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and, in still other news.........

last night I dreamed I was with Patrick Swayze and his wife, on some small boat in the Caribbean, they made me call in "late" to work at some receptionist job I had, and wouldn't let me go back to shore..... :blink: They were really lovely, just wouldn't let me go back and told me it made no sense to go in late.

The waters were that really gorgeous, clear blue, with large creatures swimming beneath.....

what does it mean???????

That you have a thing for Patrick Swayze?

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The waters were that really gorgeous, clear blue, with large creatures swimming beneath.....

what does it mean???????

Hmmm............you think everything in your life is going smoothly (gorgeous water), but something just below the surface is going to rock your boat (large creatures). It will be a good thing (Carribean), but you are not so sure. You want to continue with your mundane, albeit safe life (receptionist), but your friends (Swayzes) know it is in your own best interest to stay and face what is coming.

:P:lol:

Merry Christmas, Llamalady!.........drunken animals on fermented fruit! :rolleyes::lol:

I have been very good.......no misery of the excesses for me!

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Well. .. . . ....yes, wy aare royyalty of thee hyghst clybre.....therefore, it is time to start throwing in some good ol' Middle English fromme tyme to tyme........

Dear gawd.. . .can we survive it???

:lol: tymme will tell

That you have a thing for Patrick Swayze?

:blink: um, no, not at all.....but I DID see a clip from their interview w/ Barbara Walters last night, before I drifted off, in my mildly nauseated (but not even REMOTELY phaefie-fied) state of potato chips and absinthe haze :lol:

Hmmm............you think everything in your life is going smoothly (gorgeous water), but something just below the surface is going to rock your boat (large creatures). It will be a good thing (Carribean), but you are not so sure. You want to continue with your mundane, albeit safe life (receptionist), but your friends (Swayzes) know it is in your own best interest to stay and face what is coming.

:o

:lol: :lol: :lol: absolutely SUPERB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hee........little blue google ads are freaking out about candles :P

:unsure: how do they KNOW everything???????????

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Llamalady!!!!!!......where'd you go??? :unsure:

I saw you posting.....do we get any more clues??? :)

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:unsure: how do they KNOW everything???????????

They probly have a logarithm that detects keywords on the page and finds ads that are pertinent.

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They probly have a logarithm that detects keywords on the page and finds ads that are pertinent.

Don't listen to her Soozle.......methinks the Twa have a hand in this!........yeah....that's right.....little blue Twa....... :o <gasp!>...........SMURFS!!!

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To strike a set means to take it down. We also struck the props and costumes. The play is done. We had good houses, but unfortunately the last show was canceled 'cause of snow.

Must go bathe. Just came home for a snack before the party :angry: *sigh*

Maybe I should be glad that I don't have to lie to everyone about how tasty their store-bought, preservative laden food is. :P

Note to self. Must call Mom and thank her for teaching me how to cook.

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BTW.......oh, Bunniiieeeee.....you have some 'splainin to do! <_<

I saw Llamalady posting, and then she disappeared.........and then YOUR post shows up. :unsure: ...........I never saw your name at the bottom! :o:huh:

What did you do with Llamalady??? :blink:

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Llamalady!!!!!!......where'd you go???

I saw you posting.....do we get any more clues??? :)

:lol: oh how she TOYS with us!!!!!!!!!!!

Must go bathe. Just came home for a snack before the party :angry: *sigh*

:lol: at first I read this that you were very angry that you had to bathe

BTW.......oh, Bunniiieeeee.....you have some 'splainin to do! <_<

I saw Llamalady posting, and then she disappeared.........and then YOUR post shows up. :unsure: ...........I never saw your name at the bottom! :o:huh:

What did you do with Llamalady??? :blink:

:o

:lol: :lol: oh my gawd!!!!!!!! is the Bunnie the Llama????????

*********

sillies - - some amazing things are transpiring over here :o

I must ponder all of it before........before...........well, before I probably decide that I won't post anything about it

:lol:

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and, in still other news.........

last night I dreamed I was with Patrick Swayze and his wife, on some small boat in the Caribbean, they made me call in "late" to work at some receptionist job I had, and wouldn't let me go back to shore..... :blink: They were really lovely, just wouldn't let me go back and told me it made no sense to go in late.

The waters were that really gorgeous, clear blue, with large creatures swimming beneath.....

what does it mean???????

<_< I think your dream means that you might have been injesting phermeted cranberries or grapes. Another explanitation is what ever you are on, I want some too... although maybe not, because I do not like the fear and anxiety of a 9 to 5 job especially when I am on a boat. :P

The creatures you described are very similar to creatures serounding llama land. (llary the sea serpent)

The fact that you were so close to llama land in your dream , remember the map that i drew for you? perhaps you are stalking me. ;):ph34r::(

now about the shakspear stuff you guys want to trip on ( oh sorry i am one of you and i am not allowed to say yous guys any more synce i posted so many times.) That may komplikate things sins we cant spell... and that Henry the 8th stuff gets a bit confysing, iam confused enoughf :P

Now about the Amputee thing I don't know ?...... (altough my pheelings are hurting :(

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHapMnqSeR8

http://media.photobucket.com/image/llama%2...p.jpg?o=4"]

-LL Oh and if you guys reallllly llike me that much then I will tell you this, Thank you soooo much and have a jolly holiday :P

HINT BELOW!!!!

I'm bloated *burp*

http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/llama

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sillies - - some amazing things are transpiring over here :o

I must ponder all of it before........before...........well, before I probably decide that I won't post anything about it

:lol:

Hey!

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Hey!

Ditto.

And no, I'm not the llama lady nor have I made off with her. Incidentally, why is it we assume it's a llamma 'lady'?

In other news, one of my old amalgam fillings started to fall apart a bit ago. Does anyone think that qualifies as an 'emergency' (doesn't hurt at all)? I found some holistic dentists in the area (sort of) but noone's open til Monday, but they all have the 'If this is an emergency, please contact:'

What do you guys think? I found a place that's open over the weekend but their answer was, "Well, there's no proof that removing amalgams hurts anybody and I guess we can put a rubber dam in there if you want." Wrong answer. Is there some kind of paste I can concoct at home and put in there temporarily? I'm scared to eat.

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Phermented Phlora and de-phlaming posh phig candle phyres phrantically :lol::lol:

Last night I had to pull out my gigantic History of the British Monarchy book to read a bit on Henry VIII.

There is an image of one of his letters to Anne Boleyn and - I'd like to give you a few sentences from it:

"Campeggio aryvyd att Parys on Sonday or Munday last past, so that I trust by the next Munday to here off hys aryvall att Cales........."

and

"....no more to yow at thys present, myne owne darlyng, for lake off tyme, but that I wolde you were in mine armes or I in yours, for I thynk it long syns I kyst yow"

:o so either - I am thinking that King Henry was a PSYLLIE, or that........

we actually are royalty????

I think BOTH!!!! We are no doubt royalty and he is quite Psilly in his writing.

Lurved The Other Boleyn Girl....just too much material spanning so many years crammed into the short 2 hours <_< ....but Eric Bana, yummy, and on laminate list toot suite!!

To strike a set means to take it down. We also struck the props and costumes. The play is done. We had good houses, but unfortunately the last show was canceled 'cause of snow.

Did you tell us when the play was and talk about it whilst it was going on/after opening night???....am scratching my head about this, was I that out of it that I missed you discussing doing the actual play?!?!?!

sillies - - some amazing things are transpiring over here :o

I must ponder all of it before........before...........well, before I probably decide that I won't post anything about it

Spill it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hi Llama Lady :D

Where be Amanda, Bev, Peter, and Judy????

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My dad, watching her intently as she begins to try to tackle "Crucible", perhaps by breaking it down into syllables, suddenly says quietly, "The Crucible?".........

Isn't that something! Bless their hearts--all these years together has put them on the very same wavelength :D

I look like a bowling pin... :lol:

Well hi there, LL!! :D Under normal circumstances, this sentence might appear odd...... :lol: Not here, though :P

STRICT Edna starts for me tomorrow!!!!!!

(as I sit here and eat the last of my creme de menthe brownies for breakfast :lol:)

:lol: I hear ya Julie! Mine WILL begin on Monday. JP and Jen are coming tomorrow for our family Christmas dinner, so I'm partying one more day. I've been cooking me darn (sorry Jan-it) fool head off today. I just made a huge pan of German potato salad, pistaschio salad, 5 bean salad, and a chocolate pie. Tomorrow, I'm doing the roast pork, candied carrots w/ brown sugar and cinnamon, and tomato and mozzerrella salad. Not to mention the pre-dinner munchies. :P

I'm not gonna be able to phit into any of me pants pretty soon :unsure:

ANYTHING with the word salad in it is healthy :rolleyes:

bacon salad

Hee! I was gonna mention bacon :lol: When do I ever NOT mention bacon :huh:

For MIL has gone to the next house for six days..... . . . ..

Another car to dent.....perhaps more neighboUrs to maim. . . . .. ..

Gawd, at least you have a wee respite!

we actually are royalty????

But of course--we have a Queen, don't we :rolleyes:

Patrick Swayze? Sooooze, I do hope you helped him get around the boat, maybe taking over the keel now and then.....he's such a sick man, right now. . . . . . . :(

I know, poor thing. He has the same cancer that me grandma died of, but this was 20 years ago, and so much more is known now. I'm really pullin' fer him.

Hee........little blue google ads are freaking out about candles :P

All I get is weight loss and flat stomach <_< I SAID Monday!! :lol:

I must ponder all of it before........before...........well, before I probably decide that I won't post anything about it

You can't DO this to me!!! You know I'm just too nosy fer me own good :P !!

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Did you tell us when the play was and talk about it whilst it was going on/after opening night???....am scratching my head about this, was I that out of it that I missed you discussing doing the actual play?!?!?!

Scratching here, too :ph34r: I remember you going to rehersals and all but don't remember you ever mentioning opening night. :blink: How could I have missed that? :unsure:

On another note--I can't believe I didn't get emoticonally busted on me last post :lol:

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Did you tell us when the play was and talk about it whilst it was going on/after opening night???....am scratching my head about this, was I that out of it that I missed you discussing doing the actual play?!?!?!

Didn't mention it much. The first weekend I was too tired. Second weekend kind of sick (poor little Oliver lost his voice completely). And third weekend was all that snow.

Just too many other things going on I guess. But it all went well, and an Oliver with barely a whisper is all the more pitiful. For one of Oliver's songs, the Dodger (who is all of ten years old), with 5 minutes notice, sang Oliver's parts with his (actually her) head turned away from the audience and Oliver mouthing the words. There are some pretty talented kids in the world.

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To strike a set means to take it down. We also struck the props and costumes. The play is done. We had good houses, but unfortunately the last show was canceled 'cause of snow.

Jess! Our resident musical thespian - - is this "Oliver" that you've just stricken down?

sillies - - some amazing things are transpiring over here :o

I must ponder all of it before........before...........well, before I probably decide that I won't post anything about it

Soooooze . . .. . . . .. did you finally meet one of the guys that you've been putting off a set-up with??... . . . ....and he's amazing??? Oh, I DO hope so .. . . . ..

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HINT BELOW!!!!

I'm bloated *burp*

http://www.albinoblacksheep.com/flash/llama

What kind of hint is that?

Could be that Llamalady is having an identity crisis and thinks she's a duck :unsure:

One thing I did notice is the name of the creator of the video........Burton Earny.........Bert and Ernie........SESAME STREET! I think this is a very important clue to our mysterious Llamalady! ;)

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You know, there's someone with a tooth situation over here!!!! Can I get some attention please?

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Jeez......

*bunnie hopping around w/ broken tooth, just shameful.

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sillies - - some amazing things are transpiring over here :o

I must ponder all of it before........before...........well, before I probably decide that I won't post anything about it

Does this have anything to do with A$$hat?.........Did he have a date with Lorraina Bobbit?

Bunnie........sorry, I know nothing about amalgam fillings.

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You know, there's someone with a tooth situation over here!!!! Can I get some attention please?

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Jeez......

*bunnie hopping around w/ broken tooth, just shameful.

Bunnie, I wasn't ignoring you, I really don't know. I would think--and this is what I'd do--if it truly doesn't hurt, I'd wait till Monday. I broke a wisdom tooth on a popcorn kernel once, and couldn't get into the dentist for a day or two. I was in pain, but still. Anyway, I got put on antibiotics and ended up having it pulled since it was a wisdom tooth.

I don't know anything about the filling.

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Bunnie, I wasn't ignoring you, I really don't know. I would think--and this is what I'd do--if it truly doesn't hurt, I'd wat till Monday. I broke a wisdom tooth on a popcorn kernel once, and couldn't get into the dentist for a day or two. I was in pain, but still. Anyway, I got put on antibiotics and ended up having it pulled since it was a wisdom tooth.

I don't know anything about the filling.

Thanks anyway guys. I just wanted to whine a bit. Maybe I'll pm Rachel, she knows all about this stuff.

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Thanks anyway guys. I just wanted to whine a bit.

Whine away! That's what we're here fer :D

Hope you get it all worked out.

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