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Sunday, January 29, 2006

Fwd: Someone

someone
wants to stay up watching old movies with
you
someone
wants to share their dreams with you
someone
wants to hold you in their arms
someone
wants YOU to hold them in your arms
someone
treasures your spirit
someone
wishes they could STOP time because of
you
someone
can't wait to see you
someone
wishes that things didn't have to change
someone
loves you for who you are
someone
loves the way you make them feel
someone
wants to be with you
someone
hears a song that reminds them of you
someone
wants you to know they are there for you
someone
is glad that you're their friend
someone
wants to be your friend
someone
stayed up all night thinking about you
someone
is alive because of you
someone
is wishing that you would notice them
someone
wants to get to know you better
someone
believes that you are their soul mate
someone
wants to be near you
someone
misses your guidance and advice
someone
values your guidance and advice
someone
has faith in you
someone
trusts you
someone
needs you to send them this letter
someone
needs your support
someone
needs you to have faith in them
someone
needs you to let them be your friend
someone
will cry when they read this
  SEND THIS ON TO SOMEONE SPECIAL
send this to
0-1 people, your life will be short and terrible

1-5 people you will meet someone special
5-10 people you will meet your soul mate
10-15 people you will be happy

15-20 people you will marry and be happy
20 or more you will marry that one special person
in your life
( also send it back to the person that sent it to u ( that is if u care )
~KJ~

Fwd: Someone

You are Everything To Somebody
Right now at this very minute-----------

someone
is very proud of you
someone
is thinking of you
someone
cares about you
someone
misses you
someone
wants to talk to you
someone
wants to be with you
someone
hopes you aren't in trouble
someone
is thankful for the support you have
provided
someone
wants to hold your hand

someone

hopes everything turns out all right
someone
wants you to be happy
someone
wants you to find them
someone
is celebrating your successes
someone
wants to give you a gift
someone
think you ARE a gift
someone
hopes you are not too cold, or too hot
someone
wants to hug you
someone
loves you
someone
wants to lavish you with small gifts
someone
admires your strength
someone
is thinking of you and smiling
someone
wants to be your shoulder to cry on
someone
wants to go out with you and have a lot of fun
someone
thinks the world of you
someone
wants to protect you
someone
would do anything for you
someone
wants to be forgiven
someone
is grateful for your forgiveness
someone
wants to laugh with you about old times
someone
remembers you and wishes you were there
someone
needs to know that your love is unconditional
somebody
values your advice
someone
wants to tell you how much they care
 

Wednesday, January 25, 2006

Fwd: Bloc Quebecois Leader Gilles Duceppe in Val D'Or in 2005


KITCISAKIK, Que. — Bloc Quebecois leader Gilles Duceppe on Saturday saw for himself some of the hardships faced by natives and forestry workers in northern Quebec.

Duceppe's campaign stop in the Algonquin community of Kitcisakik gave him an opportunity to see a town that has no running water.

Native leaders say the situation makes them feel they are living in 1920.

Duceppe is believed to be the first political leader to visit the town of nearly 400 people, located several hundred kilometres northwest of Montreal.

Residents need generators to light and heat their houses -- despite living in the shadow of hydroelectric dam.

All the village's children over the age of six also have to live in Val-D'Or, about 100 kilometres away, to attend classes because there is no school.

Duceppe, who shook hands with people in a meeting hall, wondered how things could be this bad in the community.

"It's completely ridiculous,'' he said, voicing his support for a proposal to spend $100 million to build a new village for the people.

The grand chief of the Algonquin nation, Lucien Wabanonik, who was on hand for the visit, slammed the government for letting things get so bad.

"It makes us think of 1920. We're Quebec in 2005. Very little has been done for this community and several other of our communities. Is this the social justice that Canada promotes?'' he said.

"My biggest desire, me, is to have our children with us every day,'' added Adrienne Anichiapeo, the wife of Kitcisakik's chief, Edmond Brazeau.

"It's inconceivable what we're going through as mothers, as fathers.''

Brazeau also made a painful appeal to federal and provincial leaders.

"We need for the parties to put aside their endless bickering,'' he said.

"We've always been victims ... I dream that these chiefs make a promise to the chiefs of Kitcisakik -- and Canadians -- to work hard with us to fix the problems that civilization has brought us,'' he said.

Part of the Kitcisakik problem is its refusal to become a reserve -- leading to years of bickering between Ottawa and Quebec City over who has responsibility for its people.

Earlier in the day, the Bloc leader also lent his support to forestry workers in Lebel-sur-Quevillon, a community where Domtar Inc. has idled two mills.

More than 400 workers lost their jobs in November when the company closed both its pulp mill and saw mill in the town as part of a plan to return to profitability.

Domtar pledged to reopen the complex when conditions permit, but it was a massive blow to the town founded as a result of the mill being built there in the 1960s.

In nearby Champneuf, newsprint leader Abitibi-Consolidated Inc. also closed a saw mill last month, leaving about 50 people jobless.

"We'll never abandon you,'' Duceppe told the Lebel-sur-Quevillon residents, adding that he always kept his word.

However, he was careful on the issue of forestry policy.

He notably avoided delighting in the borrowing by the Liberals of his idea to guarantee loans to forestry companies hurt by U.S. import duties.

He said that the aid only covers 16 per cent of the $5 billion "confiscated'' by the Americans

Native Women petition against descrimination in Quebec

http://www.faq-qnw.org/petition_fre.htm

Tuesday, January 24, 2006

Thanks Maggie!! Breast Cancer Walk around the World!!!

 


PLEASE KEEP HER GOING  (was animated)

This woman is walking the World for Breast Cancer. Please pass her
on so that
she can reach her destination. Say a prayer for all those who are
affected by
this terrible disease. She's walking around the world - via e-mail!!
Pass it on
so she can get there!     

 

Maggie

nightskies
http://www.smileycentral.com/?partner=ZSzeb001_ZNxmk574YYUS

Doctors and medications

 

    Still not sure what is wrong!!! Maybe there will be better answers after more tests?

                    

               Thank you so much CheyFire !!!

                     So Glad you are better!!!

Monday, January 23, 2006

My young son is ill!!

 

My son was ill and in pain this week end  and now coming in from work he is coughing up blood!!! Oh he looks so pale that he looks like death and so old. Yes, I am very worried!!!!   Selfishly, yes he has been my life line to humanity really!!    I just can't lose him,  I would die myself if I lost him !!!!!   Prayers please!!! Thank you!!!        Ann Little Running Deer

Friday, January 13, 2006

The Full Wolf Moon Rises Jan. 14

Full Moon


The Full Wolf Moon Rises Jan. 14

 

Full Moon FeatureIndian tribes gave this name to January's moon because hungry wolves used to howl outside villages at this time of year. Learn more about moon names and take a moon walk with binoculars and a lunar map.

- Get Space News and Photos at space.aol.com

- BONUS: See the Jan.-Feb. issue of Night Sky magazine in a new digital format! Includes several moon articles!

Sunday, January 8, 2006

Owl Birthday Cake and a Happy Birthday wishes!!!

                          

Leaves Of Grass. A Carol Of Harvest For 1867

                        
A SONG of the good green grass!
A song no more of the city streets;
A song of farms--a song of the soil of fields.

A song with the smell of sun-dried hay, where the nimble pitchers
handle the pitch-fork;
A song tasting of new wheat, and of fresh-husk'd maize.


For the lands, and for these passionate days, and for myself,
Now I awhile return to thee, O soil of Autumn fields,
Reclining on thy breast, giving myself to thee,
Answering the pulses of thy sane and equable heart,
Tuning a verse for thee. 10

O Earth, that hast no voice, confide to me a voice!
O harvest of my lands! O boundless summer growths!
O lavish, brown, parturient earth! O infinite, teeming womb!
A verse to seek, to see, to narrate thee.


Ever upon this stage,
Is acted God's calm, annual drama,
Gorgeous processions, songs of birds,
Sunrise, that fullest feeds and freshens most the soul,
The heaving sea, the waves upon the shore, the musical, strong waves,
The woods, the stalwart trees, the slender, tapering trees, 20
The flowers, the grass, the lilliput, countless armies of the grass,
The heat, the showers, the measureless pasturages,
The scenery of the snows, the winds' free orchestra,
The stretching, light-hung roof of clouds--the clear cerulean, and
the bulging, silvery fringes,
The high dilating stars, the placid, beckoning stars,
The moving flocks and herds, the plains and emerald meadows,
The shows of all the varied lands, and all the growths and products.


Fecund America! To-day,
Thou art all over set in births and joys!
Thou groan'st with riches! thy wealth clothes thee as with a swathing
garment! 30
Thou laughest loud with ache of great possessions!
A myriad-twining life, like interlacing vines, binds all thy vast
demesne!
As some huge ship, freighted to water's edge, thou ridest into port!
As rain falls from the heaven, and vapors rise from earth, so have
the precious values fallen upon thee, and risen out of thee!
Thou envy of the globe! thou miracle!
Thou, bathed, choked, swimming in plenty!
Thou lucky Mistress of the tranquil barns!
Thou Prairie Dame that sittest in the middle, and lookest out upon
thy world, and lookest East, and lookest West!
Dispensatress, that by a word givest a thousand miles--that giv'st a
million farms, and missest nothing!
Thou All-Acceptress--thou Hospitable--(thou only art hospitable, as
God is hospitable.) 40


When late I sang, sad was my voice;
Sad were the shows around me, with deafening noises of hatred, and
smoke of conflict;
In the midst of the armies, the Heroes, I stood,
Or pass'd with slow step through the wounded and dying.

But now I sing not War,
Nor the measur'd march of soldiers, nor the tents of camps,
Nor the regiments hastily coming up, deploying in line of battle.

No more the dead and wounded;
No more the sad, unnatural shows of War.

Ask'd room those flush'd immortal ranks? the first forth-stepping
armies? 50
Ask room, alas, the ghastly ranks--the armies dread that follow'd.


(Pass--pass, ye proud brigades!
So handsome, dress'd in blue--with your tramping, sinewy legs;
With your shoulders young and strong--with your knapsacks and your
muskets;
--How elate I stood and watch'd you, where, starting off, you
march'd!

Pass;--then rattle, drums, again!
Scream, you steamers on the river, out of whistles loud and shrill,
your salutes!
For an army heaves in sight--O another gathering army!
Swarming, trailing on the rear--O you dread, accruing army!
O you regiments so piteous, with your mortal diarrhoea! with your
fever! 60
O my land's maimed darlings! with the plenteous bloody bandage and
the crutch!
Lo! your pallid army follow'd!)


But on these days of brightness,
On the far-stretching beauteous landscape, the roads and lanes, the
high-piled farm-wagons, and the fruits and barns,
Shall the dead intrude?

Ah, the dead to me mar not--they fit well in Nature;
They fit very well in the landscape, under the trees and grass,
And along the edge of the sky, in the horizon's far margin.

Nor do I forget you, departed;
Nor in winter or summer, my lost ones; 70
But most, in the open air, as now, when my soul is rapt and at
peace--like pleasing phantoms,
Your dear memories, rising, glide silently by me.


I saw the day, the return of the Heroes;
(Yet the Heroes never surpass'd, shall never return;
Them, that day, I saw not.)

I saw the interminable Corps--I saw the processions of armies,
I saw them approaching, defiling by, with divisions,
Streaming northward, their work done, camping awhile in clusters of
mighty camps.

No holiday soldiers!--youthful, yet veterans;
Worn, swart, handsome, strong, of the stock of homestead and
workshop,
Harden'd of many a long campaign and sweaty march, 80
Inured on many a hard-fought, bloody field.


A pause--the armies wait;
A million flush'd, embattled conquerors wait;
The world, too, waits--then, soft as breaking night, and sure as
dawn,
They melt--they disappear.

Exult, indeed, O lands! victorious lands!
Not there your victory, on those red, shuddering fields;
But here and hence your victory.

Melt, melt away, ye armies! disperse, ye blue-clad soldiers!
Resolve ye back again--give up, for good, your deadly arms; 90
Other the arms, the fields henceforth for you, or South or North, or
East or West,
With saner wars--sweet wars--life-giving wars.


Loud, O my throat, and clear, O soul!
The season of thanks, and the voice of full-yielding;
The chant of joy and power for boundless fertility.

All till'd and untill'd fields expand before me;
I see the true arenas of my race--or first, or last,
Man's innocent and strong arenas.

I see the Heroes at other toils;
I see, well-wielded in their hands, the better weapons. 100


I see where America, Mother of All,
Well-pleased, with full-spanning eye, gazes forth, dwells long,
And counts the varied gathering of the products.

Busy the far, the sunlit panorama;
Prairie, orchard, and yellow grain of the North,
Cotton and rice of the South, and Louisianian cane;
Open, unseeded fallows, rich fields of clover and timothy,
Kine and horses feeding, and droves of sheep and swine,
And many a stately river flowing, and many a jocund brook,
And healthy uplands with their herby-perfumed breezes, 110
And the good green grass--that delicate miracle, the ever-recurring
grass.


Toil on, Heroes! harvest the products!
Not alone on those warlike fields, the Mother of All,
With dilated form and lambent eyes, watch'd you.

Toil on, Heroes! toil well! Handle the weapons well!
The Mother of All--yet here, as ever, she watches you.

Well-pleased, America, thou beholdest,
Over the fields of the West, those crawling monsters,
The human-divine inventions, the labor-saving implements:
Beholdest, moving in every direction, imbued as with life, the
revolving hay-rakes, 120
The steam-power reaping-machines, and the horse-power machines,
The engines, thrashers of grain, and cleaners of grain, well
separating the straw--the nimble work of the patent pitch-fork;
Beholdest the newer saw-mill, the southern cotton-gin, and the rice-
cleanser.

Beneath thy look, O Maternal,
With these, and else, and with their own strong hands, the Heroes
harvest.

All gather, and all harvest;
(Yet but for thee, O Powerful! not a scythe might swing, as now, in
security;
Not a maize-stalk dangle, as now, its silken tassels in peace.)


Under Thee only they harvest--even but a wisp of hay, under thy great
face, only;
Harvest the wheat of Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin--every barbed spear,
under thee; 130
Harvest the maize of Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee--each ear in its
light-green sheath,
Gather the hay to its myriad mows, in the odorous, tranquil barns,
Oats to their bins--the white potato, the buckwheat of Michigan, to
theirs;
Gather the cotton in Mississippi or Alabama--dig and hoard the
golden, the sweet potato of Georgia and the Carolinas,
Clip the wool of California or Pennsylvania,
Cut the flax in the Middle States, or hemp, or tobacco in the
Borders,
Pick the pea and the bean, or pull apples from the trees, or bunches
of grapes from the vines,
Or aught that ripens in all These States, or North or South,
Under the beaming sun, and under Thee.

Walt Whitman

 

Friday, January 6, 2006

Thursday, January 5, 2006

Soul Mates




     


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Caring



For caring about someone else, in just a simple way.

No, you don't need to give your last name or your site name or your home address in just sending a thoughtful Card, so it is a safe way in reaching out to share a hug with a stranger losing hope.

Caroline Bochud

 

 

May you all

 

Once again for being so kind !!

Ann:)


[The_Sacred_Groves] Fwd: Special request of a friend who's sister has cancer


Comment from: judypearllove
CYNDY MADE THIS ENTRY IN HER JOURNAL AND MY CARD IS IN THE MAIL I HOPE THIS MAKES MANY CARDS COME EMMA'S WAY
http://journals.aol.com/cyndygee/TheRealWorldofcyndygee

5:04:28 AM EST
Feeling
Quiet THE KINDNESS OF STRANGERS
JudyPearlLove has posted a rather poignant email in her journal.If our journals and emails serve to get out the word that this lady is making the simple request that we each send her sister a card, then our journals have served the greater good.  Isn't that powerful!?!How often do we get ASKED to do a sort of random act of kindness?  Yes, we were prompted, but it is still a meaningful act for a complete stranger and I can think ofnothing kinder, more compassionate.  This woman is asking US to help her sister beat cancer . . .  with the simple encouragement of a card.Here's the email posted on JudyPearlLove's journal:Sherry <shergirt@yahoo.com> wrote:

To: The_Sacred_Groves@yahoogroups.com
From: "Sherry" <shergirt@yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 03 Jan 2006 13:02:48 -0000
Subject: [The_Sacred_Groves] Fwd: Special request of a friend who's sister has cancer

I would like to pass along a request that I received
from one of my readers. Her sister has breast cancer
and she has a special request from all of us.
Here is her letter:

Good Morning Everyone,
Today I am coming to you on bended knee.
I am asking this on behalf of my precious sister
who is frightened and quite alone on this journey.
She has suffered 8 years with Breast Cancer
and now it has traveled to her lungs and her liver.
She is scared and needs support of any kind.
My request of you is, if you can find it in your heart
to send a card to a complete stranger?
I asked her if I may give her address out
and she was more then happy to do so.
I want her to see what online friends are really all about.
I want her to get cards from across the world.
I want to fill her room from wall to wall.
That is my wish for my beautiful sis.
We just lost our older sister last year to this dreaded disease
Please if you haven't already, get your Mammogram.
My sister's address is:

Emma Scarola
2386 Black  River Road
Bethlehem, PA 18015

PS: I just thought of something else.
How cool would it be if you forwarded this mail
to everyone on your buddy list
and they in turn did the same.
Gosh it could go around the world
and back several times.
Please Forward.
Please do this nice gesture
and see how good your heart feels.

Love & Peace
Bunny
If she is willing to put her address OUT THERE, then I believe the least I can do is send a card. I KNOW YOU AND I KNOW YOU CARE EVEN THO SHE'S A STRANGER AND I KNOW I CAN COUNT ON YOU!It will make you feel good.  You'll feel that you made a difference . . . and you did.  You brought a smile and you brought encouragement to one who is suffering and is going another round against this dreaded disease.  You ALSO supported her tired worried sister.  I pray Emma regains her health.  Our support is so important.I'VE NEVER KNOWN PEOPLE BETTER THAN I HAVE MET ON THESE CYBER PAGES.  THANK YOU EVERYONE!                           


Written by cyndygee .
This entry has 31 comments: Show Recent | Add your own 


I ALSO HAVE A POSTING IN MY JOURNAL HERE

http://journals.aol.com/judypearllove/ToBlessedToBeStressed/

I READ THIS ENTRY IN ONE OF MY ALERTS FROM  AN AOL JOURNALIST ASKING FOR US TO SEND EMMA A CARD FROM HER SISTER. EMMA HAS BREAST CANCER AND IT HAS NOW SPREAD TO HER LUNGS AND LIVER READ HERE. OR KEEP READING MY JOURNAL AND IT WILL BECOME CLEAR.  http://journals.aol.com/a2002v2002/NAMoments/entries/2475

I RESPONDED AND RIGHT AWAY I GOT AN EMAIL FROM CYNDY WHO ALSO RESPONDED BY POSTING THIS ENTRY INTO HER JOURNAL. NOW WE ARE ON OUR WAY TO MANY BEAUTIFUL CARDS TO A SICK AND VERY SCARED LADY. CYNDY SAID IN HER EMAIL TO ME AS YOU WILL READ BELOW THAT IT TAKES SOMEONE 3 TIMES TO SEE SOMETHING TO TAKE AFFECT SO NOW WE HAVE 3 REQUEST OUT IN J-LAND TO SEND A CARD TO THIS LADY WITH BREAST CANCER. THIS IS THE EMAIL I RECIEVED FROM CYNDY. 
Good Morning, Judy!   I wanted you to know what I had done about your email and entry in your journal.  I put an entry about this email into my journal:   http://journals.aol.com/cyndygee/TheRealWorldofcyndygee   I realize that some people received two emails and looked at two journals about Emma's wish, but in the business world there is a saying that people are convinced of something after seeing it three times.  Hopefully, oneother journalist decided to reprint the email.    I hope that I can add to the number of cards of encouragement and get well that Emma receives.   It's so kind of you to do this and I know it will help the cause.   I hope you have a lovely day,                                  Cyndy   Cyndy

If she is willing to put her address OUT THERE, then I believe the least I can do is send a card. I KNOW YOU AND I KNOW YOU CARE EVEN THO SHE'S A STRANGER AND I KNOW I CAN COUNT ON YOU!It will make you feel good.  You'll feel that you made a difference . . . and you did.  You brought a smile and you brought encouragement to one who is suffering and is going another round against this dreaded disease.  You ALSO supported her tired worried sister.  I pray Emma regains her health.  Our support is so important.I'VE NEVER KNOWN PEOPLE BETTER THAN I HAVE MET ON THESE CYBER PAGES.  THANK YOU EVERYONE! 

LOVE JUDY PEARL

Comment from judypearllove - 1/5/06 1:10 PM

Hello
I got this site from Judy and I too am sending a card and am forwarding this to all the people on my list. we will be praying for her and your family. Sunshine
Comment from sunshinemontag - 1/5/06 8:45 PM


   Thank you so much Judy and all who are sending a card !!!

Hugs!!

Ann:)
Comment from a2002v2002 - 1/5/06 7:10 PM

Wednesday, January 4, 2006

[The_Sacred_Groves] Fwd: Special request of a friend who's sister has cancer

This from my group Send a card if you can and pass this on magie/nightskies

Sherry <shergirt@yahoo.com> wrote:
To: The_Sacred_Groves@yahoogroups.com
From: "Sherry" <shergirt@yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 03 Jan 2006 13:02:48 -0000
Subject: [The_Sacred_Groves] Fwd: Special request of a friend who's sister has cancer

I would like to pass along a request that I received
from one of my readers. Her sister has breast cancer
and she has a special request from all of us.
Here is her letter:

Good Morning Everyone,
Today I am coming to you on bended knee.
I am asking this on behalf of my precious sister
who is frightened and quite alone on this journey.
She has suffered 8 years with Breast Cancer
and now it has traveled to her lungs and her liver.
She is scared and needs support of any kind.
My request of you is, if you can find it in your heart
to send a card to a complete stranger?
I asked her if I may give her address out
and she was more then happy to do so.
I want her to see what online friends are really all about.
I want her to get cards from across the world.
I want to fill her room from wall to wall.
That is my wish for my beautiful sis.
We just lost our older sister last year to this dreaded disease
Please if you haven't already, get your Mammogram.
My sister's address is:

Emma Scarola
2386 Black  River Road
Bethlehem, PA 18015

PS: I just thought of something else.
How cool would it be if you forwarded this mail
to everyone on your buddy list
and they in turn did the same.
Gosh it could go around the world
and back several times.
Please Forward.
Please do this nice gesture
and see how good your heart feels.
Merry Christmas to you all,

Love & Peace
Bunny

Sunday, January 1, 2006

What's In the Stars for 2006?

http://reference.aol.com/space/nightsky?id=20051213114409990002

 

What's In the Stars for 2006?

 

http://reference.aol.com/space/nightsky?id=20051219162009990002The coldest nights of the year bring the brightest stars so be prepared to see Orion and other constellations this month. You can also print a calendar that will help you plan your skywatching sessions for the whole year.

-- Using a Naked-Eye Star Map
-- Get news, sky charts and updates at space.aol.com
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