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Good morning, all.

Five people posted in the first minute after changeover yesterday. Have there ever been six? Or more?

04/Jun/09 12:00 AM
Good Morning Worldly People.

Michael had a good night. More news when I get it.
04/Jun/09 12:00 AM
Good Maen
04/Jun/09 12:00 AM
Good Maen, everyone!
04/Jun/09 12:01 AM
Ha ha, fooled you, but I AM going to bed now - really!!
04/Jun/09 12:06 AM
2:30 To you all from Beijing.

I think the phrase "the exception proves the rule" uses a relatively outdated sense of the word "prove" - the sense that means "test", as in "100 proof." This is akin the the German, where More...
04/Jun/09 12:08 AM
Oh, my aching back ...
04/Jun/09 12:16 AM
Good morning, we had all night and more is expected today.
04/Jun/09 12:17 AM
Sorry to take so long to respond, I had not been to the site for days and had not realised that Billy had given her permission for me to tell all of the murky details of her wedding LOL Well, there are no murky details just a wonderful 3 days of much Fun, Laughter, Love and Happiness. She is one More...
04/Jun/09 12:18 AM
What have you been doing, Plum?
04/Jun/09 12:20 AM
Someone has asked me exactly how much have we done in the garden. I have posted 4 photos. The first and last were taken from the same window.
04/Jun/09 12:22 AM
what an interesting picture. Just hanging around waiting for my son to be picked up to travel to Ely, MN for the summer. Wish I could go along.
04/Jun/09 12:29 AM
My wild daisy patch is in full bloom - love it. I just throw the seeds into the dirt and hope for the best - this is my 2nd year of a patch of about 10 feet - full of daisies.
04/Jun/09 12:32 AM
my son wanted white chocolate chip pancakes, but alas, I didn't have any pancake batter. I made french toast and pushed in some chips on the one side - son thought it was pretty good - you heard it here first.
04/Jun/09 12:34 AM
Jane will be riding in soon on her bike, just helping you along to 22. I'm off to start picking up the front room -- when I was living in my parent's home - this would have been the living room, When I first got married, my husband always talked about the front room, I finally asked him - where that room was...
04/Jun/09 12:36 AM
Just took a stroll through the rose garden. Spectacular. Thx, GMo.
04/Jun/09 12:37 AM
all - hope all is well - now that you are oiled Keith - go for 22.
04/Jun/09 12:42 AM
Beautiful garden, GMo! Wonderful roses!
04/Jun/09 12:44 AM
Are we there yet?
04/Jun/09 12:45 AM
Wake up, Keith!!!
04/Jun/09 12:45 AM
04/Jun/09 12:45 AM
04/Jun/09 12:45 AM
Karen - glad to hear Michael is doing well. Hope you hubby is, too!
04/Jun/09 12:46 AM
Jaz - Sounds like you had a lovely time at Billy's wedding! Thanks for sharing the news, and I'm looking forward to seeing some photos when Billy posts them.
04/Jun/09 12:48 AM
Well, I ended up sleeping cramped on the couch because my hubby injured his shoulder at work. But I think I need to start taking my calcium/magnesium/zinc supplements again (and not stop) as it's such a pretty constant pain in my bones in my neck, upper back and hips and lower back no matter what. More...
04/Jun/09 12:48 AM
2:28 Hi to all.

Thought for the Day:

"Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around."
04/Jun/09 12:50 AM
Once again, I'm signing off early in the day. Have fun, kiddos!
04/Jun/09 12:50 AM
Plum - you need a good massage - and probably some acupuncture, as well.
04/Jun/09 12:50 AM
Mo your garden is a credit to you. What a project! It looks quite beautiful and serene.
04/Jun/09 12:52 AM
Andre, Maybe you can wear your crocs/Tiara to the UK Ceremony??
04/Jun/09 12:55 AM
04/Jun/09 12:55 AM
While suturing a cut on the hand of a 75 year old rancher, who's hand was caught in the gate while working cattle, the doctor struck up a conversation with the old man. Eventually the topic got around to Obama and his bid to be our president.

The old rancher said, 'Well, ya know, Obama is More...
04/Jun/09 12:56 AM
Thank you all for visiting my garden. I have found that if you smear a little rose oil onto a light bulb, swich the light on then look at the photos, the perfume wafts around you. Try it, it really works.
04/Jun/09 1:01 AM
Mmmm thet switch needs a 't' and I need a tea. Off to boil the kettle.
04/Jun/09 1:02 AM
HI all! How is everyone in Sudokuland? Hot hot hot in France today!
04/Jun/09 1:03 AM
Yesterday I posted a couple of photos in my gallery. I took the photos Monday of a large moth (abt 4") that was napping on the wall. It almost looks like a butterfly, except for the body & furry feet. Anyone know anything about them?

Another Thunder Storm came through yesterday afternoon/evening.
04/Jun/09 1:03 AM
Jane, it was such a wongerful celebration of Love and Friendship, so much so that I missed my flight back Melbourne, Hmmm the bolly didnt help LOL I am now going to catch up on some much needed sleep xx Thank you all for your kindness
04/Jun/09 1:06 AM
GannieMo - your garden continues to amaze and delight!

Eve - what do you feed your wildlife in Oregon? That moth is HUGE!
04/Jun/09 1:06 AM
Moths tend to be noctural, whereas butterflies are active daytime.
Moths go for flowers by scent or fluorescence from moonlight reflections, whereas butterflies sense a more or less normal spectrum of colour.
Some plants can be pollinated by either because they fluresce, especially at More...
04/Jun/09 1:08 AM
Fiona - I was just going through the last 2 days' posts looking for a post from you. I came back to ask where you were and you were waiting for me. Hi.
04/Jun/09 1:08 AM
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