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 2:15 Good evening all!! Oranges and no lemonsSay the bells of Saint Clemens 18/Dec/09 12:10 AM |  |
 Good evening, Anne. Seems you are all alone here this morning. 18/Dec/09 12:17 AM |  |
 I wonder where John is? 18/Dec/09 12:17 AM |  |
 Good morning, Anne! everyone! 18/Dec/09 12:17 AM |  |
 Good afternoon, Anne & all.Those oranges are orange, and that statement is not a teleology these days - what with purple tomatoes and whatnot. 18/Dec/09 12:18 AM |  |
 Hey Shiela!!! Good morning to you!And you, too Rayray! 18/Dec/09 12:18 AM |  |
 to you, to you, dear Karen!!! to you!May your special day be wonderful with a and lots of ! 18/Dec/09 12:19 AM |  |
 I wonder how she's doing? Pretty busy with her two delightful daughters! 18/Dec/09 12:19 AM |  |
 Good morning Shiela, Shosho and Ray. 18/Dec/09 12:20 AM |  |
 Rayray, could be like the corn and potatoes here. Both were multicolored and a huge variety of color and size. But the scientist and and business men decreed that the yellow and the white corn were the sweetest and therefore the market is glutted with these only. We thought for the longest time More... 18/Dec/09 12:24 AM |  |
 A for everyone! Well today's the day for the performances for the parents and community. My little darlings sing and play the recorders like but behave like jostling and chittering up on the tiers. Sigh! 18/Dec/09 12:26 AM |  |
 Hello, Shosho and Rayray! How are things in your neck of the woods? Hmmmm... Interesting... two doubled up names here!Shosho, did you get all of your baking done?Rayray, have you stretched out all your kinks? 18/Dec/09 12:28 AM |  |
 Hey Shosho! "Break a leg!" 18/Dec/09 12:28 AM |  |
 Good morning everyone!Shosho - sounds like a hoot! Are you out on break at the end of this week?Hey Rayray, Anne and Shiela! 18/Dec/09 12:32 AM |  |
 Anyone for some orange juice??? 18/Dec/09 12:36 AM |  |
 Reminds me of Clementines... which I LOVE this time of year! 18/Dec/09 12:39 AM |  |
 WELL WELL! EVERYONE! particularly Anne (beacause we've met , but also Shiela, Shosho, Rayray and Vici who are making up the banter tonight 18/Dec/09 12:43 AM |  |
 Hello, fii! Haven't 'seen' you for a while. 18/Dec/09 12:54 AM |  |
 It is warming up here only minus 1 or 2°C now! 18/Dec/09 12:57 AM |  |
 Apologies Hi Anne et al 18/Dec/09 12:58 AM |  |
 GMo! 18/Dec/09 12:59 AM |  |
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 The smells that say ChristmasClementines and cigar smokemulled winepine trees 18/Dec/09 1:00 AM |  |
 Hey vici how are you doing you wordsmith you? 18/Dec/09 1:01 AM |  |
 hehehe - I think your score is higher right now, G! hmmmm - holiday smells?I like the wonderful smell of goodies baking in the kitchen. Nothing like the smell of sugar cooking! 18/Dec/09 1:03 AM |  |
 To: Karen You should be WINED and DINED. Or at least BEERED and CHEERED! 18/Dec/09 1:07 AM |  |
 Hello Fi, Mo, Vici and all. Just been writing out a few more Christmas cards. I'm very late this year and still have to do the local ones. Overdue for bed now as I'm very tired. 18/Dec/09 1:14 AM |  |
 Sweet dreams, Anne! 18/Dec/09 1:22 AM |  |
 Oh, my. Slept in today until the phone rang a few minutes after 9! Now I know what a log feels like. 18/Dec/09 1:26 AM |  |
 Who is playing in the Orange Bowl? 18/Dec/09 1:29 AM |  |
 Good Morning to everyone! Yumm!!! They look delicious! 18/Dec/09 1:40 AM |  |
 Sheila - d'you know? I had never, before you pointed it out, realised that 'shosho' was double-barreled. 18/Dec/09 1:53 AM |  |
 everyone!A smilie for Broni this morning And... Your poem is absolutely wonderful, Ray! A poignant message for us all. Thank you. 18/Dec/09 1:54 AM |  |
 Shosho;i have always beeen interested in how - in English and even more in Japanese - the names of colours are often related to type natural objects -especially fruits.Oranges are orangeOlives are oliveWorms are vermillionTangerines are tangerineKaki are kaki-iroetc 18/Dec/09 1:58 AM |  |
 Thanks Kathy - my most ardent and reliable fan! 18/Dec/09 1:58 AM |  |
 Your poetry makes me think, makes me sad, makes me happy, or sometimes all of the above at one reading, Ray. Who could ask for more? I am going to a Christmas luncheon today, must fly! 18/Dec/09 2:10 AM |  |
 Origins of Christmas Traditions When four of Santa's elves got sick, the trainee elves did not produce toys as fast as the regular ones, and Santa began to feel the Pre-Christmas pressure. Then Mrs Claus told Santa her mother was coming to visit, which stressed Santa even more. More... 18/Dec/09 2:18 AM |  |
 Yes, they are oranges. 18/Dec/09 2:28 AM |  |
 Good Maen, all! Rayray, I love your Christmas poem. Could I please have your permission to print copies of it as favors for my guests at a dinner party Saturday? As you may recall, I did that with your 2007 Christmas poem, and our friends were very appreciative. 18/Dec/09 2:29 AM |  |
 Good morning people of the world.Thanks for the advancing in age wishes.Since, you were visiting my page, I have updated news on Thing I and II. I could add more, but I do not think there is enough Internet space, so it is just little tidbits.Oops, the wee one knows I am on the computer, must run.Thanks again. 18/Dec/09 2:29 AM |  |

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