Remembering Connie Saturday @ the MSC

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Re: Remembering Connie Saturday @ the MSC

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parrotsgirl wrote:
jbfinscj wrote:
lime rickie wrote:
jbfinscj wrote:
If you got that from Bonzo and it tastes like rain water from a rusty barrel....well, you might want to get a tetanus shot
That's real beer. Bonzo is busy helping Bits on Intemperance Island today.

Who gave him the night off?
he's in baby shower mode, so we need to cut him some slack I guess :wench:

He's a monkey, do you not realize how many kids and grandkids he has....hundreds. This excuse hasn't worked in years.
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Re: Remembering Connie Saturday @ the MSC

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Connie was just the best...From the first time that I met her in 2006, she was so friendly to me.
She called me out of the blue a few times back then.
Then a few years passed without me seeing her, although we did communicate every now and then online or by phone.
I regret that I did not spend as much time as I wished I had with her.
She was a straight shooter. Even just days ago when I told her about a personal problem via FB messenger, she gave me great advice.
She even asked me about it when I visited her just a couple of days ago. She really cared.
The last couple of times that I visited her, we had some good talks. Some laughs. It was terrible seeing her in pain.
She was so proud of Fernandina Beach and even drove me on a tour around the town back in March,
and then again in April when Garry and I visited her.
I will never ever think of Fernandina Beach, flamingos or a cup of coffee again without thinking of her.
Love you Lulu :-D
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Re: Remembering Connie Saturday @ the MSC

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sonofabeach wrote:Connie was just the best...From the first time that I met her in 2006, she was so friendly to me.
She called me out of the blue a few times back then.
Then a few years passed without me seeing her, although we did communicate every now and then online or by phone.
I regret that I did not spend as much time as I wished I had with her.
She was a straight shooter. Even just days ago when I told her about a personal problem via FB messenger, she gave me great advice.
She even asked me about it when I visited her just a couple of day ago. She really cared.
The last couple of times that I visited her, we had some good talks. Some laughs. It was terrible seeing her in pain.
She was so proud of Fernandina Beach and even drove me on a tour around the town back in March,
and then again in April when Garry and I visited her.
I will never ever think of Fernandina Beach, flamingos or a cup off coffee again without thinking of her.
Love you Lulu :-D
thanks for sharing those memories....she was a one in a million that's for sure
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Re: Remembering Connie Saturday @ the MSC

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sonofabeach wrote:Connie was just the best...From the first time that I met her in 2006, she was so friendly to me.
She called me out of the blue a few times back then.
Then a few years passed without me seeing her, although we did communicate every now and then online or by phone.
I regret that I did not spend as much time as I wished I had with her.
She was a straight shooter. Even just days ago when I told her about a personal problem via FB messenger, she gave me great advice.
She even asked me about it when I visited her just a couple of days ago. She really cared.
The last couple of times that I visited her, we had some good talks. Some laughs. It was terrible seeing her in pain.
She was so proud of Fernandina Beach and even drove me on a tour around the town back in March,
and then again in April when Garry and I visited her.
I will never ever think of Fernandina Beach, flamingos or a cup of coffee again without
'thinking of her.
Love you Lulu :-D
Michael??? I didn't know you were on BN!!!! Thanks for your avatar pic that I recognize from FB :D
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Re: Remembering Connie Saturday @ the MSC

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Saltx3 wrote:
sonofabeach wrote:Connie was just the best...From the first time that I met her in 2006, she was so friendly to me.
She called me out of the blue a few times back then.
Then a few years passed without me seeing her, although we did communicate every now and then online or by phone.
I regret that I did not spend as much time as I wished I had with her.
She was a straight shooter. Even just days ago when I told her about a personal problem via FB messenger, she gave me great advice.
She even asked me about it when I visited her just a couple of days ago. She really cared.
The last couple of times that I visited her, we had some good talks. Some laughs. It was terrible seeing her in pain.
She was so proud of Fernandina Beach and even drove me on a tour around the town back in March,
and then again in April when Garry and I visited her.
I will never ever think of Fernandina Beach, flamingos or a cup of coffee again without
'thinking of her.
Love you Lulu :-D
Michael??? I didn't know you were on BN!!!! Thanks for your avatar pic that I recognize from FB :D
Yep. Despite what my join date says, I've been on here since early 2000. I don't post nearly as much as I used to.
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Evening goobers and goobettes. [smilie=hiya.gif]

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sonofabeach wrote:Connie was just the best...From the first time that I met her in 2006, she was so friendly to me.
She called me out of the blue a few times back then.
Then a few years passed without me seeing her, although we did communicate every now and then online or by phone.
I regret that I did not spend as much time as I wished I had with her.
She was a straight shooter. Even just days ago when I told her about a personal problem via FB messenger, she gave me great advice.
She even asked me about it when I visited her just a couple of days ago. She really cared.
The last couple of times that I visited her, we had some good talks. Some laughs. It was terrible seeing her in pain.
She was so proud of Fernandina Beach and even drove me on a tour around the town back in March,
and then again in April when Garry and I visited her.
I will never ever think of Fernandina Beach, flamingos or a cup of coffee again without thinking of her.
Love you Lulu :-D
AMEN!!! I think 2006 is when we 1st met too, in person that is , at The Topless Phlocking!!!....on line I joined in 2003 under another name

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Re: Remembering Connie Saturday @ the MSC

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alphabits wrote:Evening goobers and goobettes. [smilie=hiya.gif]
How did the showers go?

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Re: Remembering Connie Saturday @ the MSC

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parrotsgirl wrote:
sonofabeach wrote:Connie was just the best...From the first time that I met her in 2006, she was so friendly to me.
She called me out of the blue a few times back then.
Then a few years passed without me seeing her, although we did communicate every now and then online or by phone.
I regret that I did not spend as much time as I wished I had with her.
She was a straight shooter. Even just days ago when I told her about a personal problem via FB messenger, she gave me great advice.
She even asked me about it when I visited her just a couple of day ago. She really cared.
The last couple of times that I visited her, we had some good talks. Some laughs. It was terrible seeing her in pain.
She was so proud of Fernandina Beach and even drove me on a tour around the town back in March,
and then again in April when Garry and I visited her.
I will never ever think of Fernandina Beach, flamingos or a cup off coffee again without thinking of her.
Love you Lulu :-D
thanks for sharing those memories....she was a one in a million that's for sure
Beautifully written, Michael :)
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Re: Remembering Connie Saturday @ the MSC

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springparrot wrote:
alphabits wrote:Evening goobers and goobettes. [smilie=hiya.gif]
How did the showers go?
Part 1 went very well. Probably had 40-45 guests today. Much food and many beverages were consumed and a good time was had by all. Part deux, for family members, is tomorrow.

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Re: Remembering Connie Saturday @ the MSC

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Went to the Pelicans game since it was another "Strike Out Cancer" day. Bid on one item in the silent auction. Someone outbid me. I bid on another item that nobody had bid on. Got outbid on that one too. I bid on 2 more items, won them both. Didn't win anything in the raffle. Left in the 7th inning to go to the House Of Blues to see Corey Smith. I thought he was better last month at the Carolina Country Music Festival when it was just him and his guitar instead of the 4 piece band he had with him tonight.
what I really mean . . . I wish you were here

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Re: Remembering Connie Saturday @ the MSC

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alphabits wrote:
springparrot wrote:
alphabits wrote:Evening goobers and goobettes. [smilie=hiya.gif]
How did the showers go?
Part 1 went very well. Probably had 40-45 guests today. Much food and many beverages were consumed and a good time was had by all. Part deux, for family members, is tomorrow.
[smilie=upyeah.gif]
Sounds perfect!
I hope Bonzo behaved himself?

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Re: Remembering Connie Saturday @ the MSC

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LIPH wrote:Went to the Pelicans game since it was another "Strike Out Cancer" day. Bid on one item in the silent auction. Someone outbid me. I bid on another item that nobody had bid on. Got outbid on that one too. I bid on 2 more items, won them both. Didn't win anything in the raffle. Left in the 7th inning to go to the House Of Blues to see Corey Smith. I thought he was better last month at the Carolina Country Music Festival when it was just him and his guitar instead of the 4 piece band he had with him tonight.
You are going to have to move to a new place with all the auctions you are winning. :)

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