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Maggie
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« on: April 06, 2007, 01:42PM »

.....Well, not for a couple more days, but I will not have time to post on here until we return around 16th April. I will be logging in to read a couple of times, but will not have much time.

Before we leave, it's Easter.....I'll be reading at Church for the Easter Vigil on Saturday, then singing at Easter Mass with the choir.

We will be taking the laptop on our trip, but we have a really full schedule.

Heading up to Nashville to see Cathy in hospital.
Then on to Lexington Kentucky. (Well, Paris actually but then you might think I was off to France!)

We will be stopping along the way so if you see a blue and silver Chevy Conversion Van with an Irish flag plate on the front, wave hello.
Our van is equipped with a TV, CD and DVD player, a full bed, and a doggie bed for O'Malley.
 
We are armed with all Celtic Woman CDs, DVDs, other Irish movies and music.

We will be in very good company in Kentucky.....Tipperary people!

You may see a couple of quick posts from me as I promised someone I would (finally) post the pics from Winter Haven when we saw Deirdre and the Celtic Tenors.

I will have to send them to King Richard of the smileys.

I can be reached if it's important....I will check my e-mails now and again.
If it's really important, you've won the lotto and want to share....
Rich has my cell #.

Y'all take care, have a very happy Easter
With love and hugs to everyone from
Maggie, Dave and O'Malley


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fireyred09
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« Reply #1 on: April 06, 2007, 04:00PM »

Have a wondeful time! Your words of wisdom will be missed while you're gone! Will be praying for safe travels and happy memories!
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« Reply #2 on: April 06, 2007, 04:10PM »

Travel in peace and safety, Maggie! If you happen to run into a certain fiddle player extraordinaire, tell her "hello" for me.   Cheesy  I'll look forward to hear your full report on all your travels when you get home.

We're also very anxious to hear your report on Cathy when you see her. Keeping her in our prayers still.

A very Happy Easter to you, Dave, and O'Malley! And thank you very kindly for all you contribute to our forum, Maggie -- and especially to our education in "all things Irish." We don't say it nearly enough, but it's very much appreciated.

-Elizabeth xo
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« Reply #3 on: April 06, 2007, 08:12PM »

Hi Maggie,

I hope you have a wonderful trip. May God Bless you with good news about your friend Cathy. I am keeping your dear friend Cathy in my prayers. Let us know how she is doing. Enjoy the concert.


God bless,

Peggy
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« Reply #4 on: April 06, 2007, 08:21PM »

Máiréad Ni Riain, our dear, dear one and only Maggie, my best wishes to you and yours and my prayers for a safe journey. Huge hugs to all of you and to  'you know who' if you should meet her.
Courtland
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« Reply #5 on: April 06, 2007, 09:07PM »

Sounds like you have a full plate.  Have fun and be safe.
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Maggie
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« Reply #6 on: April 10, 2007, 06:39AM »

Thank you all very much!

We are getting ready for our trip......well, O'Malley and I are getting ready.
Our driver is still in bed, resting up for the long drive.

We will stop in Alachua for a quick meeting and cup of coffee with Trudi.

Hopefully she will have the latest news on Cathy.
Then we continue up to Nashville, to the Hospital.

Believe it or not, I could not find a plastic flamingo to take for her.
So I am taking a big nylon one that hangs from a patio or tree, or on her saline drip. 
(I hope you read the story of Lucille the Flamingo, so you know what this is about).
I have called the flamingo Granuaile, and dressed her in green.
From Nashville we head for Lexington Kentucky, and for the Louisville Palace on Friday night.

Yes Courtland, hugs all round!!! Kiss

Now it's time to wake the Boss with a cup of coffee.
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