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 TOPP of the page and day/night to you all! 19/Aug/08 3:11 AM |  |
 Shosho, have fun getting your room ready. If I was closer, I would come over and help. Have a great school year. 19/Aug/08 3:11 AM |  |
 Tami - sounds like you can enjoy the day off from school without the weather threat being too bad! 19/Aug/08 3:12 AM |  |
 Lovely day here today, and nice and cool at night for sleeping. Enjoy, wherever you are, and watch out for that nasty Fay, friends in the south. 19/Aug/08 3:34 AM |  |
 Vici, They just announced school will be closed tomorrow also. The weather is supposed to get worse in the afternoon and through the night. I have the days off but I am stuck in the house with my husband and two sons. All three of them are getting bored. 19/Aug/08 3:36 AM |  |
 Good mAen to everyone around the world. To all the Floridians - I have my fingers crossed for you. I spoke with my parents last night in Cape Coral. They were already having a hard time finding gasoline. 19/Aug/08 4:10 AM |  |
 I have never been to a beach party -- just draw me up some melted butter and put a big towel around me - and I'll enjoy a plate -- school starts tomorrow -- hair cuts today. 19/Aug/08 4:12 AM |  |
 When I was visiting my son in North Carolina (NC - hmmm where I'd like to send him for going to Iraq) I was watch the TV when we had a severe thunderstorm warning with hail the size of nickels in Onslow County. I told my son, I feel so sorry for the people in that county. My son answered, "Mom, we're in Onslow County!" 19/Aug/08 4:18 AM |  |
 Our friend who had the stroke last week is continuing to improve!!! Thank you for all of the thoughts and prayers. Their oldest son has come home to help out! Life is looking up for them! 19/Aug/08 4:28 AM |  |
 You know in California we have drizzle, rain with appropriate size rain drops, and fog real fog the kind you can't see beyond 5 feet. In the southeastern states, especially Florida and Georgia, you don't have reasonable size rain drops. You have bucket loads instead. Which comes of course very More... 19/Aug/08 4:29 AM |  |
 D.B. Cooper. 19/Aug/08 4:29 AM |  |
 Oh Debby, that is very good to hear. And here's a hug for you too 19/Aug/08 4:30 AM |  |
 If the above post had landed under Grannie Mo's post at the bottom of page 1 (which is where I thought it would), it would make much more sense. 19/Aug/08 4:33 AM |  |
 25 REASONS I MAY OWE MY PARENTS 1. My Parents taught me TO APPRECIATE A JOB WELL DONE.'If you're going to kill each other, do it outside. I just finished cleaning.'2. My Parents taught me RELIGION.'You better pray that will come out of the carpet.'3. My Parents taught me More... 19/Aug/08 4:34 AM |  |
 I expect you have seen that one before but I like it. I can hear my mum saying those things, I can hear myself saying them, just wAITING TI HEAR MY SON SAYING THEM 19/Aug/08 4:36 AM |  |
 Thank you Sammi for pressing the caps lock 19/Aug/08 4:37 AM |  |
 Sure, GMo ... blame it on the cat ... 19/Aug/08 4:40 AM |  |
 GMo - this cat and mouse are for you and Sammie. Can't get enough of "reasons I owe my parents"! thanks. 19/Aug/08 4:43 AM |  |
 Shosho - Thank you I drove to Florida 5 years ago in August. It poured off and on the whole length of Florida. (We went down to Cape Coral to my parents.) You would be driving 70+ MPH and all the sudden traffic would be doing 35 MPH with their emgerency flashers on! I had never More... 19/Aug/08 4:43 AM |  |
 Debby - great news about your friends recovery - thanks for sharing that 19/Aug/08 4:44 AM |  |
 all - still morning here (barely). I haven't read all of the posts yet, need to get caught up. As the old timers have said - there are changes - or maybe phases - got me thinking - my U-tube: Blood, Sweat & Tears - "SMILING PHASES" More... 19/Aug/08 4:45 AM |  |
 Ruby, I googled D B Cooper, he'd be an old man now. Do you think the FBI know he didn't survive 'cos they nobbled his parachutes?It takes a lot to get me into a plane, jumping out from a great height definitely wouldn't be for me 19/Aug/08 5:01 AM |  |
 2:57 Until I saw the caption I thought it was the archetypical Aussie "throw some shrimp on the barbie." Someone else has probably already said the same thing, but I can't read through the posts today, sorry. 19/Aug/08 5:18 AM |  |
 Debby - so glad to hear your friend is doing better! 19/Aug/08 5:19 AM |  |
 Debby & Shosho - We aren't the only ones that have torrential downpours. Many times when I was enroute from Richmond, VA to Chicago, IL for family gatherings or class reunions in the summer, I would be hit by a monsoon - usually when I was someplace like downtown Louisville, KY or downtown More... 19/Aug/08 5:25 AM |  |
 Mmmmmmm. Looks like lobster to me. Or very, very, very large prawns! 19/Aug/08 5:32 AM |  |
 Looks like Langostino to me. No large claws. We have those short, torrential downpours here. And they're very localized, mainly over a 2 or three mile radius. Debby... Great news about your friend. With good therapy nowadays, the prognosis for complete recovery can be really good. 19/Aug/08 5:58 AM |  |
 Dave moved to Texas and bought a donkey from a farmer for \$100.00. The farmer agreed to deliver the donkey the next day. The next day he drove up and said, 'Sorry son, but I have some bad news, the donkey died.' Dave replied, 'Well, then just give me my money back.' The farmer said, 'Can't More... 19/Aug/08 6:08 AM |  |
 Good afternoon to all! Is this by any chance a photo submited by Helena in South Africa? The picture makes me hungry. 19/Aug/08 6:14 AM |  |
 and for your previous joke... 19/Aug/08 6:17 AM |  |
 Sorry Mo, but I never did map out my world trip. I just couldn't decide on the routing I wanted. However, I'll answer Vici's question, and if that works out, I'll let everyone go on a world tour! 19/Aug/08 6:18 AM |  |
 Vici, one person, one question.... Well, I'm greedy. I would like to ask John D. Rockefeller if he would allow me to buy \$5000 worth of shares in Standard Oil in 1875. 19/Aug/08 6:20 AM |  |
 Letter Home From the Hillbilly in the ArmyDear Ma and Pa:Am well. Hope you are. Tell brother Walt and brother Elmer the Army beats working for old man Minch by a mile. Tell them to join up quick before maybe all the places are filled.I was restless at first because you got to stay in More... 19/Aug/08 6:24 AM |  |
 CG, I'm going to send that to my son but I'm going to change the army to Marines. 19/Aug/08 6:47 AM |  |
 GannieMo I have got to send your list to my friends soooo ! 19/Aug/08 6:49 AM |  |
 Debby, glad to hear your friend is improving. Prayers for a good recovery. 19/Aug/08 6:50 AM |  |
 CG - Brilliant! (re: question) Loved the joke and Jim's too...thanks for keeping us in chuckles today! 19/Aug/08 6:56 AM |  |
 In view of GrMo's invention of the word 'Plunnel'I have upgraded the verse about Bean's journey: BEAN’S PLUNNELMy rafters shiver, windows shake;Is this a richter-10 earthquake?No! It’s Bean’s reverberator,in the form of her mighty excavator. It’s raised yet More... 19/Aug/08 6:59 AM |  |
 Rayray - one of your best ever! (well, at least since I've been here) 19/Aug/08 7:04 AM |  |
 *Sorry! The penultimate line should read: "In winter, spring; in summer; fall;" 19/Aug/08 7:16 AM |  |

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