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You were right to move it. I’m glad you did. I agree with Bill. We need to keep things tight. What does Bill Oreilly call it on Fox News? Bloviating?
Tech, I tried to answere your message, but it said you have too many messages in there and wouldn’t let me send it. Kerry told me about 3 weeks ago that Linda did send him a new password and he is promissing to get back soon.
Also, I was hoping someone could fill me in if there had been any big movement on ESDA, 501 (c) 3, etc., I’m seeing a neurologist next week about this migrain I’ve had since Emily got shot at the high school. I know its nerves, but I can’t seem to shake the darn thing. So, if it seems like I’m not here, it’s only due to that. I AM HERE!!!
Linda, I’m sorry to hear about all the ca-ca you’re going through right now. I’m still prayin’. Bless you and those kids.
Guys, let me know by e-mail or phone call how stuff is. I check my mail about every 3 days right now. Love & Light, Lynella.
HEY! Miss’n’ ya’ cuz’. I’m back, most definately! Time is still short, Glenn’s got enough dry wall work lined up for himself to keep me pretty busy for the next month. But, I still get half of Mondays (evening) and the weekends and any time I can play hooky. Which I should do for the next week, but I won’t because we’re doing his x’s condo and I like her too much to let him be alone there!!!! Him bein’ ornery and all. And I happen to like Nancy a lot. She’s pretty cool. She reminds me of my oldest sis, Phyllis. You get to feeling well fast. We need to fill me in on things I’ve missed out on! We’ve made a little headway on our Hodges, Reeds, Evans and Millers, not as much as`we’d like, but we have made some progress. My Grandaughter Jade will be 2 on April 2nd. She’s almost 3 feet tall! Well, I gotta close for now. Love & light to all, Lynella.
Hey! Here I sit wearing a pair of 175x reading glasses with the price tag still attatched at the nose piece. I couldn’t see to clip it off! My old eye glasses are just too weak for me thse days.
About that lopper gizmo, I’m thinking I should have one of those. You know, just in case! I can think of a few things round’ here that need a good lopping….. So where can I get me one?
I’m so glad to hear from you. You sound a tad better since last we spoke/e-mailed. I do hope all is going exceptionally well for you. I’m so glad to be back. Though Glenn did manage to devour my time this week end, it has to stop…..before I loose myself in the old nut!
Hey woman! How are ya’? Been missin’ you a lot. I could not find my list of addresses so some of you got slighted at Christmas card time, SORRY. I do look foreward to getting to find out how you’ve been doing and playing some serious catch up. Sounds like you’ve got it pretty cold and yucky there. I feel for you. We’ve actually been a little better here lately. I’m tired of the cold though. Ready for some summer sun.
Well, I gotta’ get for now. Love & Light, Lynella.
Most excellent bumper sticker! You make it & I’ll buy it…..
I just can’t believe it. Momma’s little lopper only costs $99., dang I gotta’ get me down to Lowes. Does it come in blood red?
Welcome! Yes, post what Bill said. We are so glad to have you with us.
Well, I could always use paint on it…..
Uhmmmmmmmmm……….HMmmmmmmmmmmm………Glad to be back. I’ve missed you. And as long as gravity doesn’t pull down your mind, you have everything!
Love & Light, Lynella.
Woops! Still hitting wrong buttons. SORRY! I better just go exploring here for a minute! Lynella.
You guys, I’ve missed you all so much. Is SAJ still around? How is all the stuff? Love & Light, Lynella.
Thank you for posting this. I’ve been gone for so long, where do we stand here? I’ve been working out more Lakota, biding my time. Please let me know of any specific linguistic stock I should be paying attention too. Love & Light, Lynella.
Yes. You are right. These colors signify Black, Red, and White as our “main Ingredients to our mixed blood.” I would like to see your braclet when it is finished. If you enjoy making it, perhaps I’ll have ya’ make me one. 🙂 Love & Light, Lynella.
Kerry said that Captain Thomas Ashby, (English/Welsh or Welch) begins to appear in Virginia Records between 1680 and 1700.
I think a lot of the floral patterns we see in needlework from after that time frame really show this influence. Don’t you?
I just wanted to thank you. I scanned through this and it is utterly fascinating. But I’ll have to come back to it later. This is a great link!
Oh yeah, your first link is a sudden de-ja-vu thing! My sister Donna and I were talking on Saturday about my dad having been English and Welsh, among the mix. We have them coming into Virginia in the 1600’s sometime. I’ll have to dig out dad’s lineage to see when they came here, because I don’t recall exactly. Or, I could be lazy and just call Kerry!:)
It is staggering just how one thing happens and it changes so many other things for other people for the rest of eternity. Lynella.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!! I’m such a putz! I’m sorry I’m late.:o I hope you had a rather extraordinary birthday. If you still have any cake, eat some for me! Love & Light, Lynella.
Thank you for posting this link. This is interesting. I recognize a few of those names! I hope you’re not working too hard and all is going well. Love & Light, Lynella.
Well I can see I’m going to have to try Linda’s recipe. You guys, I’m gaining weight just reading this. Have any of you ever tried snake bread? It is the basic recipe for fry bread, designed for camp fires. I used to make this when the boys were little and we went camping a lot. You put all the ingredients except the liquid into a plastic baggy. When your fire is ready, you get a green twig, like what ya’ roast marshmellows & hotdogs on, Get the strongest end of the green stick hot in the flames. (In the mean time) you ad enough water to the mix in the bag to make it a dough, but not as stiff as the fry bread would be. You knead the bag till it’s mixed good, it should be just a little stiffer than brownie dough. Clip the corner off the bag and squeeze the dough through the hole, while turning the stick. The dough wraps around the stick like a snake and you toast it over the flames till golden and done. My kids loved it. Love & Light, Lynella.
Oh YES! I can’t live without it! Hot with honey & Cinnamon. I have to have me some atleast once a month! I’ll have to try that yeast one. That sounds really good. Thank you Linda. We love the tacos, too. Glenn piles all kinds of spicy things on his.;)