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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
Pat





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posted: 23.10.2004 21:02

continued

I have a magnificent old live oak in my side yard, draped with Spanish Moss, maybe 400 years old, more than 6 feet in diameter at chest height, it must be 70 feet high, spreads 70 feet over my house and driveway. So I live here very happily, in my sweet little house under my big tree. Could be worse.

I donít know how I got started on all this, but now you know a little more about me. You do, too, Liz. How are you today? Your weekend is almost over, isnít it? Did you see your little Reghan? I will spend some time with Erin and Lauren tomorrow. We always have a tea party when they come to see me, itís ďexpectedĒ. So, I have to go bake some cookies.

WebMaster is having a Bank Holiday, which I think means he will have Monday off, so I guess we will just have to amuse each other until Tuesday. While the catís away, the mice will play. Have any tricks you can play on his precious equipment, Steph?
angela reed

Location:
USA - Tennessee


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posted: 23.10.2004 17:37

Hello Friends,



Best wishes from the volunteer state and my beautiful town of Knoxville!



Angela Reed
  
Webmaster-Comment: Hi

Thank you for commenting.....sorry I'm late with my response.......welcome Knoxville.....Slainte
Sasha

Location:
USA - New York


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posted: 23.10.2004 15:45

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Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 23.10.2004 12:45

Good morning everyone, good night Liz.

Well I didn\'t make all through Friday at work, but I am better now. I guess it\'s a 24 hour to 72 hour flu. Yuck.

Well Pat what are you doing this weekend? Any gardening?

It rained Thursday night and Friday morning here, but around us received snow. Our elevation I think plays a big part of that.

Liz enjoy the weather, is it in the mid 60\'s or 70\'s there?

Well take Mr Z & Mr S. Wherever you are this weekend. Hope Webmaster staying out of trouble. hehehhe....I doubt it....



Your Friend the Wyomingite.



Stephanie
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....I was extremely good on the weekend......met up with my friends Ollie and dave and had a great natter.....yes us auld men do talk....lol.....Barbara S. sent her apols...but we were as well off without her.......ya know yerself....she's a bit nosey.....ehehehehhe.
John Analab

Location:
United States


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posted: 23.10.2004 05:23

I just love your site. I just bookmarked your site. All the Best, Analabs
  
Webmaster-Comment: ....yeah rite....but I like ya puppies.......Slainte.
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 22.10.2004 14:10

Good morning everyone. Well feeling a little better today. I kind of made the hot toddy, but without the whiskey. True story: When I was younger and living in Michigan, cuz that\'s where I was born a doctor told me parents to give us whiskey and honey, well us kids, counting me five of us enjoyed it too much, so that was the end of the whiskey in the house. heheheheh. But lemonade warmed up is another version of a hot toddy, of course the virgin type. Well have a great weekend everyone.

Webmaster, I did find out that DS1 and T1\'s do have voip, but wireless don\'t because of the committment we would have to give to the customers. Thanks, for the website on San Francisco. Everyone, wireless? hmm. Where will our jobs go?

Take care,

love,



stephanie
  
Webmaster-Comment: ......great that you are fully recovered..........understood on the wireless......
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 22.10.2004 11:53

hi patrica, i have not forgot u ,im being lazy,the weather is lovely and warm,i love it that way,we are coning into summer,are u well , hello stephine,hope u all have a good weekend, and u webmastertake care,no more swimming, u will go blue,love liz

  
Webmaster-Comment: ....lol....have to keep up me training Ms Connolly..........hard to break an old habit........
jiraroj

Location:
Thailand


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posted: 22.10.2004 07:30

so nice with classic style,please comment

and see my website at : *************************** Thanks you.
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...have sent your site to trailfinders.......Slainte.
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 22.10.2004 04:55

Well, WebMaster...

It\'s very quiet on here this morning, you just getting in from your daily swim, Steph being sick, even our sweet Liz isn\'t talking to us.

Where is the question that Steph told you to give us? We need some mental stimulation.

I, myself, am off to bed. It\'s nearly 1 in the morning, and even night owls need to sleep.

Take care.

Pat
  
Webmaster-Comment: ...true Ms Pearson.......hope Step is better soon...our circuits are staying up.....lol......and I think Ms Connolly is on a 4 day week.........she nips off on a Thursday.......lol

Enjoy your weekend.....it's a Bank Holiday weekend for us so may thumb a lift west this evening and get in some elbow practice....lol....
Msg for Step for her return......and quiz held over till next week.....lol
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 21.10.2004 21:35

Steph...

What Webbie and Mr. S have told you is correct, except that you add a tablespoon or so of fresh lemon juice as well, and perhaps a tad more sugar.

This is called a \"Hot Toddy\", and will do you good. Get better soon.

Mr. S, you have a memory like an elephant. I had forgotten all about \"jooging\".

Pat
Seoirse the amateur doc

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 21.10.2004 18:03

Webmaster...Once, when I was young and foolish, I caught a cold whilst in Glasgow for xmas holidays...I was given a similar drink, called a toddy, I think....After a few of those, we went out clubbing and I don\'t remember what happened to the cold...But I did meet a pretty wee redhaired lass.....hehehehehe.........and she didn\'t joog me with any sharp sticks, either.......hehehehe....

  
Webmaster-Comment: ...hmmmmmm.....I like yer intro.....now dont be trying to pretend you are old....cuz yer not........when do you finish college.....ehehehehehhehe
stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 21.10.2004 14:39

Well I went to work, came home, and now going to bed. Webmaster, is 7 UP and chicken broth what ya mean? Because that may be the only thing to have.

Well don\'t work hard today. Have a great one, and just think it\'s not raining anymore.



Love



Steph

No \"watching the step.h\" today. =(
  
Webmaster-Comment: .....best place to be with a cold or flu. & 7 - up is fine. But punch is a hot drink. Boil water and pour into tumbler (beware of the irish words). Mix a small spoonful of sugar and stir. Pour two measures of Irish whiskey - Powers or Jameson - into tumbler and stir. Next bit is important. Place tumbler on locker beside bed. Get into bed. Now drink the punch at your leisure. You'll soon be dreaming of your favourite Wyomingian and that better be yer hubby....lol. Next morning you more than likely will be fine. - Dont attempt to drive......ehehehehehhe. Serio hope your better tomorrow.....Slainte.
Patricia L. Pearson

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 21.10.2004 13:33

Hello, Marie from Texas...

Good luck with those midterms.

Pat