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 Post subject: Re: WELCOME TO 2019
PostPosted: Sat Jan 05, 2019 12:15 am
  

BlunderVirgin

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agnes wrote:
oh nice.

i also love the tree silhouettes.



Thanks so much Agnes. It caught my eye. If you can expand the pic you see the moon and Venus and then the upper star someone told me is Arius (something like that). It was a lucky pic with my iPhone.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 06, 2019 4:37 pm
  

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One Year Ago! Same as today. Just standing around watching the days go by.

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PostPosted: Sun Jan 06, 2019 8:32 pm
  

BlunderVirgin

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adg wrote:
One Year Ago! Same as today. Just standing around watching the days go by.

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That’s a lovely view out to the water.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2019 10:00 am
  

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That’s a lovely view out to the water.[/quote]

That's Cape Canaveral off just over the horizon. You can see all the launches from here. Pretty awesome sometimes.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2019 10:50 am
  

BlunderVirgin

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adg wrote:
That’s a lovely view out to the water.


That's Cape Canaveral off just over the horizon. You can see all the launches from here. Pretty awesome sometimes.[/quote]


I bet. I was working at Edwards Air Force Base as a civilian in the Flight Surgeons office the first time the Space Shuttle came in for a landing when it was released off the back of the 747. It was fantastic. They knew in theory it should glide but no one was truly sure it would.
But I’m a single woman and although the view over the water you look at is very fine (remember I love the water) I was kinda talking about you. Lol. You sure fire up the fantasies Mr. Hope that isn’t insulting.
Do you have any pics of your Mom from when she danced with Martha Graham? Did you see your Mom dance? I danced on pointe but just for me, too tall. I’m 5’8”, too tall for the Corp de ballet. I did a lot of art as a kid, then in the late 60’s it dropped off (was a wild child) then went back to it in the middle 70’s for personal enjoyment. Graduated high school though at age 16. Somewhere in my mind I knew I needed that. Now have 2 masters degrees, one in nursing and one in business.
Well dear man, hope you have a wonderful day. Getting close to tour time. Hope you can be zen about it.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2019 1:04 pm
  

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leenski wrote:
adg wrote:
That’s a lovely view out to the water.


That's Cape Canaveral off just over the horizon. You can see all the launches from here. Pretty awesome sometimes.



I bet. I was working at Edwards Air Force Base as a civilian in the Flight Surgeons office the first time the Space Shuttle came in for a landing when it was released off the back of the 747. It was fantastic. They knew in theory it should glide but no one was truly sure it would.
But I’m a single woman and although the view over the water you look at is very fine (remember I love the water) I was kinda talking about you. Lol. You sure fire up the fantasies Mr. Hope that isn’t insulting.
Do you have any pics of your Mom from when she danced with Martha Graham? Did you see your Mom dance? I danced on pointe but just for me, too tall. I’m 5’8”, too tall for the Corp de ballet. I did a lot of art as a kid, then in the late 60’s it dropped off (was a wild child) then went back to it in the middle 70’s for personal enjoyment. Graduated high school though at age 16. Somewhere in my mind I knew I needed that. Now have 2 masters degrees, one in nursing and one in business.
Well dear man, hope you have a wonderful day. Getting close to tour time. Hope you can be zen about it.[/quote]

Thanks for the comments. Yeah I do have some old photos from when my mom was in the company. Do you have a facebook page or someplace to upload it to? If you don't want to post it here, just shoot me a private message... I forgot how to do that, but it ought be easy. I'll try to upload to here... Just in case it works. nope. Didn't work.


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PostPosted: Mon Jan 07, 2019 2:19 pm
  

BlunderVirgin

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adg wrote:
leenski wrote:
adg wrote:
That’s a lovely view out to the water.


That's Cape Canaveral off just over the horizon. You can see all the launches from here. Pretty awesome sometimes.



I bet. I was working at Edwards Air Force Base as a civilian in the Flight Surgeons office the first time the Space Shuttle came in for a landing when it was released off the back of the 747. It was fantastic. They knew in theory it should glide but no one was truly sure it would.
But I’m a single woman and although the view over the water you look at is very fine (remember I love the water) I was kinda talking about you. Lol. You sure fire up the fantasies Mr. Hope that isn’t insulting.
Do you have any pics of your Mom from when she danced with Martha Graham? Did you see your Mom dance? I danced on pointe but just for me, too tall. I’m 5’8”, too tall for the Corp de ballet. I did a lot of art as a kid, then in the late 60’s it dropped off (was a wild child) then went back to it in the middle 70’s for personal enjoyment. Graduated high school though at age 16. Somewhere in my mind I knew I needed that. Now have 2 masters degrees, one in nursing and one in business.
Well dear man, hope you have a wonderful day. Getting close to tour time. Hope you can be zen about it.


Thanks for the comments. Yeah I do have some old photos from when my mom was in the company. Do you have a facebook page or someplace to upload it to? If you don't want to post it here, just shoot me a private message... I forgot how to do that, but it ought be easy. I'll try to upload to here... Just in case it works. nope. Didn't work.[/quote]


I do have a Facebook page it’s under Eileen Ostrander Cromey. We have spoken on the IM page of Facebook before. I’ll shoot you a message there, then you can upload there.


My daughter, my computer guru put me onto a system called “Imgur” to upload photos here that i took with my iPhone. That’s how I loaded that early morning view going into work.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 13, 2019 10:49 pm
  

BlunderVirgin

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Hello kindred moon lovers! I've landed in the right place. Living at the Pacific Ocean allows many opportunities for great moon and colorful sun photos over the water. Nature sings to our souls, how fun to be with others who hear the song ... when more of us focus on the joy of life, it multiplies. Wishing each of you more happiness, fun and love, especially in this year of 2019!!


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 10:17 am
  

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Image well we’re on the road again!



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PostPosted: Sat Jan 19, 2019 3:56 pm
  

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After the gig tonight in Ft. Lauderdale we’ll arrive back in the river tomorrow. More pix to follow. Hopefully.


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 19, 2019 8:57 pm
  

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Hey Arlo, I know you’re having a great tour. Hope you can catch some great pics of the Blood Moon tomorrow night. It’s also going to be a full eclipse. I, hoping we can see it here in the Bay Area. Very often we are so clouded over you can’t see the sky. Keep your fingers crossed for us. Supposed to start at 7:30 to 7:45 pm for us on the west coast. Gotta be outside tryin to catch the moonbeams before they are gone. Have a great night.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2019 7:01 pm
  

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OH EM JI the moon is beautiful!

it is very cold and it looks like the wind blew the clouds away and the moon seems “unphased” (so to speak)

I will have some spaghetti in case I have to go outside to see the eclipse.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2019 10:06 pm
  

BlunderVirgin

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agnes wrote:
OH EM JI the moon is beautiful!

it is very cold and it looks like the wind blew the clouds away and the moon seems “unphased” (so to speak)

I will have some spaghetti in case I have to go outside to see the eclipse.


Agnes, can you take some pics please? San Francisco is covered in clouds and rain. Unable to see the blessed moon. I would greatly appreciate it.


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2019 10:32 pm
  

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leenski wrote:
agnes wrote:
OH EM JI the moon is beautiful!

it is very cold and it looks like the wind blew the clouds away and the moon seems “unphased” (so to speak)

I will have some spaghetti in case I have to go outside to see the eclipse.


Agnes, can you take some pics please? San Francisco is covered in clouds and rain. Unable to see the blessed moon. I would greatly appreciate it.


Well,,,, I will say it again?

I don’t have a camera

Still, even if you can’t see it, it is still there


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PostPosted: Sun Jan 20, 2019 10:59 pm
  

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It’s there!


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