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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Fri Apr 02, 2010 4:56 pm

Quote Sugah: Man, I'm sorry I'm just going on and on... End Quote Don't be sorry, I think we have a good conversation and it's nice to talk about things that are close to heart! you also said that your daughter used to live 1400 miles from you, Oh... thats terrible, and I understand you were sad for not having her or your grandchild near you, Good they moved closer to you, my daughter lives in the same town like me, so we aren't so far from each other, even If she can say that when she calls me, instead of visiting me sometimes but mostly she visit me often, just to eat home made food or just chat about something on her mind!


This is my Daughter on this photo she just have been 19 year

I don't work so much this days, well sometimes I do a wedding or a dinner for someones birthday, or such, that gives good money I also like to work with gardens, and plant flowers and trees but I don't need to work because I got pension from the state.

Good to here he is a reel man your hubby, like Hunter said they should be!


Ullwera@ Thanks for greeting me and wish me welcome (Oh a fellow Swede ), yes I can understand you do (have the hands full) when your blessed with so many daughters (and grand daughter) I also think Sugah's Place Is Great! Nice to meet you too
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Mon Apr 05, 2010 9:06 pm

Oh, Jackie! Thank you so much for sharing a photo of your pretty daughter.
I am happy for you that she is so near to you both in miles and in heart.
Look at her beautiful blue eyes!

I'm so glad you've joined us and decided to stay.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Mon Apr 05, 2010 10:22 pm

Jackie, your daughter is absolutely lovely. Thank you for sharing a picture of her with us. I love you

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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Tue Apr 06, 2010 4:15 am

Thank you Ladies, It's me that are great full to you all , that have welcomed me, being friendly

and given me a second home at the web!

Yes my daughter is very dear to me, and I also think she is beautiful, good she did not
ended up to look like an "old gun slinger" like her fader Well I shall walk down to the local coffee shop, and
see if there are some new gossip, also shall drink a hot bowl of coffee

Thanks again for your friendly way's
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Tue Apr 06, 2010 5:22 pm

Welcome to the forum, Jackie!

I'm waaaaaay behind.

You have a very attractive daughter.

You know, when I look at your signature, the first thing that comes to mind is, The Christian Crusades. Or, Joan Of Arc.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Tue Apr 06, 2010 5:26 pm

This has been great fun to chat. I will share a couple of my favorite pictures:
My grandaughter:

My nephew with my grand daughter:


When my children were small around 1980:
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Wed Apr 07, 2010 3:58 am

Edward@ Yes sorry for the siggie, I had it for many years now, It all started out when I was a mod on Amaranth Games, a Web Paige that have a lot of roll playing in it, and to be an Enchanter and a mod, it was a good siggie to be a Templet's/ a Christian knight, well you know, to defend the innocent and always speak the truth even if it leads to your death Well I was there for many years and the siggie has been with me at a lot of Paige's, also the user name Soloaris, which is good for me because sometimes an old friend reckon my siggie and avatar and it's always fun with old friends (well with new too) Thank you for being nice and welcome me to this side, I am also impress from your very manly and beautiful Sims, I wonder how you can make them so very good, my always looks like they comes in from the street
Any way Edward Thanks for being Nice



Nonni@ She is adorable your little granddaughter, ones can already see she will be a heart crusher when she gets old, What beautiful eye's and nice smile she have Thank you very much for charing this photos your family looks reel nice and it's reel good to see them
Thank you Nonni!


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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Wed Apr 07, 2010 5:43 am

Wow, I am way behind on this one...


Your daughter is beautiful, thank you for sharing a pic of her.

Nonni, your granddaughter is so beautiful and she has the prettiest eyes
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Wed Apr 07, 2010 6:04 am

Thank you, your so very nice Adrianna
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Wed Apr 07, 2010 7:08 am

Solaris, join my site and you'll see all the other Male Sims I created. Also, you'll see how far I've come creating them.

I'm a Roman Catholic. I find great interest in certain things. Theology is pretty much a hobby of mine. I love reading and learning about different religions and history. The minute I saw your avatar and signature, it brought a smile to my face. And, the interesting story behind it. Very enjoyable.

Miss Nonnie, you have a very attractive family and a beautiful grand daughter. Such big eyes!
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Wed Apr 07, 2010 8:46 am

Thank you for the offer, I will do that as soon I am familiar to this forum, It shall really be fun to see how you do them

The history around the Temple Knights is heroic and in the end very sad! I was found from it from the first I read about them in the school when I was a kid. Their brave act's and honorably ways has been something I always liked (well I know it's far away behind and history...), you cant live like them to day, but one can try to have a clean heart, always say the truth and defend the innocent, even to day, well ones can try any way


The spiritual order of the Temple Knights was started in Jerusalem 1119, on the same place as King Salomon had his Temple. Thats why the name "Temple Knights. they protected Pilgrim's that traveled to the holy land, and the also protected places like the holy grave and the birth Church. The Temple Knights became established by the Pope year 1128.



In their emblems, one sees two knights that ride on the same horse.

Fall of the Templars!

Acre!

Over time, the Muslim armies recapture the holy land in the thirteenth century and sent the crusaders packing this time not to return, The Templars were the last to defend, and leave the holy land. The Battle at Acre, in May, 1291, would be the Crusaders and the Templars, last stand. The besieged city was mercilessly attacked, and with each breach of its walls, more of its men, its elderly, and its infants would be put to the sword, its women and young boys shackled and herded off as slaves. the Templar fort, at the southernmost tip of the city, was the last to fall. Behind its walls, two hundred Templars had stayed on to protect those who had taken shelter there. On the night before the fort was finally overrun, the temple´s treasurer, Thibaud Gaudin, set sail from the docks under cover of darkness, headed for the Templar castle at Sidon, taking with him as many women and children as the galley could hold... Even if the Templars were the last fighters to leave Acre, they would be unfairly blamed for the loss of the holy land. When they got back to Europe, their whole reason to be an order was gone. There were no Pilgrims to escort, no holy land to defend. They had no home, no enemy, and no cause. They was also arrested by sight, and tortured to confess (unfairly) they was to blame for the loss of the holy land...

And that my friends were the end of a great History!



Later I also grow found of the history about the vikings, how they lived and how
they in the end become Christians

Oki that was much about that Ones again Thanks Edward for your friendly way's!
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Fri Apr 09, 2010 10:37 am

I don't know how I missed this, but Nonni, your granddaughter is simply darling!
What a pretty child she is!!! Thank you so much for sharing her with us.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Fri Apr 09, 2010 5:44 pm

Jackie, I should have thought of this sooner but have you seen the movie, "Dear Frankie"? When I ordered it from Netflix I didn't know any of the actors, I just like the story line. It is a nice story, with fantastic directing and great casting (I liked the sound track also.)

Everyone, thank you for the kind comments on my pics. My son-in-law is Puebla Indian from south central Mexico. My grand daughter is tall and slim like my daughter, otherwise she is the image of her father who is stocky and muscular.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Sat Apr 10, 2010 7:37 am

No sorry Nonni, I haven't seen that picture, But if it is about Frank Sinatra's Life, I am sure I just Love the Soundtracks too anyway I can go and try to find or rent it
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Sat Apr 10, 2010 10:57 am

It is about a single mom with a deaf son to whom she writes letters as if she were his sailor father. Then when the vessel is coming into port that her "supposed" sailor husband is on, she has to find a man to pretend he is the little boys father.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Sat Apr 10, 2010 11:07 am

Okay, That seams like a romantic Comedy, and the story sounds like a good movie , there is a lot of good movies, but I have not seen that one in Sweden... yet. But hopfully it comes soon .
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Sat Apr 10, 2010 12:32 pm

It is an old movie - look it up on the internet, Gerard Butler and Emily Mortimer are the leads.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Sat Apr 10, 2010 2:13 pm

Okay now I get it, well that one I seen in the shops Emily Mortimer Is actuality a very good actor, I seen her in many movies and she's very sweet in her acts , Gerard Butler Is not a bad actor, he is good, I also seen him in a couple of movies, Thanks for telling me Nonni Movies are fun!
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Sat Apr 10, 2010 9:06 pm

That is it! Yes, Emily Mortimer is very good, in her roles she is always surprising me with her ability. I know Gerard Butler is very popular and I believe he works very hard but "Dear Frankie" is the only movie that has shown what he can do. That is why I said the director was brilliant.

John Mortimer is Emily's father and we treasure the TV series done that is based on his work, "Rumpole of the Bailey".
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Sun Apr 11, 2010 8:01 am

Well he is not so famous in Sweden like Emily, but I see the movie 300 and like you know I am found of history, and I liked that movie, I think I seen him in a movie with Jennifer Aniston too, but I don't reckon the name... then I think he was in a series that I look on ones or twice when I visit my neighbor Solveig (she is 75, and bake the best sugar rolls ever ) for my self I don't got a TV ( ) I don't like pauses for advertising so I true it out for 12 years ago any way that gives me more time over for else, when my daughter lived home I used the time with her, and I hope she had something good out of that, now when I live alone I look at movies on my computer, and uses my time to paint, and reed and walk in the nature, we got near to the sea and to the big woods so there is always something to do



That series you talk about I have not seen, Because I don't got TV I don't know if they show it in Sweden.

Well Nonni and be safe...
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Sun Apr 11, 2010 10:16 am

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...when my daughter lived home I used the time with her, and I hope she had something good out of that...

Oh, I have no doubt about that, Jackie. Quality time spent with our children/grandchildren is PRICELESS.
I believe it's time extremely well spent. I remain forever grateful and blessed to have been able to spend so much quality time with my girls.
And today, I feel the same for the opportunity to share as many special moments in time as possible with my granddaughter.
It makes a difference in their lives. I know it does.

I don't watch tv hardly ever myself (if at all, truth be told), but I LOVE movies...most all kinds.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Sun Apr 11, 2010 11:00 am

Yes I love to watch movies to (special when I become alone at home), I just love to look at romantic comedy's, where ones can bout laugh and cry (A bit) and feel all emosional when its over Movies like Notting Hill (with Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant), Jersey Girl (With Ben Affleck and Liv Tyler), Just like Heaven (With Reese Witherspoon and Mark Ruffio) and What Women Want (With Mel Gibson and Helen Hunt) and that type of movies, usual when my daughter visit me, we look on a whole bunch of them, and eat popcorn and have one Packet of paper napkins each

Yes I think your right about that Sugah, every minute you spend with your child, or with a child, gives them confidences when they become adults, I am sure of that, thats what hurts sometimes when one see children who no one cares for, how fragile they are and how very easy it is for them to walk the wrong way. Its very important when you grow up to have wise, sensitive, adults that one can speak with and that can advise you on ones way to adulthood...
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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Sun Apr 11, 2010 1:30 pm

I've not seen Jersey Girl or Just Like Heaven. I did see What Women Want and Notting Hill. They were both alright.
I DO love a romantic comedy. A few of my faves: Moonstruck with Cher & Nicolas Cage, Big Fat Greek Wedding with Nia Vardalos & John Corbett, Something's Gotta Give with Jack Nicholson, Diane Keaton & my boyfriend, Keanu Reeves AND The Mirror Has Two Faces with Jeff Bridges & Barbra Streisand.
Those are just a few of my very favorite romantic comedies, but there are many others.
Have you seen any of the above movies, Jackie? Like any of those?

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Yes I think your right about that Sugah, every minute you spend with your child, or with a child, gives them confidences when they become adults...
Its very important when you grow up to have wise, sensitive, adults that one can speak with...

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PostSubject: Re: Hello I am Jackie   Sun Apr 11, 2010 2:55 pm

The Moonstruck I got some wage memory from, The mirror has two faces I have not seen

But My Fat Greek Wedding I one of my favorites, I actuality look on that one yesterday, And that is a reel fun, Crazy and romantic movie, It seams like all the actors in that movie is good, and when one seen it a couple of times one sees things that make you laugh that one haven't seen before, I just love it! Something's Gotta Give Is also a wonderful movie, I really like Diane Keaton's Portray of a very busy Woman And Jack is like always splendid, Both of those movies rest in my DVD case, well I now got some new titles I have to look for, in the video shop The mirror have two faces is that an old movie? I haven't seen anything with Barbra Streisand sines the end of the 70 ties or the beginning of 80... well what I remember. well she is also a great Actor

To day I seen "Doctor Patch" with Robert Williams, and even if that was not really a comedy, It was fun sometimes that I laughed, Robert Williams he is a reel good actor to , and I don't think I ever seen any thing with him that was bad ...
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PostSubject: Hello   Sun Apr 11, 2010 4:51 pm

Hi solaris, cool username. the films were interesting too. (both versions) My name is sojourner (mary) and live in the Pacific Northwest of America in the state of Oregon. The closest i ever got to Sweden was the Netherlands. I hope to see your country some day. See you around the forum. Early Happy Birthday.
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