1194Re: Mary Mallon...Sammy the worm
- Dec 24, 2005Today was what is known as a blue bird. Totally blue sky. Warm, so warm the snow on mainstreet was melting as the fire department ushered Santa in to town from where he left his real sleigh out of town where the reindeer could rest and graze. He sat in a sleigh by the big christmas tree standing in the middle of the intersection of main street and 13th Street, and gave the long line of kids candy. They sat on his lap one at a time, some scared speechless and others overtaken with greed for their hopes of new toys. Their parents stood by chatting with friends. The brass band played carols. I had dinner and spirits with friends. The Christmas lights are twinkling in the cold evening. I am thankful to be living here full time again. Merry Christmas to all!
sam Voltaggio <cscsammy@...> wrote: I like popcorn....how is the lil theatre in Silverton?
I don't know why Santa and his significant other don't
As a lil whore I don't care and if I am afarid I have
to stay on the porch and bark.
No real tree here, no one actually here cept me and
Lilly cat and Missy cat. I need to drive a lil more
than an hour north to Lampasas, where Cathy and her
mother of 85 years are, I'll turn back Sunday evening
to Austin.Go snow shoeing when ya get a chance, bet
I'd give it a try, but I can go ice skating they
opened the other rink.Look in my eyes cause I'm the
only mirror you'll ever need....cause Ya just keep
getting prettier and prettier eveyday...can't wait til
tomorrow. Merry Holiday! Sammy V.
--- Lois MacKenzie wrote:
> It was just something that popped up in my mind.__________________________________
> Sorta like pop corn. Do you like popcorn? You know
> why Santa and Mrs. Claus don't have kids? Nursing
> actually started out with old whores not afraid to
> care for the sick. I guess they didn't have another
> way to make a living, or maybe they didn't care
> anymore, or maybe they felt they didn't have much
> to lose. Maybe they were the only ones who
> understood, cared and weren't afraid. Sometimes I
> think I can relate a little too well.
> Do have a happy Christmas! And be thankful we have
> a way to forgive ourselves and each other, because
> some don't have that. Do you get a real Christmas
> Whoa. A pet food recall!
> sam Voltaggio wrote: Are ya
> gonna put me in isolation on Red Mtn.? Do ya thunk
> I be a carrier.....causin the illness n killin of
> innocent people cause I don't believe I'm
> infected...when my mine is exploding and I'm a
> bottomfeeder..or worse a dispecable? Maybe ya think
> Typhoid Mary Mallon was me gran mother..Ahh...will
> the truth not be known..in her recapture an
> isolation on Brother island she helped in the
> hospital and became known as .."Nurse"...huw about
> yew?....maybe your related as well ..her might have
> been yer granny tew!
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> When I was a child in Silverton, one of the older
> started calling me Skunk Ears. I went to my father
> about it. He told me skunks have cute ears. That
> everything o.k., and the boy stopped using the name.
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When I was a child in Silverton, one of the older boys
started calling me Skunk Ears. I went to my father pouting
about it. He told me skunks have cute ears. That made
everything o.k., and the boy stopped using the name.
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