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“TEXAS ... SECEDE”

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Hey FC if you ever get to Columbus, Ohio, there is a festival you would enjoy!
Love the tie dye avatar!
Hey there Boomer ... I'm sure I'd love it ... Never know ... I do get around, lol ... Thanks, I like the tie dye stuff myself ... my parents though, back in the 60's kind of shook their heads at me ... especially when I tried it at the kitchen sink, LOL ... Good evening to you, Boomer ... catch ya around the boomerang! Peace~FC <3 ...

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<quoted text>Hey there Boomer ... I'm sure I'd love it ... Never know ... I do get around, lol ... Thanks, I like the tie dye stuff myself ... my parents though, back in the 60's kind of shook their heads at me ... especially when I tried it at the kitchen sink, LOL ... Good evening to you, Boomer ... catch ya around the boomerang! Peace~FC <3 ...
Please check out the web site here, CommunityFestival.com and Hottimesfestival.com I think comfest will appeal to you.
PM and I can give you more info!
Peace be with you and yours.

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eleanorigby wrote:
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REALLY???? I heard it here first. That's good news for
Arsenal Sir Tally, but def not for Everton. How come I
didn't know about this?....:)
America we are first in every thing , ha ha ha ha ha

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Please check out the web site here, CommunityFestival.com and Hottimesfestival.com I think comfest will appeal to you.
PM and I can give you more info!
Peace be with you and yours.
That's very cool, Boomer ... My B-I-L's family (part of it is in Cleveland) and make many trips up there ... My baby sister and BIL planning move to either Nashville or Knoxville so won't be too far from there ... certainly a lot closer than Texas ... I plan on making the move ... I have reservations as Texas is my home but I want to be close to my family and the move to TN is getting closer to my older brother in Atlanta and my little brother in Detroit ... well, they live in the burbs, much better than in the city for sure ... I put those links in my favorites and will certainly check them out ... will definitely keep the lakehouse here and hope one day we'll get enough rain to fill up the lake ... it'll happen, just don't know when ... thank you so much for the links ... bet you have fun up there ... I'm so anxious to visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ... you've been there? Okay, give it up, how many times, LOL ... Peace~FC <3 ...

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eleanorigby wrote:
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I know....seven pounds ninety five for a bag of popcorn and
a coke, not even keen on coke, it's daylight robbery!
I noticed the lady on one side of me had taken in her own,
she surrepticiously took a drink throughout the movie...not
that I was watching, lol. Actually, she and her partner
were most kind, they had the end seats and moved up the row
to make it easier for P and did so cheerfully. Nice people.
Nearly 8 pounds? I think that translates to over $11 in Canadian dollars ... which means they charge you more there than here ...

The snuck in beverage is a time honored tradition ....

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Grace Nerissa wrote:
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LOL
That's funny..
Imagine the Doc.
'And my good man how did you get
this aneurism?'
'I was blowing the dust off my Christmas tree' Ha ha!
why didn't you let the wind do that! ha!
depends what you mean by "wind"?

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eleanorigby wrote:
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Makes life easier having had it done I expect Falcon...P was
in line for two, but there was a high risk attached due to a
previous medical issue....but, he gets by. He was on top of
the shed roof this morning (which was icy) fixing the roofing felt,
with me holding onto the ladders for dear life.
What was funny, was, a neighbour comes up for a chat while he is up there with hammer poised....happens every time. What can you do?
I have long said .. if you want the phone to ring or someone to show up at the door, all you need to do is get in the shower or sit on the toilet.... you might not hear from anyone all day, but guarenteed you will at that moment....

Of course, most of the time it is some sort of marketing call ...

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Flower-Child wrote:
Hi Franko ... too many pages to get caught up on reading ... so may I please stop here and get caught up from hereonin? Yall have a great rest of afternoon / afternoon ... Peace out~FC <3 ..
Hi to you too FC ... thanks for the shout out!!!

Yep, I've cut my TOPIX time to 1/3 so I simply can't talk to everyone and respond to every post .... nore even read every post.

WE do our best and always keep our friends in mind ...

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Flower-Child wrote:
<quoted text>That's very cool, Boomer ... My B-I-L's family (part of it is in Cleveland) and make many trips up there ... My baby sister and BIL planning move to either Nashville or Knoxville so won't be too far from there ... certainly a lot closer than Texas ... I plan on making the move ... I have reservations as Texas is my home but I want to be close to my family and the move to TN is getting closer to my older brother in Atlanta and my little brother in Detroit ... well, they live in the burbs, much better than in the city for sure ... I put those links in my favorites and will certainly check them out ... will definitely keep the lakehouse here and hope one day we'll get enough rain to fill up the lake ... it'll happen, just don't know when ... thank you so much for the links ... bet you have fun up there ... I'm so anxious to visit the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ... you've been there? Okay, give it up, how many times, LOL ... Peace~FC <3 ...
Hall of fame!!!!??? Oh yeah!
Late. More later...
Peace.

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franko wrote:
<quoted text>depends what you mean by "wind"?
LOL..indeed!!

Worse still I was going to write
down about 'blowing' a Christmas tree
but quickly realised how 'that one'
could so easily be misconstrued by
the alert brains around here LOL!!

don't wanna risk being thrown out
of THE KITCHEN
by the proprietress!(:

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GOOD news El,
They[ the budget] didn't take our free travel

bless their flowery hearts!

I'm satisfied with the outcome,
we have to pay a few euros extra here & there,
but not earth shattering!

Maureen, my Irish cousin who lives in the UK,
tells me our travel system over here in Ireland for
the 'oldies'[God help us, I'm one(:
altho'I still keep my brain well oiled]

is a far more generous system than that of the UK..

We have full free travel on all long distance trains..
coaches, city trams and buses, and can travel anytime.

How does that compare with you El in Wales for example? or the UK, far as you know?

“Grab all the good”

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Grace Nerissa wrote:
GOOD news El,
They[ the budget] didn't take our free travel
bless their flowery hearts!
I'm satisfied with the outcome,
we have to pay a few euros extra here & there,
but not earth shattering!
Maureen, my Irish cousin who lives in the UK,
tells me our travel system over here in Ireland for
the 'oldies'[God help us, I'm one(:
altho'I still keep my brain well oiled]
is a far more generous system than that of the UK..
We have full free travel on all long distance trains..
coaches, city trams and buses, and can travel anytime.
How does that compare with you El in Wales for example? or the UK, far as you know?
Good morning Grace and El and all in the kitchen. For any of you who do not know our friend S&P lost her Mum. Lets all say a prayer for her

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Denny Crain wrote:
<quoted text>Good morning Grace and El and all in the kitchen. For any of you who do not know our friend S&P lost her Mum. Lets all say a prayer for her
I am so terribly sorry to hear this Denny, I will of course look
out for S&P, meantime very many thanks for letting us know in
here, am grateful you did.
It's a few days short of my own mother's anniversary, always harder to bear nearing Christmas, but very sad at the best of
times.

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Boomer7 wrote:
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Groucho, wishing you a speedy recovery!
Do get some reading in and flex your brain. Watching too much television will turn your brain to mush! LOL!
I love some of the Stephen King novels. I had a pinched back nerve that required me to be prone most of the day. My wife picked up 6 of his novels that I had not read. I finished all 6 in about 2 weeks.
I hope that's better by now Boomer....

I found some books I had mislaid when we did the furniture swop
around the other week, one of which is 'Letters from America' written by Alistair Cooke...I read it years ago but am reading a
few chapters every night before I go to sleep, brilliantly written.

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franko wrote:
<quoted text>Nearly 8 pounds? I think that translates to over $11 in Canadian dollars ... which means they charge you more there than here ...
The snuck in beverage is a time honored tradition ....
That's right Franko, they have smaller bags of popcorn and a coke, that is only 3. 95 but it's hardly worth having. Imagine taking a bunch of children to the cinema and having to pay that much.
I took a milk shake in one time and produced it from my bag just before the lights went down, quick as a flash, the lady along the row said 'mind the usher doesn't see you, you are not supposed to bring in your own refreshments'...I was in two minds whether to tell her 'mind yours' instead of which I politely thanked her, but it's like living under a dictatorship!...:)

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Grace Nerissa wrote:
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LOL..indeed!!
Worse still I was going to write
down about 'blowing' a Christmas tree
but quickly realised how 'that one'
could so easily be misconstrued by
the alert brains around here LOL!!
don't wanna risk being thrown out
of THE KITCHEN
by the proprietress!(:
We'll have none of this sort of thing in the kitchen
if you don't mind Missus...hahaha
I felt a bit bad jokingly repeating what that fellow on Sky News
said about his mug, toilet humour not being our scene Grace and
friends, but it was funny when HE said it as he usually a dignified chap.

I lkie Will and Kate, the latest is she has been discharged from hospital, not the best start to her pregnancy, but she looks fine and hopefully all will go well for them now.

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Grace Nerissa wrote:
GOOD news El,
They[ the budget] didn't take our free travel
bless their flowery hearts!
I'm satisfied with the outcome,
we have to pay a few euros extra here & there,
but not earth shattering!
Maureen, my Irish cousin who lives in the UK,
tells me our travel system over here in Ireland for
the 'oldies'[God help us, I'm one(:
altho'I still keep my brain well oiled]
is a far more generous system than that of the UK..
We have full free travel on all long distance trains..
coaches, city trams and buses, and can travel anytime.
How does that compare with you El in Wales for example? or the UK, far as you know?
We can only be thankful for small mercies can we not Grace,
it the same here, they have left our Winter Fuel Payments
intact, and also free travel on buses, we don't have trams here
(more's the pity) and I don't think we qualify for free train travel, occasionely they make concessions on the mountain railway to locals...that's about it. That is excellent that you have the free long train rides....

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eleanorigby wrote:
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I am so terribly sorry to hear this Denny, I will of course look
out for S&P, meantime very many thanks for letting us know in
here, am grateful you did.
It's a few days short of my own mother's anniversary, always harder to bear nearing Christmas, but very sad at the best of
times.
So many loses over time. You are never prepared :(

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eleanorigby wrote:
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I hope that's better by now Boomer....
I found some books I had mislaid when we did the furniture swop
around the other week, one of which is 'Letters from America' written by Alistair Cooke...I read it years ago but am reading a
few chapters every night before I go to sleep, brilliantly written.
I have been told that in the UK they think of Cooke as an American while we see him as a Brit

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Flower-Child wrote:
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Good evening, Lady El ... yes, it's been 3 weeks and initially for the first two weeks I tried self medicating ... NOTE TO SELF: never do that again ... so as of today I've been on steroids, antibiotics, tessa pearls for cough, albeuteol for wheezing in the lungs and chest and nasal spray for breathing and allergies ... good old walking pneumonia and bronchitis almost landed me in the hospital with pneumonia ... sick body I tell you ... Jax was a trooper and would jump up on the bed with me, how did he know? Pooh Bear right by my bed, how did he know? What troopers they are ... My domestic helper an angel ... I couldn't ask for anything or anyone better ...
Finally, I went to the gym today, probably overdid it ... a half hour on cardio, hit the machines and the the free weights ... looked at the floor mats for the floor exercises and that's about all I did, just looked at them, lol ... an hour of exercises and I was just about out of breath, no more breath, did 120 ab crunches on my way out and headed toward the car ... this was after I made it to the bank and downtown to the docs to pic up some meds so I had a full day ... tomorrow, we shall see ... probably won't be able to move, heh!...
Better days ahead of us all, Lady El ...
Hope you, P and the furry one's are all well ... sure that's the case ... that is certainly my wish for you and all here ... Much love and affection ... your friend, FC <3 ...
Right here Flower....I had no idea...how ARE you today, good grief
you put an Olympic contestant to shame with those ab crunches, you must be feeling it today. Sounds like you went for the burn.
Well can only say that I hope you are feeling better and that the anti-biotics and steroids help and have kicked in.
I had to laugh listening to a comedian on the telly, he was talking about 50 Shades of Grey...and said he thought it was a Dulux Colour chart, hahaha
Bitterly cold here and raining, had a teensy sprinkling of snow but that has all gone, it is just cold. Oddly enough I like it,
I love frosty morning....can't wait to see some snow.
Damp is something you do NOT need at the moment, keep warm dear
Flower, vital you let the meds get to work and get back to strength.
Much love and well wishes. <3

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