El's Kitchen

“Grab all the good”

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#21015 Jan 2, 2013
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank you Brighteyes...she is a little semi-feral who was
abandoned by her mother under our garden shed, oh, 10 years or so
ago...she is a house cat now..tiny little thing. Diagnosis is half
the battle, so we will take one step at a time. The Vet has all
the patience in the world, helps to have a good Vet.
You would not believe the ferel cats in Hawaii. They are everywhere

“Grab all the good”

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#21016 Jan 2, 2013
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
Mickey Rourke would have been ideal!
Liam Neeson would have been my pick

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#21017 Jan 2, 2013
Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>You would not believe the ferel cats in Hawaii. They are everywhere
Pretty much the same in Rome and in Spain generally.
This one was in our garden though and so I felt partially
responsible....

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#21018 Jan 2, 2013
Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>Liam Neeson would have been my pick
Great choice Denny

“Towards Spring”

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#21019 Jan 2, 2013
Hi Everyone,
I'm back,
had a wonderful post Christmas holiday..
Every day was special and wonderful and
evoking that Christmas feeling, from
traveling that part of FRANCE, observing the vineyards
and wine tasting ... to sumptuous meals and
massive log fires,
but I won't go on, as, hearing every detail about another's vacation can be boring..

Hope everyone's well.. and I DID *especially* come by
on New Year's eve to sincerely wish everyone here a
Happy New Year..

Who knows what's in front of each one,
and, as well we don't! but, having said that,
we, each must make the best of what 2013 holds
in it's heart for us all..

“Grab all the good”

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Since: Jul 10

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#21020 Jan 2, 2013
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
Pretty much the same in Rome and in Spain generally.
This one was in our garden though and so I felt partially
responsible....
I always have cats in my yard. My wife puts out food and cats love to live in my boat. One time we had a feral cat that had kittens. It was very cold so I rigged a light in a box to keep them warm. The next morning there was a cat and kittens and a baby possum all cuddled together :)

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#21021 Jan 2, 2013
Deer Whisperer wrote:
<quoted text>
WELL! Enjoy the rest of your French holiday, Grace ... and Happy and Wonderful New Year to you!
Thank you for your pleasant reply DW,
so very appreciated.

Wishing You, & yours..
and that lovely girl.. Lilly ..
a prosperous 2013.

Sincerely

GN....

“Standin' In A”

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Since: May 11

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#21022 Jan 2, 2013
RMQuinn37 wrote:
<quoted text>
How R you?' Been thinking of you and Mrs Fish and the clan. Mele Kalikimaka and happy new year to you. I forgot if you're native or an halo.
Is the weather behaving? We've had quite the mild winter here. Work is going well and the holidays were busy. Played it low key today.
Be well and stay well! Glad ya came and found me :-)
(hi El, and thanks for letting us talk in your kitchen)
Things are OK lately, it's a long story.
It stormed last night, strong wind and lots of rain. The rain was good, it hasn't rained hardly at all for a LONG time, the plants needed it.
The Mrs and I are from Oregon and are of many mixed European backgrounds. I have French, German, English and others, and some native American, my dad was born on a reservation.'halo' is spelled 'haole'-
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haole
Yep, could be called that. I'd say I fit in more with the locals than the new haoles though. Left the mainland in '83. Haole is a derogatory term, and nobody calls me that to my face, lol.
I have a German heritage story... My Grandma (on one side- obviously) had a maiden name of Blank, which was said to be a shortened form of Von Blanc (sp?). So a long time ago, I was talking to a German girl and told her I am part German and my Grandma's maiden name was Von Blanc, and she said that's not German! That it's from a small country next to Germany, as I remember. So, I don't know much really.

“Grab all the good”

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Since: Jul 10

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#21023 Jan 2, 2013
Fisherman 808 wrote:
<quoted text>
(hi El, and thanks for letting us talk in your kitchen)
Things are OK lately, it's a long story.
It stormed last night, strong wind and lots of rain. The rain was good, it hasn't rained hardly at all for a LONG time, the plants needed it.
The Mrs and I are from Oregon and are of many mixed European backgrounds. I have French, German, English and others, and some native American, my dad was born on a reservation.'halo' is spelled 'haole'-
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haole
Yep, could be called that. I'd say I fit in more with the locals than the new haoles though. Left the mainland in '83. Haole is a derogatory term, and nobody calls me that to my face, lol.
I have a German heritage story... My Grandma (on one side- obviously) had a maiden name of Blank, which was said to be a shortened form of Von Blanc (sp?). So a long time ago, I was talking to a German girl and told her I am part German and my Grandma's maiden name was Von Blanc, and she said that's not German! That it's from a small country next to Germany, as I remember. So, I don't know much really.
My son lives on the Big Island at the south tip

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#21024 Jan 2, 2013
EL,

I like Graham Norton,

He is Irish you know, I suppose,
he is SO good at what he does..

Glad you got over CHRISTMAS ok...

Me too but I was dead tired,
I REALLY feel age is rapidly catching up
on me, really, I do!
can't hack it as before! really.

My sons were *nothing* short of superb.. wouldn't
let me wash a cup, sent me to bed the day
we arrived, as I was washed out tired from a
very early flight.. they had a beautiful dinner laid
on when I got up later..
attended my every need.

there was simply tangible love circling between us..

but..

enough of that.

you mentioned

'Mrs Browne's Boys'
lol

it's a scream, I agree,
and .. loke you say

there IS more to him than that.

I remember a live radio show..
a woman crying, stating that her child
must have unusual urgent medical
treatment that would cost 5grand..it
was completely out of range of
'her' finances..
before the programme ended, Brendan> "Mrs Browne'
rang in to cover the cost entirely..
saying he wasn't looking for praise for doing it..
but that ONCE he had been
where she was, financially speaking!

Nice thought..

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Since: Nov 09

Think again

#21025 Jan 2, 2013
Liam Neeson in Jack Reacher film wouldn't work well. He portrayed an ex-CIA operative in Taken, released in autumn 2008 and in its sequel Taken 2 released this past autumn. So,'overload' of two different similar characters might be problematic never mind the possible filming schedule conflict.

Oh, does Cruise have any ownership/partnership in the film group responsible for "Jack Reacher"? If so, he was a 'lock' for the role, I'll bet.

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Since: Nov 09

Think again

#21026 Jan 2, 2013
Grace Nerissa wrote:
<quoted text>
Thank you for your pleasant reply DW,
so very appreciated.
Wishing You, & yours..
and that lovely girl.. Lilly ..
a prosperous 2013.
Sincerely
GN....
Well ... lookee who's back! Glad you have traveled safely and had all the enjoyment you could handle!!

:-)

“Standin' In A”

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Since: May 11

Shaft Of Light

#21027 Jan 2, 2013
Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>My son lives on the Big Island at the south tip
It might be possible for us to meet the next time you come to visit him.

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#21028 Jan 2, 2013
Deer Whisperer wrote:
Liam Neeson in Jack Reacher film wouldn't work well. He portrayed an ex-CIA operative in Taken, released in autumn 2008 and in its sequel Taken 2 released this past autumn. So,'overload' of two different similar characters might be problematic never mind the possible filming schedule conflict.
Oh, does Cruise have any ownership/partnership in the film group responsible for "Jack Reacher"? If so, he was a 'lock' for the role, I'll bet.
Yes he bought the film rights. Look for a lot more Reacher films. There are about a dozen books :) The film followed the book very well

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Since: Jul 12

than your posts!

#21029 Jan 2, 2013
Deer Whisperer wrote:
Liam Neeson in Jack Reacher film wouldn't work well. He portrayed an ex-CIA operative in Taken, released in autumn 2008 and in its sequel Taken 2 released this past autumn. So,'overload' of two different similar characters might be problematic never mind the possible filming schedule conflict.
Oh, does Cruise have any ownership/partnership in the film group responsible for "Jack Reacher"? If so, he was a 'lock' for the role, I'll bet.
Hey I heard from a little birdie that you and that lilly chick were on the outs.

Would you like me to set you up with my sister? She's even better looking than I am!

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Since: Jun 08

Right here under my thumb

#21030 Jan 2, 2013
Fisherman 808 wrote:
<quoted text>
It might be possible for us to meet the next time you come to visit him.
Careful though - his rich wife is used to some pretty fancy digs when she travels - Mrs. Crain doesn't stay at no fishin' hut.

:o)

“Towards Spring”

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Since: Dec 06

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#21031 Jan 2, 2013
Deer Whisperer wrote:
Liam Neeson in Jack Reacher film wouldn't work well. He portrayed an ex-CIA operative in Taken, released in autumn 2008 and in its sequel Taken 2 released this past autumn. So,'overload' of two different similar characters might be problematic never mind the possible filming schedule conflict.
Oh, does Cruise have any ownership/partnership in the film group responsible for "Jack Reacher"? If so, he was a 'lock' for the role, I'll bet.
[Greetings DW]

Liam Neeson, it seems, is good at *whatever*
he does!

altho' and.. having said that...

" TAKEN 2"
wasn't as good as "TAKEN"

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#21032 Jan 2, 2013
Grace Nerissa wrote:
<quoted text>
[Greetings DW]
Liam Neeson, it seems, is good at *whatever*
he does!
altho' and.. having said that...
" TAKEN 2"
wasn't as good as "TAKEN"
I thought Taken 2 was good but it is tough with a sequel. I mean will there be a Taken 6 :)

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#21033 Jan 2, 2013
Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>I thought Taken 2 was good but it is tough with a sequel. I mean will there be a Taken 6 :)
Well said, D.

BTW...

Did you think he had a job done on his nose?
'I' did!

My son and I were discussing it in the cinema
when a>

'HUSH, damn it, folks'!! comment
came from the seat behind

lol!!

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#21034 Jan 2, 2013
Fisherman 808 wrote:
<quoted text>
(hi El, and thanks for letting us talk in your kitchen)
Things are OK lately, it's a long story.
It stormed last night, strong wind and lots of rain. The rain was good, it hasn't rained hardly at all for a LONG time, the plants needed it.
The Mrs and I are from Oregon and are of many mixed European backgrounds. I have French, German, English and others, and some native American, my dad was born on a reservation.'halo' is spelled 'haole'-
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haole
Yep, could be called that. I'd say I fit in more with the locals than the new haoles though. Left the mainland in '83. Haole is a derogatory term, and nobody calls me that to my face, lol.
I have a German heritage story... My Grandma (on one side- obviously) had a maiden name of Blank, which was said to be a shortened form of Von Blanc (sp?). So a long time ago, I was talking to a German girl and told her I am part German and my Grandma's maiden name was Von Blanc, and she said that's not German! That it's from a small country next to Germany, as I remember. So, I don't know much really.
Hello there Fish, very nice to see you here, want to wish you a
very Happy New Year.
That is a very interesting name to a genealogist, which I like to think
of myself as, lol...I do know that the surname Blanc is Hugeonot, I
believe that branch settled in Ireland....
Von Blanc certainly sounds German....have you tried searching for the surname on ancestry.com
Couldn't resist replying to you on this, one of my favourite subjects!
Hope you make yourself at home in the kitchen....you are more than welcome.

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