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Starrphyre
Feb 8, 2015
My club is going to lunch at Harrah's casino over in Laughlin, NV, on Friday, Feb. 13th and I am trying hard to not be stupidstitious about the date. I won't have any poker chips, tho'. I'm not that much of a gambler. Maybe I will spend a few quarters in one of the slots? Do you think Fri. the 13th will be my lucky day?
Laughlin is only about 35 mi. from here. My problem is that they are on Daylight time and Arizona never changes the time so I get so confused with it! Showed up one time for a doctor apmt. over
there and was two hours late. I explained and they were nice about it and let me see doc anyhow.
springinten13
Jun 2, 2013
Just found this site yesterday evening PTL! I love this site and it keeps me challenged and keeps my brain active. Thank you so much!
jiggler
Jun 2, 2013
Welcome, Springinten113, it's a fun site :-))
aussiesapphire
Jun 3, 2013
Welcome springinten13 and may you have many hours of enjoyment and companionship on here. Lots of lovely people here from many countries. Take care and God bless.
lydiagintn
Jun 3, 2013
Welcome springinten13! We have a wonderful, welcoming group here. Looking forward to getting to "know" you.
jiggler
Jun 3, 2013
Ooops, Springinten, I see inflation has set in - I added 100 to your name :-D
Barbaranne
Jun 3, 2013
Welcome to the site and the family of puzzlers, hope you will enjoy all the chat ( some sad and some joyful) that goes on here God bless you
springinten13
Jan 31, 2015
Thanks so much for your welcomes back then - guess I forgot for a while that I was signed in for this, but have been enjoying reading them. I need prayer - they have found a mass on my femure bone (right leg) going Feb. 2 to find out about it. Appreciate your prayers for I believe in them. Thanking you again for the welcome. I work at least 10 a day and do so love all the beautiful nature and animal photos- well actually love all of them - stimulates my brain
dbnc2
Jan 31, 2015
Praying I know they are answered
aussiesapphire
Jan 31, 2015
Dear springtinten, please add my prayers to others who are praying for you. I agree with you that prayer is so very powerful and there are some great prayer warriors on this site. Hang in there and God bless. Hugs.
Barbaranne
Feb 4, 2015
Springinten13, how did your visit to see about your leg go, are they going to be able to do something about it. I have added you to my prayer list which I take to Mass everyday. God bless you and give you peace.
dbnc2
Nov 23, 2014
Did as a mystery
susanjanefgm
Jul 30, 2014
That was a tad harder in mystery! Thought it was a plastic beach basket at first!
toadalove
Jun 6, 2014
Tough little puzzle!
micki
May 21, 2014
Oh..Oh..I'm getting Las Vegas fever!!
toadalove
May 1, 2014
I've done this and even won a bit! Not doing it anymore!
jiggler
Jun 2, 2013
And that's about as close as I intend to get to gambling chips!!!!!
pixipixil
Jun 2, 2013
Amen to that! Imagine a job where you sit all day pulling a lever and watching a machine spin then if all the right cogs line up you get to collect a salary. Who would want to keep that job? And yet folks will spend their vacations in front of those one armed bandits playing them all night.
cindyj28
Jun 2, 2013
I cant image gambling either. I dont like to lose and you know you are going to lose. Altho we used to play for pennies, and that was fun.
mountainmama
Jun 2, 2013
I used to work in a casino years ago. I would see the same people come in to play three or four times a week. It baffled my mind then and still does. Glad I quit that job.
aussiesapphire
Jun 2, 2013
I prefer my chips with salt on them! Blessings to all. Have a wonderful day.
jiggler
Jun 2, 2013
Oh, yes, aussie - along with nice fresh fish in a really crunchy batter! Oh, dear - hungry now!!!!
jiggler
Jun 2, 2013
I agree, pixi - you'd end up braindead as well as broke! There's too much going on in the world to waste time that way....I'd rather listen to the birds singing.
aussiesapphire
Jun 3, 2013
Tra la la la la, cooeeee and hahahahaha - how's that for birds singing jiggler!!
jiggler
Jun 3, 2013
Let me see if I can identify the three species! Hmmm...first - the Greater Plumed Hazelbird on a sunny day: second, the mating call of the Back-Country Digger-Bird: third, a Kookaburra having just spied the Digger-Bird :-))
aussiesapphire
Jun 3, 2013
Woohoo, you got it Jiggler hahahahaha. You are a very funny and creative lady. Although I did forget to put in the mating dance of the booby bird hahahahaha.
Barbaranne
Jun 3, 2013
Jiggler I've forgotten where you are from, but you talk about listening to the birds sing.At this moment, 21.15 on monday evening 'i have a blackbird in the tree outside my room and he is singing for all he is worth, and it is perfect music never a note out of tune. Goodnight, God bless
aussiesapphire
Jun 3, 2013
Hi Barbaranne, I will dob jiggler in lol. She is a transplanted Pom and lives in New Zealand and from our communication, I would say New Zealand is all the richer for having her there. God bless.
jiggler
Jun 4, 2013
Gosh, Aussie - thank you so much! (blushing...). You're a sweetie!!!
Barbaranne, we have blackbirds here too, and thrushes - love their songs. And I've just been in the park with my dog, listening to the Tuis - they are black, with a curl of white feathers at the throat, and they produce a beautiful cascade of notes....and then blow a raspberry!!!! Love 'em!
pixipixil
Jun 4, 2013
Oh Jiggler, isn't that comical about the Tuis! I mostly hear the cardinals. I can imitate them and gun them into a song contest. They will eventually trill like a canary if they are really good singers. Of course then they win the contest.
pixipixil
Jun 4, 2013
Aussie, you have much more email savvy than I do. What's dob and where is Pom?
jiggler
Jun 4, 2013
Pixi, a Pom is a British person (origins of the word obscure, several theories), and to "dob someone in" is the same as "put someone's weights up" - both Downunder (Australia/New Zealand) expressions meaning to give them away, tell tales on them :-))
pixipixil
Jun 4, 2013
I think I like the American "Brit" better. Somehow with Pom I'll always think of the Pomeranian doggies that are so cute. Of course who would mind being given a cute mascot like that? Thanks for letting me know. My NZ friend sent me a book of slang. When I find it I'll see if they have that expression. Right now everything is pulled apart because we had some work done inside so things are a bit harder to find than usual.
aussiesapphire
Jun 6, 2013
POM as far as I can recall stands for Prisoners of Her or His Majesty as Australia was largely populated by those who had been unlucky enough to fall foul of the law, even for such a small thing as stealing bread, and were sent out here to inhabit Australia as prisoners to work out their time.
pixipixil
Jun 9, 2013
I thought that was just Tasmania. I have a bool of photos of the entire Austraian coast from the air. They tell a bit about the settlements. tasmania is the prettiest. Wouldn't have minded being shipped there as a prisoner. Beats jail and about eighty percent of the places anywhere on earth.
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