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ctbard Posted on: 12-Apr-2009, 03:33 PM

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Contemplating taking a nappie after too large of an Easter dinner, I'm soooo full.
Should be going for a walk with the pups, but it's so windy and chilly right now.
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ctbard Posted on: 12-Apr-2009, 03:31 PM

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Ohhh, I feel so loved..
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ctbard Posted on: 11-Apr-2009, 07:52 AM

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QUOTE (stoirmeil @ 10-Apr-2009, 08:29 PM)
Welcome back, and happy birthday! MSNCAKE.GIF MSNGIFT.GIF ::bee

Thank you1 do not lookk forward to birthday anymore, have been feeling very old and decrepid....
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ctbard Posted on: 10-Apr-2009, 06:50 AM

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Is the Irishrest and the international one in the same? I went to the Irishfest last, I think it was September, in Albany NY, It's a two day affair with LOTS of really good groups, Lunasa, Tara, Big Sea, Hair of the Dog, etc, etc etc.
Great bands but kind of smallish, not many vendors.
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ctbard Posted on: 10-Apr-2009, 06:44 AM

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Just siting at my desk at work with a nice cup of coffee, not doing a damn thing.
I guess I should be......
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ctbard Posted on: 10-Apr-2009, 06:39 AM

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Thank you all! how nice to be back! It's been a very crappy year, but I think all is good now!
Seems strange being back, I couldnt even remember how to post!
It will take a while to get back into the swing of things.
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ctbard Posted on: 09-Apr-2009, 12:18 PM

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Well I am back again after a long long while,I think its been since October???
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ctbard Posted on: 31-Oct-2008, 12:39 PM

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Yes, Happy Samhain and Halloween to everyone also!
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ctbard Posted on: 31-Oct-2008, 12:37 PM

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One of my all time favorites is from 1959, "The haunting of Hill House ", by Shirley Jackson, well, the movie was from 1959, not the book, it was scarey, but you never actually saw anything scarey, it was just ,insinuated, it was great, a groupg of people staying in the old house, it even had an old nursey upstairs, spiral staircase and everything.
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ctbard Posted on: 27-Oct-2008, 01:11 PM

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Very nice! i wish I could trust my dogs to have things like that, one of my dogs tore up my slip covers last week.
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ctbard Posted on: 08-Oct-2008, 12:55 PM

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Just getting up from taking a nap at work, thankfully no customers came while I was sleeping.
camac, what are you writing about?
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ctbard Posted on: 08-Oct-2008, 11:47 AM

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I'll be over shortly to beat you with a stick, after I take a nap in our shop recliner, which, Ulsterscott so genously gave my hubbie after his surgery so he could nappie at work when need be, well, I guess I shouldnt beat you with a stick then....
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ctbard Posted on: 07-Oct-2008, 06:57 AM

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Just got to work alittle while ago, kicking myself that I didnt pick up a coffee on the way in this morning.
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ctbard Posted on: 06-Oct-2008, 04:55 PM

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Just got done eating a big hunka pumpkin pie, which I shouldnt have done.
I'ts been sooo long since I've posted.
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ctbard Posted on: 06-Oct-2008, 04:53 PM

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Well, this is the first time in quite awhile that I've been on-line myself, as my hubby has been sick since his operation.
i don't know why fred hasnt posted, lazy bum, I'll have to get after him when and if I see him at work tomorrow.
We were suppose to have left Oct.4th for Ireland ):
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ctbard Posted on: 05-Sep-2008, 12:23 PM

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QUOTE (Camac @ 05-Sep-2008, 01:02 PM)
ctbard;

What the hey 27 is as good an age as any. Methinks you might be overdoing it a little take care and if you feel like resting do so. How is your husband doing well I hope.


Camac.

Camac;
My husband is doing OK, it really too ALOT out of him, it's really going to take a long time to get his strength back I think, I'm shooting for New Years.
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ctbard Posted on: 05-Sep-2008, 11:34 AM

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Contemplating taking a nappie at my desk...
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ctbard Posted on: 05-Sep-2008, 11:14 AM

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QUOTE (Camac @ 05-Sep-2008, 08:20 AM)
ctbard;

For me 27 was a bad age. On my 27th birthday, Sept 30th, at precisely 3:00 pm a group of gentlemen of the Oriental persuation did work grievous harm upon my body causing excrutiating pain and the loss of some exterior covering and musculature. The only two good things that happened at that age was I got married and my oldest daughter was born. Oh. I did meet L.B.J. that year.

Camac.

Camac,
Actually, I have no idea why I picked the age of 27, just came to me. I think really the age of 35 wood be better.
All I know is that this year has really stunk.
I need a nap badly right now, I've slept horribly all week, id I had a blanket I think I'd even take a nap on the work bench here at our shop.
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ctbard Posted on: 05-Sep-2008, 06:55 AM

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QUOTE (007dust @ 05-Sep-2008, 06:34 AM)
Well I will be shortly turning 40, and I do tend to fart alot. I think that officially qualifies me to post here.
There are two things I've heard from elderly people about aging that made me laugh. One from my grandfather which I wish I could repeat here, but it's quite naughty. The old man had alot of of Irish in him so you can imagine I bet. The other I heard on the radio a few years back. Someone was asking an older gentleman about aging to which he replied, "It's not so bad, the only difference is when you bend over to pick something up you look around to see if there's anything else you need while your down there." I doesn't seem to sound as funny here, I guess it was the way that guy said it that made it humorous to me.

40"s nothing, the closer you get to 50 you decline rapidly.If I feel this decrepid at 48, I can only imagine how I will feel at 80, if I ever get that old that is.
Oh, I would love to be 27 again.
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ctbard Posted on: 03-Sep-2008, 02:49 PM

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Anything thats chocolate, has chocolate in it, or even remotely smells like chocolate.
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ctbard Posted on: 03-Sep-2008, 02:47 PM

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QUOTE (Gillian @ 03-Sep-2008, 03:24 PM)
When my children were much younger, the "Halloween Fairy" would come the night after Halloween. They sorted their candy into the must keep and give away pile. The fairy took the give away pile and left a small gift for them. Win-win for all of us. I got the candy and they got a non-sugary treat.

What a good idea!!! I use to just have to steal my kids candy.
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ctbard Posted on: 03-Sep-2008, 02:46 PM

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QUOTE (Gillian @ 03-Sep-2008, 03:01 PM)
Supervising my children's homework and still trying to raise my post rating in order to have a decent chance at the Kingdom game.

Whats the Kingdom game??
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ctbard Posted on: 03-Sep-2008, 12:35 PM

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It's not bad out today, sunny and around 83?? think it's suppose to get pretty hot tomorrow though.
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ctbard Posted on: 03-Sep-2008, 12:07 PM

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Sitting here at work feeling really really hungrey for some reason, if ulsterscotnutt wasnt napping in his recliner next door, he could go get us an ice coffee and a donut.
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ctbard Posted on: 02-Sep-2008, 09:04 AM

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QUOTE (Lady-of-Avalon @ 02-Sep-2008, 10:01 AM)
QUOTE (ctbard @ 02-Sep-2008, 09:55 AM)
QUOTE (Lady-of-Avalon @ 30-Aug-2008, 08:50 PM)
Sitting here in front of the hotel computer while hubby sleeps for we were at the festival and had to come back he started to feel bad.
I think he had a heat stroke, now he sleeps.
Let's hope tomorrow will be a better day.

LOA

What festival were you at LOA? Is your hubby feeling better? I think mine comes home from the hospital today, what was suppose to be a week long stay turned into almost 2 weeks!
So right now I'm just relaxing at my desk with my coffee til I get the call to go pick him up.

Sitting at my desk feeling pissed...and reading some posts.

ctbard, we were at the hot air balloon festival,I posted a thread in the general discussion with some pics from it.


Camac,
You're having a smoke????? smoke.gif

Oh, thats right, I saw those, When we had our cottage in N.H. they had a Hot air balloon festival every summer, never did get enough nerve up to take a ride in one.
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