WW Clubs and Groups - Feisty & Sexy 50 & 60 yr. old #132




flaggies
08-22-2001, 02:19 AM
Gíday all,

Good to hear I am not the only way that does not always read the posts properly ;)

Lily the tapes I got are Australian ones. One is low impact aerobics, another body sculpt ;) and the third is light aerobics. They are all fairly similar and the only reason I am able to do them is because I did very similar classes for quite some time at a gym. I am quite enjoying it and I do hope I will shift some weight. I am sort of stuck at the moment. :(

Slavika Pleased to hear your back is much better. I hate to tell you but our days are getting longer and spring is but around the corner :)I have never heard of strawberry rhubarb, it sounds good though.

Trudy good to see you post but sorry to hear you havenít been well. Can you do something about the hiatus hernia? Take care.

Karen how do you fit all these meetings in? I donít know if I would like to be committed to quite so many, it is one very good way of keeping at goal. Sorry to hear about your aunt. It is no fun getting old if you donít have reasonable health. I can cope with the odd ache and pain but her illness sounds very serious to have to be now permanently in a nursing home.

This morning I have been shopping and I am all set to go into hospital with some very jazzy pjís. There is such cool night ware around that you could almost wear out. The birthdays for my childrenís partners are organised. I bought tickets for a concert for ddís partner and a gift voucher for sonís partner. Son and partner are going to Mt Everest base camp at Christmas so the gift voucher is to spend in an outdoor shop. I cannot believe how expensive all that sort of stuff is

Have a great day all
Cheers
Maria


painter5
08-22-2001, 08:50 AM
Hi all, Back from the castle. It was quit an amazing place. It was set on 50 acres up on a hill. Just to get up there was a feat in itself. Was decorated with antiques in all the rooms. Ours was nice and was good exercise up 2 flights of stairs. Would like to have had a balcony like our friends rooms had. Breakfast was always by candlelight. The only bad thing was I got a cold and had stomach pains. We went to Hocking Hills park and walked a lot. There are a lot of caves and falls. To get to them you have to climb down some pretty nasty trails. There are no handrails or anything. They have steps carved out of the rocks. In some places it drops off 50-100 feet. It amazes me of the parents who don't watch their kids. Sort of scary to see them running and sliding around. Ann the cookies sound yummy. Going to print it off. Looks like you are learning how to use your computer. I am still a dummy. Karen you must see yourself coming and going. You are one busy lady. Slavika glad your back is better. The lake sounds so nice and relaxing. Maria you sound mentally ready for the foot thing. New p.j.'s are a good thing. After all a girl had to look good at all times. Glenda I hope the court thing goes the right way. Caleb has been through enough. Hi Lily and Trudy and Geri. Talk later,

LilyG
08-22-2001, 11:07 AM
Slavika: See the last of your Rubarb is gone, summer is ending :(
Sounds like you had a great tea time!

Trudy: Sorry to hear you are having problems. Hope what the DR gave you helps. You take care of yourself!

Karen: Sounds like a shortage of Leaders. I guess new lifetimers arent signing up there? Or are they all going for the receptionsts jobs?
So sorry to hear about your Aunt.

Maria: Oh, new jazzy Pj's! Sounds like you are ready for the hospital!

Peggy: Your trip sounds like it was wonderful! That room really does sound nice. And the hikes you took sound scary but fun.

Best get to work. Later!


survivor
08-22-2001, 12:58 PM
Guys, I meant to update you on the court thing. I actually thought I already had. The bad guy's lawyer said she was unprepared and wanted to "waive" the closing arguments. This, after everyone had taken off work and was at the courthouse. Lori, the mother, would only agree if she got the money that she was awarded from their joint checking account 3 years earlier. Can you believe this? She had never gotten it and he just wouldn't give it to her. Anyway, she got her money, the closing arguments were waived, and the judge will make his decision by Sept. 17th. Keep fingers crossed.

Trudy, what is GERD? Sorry you are having a bit of a problem. And about your aunt.

Slavika - our university started 3 days ago and we just have a feeling of fall in the air. For me it is always just a bit depressing because winter isn't too far away. Tell Dee we miss her. How is her family, especially her daughter, doing?

Karen - Hate to ask this, but could you repeat the cucumber recipe. I bought the stuff--think it was only cucumber, tomatoe, and dillweed--but lost the recipe. Loved the idea of zero points. Karen, don't volunteer for more than you can handle. Remember when you retired to relax?

Maria - sounds like you are busy organizing your life around your foot surgery. Good for you. I am having a toe that curls straightened in October. Right now when I walk I could almost pass out by the end of the walk from the pain in one darned toe. The toe was caused by bunions which I have had corrected. How long will you be in the hospital?

Hi, Lily, Anne, etc. Talk to you later.
Glenda

Trudy
08-22-2001, 05:03 PM
Hi everyone...
The weather has been hot again. There was a hail storm and damaging winds in the south part of the city where my DD lives. We just got some noise but watched the lightening.
Glenda GERD is Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease. Because of the Hiatus Hernia, the stomach acids back up into the oesophagus causing problems. If not looked after it can turn into Barrett's Oesophagus, which is a cancer.
Maria there is nothing to do to cure Hiatus Hernia. In some cases surgery was done to repair the tear, but it didn't last. It is also major surgery because they have to cut into the breast bone to get at the hernia. Not an option. Everyone just has to learn to live with it, and what not to eat. I have a sneaky suspicion that chocolate may be something I should stay away from.... but how? YIKES!
Karen My Doc prescribed Losec for 2 months to heal the stomach and oesophagus, then we will see. I should know in about 2 weeks whether or not I feel good. If there is no improvement she will make an appointment for an Endoscopy, sure hope it doesn't come to that. Glad to hear your treatment has worked for you. I am going to keep positive thoughts.
Isn't Creutfeldt-Jacob Disease what Britain calls Mad Cow Disease? So sorry about your Aunt.
Peggy Too bad you got a cold while at the castle. You sure did get in a lot of climbing exercise. Sure sounded great, I would like to do that too.
Slavika How was your day? I am sure you enjoyed your lunch and afternoon with your good friend. Didn't you find it hot out? When I was opening the back door, I could hardly touch the metal.
We ate out at lunchtime today. It is 4:00 and I have NO IDEA what to make for supper. Do I hear Kraft Dinner and weiners calling???

Bye for now :wave:....

slavika
08-22-2001, 10:54 PM
:wave: Hi Everybody
Well, what a gorgeous day we had today....then just a short while ago our Son came over to show us the "second" car he just bought and we could hardly stand to be in the driveway the mosquitoes were so bad. :mad: The newspaper said, that if you are outside chances are you will be bitten 8 times in one minute. Trust me..........that is correct. You stand outside waving your arms, and stamping your feet, it looks like you are doing some kind of new strange dance.......:D :D
As usual my Wednesday outing was nice. A new store has opened in the City that sells, bath, bedroom and kitchen things....very nice. Even if you "JUST" bought a new comforter, you would likely see something in that store that you liked better. Isn't that always the way. :dizzy: Glenda hi there. I saw Dee last week and her and her family had just returned from a lovely holiday. Her daughter will soon be back in school for the new school year. :)
My back is a little bit sore tonight, but I walked a lot today when I was out and then worked around the house a bit when I got home. I recently watched the movie "O Brother Where Art Thou", and I sure enjoyed the music. Did any of you watch it, and what did you think??
I'll say good night now, talk to you all tomorrow.
P.S. Trudy have to tell you DH thinks Kraft dinner and wieners for dinner constitutes a gourmet meal. :D

Karen L
08-22-2001, 10:57 PM
Just wanted to post this web site so you can read about CJD
http://www.cjd.ed.ac.uk/booklet.htm

I Need to go to bed will post when I have more time.
Karen

flaggies
08-22-2001, 11:34 PM
G'day all

Nice to read so many posts this morning. I did notice that Ann was not amongst the posters, hope she getting her computer set up OK.

Glenda your 'curly' toe, you make it sound like having to have curly hair straightened :D . Good luck with it, it sounds painful having a 'curly' toe but no doubt it will also be somewhat painful having it fixed:( I am going in on the Tuesday (September 4) and will be operated on that morning at 11 am. I am told I will be in hospital for 2 or 3 days. Because of not being in my home town, I am going to see if I can stay in till the weekend, then dh will be able to help me when I get out on the weekend.
I am almost looking forward to having this done. My feet have been particularly bad the last few weeks with the very cold weather we are having.
My biggest worry is how do I go to the 'loo'????? I go so many times, at least 3 or 4 times during the night and of course during the day with the drinking of the water, numerous trips as well.
Glenda let me know how you managed when you had your bunions done.

Talking of loo's it reminded me of a letter to the editor in this morning paper. The threat of water restrictions is very real and this reader wrote his water saving suggestion:

"Remember the old 'if it's yellow let it mellow, if it's brown flush it down'. Better still, wee in the garden and return valuable nutrients to the soil. I estimate garden wees and mellow yellows would save about 30 million litres of water a day."

Apologies to those of you that are reading this at a mealtime ;)

Peggy you did quite a bit of walking, good to hear you enjoyed yourself.

Slavika mozzies, how I hate them and how they love :eek: me.

Trudy what a surprise that chocolate may make you hernia worse ;) you didn't really think it would be of benefit did you :D
By the way I have had an endoscopy and I didn't think it was any big deal, so don't be too concerned if you should have to have one.

Karen thank you for posting the site on CJD disease. I had heard of it but knew very little about it. If there is such a thing as a positive with this disease, it must be that the patient is not aware of their condition and mercifully it does not linger on for many years like alzheimers sometime does. It must be very hard for your mother.

Have a great day all
Cheers
Maria

flaggies
08-22-2001, 11:54 PM
BECAUSE I AM MAN

Because I'm a man, when I lock my
keys in the car I will fiddle
with a wire clothes hanger and
ignore your suggestions that we
call a road service until long
after hypothermia has set in.

Because I'm a man, when the car
isn't running very well, I will
pop the hood and stare at the
engine as if I know what I'm
looking at. If another man shows
up, one of us will say to the
other, "I used to be able to fix
these things, but now with all
these computers and everything, I
wouldn't know where to start." We
will then drink beer.

Because I'm a man, when I catch a
cold I need someone to bring me
soup and take care of me while I
lie in bed and moan. You never
get as sick as I do, so for you
this isn't an issue.

Because I'm a man, I can be
relied upon to purchase basic
groceries at the store, like milk
or bread. I cannot be expected to
find exotic items like "Cumin" or
"Tofu". For all I know these are
the same thing. And never, under
any circumstances, expect me to
pick up anything for which
"feminine hygiene product" is a
euphemism.

Because I'm a man, when one of
our appliances stops working I
will insist on taking it apart,
despite evidence that this will
just cost me twice as much once
the repair person gets here and
has to put it back together.

Because I'm a man, I must hold
the television remote control in
my hand while I watch TV. If the
thing has been misplaced, I may
miss a whole show looking for it
(though one time I was able to
survive by holding a calculator).

Because I'm a man, there is no
need to ask me what I'm thinking
about. The answer is always
either sex, racing, or football,
though I have to make up
something else when you ask, so
don't.

Because I'm a man, I do not want
to visit your mother, or have
your mother come visit us, or
talk to her when she calls, or
think about her any more than I
have to. Whatever you got her for
mother's day is okay, I don't
need to see it. And don't forget
to pick up something for my Mom
too!!

Because I'm a man, you don't have
to ask me if I liked the movie.
Chances are, if you're crying at
the end of it, I didn't.

Because I'm a man, I think what
you're wearing is fine. I thought
what you were wearing five
minutes ago was fine, too. Either
pair of shoes is fine. With the
belt or without it looks fine.
Your hair is fine. You look fine.
Can we just go now?

Because I'm a man, and this is a
world of equality, I will share
equally in the housework. You
just do the laundry, the cooking,
the gardening, the cleaning, and
the dishes. I'll do the rest. ***

I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did.
Cheers
Maria

slavika
08-23-2001, 12:48 AM
Hi Maria I came back for one last peek. For me it is almost midnight and for you it's morning. How strange! :) I have never heard of mosquitoes being called MOZZIES .........I've heard them being called lots of things LOL :D and have called them by some of those names myself from time to time. Is it a name that everybody uses or just you????
I also loved the the little humour story you posted.....all true, very true. :D
Good night again. :wave:

flaggies
08-23-2001, 01:00 AM
Slavika Everyone in Australia knows what MOZZIES are. As I wrote it I wondered if you use the term, obviously not;)
For some reason Aussies often put 'IES' on the end of things ie:
Barbie (bar-be-que) Scholzie (dh's nickname) tellie (tv) footie (football) cardie (cardigan), I am sure there are many more but cannot think of any just now.

When I just got the email to say there had been a posting on 3FC, I wondered who was still up :D
I always think how strange it is you going to bed and I am thinking what to have for dinner :)

Nightie night (another word with 'ie' on the end:D )

Maria

painter5
08-23-2001, 12:36 PM
Maria your poem is just too funny. It seems men are the same the world over. I think they are born with the remote in their hands. I have never heard the word "mozzie" either. I like it. Trudy I hope you are feeling better. Your dinner sounded good to me. That was my married son's favorite. I just checked in real quick. My friend signed us up for a craft show Sept. 9. Do not have anything ready so I have to go look through boxes and see what is left over and start sewing up those snowmen. My dh just left to make the legs for them. So if I am not around I am being held prisoner in my basement till then.

Trudy
08-23-2001, 11:11 PM
Maria..that is so true, my DH qualifies for most of it..especially taking apart appliances and holding the remote all evening.
Karen ..thanks for the info on CJD - I didn't realize that it was that common, just thought you got it in Britain from eating meat from cows who had scabbies.
Peggy..you have an interesting life, one week you are in a castle, the next in the basement making snowmen. No doubt it is what keeps you young.
Slavika..did you read in yesterday's paper about the two teenagers who had to evacuate a plane in Miami? They were my Pastor's children. They had been at Disneyworld for a week. At the time of take off there was a lightening storm so there was a delay. They stayed on the plane and when it was OK the pilot started down the runway, that is when the cabin started to fill with smoke. They were able to stop the plane and put out the shoots where the passengers slid to safety. Other than a sprained ankle the kids were ok. What an experience.

Hope everyone had a great day... goodnight.

flaggies
08-23-2001, 11:34 PM
there is no stopping me :D

I found the following and thought I would enlighten you all what working conditions were like in this colony

DALGETY AUSTRALIA LTD
MERCHANTS & SHIPS CHANDLERS, SYDNEY TOWN
CLERICAL STAFF
EMPLOYMENT CONDITIONS
1861

1. Godliness, cleanliness and punctuality are the necessities of good business.

2. On the recommendation of the Governor of this Colony, this firm has reduced the hours of work, and the Clerical Staff will now only have to be present between the hours of 7a.m. and 6p.m on weekdays. The Sabbath is for Worship, but should any Man-of-War require victualling, the Clerical Staff will work on the Sabbath.

3. Daily prayers will be held each morning in the Main Office. The Clerical Staff will be present.

4. Clothing must be of a sober nature. The Clerical Staff will not disport themselves in raiment of bright colours, nor will they wear hose unless in good repair.

5. Overshoes and top-coats may be worn in inclement weather.

6. A stove is provided for the benefit of the Clerical Staff. Coal and wood must be kept in the locker. It is recommended that each member of the Clerical Staff bring four pounds of coal each day during the cold weather.

7. No member of the Clerical Staff may leave the room without permission from Mrs McIntyre. The calls of nature are permitted, and the Clerical Staff may use the garden below the second gate. This area must be kept in good order.

8. No talking is allowed during business hours.

9. The craving for tobacco, wines and spirits is a human weakness, and as such, is forbidden to all members of the Clerical Staff.

10. Now that the hours of business have been drastically reduced the partaking of food is allowed between 11.30 and noon, but work will not on any account cease.

11. Members of the Clerical Staff will provide their own pens. A new sharpener is available on application to Mrs Mcintyre.

12. Mrs McIntyre will nominate a Senior Clerk to be responsible for the cleanliness of the Main Office and the Private Office, and all boys and juniors will report to him 40 minutes before prayers, and will remain after closing for similar work. Brushes, brooms, scrubbers and soap will be provided by the owners.

13. The new increased weekly wages are hereunder detailed: Junior Boys to 11 years 1/4, Boys to 14 years 2/1, Juniors 4/8, Junior Clerks 8/7, Clerks 10/9, Senior Clerks after 15 years with owners 21/-.

The Owners hereby recognise the generosity of the new Labour Laws, but it will expect a great rise in output of work to compensate for these near-Utopian conditions.


How times have changed, I am trying to picture rule #7 and keeping the area in good order :eek:

See ya all
Maria

slavika
08-23-2001, 11:57 PM
:wave: Hi Everybody
I went out to lunch and shopping with another friend today. This friend likes to go into EVERY store in the Mall regardless as what it sells. YIKES! The Mall we went to is MUCH bigger then the one I go to on Wednesdays so it took much longer to make the rounds. :( I am one tired lady tonight and my back is not too pleased with me either. LOL :D
Tomorrow I am going to spend the weekend with a friend at the lake. Her husband is going away, and my DH is going to stay home and paint our fence. seems fair to me, don't you think? LOL
BROTHER!!! I think I talked DH into going to Maui for a month and then TRUDY tells the story about her pastor's children. That's the part I hate about going to Hawaii......we have fly there. :eek: Thank goodness the children were ok.
MARIA LOL LOL yes, what about No. 7. Thanks for posting it.
Well I'm off to bed. Night all.

survivor
08-24-2001, 05:16 PM
Maria - When I read things like that about working conditions, I am so very, very glad I was born in this age. I cannot even imagine working in those "utopian" conditions. And what about Mrs. McIntyre! What a witch, huh? Makes you wonder what the "unimproved" working conditions were.

Slavika - I like your style! Play at the lake while your husband paints at home. You go, girl!

Peggy - You have a most unboring life!

All - I wonder if any of you will hear about OSU's memorial service. Remember the 10 men who died in the plane crash in January in CO? We are dedicating this crash site tomorrow. It is out in the boonies and is a beautiful memorial, but I wonder who will ever see it again. Anything to help the families, but I don't think I would want to see the place where my dear one died.

I am doing so good on WW. If I can just keep stringing these days together!
Glenda

painter5
08-24-2001, 06:53 PM
Just a quick note-I think Mrs. McIntyre sounds like a witch. Did she have a broomstick? Slavika that is a fair trade off. I would go for that one anyday. Have fun! And you got to have another day of shopping although going into all the stores does sound tiring. Have a fun weekend everyone,

Lizziepie
08-25-2001, 10:11 PM
I haven't fallen off the face of the earth. Just working at the computer and learning and also being frustrated at times.

Slavika: Glad your back is improving. All that mall walking is fun, but it does get to one. Hope you have a great weekend, while dh is painting.

Trudy: Welcome to the GERD club. I hate to tell you that chocolate, peppermint, pineapple, strawberries, alcohol,and caffiene, are the worst offenders. Tomato sauce is also one of the trouble makers. Are you taking Previcid, or Prilosec, or Zantac? I believe there is also a new one just out a short time made by the makers of Prilosec. The endoscopy is not so bad, expecially if your Dr. knocks you out during the procedure. I can commiserate with you, just from experience. Stick to your diet, and you'll be okay. Also, elevate the head of your bed, so you don't get the reflux during the night. You'll experiment, until you find the things that really bother you. And then you have to decide if it is worth it to eat it.

Peggy: The castle sounds great, but I think you were bery brave to go walking and climbing without handrails. And don't you wonder about parents, sometimes. Just like here, right now there are sharks migrating along the east coast, and there still nut cases who want to swim, and then get attacked. Are you still a prisoner in you cellar working on snowmen?

Karen: Sorry to read about your Aunt. And it sure sounds like you are really busy. Today was my weigh-in and up again.6. It is the yoyo syndrome.

Glenda: How has the court case turned out? WW is a good program. Sounds like you are doing well.

Geri: Hi. How is your friend with the heart problem?

Maria: your posts have been too funny. You are right, men are the same the world over. and I'm gald I don't have to worry about keeping up the garden. Fancy p.j's are good. The 2 days I spent in the hospital after my bout with Vioxx, I had to wear the fancy 'Dior' gown with the special back opening, and the pocket in the front. YUK:spin: Glad you are all set up to get your foot work done. I'm sure you will be glad when that is all behind you.

Lily: Are you still having power problems? We are still praying for rain. No one really wants a tropical storm, but I guess that is what will bring the rain.

Has anyone tried the cookies? Will check back tomorrow to see what is going on. Ann

LilyG
08-26-2001, 04:14 PM
Glenda: That toe does sound painful. Hurts me just to think about it. I heard nothing about the OSU's memorial service here. I think its sad when things like that happen and the media doesnt even mention that there was a memorial service going on. Sounds like you are doing great on WW!

Maria: Thanks for the laughs! My DH does most of those things. :lol
NBot to far off and you get your feet done. I think it is a good idea that you stay for the week. You need DH to help at least for a few days so you are able to get around on your own. Im sure they will show you how to manage that before you leave the hospital. At least I hope they do!

Trudy: Oh my. Glad those kids were Ok. Sounds pretty scary. Have to give up Chocolate? I think that would be really hard. I dont eat that much of it, but to never have. ALAS. When will you find out the things you can eat or not? Or is like an on going thing? Oh my, just read Ann's message. All those things are my Favorites. I can see the peppermint, pineapple. But dont understand the Strawberries at all.

Peggy: Snowmen! I got a scanner now so I should show the girls how cute they are. I will scan the pictures you sent today and put them up. Sounds like you are going to keep pretty busy getting ready for the show.

Slavika: Smart women going to the lake and leaving DH behind to work! :) I think its very fair! Sides he wouldnt have fun listening to you two gabbing. You'll have a lot more fun with out him! Glad you talked DH into a month in Hawaii! Im jealous now tho. :(

Ann: No we are not still having power problems. Well I shouldnt say we are not, but they are not doing the Black outs at this time and havent for a while now. You will get use to the Computer. It does take time, but you will love it!

I spent most the day yesterday out doors. It is so pretty here, and not hot. Love it when its like this. Im going to do some more Yard work this afternoon. Cant stay inside when it is so nice out. Even to do yardwork. I must be getting sick or something :)

Lizziepie
08-26-2001, 04:38 PM
Just a great day to be alive. Had an exciting and worshipful church today with a great sermon. Got taken out to lunch afterward. Even watched my points--sort of :D:

Lily: The strawberries are high in acid. I think that is the main reason, and of course we are not supposed to temper the acccid with lots of sugar. The other stuff, I'm told, especially chocolate and peppermint, and pineapple, have some ingredient which acts to relax the sphincter muscle between the esophagus and stomach.

Trudy: But it is not all bad, After a while you can try a 'no no' and see if it affects you. I can eat grapefruit only once a week. And here we are in citrus country. And oranges have to be really low acid for me. I can handle California Navels the best. I do endulge in a chocolate now and then and don't seem to havae any ill effects. But I have been dealing with this for 9-10 years, so know pretty well now what I can and cannot do. You will probably feel more secure after you have the endoscopy and they tell you there is nothing bad there just the hiatal hernia.

Hi everyone. See you tomorrow. Ann:wave:

flaggies
08-26-2001, 07:32 PM
just a very quick hi to eveyone, will speak to you later today.....but will leave you with this latest on medical advances....


PERFORMANCE ENHACING DRUGS FOR THE BLOKES

WITH VIAGRA SUCH A HIT, Pfizer is bringing forth a whole line of drugs oriented towards improving the performance of men in today's society..

DIRECTRA - a dose of this drug given to men before leaving on car trips caused 72 percent of them to stop and ask directions when they got lost, compared to a control group of 0.2 percent.

PROJECTRA - Men given this experimental new drug were far more likely to actually finish a household repair project before starting a new one.

CHILDAGRA - Men taking this drug reported a sudden, over-whelming urge to perform more child-care tasks - especially cleaning up spills and "little" accidents.

COMPLIMENTRA - In clinical trials, 82 percent of middle-aged men administered this drug noticed that their wives had a new hairstyle. Currently being tested to see if its effects extend to noticing new clothing.

BUYAGRA - Married and otherwise attached men reported a suddenly urge to buy their sweeties expensive jewelry and gifts after talking this drug for only two days. Still to be seen: whether the drug can be continued for a period longer than your favorite store's return limit.

NEGA-VIAGRA - Has the exact opposite effect of Viagra. Currently undergoing clinical trials on sitting U.S. presidents.

NEGA-SPORTAGRA - This drug had the strange effect of making men want to turn off televised sports and actually converse with other family members.

FLATULAGRA - This complex drug converts men's noxious intestinal gases back into food solids. Special bonus: Dosage can be doubled for long car rides.

FLYAGRA - This drug has been showing great promise in treating men with O.F.D. (Open Fly Disorder). Especially useful for men on Viagra.

PRYAGRA - About to fail its clinical trial, this drug gave men in the test group an irresistible urge to dig into the personal affairs of other people. Note: Apparent overdose turned three test subjects into "special prosecutors."

LIAGRA - This drug causes men to be less than truthful when being asked about their sexual affairs. Will be available in Regular, Grand Jury and Presidential Strength versions.


Just keep smiling,

Cheers
Maria

slavika
08-26-2001, 10:10 PM
:wave:
Hi Everybody
I am home from the lake and had a great time. A while back Trudy had a audio book called "Intensity" by Dean Koontz.....and although I was sure I read every book he put out, when she described the story line I couldn't remember it all. When I went shopping last week I bought the book and read it this weekend. If I read it in the past I certainly did not remember it. :eek: There where parts in the book that I kind of guessed what was going to happen, but I think i really just GUESSED. My friend, that I spent the weekend with is sure we both read the book about 3 or 4 years ago and that she has the hard cover of it in Maui. We always sign the inside of the books we read with a little note as to whether we liked it or not. She is now going to read the copy I just finished but we are both hoping that the copy in Maui does NOT have our initials in it with a note as to whether we liked it or not. LOL LOL :D OY VEY Now about the "Left Behind" series books. I still didn't start the first book and my friend is now on the last one....and says she is going to be reading it really slowly since the 9th (is it the 9th) one is not out yet. :)
The two of us watched a couple of old "Star Trek" movies at night LOL, (very educational), drank wine and ate red licorice. We spent some real quality time telling each other how good we were looking and how thankful we were for our good health. Of course neither one of us could get up too quickly out of a lawn chair, me with my back and her with HER sore back and hips. :D
We are both doing well for a couple of "dollies".
DH got the fence all painted and it's looking good. He babysat for the "grands" last night and watched football on TV. So....everybody had a good weekend.
Ann I am glad you are enjoying your new computer....and you are right it is very fustrating at times. Lily glad you are enjoying getting out into your yard and that it is not too hot out there. We had really hot weather the last couple of days but that's ok, because I don't think we will for much longer. :(
Hi Peggy, Glenda, Maria and Karen, hope you all had nice weekends too. Trudy what were you up to this weekend? Did you get to watch any of the movies I gave you? Talk to you all soon.......Night. :)

flaggies
08-27-2001, 04:08 AM
G'day all

Slavika good to hear you had a good time at the lake, sounds like fun, now I can relate to red wine but red licorice:?: , does licorice become red when you have had too much red wine????

I really should be getting dinner ready but alas I have to get my priorities right, and post first :D
I had a great weekend, 2 friends of my son came to stay and they just loved being here. It was good fun and I drove them back to the airport this morning.

Tomorrow week and I will have had my feet done by now :dizzy: :o :( :s:

Here is the web site where I have been getting all my stuff from that I have been posting

http://users.bigpond.net.au/terrylane/archive.html

There is so much there and I find it really good fun, a couple a little off colour but on the whole just very clever funny people.

Terry Lane is a radio announcer here on the government radio station Australian Broadcasting Commission or ABC. I enjoy listening to the station as it is very informative and good fun as well.

I just got a call from dh on my mobile phone, he is on his way home, I better go and 'slave' over a hot stove.

See ya all
Cheers
Maria

painter5
08-27-2001, 09:05 AM
Maria I love the stuff you have been posting. I am going to mark that site. Glad to hear that you had a nice visit with your son.
Slavika I never thought of putting red wine with red licorice. Red licorice is a favorite treat of mine. I can't always remember if I read something or not. I get frustrated when I get into it and realize that I already read it. Feel like I wasted time. Can you believe it is "football season" already? I am wondering where the summer went. I love fall but do not like winter.
Lily how did the yard work go? That is a never ending job. Go ahead and post the pictures. I will be spending the day downstairs painting their legs and assembling them. I do not feel like doing this yet. I don't feel inspired so far this year. I just hope the weather is nice that day since it is an outside show and we do not have a tent.
Trudy what are you reading now? Have you listened to any good books?
Ann sounds like you are doing well learning the computer. You will lose that little gain.
Karen I hope your aunt is doing better. How are you doing with all your classes?
Everyone have a good day. Hi Geri and Glenda.

survivor
08-27-2001, 04:59 PM
Well, darnit! I have a bad stinking old summer cold and feel pretty miserable! But I had a great weekend. On Saturday I walked 3 1/2 miles early (just got up and went) and afterwards got a note that my DIL and grandson were at our park from 10-12. I went looking scarey and stinking. She had come to town with a friend whose husband was coaching a softball team. I played with my baby and then actually went with them to Eskimo Joe's (have you all seen the shirt from there?) to eat. I can't believe I did that, but even called my DH and he joined us. As we were leaving my other son called and said he was 15 minutes away and wanted to meet at Eskimo Joe's so we just waited on them and just drank a coke with them. All this, and I looked like crap! Finally went home and showered! I am so glad I did that, though, because otherwise I would have missed out on them.

Ann - just to let you know. My friends' grandson's custody will be decided by a judge by Sept. 17th. Keeping fingers crossed and prayers in mind.

Lily - hope you do get the scanner for Peggy's snowmen. Then we will know why she has been held prisoner in her basement.

Glenda

slavika
08-27-2001, 08:53 PM
:wave:
Maria actually the wine was white. LOL :D Do you not have red licorice in Australia? Soon your feet will be all fixed up. I know you will be happy when it is over and done with. Glenda sorry you have a cold. Getting them in the summer is just miserable :(. Glad you had a nice weekend though. Peggy I feel like I wasted time too if I get into a book and then the "light dawns" and I remember I read it before. There are so many books out there to read, that I sure don't want to spend time reading the SAME book twice, unless it's something I really wanted to do.
I had the Princess here for awhile today. Her Mom had to pick up some goodies for the birthday girl and didn't want her to see them. :) She told me today that she is more then 5 1/2yrs old because her birthday is on Thursday..........not really 6 yrs old yet, but almost. I laughed as I thought, MY friends don't say, they are 56 1/2 yrs. old. I wonder at what age we quit wishing to be "older". :?: I made some individual Butter Tart Cheesecakes today for tea time tomorrow and they STUCK to the the paper muffin cups. :mad: The recipe reads, "press into 12 muffin tins lined with paper liner". Well I did that!!!! DH had a couple at dinner this evening and he said they tasted good, you just can't get all the graham cracker crust out of the paper. BROTHER!
I have to go WW tomorrow and face the music...... ok, not music exactly, the scale, :D. I was already over goal before my birthday and since then I am up another 3 lbs I think, so I better do something about getting these lbs off. Have a nice evening everyone, talk to you tomorrow.

flaggies
08-27-2001, 10:13 PM
Go to 133!

See you there
Maria