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Diane
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Postby Diane » Fri Dec 09, 2005 11:48 am

Hi Linda,

Over here we normally refer to school as being where you attend up to age 16 or 18, and after that we talk of college/uni. But, maybe you're right, perhaps Graham is still in full-time ed. But then aren't we all. Every day's a day at school and all that.

I really hope you do manage a meet-up soon over in your neck of the woods. You sound like you have the drive to arrange it, Linda. Go for it, babe.

No need to be concerned about the cab. I shall be sleeping on Ali's floor after all those red needles. (Because I won't be able to negotiate getting into a bed).

See you later,

Diane
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Postby fast eddie » Fri Dec 09, 2005 1:06 pm

Just to clear up I am not still in school, I left when I was 16 and got myself a job. Looking back I am not sure if that was a good or bad thing :?

Unfortunatley I wont be able to attend the Bristol gathering but I hope you all have a good time and enjoy yourselves.

Graham
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Postby linda_lakeside » Fri Dec 09, 2005 7:42 pm

Hi Graham,

Sorry. Didn't mean to make your schooling a topic. The internet, as you probably know, is a good place to find a misunderstanding. I think, as Diane mentioned, that after a certain age, unless one is going to be a Dr., or Lawyer, a day alive, is like a day in school. So far, I'm hovering around a C average. :wink:

Regards,
Linda.
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Postby linda_lakeside » Fri Dec 09, 2005 7:50 pm

Hi Diane,

Yes. A meet-up in the Spring in Vancouver sounds like a very good idea. I should take a look at the map and see how many there are in this area. Now, that doesn't mean I'm going to take on the task, though! Just a prelim. reconnaissance. Vancouver can be pretty pricey for those that have to travel to get there. It's certainly worth checking out though. Spring in Vancouver... :D

See you,
Linda.
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Postby Diane » Sat Dec 10, 2005 6:06 pm

Hi Kevin, sorry you can’t make the meet-up. Look forward to seeing you around on the forum, anyway. Is there a significance to ‘fast eddie’ ?
...Spring in Vancouver... :D
Oh, Linda, a sense of wanting to start arranging my family’s holidays around LC events is starting to take seed in me. They will not comply of course, and why should they. But you make it sound so wonderful.

Glad you are getting the map out. Every great journey begins with getting the map out.

Diane
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Postby Tchocolatl » Tue Dec 13, 2005 8:38 pm

You guys around here do probably know about this DVD, but ey! Some, like me, may discover it with this link :D :

http://vls.easytree.org/vcd/cohen/cohen1.html



P.S. : Lucky people that will be in the middle of "Vancouver the Beautiful"'s cherry blossoms next spring.
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Postby linda_lakeside » Thu Dec 22, 2005 6:34 pm

Yes, I saved this so when I know 'precisely' when Spring arrives...

thanks Tchoco,
Linda.
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Anne-Marie
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Postby Anne-Marie » Fri Dec 23, 2005 1:32 am

Thank you for added these clips... :P

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