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Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 22.04.2009 12:54

How did this voice escape being recognised - Susan Boyle - 1999

Cry me a River
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 22.04.2009 11:15

Ok mies your being good .lol..ah sure your a darling women getting everything ready for your trip..then you can give him hell haa..lovely to see you here.miclin ah 50years its nice..god bless them..have a good day ould fella.treasa ah swimming in ireland you where game ..that cold..but you came through ok ..blue lips haa..im off to bed now good night god bless love lizxxx
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 22.04.2009 09:44

Hello mates

Budget day today - can hear my wallet screaming already.

Just popping out to talk to a couple who celebrated their Golden Wedding with a trip down the Nile.

Hell of a life at the cutting edge of local journalism.
S Ó muirí





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posted: 22.04.2009 09:13

Yes Mr Mies,a hard place even in good weather to launch from.The roof on the left houses the lifeboats.It is truly a devotion for those volunteers to set out to save lives in perhaps worse weather than that.There are only a few boats operatring from there.Those are lobster pot men.
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 22.04.2009 07:44



My sister\'s husband has just published a booklet to commerate the 50th anniversary of the formation of a swimming club in our home town and he gave me a copy at the weekend. The things I\'d forgotten!!! It brought my childhood back in vivid memory. The summer afternoons spent swimming in the river. The names we gave to the various parts of the river, from \'The Leap\', where we first ventured and learned to swim, to \'The Weir\' where the more experienced swimmers ventured. I still remember, we had to cross a big big meadow with trees screening the river until we got to the opening. From the minute you set foot in the meadow, you could hear the hum from the river, the hum of chatter, screams of delight, the general hum of children enjoying themselves!! The hum you don\'t hear anymore. For goodness sake, kids aren\'t even allowed to run in the school yard, in case they fall and hurt themselves!!!.

Anyway, no more time, got to go. Catch you all later.

Treasa.
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....we spent our summer holidays swimming in "the supply". This is/was a canal built to take the water for the town's water feed from the lake (Lough Owel). We swam beyond the take-off point....We had "the shallow" and the "deep sinking". You started at the shallow and progressed to the deep sinking. I remember being so excited seeing perch pass me by in the water. They used "shoal" in the lake and pass down the supply into the Royal canal.It's amazing what amused us then. We found it very hard to leave at mealtimes.
As we grew older we progressed to three-hooking on the canal and spent our summers at that. Further on the young wans started chasing us and we had no peace and had to give up everything - well that's my story and I'm sticking to it....
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 22.04.2009 07:44

That said, people are suffering badly. Especially people with young families, kids have just got used to having everything, and now will find it hard to go without. I think we sould arrange \'field trips\' for kids, where they actually go out into the countryside and play the old fashioned games, (with adult supervision of course). When I think of my childhood, and the freedom we had, to roam the fields, the country lanes, and the streams and rivers without fear or torment.
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 22.04.2009 07:43

Morning everyone. Nice bright morning again. We are having some really nice weather here.

Webbie, I don\'t know about the tigers..... Never did see no Celtic Tiger down these parts... and I believe the ones that did exist are now all pussy cats..... frightened and scurrying into the bushes at the least thing.

For that reason the recession doesn\'t mean a whole change of lifestyle for us. We weren\'t used to the high life, so we don\'t miss it....

Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 22.04.2009 06:55

Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 22.04.2009 05:01

Liz, not up to something, had to leave after accidentally cleeking on the last EH performance...I promised not to bad mouth him any more so I will NOT... (never promised I wouldn\'t bad smilie him)

Hi to ya all...Not only working on the banquet, doing yard work and getting ready for first tournament of the year. Don\'t worry you\'re not rid of me yet..hahaha
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 22.04.2009 04:01

Nice picture on CAM5 today S. O\'Muiri, lots of strange looking currents there. I\'m not sure I\'d launch my boat there though.
Patricia





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posted: 21.04.2009 23:56

Yes, I did misunderstand about the Bengal cat, Micilin. Haven\'t seen them around here at all. I googled up some pics of them, and they are beautiful, but I\'d be a little leery about having one, the breed hasn\'t been established long enough to have a reliable domesticated temperament, must be bred back periodically to original wild cats to maintain the desired physical characteristics...and Ms. Cat is wild enough for me, I don\'t think I could live with anything meaner. I do hate to see any critter hurt, though.

Gotta go, buzzer tells me the laundry in the dryer is ready to come out. Bye!

P
  
Webmaster-Comment:
.....we have loads of Celtic Tigers over here if you care to pay the shipping ya can have them all.....lorl
Patricia





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posted: 21.04.2009 23:46

Oh, that looks like a cold day and cold water at Bundoran Pier on CAM 5, S. O\'Muiri. Nice shot.

P
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 21.04.2009 22:35

Good morning all..well patrica the bengal cat dont come cheap..i seen them here for sale..and i heard they grow larger than the other cats..ill stick to my tabby haa.so mies has not com back yest ahhhhh she is up to something something...thats a worry..just out of bed and a lovely day thank god..love lizxxx
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 21.04.2009 16:11

Yo Patricia

Sorry I seem to have misled you.

This should explain

The Bengal is a relatively new breed of cat which was first bred in the U.S.A and was originally created by crossing an Asian Leopard Cat with a domestic cat. The domestic Bengal derives its name from the Latin name of its wild ancestor, Felis Bengalensis (Asian Leopard Cat). Whilst the domestic Bengal is similar in appearance to the Asian Leopard cat and its genetic makeup contains a contribution from that wild cat species, its temperament is however purely domestic. The goal in developing the domestic Bengal cat breed was to preserve a strong physical resemblance to its beautiful wild ancestor and, at the same time, the new domestic breed was designed to be a pleasant and trustworthy family companion.
Patricia





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posted: 21.04.2009 14:07

Liz, it is good to hear that Reghan is back in school. Any news about your son\'s baby test? Do they know yet if it\'s a boy or a girl?

Micilin, I\'ve looked for the Bengal tiger story in the paper...can\'t find it, what was it, do they think it escaped from a taveling circus, or what? Not too many people keep them as pets.

Now I\'m really out of here. Busy day coming up. Y\'all Take Care.

P
Patricia





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posted: 21.04.2009 14:00

Steph, Good Luck on your exam...you\'ll do fine. Find a good luck charm to put in your pocket, but not a rabbit\'s foot, that wasn\'t very lucky for the rabbit, was it? The last time I had a big 2-day test, I grabbed one of my mother\'s old religious medals to keep with me for good luck...found out later it was a St. Dymphna medal. She\'s the patron saint of the insane and feeble-minded. I would rather have had a \"Our Lady of Perpetual Help\" medal, but it was OK, I passed. You will, too.

P
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 21.04.2009 13:41

Mornin\'...

Holy Mackerel, EH in 87, cream colored double breasted suit, pink (sorry, Mar) shirt and handkerchief...loved that mustache. Jeez, Webbie, I\'m ruined for the day. Maybe for the week.

Mies, don\'t watch the last one, he\'s pretty...errrr...sweaty. The others are safe.

Treasa, you should be ashamed to be stirring up trouble between me and my Sister-Friend, Mies. We have perfect trust forever, she knows what is in my heart...I\'ll talk to y\'all when I get out of the hospital. Hehehehehe.

Bye!

Pat
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 21.04.2009 12:45

Oh patrica watch your arms and legs .who is a good dragon now .tell patrica ..oh please..skin and hair flying..now..im off to bed had a lovely busy day so good night god bless all ..love lizxx
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 21.04.2009 08:52

Hello blokes

Another spiffing sunshiney day here and all the girls in their summer finery - YAHOOO.

Why don\'t we celebrate St George\'s day en masse with marching bands and ballyhoo?

A question I have pondered often and don\'t have a ready answer.

Without wanting to be controversial, I think it\'s partly because we seem to have lost our national identity and fear offending people from other countries who have settled here - and I am not being racist.

You only have to look at the way our troops are treated, even jeered at in the streets, on returning from active service.

Sad, but there are still plenty of old codgers like me who will fly their flag with pride and toast the dragon with a pint of real English ale.

Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 21.04.2009 07:39

Just before I go...

Steph of meant GOOD LUCK of course.

Webbie, going to save the cleeks for this evening, but I think some people won\'t be able to restrain themselves when they see the titles..

I\'m saying NOTHING.
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 21.04.2009 07:34



Hi Webbie, great cleeks, love the Sean Nos dancing and singing. I don\'t know why, but everytime I see Irish dancing or hear Irish singing my heart seems to lift. I hope it does that for everyone.

Micilin, we entrust you with the slaying of the dragons (in England that is - not that there are any anywhere else) Geez, I think I might be putting my feet in it here!!

I\'d better go to work before I do damage.

Hi Steph, good luch with exams, Liz, glad Reghan is heading back to school, Mr. Mies, don\'t forget your licence next time, Annette keep the frost of those plants, Patricia, I don\'t mind doing the big shop, I hate storing it away when I get home..... Mar, lovely pictures of Barcelona, thank you.

Take care everyone, catch you all later.

Treasa
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 21.04.2009 07:33



Morning everyone. Still nice and bright after some overnight rain. Everything looks much greener this morning.

Was reading through the posts and when I saw Mr. Mies\'s post I thought \'He\'s in big trouble\'. Then I saw Patricia\'s next post and I am thinking \'SHE\'S in big trouble. I\'m saying NOTHING!!

But Mies is so funny.... love the pun Mies, take care.



Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 21.04.2009 07:11

Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 21.04.2009 03:33

You\'re 1/2 right, after all this work on the banquet my arse is draggin..........
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 21.04.2009 03:01

Paid bills, happy now! Yes, I am because they are paid. Now I can have some fun studing. Well off to study. Much better than yesterday, had a real bad headache, more less a migraine. Stayed in bed all day. Not good, when you lose a day. Off for now.



Love and Hugs,

Steph