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chriswestberry

Lesson 3 Chris does not = Connie. Connie is someone entirely different from W. Virginia. Chris is me living in Georgia for the better part of 40 years... Originally from Florida. I am 62. I prefer coffee to tea and I like it blonde and sweetened. I prefer powered creamer and splenda. I love hot tea with lemon when I'm under weather. Robbos is a cool dude from down under and I enjoy his puzzles and comments. DB where in Australia does he live? I know he loves fishing! And tell me about Suzy = Pumpkinhead? Okay ladies I'm off to be Grandma for a while... Oh by the way I Love football and I LOVE all of my grandchildren with my whole heart! ALL TEN of them....(However it was easier keeping up with them when they were younger!)

minipooh4u

Aha!! And how did you derive "arvo" from afternoon? I'm loving this. Lesson No. 2. Chris = Connie. I did not know that. I'm having coffee with International Delight Hazelnut flavor creamer. No sugar necessary because it's full of sugar. Really bad for me but I like it a lot. I'm not a huge coffee drinker. My preference is a tall glass of iced sweet tea with lemon. I do like my hot cup of tea in the evening with sugar only. I like Earl Grey mostly but Sleepy Time works for me also. Green tea - no thanks. Not for me. Mostly black tea. My evening tea is special. I have the sweetest little teapot that holds two cups. I have tea in my fine china ONLY. I luxuriate in it. Isn't that the way it should be?
I notice we all solve Robbos puzzles. He puts out some really good ones as do you. You are among my favorites and you never disappoint me. Hcamp or Haney is another one of my favorites. I can always tell, without looking, they are from him.
Gotta run. I groom Mini Schnauzers and my new client is due soon. She's a puppy and it's her first visit with me so I must take my time with her so she won't be traumatized by it. It's a life long thing for this breed so it must start off right. I only do Schnauzers. I've been grooming and raising Schnauzers for 31 years. I love the breed. I used to show but found it too expensive and way too political. I don't care to kiss someones arse to get ahead. Definition: Arse - English word for ass. lol
Wishing you a great day/evening whatever. I am so confused. Wish you well whatever the time may be. Nice chat. Many hugs from Georgia

db66

Lesson No.l. (Arvo = afternoon). As in a sentance, 'I'll join you two for coffee this arvo'. By the way, how do you girls like your coffee or are you tea lovers like I am? I do like a weak black tea although I do prefer green tea - no milk, no sugar thanks!
I'm a little younger than you Montine (73 in September) and I think connie is much younger (reading between the lines).
I notice both you girls are solving Robbos puzzles - he enjoys reading the comments you leave.
Well, by now I hope you're both tucked up in bed and sound asleep.
Enjoy your day tomorrow, connie, and I'll try to make time to chat tomorrow arvo, Montine!! ♥♥

minipooh4u

Y'all tickle me. db that's southern drawl for all of you or you two. Can't sleep so I'm back on. Chris I'm 78, almost 79 in Oct. Oh no, not the Aussie slang. Be gentle. I'm a newbie and I get confused easily at my age - not. Only when it comes to the time difference. My mind is as sharp as a tack. It's the old bod that won't cooperate. It's slowing down somewhat. Now, "arvo"? Lesson number one. What does that mean? I'm looking forward to learning. Robbos is an Aussie chap and I see some of his comments. I find it interesting.
I was born in Georgia and our climate is extremely hot in the summer. The worst thing to deal with here is the humidity. You may not have that problem there. A could have adjusted easily to the climate but Englanders is a whole different story. I can see where they would have trouble dealing with the heat. I really think I would have loved it there. I was of the pioneering spirit. I find myself getting sleepy so I'd better get my tired butt to bed also. Enjoyed the talk. We'll pick it up later. Night. Oh. Chris, enjoy your grandson's HS football(?) game today. Hope they win. and db hope you enjoy your brother's visit.

chriswestberry

Your summers would definitely have been a draw back along with the most venomous anything that seems to inhabit your country... other than that I wouldn't mind being a ten pound yank! Thanks mate! Hoping you are enjoying your arvo! I'm taking my tired butt to bed! Happy Saturday tomorrow!

db66

Hey you two, had you both immigrated to Australia, you'd be known as the ten pound yanks!! Just like the ten pound poms that settled here, and, after all these years, the poms still call themselves just that!!
Coming from a cooler climate though, out hot summers took them by surprise but they stuck with it, they found jobs, they bought homes, they raised their family but they STILL to this day haven't got use to our hot summers!!!!
Why did we call them ten pound poms? Simple. Our currency was pound, shillings and pence well before decimal currency was introduced and their passage from England to Australia only cost them ten pounds, hence being called a ten pound pom!! ♥♥

chriswestberry

Montine... You and I must be of almost the same age... In the early days of my marriage before the children came along, my husband and I thought very seriously about moving to Australia... I just couldn't imagine leaving the states for someplace I knew nothing about... Like you I wonder how different my life would be if I had taken that leap of faith! Thank you for your kind words... I am still trying to accept she's gone... Only by the Grace of God do we get thru things like this. She was 41.
Since db is taking a break while her brother is visiting from Canada... she told me to practice my Aussie slang on you. Be very afraid as I might do that very thing! I stay up half the night doing puzzles... then I'm exhausted the next day! But I love the people i have met and spending time doing something I love! Hugs to you!!! Don't know how much I'll be on tomorrow as my youngest grandson is playing HS football and I try to be at every game. Blessings! Maybe I'll catch you in the arvo tomorrow! ;+}

minipooh4u

DB and Chris, when I was in my 20's Australia was paying for people to immigrate there and I seriously considered it. I was a rough and tumble tomboy and it seemed the life I would enjoy and I might contribute something to this wonderful land. My life took another direction but I have often wondered what life would have been for me had I followed through on my plans. I lived in Marietta for 20 years before it became such a huge place. I was born in Atlanta so Marietta was the burbs at that time I loved it there. I left in 1979. I worked at Lockheed for many years. db I might have made one of the best ridgy-didge, dinky-di aussies you ever met. At least I would have tried and I am already true blue to my (cobbers) friends. Very happy to make your acquaintance as well. Chris, I am so very sorry for your loss. I cannot imagine such a thing if I lost one of my boys. I hope you are doing well. Thankfully you have jigidi (not to say it could EVER replace her) and all the friends we make through this wonderful community to bring us joy and laughter. It's a distraction for me on nights I can't sleep and I talk to my friends all over the world. One night we had a five way conversation going on between Rozalia in Hungary, a Swede, Berny of Botswana, Lori in Boston and myself. It's great company and it's pure. There's love, kindness and consideration there. I Thank God I found it when I did. Many hugs to you both ~Montine ;•)

chriswestberry

Why Thank you db for your kind words... I'd do my very best! ♥♥♥

db66

You'd make a ridgy-didge, dinky-di aussie for sure, chris, and a true-blue aussie at that!! ♥♥

chriswestberry

We moved to Marietta about 4 years ago. Not only are we Georgia peaches... We are North GA girls!
db is a sweetheart I met thru Jigidi back the first part of the year after my daughter passed away in Feb. She's been a good Cobber (Friend)! I try to practice the Aussie slang... and she's a good sport about it! happy to make your acquaintance, Montine! If I could live anywhere other than the good ole USA... I'd be an Aussie for sure! ♥☺♥☺

minipooh4u

Yes I do. I live just north of Athens. I thought you were an Aussie the way you and db66 were talking then she set me straight. I was delighted to find out you were another Georgia Peach. I am so happy to have a fellow Georgia girl as my new jigidi friend. Where in Ga. do you live? ))

chriswestberry

Hey Montine! Thanks for solving my puzzle and leaving a comment! You live in Georgia don't you? ☺♥

minipooh4u

Another one of my favorite type puzzles. Even though they make me a little sad to see something that was once cared for abandoned they do make for great puzzles. Thank you, chris, for sharing this really nice puzzle with me. Montine

chriswestberry

Thanks for stopping by Manx and taking time to leave a comment!

manx

great puzzle, I love that truck.Here in Ontario Canada , a truck like that would be a big pile of rust

chriswestberry

Thank you db and TR for stopping by and commenting! Hugs to you both! ♥♥♥

TTwistedRosee

Nice one, not too long nor too short. I like the old timey pickup truck. Thank you.

db66

Good find, chris, I liked the colors in this one, it was easy to put together! ♥♥

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