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elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 04.03.2009 04:22

G\'day all oh im busy with my kids haa yes its like i got them all back only older ..oh its real nice ..even sean and reghan..oh mies im glad the ould fella is ok yes he stayes out in that cold .yest he want the heat at home..the comforts of home ah yes real nice..patrica thank you ill show reghan later on the cam 5 ..its greatlove lizxxx
Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 03.03.2009 17:22

Hi all....Hope all is going well with everyone.

Liz, Mr. Mies is all thawed out now...funny how he can stand the cold when out fishing but let the house temp drop and he complains about being cold...

Treasa, so sorry, since Ken is such a great loss in your life something like this will always happen. Maybe all we can do is realize that, brace ourselves for the hurt and live through it until the pain eases a little again. Easy for me to say, right..Hugs to you girl..
Patricia





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posted: 03.03.2009 15:13

I see there is a birthday greeting for Reghan up on the CAMS today. Liz, I took a screenshot of CAM 1, and e-mailed it to you. You\'re welcome.

P

Patricia





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posted: 03.03.2009 14:56

It is a beautiful day here, the sunlight is bright and strong and warm, you can feel Summer in it, though we had a chilly night.

I\'ve got a big old tire with a big rope tied to it sitting in the corner of my living room. It came with the Grandgirls on Sunday. I think its final destination is the branch of an oak tree at their Aunt Susie\'s house, where it will be an old-fashioned tire swing, but it didn\'t get that far on Sunday, so I guess I have to live with it for a week. Are tire swings peculiarly American, or do you Irish and Europeans and Aussies have such amenities? Great swings.

I\'ve got a lot of work to do today, I\'d better go start it.

Y\'all be good.

Pat
Patricia

Location:
USA - Florida


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posted: 03.03.2009 14:31

Mornin\'...

Micilin, I hope things go well for you.

Treasa, we have been thinking about you. It\'s not a straight and easy road, is it? We get knocked backward a few steps from time to time, and it hurts just as much as ever, and always will...but it doesn\'t happen as often and doesn\'t last as long. God Bless.

mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 03.03.2009 12:38

Hello chaps

Chiefs had heap big pow wow this morning, but hacks still in the dark.

George - Nice pic.

Treasa - Don\'t be sad, take Val for a walk in the fields. Always makes me feel better - if only for a little while.
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 03.03.2009 12:24

Hrllo all .well stephnie spring at last for you ..i bet you feel good.mr mies haa you love that cold weather dont you..you would melt here in oz..so mies if you need to thaw out mr mies sent him to oz..ok.patrica yes the frozen waterfall its great ..hey..treasa well you will come good again..ups and downs come and god..yes that money opened up all the sad moments .i had to do the same..but .yes it hurts but thats what makes us strong ..and take each day as it comes..god bless you..im off to bed good night god bless all love lizxxxx
Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 03.03.2009 08:31





I remembered that 2 years ago she had asked me to leave Ken\'s bank account open for a month, as his Manager\'s bonus would be going in at the end of Feb \'07. So, once that was gone through, I had the sad task of closing his bank accounts.. But seemingly, there was more money due to him, for holidays and other bits and pieces, and it was just sitting there for all this time.

It was such a shock, and brought me down and highlighted even more than before the great great loss that is Ken\'s life. I didn\'t think that my heart could break any more than it was already broken, but now a new little piece has broken off.

This life can be so cruel, and it hurts to live it, but the one thing I have learned over the past two years is that it does go on.... No matter how sad, or how painful, life goes on....

Will catch up later. Take care everyone...

Treasa

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 03.03.2009 08:31

Hi everyone,

where does time go????

Have been getting my head around things for the past few days.

2 years since Ken left me, and I had reached a sort of plateau, where I had learned to cope, where I was safe, where I was used to the pain but not to the loss.

Then, out of the blue I got a call from the HR Manager of Ken\'s company. She is a lovely girl, and her task wasn\'t easy, but she had to tell me that there was a sum of money sitting in their finance department, which was due to Ken.

Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 03.03.2009 03:18

Steph-It\'s been raining here since yesterday afternoon, I\'ll send some your way.

Pat-Yes it\'s a frozen waterfall & it\'s there like this every year. The only running water is in the Columbia River & that was under the boat. The picture was an accident, I was trying to get 2 eagles perched on the top branches of the tree. In the cold the shutter on the camera would delay for about 5 seconds. I snapped the picture but before it took a wake hit our boat & this was the result.
Stephanie

Location:
USA - Wyoming


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posted: 03.03.2009 02:52

Hello all! Well it was a nice day here! Springy and warm. High of 66F. Matter of fact I\'ve been watching to see if my flowers are coming up, and one tulip is starting to have leaves. I was bad this evening and water my front yard. Well without any moisture since Jan. 26 (?) It needed water. I can\'t wait for Mother Nature. I even did a rain dance last week, well maybe it wasn\'t as good as usually.

Anyways, I have some nice spring flower photos I could send to Webbie, from years past.



Love and Hugs,

Steph
Patricia





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posted: 03.03.2009 02:50

Quite a spectacular view on that pic on CAM 5, Mr. Mies, looking down into that gorge. Is that a waterfall I see in the background? It looks as if it\'s frozen, bu running water doesn\'t freeze, I think. I think there is a stream running away from it that doesn\'t look frozen. Am I seeing things that aren\'t there?

It has been very quiet on here today. Has everybody had the Monday blues?

I\'m glad your rhubarb is sprouting, Steph. It gives you hope that Spring is actually not too far away. Do you make rhubarb pies? Yum.

We are to have a frost tonight, and it had better be the last of the year, or I am going to have to tear some arms and legs off. I shouldn\'t complain, there\'s snow all across the country north of me, flights cancelled and electrical outages. I hope this is the last of the winter we will all see.

Y\'all behave.

Bye!

Pat

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 02.03.2009 22:30

Good morning all..well miclin the mini skirts say it spring and what does that say ..a young mans fancy ..well your not young haaa ah sorry i know ..its not easy being our age is it..not to worry ould son..im looking forward to the spuds ahh my food..love lizxxxx
mick (aka micilin)

Location:
UK - England - Southeast


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posted: 02.03.2009 15:40

Hello blokes

Lots of sunshine and blue sky today.

Even one or two girls in mini-skirts bouncing past the office window - must be spring.

Had a wander up the garden path before work and spied a couple of daffodils nodding their golden heads.

Pleased to see Mr Mies is home safe from his fishing trip.

Patricia and Liz- Safety advice on baked spuds noted.

elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 02.03.2009 10:03

Well im having a early night so ill say good night god bless all love lizxxx
elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 02.03.2009 09:40

Hi patrica oh i did not doenload photos of reghans party yet .but ill send school photod ok im injoying my son and his wife here we have been spending good times together its lovely..but im tired now been out most of the day...they got to see sean they have happy times with him ..mr mies ..well mr annette .i want him walking or elce..he will have his leg sorted out..right .a freeze out ah god man you all need to be locked up..with that cold god man ..only mies could love ya..ah sure so do i ..love lizxxx
Webbie

Location:
Ireland


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posted: 02.03.2009 08:11

Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 02.03.2009 02:58

Liz-We can\'t have a Freezeout in warm weather can we I\'m glad you have Mr A. to work on now, my knee feels the best it has in years.

Pat-Lunch was great, the Disco we used to cook the tacos was made for me. Now I can use it to cook anything you would use a wok for. It is made from an agricultural disc wheel, with legs, and placed over a campfire. There was some brisket left, which I will take to work tomorrow to fed the hungry masses there.
Patricia





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posted: 02.03.2009 01:50

Isn\'t it nice to see your crocuses and snowdrops popping up, Annette? I\'ve got a few azaleas, and I\'m waiting for the dogwoods, then the wisteria. We have some big old oaks here where wisteria has grown up around the trunks into the highest branches, and you can stand under them and look up and see those purple blossoms against the blue sky, it\'s gorgeous. Almost as pretty as Jacarandas. I don\'t have Jacarandas here, we are too far north, but Liz has them. I\'m jealous.

Where is Treasa and her story?

I\'m off to the BFC to read for a while. Y\'all have a good week.

Pat
Patricia





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posted: 02.03.2009 01:40

Liz, did you send out pics of Reghan\'s first day at school and birthday celebrations yet? You didn\'t send any to me. Damn, you forget me all the time!

Grandgirls were here today, they are so lively and full of fun, I am always tired when they go home. They are growing up too fast. You know how, when they are leaving that little girl stage and turning into teen agers, every now and then you get a fleeting glimpse of how they will look when they grow up, and I have to tell you, my Erin is going to be a beauty. Green eyes, thick auburn hair, lovely skin. I don\'t see it yet in Lauren, she\'s still a little tomboy, but I think we will have a knockout on our hands with Erin. And that\'s just a grandmother speaking, I know.

I\'m too proud of them.

Patricia





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posted: 02.03.2009 01:15

UNCLE DICK, I HADN\'T HEARD ABOUT THAT INCIDENT, AND I AM GLAD TO HEAR THAT OBAMA IS BEING PROTECTED. THERE ARE ENOUGH FACTIONS HERE WHO WOULDN\'T BE UPSET IF HE WERE INCAPACITATED, IT WOULD COMFORT THOSE WHO DON\'T WANT TO SEE WHAT HAS BEEN THE STATUS QUO CHANGED, LIKE BIG OIL, THE PHARMACOLOGICAL INDUSTRY AND OTHERS, AND THEIR LOBBYISTS, NOT TO SPEAK OF JUST DEMENTED PEOPLE. RUSH LIMBAUGH DID A BROADCAST JUST TODAY ATTACKING HIS POLICIES. OBAMA\'S SECURITY MEASURES CAN\'T BE TOO STRONG TO SUIT ME, HE\'S STEPPED ON TOO MANY TOES OF THE POWERFUL AND RUTHLESS TO BE BLASE ABOUT THAT.
Patricia





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posted: 02.03.2009 00:58

Liz, it didnn\'t snow here, but Atlanta is only about 250 miles north of us. It seldom snows there.

We had a low of 40F last night, and it didn\'t get any warmer all day. There was a high of 78F yesterday, and that is just a little higher than normal for us this time of year, but we will have frost tonight. Bummer.

Patricia





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posted: 02.03.2009 00:45

Nice snow pic, Dee Langevin. Snow is pretty when it has just come down, it puts a whole new look on the landscape. Thank you, I enjoyed seeing the picture, but I don\'t want to be there.

Poor Mr. Mies. Hardly any fish. I hope your bountiful lunch and your friends\' poker playing made y\'all feel a little better. And the hot tub, and all. I feel so sorry for you. Is any of that brisket left over? Send me some, if so, please.



elizabeth connolly

Location:
Australia


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posted: 01.03.2009 22:03

Good morning all..ah annette i will have to do what i did with mr mies knee..so ill be over with the big saw ok..tell him he wount feel a thing,,im a gently person..all the best to robert and franka..im happy he is well again..they are like 2 year olds haa..ah but in my mind they are..mr mies stop going out in that cold..i freeze when i read you letters...and share the remotes ok..or your knee wil have a work over..right mies..hey patrica snow oh my a place of sun..what next..love lizxx
Mr Mies

Location:
USA - Washington


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posted: 01.03.2009 21:12

Mar-Not many pictures as I had camera troubles off & on all weekend. Digital cameras don\'t seem to like the cold.