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emerald-eyedwanderer 
  Posted: 30-May-2008, 09:01 PM
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Hey TheCarolinaScotsman, didn't I just see you on Myspace? lol Thank you and I'm glad you stopped in smile.gif I'll see you in other threads on here.

I spoke to soon, it just started raining here all of a sudden. Guess I should pay better attention to the weather channel. unsure.gif


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Posted: 30-May-2008, 09:13 PM
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Hi emerald-eyedwanderer,
I'm the Lady of Avalon from Canada, although it's the first time I meet you I see that you've been with CR for awhile now.
Well, glad you're back and hope to get to know you better.

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  Posted: 30-May-2008, 10:06 PM
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Nice to meet you LOA smile.gif Yeah it has been four years already wow...
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Welcome back, emerald-eyewanderer! Great to have you here as you have been missed!

My ankle is 99.5 % better. thanks for asking!

All is well here. Been having several photo projects.

Getting in the triple digits here in the desert...oy! Ugh! But the good side is not having to wear that much clothes! tongue.gif

Hope this finds you all doing well. Talk to you soon!


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Posted: 03-Jun-2008, 01:29 PM
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Hello everybody - glad to see you emerald-eyed wanderer. I like that name! I am tired of packing boxes and going through stuff. I am having to move my room at school (good thing that it's only across the hall). The main thing is that I am moving VERY SLOWLY to a new house. It's a very long story - too long to go into right now. The change will be good, and the move is not that far - about one mile from where I now live. I just hate having to go through things! Yuck! I wish I could wiggle my nose and it would all be done! Hubby and the kids try to help but it seems sometimes there are too many bodies in the same room trying to pack and go through things. You know the routine - one wants to throw away something and someone else starts in on some sort of sentimental attachment to an item. I know - I'm mostly guilty of that.
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Well I am back, sort of. As some of you know my daughter with multiple sclerosis has been very sick. She was in the hospital for 10 days going through plasmapheresis. When admitted she could only move her left arm and hand. She got out last Wed. and is now walking with assistance. It will take awhile to recover.

My youngest graduated on the 23rd of May and the next day we had a party for her. She told me she had 15 RSVP so I planned for 25 people. I ended up with almost 50 people at one point of the day. And they stayed from 1 until 10 that day, I was so very tired.

And last I have started a part time job at a local hospital. This is on top of my full time job. I have a very full schedule.

Gwyn-I know what it is like to move from a place you have lived at for a long time. I got to a point that I stopped sorting and just put everything in big plastic boxes and put them in storage and have yet to look at them again.


CR how is the foot? Triple digit temp? Yuk, stay cool.

Well I have to go I have one mor night of work. Take care

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sad.gif Oh Gwenlee, I wish we could all give you a group hug right now. This has got to be such a difficult time for you, so much going on. I am so glad to hear S is better, and congrats to your precious youngest on her graduation too!

Oooh, talk of moving day gives me shivers of horror. We moved two years ago to our present home, a little house with acreage out in the country, and I am so blasted happy out here its amazing. biggrin.gif But we left a house in the suburbs we'd lived in for 19 wonderful years... it was emotional to leave the home our kids grew up in and that we had so many happy memories in. And the packing, oh that was SUCH a hard task - sorting, passing along things we could no longer use, sorting more, packing more... Then when we moved in, trying to find the essential stuff was so hard! And I swear there are still things I can't account for! laugh.gif


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QUOTE (Siobhan Blues @ 04-Jun-2008, 08:25 AM)
Oooh, talk of moving day gives me shivers of horror. We moved two years ago to our present home, a little house with acreage out in the country, and I am so blasted happy out here its amazing. biggrin.gif But we left a house in the suburbs we'd lived in for 19 wonderful years... it was emotional to leave the home our kids grew up in and that we had so many happy memories in. And the packing, oh that was SUCH a hard task - sorting, passing along things we could no longer use, sorting more, packing more... Then when we moved in, trying to find the essential stuff was so hard! And I swear there are still things I can't account for! laugh.gif

When I moved into my apartment a few years ago, after living 30+ years in my parents' old house, it did seem kind of alien to me too. I had to get used to a totally new area, new grocery stores (I'm not complaining about one though. One of the chain grocery stores here in the Chicago area is called Jewel. The Jewel I go to now is a lot nicer. Our old Jewel is more like a grossery store biggrin.gif ), new church, etc. It's also still kind of weird leaving my parents' house (they moved too) to go home.

I remember I got up at 7 AM the day of the move and didn't get to bed until about 3 AM the next day. I was exhausted.

I then spent the next two weeks unpacking.

My mom still swears that some of their things got lost in their move as well laugh.gif !


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Posted: 05-Jun-2008, 05:21 PM
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Hey everyone!

I'm back at the library, using the internet again.

Last night, I went to the fireworks show at my church carnival and got some great pictures. My camera has a setting for fireworks, which uses a slower shutter speed.

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  Posted: 06-Jun-2008, 10:57 AM
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Gwynhwyvar it's nice to meet you too! Thank you biggrin.gif

I'm always in the middle of a move it seems. As I type now all my stuff is sitting in boxes.

Love the pictures Mike! I have to get a nice camera soon...
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QUOTE (MDF3530 @ 05-Jun-2008, 05:21 PM)
Hey everyone!

I'm back at the library, using the internet again.

Last night, I went to the fireworks show at my church carnival and got some great pictures. My camera has a setting for fireworks, which uses a slower shutter speed.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/mdf3530/

Fantastic fireworks pictures Mike! I never have luck taking night pictures myself.


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MDF, I can almost hear the "Bang! POW!!" while I look at those photos! They are terrific. Thanks for sharing.
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MDF, Now that camera has a cool button, very nice.
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