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“Denny Crain”

Level 8

Since: Jan 11

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#26014 May 25, 2013
Grace Nerissa wrote:
<quoted text>
It's all beyond words really,
Beyond comprehension.
Good to see you here El,
Sweet weather over here an'
da living is easy.
Wishing you a fine weekend..
And daily greetings to everyone else.
Enjoy your weekend dear Grace :)

“Denny Crain”

Level 8

Since: Jan 11

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#26015 May 25, 2013
tallyho wrote:
damn there goes my see you later speech
now a welcome back speech will have to be compose ...
We shall show mercy, but we shall not ask for it.
I would say to the Lady El, as I said to those who have joined this kitchen
'I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears, and sweat."
Thanks Winston

“My dog Ali.”

Level 8

Since: Dec 06

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#26016 May 25, 2013
tallyho wrote:
damn there goes my see you later speech
now a welcome back speech will have to be compose ...
We shall show mercy, but we shall not ask for it.
I would say to the Lady El, as I said to those who have joined this kitchen
'I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears, and sweat."
Don't tell me El has YOU PULLING UP WEEDS in the back!

Tut tut!

C'mon in & I'll make you a cuppa tea(: lol

***

Hi back Denny,

Hope your weather's as good ads ours!

“ain't she sweet?”

Level 7

Since: Nov 10

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#26017 May 25, 2013
eleanorigby wrote:
Grace, Vee, PFfff, Brighteyes, Denny..ALL,

thank you so much....

only couple of days and I have missed being here
amongst you like mad!

Will say in my defence, had a few obstacles to
climb to get here...will leave it at that.

Somebody has made coffee...the Kitchen is very
welcoming this morning....:)
We just wish you well always - good health, good spirits, peace of mind, and restful days. The Kitchen, this thread would not be the same without you.

Perhaps a challenge to explain since we've never actually 'met' but don't doubt you bring joy to many.

May you always have
Love in your life
Joy in your heart
and
Peace in your soul

The the best of wishes for you.

Quincy

“ain't she sweet?”

Level 7

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#26018 May 25, 2013
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>They really are priceless, that would be a great photo to have
Quincy...I like the fact that the name has been kept in the family
too. Plus, that makes it all the easier for genealogists.
Somewhere I have one of four generations also, taken when my Aunt
was still with us, so of her, myself, my son and latest addition to the family at that time my youngest Grand-daughter as a new born.
I've been fortunate to have a family who shared a lot of stories and family history. Perhaps that was also a benefit if my mom being the youngest of seven with the next feat being 11 years older than her. Lots of tales to tell.

“Poppies. Tower of London”

Since: Jun 06

Mold, UK

#26019 May 25, 2013
tallyho wrote:
damn there goes my see you later speech
now a welcome back speech will have to be compose ...
We shall show mercy, but we shall not ask for it.
I would say to the Lady El, as I said to those who have joined this kitchen
'I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears, and sweat."
Cannot ask for much more than that, lol...

see how thoughtful I am, saving you that farewell speech...
again! hehe

hope you having a good day Sir Tally and keeping well.

“Poppies. Tower of London”

Since: Jun 06

Mold, UK

#26020 May 25, 2013
Denny CranesPlace wrote:
<quoted text>Good morning El. Something sure smells good in the kitchen
Pull up a chair and make yourself comfy..I thought we would
have Chili today, hope you like it hot!

Read about the interest in your listings..that's fantastic Denny.

“Poppies. Tower of London”

Since: Jun 06

Mold, UK

#26021 May 25, 2013
RMQuinn37 wrote:
<quoted text>
We just wish you well always - good health, good spirits, peace of mind, and restful days. The Kitchen, this thread would not be the same without you.
Perhaps a challenge to explain since we've never actually 'met' but don't doubt you bring joy to many.
May you always have
Love in your life
Joy in your heart
and
Peace in your soul
The the best of wishes for you.
Quincy
Quincy.

Quite simply....Thankyou....:)

“Poppies. Tower of London”

Since: Jun 06

Mold, UK

#26022 May 25, 2013
RMQuinn37 wrote:
<quoted text>
I've been fortunate to have a family who shared a lot of stories and family history. Perhaps that was also a benefit if my mom being the youngest of seven with the next feat being 11 years older than her. Lots of tales to tell.
It certainly helps the cause when family is forthcoming in that
manner, quite the opposite in my family, people were reluctant
to part with any information..then all of a sudden they are not
there to ask..but in doing genealogy I have 'met' living family
via family history sites and also put two and two together with
the aid of bmd certificates. So learning has been one surprise
after another.
I read only yesterday of something which would be personal to
yourself, so please look out for an e-mail when I will put you
in the picture.

“Denny Crain”

Level 8

Since: Jan 11

Location hidden

#26023 May 25, 2013
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
Pull up a chair and make yourself comfy..I thought we would
have Chili today, hope you like it hot!
Read about the interest in your listings..that's fantastic Denny.
Hot as hell but don't put beans in it. You can get shot in Texas for putting beans in chilli. My Deer chili is fantastic

“Poppies. Tower of London”

Since: Jun 06

Mold, UK

#26024 May 25, 2013
Denny CranesPlace wrote:
<quoted text>Hot as hell but don't put beans in it. You can get shot in Texas for putting beans in chilli. My Deer chili is fantastic
Now you tell me.....just added Organic Kidney Beans....:)

“....VETS”

Level 9

Since: Jan 08

WELCOME HOME

#26025 May 25, 2013
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>
Cannot ask for much more than that, lol...
see how thoughtful I am, saving you that farewell speech...
again! hehe
hope you having a good day Sir Tally and keeping well.
tell in my thoughts what a very English stance from a commoner ...The woman, a 48-year-old mother of two named Ingrid Loyau-Kennett, later said she was trying to talk them down and keep them from hurting anyone else, especially children. Why did she put herself on the line when so many others stayed away?

hope the Queen expresses good wish to her
Grace Nerissa

Dublin, Ireland

#26026 May 25, 2013
Denny CranesPlace wrote:
<quoted text>Hot as hell but don't put beans in it. You can get shot in Texas for putting beans in chilli. My Deer chili is fantastic
Well then Denny,
You need a 'shot' of another kind lol

If it's very hot..

Now how cool is that (:

Lol

Enjoy the heat...while you can.

I heard Jack Frost is planning to fight back
When his weather comes!!

“My dog Ali.”

Level 8

Since: Dec 06

Location hidden

#26027 May 25, 2013
RMQuinn37 wrote:
<quoted text>
We just wish you well always - good health, good spirits, peace of mind, and restful days. The Kitchen, this thread would not be the same without you.
Perhaps a challenge to explain since we've never actually 'met' but don't doubt you bring joy to many.
May you always have
Love in your life
Joy in your heart
and
Peace in your soul
The the best of wishes for you.
Quincy
Nosey neighbour just
butting in to say

'What a beautiful complimentary, and ..sincere post.'

“My dog Ali.”

Level 8

Since: Dec 06

Location hidden

#26028 May 25, 2013
El,
I was out all afternoon in the lovely sunshine,
Brought Ali for a swim, met a cantankerous woman
At the river who asked me to remove my dog as she wanted to
Play ball with her dog and Ali was butting in!lol

Not so easy to say to a dog
'Now dear that game is not meant for you'

I politely said,'they all do that and there's little we can
Do, but, I'm very happy that they play together, if you like'

'
But she was having none of it..
And so I brought Ali away -
too old now & way too many times round the block to end up
arguing about dogs playing ball. Lol

Tho''twas a wonderful day and thankful to
The Powers that Be, that I lived to see it.

But.

That other tragedy is still playing on my mind..
I simply cannot stop thinking of it..

Can anyone enlighten me as to WHY no one came to the soldier's
Aid when he was being to monstrously attacked-
There were men there, we saw video of it..

Recently I was witness to a girl's mobile phone being
Snatched from her hand, just as quickly,
several young men leaped forward and gave chase after the robber.. which went on
for ages.. Being cheered on by the crowd...until eventually
The robber, became fearful and dropped the phone,
Then the case ceased.

WHY did no one do that last Wednesday..
Or intervene!

Wonder was it SO unusually shocking to see two guys
Trying to behead a man in broad daylight..
Surreal, that everyone became numbed..

I suppose I'd have been just like the others,
Had I been there,
Staring in disbelief..
And of little use!

I have absolute admiration for the young woman (0passer by) who
-INSISTED even to the killer-
that she wanted to go and sit by the body
(Now he had died of the savage injuries inflicted)

Apparently the killer said 'why, he's dead'
and
She said,

''I know,
But I just don't want him lying there alone"

What a very basic human wondrous instinct
came into play in those strange moments.

“My dog Ali.”

Level 8

Since: Dec 06

Location hidden

#26029 May 25, 2013
I meant to add,
That indeed, the stealing of a phone and
hacking a man to death
are light years of a difference

- as we all know-

And,
Yet in the lesser case..
folks joined in.. to help!

“Poppies. Tower of London”

Since: Jun 06

Mold, UK

#26030 May 25, 2013
tallyho wrote:
<quoted text>
tell in my thoughts what a very English stance from a commoner ...The woman, a 48-year-old mother of two named Ingrid Loyau-Kennett, later said she was trying to talk them down and keep them from hurting anyone else, especially children. Why did she put herself on the line when so many others stayed away?
hope the Queen expresses good wish to her
A very brave lady indeed. Put many to shame.

“Poppies. Tower of London”

Since: Jun 06

Mold, UK

#26031 May 25, 2013
Grace Nerissa wrote:
El,
I was out all afternoon in the lovely sunshine,
Brought Ali for a swim, met a cantankerous woman
At the river who asked me to remove my dog as she wanted to
Play ball with her dog and Ali was butting in!lol
Not so easy to say to a dog
'Now dear that game is not meant for you'
I politely said,'they all do that and there's little we can
Do, but, I'm very happy that they play together, if you like'
'
But she was having none of it..
And so I brought Ali away -
too old now & way too many times round the block to end up
arguing about dogs playing ball. Lol
Tho''twas a wonderful day and thankful to
The Powers that Be, that I lived to see it.
But.
That other tragedy is still playing on my mind..
I simply cannot stop thinking of it..
Can anyone enlighten me as to WHY no one came to the soldier's
Aid when he was being to monstrously attacked-
There were men there, we saw video of it..
Recently I was witness to a girl's mobile phone being
Snatched from her hand, just as quickly,
several young men leaped forward and gave chase after the robber.. which went on
for ages.. Being cheered on by the crowd...until eventually
The robber, became fearful and dropped the phone,
Then the case ceased.
WHY did no one do that last Wednesday..
Or intervene!
Wonder was it SO unusually shocking to see two guys
Trying to behead a man in broad daylight..
Surreal, that everyone became numbed..
I suppose I'd have been just like the others,
Had I been there,
Staring in disbelief..
And of little use!
I have absolute admiration for the young woman (0passer by) who
-INSISTED even to the killer-
that she wanted to go and sit by the body
(Now he had died of the savage injuries inflicted)
Apparently the killer said 'why, he's dead'
and
She said,
''I know,
But I just don't want him lying there alone"
What a very basic human wondrous instinct
came into play in those strange moments.
There's always one like that woman, don't you find Grace?
What a nerve telling you to remove Ali from her dog's space..
no right at all.
Her dog sounds a trifle spoilt to me, lol.

I really didn't know that was what that lady said to the killer,
how compassionate she is and how very brave...I believe she said
'rather me than any children'..had he turned on her.

I understand that people interviewed later after the atrocity, said that they thought that the killers were trying to help him, that they thought he had been knocked down by a car..which of course he had, their car, but when one fellow realized what was happening he 'phoned for the police.

I honestly cannot recall being so shocked over any taking of life
as this...this is a new low. I see a soldier on duty in France, has been attacked, stabbed in the neck, and fighting for his life. An attempted copy-cat?

“ain't she sweet?”

Level 7

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#26032 May 25, 2013
eleanorigby wrote:
<quoted text>It certainly helps the cause when family is forthcoming in that
manner, quite the opposite in my family, people were reluctant
to part with any information..then all of a sudden they are not
there to ask..but in doing genealogy I have 'met' living family
via family history sites and also put two and two together with
the aid of bmd certificates. So learning has been one surprise
after another.
I read only yesterday of something which would be personal to
yourself, so please look out for an e-mail when I will put you
in the picture.
Same with my husband's family - not forthcoming at all. Hence he is very interested in genealogy and the like. His grandfather was a baseball player on the Chicago Cubs and some other teams in the early 1900s. That's the highlight. The rest he has to seek out on his own. At least there's a wealth of resources available today.

“ain't she sweet?”

Level 7

Since: Nov 10

Location hidden

#26033 May 25, 2013
Denny CranesPlace wrote:
<quoted text>Hot as hell but don't put beans in it. You can get shot in Texas for putting beans in chilli. My Deer chili is fantastic
I briefly heard about flooding in TX Denny but didn't catch where. Talk about adding insult to injury after all the tornadoes! I hope no one was hurt.

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