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nightmare
Apr 6, 2016
Since I don't have enough trees for a tree house, then maybe could get a Gazebo.
ParsonWayne
Apr 1, 2016
I thought of getting a Gazebo for a pet once. What do you feed a gazebo?
Rozina1010
Jul 7, 2015
Hey everybody come and bring your lunch and meet here at the gazebo and I will bring the tea and lemonade. Who is coming???
CatLadyOKC
Jul 7, 2015
Sounds good to me...hope it doesn't rain!
trynfindit
Jul 7, 2015
I'm in!
needler529
Jul 7, 2015
I'll bring cookies!!
mamag15
Jul 7, 2015
Sounds good to me.
pixipixil
Jul 7, 2015
I'll bring citronella candles.
cindyj28
Jul 7, 2015
I am coming. We will PARTY!!! ~
Rozina1010
Jul 9, 2015
The party is on and today the weather is perfect was too humid yesterday. Playing some nice easy listening music or classics for our enjoyment.!
CatLadyOKC
Jul 9, 2015
Sure glad we are not having it here, ducking storms again today....
pixipixil
Jul 9, 2015
We can have a sing along. I'll bring my guitar. Afraid you'll be stuck with what I fugure out ahead of time, tho. What songs would you like so I can set them up?
Rozina1010
Jul 10, 2015
It is open for the weekend too. Folk songs are fine with me "This Land is Your Land, 500 Miles, Puff the Mgc. Dragon, The Ballgame song." How about everyone else???
CatLadyOKC
Jul 10, 2015
I agree, any folk songs. Like any of the Kingston Trio & Peter, Paul & Mary, stiill have some of their albums....also liked any of Roger Whittaker songs.
pixipixil
Jul 10, 2015
I love the RW song that goes "For I have loved you dearly, more dearly than the spoken word can tell.
Rozina1010
Jul 13, 2015
Happy to know that the Folk Songs are still appreciated today as they were when I was very young. I have PP&M on cassettes still and I play them on my stereo. But let's also have that marvelous ANDREA BOCCELLI too. I play him with the bass booster. What a voice!!!
CatLadyOKC
Jul 13, 2015
Agree w/you!!! Can't forget him...
pixipixil
Jul 13, 2015
Well I can't imitate Bocelli but I can sing opera if you would like me to. I know several Puccini arias, some Mozart, some Donizetti and Verdi, Gounod and Thomas. Can't promise to accompany myself on guitar, tho.How about some Rogers & hammerstain show songs. I know a bunch of 40's, 50's & 60's show songs and some operettas. Anybody for Indian Love Call?
trynfindit
Jul 13, 2015
LOL.
trynfindit
Jul 13, 2015
...that LOL was for Indian Love Call. Think we could all do it in unison? :0
pixipixil
Jul 14, 2015
We should alert any security guards around b4 we start. ;-)
cindyj28
Jul 14, 2015
Just came back from a picnic with my WOW group[world of widows]. we didn't sing or any of the other fun stuff we just talked and laughed. Great time.
Rozina1010
Jul 17, 2015
Really not an opera fan with a few aria exceptions. It just that when Andrea sings he just gets me with his voice so mellow unlike a lot of other male voices. Although I have quite a collection of tapes, cassettes, records, and CDs with a variety of different musical styles. He just has that very relaxing voice of his. I like his duet "The Prayer" I don't expect you to compete with a professional. We were just getting together for fun. Trynfindit is that the one that goes "When I'm calling you, you-uuuh, you" Isn't that a Nelson Eddy and Jeanette McDonald duet???
pixipixil
Jul 18, 2015
It is, Rozina. I think it is from the operetta RoseMarie. That one also has Stout-hearted Men.
Rozina1010
Jul 21, 2015
I learned about these two late. The library had all their movies and they have a bigger fan club now than when they were alive. It seems in real life Nelson Eddy couldn't stand Jeanette. KInd of like Clark Gable and Viv Leigh although it seems to make great chemistry for films or maybe they just make the first kiss or whatever real good so they can get away from each other. In the old days they told us they didn't do shots over and from this angle or that one etc. Get it right the 1st time. Well that Hollywood for ya But I still like the OLD movies most of the time. Cheerio, and pip-pip to you.
trynfindit
Jul 22, 2015
Rozina, "When I'm calling you, you-uuuh, you" Isn't that a Nelson Eddy and Jeanette McDonald duet???

yes.
Rozina1010
Jul 23, 2015
Yes, please read above response from pixipixil I do believe it's from Rosemarie film. They had great songs and I loved the Virginia Ham and eggs from another movie of theirs.
trynfindit
Jul 23, 2015
LOL. Sometimes I don't read all the responses very well I guess.
pixipixil
Jul 24, 2015
Thanks, Rozina for pointing out my post. That happens so often I begin to wonder why. I'll post an answer and it gets ignored then someone else will post it later on and ever one responds. If I didn't have enough interaction with all you folks over the years to know what a bunch of sweet people you are I would be hurt. It's probably a case of having too much to read on my posts so they are skipped.
trynfindit
Jul 24, 2015
I've sometimes felt the same way pixi.
aknan
Jul 24, 2015
Pixi, I think some posts come in quite close together and we just don't see all of them until later. I've had the same experience - it may be a day later when I read the answer to one of my comments.
aussiesapphire
Jul 24, 2015
If you click "Jigsaw" second icon on the right, then go down to "recent comments" you may pick up some that you missed. Hope that helps. Hugs.
pixipixil
Jul 25, 2015
I'll try that. Thanks, Aussie. Hugs back atcha.
aussiesapphire
Jul 25, 2015
Mwah pixi :)
trynfindit
Jul 26, 2015
I got a good laugh out of your saying "mwah." It's not something we hear much in our comments.
hockeyfan
Jul 8, 2015
So pretty. Would love to have one just like it with the landscaping and all.
jiggler
Jul 8, 2015
Delightful! I'd just fancy sitting there on a hot summer's day with a glass of ice-cold cider...and plenty of insect repellent!! Do you belong to the "gazeebo" camp or the "gazey-bo" camp?
kjd3682
Jul 8, 2015
Gazeebo for me! Never heard it pronounced the other way. Can I change my drink to cold ice tea (unsweetened, thank you).
jiggler
Jul 8, 2015
Yep, I've heard the "gazey-bo" one....sounds weird! And my dictionary doesn't list it.
fiestyolelady
Jul 7, 2015
I have a hugh deck. it is useless & expensive, Too hot, too cold, to rainey too sit out
JoyceRogers
Jul 7, 2015
I have a huge deck WITH a gazebo on it, but no one uses it for the same reasons you have. I designed the whole deck with delusions of grandeur, but it just didn't work out! I would use it every day, but I can't get down the steps to it. Ain't old age just a kick in the teeth??? ;)
slippers
Jul 7, 2015
We also built a deck and had the same problems as you so we covered half of it in, the builder put in a wooden frame and then we had a heavy duty type of plastic made up to fit and made into windows we could pull up and down according to the weather, best investment we ever made.
ginaSalonica
Jul 7, 2015
Very beautiful...I would sit there drinking tea and reading my book...how relaxing!!!
darambo
Jul 7, 2015
What a relaxing looking place to have a drink and barb-b-que with family and friends.
ginaSalonica
Jul 7, 2015
Indeed..
aussiesapphire
Jul 7, 2015
Welcome back darambo - missed you. Hugs.
elaineNH
Jul 7, 2015
Very nice..but needs some people sitting in the chairs
kittycat77
Jul 7, 2015
No we need a wedding
trynfindit
Jul 7, 2015
Yeah, US!
trynfindit
Jul 7, 2015
...sitting in the chairs.
elaineNH
Jul 7, 2015
Ok...a wedding is good..
aknan
Jul 7, 2015
What a beautiful venue this would be!
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