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JoAnn

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 31.03.2005 17:54

Hello Friends...



Sally, we are really getting some things done. We have been at this house for about 2 1/2 years and we still have a lot to do. We came in and completely gutted the place, everything...walls, electric, plumbing, heating. We couldn\'t move in for months....well we\'re in now and still going at it with an addition and soon a brand spanking new kitchen.

I\'m going to have a nice dinner party when it\'s done and you\'re all inivited. hehehe



JoAnn
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 31.03.2005 17:04

Just stopping in to say Hi. Working for Slave masters today. Did ck out Cam 5. Glad to know I can call from there. Take care girls and boys.



Steph
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 16:57

Mwrie...that\'s me just getting home now!

Chrissie\'s book wasn\'t there.
Sally





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posted: 31.03.2005 16:39

That\"s how I feel too,Marie.He should have given her back to her mother.She was the one that brought her into the world.It should have been her Decision.
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 16:25

pat and sally that poor girl has died in fl god bless her family to cope with this i cant understand why her husband did not give her back to her mam and dad and let them take care of her,
DICK





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posted: 31.03.2005 16:17

HAVE FUN READING THIS BELOW BECAUSE I CAN\'T !
DICK





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posted: 31.03.2005 16:14

WAS WATCHING AN AMERICAN ARTICULATE SPEAKER ON TV AND HE SAID THAT ASMA[ CAN\'T FIND CORECT SPELLING ] IN HIS NEW YORK AREA HAS WENT UP DRAMTICALLY . THERE ARE SOME COAL FIRE PLANTS THAT WERE GOING ABIDE BY PRES. CLINTONS LAW THAT STATED THEY HAD TO USE MORE POLLUTION CONTROLS OVER THIER EMISSIONS . PRES. BUSH CAME OUT AND CANCELED THE LAW JUST BEFORE IT WAS DUE ACCORDING TO THIS SPEAKER . [ THE SPEAKER HOW SAD ! WHY PUT THE DOLLAR FIRST OVER PEOPLE ?
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 16:10

hi sally and pat it is great you had your children young but i think in today,s times it is best to have them in the 20,s age group cos they have so much going for them now and lot,s of thing to do,like when i was growing up in dublin some of the kid,s got maried at 16 today that is to young
Sally





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posted: 31.03.2005 15:58

It\'s good to grow with the chidren,Patricia.My three thought it was great.Just had to stop once in a while and be a parent.Now I can be a friend.That\'s the best part.
Sally





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posted: 31.03.2005 15:55

Yes Linda,weather is getting better.I got you beat Patricia.I was married at 18 And had all my children by the time I was 24 years old.I am glad I did it that way.People now wait to old to have children.I think we are all glad the days are getting longer.I think it\'s this week end Linda,our clocs go back.
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 15:52

james i have to ask you so i hope you will tell me when you come back on..did you ever go to the 72 club in abby street,

and did you go to the go go or where you a married man by then,lol,
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 15:43

ah webbie it brought me back reading the song for the log cabin i could just see me self back there again
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 15:41

hi linda im just back we did not stay out to long today..linda your better off not haven any kids yet you are to young my daughter sabrina is 27 and she has 2 kid,s 8 and 3 now she works cos i mind them for her but what would she do if i would not mind them she would not be able to work so stay the way you are girl
Linda

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 15:18

Thank you.
Patricia L. Pearson





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posted: 31.03.2005 15:13

No, Linda, it\'s not selfish. Just different. We had our ways, you have yours. It all works out in the end.

Pat
Linda

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 15:00

2 kids by 22! Jay-sus, im 23 & i couldn\'t imagine myself with 1 let alone 2! Mam had 3 when she was my age. No way, i enjoy my freedom toooo much, its selfish, but hey, i\'l have 1 eventually...

Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 31.03.2005 14:44

Good Morning, Everybody...

Took all my computer time this morning reading your posts recalling your youthful days, out and about in Dublin. It was different for Americans, the fashion was then to marry much younger, I was only 20 when I married, too young according to my parents, to young to vote, too young to drink legally, but I was a spoiled and headstrong girl. Had two babies by 22 (but then I found out what was causing that) and no time to be carousing. No regrets at all, I grew up with my children and wouldn\'t trade those years when they were little and I was home with them for anything. I\'ve had plenty of time since then to catch up on other things.

Well, got to go, you all be good today, we have a beautiful, sunny day here, will be above 80F. Hope it\'s nice where you are.

See Ya.

Pat
Linda

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 14:23

Hiya Sal, hows thing over there on the other side of the pond? Spring has arrived in Ireland, has your clocks gone forward at the weekend? The evenings are gettin a hell of a stretch now! I love to c it!
Sally





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posted: 31.03.2005 13:46

Morning,Webbie,Liz,Linda.Ellen,Marie,Joann And James.Hope everyone is well.The talks are getting longer to catch up each day.Joann how is your home coming along.How do you like this weather.,I assume you have been having this beautiful weather too,Joann.Gone soon enough.
Linda

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 13:17

That would be good if Liz came home, wouldn\'t it! I\'d go up 2 dublin surely! Its only a 45 min drive now with the new by-pass. We cud all stand in front of the web cams & wave to all of ye\'s!
JoAnn

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 31.03.2005 13:09

Hellloooooo!

Morning Everyone....G\'night Liz.

There are to many pages to catch up on.

Liz are you planning a trip to Dublin? I want the exact time to see you making out with Webbie on Cam 3. lol

My computer had to be temporarily moved to my 15 year old sons room. Not a great place for me to hang out so I\'ve missed so much here. I\'ll get it back in the office in a couple of days.

I miss you all!



JoAnn
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


IP logged Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows 98; Win
posted: 31.03.2005 12:24

hi linda im 10 hours a head of u,james and me still sound the same,we are dubs right through,we will never change,ah we could have a good laugh if i went home,ha marie u though i would be too old to make out,i got to leave me print there,ah let me at himhaa i have u worried,hey marie how old are u chris and ellen,im trying to think,but dont be a shamed to tell we are all young looking mob,im off to bed its after 10pm.ill chat to u all tomorrow please god,had a great chat on tne phone with james,its a pity he lives so far but its still good to talk,webbie u have a good day ok mate love lizxxxxxx
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 12:07

I\'m out in Marie\'s now and I\'m waiting for the Ugly Sisters to get ready

Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 12:04

That sounds like a good deal Webbie. Let\'s know more about it when you get a chance.
  
Webmaster-Comment: Will do.......doing up a new brochure.......so have it soon for you.....
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 31.03.2005 12:03

i remember now. the signature tune was Hickory Hollers Tramp. Does anyone know who sang that?

I remember Ma Maher too. She wasn not a lady to be crossed. She\'d bar you as quick as she\'d look at you.

  
Webmaster-Comment:
You named that tune in one.....yes...that was it....and Ma Meagher ...yep yer right....if ya looked side-ways at her she could bar you....
O.C Smith recorded it amongst others....

Oh, The Path Was Deep And Wide
From Footsteps Leading To Our Cabin
Above The Door There Burned A Scarlet Lamp
And Late At Night A Hand Would Knock
And There Would Stand A Stranger
Yes, I'm The Son Of Hickory Holler's Tramp

Yeah, The Weeds Were High, The Corn Was Dry
When Daddy Took To Drinking
Him And Sally Walker, They Up And Ran Away
Then Momma Shed A Silent Tear
And Promised Fourteen Children
"i Swear You'll Never See A Hungry Day"

When Momma Sacrificed Her Pride
The Neighbours Started Talking
But We Were Much Too Young
To Understand The Things They Said
All We Really Cared About
Was Momma's Chicken Dumplings
And A Goodnight Kiss
Before We Went To Bed

Oh, You Know, The Path Was Deep And Wide
From Footsteps Leading To Our Cabin
Above The Door There Burned A Scarlet Lamp
And Late At Night A Hand Would Knock
And There Would Stand A Stranger
Yes, I'm The Son Of Hickory Holler's Tramp

When Daddy Left And Destitution
Came Upon Our Family
Not One Neighbour Volunteered
To Lend A Helping Hand
So Just Let 'em Gossip All They Want
She Loved Us, And She Raised Us
The Proof Is Standing Here
A Full Grown Man

Last Summer Momma Passed Away
And Left The Ones Who Loved Her
Each And Every One Is
More Than Grateful For Their Birth
And Each Sunday She Receives
A Big Bouquet Of Fourteen Roses
With A Card That Reads
'the Greatest Mom On Earth'

Oh, You Know, The Path Was Deep And Wide
From Footsteps Leading To Our Cabin
Above The Door There Burned A Scarlet Lamp
And Late At Night A Hand Would Knock
And There Would Stand A Stranger
Yes, I'm The Son Of Hickory Holler's Tramp