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Old 01-23-2001, 04:19 PM   #51
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"All the lovely ladies in their finery tonight ..."

CATFIGHT !!

Ladies, Ladies!!

There's room for all to take a "Spin, Spin" on the captain's spacious deck!



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Old 01-23-2001, 04:19 PM   #52
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"All the lovely ladies in their finery tonight ..."

CATFIGHT !!

Ladies, Ladies!!

There's room for all to take a "Spin, Spin" on the captain's spacious deck!



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Old 01-23-2001, 07:55 PM   #53
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MAH - as we head towards the Cape HORN, all
ghosts will be welcome - including you.
But now as we cruise around the Cape, we
find ourselves entering another time warp.
Oh, my Gord, who is that devastating man
at the wheel (the liner has now become a
galleon with full sails) - golden beard,
tousled curls, MAH - do you not recognise him? See those tight fitting breeches and
that shirt, third button undone ... breeze
stirring those curls ... oh ... I am quite
undone myself ...I need to take a closer look.
No, MAH - you stay there! Sheeesh - this is
MY fantasy, ok?
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Old 01-24-2001, 11:31 PM   #54
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When I first heard about this cruise I knew I had to go. Decided I would ask the cruise agents if I could hire on as a cabin maid. What were my credentials? Well, let's see...I raised seven kids and...I Used To Be a Country Singer (in the shower or my car but why tell them that?!). Boy, they snapped me up right away and assigned me to exclusively take care of the cabin that belongs to someone whose intials are GML. I have strict orders to keep this cabin spotless. The occupant is a nice fella, goodlooking and not too messy. Keeps coming in while I'm cleaning to chat about his adventures out on deck. Serenades me, too. I recognize the songs and he looks so-o-o familiar.
Was hoping to spend more time socializing but I did ask for this job and am enjoying the company of this all too familiar stranger. Hope you all are enjoying the trip, too.
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Old 01-24-2001, 11:42 PM   #55
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SH,

No problem . . . go on about your way with your teal shirt and golden curls of a fantasy and I'll just peacefully stroll the deck and other places with 2M2L. Don't even think about us-- we'll be just fine. LOL

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Old 01-24-2001, 11:42 PM   #56
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SH,

No problem . . . go on about your way with your teal shirt and golden curls of a fantasy and I'll just peacefully stroll the deck and other places with 2M2L. Don't even think about us-- we'll be just fine. LOL

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Old 01-25-2001, 05:06 AM   #57
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MAH ... you enjoy your fantasy, I'm loving
mine! lolol

But we need to have a think about Cinderella.
She could be a real problem ... aint no way
she is going to the Ball !
I got plans of my own for Prince Gord and they dont
include lil' miss Cinders, no way. LOL
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Old 01-25-2001, 10:56 AM   #58
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A stroll on the deck would be lovely, MAH.

Perhaps later, when we're in port, would you like to go walking by the shore, and listen to the sea?

As for the "other places," you weren't suggesting a cabin where you do what you don't confess, were you, you little minx?



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Old 01-25-2001, 10:56 AM   #59
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A stroll on the deck would be lovely, MAH.

Perhaps later, when we're in port, would you like to go walking by the shore, and listen to the sea?

As for the "other places," you weren't suggesting a cabin where you do what you don't confess, were you, you little minx?



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Old 01-25-2001, 03:44 PM   #60
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Aah ... 'Changes' loom upon the horizon
already.
Soon we shall be in port, staying at
'Hangdog Hotel'where I shall do my best to keep that crafty lil' ol Cinders in her place in the kitchen while my dear 'friends' MAH and 2M2L pursue their fantasy but I hope they remember, altho 'I'm not supposed to care', tread'Softly' for its my dreams you tread upon.
And 'It's a Long Way Back Home'




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Old 01-25-2001, 04:57 PM   #61
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I don't know how SH can think that Cinders is in the kitchen.

Mary Ann and I strolled thru there a while ago, drawn by the sound of the beans boiling a Message to the Wind. Just wanted to grab a bite to eat and a Second Cup of Coffee after our workout. As for how much exercise we got, I'm Not Sayin'.

Anyway, there was no sign of any kitchen staff because they had a Painter passing thru who had painted over all the Cobwebs and Dust and had brightened all the Shadows. Don't think I would have picked Canary Yellow, but there's no accounting for taste. I'd have prefered a bitter green myself.

But since the ship has pulled up to the Boathouse and we're checking into the Hangdog Hotel, I've asked the desk clerk if I could rent Seven Island Suite. It's been finished nicely In my Fashion, complete with 14K Gold fixtures. Aah, the lap of luxury. For a Rich Man, I'm feeling mighty Spiritual.



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Old 01-25-2001, 04:57 PM   #62
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I don't know how SH can think that Cinders is in the kitchen.

Mary Ann and I strolled thru there a while ago, drawn by the sound of the beans boiling a Message to the Wind. Just wanted to grab a bite to eat and a Second Cup of Coffee after our workout. As for how much exercise we got, I'm Not Sayin'.

Anyway, there was no sign of any kitchen staff because they had a Painter passing thru who had painted over all the Cobwebs and Dust and had brightened all the Shadows. Don't think I would have picked Canary Yellow, but there's no accounting for taste. I'd have prefered a bitter green myself.

But since the ship has pulled up to the Boathouse and we're checking into the Hangdog Hotel, I've asked the desk clerk if I could rent Seven Island Suite. It's been finished nicely In my Fashion, complete with 14K Gold fixtures. Aah, the lap of luxury. For a Rich Man, I'm feeling mighty Spiritual.



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Old 01-25-2001, 07:13 PM   #63
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Sorry, folks...the boss man gave me the day off! All the commotion surrounding the painting and putting in to port, just seemed like a perfect time for me to get a break. As I was going ashore a voice softly asked me if I'd like to tag-along while he jogged. Forgive me lord (and Elizabeth!) but you bet I would. I don't jog but we rented a bike for me and I rode along while he sang Highway Songs and jogged. Spotted a canary yellow canoe just waiting for some riders so we paddled around in that for awhile. Back on dry land we ran into Jimmy Buffet so we went to lunch...cheeseburgers in paradise all around. We drank our glasses empty (iced tea for us, margarita for Jimmy!) and bid Jimmy farewell. By now it was mid-afternoon and what to do next? At a crossroads we found an auction and chuckled while we listened to the auctioneer for what seemed like hours. My partner bid on and bought a couple old records to add to Dan's collection. I was getting a little cold on the shoulder as the sun began to fade so I thanked him for the lovely day and went to my cabin. Tomorrow it's back to the pots and pans and polish and dust but...if you could read my mind you'd know that today was a beautiful day.
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Old 01-28-2001, 12:14 PM   #64
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That was some jog! Sixteen Miles to hidden lake with its Peaceful Waters. That fellow must sure like you a lot to spend an entire Lazy Mornin' with you! And we kept hearing "Cinders Called Me In." What was THAT all about?

But it's time to get back on board. Even though the ice is still in the river, the moon's turned the tide.

And I hear some kind of mixing sound over by Silver Heels down here where the cables softly hum. Do you think that she's cooking something up? She couldn't have been happy with all that quality time you and your "jogging" buddy have put in.



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Old 01-28-2001, 12:14 PM   #65
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That was some jog! Sixteen Miles to hidden lake with its Peaceful Waters. That fellow must sure like you a lot to spend an entire Lazy Mornin' with you! And we kept hearing "Cinders Called Me In." What was THAT all about?

But it's time to get back on board. Even though the ice is still in the river, the moon's turned the tide.

And I hear some kind of mixing sound over by Silver Heels down here where the cables softly hum. Do you think that she's cooking something up? She couldn't have been happy with all that quality time you and your "jogging" buddy have put in.



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Old 01-28-2001, 06:01 PM   #66
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Who ever knows the Wherefore and the Why? The day was really Something Very Special.
But Much To My Surprise, when I got back on board I heard someone calling, "Hey You". It was the chief steward and he wanted to remind me of Protocol and that I was on this cruise to cook and clean. I begged him to forgive me My Unsettled Ways and he responded that he would Let It Ride this time. But if there's ever a next time I will be assigned as the personal maid to SH and She's Not the Same.
So let's get this ship back On the High Seas!
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Old 01-28-2001, 07:33 PM   #67
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2M2L ... the Circle is Small when
on board and The Last Time I Saw Her, Cinders
was having trouble with some strange footwear while the Troubadourbegged 'Dont Beat Me Down' so I forgave him.
It was A Magnificent Outpouring - and as
Sundown glowed in the sky we watched together as the Shadows lengthened and I realised that he is just An Ordinary
Man. But Only Love Would Know that.
We are moving again.
Where is that Cinders - I feel like a Second
cup of coffee while you all Drink Your Glasses Empty as we head back out to sea
and more adventures. With the docks 'Fading
Away, you know Its Worth Believin
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Old 01-29-2001, 04:51 PM   #68
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SH,

There is no problem with this chic named Cinders. All she's been able to do is clean out Prince Gord's ashtray . . . hense her name. I wouldn't turn my back on her, however, things could change in a blink of an eye.

2M2L,

How thrilling it would be to walk along the beach w/ you and listen to the waves crash just off shore. Then later in the evening we could explore that cabin you've been telling me all about-- The Sundown Cabin, I believe you called it ?!?!

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SH,

There is no problem with this chic named Cinders. All she's been able to do is clean out Prince Gord's ashtray . . . hense her name. I wouldn't turn my back on her, however, things could change in a blink of an eye.

2M2L,

How thrilling it would be to walk along the beach w/ you and listen to the waves crash just off shore. Then later in the evening we could explore that cabin you've been telling me all about-- The Sundown Cabin, I believe you called it ?!?!

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Old 01-30-2001, 09:31 AM   #70
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MAH,
enjoy that walk ... where did you learn to
walk on water? We are now far out at sea
heading for - where are we heading Cap'n CMDJ?


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Old 01-30-2001, 04:50 PM   #71
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Mary Ann -

Pay no attention to Silver Heels. She was a bit Cold on the Shoulder (and you know she gets a little older every day, particularly today) the Last Time I Saw Her. Actually, She's Not the Same ever since Cinders showed up. Broken Dreams have left her "reelin'."

BTW, the Way I Feel is that her "walk on water" comment was a bit harsh. I knew you were talking about us sharing Sundown Cabin for our NEXT port-of-call. Once we get there, she'll be trying to fit every female jogger with a pay of Nike cement slabs.

Anyway, I enjoyed our last stroll; it was Something Very Special to me. I'd Do It Again and again as often as you'd like.

Where and when would you like to meet tonite? Somewhere East of Midnight? Mama Said there be gals like you, but I never thought I'd find one. You are quite the conversationalist. I particularly enjoyed your comments about that "vision" everyone is talking about. It's interesting about the Spin, spin that everyone is putting on it.





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Old 01-30-2001, 04:50 PM   #72
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Mary Ann -

Pay no attention to Silver Heels. She was a bit Cold on the Shoulder (and you know she gets a little older every day, particularly today) the Last Time I Saw Her. Actually, She's Not the Same ever since Cinders showed up. Broken Dreams have left her "reelin'."

BTW, the Way I Feel is that her "walk on water" comment was a bit harsh. I knew you were talking about us sharing Sundown Cabin for our NEXT port-of-call. Once we get there, she'll be trying to fit every female jogger with a pay of Nike cement slabs.

Anyway, I enjoyed our last stroll; it was Something Very Special to me. I'd Do It Again and again as often as you'd like.

Where and when would you like to meet tonite? Somewhere East of Midnight? Mama Said there be gals like you, but I never thought I'd find one. You are quite the conversationalist. I particularly enjoyed your comments about that "vision" everyone is talking about. It's interesting about the Spin, spin that everyone is putting on it.





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quote:Originally posted by SilverHeels:
MAH,
enjoy that walk ... where did you learn to
walk on water? We are now far out at sea
heading for - where are we heading Cap'n CMDJ?



I do hope that my first trip is not my last but I've just fallen overboard. Seems, I had my gaze fixed upon that lovely bird standing by the man with the guitar. I was not paying attention to where we were heading. I was in such a daze. Forgive me, but can someone help out. Throw me a rope and while your at it...why not tell us all where we're headin'.
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quote:Originally posted by SilverHeels:
MAH,
enjoy that walk ... where did you learn to
walk on water? We are now far out at sea
heading for - where are we heading Cap'n CMDJ?



I do hope that my first trip is not my last but I've just fallen overboard. Seems, I had my gaze fixed upon that lovely bird standing by the man with the guitar. I was not paying attention to where we were heading. I was in such a daze. Forgive me, but can someone help out. Throw me a rope and while your at it...why not tell us all where we're headin'.
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Cap'n - here - catch! You'll soon be High and Dry again. As to where we're heading
'I'd Like to Hear it from you' ... I would tell you 'If I could' but I am totally lost!
A couple of 'Drifters' have been causing
trouble in your absence but I feel a lot safer now that you're back in charge.
That guy with the 'Cold Hands from New (Jersey)York has been real mean to me. Dont know why. I think he's jealous of the Man with the guitar ...
Cap'n, you 'Take care of yourself' and get out of those wet clothes' and I'll bring you some 'Blackberry Wine' while you set the
course for Biscayne Bay - all the way
there and back again ?

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