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Friday, January 4th, 2008
10:54 am
hello everyone!
What no new posts this year?????  LOL!  I've been a bit busy, and my guess is, so have you all.

We have another new community ---- it's a long story, but if you care to have a look or to join us you're more than welcome.

Here's the address:

Peace and Love,
Joyce x
Monday, December 31st, 2007
1:29 pm
Happy New Year!
Happy New Year Everyone!

Wishing Everyone a Happy, Healthy, Prosperous, and Peaceful New Year!

1:08 pm
Happy New Year My Friends
  Hope you all have a safe and Happy New Years Eve and New Years day.  I plan on getting cozy with a large bottle of wine and some close friends.  How are you going to spend the evening?
Sunday, December 30th, 2007
5:05 pm
Dial a baby

I found this very funny.  Sick I know.

First call centers and technical support and now babies.


Monday, December 24th, 2007
10:35 pm
Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas everybody !!!!

Saturday, December 22nd, 2007
2:27 pm
Happy Solstice!
This morning was the Winter Solstice, when we travel closest to the Sun in our orbit, and hte days begin to get longer, as we swing out away from it.

Isn't it fascinating how we in the northern hemisphere, because of axial tilt, experience summer when we are farther away, and winter when we are closest to the Sun.

So enjoy the return of the light!

Tuesday, December 18th, 2007
11:30 pm
It came upon the midnight clear
Wishing you all the beauty and peace of the Season!

Where are you all???  Come out, come out and play where ever you are???!!!

It came upon the midnight clear,
That glorious song of old,
From angels bending near the earth,
To touch their harps of gold;
“Peace on the earth, good will to men,
From Heaven’s all gracious King.”
The world in solemn stillness lay,
To hear the angels sing.

11:28 pm
11:23 pm
Beautiful setting!

Saturday, December 8th, 2007
6:13 am
Happy Holidays!!!
Happy Holidays --- no matter what you celebrate!!! Most celebrations during Midwinter are known as light festivals --- or --- Festivals of Light!

The Winter Solstice, also known as Midwinter, occurs around December 21 or 22 each year in the Northern hemisphere, and June 20 or 21 in the Southern Hemisphere. It occurs on the shortest day or longest night of the year, sometimes said to mark the beginning of a hemisphere's astronomical winter. The word solstice derives from Latin, Winter Solstice meaning Sun set still in winter. Worldwide, interpretation of the event varies from culture to culture, but most hold a recognition of rebirth, involving festivals, gatherings, rituals or other celebrations. Many cultures celebrate or celebrated a holiday near the winter solstice; examples of these include Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, New Years, Pongal and many other festivals of light.

Friday, November 30th, 2007
10:34 am
Mental Feng Shui
Mental Feng Shui

1) Give people more than they expect and do i t cheerfully.

2) Marry a man/woman you love to talk to. As you get older, their conversational skills will be as important as any other.

3) Don't believe all you hear, spend all you have or sleep all you want.

4) When you say, 'I love you,' mean it.

5) When you say, 'I'm sorry,' look the person in the eye.

6) Be engaged at least six months before you get married.

7) Believe in lov e at first sight.

8) Never laugh at anyone's dreams. People who don't have dreams don't have much.

9) Love deeply and passionately. You might get hurt but it's the only way to live life completely.

10) In disagreements, fight fairly. No name calling.

11) Don't judge people by their relatives.

12) Talk slowly but think quickly.

13) When someone asks you a question you don't want to answer, smile and ask, 'Why do you want to know?'

14) Remember that great love and great achievements involve great risk.

15) Say 'bless you' when you hear someone sneeze.

16) When you lose, don't lose the lesson.

17) Remember the three R's: Respect for self; Respect for others; and Responsibility for all your actions.

18) Don't let a little dispute injure a great friendship.

19) When you realize you've made a mistake, take immediate steps to correct it.

20) Smile when picking up the phone. The caller will hear it in your voice.

21) Spend some time alone.

Thursday, November 29th, 2007
10:20 am
Happy Happy Birthday Laineylooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!
Happy Happy Birthday

I hope you're having a very lovely day!

ENJOY your special day!!!!!!!!!!!

Birthday Hugs xxxxxxxxxxxxxx

1:56 pm
Happy Birthday To ME!!!

Lol it's my birthday today I'm 29 and I'm having a lovely day so far!
Thanks Joycey for my lovely message on the mbfc! I love you lots and lots and it's not the three beers I had over lunch that's talking!!! lol!!!!

Kiss Kiss JoyceyPooh!

Wednesday, November 28th, 2007
11:54 am
Ron Paul for President 2008
Hi Everyone,

my apologies for being MIA lately.  As I told Joyce this morning, I have been working to spread the message of Dr. Ron Paul, congressman from Texas running as a republican for the 2008 presidential nomination.  You say you've never heard of him???   Of course you haven't.  The media is working hard to keep Dr. Paul unknown and they continue to portray Ron Paul and his supporters as "fringe elements"  "Kooks"  "terrorist", etc..

But don't listen to the media.  You must remember that the media supports the candidates that are bought and paid for.  Hillary and Rudy are Bilderberg candidates which means that they will support the North American Union and subsequently - the New World Order.   The Bilderbergs support a candidate from both the GOP and the Dems - the two party system is just an illusion.  Dr. Paul is not in anyone's back pocket.   He takes no money from lobbiest or special interest groups.  He is a true champion of the United States Constitution.

Don't let the biased news media chose your candidate.  Do your homework.  Get to know Ron Paul.  Start here:

Tuesday, November 27th, 2007
11:35 am
Welcome Eddy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Welcome to our *newest* fun_time member, Eddy, a.k.a. emg_00!!!!!!!!!!!

Since we go back for about a year now, first on the Discovery channel forum, and through our various reincarnations, I feel I am welcoming a long time friend!!!!!!!

Peace and Love,
Joycey x
7:02 am
Strategies for De-Stressing --- Affirmations
Affirmations are statements that express love, acceptance and, often, a joyous vision for your self and your life. A stream of positive thoughts can drown out more negative ones.
6:53 am
thank you
Thank you Laineyloooooo for the lovely stories. I am definitely planning to use them in my newsletter!!!!!

I also want to include the story about the Swan and the Children. I saved it, but now cannot find it????? blink.gif blink.gif blink.gif
Friday, November 2nd, 2007
7:06 pm
Tir Na N'Og
There was a king in Tir na n-Og (the Land of Youth) who held the throne and crown for many a year against all comers. And the law of the kingdom was that every seventh year the champions and best men of the country should run for the office of king.

Once in seven years they all met at the front of the palace and ran to the top of a hill two miles distant. On the top of that hill was a chair, and the man that sat first in the chair was the King of Tir na n-Og for the next seven years. After he had ruled for ages, the king became anxious. He was afraid that someone might sit in the chair before him, and take the crown off his head. So he called up his Druid one day and asked, "How long shall I keep the chair to rule this land, and will any man sit in it before me and take the crown off my head?"

"You will keep the chair and the crown forever," said the Druid, "unless your own son-in-law takes them from you."

The king had no sons and but one daughter, the finest woman in Tir na n-Og; and the like of her could not be found in Erin or any kingdom in the world. When the king heard the words of the Druid, he said, "I'll have no son-in-law, for I'll put the daughter in a way no man will marry her."

Then he took a rod of Druidic spells, and calling the daughter up before him, he struck her with the rod, and put a pig's head on her in place of her own.

Then he sent the daughter away to her own place in the castle, and turning to the Druid said, "There is not man that will marry her now."

When the Druid saw the face that was on the princess with the pig's head that the father gave her, he grew very sorry that he had given such information to the king; and some time after he went to see the princess.

"Must I be in this was forever?" asked she of the Druid?

"You must," said he, "till you marry one of the sons of Fin MacCumhail in Erin. If you marry one of Fin's sons, you'll be freed from the blot that is on you now, and get back your own head and countenance."

When she heard this she was impatient in her mind, and could never rest till she left Tir na n-Og and came to Erin. When she had inquired she heard that Fin and the Fenians of Erin were at that time living on Knock an Ar, and she made her way to the place without delay and lived there a while. And when she saw Oisin, he pleased her; and when she found out that he was a son of Fin MacCumhail, she was always making up to him and coming towards him. And it was usual for the Fenians in those days to go out hunting on the hills and mountains and in the woods of Erin, and when one of them went he always took five or six men with him to bring home the game.

On a day Oisin set out with his men and dogs to the woods; and he went so far and killed so much game that when it was brought together, the men were so tired, weak, and hungry that they couldn't carry it, but went away home and left him with the three dogs, Bran, Sciolán, and Buglén, to shift for himself.

Now the daughter of the king of Tir na n-Og, who was herself the Queen of Youth, followed closely in the hunt all that day, and when the men left Oisin she came up to him. And as he stood looking at the great pile of game and said, "I am very sorry to leave behind anything that I've had the trouble of killing," she looked at him and said, "Tie up a bundle for me, and I'll carry it to lighted the load off you."

Oisin gave her a bundle of the game to carry, and took the remainder himself. The evening was very warm and the game heavy, and after they had gone some distance, Oisin said, "Let us rest a while."

Both threw down their burdens and put their backs against a great stone that was by the roadside. The woman was heated and out of breath, and opened her dress to cool herself. Then Oisin looked at her and saw her beautiful form and her white bosom.

"Oh, then," said he, "it's a pity you have the pig's head on you, for I have never seen such an appearance on a woman in all my life before."

"Well," said she, "my father is the King of Tir na n-Og, and I was the finest woman in his kingdom and the most beautiful of all, till he put me under a Druidic spell and gave me the pig's head that's on me now in place of my own. And the Druid of Tir na n-Og came to me afterwards and told me that if one of the sons of Fin MacCumhail would marry me, the pig's head would vanish, and I should get back my face in the same form as it was before my father struck me with the Druid's wand. When I head this I never stopped till I came to Erin, where I found your father and picked you out among the sons of Fin MacCumhail, and followed you to see would you marry me and set me free."

"If that is the state you are in, and if marriage with me will free you from the spell, I'll not leave the pig's head on you long."

So they got married without delay, not waiting to take home the game or to lift it from the ground. That moment the pig's head was gone, and the king's daughter had the same face and beauty that she had before her father struck her with the Druidic wand.

"Now," said the Queen of Youth to Oisin, "I cannot stay here long, and unless you come with me to Tir na n-Og we must part."

"Oh," said Oisin, "wherever you go I'll go, and wherever you turn I'll follow."

Then she turned, and Oisin went with her, not going back to Knock an Ar to see his father or his son. That very day they set out for Tir na n-Og and never stopped till they came to her father's castle. And when they came, there was a welcome before them, for the king thought his daughter was lost.

That same year there was to be a choice of a king, and when the appointed day came at the end of the seventh year, all the great men and the champions, and the king himself, met together at the front of the castle to run and see who should be first in the chair on the hill. But before a man of them was halfway to the hill, Oisin was sitting above in the chair before them.

After that time no one stood up to run for the office against Oisin, and he spent many a happy years as king in Tir no n-Og.
6:50 pm
The Salmon Of Knowledge
Joycey here's a couple of stories for you if you want them!
Cumhall is pronouced cool

Long ago in Ireland, the king had a special army of soldiers to guard him called the Fianna. Cumhall was their most famous leader. His enemies were jealous of him, so they killed him. Cumhall’s wife was afraid that her young son Fionn might be killed so she took him to two women warriors who lived on the slopes of the Sliabh Bloom mountains. She asked the women to teach her son all that his father would have known as one day her son would become one of the Fianna.
At that time you had to pass difficult tests if you wanted to join the Fianna. You had to defend yourself against the spears of nine men using only a shield, jump over a pole as high as his head and recite twelve books of poetry. When the women had taught Fionn all the fighting skills he would need they sent him to Finnéigeas the poet, to learn the twelve books of poetry.
Finnéigeas lived on the banks of the river Boyne. He had spent many years living beside the river and fishing in it. There was a fish in the Boyne known as the salmon of Knowledge. The person who caught and ate it would know everything there was to know in the world. Finnéigeas liked the fair-haired Fionn and agreed to become his teacher. One day as Fionn was learning poetry he heard a shout. He rushed to the river and there stood Finnéigeas holding a large salmon. “Take the fish and cook it for me please Fionn” he said. “Remember you must not eat any of it.”
Fionn did as he was told. He cleaned the salmon over the fire to cook. All was well until a blister rose on the side of the salmon. Without thinking, Fionn reached out and broke the skin of the blister. In doing so he burnt his thumb and sucked it to stop the pain. When the old man returned he looked at Fionn and saw in his eyes the knowledge he had spent so many years searching for. “There is nothing for me to teach you now,” he said sadly. “You must go to Tara and take your father’s place at the head of the Fianna and use your knowledge wisely. Fionn set off at once to join the Fianna. From then on whenever he had a problem all he had to do was to put his thumb in his mouth and he would have the answer.
Monday, November 19th, 2007
8:51 am
check out this UFO News Blog
Cosmic Paradigm

Monday, November 12, 2007

Former pilots, officials call for new U.S. UFO probe
An international panel of two dozen former pilots and government officials called on the U.S. government on Monday to reopen its generation-old UFO investigation as a matter of safety and security given continuing reports about flying discs, glowing spheres and other strange sightings.

"Especially after the attacks of 9/11, it is no longer satisfactory to ignore radar returns ... which cannot be associated with performances of existing aircraft and helicopters," they said in a statement released at a news conference.

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