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  1. Date: 5/12/2010 6:01:00 PM
    just checking to see if you have anything new, still enjoyed this one again, always,..p.d.

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  1. Date: 5/7/2010 10:06:00 PM
    She sounds very "high" spirited indeed, Lynn! I like the giggly line!! A very unique work as always from you, sweetie pie. Hey thanks for telling me I came in 14th. Otherwise I never would have known. haha. (It was worth a shot) And YES< we did have Sears in '69 . IN fact, let me tell you what was born the year of my birthday in 1955: Disneyland, Civil Rights, McDonald's, Rock and Roll, and Playboy, and little old ME!!!!(your mini history lesson about the best year ever!) LUv Andrea

  1. Date: 5/7/2010 9:19:00 PM
    Firstly, thank-you for the kind comments on 'Falling *Stars*. I was actually in one of my morbid moods(I am 9/10ths up-beat, but that day I was burning up....)when I wrote it, but was able to twist it into a wish. About your poem here--this is really cool. You take an everyday American scene and turn it into an uplifting transcendence of spirit. I noticed from comments recently that you are younger then I had guessed from your work. You could really become a famous enigmatic poetess. Chris.

  1. Date: 5/7/2010 8:48:00 PM
    i can imagine that Clever Indian Princess was you. sounds like me in a way i love having fun with the customers at my work. Except that clever Indian I will never be. you are very high spirited,..i also want to thank you for all your lovely comments. you gave to me. you have a beauty with words even in your comments. that is the reason i believe in you. You truly are a good friend Lynette. i admire your work as much as you admire mine. tomorrow i will s.m. U 1 comment about my life,always,.p.d.

  1. Date: 5/7/2010 7:18:00 PM
    Lynette this is interesting how u put your caps in certain places.. been to Chuckie Cheese many times when my sons were small and all those games and rides too.. the spirit is high with giggles inside.. OH YES.. luv.. Linda-Marie..

  1. Date: 5/7/2010 6:37:00 PM
    Thanks for your comments on my late aunt. Eva was quite a funny lady and our whole family loved her, though she often did things to embarrass us...well, I wasn't embarrassed, but my father and sister freaked out when she carried her own gallon of milk into fancy restaurants. So many fun memories. Thanks again. She meant the world to me and I appreciate your comments more than you know. I don't think most people who commented actually read the poem, but you did. Love, Carolyn

  1. Date: 5/7/2010 6:03:00 PM
    It sounds like she has fun with the kids, Lynn. Keep up the "high spirit." Nicely done, Carolyn