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At 15:05 on December 26, 2007, Dabhoch said…
LOL - I watched some of that movie over the holiday - Now I remember why I don't read Terry Pratchett much..!! Seriously weird..!! LOL
At 17:47 on December 24, 2007, Dabhoch said…
Nollaig shona duit..!! Glad Yule..!!
May your thoughts be as glad as the shamrocks.
May your heart be light as a song.
May each day bring you bright, happy hours
That stay with you all the year long..!!
At 22:07 on November 26, 2007, Marc Bohne said…
hey... congrats! your countrymen ousted a bush buddy! that is a good sign. of course, the whole world knows something that we in the u.s. never get to hear... truth.
At 19:20 on November 26, 2007, DeeDee said…
Canada's favourite coffee shop is Tim Horton's-- hasn't reached down under yet but when it does look out.
At 13:57 on November 24, 2007, Dabhoch said…
Well, how about that..!! Kinda thought that might be the case..!!
At 21:51 on November 21, 2007, John said…
Going for walks every day I breath in plenty of fresh carbon. I admitted I was a sad, sad, little man.
At 0:11 on November 21, 2007, Jillian said…
Yes, it is indeed a very time consuming and tiring from Aust to Ireland or the UK. Each time I go back Malaysia for holiday, I always need at least 2 days to recover. :) Hey.. looking forward to see you soon..
At 20:01 on November 20, 2007, Alison Hurley said…
Hi Fran, greeting from Ireland. Many thanks for the lovely compiment. Hope the storm wasn't too bad! Love the photo of the Dragon/kitten :-)
At 15:36 on November 20, 2007, Dabhoch said…
Thankee, me dear..!! I was born & raised Christian (JV Catholic = Anglican) but me beliefs now lean toward the neopagan druid persuasion... with a bit of Universalist Unitarian thrown in... confused yet..?? I certainly am, but I'm happy with it..!! I have a Pug-Tzu named Peggy Sue - she's almost a year old, and feels she owns the house already..!! I should post her pic here... BTW, failte go LiveIreland..!!
At 14:54 on November 20, 2007, Rusty said…
Hi Fran!
I can tell that you and I are going to be fast friends. I am a devout (but not fundamentalist) Christian. I enjoy anyone who is creative - musically, artistically, or humorously. Our taste in music is parallel. Please post some pics of your jewelry. I would love to see it. Maybe I can mail you a jar of my honey :-). Take care. Rusty
At 13:19 on November 20, 2007, Joe said…
Good question! I listen to quite a bit of Gaelige music, particularly Altan, older Clannad stuff, and a host of others. I've been picking up a few words here and there but recently I came across a BBC site that offers language lessons in Gaelige. Pretty basic stuff, but if you listen to it over and over and over you start to understand the conversations and get the pronounciation down. Don't expect I'll ever get the chance to use it, but it helps to keep the brain active. Reading/speakng and writing are all part of the process.
At 6:11 on November 20, 2007, Amy said…
thanks fran!! :)
At 3:40 on November 20, 2007, Keith Rankin said…
Hi Fran,
So were your relatives some of the Oz convicts? Hey, they could have been worse: part of the clergy, or a politician - maybe real bad, a "Tory politician". Sorry, sorry, I didn't want to ruin your night. LOL.
Smiles, Keith
At 3:14 on November 20, 2007, element said…
The plug-in is Java. you can download it from here:
http://www.java.com/en/download/index.jsp
It just click the download link "Free Java Download". This link is for windows. I think it checks to see what operating system you are using before it installs and lets you know if it is not supported. Cheers, element
At 1:53 on November 20, 2007, Dan said…
i only wish i played an instrument very well. I dabbled with the trumpet in high school is all.

The office is exactly that, that we adapted from BBC show of the same style.
At 23:26 on November 19, 2007, element said…
Haa Fran....probably not Canadian english...more likely man english. With man english it is much simpler (for most of us the simpler the better)...only eight colours to keep track of....salmon is for eating not painting your walls. Slan, element
PS: Stop by the chatroom sometime and say hi. It's often a good bit of fun and silliness going on in there.
At 19:31 on November 19, 2007, element said…
One of our cats, Omega, has taken it upon herself to teach us to catch rats. She brings them in the house, live with very little damage, and then lets them go. Once she does that she will just sit there and purr and watch you frantically try and capture the dang thing. She is rotten to the core.

Cheers, element
At 13:18 on November 19, 2007, Marshall Coulter said…
Long trip from next door to our "Land of Oz" (Kansas) to your Oz. You might look in the "Catster.com" site and may find local adoptables (they have an adoptable category). I have a contact in Australia and she has three beautiful cats she moved from the Netherlands about two years ago. I don't have my own site yet, but if I just get some more time.........I'd love to show my rescues and find some good homes.
Cheers,
Marshall
At 6:25 on November 19, 2007, element said…
Fran,
The baking pan is 8x8 and about an inch and a half deep...or I guess it could be a cake tin
With my lot I usually double the recipe and they still just about clean it out. I have sent you the particulars by email. Cheers, element.
At 16:05 on November 18, 2007, Edith said…
Hi Fran! Nooo, not a real mouse! My cat is a indoorcat and have only playmouses (he prefer the white one!).
I like animal too, big or smal!
Edith

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