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Patrcia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 26.07.2009 12:44

Thanks for the cleeks, Webbie. Good ones.

It\'s just getting light here, I woke up too early and have been waiting around for the sun to come up so I can go out in my yard to drag away all the stuff I cut off my bushes and trees yesterday. Things grow like crazy in this climate. A gardener\'s work is never done.

See ya!

P
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 26.07.2009 11:17

Hi webbie great clicks thank you have a good day good night god bless all love lizxx
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 26.07.2009 09:45

  
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 26.07.2009 01:23

Good morning all ..well well whats this about webbie in a contest for being nice..well ill think about that ..(wink Wink)..ah you cant go wrong with him treasa onece he is on his knees you think he was not there very quite ..Ah belive that ..a irish man quite ..love lizxxx
Patricia





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posted: 25.07.2009 14:57

I was out yesterday tying up a tomato plant that I\'m growing at the foot of the post that holds the wonderful hanging tomato garden, and I broke off the leader of the plant, which will not do it any good at all. I was hopping around from one foot to the other, cussing a blue streak. I can\'t say I am too crazy about the upside-down method of tomato culture. I have two tomato plants in that hanging plastic bag...one is doing fine, and one is withering away. Go figure. The basil in the same bag is great, though.

I\'ve got ripe figs on my tree, I\'m out of here to go pick some. I don\'t really like them, myself, but I give them away to people who do, and share the rest with the birds.

Y\'all have a nice weekend.

Pat
Patricia





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posted: 25.07.2009 14:33

Micilin, just take care of yourself exactly as your doctor tells you to do, it will be OK. It\'s rotten that just as we get to the place in life that we should be more able to enjoy the pleasures we\'ve worked for, we find out that there is something that\'s limiting us...but taking a few pills and watching our diet is much better than the alternative. Modern medicine can prevent complications from diabetes, which is becoming more common. Hang in there, friend.

I\'m waiting to see pics of your hill trek. Don\'t forget me.

Pat
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 25.07.2009 14:11

Mornin\'...

Another sunny Florida day here, but we will get some thunderstorms this afternoon. Typical Florida summer weather. Steph, 78F, and you think it is HOT? Try low 90sF every day. You seem pretty chipper lately...enjoying your break from studying, I see.

Your day in Dublin sounds very nice, Treasa. You are lucky Ireland\'s trains are so good, U.S. train travel used to be wonderful as well, but is now in a sad state. I took a train from Florida to Baltimore a few years ago, just for nostalgia\'s sake, and I recall it as the \"Train Trip From Hell\".

Yes, Treasa, if we entered our Webbie in a \"Sweetest Webbie\" contest, he\'d win it hands down. And don\'t feel sad at not being invited to the Pro to pray. That\'s minor league stuff...it\'s being invited to go help him push his auld cart and scrape wads of gum off the Dublin streets that is the true mark of his affection. Shoot for that. It\'s lovely. Hehehehehe.

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 25.07.2009 11:59

Im off to bed soon but i had a lovely day at the party yes the 2 year old got lovely gifts ..s i did have a lovely day so good night god bless all love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 25.07.2009 01:37

Well thats good the fact webbie was a real gentle man ..i tell you doh he is a honey ..very sweet haaa ..oh i remember the holy hour ..yes very long indeed ..got to get ready im going to a party next door ..its a 2 year old haa but a big bbq will be good lol reghan is coming down too ..love lizxxx
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 25.07.2009 00:20

Liz, I can kneel for the Rosary, Hell, I can knell for Holy Hour, and that\'s an hour long....... sob! sob! but he never asked me sob! sob! I thought I might at least get an invite to the Pro. but I realise that is \'your\' sacred place.... nobody loves me sob! sob! sob!.........

Better stop messing, and get real... Webbie is \'The Greatest\' A true gentleman. Thank you Webbie... respect always - Treasa.

Stay safe everyone.. Take Care..

Treasa.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 24.07.2009 23:25

Good morniong all .how are you ..well mike ca i think your right go for the younger ones ..no joy in the old fellas anymore haaa dead lost they are ill look affter your house mike just shout the fare please ..stephine ah yes i had a good night thank you ..but treasa i dont think webbie will invite anyone elce into the pro ..its our place .and besides can you kneel for the rosery ..its long..lol..love lizxxxx
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 24.07.2009 19:10

Hello guys! Yes I\'m popping in again. Well it is warm here at 78 degrees and humidty at 22%. I know, I know, that\'s not bad, but for a place that doesn\'t have humidity it is hard to live with. Monsoonal weather coming in this weekend. So I might not get on because of the lighting.

Treasa your morning drive sounds so cozy, with the sun coming up. Gosh, have you ever thought of taping it, and sharing it?

Mick, my husband has type 2 diabetes, and high blood pressure, he is only 36. I think what we all need to remember is our ancesters lived their lifes with almost no doctors. But what we need to do is eat the food our ancesters ate, why are we here, if they weren\'t healthy? Something to think about.

Mike, I hope you can find someone good to watch your house. Liz, have a good night sleep.

Everyone else come in and type a few words.



Love and Hugs,

Steph
Mike

Location:
USA - California


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posted: 24.07.2009 16:14

Good morning to all my Gb friends. Sunny and bright 73 degrees today.We are working on getting a house sitter so we can go on vacation..does not seem like a easy thing to do..lot\'s of kooks. Mick it sound like we go to the same doctor..I got the same report LOL. Tressa I love the public transportation in Ireland..comparied to here it was great ,buss\'s and trains to any where I wanted to go.And cheaper !! Great job Steph on you school .Liz stay away from all those old men..pick the younger ones haha. Pat thank for the comment on the crossing guard event. Off to bacon and eggs see all you chaps later



Mike N California
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 24.07.2009 15:45

Hi again.

Micilin, watch that blood pressure!!! Now, watching the girls is not good for blood pressure so stop watching them!!! Oh heck!, I know your life would be miserable without the girls, so have a peek now and then but try not to get carried away. Seriously though, you should watch the blood sugars. Diabetes, while managable can be a pretty miserable disease and lead to other nasty things.... like not being able to watch the girls (worst case scenario)..

Enjoy the canal festival, and hope the sun shines for you. It\'s a nice bright sunny afternoon here, pretty hot and humid, but promises of rain and wind from the Met Office.

Liz, Webbie didn\'t invite me to the Pro.. boo hoo boo hoo.

I\'m sulking!!!!!

I\'m off to sulk some more, catch you all later.

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 24.07.2009 14:04

Hi miclin no im not gone to bed yet ..but i see you dont like getting old ..well ould son we got no choice ..it brings on other things like what you got..so just take care me darling ..ok love lizxxxx
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 24.07.2009 13:53

me again

Annette - Still sorting my holiday pics out, but pictures you want pictures you shall have.

Went to the docs yesterday, got a bit of an ear infection, and she told me the results of a blood test I had a coupla weeks ago, turns out I\'m borderline diabetic and my blood pressure is through the roof - again - so she changed my meds.

Gotta go back early next month for more tests.

Gawd I hate getting old.

Looks like the sun\'s gonna come out after all so I guess I\'ll have to go outside and get on with some of the chores I promised myself I\'d do.

later alligator
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 24.07.2009 13:39

Whatho folks

Mar - I wish I were still in the hills, but I\'m back in flat, boring, rural Bedfordshire - behind my desk.

Except today (Fri) when I have taken a day off.

Just got in from shopping at Tesco where my favourite checkout girl said she was planning a trip to Dublin with her mum. Turns out she was born there - I like her even more now.

Treasa - We are having another thunderstorm as I write, but supposed to be bright and sunny tomorrow, which is good because it\'s the annual canal festival and lots of people will be disappointed if its a washout.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 24.07.2009 13:34

Hi treasa well thats seems like a lovely trip to dublin ..as you say transport is good ..not the puffing billy haa..haaa.yes webbie was going to the pro he misses me as im busy to go with him ..so thats why he could not stay long you understand..wink wink..im off to bed now good night god bless all love lizxxx
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 24.07.2009 09:31





Met a nice couple on the train home. They were from Limerick, retired, and turned out we have lots of mutual acquantainces. Ireland is a very small country...... We were chatting it seemed to make the journey much shorter.. Then arrived home around 9.30pm. Was in bed by 10pm and didn\'t wake until 8am this morning. I am never driving to Dublin again.... Public Transport is the way to go.......

Got to get some breakfast, catch you all later.

Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 24.07.2009 09:30

Everything went well after that. Had a really nice day. Walked a lot around the city, changed my shoes twice...

Met Ian for lunch and we went to the restaurant in the \'Kilkenny Shop\'. Really nice food there. I had home cooked ham, with potato, tomatoes, and greek salad. Ian had beef stronanoff. We didn\'t bother with dessert...... Then he was back to work, and I back to the shops.... didn\'t buy a thing though, as I was not in buying mood, just looking and sightseeing. Had tea at the Gresham Hotel, sitting inside the window looking on to O\'Connell Street before heading back to Heuston for the train home.
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 24.07.2009 09:27

Clear announcements accompanied by digital sinage,(I only remembered the old tannoy where no one could understand what was being said). Carriage service as well as restaurant (tea didn\'t change... still tasted awful.. but then every cup of tea outside my own home tasts awful..... is it me???). Train arrived in Dublin bang on time. Walked out of the station to the Luas stop, and by the time I had printed a ticket for my journey the Luas had arrived and within 10 minutes I was at BusAras in the city centre. Full marks to Ireland for public transport...... I will go public again for sure..

Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 24.07.2009 09:25



Things have changed so much with regards to public transport and I must say I was very impressed. It is years since I travelled by public transport to Dublin. I remembered it as being nothing but hassle. Not yesterday though....

I booked my train ticket on-line the previous day. When I got to the train station, I just inserted the card that I had used for the booking to a dispensing machine, and one second later my ticket was issued to me. New carriages on Inter City trains, made a big difference. Comfortable seats, carpeted floors, clean, shining windows (all I remembered was dirty, smeared, smelly trains).
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 24.07.2009 09:24

Stephanie, I know what you mean about drivers, but yesterday my driving was very peaceful. I left home at 4.15am and drove the coast road to Limerick. As I left home there was just a chink of light in the eastern sky, but it kept getting brighter and brighter as I was driving along. For the first 30 miles or so it is beautiful peaceful scenery, and yesterday the water in the Estuary was calm and still. (The Estuary is where the river Shannon meets the Atlantic ocean and divides North Kerry and Limerick from Clare) But the last 20 miles can be very busy as it contains ports, and industries, and lots of slow moving traffic. But yesterday morning - no traffic... I could hardly believe it.
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 24.07.2009 09:23

Morning everyone,

Firstly let me say a big \'THANK YOU\' to Webbie for the drive to my appointment. I got the Luas from Heuston Station to Bus Aras, and Webbie met me there and drove me to the Mater.

Patricia, sorry I didn\'t get time to give him a kiss, not even a peck, as I was already running late and only for his kindness I would have been much much later. ( I thought my appointment was 8.30am, but it was actually 8.15am) Then he was off to meetings for the day so we didn\'t meet again. Next time we\'ll have time for coffee. He is a true gentleman, and really very kind. THANK YOU KIND SIR, really appreciated.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 24.07.2009 06:43

Hi stephine ..it is shocking how some people take rocks from spain ..i would not tell her (annette)..shhhh .she will steal them lovely ones from yu too..it will cool dwn for you soon ..send the heat to me please ..ah bad drivers haa the same here ..take care stephine love lizxx