my bad.

lol It's May?? All this time I thought it was March.
I meant to say....

~*~Happy Birthday Peter.Nash: May 24, 1939!!~*~

No wonder when I was posting my message to Bob, I was having Deja Vu.
Now, another apology to dear Peter!
take care,



by jessie - 2007-05-28 01:05:09

i saw that it was your birthday on the 24th and i missed it. we were away and i couldn't get to it until now. so belated happy birthday and i must say that i thought of you on this cruise. the last day we were in victoria british columbia and of course we had high tea at the empress hotel which is very british and even the jam is made in england. it made me so proud to be canadian. they had tea in english china cups with little sandwiches one which was cucumber which queen elizabeth likes and the baked goods were scrumptuous. the waiter was so nice and everything was first class. victoria is in full bloom and it is now about 300,000 people but of course very expensive to live their. it is mostly retired people and many are 90 and still drive lol lol the empress hotel was built in the late 1980's and then added on to. write me back and tell me if you like tea? you must. you are english lol lol take care maureen


by jessie - 2007-05-28 01:05:54

i meant late 1890's and i spelled their wrong lol lol who was it that worried about the spelling all the time. i will have touse spellcheck maureen

Happy BEE-lated B-DAy

by queen_beez - 2007-05-28 03:05:44

From Queen_Beez!!!!!!!!
Hope you had a great day ! Sorry I missed telling you but Valerie was slacking. LOL. I will remember next year though.
Your "strange" friend,


by valerie - 2007-05-28 04:05:37

I feel loved. LOL!
My poor poor Susan. I think the pacer lead detached from your pacer and its now making you write corny jokes, like
"Happy BEE-lated B-day"
but I think I will use that joke later on in life somehow, LOL jk :)
I should talk, hehehe.
cucumber sandwiches???? Interesting. I haven't heard the word "scrumptuous" in awhile, lol. :)
take care fellow pacers :)

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