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Good Maen
02/Sep/07 12:00 AM
02/Sep/07 12:02 AM
Where is everybody?
02/Sep/07 12:05 AM
Good Morning. Not as hot as usual today. Trying to get in as much fun as we can before we go back to work and school on Tuesday.
02/Sep/07 12:05 AM

Hope everyone having a very nice weekend
02/Sep/07 12:07 AM
Good morning to all! Great photo. Who are these happy people?
02/Sep/07 12:09 AM
all another beautiful morning - another warm day with what should be a good concert tonight.

U-tube for tonight's concert of JOSH TURNER - chose TEARS OF GOD - you may want to check out the related like "You were always on my Mind". Hope yoy will stop by and enjoy.
02/Sep/07 12:09 AM
2:25 Good evening everyone.
I hope you're having a lovely weekend.
02/Sep/07 12:10 AM

Put a little bounce in your step. Enjoy the Celtic Women performing "Dueling Violins" (in a concert from Hyde Park, London, England).
02/Sep/07 12:11 AM
Can you believe that everyone was young some time ago?
02/Sep/07 12:12 AM
Joyful picture. Hope we find out who they are.
02/Sep/07 12:19 AM
The question is not who is in the picture - its when was the picture taken? Early 50's?
02/Sep/07 12:24 AM
0.55 but i think that the timer got 'stuck';
02/Sep/07 12:28 AM
Morning all - at work again. Very quiet here - will come back later.
02/Sep/07 12:33 AM
Hope you are all having a Great Day/night where ever you are.
02/Sep/07 12:47 AM
To all our wonderful dads out there

A Dad is everything

Dad what is it you do?
“Oh I just work in a factory”

Oh Dad how wrong are you..
You may not be a doctor
But you have nursed me when I was unwell
You may not More...
02/Sep/07 12:49 AM
Long ago and far away
02/Sep/07 12:59 AM
Good Maen Great weather to be on the lake. Too bad the fish didn't cooperate.
02/Sep/07 1:42 AM


In Sheep-town, the guns are now blazing,
for the sheep-gang have flocked into town.
Flock-folk from locked sheep-sheds are gazing,
for this gang is of world-wide renown.

Once of grass, now the valley’s laid bare;
they More...
02/Sep/07 1:51 AM
2:45 Hi to all. Happy couple on the photograph.

Thought for the Day:

Sometimes there are no perfect words...
only thoughtful silences that whisper softly of caring.
02/Sep/07 1:57 AM
If you have a favourite word what would it be... ?
02/Sep/07 1:59 AM
*had to have
02/Sep/07 2:01 AM
Came back to wish all the Aussie dads Happy Fathers'Day, but the ever-efficient Angie has already done it -and very beautifully, too!
02/Sep/07 2:04 AM
Happy Father's Day to all the Australian Dad's.
02/Sep/07 2:20 AM
A man is in bed with his wife when there is a knock on the door. He rolls over and looks at his clock -- it's half-past three in the morning.

"I'm not getting out of bed at this time", he thinks, and rolls over. Then, a louder knock follows. "Aren't you going to answer More...
02/Sep/07 2:22 AM
3:06.What a happy looking couple would be nice to know who it is.I think it could be late 40's early 50's.
02/Sep/07 2:23 AM
To all Dads in Oz, Happy Fathers' Day! Angie, you did the honors so elegantly! I had to save it for my dad come next 3rd Sunday of June (when we celebrate it here). Hopefully he'll be here then, but his heart is acting up and we're having to go to the cardiologist to check it out.
02/Sep/07 2:25 AM
oooooh, andré, great question.... so many possibilities... how to pick just one?

But I do like "sparkle".
02/Sep/07 2:28 AM
Phew, finally put the sewing down for tonight.
I have updated my
to Cats In the Cradle,
as a little tribute to my hubby for Fathers Day

02/Sep/07 2:53 AM
"Discombobulate" (? spelling) - it just has a nice ring to it
02/Sep/07 3:09 AM
RE: "White rabbit" discussion yesterday. When I was in college, we used to say that on the first of the month for good luck -- this was in Virginia in the late 60s!
02/Sep/07 3:15 AM
And if I'm playing Hangman - my favourite 2 words (because they drive opponents nuts) are "antidisestablishmentarianism" and "antepenultimate".
02/Sep/07 3:16 AM
André: I'd have to say my favorite word is serenity (which I hope we all can find), followed very closely by the word peace (which I hope the world can find).
02/Sep/07 3:21 AM
flibbertigibbet is one and another I quite like is lollygag...
02/Sep/07 3:24 AM
Huuuummm, favorite word, intereesting question. I have always liked how Tuscaloosa rolls off my tongue
02/Sep/07 3:38 AM
Some simple, common words are nice: - like 'giraffe' and 'graffiti'; especially when paired in use.
02/Sep/07 3:45 AM
Andre, your word question brought back some memories of my childhood. My fiather would tease us with big (for 6 and 4 year old children) words.

"I saw you hesitate in the front yard today"

Oh that one would get an argument every time,
DID NOT. . .did too. . .
02/Sep/07 3:46 AM
Perhaps 'giraffeeti' are giraffe's hoof-prints?
02/Sep/07 3:47 AM
Rayray, can you put giraffe and grafitti and sheep together in a verse??
02/Sep/07 3:47 AM
CP, discombobulate has always been a favorite of mine, along with prestidigitation
02/Sep/07 3:50 AM
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