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Height5' 5"
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EducationGrad / professional school
ReligionChristian - other
Occupationretired nurse

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PaintedPonies

Shared publicly - Dec 2 at 9:43pm
Happy 76th today Jerry! Amy & I still trudge but we are coping. It is raining & cold today but you & the great "I AM" keep us focused on our future...as you wished.

To God be the glory,

Clint & the posse (your lil Boston, Amy-the posse!)
Happy Birthday, Jerry --- and good thoughts to you, Clint - and Amy. *Hugs*
sweet thoughts to you
Dec 3 at 4:27pm
best wishes to both of you in spirit. the spirit never leaves, neither does the memory... only the simplicity of a body. peace.
Dec 3 at 6:27pm
This is a lovely honor to Jerry...

So glad you checked in...keep those memories close...we do too.

PaintedPonies

Shared publicly - Jul 27 at 6:09pm
Just upgraded to Windows 10 as time is running out...don't have a clue (giggles)! Anyway, if'n I kinda hit & 'miss' e-mails it's because I don't know where the flock dey is (grin).

Hugs, Clint & the posse (Amy)!
P.S. Has anyone heard from Carlin, "realaries30"? I'm worried 'bout him...
right I am worried about him too...he hasn't been on lifeout for over a month...
Jul 27 at 7:19pm
I worry that he may have had another stroke. He helps his dad & has his beagles to take care of.
Jul 27 at 7:19pm
I worry that he may have had another stroke. He helps his dad & has his beagles to take care of.

PaintedPonies

Shared publicly - Jun 17 at 8:36pm
Well, against my better judgment, I upgraded to Windows 10 & it was a NIGHTMARE!!! So I went back to Windows 7. Perhaps I'll 'cross over' before they make us change (giggles).

Hugs, Clint
Glad you were able to switch back
Jun 17 at 9:30pm
Nate it took 4 hours to download but only 'bout 1/2 hour to switch back. I 'think' they say you can switch back only once & if you upgrade again I reckon you're stuck with it(?). Nothing made any sense to me & they assigned me a cyber assistant named Corina or sumpin like that to answer my queries...lol!...who has the time, eh?

PaintedPonies

Shared publicly - Jun 17 at 10:47am
I'm thinking about upgrading to Windows 10...I dunno as I don't know if I'll be able to figure it out? However, I'm sure that soon we will have no choice unless we just live without the internet.

Hugs all around,

Clint & the posse (Amy)!
my advice don't try it....you've got til 2020 I think. But check with Larry he just did it.
Windows has a statement that it will only be 'free' until July 29th. Is it difficult to maneuver on Windows 10? The few people I know that've changed tell me the format is different but they finally adjust...?
It's the adjustment period that's rough. I almost signed up for it, but after posting a similar question decided not to. We have a lot of very computer tech guys here -- hopefully one of them will help you more. XO Clint
well if you decide to be prepared it will take about an hour to down load and it shuts down and starts on its own that's what it took mine
Were you able to figure the format out quickly? I just don't want to wake up one day & Windows 7 not be available & wonder if it'd be wiser to go ahead & switch.
oh it didn't take to long to figure it out there is still a lot that I don't go through on there
I'd suggest you wait...they are just pressuring everyone into it.

I gave in some months ago and it made my life miserable...fortunately, there is a 30 day (or less) trial period where you can revert back to whatever you originally had.

I like change, in fact I change my underwear daily, but Win 10 was no magic for me. (or Larry and Nate as I recall).

PS - hugs to you and Amy...be well.

PaintedPonies

May 21 at 7:50pm

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Gobbledok

Nov 24 at 2:20am
“The thankful receiver bears a plentiful harvest.” ... William Blake

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SxZOh2cLp8

Still in prayer for you and your posse, Clint...

Have a Blessed and Happy Thanksgiving

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Nov 23 at 9:55pm
happy Thanksgiving

Gobbledok

Nov 3 at 3:48pm
The GOAT is DEAD

Long Live the CUBS

~

The GOAT is DEAD

Long Live the Chicago CUBS

We won the WORLD SERIES

~~

And the first shall be last

And the Last Shall BE FIRST

And thus will begin the end of Times

:))

a thunderstorm is PERFECT for that codicil ....

BUT I REJOICE, for this is not the end...

this is a new Beginning like the Great Renaissance

~

The GOAT is DEAD

Long Live the CUBS

larryop

Nov 2 at 5:13pm
I am very late but you know that I love you my friend..... HAPPY BIRTHDAY...... HUGSYou are a primo bottle of wine.....

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Oct 29 at 10:48pm

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Oct 29 at 10:46pm
Happy Birthday Clint

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Oct 25 at 1:22pm
When witches go riding,

And black cats are seen,

The moon laughs and whispers,

'tis near Halloween.

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Sep 17 at 9:19pm
"Some dreams are in the night time

And some seem like yesterday

But leaves turn brown and fade

Ships sail away

You long to say a thousand words

But seasons change"

Gobbledok

Jul 4 at 3:48am
"We mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes, and our Sacred Honor”

To the signers of the Declaration of Independence, their lives were not sacred. Their fortunes were not sacred. They appear to have fully realized that the only thing likely to endure an armed rebellion, if it came to that, would be the ideas, beliefs and faith that formed the philosophical heart of what we today call liberty.

Remember that reality. Remember those who strive to stifle our Liberty must themselves be stymied from their blatant schemes .

When men must defend their own Liberty, remember Lexington and Concord and all since, whether fighting with guns or pens and votes - - - what was begun 240 years ago is still alive and needs us all

For all the signers, the one thing that was sacred was their honor. That was the gift they hoped to leave for future generations. There is no honor in taking from others or in subjecting others to pain, suffering and tyranny. Honorable men have the ability to see tyranny and the backbone to stand against it, though all they own may be taken from them as they fight by whatever means necessary to ensure liberty for themselves and their fellow citizens. There is no more honorable pursuit than the cause of liberty for the common good. This is what I think of on Independence Day.

Gobbledok

Jun 28 at 4:12am
The next time you or Amy have a birthday, think of this Moment of Fine Music . . . and note the One Performer who was properly dressed for the Occasion was the one in Formal Gentleman's tuxedo

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMXsrzj5YYAAL and Z-Bone