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Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 25-Nov-2006, 11:05 PM

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Hello, I feel a little strange replying...I haven't been around in a good while---but it's good to be back.

Any how...I wanted to lend a word of encouragement the last two poets who posted---Keep writing and using words to express your inner thoughts. Some feed back though (if I may with all humility), I would try and go back and work on a little more structure, I think it would break it up and help the flow a bit. I'm no expert mine you...just a suggestion.

Just my three pence worth,
Roisin wink.gif
  Forum: Poems  ·  Post Preview: #174821

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 28-Oct-2004, 06:55 PM

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Dear Angel,

I'm so sorry to hear about all you are going through. Remember...Jesus is the peace in the storm. He can utter 'peace, be still' and all has to cease. I also prayed Susie's prayer for you...and all I want to add is"

Lord you said "In that day of trouble" we would cry out to you and you would say, "Here I am." Lord, touch Angel, use this situation to bring her in a closer relationship with you. Father reveal your love, power and grace. Lord give her Your Peace---the peace that surpasses all human comprehension. In Jesus' Name A-men.

Angel read Psalm 40, 25 and 139. I will continue to pray for your situation.

Love and Hugs,
Róisín
  Forum: Kirk and Chapel  ·  Post Preview: #91148

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 20-Oct-2004, 05:08 PM

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Dear Susie:

I will be praying for your Aunt, her immediate family and for you and your whole extended family ---I pray that the Lord will give everyone strength, courage and peace.

"Oh Lord My God, cover me with the shadow of Your wings---Let Your faithfulness be my shield and rampart. I will not fear the dread of night, nor the trouble that comes by day. I will make the Most High my habitation..." (Psalm 91).

Love and hugs,
Róisín
  Forum: Kirk and Chapel  ·  Post Preview: #89836

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 03-Oct-2004, 09:00 PM

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urian thanks for the brief review of "Ladder 49". Now I know I'm going to see it.

I recently went and saw "Vanity Fair" starring Reese Whitherspoon. Yes...it's a "chick" movie, but an intellectual chick movie. I really enjoyed the story based on the book entitled "Vanity Fair". Reese Whitherspoon is a wonderful actress. I have to admit a guy wouldn't last 20 minutes in this movie. It left the theatres and now you'll have to rent it to see.

  Forum: Ye Ole Celtic Pub - Open all day, all night!  ·  Post Preview: #86976

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 02-Oct-2004, 10:01 PM

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That's right urian...and in the right direction. biggrin.gif wink.gif I will pray for you and your dad. I know God can build bridges over the widest divides...He can open doors no man can shut...and make a way where there is no way. Jesus Christ is the way maker! So don't lose hope.

Love and hugs,
Róisín angel_not.gif
  Forum: Kirk and Chapel  ·  Post Preview: #86828

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 19-Sep-2004, 09:18 PM

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Hello Allen,

I am so glad your daughter is able to start school and begin to start on the road of healing. One thing I know for sure is that you are a man of great faith. The Lord will be your help in time of trouble. (and hasn't He been these past few months, eh??) You are a walking testimony of God's goodness and grace!

My suggestion is everynight when your daughter is a sleep is to bath her in prayer. Maybe just go in her room and pray as the Holy Spirits leads. And also pray with her before she goes to bed---Allow her to join in the prayer with her own concerns and fears. Next, the Lord showed me to do this for my own son when he was having a hard time in school and in his life in general---I quit focusing on his problem and started taking a greater interest in him and the things he liked to do. I took him to a few music concerts and out to eat---just me and him. I invited some of his friends to tag along on some of our outtings. Oneday we played hooky (skipped school and work) and went into the city for a field trip. These things helped him feel better about himself and also helped him let his guard down and he finally opened up to me.

I know you have to follow the orders of the officals concerning your daughter, but you can help her on your own as well. I hope these suggestions give you some ideas and help. I'll keep your family in my prayers.

Love and hugs,
Róisín
  Forum: Kirk and Chapel  ·  Post Preview: #84737

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 19-Sep-2004, 01:57 PM

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QUOTE (emerald-eyedwanderer @ 19-Sep-2004, 11:15 AM)
Happy Birthday Kahlan Eyre and SC Shamrock! I hope you have a good time. beer_mug.gif

I second that...Have a wonderful Birthday!
  Forum: General Discussion  ·  Post Preview: #84641

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 18-Sep-2004, 12:54 AM

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Oh boy...your making my mouth water dribble.gif

Rosemary, I can't eat after 7:30 p.m ... it's now 1:53 a.m and I'm starving!!!!

I'm going to try this recipe very soon---Thank's for sharing!

Love and hugs,
Róisín angel_not.gif
  Forum: From Your Kitchen to My Plate  ·  Post Preview: #84388

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 17-Sep-2004, 10:27 PM

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Hello Judith, Nice to meet you. I think you'll enjoy our little celtic family here at Highlander.

I hope to see you around some of the different forums...oh, BTW, enjoy the music as well. biggrin.gif

Róisín angel_not.gif
  Forum: Introductions  ·  Post Preview: #84369

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 16-Sep-2004, 07:09 PM

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QUOTE (CelticRose @ 16-Sep-2004, 05:24 PM)
I watched two classic Highlander movies last night. The first one being "Highlander" with Christopher Lambert. I actually own this movie but since it was on the movie channel I watched it again anyway. After that came, "Highlander, The Final Dimension." Actually, I liked it better. It was with Christopher Lambert too. I think he is lousy with a sword, unlike Duncan MacLeod, but I did enjoy seeing the movie.

for all you "Highlander" fans. There is a new Highlander movie in the making called "The Final Source" with Christopher Lambert, but my Adrian Paul will not be in it as he did not like the script.............oh boo hoo hoo hoo. sad.gif

Hey Rose,

I'm or should say I was a big Highlander fan. I enjoyed the two movies, but loved the T.V. series.
Adrian Paul---what a hotty!!!! naughty.gif wub.gif He gave the character Duncan Macleod depth or maybe it was the script and his acting that did it. Oh well, I miss watching the show.
  Forum: Ye Ole Celtic Pub - Open all day, all night!  ·  Post Preview: #84173

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 15-Sep-2004, 05:02 PM

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QUOTE (phoenix07 @ 15-Sep-2004, 02:52 PM)
Thanx all for the warm welcome smile.gif
& cute signature Roisin-Teagan

"Erin go braugh"

Thank you Phoenix...I love Ireland, so I want it to live forever!!! wink.gif
  Forum: Introductions  ·  Post Preview: #83956

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 15-Sep-2004, 05:01 PM

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Thanks Susieq and Rosemary! I guess I'll stick with this one for a while...who knows though? biggrin.gif
  Forum: The Jester's Court  ·  Post Preview: #83955

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 15-Sep-2004, 02:34 PM

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Welcome Phoenix...I hope to see around the forums!
  Forum: Introductions  ·  Post Preview: #83899

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 15-Sep-2004, 01:26 PM

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I'm trying out this new avatar. Recently came across some cool celtic designs...so I'll be switching back and forth for a while to see which one fits me better.

slainte,
Róisín
  Forum: The Jester's Court  ·  Post Preview: #83878

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 14-Sep-2004, 07:18 PM

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I really have missed you guys too!!!

I've been really busy with church, work and my three children these days. I hardly have time to even check my e-mails anymore. I want to give more time to my Highlander family---so here I am. wink.gif

I'm in leadership at my church. I head up the fundraisers and events for the church, not to mention youth leader assistant and I work on the altar prayer team. But what has really turn my life upside down is I've been getting up at 5:30 a.m. six days a week to go power-walking with friends. I've been doing this for about a two months now. We walk about 4 miles six days a week, and on Tues, Weds and Saturdays, I do an additional one hour pilates and weight training routine on my own. As you can imagine, for a night owl this new found way of living has destroyed my night life. By at least nine everynight I pass out from total exhaustion. My mind said stay up, but my body would pass out. I think my body clock is starting to level out, and I'm finally adjusting to this new routine.

Well, I hope this explains where I've been---Busy!

Right now I'm riding out Hurricane "Ivan". We decided to stay home. Everyone we know has decided to leave. Were getting calls from people who left 5 hours ago, who haven't got as far as what would usually take only an hour and a half to reach by car. We only have three hurricane evacuation routes to leave the New Orleans area. So right now it's bumper to bumper traffic on every major highway and on both roads that lead to our two major bridges.

Please pray for us.

Thanks a bunch,
Love and hugs,
Róisín
  Forum: Kirk and Chapel  ·  Post Preview: #83778

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 13-Sep-2004, 08:18 PM

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Welcome everyone---newcomers and returning family!!

Hope everyone enjoys our humble little community.

angel_not.gif
Róisín
  Forum: Introductions  ·  Post Preview: #83607

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 13-Sep-2004, 08:12 PM

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Hello Gabby,

I was so glad to read that you have found peace through forgiving your abuser. God truly sets us free when we find the courage to really forgive and let go---although we never forget.

Through your pain and growth, you are helping others find freedom through forgiveness and release. Thank you for sharing.

Love,
Róisín
  Forum: Kirk and Chapel  ·  Post Preview: #83605

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 07-Sep-2004, 08:24 PM

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I voted yes...because abstinence should be taught to our children just as we should teach them it is wrong to steal, murder and lie. It is a moral issue, eventhough everyone doesn't obey the laws we still have to teach right from wrong.

I had the imfamous talk with my son when he turned 12. Yes it was a bit hard the first five minutes, then we started to dialogue. You have to listen to your kids and how they feel, but at the same time you need to make sure that you are communicating with them and not just preaching or dictating at them. My son is now 14, and we just had another talk about sex and the temptations young men face today (believe it or not). I told him about his personally responsibility to himself and to God. I also told him that the decisions he makes to today will affect the rest of his life. In addition, I told him that God has a destiny for his life and to make sure before he makes any life changing decision to pray and make sure he is doing what he knows God wants him to do.

In my opinion, to allow the schools to give our kids sex education without the moral dialogue and laying out the moral consequences is very dangerous. Your giving the children the blueprint for sex without the manual. Parents need to take their responsibilities of parenting their children serious---do the job God gave you to do! Quit waiting on the government or some non-profit to do it for you!
  Forum: Kirk and Chapel  ·  Post Preview: #82616

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 01-Aug-2004, 08:04 AM

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Thanks! greendragonlady.

And urian, nope I've been off my meds years ago!!! tongue.gif
  Forum: Art Work  ·  Post Preview: #76413

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 31-Jul-2004, 09:41 PM

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Dear Allen,

I am so sorry for the news you have recieved...Please try not to get discouraged (which I know is a very hard thing to do). I will be praying daily for you. I pray the Lord will send His word to heal you. I pray His grace and tender mercies cover you like a warm blanket and His peace that passes all human understanding fill your heart and give you courage to face whatever lies ahead.
May God recieve all the honour and all the praise. In the Name of Jesus Christ, A-men.

Your friend,
Róisín
  Forum: Kirk and Chapel  ·  Post Preview: #76366

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 31-Jul-2004, 09:30 PM

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Absolutely beautiful urian!!!

I've fiddled with graphic design as art, but wondered if could actually be condsidered "real" art.
At university, I've taken a few layout and design classes and a graphic design class under the Visual Arts program...I really enjoyed it.

You've inspired me to take a second look at graphic design as a medium to express myself artistically. Thanks.

Roisin angel_not.gif
  Forum: Art Work  ·  Post Preview: #76364

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 24-Jul-2004, 06:16 PM

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Thank you very much urian...I'll try to blow out and not enhale while in the process of blowing glass. tongue.gif
  Forum: Art Work  ·  Post Preview: #75347

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 23-Jul-2004, 08:45 PM

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I hope this is an appropriate place to post this...It does pertain to art though...

Guess what everyone...This September, I'm taking 6 weeks of a Intro into the Art of Glass blowing (hopefully if a spot is open). I'm so excited, because I've always wanted to try this form of art. This school is so cool. The front part of the school is a store located in the city, which sells the art and the back is the glass, metal sculpture (which works with bronze and steel), and the print making studios. It is way coooool! There are over 8 classes available ranging in these different mediums from intro, intermediate, to advanced. I forgot to mention that there are so many different ways to work with glass---glass blowing, cutting, jewery, mosaics, etc. etc. They even have a silver smith who teaches the art of jewery making. I hope over time I'll be able to take most of the classes they offer.

Róisín angel_not.gif
  Forum: Art Work  ·  Post Preview: #75252

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 23-Jul-2004, 08:23 PM

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Todd...GREAT NEWS...PRAISE GOD!

I'm so glad it turned out to be wonderful news.


Elspeth, Hey sister you are in my prayers. May God grant you grace to make those hard decisions.

Love,
Róisín
  Forum: Kirk and Chapel  ·  Post Preview: #75247

Roisin-Teagan Posted on: 23-Jul-2004, 08:15 PM

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happybday.gif Aaediwen!!!! and Raven!!! (Sorry so late). I hope you both had a wonderful Birthday!

Love,
Róisín angel_not.gif
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