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  1. blondguy
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    24 February 2019 in reply to Croix

    Hello Croix

    I just noticed you mentioned the Spitfire

    A few months ago a restored Spitfire flew over my house and that Rolls Royce Merlin V12 has a sound I will never forget. Its the first time I have seen/heard one fly over...and it was low...very low

    I wonder who owns it.....It cant be cheap to maintain

    Paul

     

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    25 February 2019 in reply to blondguy

    Dear Paul

    I guess you were lucky to see/hear one, as far as I know there are less than 40 still flying today world-wide. Considering the many thousands that were made that's not many.

    Croix

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    25 February 2019 in reply to Croix

    Hi Croix and Paul...just touching base here...to let you know I have not disappeared in a puff of smoke!! I did post quite a heart-wrenching epistle on my own thread a couple of days ago but it is being moderated...quite a lot I imagine as it hasn't appeared....(was it something I said???)...LOL.

    I must have gone too far this time...it was all honest, all real, straight from the heart stuff!! (I can be quite expressive on paper so they are probably doing the right thing...I did sound pretty desperate I admit as something had knocked me around pretty badly...but I am still here...and loving talking with you two guys so much.....thanks for putting up with me for so long.....cheers now...Moon S

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    25 February 2019 in reply to Moonstruck

    Dear Moon~

    As you normally are able to say anything you want in just the right way so as to be both acceptable as well as understandable I'm a little worried that the knock you are talking about was a pretty severe one. Severe enough so you became very direct.

    Whatever it is not only are we both here - as are many others -for you but we also have faith you will cope and reach a better place. You have strength and humor, and that trumps most things (pardon the use of the trump word , it does preceded US politics)

    As for putting up with you, it really is not a case of that at all. I for one enjoy talking with you , listening to your anecdotes about famous bowling identities and sprinkling quotes all around (plus of course your humility, fashion sense, choice of State and awesome bowling liabilities.)

    In my case Quotation is a serviceable substitute for wit

    You realize OW specifically mentioned you in a quote?

    Croix

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    26 February 2019 in reply to Croix

    No I didn't realise that...but that would be nice if he did......

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    27 February 2019 in reply to Moonstruck

    Dear Moon~

    I was not previously aware you were an acquaintance of his, however he did say:

    With freedom, books, flowers, and the Moon, who could not be happy?

    Croix (who has given you a more serious answer in your other thread)

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    8 March 2019 in reply to Croix

    Hello a dear Mr Croix...

    Ive been thinking of you the last few days..and wondering how you’re doing..

    Also I’m overloaded with emojis, and thoughts I would come and bring you a nice hot cuppa ☕️ ☕️ and a piece of cake 🍰 🍰..One of each for you and Mrs Croix.....

    Why not take them outside and sit down in the sun and feel the gentle warmth sinking into your skin..Sounds great doesn’t it...peaceful and relaxing. Oh don’t forget to look at the beautiful white fluffy clouds floating across the sky, if you really look at them and the blueness of the sky together it’s amazing to see how infinitely high the sky is....

    The highest clouds are no higher than 12 kilometres (7.5 miles) above ground, that’s not that high...The Sky is 100 kilometres high (62 miles)..until the boundary of space starts....

    Just a bit of trivia...

    Look after you dear Mr Croix.. and enjoy your cuppa and cake..

    Love and hugs..💜💜🤗🤗..

    Grandy..

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    9 March 2019 in reply to Croix

    Hi Mr Croixy I realise thoughts arent action so finally I've arrived in person which in itselfs pretty damned impressive 😄 to also ask how you are I've been concerned for a while about you.

    Are you still walking along the river track with stroppy duck or ? Hey maybe that and angry cat should meet 😸 oh looky I found a stray emoji too 😆 or should I say two 😁

    I know you do here volunteering and elsewhere over a wk Croixy I hope you get good time out for yourself and read a good book.

    Won't be long and you can give us that cosy fireplace scene loved that.

    Go easy good man ☺🤗 you're a hugger?

    🎤 oh I bought the mike along thought I might sing for youse.. 🎧 supplied 😂 my gorgeous Grandy might join me.. in her words she sounds like an injured animal 🤣

    Grandy that trivia is very in teresting thanks for sharing gorgeous 💑

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    10 March 2019 in reply to demonblaster

    Dear Grandy and DB~

    What a nice surprise to have you both appear here. I follow each of your progress just about every day even if I do not say a lot.

    Yes, I'm still walking along the river bank and being nagged by the native hen, who is convinced it is only due to his efforts we move off. Trying to take Naasy Cat along would be a bit of an operation, even picking her up requires heavy-duty gloves (plus band-aids🚑.

    I'm good at them moment thanks. I've managed to put some-long standing problems in a box in my mind and have tried to stop opening it. Volunteering is something I've done since I was in the police and it is good for me, a change of pace and a bit of balance. It's easy to lose perspective if one relies on only one thing.

    Now I'm afraid you are both bad influences, I'm supposed to be on a diet, having meal replacements every day and NO CAKE:( or anything else that sounds half way tasty. I'm aiming to fit on a smaller iceberg.

    Now with the choir practice, you might well be able to find an emoji of an microphone, I'm having difficulty finding one that represents ear-plugs. The description of Grandy's singing does not have quite the appeal you might imagine.

    That cosy fire-side chair is nearly with us now, I've bought the year's supply of firewood and will soon start needing it, some nights are chilly already.

    Mrs Croix and I will however follow your advice and sit outside tomorrow if it is a fine day, look at the trees and sky. You are right, it does relax.

    Croix

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    10 March 2019 in reply to Croix

    Hey Croixy and everyone 👋

    Love it when you throw an emoji in. Your putty tat really freaks me out matey... that's right nasty cat well named.

    I thought a hen but wrote whatever I wrote 😅 wow you attract some really friendly animals 😅 remind me never to go on walkabout with you 😉

    Food holds so much pleasure especially sugar, reckon it should be classed as a drug. I too am strategizing and definately going to get this off again, so much happier. Best of luck. You can still have your 🍰 you just can't eat it 🤣 soz matey that just rolled out, here let's share 🎂. On a serious note it is ok to break cause in diet mode this is fact the body goes into starvation mode and draws in the fat, then a break it relaxes it not sure how the rest works and we need breaks. Tony's doing a weight thread soon.

    Well done putting stuff in your box that takes serious mind control. I'm glad you're ok Croixy ☺ oh loved the iceberg comment very funny.

    🤣... 🎶 In the jungle...the mighty jungle... Grandy cries tonighttttt 🎵god I love her. Hope she still loves me after my sass.

    I looked up the NZ war birds cool. Must read that post again and want to memorize the cloud and atmosphere stuff.

    I feel comfort knowing you read Croixy I read a few too and randomly post in batches. I want to get over feeling I need to catch up if I've been quiet a while but then again it's not a major

    Hope your day was good Mr Croixy, hi to Mrs Croixy and nice putty tat. Lol at needing the ambo.

    Enjoy your night and everyone ☺

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    10 March 2019 in reply to Croix

    Dear Mr Croix..

    I was thinking I should take back the cakes then realised that they are virtual cakes, so I decided that even though they look like they are full of cake and cream they are not...The cake part is made of keesh..(oh I can’t spell it) with mushrooms and the topping that looks like cream is mashed potatoes...so now you have a healthy not sure if it’s yummy cake.. 🍰 oh and the little red thing on top in a tomato..😂..

    Mr Croix..I’m hoping your doing your meal replacements under your Drs supervision?.. I’m saying out of care and concern for you..🙂..You really do need to take good care of you...Our beautiful Deebi is right, if we don’t eat enough our bodies go into starvation survival and starts doing unhealthy things to our bodies....Please dear Mr Croix take good care of you....

    oh..oh. I have one..just a sec.. 💼..I need to find it first...ah..here it is..a brand new top of the range 🎤 microphone...I’ll leave it with you Mr Croix so you can practice..As Deebi has so kindly stated I sound like a wild animal “crying”....by the way Deebi.I still love you..sass and all...especially if you give me a 🍫...and Mr Croix some 🥕 🍇🍉🌽...😂..

    Your cosy chair by the fire sound absolutely so comfy, I used to have a fire in my other home..loved watching the flames, theirs something so relaxing about them...I like wintertime..I hope you enjoy your fire and can get some peace from the dancing flames.. 🔥..

    I also hope you and Mrs Croix have a good day and you enjoyed your sit down outside..the clouds truely are wonderful..and stars are amazing..

    Love and hugs dear Mr Croixy..💜🤗.

    Grandy..

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    12 March 2019 in reply to Croix

    Well Croix...aren't you getting a lot of loving attention with cakes and emojis and all sorts of nice things said about you, and to you...plenty of TLC seems to be coming your way...fancy!

    So you're getting your armchair by the fireside ready are you? complete with smoking jacket a la Noel Coward naturally? He doesn't qualify for my "name dropping" I'm afraid....a bit before my time..but I have met folks who did meet him...were very good friends with him actually....sigh!!! how time flies....

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    12 March 2019 in reply to Moonstruck

    Dear DB, Grandy and Moon~

    Thank you all, it is lovely to have so much attention, even if it does come with threats of cake and caterwauling.

    My GP produced an enormous printout, pointed to one tiny insignificance figure and said to lose some weight, so yes it is being supervised.

    I've only lost a little and put that down to eating too much of an evening to make up.

    Moon, my smoking jacket is à la Alistair Cookie (Monsterpiece Theater), not NC. Sumo is agitating for a fire, but still warm enough without at the moment. Won't be long.

    I had a look at the Warbirds too, look lovely - on the ground. I find flying difficult enough in a modern plane. Anyway reminds me of one of my old favorite movies "12 O'clock High"with Gregory Peck. I guess that is before all you young folks time:)

    Croix

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    12 March 2019 in reply to Croix

    Dear MrCroix... 👋 to Deebi, Moon..and all..

    I remember 12 O’Clock, goof movie..another I remember you might is The Battle of Britain....The spitfires..Oh the sound is amazing, I went to a few air shows at Richmond, Nowra.The Merlin engine sound I like very much...

    Im pleased your doing with Dr...I hope you loose some weight with them..good luck..

    I don’t have a fire in this house I use a heater with a blower..My dogs sit with their fur touching the grill..I have to keep moving them..I’m scared they’ll get heat stroke...

    Take good care of you Dear Mr Croix...💜..

    Love and hugs...💜🤗.

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    13 March 2019 in reply to Croix

    No Croix, I have to admit I haven't known anyone who has met Alistair Cookie...so I can't drop his name as easily as you can. Why are you people talking about fires and heaters?....it's mid 30s up here..unprecedented March heat! It's like we've been cast in the fires of hell since last December!!

    You are sounding quite chirpy Grandy...hope all is well..

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    14 March 2019 in reply to Moonstruck

    Dear Moon~

    I quote from Wikipedia:

    "Alistair Cookie is Cookie Monster's alter ego when hosting "Monsterpiece Theater". Created as a spoof of the original Masterpiece Theatre host Alistair Cooke, Alistair Cookie is basically Cookie Monster in an English smoking jacket and ascot tie"

    I always enjoyed Alistair Cooke's "Letter from America" each week for years. His new alter ego takes quite a different tack:)

    Croix

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    14 March 2019 in reply to Croix

    Hello Croix (and a wave to everyone!)

    I must be getting old.....Liv Maessen just popped up on a mixed CD with her track 'Knock Knock'..Oh dear!

    1970 if memory serves ?

    Paul

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    15 March 2019 in reply to blondguy

    Dear Paul~

    That sounds about right, but I'm not sure about showing your age, I remember Radio Luxembourg, which was the only pop station in the UK and one had to tune in with a round green dial called a magic eye. Long before Kenny Everett on his disused sea-fort pirate station.

    Croix

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    16 March 2019 in reply to Croix

    Hey Croix

    Love the sound of your fires and that but at the same time agree with Moon. Very hot here!

    Wonder if it would be cool enough in southern NSW to enjoy those things. Miss the cool, you can always cover up from it but the heat, you cannot do a lot about it!

    @Grand. I assist my other half who is also an entertainer. He does Sinatra Style stuff, which Buble' later made popular. Preference for Swing style Jazz. My personal preference lies with Easy Listening stuff as well as the many sounds of nature. I have audio skills and am ok at balancing and operating a switch. Loud Pop can give me epilepsy, don't want to go back to having seizures again.

    When I was young I lived on a farm for a few years in-between living in hospital as a child. Certainly something that I miss, and would give anything to live in such a setting again, especially by a warm cosy fire at night (in a cooler climate)!

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    22 March 2019 in reply to Croix

    Just thought I'd pop in here to see how everyones going since it's been quite on my thread.

    It's also way too hot where I am too to even think about warming up. I have a hot body temperature too so am usually wearing just a top while everyone else is in jumpers & jackets.

    I was on those shakes too Croix. They have all your vitamins and minerals in them which is great. I didn't stick to it for very long and I'm sure you're doing better than I did. Sometimes weight can be hard to get off. I think my fat is stubborn. It doesn't want to shift. Wishing u luck on your weight loss journey. I hope I can shed too one day.

    🏝️ Just wanted to try an emoji and yes, I can do them too. Just figured out how.

    Talk later. Chao everyone.

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    23 March 2019 in reply to monkey_magic

    Dear MM

    It's good to hear from you, I must confess I've not been following you - or anyone else - for a week or so due to a family matter, however I'm now back.

    The shakes are ok (that is the diet drink, not the tremors:), but I suspect I eat too much of an evening, having been well behaved all day:). Anyway we'll see.

    I hope you are managing OK, and I"m sorry you don't have the pleasure of sitting by a fireside, it is a lovely cosy feeling.

    Croix

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    23 March 2019 in reply to IreneM

    Dear IreneM~

    Sorry for the delay in the reply, been away from the Forum. Yes I'd imagine southern NSW would be ideal for a fire. I was in the ACT for a while and the nights were COLD. We had gas heaters which made for warmth, but did not make for an friendly atmosphere (and chewed though the finances like you would not believe:(

    I'm pleased to see you here, I hope you are coping OK

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    23 March 2019 in reply to Croix

    Hi Mr Croixy and all ☺

    I hope everythings ok with you and your family.

    Always wishes of good for you.

    🍃😊

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    23 March 2019 in reply to demonblaster

    Dear DB~

    Ta for asking, I've been off for a week as a family member passed away and there was stuff to do, even though the person lived in another state. Sad, but I'm OK. Just had concentration issues for a while so stopped posting.

    So now I'm back and wondering how you foot is getting on. Not being able to go for a walk is something I can relate to. Getting out makes so much difference. Sometimes I only get a block's worth and Mrs Croix has to pick me up in the car, then I wait while she goes for a bit longer.

    I find any sort of walk a great help. A change of environment does help change the mood.

    Now for the obligatory icon, I've chosen an artist's palette to help wiht your artwork🎨. Actually I looked up NZ tribal art and it looks difficult, with great detail and one wrong move making for a great deal of extra work.

    Croix

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    24 March 2019 in reply to Croix

    Dear Mr Croix..

    I just popped in here to check on you...I want to say how very deeply sorry I am to hear that you have lost a family member..my deepest condolences to you Mr Croix, Mrs Croix and your family....🧡.

    Love to you Mr Croix 💜..and warm hugs 🤗..

    Grandy..xxoo

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    24 March 2019 in reply to Croix

    Hi Croix

    Sounds like you have been reasonably well in spite of the loss of your family member. Thoughts are with you.

    I can relate to you quite well on feeling really hot, had to use the pool three times today to cope with the heat. We use the pool to save on the electricity it can chew through the finances like crazy if you're not aware. Only a wading pool but it's better than suffering like crazy.

    I am with you and Moon on the weight loss. I have been trying to do so also, my weight remains stable because I do not overeat. But I still have to watch it. Keen to hear of any weight loss tips, without having any special programs. I suggest eating early in the day, because if you eat late in the day it can interrupt sleep and keep you awake, I almost stop after 4 pm apart from a very small nibble to assist sleep.

    My quarterly kidney checkup meant that I might have to change dose of one of my medications. So I have to be careful at present.

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    24 March 2019 in reply to IreneM

    Dear Iremen and Grandy

    Yes I'm OK thanks, sadness comes and goes of course but I meant what I said elsewhere, it is a small price to pay and now I'm back and rabbiting on as usual:)

    One thing my doctor said to me about weight loss was even if one does not succeed permanently and it goes back on it is still a good thing and has large benefits. I found that most encouraging. The last time I tried was a very long time ago to go on a course and after it finshed all went back on and my altered suits no longer fit :(

    Croix

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    25 March 2019 in reply to Croix

    Hi Mr Croixy and everyone ☺

    I too was sorry to hear you lost a family member. Never easy is it ⚘

    Good you're back rabbiting on not that I'd say that at all. Your words. ☺ I'm with Grandy you're a wise man with a heart of Gold highly respected and appreciated.

    I worry about how your health is Croixy it sounds that walking is hard for you. Do you think walking in water might be easier on you. But then angry hen 🐓 wouldnt have the pleasure of hassling youse.

    Thank you for my beautiful art palette very thoughtful I have it sitting on my table ready to use.

    Thanks for asking after my foot it's starting to really get me because it's the only thing stopping my walking now and it'd help with weight loss too. It is really nice being out isnt it, I agree it helps the mood no end. I'm thinking to do some shorter ones but I'll have to check with my apprentice nurse ⛑ dear Grandy. I'm icing it often to try to reduce swelling. Achilles tendon.

    Hope your days a nice one Mr and you can find a lot of happies in it. Leaving you a couple of things 🥁🎷🎤 if you don't mind storing them for Grandy and I, we're going to start a band and thought we could practice at yours 😂 🤣😎

    Take good care Croixy 🤗☺ and everyone 🌹

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    25 March 2019 in reply to demonblaster

    Dear DB

    If you and Grandy come here to practice I'll find other iceberg!

    Yes walking is hard, I've a degenerative condition that limits my mobility somewhat, Mrs Walrus is a positive race-car compared to me. (don't tell her I called her Mrs Walrus, she gets most upset!)

    I tried physio in water, it was not a success, maybe one day.

    It may sond a silly question but could you use a crutch? The ones that do not go in the armpit are reasonably comfortable and leave your hands free - which is a big bonus.

    Whose is the Sherlock Holmes pipe between the drum and microphone- yours or Grandy's?

    Croix

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    25 March 2019 in reply to Croix

    Forgot to say~
    Blazing wood fire, laptop, easy chair in pool of light from standard lamp, Sumo asleep alongside, wind and rain howling outside. Pretty Good!
    -C

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