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Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 26.10.2004 14:02

Good morning everyone, good night Liz. Well it looks like Webbie is still out. Maybe tommorrow.

Thank you Pat, I never thought as this as a little pub. It is nice to have friends that you can talk to. I always look forward to hearing from everyone. Sometimes, sleeping is hard because I get so excited to read someones entry.

Well take care all, and have a great day. I bet tommorrow the Webmaster will be back. Maybe he will have a ghost story to tell. OOooo. Or Pat tell us some. hehehheheh.



Your Friend in WYoming,



Stephanie
  
Webmaster-Comment:
Webmaster-Comment: ....ghosts.....whoooooah.......Have you
ever heard the "banshee"..........I did..........'twas a moonlit
night....well really it was morning.....about 2am.......I heard this
piercing shrill screech getting closer........I looked at me pocket
watch to check the time......cuz I was always told that that
was important. 2am it said.....top of the hour............Next
morning at breakfast me great grandfather was talking about
various things and didnt he up and tell us all that he had heard
at the 7am mass thye news of the death of Mrs O'Rourke the
previous night......and what time do you think the poor woman
died at.....yes......2am........Banshhes always wailed in the
olden days before the death of a local person......I can tell you
I didnt venture out at night again that late for many's the
day.......and that story is true.......Slainte
elizabethrconnolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 26.10.2004 04:40

hi patrica, u did a great job talking to oue friend aaron,he seem to be in a hurry,i hope ireland is good to him ,on like when i grew up there,no work and not a lot of money,but great food, from the farms, all fresh, on like now,its still a great place,too bad about the weather,i agree with u patrica the web is a good way yo meet people, when we come on line to all have a guinness on hand,webmaster should be here today,on less he is worn out from his weekend,love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Ms Connolly......back and busy at the work......Yes I have heard stories of inner Dublin way back.......and it was a great place to live.........not sure if it was much like it was portrayed in Strumpet City.....and that is not meant as a bring down. I watched that series and it ahd its good and its bad points. For sure life was a little harder then but then again it was more simple and not pressures except to bring food to the table and keep a roof over yours and your family's head. Nice times in some ways I guess......Slainte.
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 26.10.2004 01:29

Hello, Aaron C. in Ireland.

You made quite a trip in 24 hours, from California to Ireland. Looks like I\'m the only person on here tonight, and I wish I were there in Ireland to tell you \"Welcome Home\". As Webbie always says, \"Slainte\".

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....slainte to you both......
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 26.10.2004 01:17

To Jimmy in Colorado USA;

Hello, Jimmy, old son. Hereís what pumpkins in Wyoming have to do with Ireland.

The world is becoming more crowded with resources finite, oil and water particularly. We see tensions re water supply in Florida right now. Tensions among nations will likely accelerate. Internet makes the world smaller, we talk to others & learn that they are just ordinary humans like ourselves and like to go to pumpkin patches at Halloween. It is difficult to demonize people you know (a la the terrorist followers of Bin Laden, who had to make demons out of the people at the World Trade Center, or they wouldnít have been able to commit such an atrocity). To me, the more talking people do the better. Websites like this are small things, maybe futile, but in a small way promote understanding and respect between peoples, better than doing nothing. Perhaps if it grows some good will be done in the world. You will have your own thoughts on that.

(continued below)
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....thanks Ms pearson........you said it as it shd be said......thanks.....Slainte
Pat

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 26.10.2004 00:31

(continued)

Besides, itís like dropping in to the neighborhood pub, chatting with whoever is there. You can look at the CAMs and have a little trip to Dublin. Itís inexpensive, harmless, and enjoyable. Surely, you donít mind that. WebMaster is very accommodating about finding information about Ireland for whoever asks him a question. That friendly help promotes interest and tourism in that country, makes traveling there more convenient. If you have a question about Ireland, ask WebMaster. Heíll be back soon.

So, if you read this, tell me why you think a home in the USA is only ďwhat that is worthĒ, as if you donít think that itís worth very much. Perhaps Iím wrong, but it is the dearest thing in the world to me. Are you native Irish, just living in Colorado, or are you a disillusioned American? Either way, you need some more hopeful friends, to get you out of your black mood. Go out and get a few pumpkins for Halloween.

Take care, young friend.

Pat
John & Mary

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 25.10.2004 16:50

Had a bril time in Dublin
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...hi John and Mary.....thanks.......tell us what ye did......well within reason......and the weather wasnt great either.....Slainte.
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 25.10.2004 14:13

Good morning everyone, I am back at work. Looks like the construction on Talbot street is coming close to an end. I better Webbie swam the ocean. He probably became a merman. Is that correct Seiorse, (the old man).

Well Pat and Liz I did have a great weekend, but I am glad I am back at work. Nothing better than feeling better. Hey for you in Colorado. Mr Jimmy, the Webmaster, will just get after you.

Webbie Pumpkins in Wyoming have a lot to do with Ireland? Right? hehehhehe, better back me up...lol.

Well take care all.

Here\'s a little question: Where in the World is the Webmaster? I think he went back to Florida for raising the glass. Any bets?



Take care



Your friend in WYoming,

Stephanie
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....Hi Steph......well resurfacing going on at one end of Talbot st but the other end is just being worked on now.........not a nice sight or site....lol

Pumpkins.......yes.....the worlds first pumpkins were found in Ballintrillick in Co Sligo - thats up near the north-west. They were discovered by none other thn Sir Walter Raleigh who was out picking mushroom one August afternoon. As a matter of fact there was a musical group formed in Sligo called Pumpkinhead.......and mainly called after this discovery.
So yer quite right Steph to mention that and an important point for us.....thanks.....Slainte.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 25.10.2004 08:52

hi patrica, how are u did u have a good day with ur grand-daughters,i had mine today she makes my day,yes i belive in ghost i had them in my other house,we lived there 18 years, we seen them ofton,hi stephine, how was ur week end,our webmaster is having a long sleep in,for the long weekend,too lazy to take the dogs for a walk, poor dogs, aaron u seem happy to be home i hope u make good,talk soon love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....were those living ghosts or dead ghost Ms Connolly.....lol
Jimmy

Location:
USA - Colorado


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posted: 25.10.2004 05:38

So Aaron, kinda early for you? Welcome home even though my home is the USA for what that\'s worth.
Jimmy

Location:
USA - Colorado


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posted: 25.10.2004 05:34

so tell me, what have pumpkins in Wyoming have to do with Ireland?
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....ah Jimmy....dont be like that......Slainte.
Aaron C.

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 25.10.2004 05:34

im home in ireland and would like any other irish citizens to IM me, Ye at home at last.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....go on....be a sport....
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 25.10.2004 00:03

Hah! Young Mr. S is trying to infiltrate the Golden Oldies group by pretending to be even older than Webbie at his oldest! (We\'ll jus\'t pretend to believe him.) Hello, Mr. S. How\'s the lumbago today?

Actually, he\'s getting the idea. Front porch swing, painted white with pretty floral print cushions, sit where you can see the white picket fence and the entrance gate arbor covered with pink \"New Dawn\" climbing roses, and someone playing a soft guitar, something cool to drink...you can\'t get much closer to heaven than that.

  
Webmaster-Comment: ....ahahaha....so someone else has copped him on......He must think he is missing something.........lorl........you'll be able to join us in about 30 years time young S...........but we dont mind ya lookin....ehehehehehehehhehe

Now that sounds lovely Ms Pearson.....but bet ya dont smoke d'auld pipe....ehehehehehehhehe
gary d in ole scranton, p

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 24.10.2004 23:18

Allo Paulo:Ciao a tutti tanti saluti dalla Scrantonia, Pennsylvania!!!!
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 24.10.2004 21:34

hi webmaster,how are u i see ireland beat aussie again,and still going on about that round ball,long weekend for u,u need a brake from us ladies,so we will chat between ourselfs,ok,we will hold the fourth,love liz,dont worry,
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...lol........Ms Connolly.....yes we did......and a very big part of the entertainment was a dog running onto the field and playing around for some good minutes.........think it was a better game too and taken a little more seriously...........Dont follow it so cannot comment but it certainly did seem to be entertaining.........

Thanks for keeping the young ones in order....lol....Slainte.
gary duncan

Location:
USA - Pennsylvania


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posted: 24.10.2004 17:10

Hiya Webbie: Am looking @ Cam 4 & I have 2 say, it is nice to see construction/street repair crews working on a Sunday. Here, we drive 100 miles, see all the heavy equipment, but no labourers. It looks like a pretty fair day in Dub 2day. Not too bad here either, daughter has a 3 pm basketball game so it should make for a good afternoon. She scored her 1st point ever last week so our hopes are up for a repeat. Hope all the readers have a great week. Only a few more days til our election. I\'m still on the fence. Any suggestions as to whom to vote for? Take care Webbie, & a good week to all! Gary D in good ole\' Scranton, Pa.
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Gary

......yep...they are working away......mainly at the waterwords.....had water off all day on Sunday and was lucky with a pump.....it was running dry for the duration.....

I ahve been thru the phase of watching the kids play their chosen sport. Ours was soccer. All day Saturday taken up preparing going to and watching them play. Its a nice time in both their and our lives.....so enjoy.

I cant make my mind up on this election at all......maybe what you know is better than what you dont know....I'll plump for Bush......Slainte.
Paolo

Location:
Italy


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posted: 24.10.2004 16:36

Ciao a tutti tanti saluti dalla sardegna....
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...hiya Paulo........hope all is well with you......
Seoirse

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 24.10.2004 15:42



nimble nonagenarian

  
Webmaster-Comment: ...lorl...ehehehehe
Seoirse the nimble nonage

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 24.10.2004 15:40



Since I am older than the webmaster, and more inclined not to fib, I will admit to shopping for a rocking chair. Front porch swings also have a certain allure.



  
Webmaster-Comment: .....c'mon now Seoirse.....yer havin us on.....ya wouldnt be let out without a helper if ya were as old as me......ya gave it away long ago with the stories about the beach bunnies.....lol........
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 24.10.2004 14:42

Good Morning, All...

I wish we could think of some mischief to get into while WebMaster is on his bank holiday.

Dreary days lately in Dublin, no sunshine. We seldom have even 2/3 days without sunshine in FL. and when it does happen, I feel depressed.

No, Steph, I don\'t have cable, don\'t have time to watch it, so would be a waste of money for me. When I retire in a few years and collect Social Security I might get it. I do like PBS, though, they have some good gardening shows. So, Liz, from that you can see that I\'m older than you, but younger than WebMaster, who is either 76 or 94, depending on what day of the week it is. I\'m addicted to sunshine, Webbie\'s addicted to telling fibs. But they are such entertaining fibs.

Got to go. Got to do some paperwork like paying bills before tea party time.

Have a good week.

Pat





  
Webmaster-Comment: ....Ms Pearson........yep.....we are having a run of dull and drab weather.......today.....Wednesday 27 we have storm conditions.......east and sth coasts getting a battering.....we expect gusts up to 70mph......I'm rained off and cant get me cart out......
Now when did I ever say I was 94.......lol.......96.....97 on 23 Dec......heading for the ton.....no one expects a webmaster to be that age especially another webmaster...ehehehehehhehehehe.....

There are some good UK gardening programs and very entertaining.....I think they are also on cable.....must find out the names of them......but I dont forget the beautiful red-head with the big eye-brows who does a lot of the "pool" work.......lol...I'd give her a hand in the yard anyday....ehehehehehhehe(sorry about that....the devil made me say it)........Slainte.
Aaron C.

Location:
USA - California


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posted: 24.10.2004 05:49

i love to see ireland while im living in the states, i will be back everyday
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....Slainte Aaron....
raymond dyck

Location:
Canada


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posted: 24.10.2004 05:27

very good site will be back
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....thanks Raymond....please do. All are welcome.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 24.10.2004 00:28

hello stephine,im good thank u the weather is in the 80 or less today but lovely and warm, im sure u where happy to see mam,so ur 28,i have a son the same age stephen is his name,my baby,i have 2girls, im 61 on november 11,old god,but happy,hi patrica, u have a busy time,ill have reghan over today i hope, she is 8 months on 27 oct,sounds like a lovely town u live in, any ghosts there,i love old places,u have a great tea party with ur , webmaster will have a long weekendgrand daughtersxxxfor them web master will have a long weekend, he may go swiming in dollymount, he will need mouth to mouth,by the time he hits the beach, poor fellow,love liz
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....hmmmmmm.....so I'm the senior here........96 and goin on 97........I'll probably be reported to the net police for baby snatchin......lorl........Mind you Ms Connolly ya look about 41 and not a day more.............swimmin is in me blood.....some day I'll head out and take a wrong turning and finish up in Florida.....lorl....Slainte.
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 23.10.2004 22:21

I don\'t have any tricks to play.

My parents came up from Rawlins Wyoming today. That\'s about 2 hours SE of here. There is a pumpkin patch that we went too. It was great to see them, plus you know how parents are, they always make you feel better. Mom always has the remedies. Thats about it, I think I am going to go see Shark\'s Tale today.
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....awwww....that was nice.....Slainte.
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 23.10.2004 22:20

Personally I love going to the movies by myself. I get to be entertained. heheheh.

Pat your place sounds so lovely. Do you watch the HGTV? I watch it so much. Being that I am only 28 I am addicted to the channel, so home improvements are so important. Yes I said my age, since no one did the math. heheheh. I guess that\'s my only trick.

Well it\'s windy here, but the storms are staying on the Wind River Mountains. Maybe snow tonight, but I am not counting the chickens before they are hatched. Liz have a great Sunday. Pat enjoy your grandkids. Do they dress up for the tea party?



Your Friend in Wyoming

Stephanie
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi Steph

You wyoming pad and place sounds lovely too.....Might be hard to keep chickens on the mountains......coyotes and all that.....lorl....Slainte
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 23.10.2004 21:05

Hi Steph, Hi Liz,.

Glad youíre better, Steph. Several kinds of flu going around here, too. How about Oz, Liz?



No, gardening here today. Bunch of us working this morning replacing damaged floorboards at our old general store. I live in a small rural village, the whole village is listed on the National Register of Historic places, my Historic Society owns the old store and we are renovating it for use as a community center. We have the oldest still-standing brick railroad depot in the state in our village, and about 20 buildings which are all historic, only 3 buildings newer than 1920 here. My house will be 100 years old next year, and the house across the street from me was used as a hospital during the civil war. We have a little 1890 Methodist Church, which is still in use. We try hard to keep the historic look in the village, especially at the street side, but we are all very comfortable in our renovated houses.

(see next post below)
  
Webmaster-Comment: Ms Pearson

Sounds idyllic. I love your description of the village and your tree. Apart from its beauty the tree probably gives great shelter. Is there a preservation order on it. I dont live in surroundings like you mention - sometimes we complain of the height of trees which block sun into yards and also create a moss on lawns cuz no rain gets through. In a rural setting it would be different tho.....good look with the restoration......if ya wanna show us pic of the area will post it........think I have solved a prob which stopped me doing this for a while.....Bye for now and thanks for the lovely comments and notes.....Slainte