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    Thu Jul 12, 2012 3:10 pm Groupie
    Trinkets, I also made fairy dwellings when I was growing up

    I remember going to various beaches along the Gulf Coast while growing up and I found it interesting how each of them were a bit different.
    Thu Jul 12, 2012 3:21 pm Groupie
    Junie, That reminds me of when we used to go, as a family, to the beach near Destin, a little community called Dune Allen. Our family and 2 others. The grown ups would gather at one house and send all the kids to our house where I would cook dinner for them since I was the oldest. I remember the last year I did that, I was angry at them for doing that to me and I made burgers for all the kids and prepared them all the same way. One of the kids started with "I don't like ketchup" and that started them all whining so I said "If you don't like it, spit it on the floor". Well, you can imagine the results of 10 kids aged from 4 on up to me, aged 17! Ha! I got them! I was "Not" in charge of clean up!

    And I wonder where my DD gets her gumption!
    Thu Jul 12, 2012 4:26 pm Groupie
    TeHee! That reminds me (hope I haven't told this before icon_redface.gif) of the time we kids were left home under the dubious watch of my oldest cousin, Jeff, aged 14 0r 15. He was such a tyrant we went on strike! We made sighns and marched around loudly proclaiming " One two three for, one two three four, we won't take this any more!" icon_lol.gif That was the last time he watched us!
    Mia in Germany
    Thu Jul 12, 2012 4:35 pm
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    rotfl.gif rotfl.gif rotfl.gif

    Too funny, pammyowl icon_lol.gif
    I remember when I was five years old, my mom had a surgery and stayed at the hospital for several weeks. My dad was retired already so stayed at home. One day, I suddenly was sick with mumps. Every time my dad went to the hospital to visit my mom then, he had to find a babysitter. It mostly were old ladies from the neighbourhood. One day, I ended up with THREE babysitters at the same time. My dad made coffee and the three ladies had a nice coffee chat in front of my bed where I was stuck under the blankets and not allowed to get more than my nose out. I was VERY grumpy about that because those ladies had the time of their life and I was bored to death. icon_lol.gif
    Thu Jul 12, 2012 7:47 pm Groupie
    rotfl.gif I can imagine! rotfl.gif
    Fri Jul 13, 2012 1:10 am Groupie
    I remember one day coming home from elementary school and my Mom had made homemade donuts and I can still remember the delicious smell and wonderful taste of them. That was the one and only time she ever made them.
    Tue Jul 17, 2012 8:22 am Groupie
    I remember a babysitter we had to watch my youngest brother when we were in Singapore for a couple of weeks. DB was 6 weeks old, my other brother was 11 and I was 12 so we were fine on our own swimming in the hotel pools and hanging out. The bebysitter never let the baby out of her sight and when he napped so did she, under the crib! I was so shocked one day to walk into the room and see that. Now that was a doting sitter!
    Sun Jul 22, 2012 1:35 pm Groupie
    Trinkets, what a fabulous babysitter, tho it is strange to be under the crib! HA! I remember my favorite babysitter was one of my older cousins who would turn the hifi on and we would dance and sing the whole time she was there. (She was baptist and was not allowed to dance and certainly not to Elvis, She wasn't even allowed to listen to his music as her parents considered it "Vulgar". But their parents knew all four of their kids danced and listened to music when at our house. Obviously the cousins liked to come over quite often!
    Sat Aug 11, 2012 1:01 am Groupie
    Hmm....just trying to remember if we all lost our memory!!! rotfl.gif
    Mia in Germany
    Sat Aug 11, 2012 1:08 am
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    Don't think so icon_lol.gif
    Just yesterday I thought that I remember when one summer holiday, my dad used to bring me fresh poppy seed rolls from the bakery down the street every morning for about two weeks. I was eight, I think, and just had discovered my love for poppy seeds icon_lol.gif Maybe he wanted to prevent me from getting interested in other forms of poppy icon_lol.gif
    Sat Aug 11, 2012 1:21 am Groupie
    Mia, thanks for the laugh! icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif I remember when I got a puppy and named him Rex and after a few months he was bit by a opposum so he had to be put down. icon_cry.gif
    Mia in Germany
    Sat Aug 11, 2012 1:30 am
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    O no, how awful icon_sad.gif
    I remember my mom telling me the dog my grandparents had when she was about 20 used to ride on the bus all on his own. He mounted the bus in front of my grandparent's café, got out somewhere in town and then entered the bus back to the café.
    Sat Aug 11, 2012 2:04 am Groupie
    That is amazing! There was a movie based on a true story about a dog who waited for his owner to get off the train from work everyday but when the owner died the dog continued to go sit there everyday at the same time.
    The name of the movie was Hachi and starred an American Actor, Richard Gere.
    Mia in Germany
    Sat Aug 11, 2012 2:26 am
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    Sounds like a touching story. I know Richard Gere but not that movie.

    I remember when I was five or six, my mom had a big surgery and we visited her in the hospital after she had woken up from anesthesia. She was lying in her bed with all those lines and tubes attached to her, hardly able to keep her eyes open. I was frightened and feared she could die, and after the visit my dad took me to the movies and we watched a very sweet and funny movie about a little dog. No actors, only that little dog.
    Sat Aug 11, 2012 7:39 am Groupie
    I loved that movie. Hatchi: A Dogs Tale is the full title. You should look for it, Mia! icon_smile.gif
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