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Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 25.03.2005 15:11

Hi everyone. Pat no Easter bunny yet should be coming soon. I love Easter when I was kid I enjoyed the Easter feast. We always have ham, and decorate eggs and had Easter baskets. Even now if my parents weren\'t going to my little sisters for Easter I would go home and decorate eggs. Okay I\'ll just go do it at my home! I\'ll hide them for all of you to come and find. That was another favorite thing we did even until we graduated from High School. Sally that sounds so fun for your grandkids. 12 year old doesn\'t want a basket? Send it to me!!! Marie & Ellen are you two going to do something for Easter? I am curious what are some of the Easter traditions in Ireland? Ellen, Bruce & I saw the wedding date on Tuesday night, that is a good movie. It was made in London. With some country side shots. Well have a Happy Easter everyone! And have a Good Friday too!



Your friend in WYoming

Stephanie
Sally

Location:
USA - New York


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posted: 25.03.2005 14:44

Hello liz,James,Patricia,Ellen Marie & everyone else on this Good Friday.Yes Liz got on okay.Good joke Patricia.James I know the world needs to have people like you to spice it up.You march to the beat of your own drummer.Webbie hope your Easter Holiday is a good one.
  
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Happy Easter to you all

Patricia





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posted: 25.03.2005 14:37

Good Night, sleep tight, Liz. Good Morning, Steffi, What\'s up? Easter Bunny get to Wyoming yet?

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Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 25.03.2005 14:27

Oops, that was Ellen who was bawling, and Marie who needs a joke. My friend sent me a bunch of irish jokes on St. Patrick\'s Day. Here\'s one...hope you haven\'t heard it...



McQuillan walked into a bar and ordered martini after martini, each time

removing the olives and placing them in a jar.

When the jar was filled with olives and all the drinks consumed, the Irishman started to leave.

\"S\'cuse me\", said a customer, who was puzzled over what McQuillan had done, \"what was that all about?\"

\"Nothin,\" said the Irishman, \"Me wife just sent me out for a jar of olives!\"

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Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 25.03.2005 13:59

Hello, Marie & Ellen & Liz. Don\'t cry Marie (isn\'t that a funny smilie?)it\'s ok to be somber and sad sometimes, it\'s part of life, and probably good for us as it makes us think and sometimes moves us to be better human beings.

Beautiful Good Friday in Dublin, raining and dreary here in Florida, but we need rain. Population is growing so fast we are beginning to have serious water supply problems. I\'m like Liz, I love the sun to shine, but I won\'t complain.

Ya\'ll have a good day, and Happy Easter to you!

Pat
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 25.03.2005 13:50

james i know u cant be at the pub.so where are u mate.ur frind phyllis.what was the name of the shop her granny had.in gardneir st.are u still awake.its not midnight here yet.i guess ur stoned.on freemantle dock.up the brisbane loins.afl,do u like it mate.love lizxxxxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 25.03.2005 13:43

hello cuz\'s.im up for a while.i went to bed at8pm.im taking me rest when i feel i need it.ah marie.how about a bbq.im having one on sunday. please god.3familys are coming and meself.its going to be here.it should be fun bbq easter eggs.haaaall my acks and pains are gone marie thank god.so im still taking things easy.doh.it would be lovely.if you could drop out here god it would be great.ellen dont be wasting money on bad moviesfrom what i see they are crap love.see the quite man.oh there was a movie.hope u all have a happy easter love lizxxxxx
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 25.03.2005 12:12

lorraine i see your coming back to ireland what part are you going to.
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 25.03.2005 12:11

deirdre boyd is your family living in ireland if so what part
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 25.03.2005 12:05

ah webbie any jokes im fed up.
marie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 25.03.2005 12:04

hi linda are you there hows it going are you going to any partys over the weekend?i wish i was going somewhere,..

ellen any free dinners going haha.

hi sally and pat never forgetting james hi ya liz and anyone elce i forgot hope you all have a great easter.
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 25.03.2005 09:23

However, we went to see \"Hitch\" on Monday night. That was good. That\'s the latest one starring Will Smith, who I love anyway. It was our family night so we had Laura with us and she enjoyed it. There were one or two references made to \"being laid\" which I hoped had gone over her head but alas...NO. We were talking about the funny bits in the film afterwards and she made reference to one about \"being laid\" and she fully understood what that meant.It\'s sooo hard to find a good film where you don\'t cringe if you have your kids with you.
Ellen

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 25.03.2005 09:20

Hello everyone, I didn\'t mean to make you all somber and sad. I\'M SORRY

It\'s a lovely sunny good Friday here.

Colin & I went to see a really stange film last night. It was \"Constantine\" starring Keanu Reeves. I still don\'t really know what to make of it. It\'s very dark and I found myself having to remind myself that it was just actors acting out parts because I didn\'t want to get \"involved\" in it. I don\'t know if that makes sense. I noticed it was rated 16 but I think it should be for older people because the subject of suicide is dealt with and we have a huge rate of suicides among young men here. I won\'t give away the plot in case anyone is going to see it.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 25.03.2005 08:51

james.yes phyllis kenny.is that her madin name,,it rings a bell,so she is in oz how long now,oh me grannys old rocking chair.it was the best.ill tell me ma when i go home.the boys wount leave the girls alone.that was james.it was hi life.1916 james time to remember them great men.r.i.p.we will love them forever.i see me lazy cousions has not woke up yet.james do u know what i feel like doing.sally did u get on here ok. love lizxxxxxx
james rogers, fremantle

Location:
Australia


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posted: 25.03.2005 04:29

Hello Phyllis Kenny from Grenville Street Dublin living in Drummer way Western Australia.

Do you remember the Drake Inn, do i remember say\'s you will i ever forget. ha ha ha.

Say hello to Liz Moore from Summerhill, now Queensland and all her rellies in Dublin.

Hey Liz, Phyllis\'s grandmother had a shop in Gardiner Street. ha ha ha. Brian, her Aussie husband want to go to Dublin and get a stall in Henry Street, Get your dancing monkies over here, 3 lighters for a pound, J\'zzzzzz i\'m gumming for a smoke, watch me stall Liz i\'m just dashing in for a bottle of stout, the wind would skin you alive. ha ha ha, Phyllis is my sister in law. ha ha ha.
james rogers, fremantle

Location:
Australia


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posted: 25.03.2005 04:16

Hello Sally, would you rather i hid behind the old armchair, ha ha ha.

I\'m from a different planet Sally, what a boring old world it would be if we all came from planet earth?

I\'m still waoting for Patrica to reply on her topic, Sha go Sha.

Singing You take the Sha go Sha road,and i\'ll take the Sha go Sha road and i\'ll be in Sha go Sha before you.

For me and my true love will never Sha go Sha again [wink]

On the bonny bonny banks of Loch Loman.
Sally





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posted: 25.03.2005 03:57

Oh James,there\'s nothing wrong with an old arm chair unless you were the one it wasn\'t left to dear man!!!
Sally





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posted: 25.03.2005 03:54

That was strange Patricia because I was thinking the same thing.It made us all so serious.I have baskets to make up for 4 of the grandkids but not for the 12 year old.No baskets for my oldest \"little man\" as I call him.Along comes James with the poetry!You never fail us James.We don\"t know where the stories begin and the real James starts.The boy who hides behind the words!!
james rogers, fremantle

Location:
Australia


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posted: 25.03.2005 03:37

My grandmother she, at the age of 83, one day took sick and died.

And after she was dead, the will of course was read, by a lawyer as we all stood by his side.

To my brother it was found she left a hundred pound, the same to my sister i declare.

But when it came to me, the lawyer said i see, granny\'s left you her old armchair.
Patricia





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posted: 25.03.2005 03:35

Goodness Sakes Alive, Sal! We are all so somber. I think that poem affected us all, and spoke truths beyond the words written. That\'s what the best poetry does. God Bless and keep all the loving parents, wherever they are.

Are you ready for Easter? I\'m not, I\'ve got egg dying and baskets to fix before me, still. Too many holidays, too little time. Have a good day tomorrow.

See Ya then.

Pat
james rogers, fremantle

Location:
Australia


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posted: 25.03.2005 03:32

I\'m Dublin City born and bred,

but the Dublin i knew is bloody dead.

So i\'ll stay dopwn under and soldier on, there\'s no going back, my Dublin\'s gone.

Thank You Ellen, if you send me a e-mail add i\'ll send you some of the stuff i\'v written.



Patrica, did you find out what Sha go Sha meant?

Singing, Imagin there\'s no Sha go Sha,

it\'s easy if you try.

No Sha go Sha below us above us only sky.



I think it means [good is good]

G\'day everyone and Sally lol
Sally





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posted: 25.03.2005 02:35

Hi Patricia,I guess that poem just about says itallfor all of us,huh?My step-father has been gone for for 46 years and it seems just a little while.I was 12 and it seems not so long ago.
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 25.03.2005 02:15

Hi, Sally, Hi Liz. Time for the American contingent to do their evening posts, and the Aussie\'s to do their morning posts.

Ellen and Marie, that poem your brother wrote was very touching. What a family treasure you have in that.

One of the things we have is my Dad\'s rocking chair, I was rocked in it, my children were, and my grandbabies were. Everytime I look at it, I can clearly see my Dad\'s hands resting on the ends of the arms, and he\'s been gone from us more than 30 years. It is living now at my son\'s house, it\'s been re-finished and re-upholstered several times, I hope my grandgirls will cherish it as I have.

Your brother has made a lovely thing for all the Ma\'sie and Da\'s decendants. Tell him I said \"Well done\".

Pat
Sally





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posted: 25.03.2005 00:38

I agree with you Liz.There\'s no excuse for not respecting.My stepfather died when I was 12 and I still grew up with manners and respect.They have to be taught to chidren.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 25.03.2005 00:17

hi stephine,that poem i was part of it,it was very hard then for the ma\'s and da\'show the coped ill never know,but we where all well mannerd kids,then it got more hard for my mam r.i.p,my dad died in 1951,left 6kids.one at a year old the day he was buried.i was 7.i remember so much but i dont dwell on it,but when some one says to me if a child is being naughty,ah but he has no father,i say dont go there,its not a excusse,we can all make good look at ellen marie me and our familyswe stayed very close to each other still,ok guys we love each other and respected our father and mothe and every one elce,but i dont find that now sad to say,,ok love lizxxxxx