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Post by neptune on 13th September 2014, 17:30

No porkies....exactly the same...birth time approx. 1330.....
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Post by muscovyduckling on 14th September 2014, 10:28

roseman wrote:Thank you so much Barbara, some of us could call you sis, some could call you Mum, some could call Nan. I will just call you a lovely lady named Barbara B

I think I'm the youngest here? Well, my dad was born in Oct 1945, so don't worry Barbara, no-one here will be calling you Nan!
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Post by Barbara B on 15th September 2014, 11:19

You can call me mum. :-) :-)

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Post by SueH on 15th September 2014, 16:12

Ah, Sis aka Barbara, Muscovyduckling and I, live not that far from you. Maybe we could all get together for a cuppa! This is called the social page David!! Sorry -

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Post by Barbara B on 15th September 2014, 17:24

That would be fine by us. We're retired. We're also busy, being involved with the dogs, but name a day and date and we'll see if we can work something out.

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Post by muscovyduckling on 15th September 2014, 21:24

Hahahaha Barbara! Sue and I are busy with our dogs too - snap! (We are also poor, but our vets are rich now). We've been trying to organise a get-together for aaaaages, and we only live 10 mins apart. I work weird shift work hours, so that doesn't help...
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Post by SueH on 18th September 2014, 13:56

Don't worry Barbara, we'll fix something soon. Zoe is right! She and I live at the vets with our respective dogs!! I can happily include all this on the forum 'cos David says so!! AND..... my dog's name is Rosie!!! love

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Post by Barbara B on 18th September 2014, 15:19

We have six shelties - Sparkle, Suzie, Cindy, Misty, Zoe and Sylvie. We also have a working line German Shepherd called Sally. Sally is currently being campaigned for her tracking titles - she already has her TD title. Zoe and Sylvie are currently being trained for tracking and Zoe does Obedience training too......and you're right - dogs' vet expenses canl keep anyone poor.

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Post by Ausrose on 19th September 2014, 17:12

3rd January, 1945.
AQ 14th March 1958

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 20th September 2014, 06:21

Doug you are a cradle snatcher, the AQ is just a baby.
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Post by Ausrose on 20th September 2014, 06:59

I thought if I married a younger woman I could train her. It didn't work.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 20th September 2014, 10:42

The word that comes to mind straight away is "bucklies"
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Post by Ausrose on 21st September 2014, 07:44

David one can only live in hope.

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Post by Balinbear on 21st September 2014, 13:04

You forgot the other option ie "None" as in "Bucklies or none"
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 21st September 2014, 14:18

Sorry Garry, it would not come to one that has memory loss.
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Post by Ausrose on 21st September 2014, 18:46

William Buckley (1780 30 January 1856) was an English convict who was transported to Australia, escaped, was given up for dead and lived in an Aboriginal community for many years.

Buckley's improbable survival is believed by many Australians to be the source of the vernacular phrase "you've got Buckley's or none" (or simply "you've got Buckley's"), which means "no chance", or "it's as good as impossible". The Macquarie Dictionary supports this theory, although the ANU Australian National Dictionary Centre tends to support a second theory:[2] that the expression was a pun on the name of a now defunct Melbourne department store chain, Buckley & Nunn.[3]

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