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Arianrhod 
Posted: 09-Feb-2005, 04:47 PM
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*waves to her book loving friends*

Rose HUGS..
I have to catch up on my DB , I still have not read the Firey Cross,,
so the newest is coming Sept 05?
I am glad to hear it,, and glad to be back after way too long of a break..


Good to see everyone !

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Posted: 09-Feb-2005, 05:07 PM
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Paula! OMG! Where have you been?! I have missed you so much! It is so great to see you! I hope you have been well. Welcome back! HUGS!

I finally finished the Fiery Cross last month! LOL so now I am ready for ABOSA to come out sometime in September or sooner!


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Posted: 10-Feb-2005, 07:36 AM
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Hi!
Life can come at you fast sometimes,,
and I had a few things that needed my complete attetion..
It is nice to be back posting here, and seeing all my old friends..

I am well , Fanny is absolutley a nutball of a dog..

How are you Rose , and everyone else ?

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Posted: 10-Feb-2005, 07:37 AM
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Ooo I missed you as well,,
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Posted: 10-Feb-2005, 09:15 AM
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Hey CelticRose
I've been to the pow-wows in Rome. They still have them there. I use to go to a lot of pow-wows but after having my 4th child and going back to school, I stopped going to them. I've recently started attending one here and there but not like I use to. I've been more involved with Scottish country Dancing and the
Clan Donnachidh society. So my plate is full. The country here is so beautiful. My family is actually from Blueridge, and ellijay. I was an army brat and didn't come to GA to live until my dad retired. We lived in Alaska and Germany for awhile. I mainly grew up in Alaska. Since coming back from Germany in the mid 70's I've lived here in GA and for a while in Virginia. Enough of me I'm going to go and get one of Sara's Donati's book tonight after SCD class.

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Gwen! You lived in Alaska? Which do you like better, GA or Alaska? I always heard Alaska was breathtaking! You have been to the powwows too? They have good ones t here in GA.

Let me know if you get Sara Donati's books. They are kind of big, but anxious to hear how you like her writing and the story.
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Hi!
Life can come at you fast sometimes,,
and I had a few things that needed my complete attetion..
It is nice to be back posting here, and seeing all my old friends..

I am well , Fanny is absolutley a nutball of a dog..

How are you Rose , and everyone else ?

In Service to the Dream,
Paula

Paula! So great to hear from you and have you back. Glad to hear that Fanny is doing so well. I am sorry to say that I lost my Teddy Bear dog this last year to congestive heart failure. It was pretty traumatic, but we quickly got a new Sheltie ........a girl this time by the name of Irish. She is a hoot and a real nutball too! She is loads of fun and gets along great with Niki. She is a beauty too! Look in the animal section and you will see pics of her. wink.gif
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Posted: 11-Feb-2005, 07:29 AM
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CelticRose--A far as beauty nothing compares to Alaska. I would live there if I could but I married a good ol southern boy and there is no way he would move to Alaska. So I told him we would have to move from the flatlands of GA to the Highlands of GA he agreed and here we are. The north GA mountains is a nice alternative to Alaska.
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Posted: 11-Feb-2005, 06:15 PM
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Quite understandable, Gwenlee! We are hoping to take a cruise to Alaska in the next year or two.
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Oh Rose, My heart griefs with yours at the loss of Teddy..
He was a very special wee soul..
I am sorry ..

But , you know , that I know how it is..
I hope Irish is a balm to your soul,
and a joy to your heart heart.gif

*runs off to see pix of her*
I still can NOT seem to post pics,,
*cries*
Gonna really cry when my new garden beds are done..
and I can not share them

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Posted: 12-Feb-2005, 06:20 PM
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Thanks Paula! Irish is a special one to us now! She has made the loss of Teddy Bear a lot easier for us. She is wilder than a billie goat and smarter than a whip! She is one very cool dog!

Maybe you need to resize your photos in your computer as maybe they are too large to upload on here. I use this site a lot http://www.resize2mail.com/ and size my pics to either 4x6 or 5x7. so far that has worked every time for loading pics on here. If not, load them to Photobucket and use the link to post here.
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Posted: 12-Feb-2005, 09:21 PM
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CelticRose I just wanted to let you know I got the book Into the Wilderness. I haven't started it yet but I will let you know how I like it
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Oh Gwen! I am really anxious to hear how you like it! smile.gif
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Anxious to hear how Rindy is enjoying Dragonfly in Amber.

Curious how all of you got interested in Diana Gabaldon's books. How many times you have read the Outlander series.

I love her style of writing as she has a way of making you feel you are right there and then there are the times where I am either laughing or crying. What do you all think?
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Posted: 15-Feb-2005, 07:47 PM
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Hey there Rose,

I haven't really had a chance to read anymore since I last wrote. I think the book is really good so far. I will keep you posted. How did I get into Diana, do believe it was you. I gave the Outland for my Tai Chi teacher to read. I will be curious to see if she likes it. What book did you like the best Rose?

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