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  posted on 3/19/2007 at 06:49 AM
Good Morning World

Monday again. Where does that weekend go! I think we should work the weekend and take the week off What do you think?

Hope yours was a good one. We had snow, freezing rain and now just plain old cold. But spring is right around the corner

 

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  posted on 3/19/2007 at 06:13 PM
Zeka, yes I did see your young friend Novak in the final and I paid particular attention to him and cheered for him! It was a nail biter all the way. In the first set I was anxious for him to get into the match. The second set was so close and Novak had his chances to break Nadal. I had to change the channel a couple of times when Novak was trying to break Nadal! It was too tense. So Novak is in the top 10 in the world after that match. Congratulations to him. I hope I get to see him play and win many times but never will I want him to beat my Rooogggeeeer!!
BTW, yes it is good for tennis for Roger to lose one tournament but if he had won Indian Wells he would have beat another record. So, this was not the time to lose!! He could lose the next tournament!

Cold and snowy here but later this week it will be in the low to mid teens Celsius {early to mid 50s F}.

Love to all...

[Edited on 3/20/2007 by ladymule]

 

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  posted on 3/19/2007 at 06:18 PM
Hello to all my International Lounge friends ...

Hey Rob ... you are right about a quick weekend ... can't believe it is Monday already ...

My weekend got off to an excellent start last Friday night when I went to see the Canadian band "Musical Box" at the Royal Albert Hall. They re-create Peter Gabriel era Genesis, and do so very well ... lets face it, your Sturday night bar tribute band is not going to get to play the RAH are they

The show was brilliant and I can't recommend them highly enough, it was like being in a time warp. The show they put on was a replica of the 1973 "Selling England By The Pound" Tour ... set list was as follows:

WATCHER OF THE SKIES
(Story of Britannia) >
DANCING WITH THE MOONLIT KNIGHT
(Story of Romeo & Juliet) >
THE CINEMA SHOW
I KNOW WHAT I LIKE
(Story of four rivers) >
FIRTH OF FIFTH
(Story of Henry & Cynthia) >
MUSICAL BOX
(Peter's introduction) >
MORE FOOL ME ("Phil" vocals)
BATTLE OF EPPING FOREST
(Story of the worms) >
SUPPERS READY
Encore: THE KNIFE

Whole show lasted about 2-15 without an interval ... SUPERB

The rest of the weekend was not quite so pleasurable however, as I spent the entire two days cutting down trees etc in the garden ... ah well ... it had to be done and now it is, so maybe next weekend I can pay a bit more attention to beer and soccer

Have a great week everybody

 

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Hello my international friends!

Long time no see... In fact the past two weeks have not been so pleasurable for me at all, I haven't been too wel myselfl... and last week my wife had to be taken to the hospital where she was diagnosed suffering from Meniere's disease... it's been quite heavy actually.

On the bright side, today is my darling daughter Aura's 3rd birthday. Happy birthday sweetheart!

Colin, have a nice stay in New York, I'm sure you'll enjoy yourself!

Kim, I think I owe you a mail... I'll try to write you in more detail very soon. Miss you...

Cheers!

 

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  posted on 3/21/2007 at 09:37 PM
Hello all!

Colin, glad you had such a nice musical evening Fri. night. A nice warm up for the upcoming Beacon festivities! Have an awesome time in NY, Colin!

Petri, so sorry to hear of your continuing illness and Leena's diagnosis! Please don't worry about emailing me. I want you to spend your time and energy on yourself and your family, Petri.
I miss you too my friend {{{WAVING!}}} Good vibes and love to you and Leena.

And Happy birthday dear Aura!

 

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  posted on 3/22/2007 at 05:18 AM
ATLANTA Rolling Stones keyboardist Chuck Leavell has donated nearly 300 acres of his middle Georgia hunting preserve to the state as a conservation easement.

Leavell, a noted conservationist, is among the first residents to take advantage of a new land conservation tax credit. He said he hoped others would follow his lead to protect more of Georgia's open space.

"We all know that Chinese proverb that every journey begins with a single step," he said Monday at a press conference with Gov. Sonny Perdue. "We are so fortunate in this state to have such beautiful land."

Landowners who place a conservation easement on their property give up the right to develop the land.

Perdue signed a law last April allowing private landowners and corporations to get income tax credits for preserving undeveloped property. There are six applicants so far. Rules governing the program were finalized in December, so officials expect more to apply.

The governor said Leavell's donation shows how the program should work in Georgia, where "people who love the land would step forward with these kind of easements for all of us."

Georgia is one of 12 states with a tax credit program for the donation of conservation easements or land. There is a separate federal credit.

The easement on Leavell's Charlane Plantation will be held initially by The Conservation Fund and then transferred to the Georgia Forestry Commission.

His plantation near Macon is a model tree farm that raises Southern yellow pine for use in homes and paper products.

Leavell was appointed by Perdue to the Georgia Land Conservation Commission in 2001.

 

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  posted on 3/22/2007 at 05:20 AM
ATLANTA Rolling Stones keyboardist Chuck Leavell has donated nearly 300 acres of his middle Georgia hunting preserve to the state as a conservation easement.

Leavell, a noted conservationist, is among the first residents to take advantage of a new land conservation tax credit. He said he hoped others would follow his lead to protect more of Georgia's open space.

"We all know that Chinese proverb that every journey begins with a single step," he said Monday at a press conference with Gov. Sonny Perdue. "We are so fortunate in this state to have such beautiful land."

Landowners who place a conservation easement on their property give up the right to develop the land.

Perdue signed a law last April allowing private landowners and corporations to get income tax credits for preserving undeveloped property. There are six applicants so far. Rules governing the program were finalized in December, so officials expect more to apply.

The governor said Leavell's donation shows how the program should work in Georgia, where "people who love the land would step forward with these kind of easements for all of us."

Georgia is one of 12 states with a tax credit program for the donation of conservation easements or land. There is a separate federal credit.

The easement on Leavell's Charlane Plantation will be held initially by The Conservation Fund and then transferred to the Georgia Forestry Commission.

His plantation near Macon is a model tree farm that raises Southern yellow pine for use in homes and paper products.

Leavell was appointed by Perdue to the Georgia Land Conservation Commission in 2001.

Love!
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  posted on 3/22/2007 at 05:28 AM
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Mick Jagger will take to the Web on Thursday to announce details of the Rolling Stones' summer tour of Europe, a spokeswoman said.

Jagger, who will be in London, will reveal the itinerary and take questions from European media outlets at 4 p.m. GMT (noon EDT). The webcast can also be viewed by the public.

It was originally envisaged that the whole band would talk about the tour during a traditional news conference at a London hotel, but U.S.-based guitarist Keith Richards was unable to make it, according to a source close to the band.

The trek is expected to include cities that were pulled from the itinerary of last year's tour after Richards hurt his head while on vacation in Fiji. Additionally, two Spain shows were scrapped at the last minute when Jagger came down with a sore throat.

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According to the well-connected fan web site It's Only Rock'n Roll (http://www.iorr.org), the tour will likely include a June 10 stop at Britain's Isle of Wight festival, while shows are rumored for such cities as Athens, Barcelona, Belgrade, Brussels, Bucharest, Chorzow, Copenhagen, Duesseldorf, Gothenburg, Helsinki, Lisbon, Lyon, Madrid, Nijmegen, Oslo, Paris, Rome, San Sebastian, St. Petersburg, and Zagreb.

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Hi, dear S&B!
Have I read something like Belgrade?!?!
Love, once more!
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  posted on 3/22/2007 at 08:10 AM
You might not be so happy when you see the price of the tickets Zeka

Then again ... maybe they will charge less in Serbia than they do in the UK ... let's hope so

 

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  posted on 3/22/2007 at 10:57 PM
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Have I read something like Belgrade?!?!
Love, once more!
Zeka


I hope that Belgrade date works out for you Zeka.

 

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  posted on 3/23/2007 at 03:35 AM
Good morning, my dear S&B!
A few days ago I wrote about CDs "100 Greatest Rock Guitar Solos". I know that everyone of us could "find" more than 100 Greatest Rock Guitar Solos of our dear ABB!
But... Someone did that like follows:

CD 1

001 Led Zeppelin - Stairway to Heaven
002 Van Halen - Eruption
003 Lynyrd Skynyrd - Freebird
004 Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb
005 Jimi Hendrix - All Along the Watchtower
006 Guns N' Roses - November Rain
007 Metallica - One
008 Eagles - Hotel California
009 Ozzy Osbourne - Crazy Train
010 Cream - Crossroads
011 Jimi Hendrix - Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
012 Chuck Berry - Johnny B. Goode
013 Stevie Ray Vaughan - Texas Flood
014 Derek and the Dominos - Layla
015 Deep Purple - Highway Star
016 Led Zeppelin - Heartbreaker
017 Eric Johnson - Cliffs of Dover
018 Jimi Hendrix - Little Wing
019 Pantera - Floods
020 Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody

CD 2

021 Pink Floyd - Time
022 Dire Straits - Sultans of Swing
023 Rage Against The Machine - Bulls on Parade
024 Metallica - Fade to Black
025 Jethro Tull - Aqualung
026 Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit
027 Stevie Ray Vaughan - Pride and Joy
028 Ozzy Ozborne - Mr. Crowley
029 Steve Vai - For the Love of God
030 Joe Satriani - Surfing With the Alien
031 Ted Nugent - Stranglehold
032 Jimi Hendrix - Machine Gun
033 B.B King - The Thrill Is Gone
034 Radiohead - Paranoid Android
035 Pantera - Cemetery Gates
036 Yngwie Malmsteen - Black Star
037 Guns N' Roses - Sweet Child O' Mine
038 Led Zeppelin - Whole Lotta Love
039 Neil Young - Cortez the Killer
040 Steely Dan - Reelin' in the Years


CD 3

041 Queen - Brighton Rock
042 Beatles - While My Guitar Gently Weeps
043 ZZ Top - Sharp Dressed Man
044 Pearl Jam - Alive
045 Doors - Light My Fire
046 Van Halen - Hot for Teacher
047 Allman Brothers Band - Jessica
048 Rolling Stones - Sympathy for the Devil
049 Santana - Europa
050 Kiss - Shock Me
051 Ozzie Ozborne - No More Tears
052 Jimi Hendrix - Star-Spangled Banner
053 Led Zeppelin - Since I've Been Loving You
054 Smashing Pumpkins - Geek USA
055 Joe Satriani - Satch Boogie
056 Black Sabbath - War Pigs
057 Pantera - Walk
058 Eric Clapton - Cocaine
059 Kinks - You Really Got Me
060 Frank Zappa - Zoot Allures


CD 4

061 Metallica - Master of Puppets
062 Pink Floyd - Money
063 Red Hot Chili Peppers - Scar Tissue
064 Prince - Little Red Corvette
065 Allman Brothers - Blue Sky
066 Iron Maiden - The Number of the Beast
067 Michael Jackson feat. Eddie Van Halen - Beat It
068 Yes - Starship Trooper
069 Beatles - And Your Bird Can Sing
070 Jimi Hendrix - Purple Haze
071 Funkadelic - Maggot Brain
072 Aerosmith - Walk This Way
073 Phish - Stash
074 Deep Purple - Lazy
075 The Who - Won't Get Fooled Again
076 Neil Young - Cinnamon Girl
077 Alice In Chains - Man in the Box
078 Grateful Dead - Truckin'
079 Van Halen - Mean Street
080 AC-DC - You Shook Me All Night Long


CD 5

081 The Velvet Underground - Sweet Jane
082 King Crimson - 21st Century Schizoid Man
083 Stevie Ray Vaughan - Scuttle Buttin'
084 UFO - Lights Out
085 David Bowie - Moonage Daydream
086 Allman Brothers Band - Whipping Post
087 Johnny Winter - Highway 61 Revisited
088 Steely Dan - Kid Charlemagne
089 Rage Against the Machine - Killing in the Name
090 Eric Clapton - Let It Rain
091 Creedence Clearwater Revival - Heard It Through the Grapevine
092 Stray Cats - Stray Cat Strut
093 The Doors - The End
094 Rush - Working Man
095 Pearl Jam - Yellow Ledbetter
096 Rolling Stones - Honky Tonk Woman
097 Judas Priest - Beyond the Realms of Death
098 Dream Theater - Under a Glass Moon
099 Jeff Becker - 'Cause We've Ended as Lovers
100 Bon Jovi - Wanted Dead or Alive

Love!
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  posted on 3/24/2007 at 12:14 PM
I'm not a big Lou Reed fan, but I always remember the guitar into to the live version of Sweet Jane as being one of my favorites
 

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  posted on 3/26/2007 at 07:28 PM
Wow! I blinked and the weekend was over

This week is going to be a quick one

Hey Colin you must be getting a little antsy right about now Five days my friend

 

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  posted on 3/27/2007 at 05:16 PM
I'll repost this here since my original post in the "Anything Goes" section might get
overlooked by all the Beacon Run related topics.
I'll keep my fingers crossed for more dates for my fellow European Muleheads !!!

Hello European Mule Fans,

The European dates for this summer are not limited to the two shows which have
been confirmed weeks ago: Sweden Rock Festival and Classic Rock Festival in Cologne,
Germany (with Devon Allman & Honeytribe). See add below.

On the 9th of june an additional date is confirmed by the venue and the promoter of
The Docks in Hamburg, Germany.
Link: http://www.fkpscorpio.com/kuenstler.asp?nummer=112518 Info is in German.

But today i found out that they will be returning for more dates a month later.
One show is confirmed by the festival-promoters of the fantastic Belgian R&B Festival
in Peer. A great line-up with John Hiatt, Gov't Mule and North Mississippi Allstars !!!
Date: 13 + 14 + 15 juli.
Not sure yet on which dat GM will be scheduled. Probably 14 or 15 july since the first night
is a "warming up" night usually without international acts.
Link: http://www.break-away.be/
(Info is in Dutch; but you can see what other bands have been confirmed.

I hope for more dates so our UK and Southern European muleheads can get their fix.
I'm delighted with the Belgian and German shows. Both less than an hour by car.
The Belgian festival is a blast!!!

Good news for UK Devon Allman & Honeytribe fans:
They added a second European date:

JUNE
08 Kent, ENG Astor Theatre

Cheers & Eat A Peach !!!

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Were's My Mule ???????????????????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

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  posted on 3/27/2007 at 06:45 PM
Thanks for the info Roger ... I just wish they would say which town in Kent (which is a county) Honeytribe are playing ... guess it will all come out in good time ... will be within a couple of hours drive at worst so should be ok for me to get to ...

really hoping Mule come back to London ...

1 more sleep and I am on the big bird to the big apple ... dreaming Beac07n

Be well my friends ... and I will reply to my long overdue emails on my return

 

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  posted on 3/28/2007 at 04:42 AM
Hi, my dear International family!
Sis Kim, what's wrong with your (our) dear Roooogggggeeeeer??? He lost a game, again!
But, Novak, i.e. Nole (here we called him like that: NOLE)!!! He is at the 8th place now! I'm happy because of that!
Today we have a very important football game: Serbia vs. Portugal! We have to win (I hope so!)
Have a nice day, my dear S&B!
Love!
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Hello my international friends!

Things are looking a little brighter up here, literally. The days are now longer than the nights and the sun is shining and we have broken the record temperature for March. Yesterday it was +17,5 degrees Celcius in Southern Finland.

My wife is getting better little by little, severe dizzines and the nauseous feeling and the tinnitus in the other ear have been diminishing. She's not capable of working just yet but will return to work in the near future. Meniere's disease is not a dangerous disease, only somewhat nasty because it eventually causes the loss in hearing, in some cases deafness.

Otherwise I've been quite busy at working trying to catch up all my work after my succession of flus etc. I've missed you but hey, I'm back... well, I didn't leave in the first palce, I just had to take a short hiatus.

Colin, have a blast!!! I will look forward to hear from you after your trip.

Roger, how are you doing, fine I bet! Oh, I wish Mule would eventually come to Finland... I think the main reason is that no-one has enough brains to bring them here, heh heh... So Sweden seems to be the nearest place to see them. Only that I am well pass my festival years, heh heh...

Zeka, if I'm not wrong Finnish football team will play against Azerbaidjan today. We will have to win...

OK, gotta get on with my work again, see you all later!

 

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Hello Petri,

My girlfriend Connie has an health issue very similar that of your wife. One of the problems
is that after a few years of temporary severe dizzines (usually more often and more severe in the winter season) she still doesn't have a 100% sure diagnosis. Her hearing in one ear
is pretty bad since many years and it's not sure what caused it. Probably Pfeifer or an ear infection as far back as 1995. Which may be correct because her complaints started in the following years.
Another reason might have been many years working in a Heavy Metal bar and being subjected to lot's of decibels.
The severe dizzines often causes feeling nauseous. It effects her balance and makes her feel she could faint every moment. Which on a few occassions she did.
When she started seeing her doctor and had some basic tests it was often refered to as Meniere's disease or something familiar. She also got medicine which is given to people diagnosed with Meniere and i helped but wasn't a real cure. It's called Betahistine 16 or something like that (maybe a different name in Finland).
A few years back she did a series of tests and visits to an ear specialist because she had severe complaints that winter and although all the visits and tests were done the result was kinda confusing. As far as she can properly remember (you know how confusing that stuff can be; lot's of tests and medical terms) she was told it wasn't Meniere but something causing familiar complaints. Since the medicine had some positive effect she could continue taking it when necesary. She was told that partially losing hearing in one ear is a result of Meniere but in her case a rather quick and large loss in hearing in one ear
is what caused the problems. So some severe or chronic ear infection may have permanently caused a loss in hearing which triggered her spells of feeling dizzy and nauseous. Loss in hearing often causes problems with your sense of balance.
She also was tested for a form of rheumatism in a person's ear which eventually might cause a complete loss in hearing but fortunally the test results showed it wasn't the case.
The positive thing is that fortunally the last two winters were pretty good for her
(<<"knock on wood">>). Far less and severe complaints and longer intervals between the spells of dizzines.
But does it mean her disease / disorder is decreasing or is it only a positive side effect of two rather mild winters (although come to think of it the previous winter wasn't as mild as this one) ??? Who knows...time will tell.

On another note. During all the talks after her visits with the doctor or with people we know who apparantly have Meniere the subject "it may cause a loss in hearing" often came up but we never heard from any doctor or patient that it resulted in deafness.
So let's hope that that is just a "worst case scenario" which only happens to a (very) small
group of meniere's patients.

I hope this can be of some help and isn't unintentionally causing confusion.

Wish her well !!!

Cheers

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  posted on 3/28/2007 at 09:47 PM
Hello All!

Colin, have a safe flight and an awesome time in NY!

Zeka, I learned of Roger's loss from reading your post! I read on his website that it was a very close match. It seems that Canas is a legitimate rival for Roger. I don't know what is wrong with our dear Rogi. Hopefully this is nothing to worry too much about. Roger will just work harder and get better. I don't think he will take the loss lightly. Good luck to your Nole! And I hope you and Petri win your football games!

Petri, good to hear Leena is getting better little by little!! Thank you for the update Petri. We have been getting very warm temperatures and sun here too. It's been in the 20s C. Lovely to see you posting!


I saw Johnny Winter the other night and I'm glad I went. I enjoyed his guitar playing and loved his voice! The band was great too. Some of the songs he played: Hideaway, Sugar Coated Love, Blue Light Boogie, Black Jack, Tore Down, Lone Wolf, Hoochie Coochie Man, Johnnie Guitar, Its' All Over Now, Mojo Boogie and Highway 61.
I'm glad I made the effort to see him and I highly recommend his show.


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  posted on 3/29/2007 at 04:42 AM
Hi, my dear S&B!
Bro Petri, I know that you know the result. I'm sorry, but Azerbaidjan won?!?!
1 : 0! Unbelived!!!
Serbia : Portugal 1 : 1. I'm happy of result - Portugal was much better!
I have to use some now:
Novak Djokovic Nole won!
Djokovic : NADAL (think he is 2nd at list, after our dear Roooogggggeeeeerrrrr ) = 2 : 0 (not sure, but think something like 6:4; 6:3)!
Sun! Spring! Music!
Love!
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Hello everybody!

Roger, thank you for your info. I'm sorry to hear that your girlfriend is suffering from the same kind of symptoms as my wife and that she still has not 100% diagnosis. In my wife's case the doctor whom she met on Tuesday and who is an ear specialist was almost sure that it is Meniere's disease, all the three main symptoms were detected (loss of hear, severe dizzines and very nauseous feeling). The difficulty with Meniere's is that it is sort of over-diagnosed disease, i.e. similar kind symptoms are claimed to be caused by it but eventually are not... Confusing, eh? At least I am confused. My wife will have another appointment with an ear specialist in a month's time and they will detect then if she's still suffering from the partial loss of hearing in her other ear. If she's still suffering from it that should be the seal for the diagnosis. At leat at the moment she's still feeling slightly dizzy and her ear is "ringing" and she doesn't hear properly with it. And you're excactly right, "the worst scenario" in Meniere's happens to only a small minority. As I said it's not dangerous but very unfortunate disease. Thanks again for your thoughts and information. Tell my best wishes to your girlfriend!

Zeka... I know the result... A sad day for us. We palyed like sheep...

Kim, thanks for your warm thoughts, I appreciate it.

Let's all send some party vibes to Colin's direction (((((party vibes)))) Enjoy, my friend!

Peace and love,
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I have to use some now:
Novak Djokovic Nole won!
Djokovic : NADAL (think he is 2nd at list, after our dear Roooogggggeeeeerrrrr ) = 2 : 0 (not sure, but think something like 6:4; 6:3)!



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Time for a PT?...

 

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  posted on 3/30/2007 at 05:23 AM
No, not quite yet...

Hello my international friends!

Another week behind... where did the time go? You start another week and before you notice it's Friday. Another day closer to the grave... (sorry, a morbid joke)

My darling wife Leena and I have a 7th wedding anniversary today We have known each other and been together since October 1991 but made a wow in March 30, 2000. If I were Sir Paul she'd be my Linda, heh heh... I was going to take her to dinner tomorrow night (as it's Saturday) but it turned out that we already had our weekend fully booked with commitments that we're not able to cancel. So I stayed hush-hush about my intentions and will surprise her and take her to dine next Saturday. I have a nice present for her though...

OK, have a nice weekend you all and enjoy!

 

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  posted on 3/30/2007 at 06:22 AM
Hey, Hey, Hey, The weekend is upon us once again! Where does that time go

For me I am heading to NYC in the morning to catch up with some fine folks from here

Happy anniversary Petri Glad to see things are looking better for Leena. Will continue to pray for your family.

How many of you are Baseball fans? I am excited that it is opening day on Sunday.

 

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