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At 7:38pm on July 16, 2009, Dazzling Zoomer Gal Diana said…
Pssssst.... wicked page too! LOVE the colour balance. So Pulp!
At 7:37pm on July 16, 2009, Dazzling Zoomer Gal Diana said…
Thank you SO much for joining For Women Only and for posting such an important discussion question. I've featured it, and hope we have more member responses. It is wonderful to have your participation and support . . .

Absolutely Fabulous Darling!
At 6:26am on July 8, 2009, Lori said…
Welcome to the Educators Group!

At 11:13pm on July 3, 2009, Deb S said…
Hey WS, where did you grow up in Florida and where did you move to in Texas? I grew up outside of the San Antonio area and moved to Tally.
At 11:10pm on July 3, 2009, Deb S said…
You wrote on film. What did you write about related to film?

My dissertation is about reading but actually focusing in on the teacher. I will be looking at new teachers and how they use the knowledge that they learn in college and see how it transfers to the classroom (or if it even transfers to the classroom).
At 10:56pm on July 3, 2009, Deb S said…
Tanker is 11. His hips are deteriorating. It is difficult to see him going down hill so quickly.

I always crated my dogs when I left the house until they were past that stage. I still crate them at night. They expect it and feel safe.

However, Tanker hated being in a crate and busted out of a metal crate with his giant head. Amazingly strong.

I got him because I wanted a big dog. I wanted a mastiff and my husband (now ex) told me that I could not have that big of a dog, so when he went out of town, I got Tanker. Tanker ended up being only 115 lbs. My ex traveled a lot and the kids and I were alone frequently. I felt safer with Tanker.

Tanker was very easy to train. I think I was lucky. My brother in law has English Bulldogs and they attack brooms and stuff like that. Tanker never did that.
At 6:32pm on July 3, 2009, Deb S said…
Thank you for enjoying my dog. He is a precious companion. Did you do your photos, drawings, and crocheted items? Beautiful!!!

Good luck with your puppy. He will be a chewing beast. You will have to have great patience and great love. The good news, he will grow out of it!!!!
At 8:26am on July 1, 2009, Donald A Hagelberg said…
Grace Unto You And Peace,
Ms W.S.,
I have created "A Hot Cup Of Poetry," with your help.

If you do poetry, come aboard?

Agape, kiitos, shalom, xie xie, salaam ja namaste,

Don as "Tauno"
At 10:03pm on June 30, 2009, Donald A Hagelberg said…
Grace Unto You And Peace,
Ms WS,

You have experience on both the original board and on this board. If you could "tell me where to go?" [Gentle humour!] I would appreciate it.

In other words, where on the venue do I go in order to set up a group?

Could I ask you questions on what to do, if and only if after reading the tutoring and instructions I am stumped as to how to proceed?

In other words would you act as a mentor and suggest the places where solutions might be?

Agape, kiitos, shalom, xie xie, salaam, ja namaste,

Don as "Tauno"
At 10:46am on June 30, 2009, lynn53 said…
Hi WS,
First off love your photo shots that are flashing above so soothing I never really took much time finding what works or doesnt as far as flowers or plants go I like to just give everything a chance as long as I find them visiualy beautiful at the time I buy them I just plant them I know this isnt such a great way to have a garden but sometimes I do amaze myself with this practice lol..love ya lynn53



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