:17

Mornin\'...

OK, Jack, thanks, I\'ll watch for it.

And thank you, Webbie, for telling me where to find info on Chris de Burgh. He isn\'t as big here as elsewhere, though I do vaguely remember the \"Lady in Red\" song. Seems he\'s in the news in Ireland at the moment, isn\'t he. A critic panned a recent performance of his in Dublin, and he fired off a letter to the newspaper roundly criticizing the critic. Seemed fair. There is a difference between a calm and studied criticism and personal vitriol.



jack 1

Location:
Australia


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posted: 16.09.2009 13:05

i don\'t have much time these days with all my friends going over to ireland keep your eye out for one webbie he comes from clontarf and may call in to see you i am passing my time looking after two houses and the pets

... pat i have a photo you may be interested in took it while i was away was going to send it to webbie but i think he may not put it on anyway i will send it to you will get back to you later lizzie and mike

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 16.09.2009 12:49

Hi there treasa ah i got you on face book

but ill send some photos to you ok ..im off to bed now good night god bless all love lizxxx
Phillis

Location:
USA - Texas


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posted: 16.09.2009 12:43

Good morning, all! Yesterday turned out to be lovely, with sunshine and cool breeze. Jacket weather while on the motorcycle. Classes were easy; everyone here excited about the Texas/Oklahoma Fair going on. Fall is in the air and it smells lovely.



Always room in the house for one more! Add another potato to the soup and pull up a chair. I think you\'d love it here. (Even though I long to go overseas. Could that be irony?)



We have the armadillos here, too. And you\'re right. They are not quite bright. As a child, my brothers and I would chase them for sport. They are not easy to catch! Fortunately, they don\'t have the kind of teeth opposums do. Now there\'s a mean critter for you.



I fear I\'m treading on dangerous ground by talking about wild animals...seems to stir up the blood on this forum.





Wow, talking too much today! TTFN
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 16.09.2009 08:23

Conas ata sibh go leir, agus ta an athas orm bheith ar ais ar an GB.

Hi everyone, I\'m so glad to be back here at last. The summer was so hectic, and because I was working 6 days a week (due to staff lay-offs)

for most of the summer, I just had no spare time on my hands. Now, the holidays are over and things are back to normal and I am so glad.

Had a quick look back over a few of the pages last night. I see some new faces here, and I see Liz had or is having a wedding. Must check to see which. Anyway, it is good to be here, rested and rejuvinated? after the hols.

Take care everyone, and catch you all later and catch up with all the news.
  
Webmaster-Comment: Failte romhat abhaile. Bhi a fhios againn nach raibh tu caillte. Tog t-aimsire agus leirigh an sceal uiligh id am fhein......
Patricia





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posted: 16.09.2009 00:45

Welcome home, Treasa. We\'ve missed hearing from you. I just jumped in to see what was on CAM 5,and there you were! Yes, stories and photos, please.

Nice pic, Mark Westgate. A study in browns and beiges. Nice pearly shine on the sea. That, blown up, would make a lovely decoration for an Executive Office done up in brown leather and touches of robins-egg blue, with lots of shinng brass accessories for the Brass. Just thinking.

It\'s back to work for me.

Bye.

P
  
Webmaster-Comment: Tog go bog e - feach ar an ainm sin (eile)aris....heheheheheheh
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 16.09.2009 00:15

Welcome home treasa sound like a great time....so dont forget to tell all and photod please ok love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 16.09.2009 00:13

Good morning all..patrica thats lovely what your doing for the little boy ..god they are great kids the way he loves sharks.and belives in them coming to life god bless him..ah the bogs haa ..someone dug old jack up from one god i wished they would have left him there he is a cranky old goat..jumping at miclin for nothing..ah sure im like miclin i dont take blame for the mess of the country as i did not do it..RIGHT..webbie ah god man i love you lady in red i should have worn red .but i was happy ..love lizxxx
TREASA

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 16.09.2009 00:07

HELLO EVERYONE....

I\'M BACK FROM THE HOLIDAYS.

AMERICA IS AMAZING. NEW YORK WAS JUST \'WOW\'. CAPE COD WAS BRILLIANT, AND BOSTON WAS GREAT. TORONTO (CANADA) WAS REALLY BEAUTIFUL, NIAGARA FALLS WAS THE BEST.

NOW I\'M TIRED AND NEED ANOTHER HOLIDAY.

I AM GOING TO BORE YOU ALL OVER THE NEXT FEW WEEKS WRITING ABOUT AMERICA AND CANADA. ONE OF THE BEST THINGS ABOUT BEING ON HOLIDAYS IS - COMING HOME-.

I AM SO GLAD TO BE HOME AND CAN\'T WAIT TO GET BACK INTO THE GB WITH MY FRIENDS. I\'VE BEEN AWAY FROM THE GB FOR SO LONG, AND I REALLY MISS YOU ALL. WILL CHECK IN TOMORROW TO CATCH UP A LITTLE BIT.

HOPE EVERYONE IS KEEPING WELL, AND LOOKING FORWARD TO ALL YOUR STORIES AND WHAT\'S BEEN HAPPENING.

NIGHT NIGHT EVERYONE.

CATCH YOU ALL TOMORROW.

TREASA
Patricia





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posted: 15.09.2009 22:20

Oops again, Mary Bennett, That should be Bennett with 2 \"t\'s\", not one.

I think I\'ll go lie down in a dark room with a cold cloth on my forehead. That always seems to help Micilin. Hehehehehe.



P
Patricia





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posted: 15.09.2009 22:14

Oops. Sorry, Mary Bennet, It was you who sent in that blackbird and apples pic, not Mike Lester.
  
Webmaster-Comment: I bet you were comparing styles to make that mistake....
Patricia





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posted: 15.09.2009 22:11

Bummer. No softball game todsy. It\'s raining. I\'ll catch the replay or go next week.

I did not see that blackbird, S O\'Muiri, thanks for pointing it out. I looked and looked for something else because of the caption, but couldn\'t see it! I thought his head was a leaf. Good joke, Webbie. Thanks for the nice pic, Mr. Lester.

I guess I\'m only good at spotting Mick Jagger. Hehehehehe.

Pat

S.Ó.Muirí





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posted: 15.09.2009 17:53

Anybody notice the blackbird in the centre of todays pod.Having a good meal of ripe juicy apples.
Patricia





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posted: 15.09.2009 17:15

Gotta go, I\'m in the middle of an artistic project, making a small illustrated storybook for a little boy I know who has cancer. It\'s a story about him and how he loves sharks, and his adventures when his toy shark comes alive. Between printing the text out on the computer and doing the little drawings on the pages, it\'s a job, but all I care about is that it will make him smile, and smiles from him are not plentiful these days. Please send any prayers you have in you heavenward, for his full recovery.

Y\'all keep well.

See Ya.

Pat



  
Webmaster-Comment: We will definitely say many prayers for the little boy and hope he will make a full recovery. May God bless him and bring many smiles and happiness to him.
Patricia





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posted: 15.09.2009 17:12

Yo, Micilin. You are the only person I know who loves Cowboys more than I do. You are also the only person I know who has his name written on a piece of paper slipped into a deep crack in the walls of the Alamo in a mystical effort to bring him there someday...I know that\'s true, because I am the one who put it there. We are going to get you on a plane, yet.

Take Care.

P
Patricia





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posted: 15.09.2009 16:54

I read the headline of a story in the RTE News today about a pair of 2000 year old human feet found in the attic of a Dublin house, but I can\'t get the video on the story details.

How intrigueing (intreging? intregueing? intre....?) never mind, how interesting, did somebody dig them up out of your Irish bogs, which I understand have amazing preservative ability, so that bodies from the middle ages are sometimes dug up there, with their clothing still intact. But why just feet? And 2000 years old is very old. Bizarrre. Somebody please tell me the rest of the story.

  
Webmaster-Comment: ....will look for the story........yes bogs are cool and in the past butter had been preserved buried in bogland.
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 15.09.2009 16:54

YEEHAH Phillis - Got room in the bunkhouse for a little un?
Patricia





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posted: 15.09.2009 16:43

Glad you have almost licked the dog/skunk problem. Strangely, skunks are not nearly so common in Florida as in most other places, but we are overrun with armadillos, they are always getting hit by cars at night, don\'t seem to have any smarts at all about getting out of the way.

Nice cleek, Webbie. I don\'t know that \"Chris DeBurgh\", is it? French, is he? Damn romantic, those Frenchmen. We have one here, who every time he sees me tells me I am so beautiful, I must come to his restaurant. Hmmmm. They\'re crafty, too.

  
Webmaster-Comment:
Christy Burke
His daughter was Miss World a few years ago.

Liz was the Lady in Red at her daughters wedding and was turning heads right, left and centre.
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 15.09.2009 16:23

Mornin\'...

We\'ve got a rainy day here too, Guys. I hope it clears by late afternoon, I want to go see Erin play softball in Thomasville.

I love cowboys, Phillis, we\'ve got some here, too. They take great delight in lying to you, to see how much of their tall tales you\'ll believe. We\'ve got a few herds of Texas Longhorns, feriocious buggers, but mostly Brahmin crosses, they stand the heat well.

Google up \"Bone Mizell\", a legendary Florida Cracker cowboy. Wonderful stories.

Phillis

Location:
USA - Texas


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posted: 15.09.2009 14:56

Cowboys? Yes...the real kind. With horses and ropes and wrangling cattle. We live in a rural area where cows and oil reign supreme. Not as elegant as the movies would portray. In truth, most people around here spend more money on their barn than their house!



Speaking of houses, mine is somewhat back to normal. Occassionally a whiff of skunk comes through, but for the most part we are basically de-skunked. Tomato Juice works wonders...



So grateful for the welcomes.
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 15.09.2009 14:15

Whatho old beans.

Now then Jack don\'t throw your dummy out of the pram.

Wotcha mean Crocodile Dundee\'s not real, course he is, I saw him on the telly at the weekend.

Hello Phillis old gel and welcome to the GB.

I don\'t suppose your related to any cowboys by any chance.

Annette - Lovely sunshine on Sat, but downhill since then with a chill wind from the east.

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 15.09.2009 12:21

Hey jack 2 the only blood boiling here is old jacks he is hot under the collor for some reason..haa silly bugger..im off to bed now good night god bless all ..be good you old goats ok ..love lizxxxx