Tuesday, November 22, 2005

The Journey

Hi All, Sorry I have been quiet on the Blog, but please get ready for a very active Blog once the Journey begins next week. I will try to update the blog frequently, and Umberto will be posting pictures, and I hope whomever my Traveling Partner is will also post comments. Should be interesting!!!We'll see!!

When leaving for a 6 month trip around the world, there are a million details to attend to, and this has kept me quite busy. A Newsletter just came out with some amazing pictures of a place in Brazil where we will be staying, the Ariau Amazon Towers. All of this was arranged by a Brazil specialist, Jill Siegel. See the Newsletter for how to contact Jill(Jill@AriauAmazonTowers.com, 1-888-Go-Ariau) if you are going anywhere in South America, and especially Brazil! She's great to work with!!

Sign-ups for the Cruises have been EXCELLENT. I have helped to match up at least 10 women as roommates (and 1 man and 2 women???). Again, if interested in a roommate, please e-mail me at richard@seniorbachelor.com . By having a roommate, you avoid a single supplement charge, and a great way to meet a new friend. Folks, I guarantee you these cruises will be spectacular scenery and great activities during the day and parties at night!! I hope you will be on board. You should know that Joe and I are working very hard to get as many men on board as possible. 99% of our group will be single, not married folks. But if you have married relatives (your children or parents), OK for them to come as well.

Best wishes, Richard Roe


Eva said...

How can you find the perfect match Richard when The Oprah Winfrey Show was on the Swedish TV today and where you was the guest ?

Tuesday, November 22, 2005 9:27:53 AM  
Richard Roe- Senior Bachelor said...

Eva, the Oprah show broadcasts all over the world, and this was a rerun of the show last April. RR

Tuesday, November 22, 2005 9:35:42 AM  
soft_rain said...

Jungle Cruise Jokes:

Not all of the jokes have been approved for use on the Jungle Cruise. On October 11, 1997, the Orange County Register reported that at least 8 Jungle Cruise skippers had been fired for telling jokes which were either unapproved or not approriate to the 1938 theming of the attraction.

Cruise Captain:

"As we leave the last outpost of civilization, we travel deep into the mouth of the Irrawaddy river of Asia into a tropical rain forests, where it rains some 365 days a year."

"Feel that mist on your faces...Don't worry that's only the monkeys in the trees"

"That's the only evidence we have they are still in the trees along the Jungle Cruise."

"As you can see, countless varieties of plant life grow in abundance here. In fact, we've counted more than 100 varieties of rare bromeliads in this area. Many of these tropical plants get their nourishment simply from the air."

"Now please watch out for these carnivorous vines [pointing]. Last week, one of them reached into the back of the boat and pulled a woman right out. It was awful! And just before she disappeared, she was feeling just vine...[Pointing] In fact she was sitting right where that man in red is sitting!"

"These are the ruins of an ancient shrine, almost totally destroyed centuries ago by an earthquake. Many explorers have tried to steal that priceless ruby, but no one's ever gotten past that poisonous spider."

"How many of you think that's a big spider? [show of hands] How many of you think he's bigger than the one crawling up that woman's leg [quickly pointing to guest]?"

[Turns off lights, kills motor] "Oh no, not again!"

[In low voice] "That's no house cat over there. Bengal Tigers can jump over 20 feet, and we must be at least, well...19 feet away!"

"And here we have some killer crocodiles. Don't worry though, they've been super glued to the rocks for your protection. "

"[In low voice] Don't make any sudden moves! Those king cobras are the world's largest poisonous snakes... and they go out for a bite every few minutes! "

"Up on the steps...three king cobras. Hmm...there use to be four of them--I wonder where the other one is?" [Look around boat interior]

Tuesday, November 22, 2005 11:48:34 PM  
soft_rain said...

( Whinning mode ON )


"I wanna go on the Jungle Cruise"

( Whinning mode OFF )

Tuesday, November 22, 2005 11:54:49 PM  
JanieGirl said...

Hello Everyone,Have a very HAPPY THANKSGIVING!! I also want to wish Richard, Umberto, and Vicki a safe and happy trip to South America. Jane

Wednesday, November 23, 2005 4:51:52 AM  
Richard Roe- Senior Bachelor said...

I hope everyone has a fun Thanksgiving. I will be with 2 of my sons Chris and Rich, Jr., at Chris' house along with 4 of my seven grandchildren. Gabby and Lauren and their 3 children are back visiting Gabby's mother and also Lauren's family in Philadelphia.

The blog is about to become very active, alive with pictures of Brazil and interesting commentary, so please stay tuned!! Bests wishes, Richard Roe

Wednesday, November 23, 2005 6:31:25 AM  
pukkadink said...

Soft rain
Love the jungle jokes and know how you feel, (here's a shoulder to cry on) but hey we have the alaska cruise to look forward to as well as following Richard on his adventure.Their's still plenty of fun to be had by all.

Have a wonderful thanksgiving every one. Jane siging off from the u.k.

P.S. Sylvia haven't heard from you for a while now but just wondering how things were. I mailed via another site if you remember.

Thursday, November 24, 2005 5:33:08 AM  
Merry Mary said...

Good morning to all and Happy Thanksgiving. I hope today is filled with Blessings, Joy ,Love and Peace. Lots of Love from Mary

Thursday, November 24, 2005 5:33:46 AM  
dreamweaver18 said...

Richard, Joe, Umberto, Posse and 'Chickadees'

For those of us watching the Thanksgiving Parade in New York, there are some new floats :)
In Love and Light
'Senior Bachelorette'
p.s. itz all about havin' FUN ;)

Thursday, November 24, 2005 5:37:48 AM  
Mary R said...

Dear Great Friends on this Blog,

I just need to pop in to wish everyone a greatful Thanksgiving.

Thank goodness for these "Hallmark Days" that add an extra nudge towards Friendship and Hospitality.

To the theme of Adventure and Romance; as we mature, each day and Holiday seems to become more meaningful. With our knowledge and experiences, our values are changing.

This sight is such a great place to share a bit of each of our lives.

Our best wishes are for Richard, All the Finalists and the rest of us that make this work.

I kind of chuckled as Richard disclosed some of his worries, ie;health,etc.
That is life and what joins us as humans.
I find that Worry Works. Things seldom turn out as we worried they might and we always seem to get the help we need as needed.

A special shared TOAST today for all of our Tomorrows and the Adventure of Living.

Mary Rose

Thursday, November 24, 2005 6:48:06 AM  
dreamweaver18 said...

On this American Thanksgiving Day!
Everyday is worth being thankful
for our Blessings and Friendships
cultivated on this blog!

Bon Voyage Cap'an Roe, Umberto and Vicki
What a thrill!!!!
Enjoy the flight
Take lotsa pics day and night
We're with you in Spirit
As though we are 'in it'
There's no such place as faraway
Through the blog we'll know from
day to day
Remember when the going gets tough
The tough gets going
How amazing that the day has come
The Journey of Adventure has just begun
And when at Rainbows End you find Roemance
Then Life takes on a whole 'New Dance' ;)
Dedicated to You Three
Vaya Con Dios (Go With G-D)

In Love and Light
'Senior Bachelorette'

Thursday, November 24, 2005 12:03:20 PM  
Richard Roe- Senior Bachelor said...

I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving. I played volleyball with 2 of my sons today and tomorrow night will see Gabby. Kind of a goodbye for at least 6 months. I'll miss them for sure, and especially my 7 grandchildren. I'm thinking this is my last long trip. I don't want to miss seeing my grandchildren grow up. My next communication will be from Rio de Janeiro. Umberto and I (and hopefully the women) will update the Blog as much as possible and I will write weekly Newsletters. Thanks to everybody for everything, and I look forward to a lot of fun events for all of us upon my return. Ciao, Richard Roe

Friday, November 25, 2005 6:00:52 PM  
Erika in LA (Lake Arrowhead) said...

I spent my first Thanksgiving OUT at the Phoenix Club, had a relaxing buffet dinner with family. Back to work today....

It's been fun for me to check your blog richard. Surely I'm addicted, first thing,I walk through the front door up to the loft to boot up my computer, to read the latest entries, ya think I need a relationship!

Wishing you all a fantastic wonderful, adventurous safe journey to Brazil & other destinations around the world!! "Good Health is Wealth" (bit trite but true). Good vibes and prayers for you all.

Friday, November 25, 2005 8:28:26 PM  
Erika in LA (Lake Arrowhead) said...

I took the #13 comment, so you wouldn't have to for the superstitious...

Friday, November 25, 2005 8:29:51 PM  
dreamweaver18 said...


RICHARD: I know the feeling of missing a loved one all too well, with my Son Stuart in Uganda on a
six month Internship. Monday marks his second month away from home and
I miss him so very much. He will be back April 1st, 2006. He has travelled quite a bit already, spent three months in India a few years ago, visited Israel, Australia and now Africa! All three of my children have a fair amount of travelling under their belts, so to speak! It is wonderful how encouraging the universities are pertaining to promoting travel incentives for students, exchange programs etc.
Well it is the final countdown to an adventure of a lifetime, how generous of you to invite six lassies each on a months holiday!
Wishing you all the best in finding the 'pot o' gold' at Rainbows End!
Somewhere Over the rainbow
Bluebirds fly
Somewhere over the rainbow
Why oh why can't I

Again Vaya Con Dios
Take care of yourselves
Senior Bachelorette:)
p.s. c u on the blog, the Journey continues.......

Friday, November 25, 2005 8:39:00 PM  
Vicki In Brazil said...

Vicki from Fla and Ga and BRAZIL.........HEY LOOK! I'M BLOGGING!

(Actually, Joe helped me set up my blog so check it out! We'll just keep it between us girls....)

57 hours, 55 minutes and tooooo many seconds to go till we're up, up and away!!!! I can hardly wait for the journey to begin!! I can't eat, I can't sleep, I can't type !/?>"<{+*#, and I haven't packed one single thing!! I need a manicure, a pedicure, highlights, a facial, a massage, liposuction and therapy!!!!!! Anyone know any "walk in" clinics for these necessities?? Actually, I think all I REALLY need is champaigne and chocolate to get us off!!

From what I can gather, Richard likes a really earthy, "no frills" kind of girl. This, I deducted from information he shared in his newsletter and at the Manhattan Beach extravaganza. He told all of us finalists that (for the trip) he is only taking a couple of pairs of shorts/pants, three shirts, a sweater, a vest, a jacket and two pair of shoes. Pretty good since he's going to be gone for SIX (I repeat SIX loooooong months!!!!!). Cindee may need to take him shopping the last month!! I'lll be taking a little more for only ONE month (even though I've been informed that I can take "whatever I want" since I will be "carrying my own bags!!!!") Lucky for me....I lift weights....travel light......and do "sweaty" really well!! (I'll pack deodorant just in case Rich doesn't like "smelly" earthy!!) I hope he also likes "rugged" since today my grandson popped me in the eye with his spider man transformer and now I have one very black eye to go with the other swollen eye that I already have from lack of sleep!! I plan to wear "blue" when I meet up Richard at the Atlanta airport so that it coordinates well with the "black" already on my face!! Ultimately, I've decideed that it doesn't matter what we look like, how we pack, what we wear or what people think.....it's about starting a new chapter in our lives and having lots and lots of FUN!!! I am so, so ready for it and I hope Richard is too!! Thanks to all of you for following this incredible journey!!

Saturday, November 26, 2005 9:54:27 AM  
Merry Mary said...

Hey Vicki...I hope you have the time of your life. Please keep blogging and telling us what is going on. You sound like you'd be alot of fun to be with. Sorry about the black eye...I think Este Lauder has a consealer make up product. Take care and enjoy. Mary from /tulsa.(not the fabulous final)...other Mary

Saturday, November 26, 2005 11:09:24 AM  
dreamweaver18 said...


VICKI: Our ROEmancin ROEmeo would be attracted to an Earthy Gal as he
is an Aries and they love the 'no frills' kinda gals ;) I am sure you will be a compatible travelling partner as long as you don't need ya nails done, hair highlighted, pedicures, lipstick, lip gloss etc. Strong perfume attracts the 'mosquito clan' bugs etc. garlic works real well when trekking through the bush, a natural insect repellant ;)
As 'Tarzan' said in his newzletter these one month trips aint for the 'faint-hearted', I read a lot in that! How about turning the coming six month sojourn into a 'reality show' such as 'Survivor' with an 'Indiana Jones' kinda twist to it ;) Look what happened with 'POP&ME'..it was A HIT !!!!
ROEmancin' ROEmeo's Soulmate Survival Sojourn ;)
Happy Trails little doggies
carpe diem
Senior Bachelorette :)

Saturday, November 26, 2005 12:26:35 PM  
CallmeLin said...

Vicki - Have a wonderful time, I have always wanted to go to Brazil. I will be looking forward to your impression of it, take care and enjoy.....

Saturday, November 26, 2005 1:25:20 PM  
dreamweaver18 said...

Aloha Richard, Umberto, Joe and Chickadees :)

A question for Vicki?

Were you the lovely blonde lady on Oprah Winfrey's Show a while back?
I vaguely remember reading that one of the Fabulous Finalists appeared on The Oprah Show. I saw the show that day when Oprah asked her guest what she uses to keep her face and neck in such good condition and the answer was most unexpected, a cream that is used elsewhere turned out to be perfect for using on face and neck too ;) The expression on Oprah's face that day was priceless!!!!! I feel that person may have been you, just a hunch!
Vaya Con Dios (Go With G-D)
Here's to Roemance and Adventure ;)
luv val the gal
p.s. nice to see you on the blog, keep us posted as you go into unchartered territory!

Saturday, November 26, 2005 3:52:59 PM  
Richard Roe- Senior Bachelor said...

To Erika and Vicki. Erika, I see that you are coming on BOTH Alaskan cruises. Great!! They have a somewhat different itinerary, and you will get to meet SO MANY new friends being on both cruises. Nice going!! I, too, will be on both cruises, and will be back in Seattle the 18th of August at the end of the first sailing. The next ship sails on the 20th. Joe and I are already planning having great parties those 2 nights, the 18th and 19th, so that the people leaving the first crusie and the people coming on the second cruise can meet each other if they would like. the cruises are already 25% sold out!!!

Vicki, sorry to hear about your shiner! You'll look very, very rugged!! Ha ha. Ciao for now, Richard Roe

Saturday, November 26, 2005 4:03:58 PM  
Richard Roe- Senior Bachelor said...

Oops, I just noticed a typo-a misspelling of the word cruise. Sorry!! RR

Saturday, November 26, 2005 4:06:45 PM  
dreamweaver18 said...

SKYWATCHER-'ELLA': Ground Control calling Starship...come in please...over ;)
What words of wisdom do you have for us tonight?
Senior Bachelorette:)

Saturday, November 26, 2005 4:48:11 PM  
dreamweaver18 said...


nergative and crusie is fine by me, no problemsh, just adds to the FUN of blogging ;)


Canadian Blogette
Mary Rose
Merry Mary
Leslie In VanCan
Sweet 'P' Phyl
La Dolce Vida
Dr.Oma (Droma)
Flowergirl(how is your Mom?)
just to name a few of those who were the 'trailblazers' from the 'get-go' some as early as April 2005 and others who have probably found 'greener pastures', well come graze over here, itz gettin' exciting and 'the three' need positive encouragement and input while touring Brazil!
Cheerleaders get yer Batons and start twirlin', the FUN is about to begin!
Come On Down
luv val

Saturday, November 26, 2005 5:10:26 PM  
CathyinCarolina said...

Very Cool, Vicki!!!!!

Your Blogging!!!

Keep us posted on the trip and Preparation!!!!!

Best of LucK!!!!

Saturday, November 26, 2005 5:21:27 PM  
jude said...

....can anyone see me??? Am I in?

Saturday, November 26, 2005 5:22:57 PM  
dreamweaver18 said...

'Hey Jude'!
I can see you ;) welcome to the blog!

Saturday, November 26, 2005 5:26:48 PM  
jude said...


Saturday, November 26, 2005 5:30:42 PM  
leslie said...

Hi everyone! As one of the original "flowers" I'm still around, just tres busy with school. We just finished all our first report cards and sent them home with the kids yesterday. Then on Thursday afternoon and on into the evening, we have parent teacher conferences. So...lots to do here. However, I have been trying to keep up with all the news and am genuinely interested in how the travels go. I also keep in touch with a lot of the others via email or blogs. Everyone is fine, just moving on with life.

Richard as one of your "Rangers," I have put the word out (especially about the cruises) on a dating site I'm on so we'll see what happens with that. Didja git my email? Notice my attempt at humour about your being the least likely to respond? I'm sure you have NO time at all to do such silly things, but it might be fun to give it a try.

Vicki Sorry to hear about your black eye, but it'll be a great conversation piece. Just point and smile :D (j/k) A week before going down to MB, I fell in the shower so sported a lovely HUGE bruise on my upper arm (was able to hide it, tho', with sleeves). You'll not be so lucky! I hope you have a marvelous time - I did look at the photos of the place where you'll be staying and WOW - lucky you!

Richard I never thought about going on BOTH cruises, but that just might be fun. I would like to tour around Seattle, too, as there are a few places I'd like to see - haven't been down there since oh probably 1968ish - bought my first mini skirt there. Boy, that takes me back!

Well, I just finished up my Saturday teacher-work, so I think I'll go play with my Robbie (he turned 2 yesterday) for a while and then think about getting some dinner. Oh for some scallops from the Rock'NFish (was that the name of it, Richard?)

Saturday, November 26, 2005 6:00:54 PM  
Vicki In Brazil said...

Merry mary (the "other" one),

Thanks for the Este Lauder tip for my shiner. I dug some out of one of those "gift" packs and it worked great! You know, the one where you spend about $1,000 and get a 5 cent gift for FREE! Ah, the tricks we play on men! If they only knew... Fortunately, however, I know Richard well enough by now to know that none of it really matters to him AT ALL!!!! He'll LOVE my black eye!! THAT I know! Lucky me!!


Saturday, November 26, 2005 7:57:07 PM  
Vicki In Brazil said...


Yes, I was the gal on Oprah this year. It was a show titled: "Women Who Look Younger Today Than They Did Ten Years Ago." I thought I was going to be on as the "highdiving grandma" but when Oprah starts reading her "last minute" teleprompter who knows what will happen. She unexpectedly picked up on my "unusual" face cream and everything then went in a "different direction." Who cares...it's OPRAH!!!!! The whole experience was incredible!! Producers, etc., etc. were all fabulous and I even got to take my daughters with me to the taping in Chicago! (My sons were a little jealous!) No complaints here...and I think they're doing a follow-up show soon! Vicki

Saturday, November 26, 2005 8:26:22 PM  
Richard Roe- Senior Bachelor said...

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Saturday, November 26, 2005 8:39:33 PM  
Richard Roe- Senior Bachelor said...

Leslie, Sorry I did not get around to answering your e-mail, but I was going to tomorrow. If you could afford to come on both cruises, you would meet two completely different groups of women, and men!! As you know from attending the Manhattan Beach event, and the others who were on our first cruise in Chicago, so many new friendships have been formed, and these cruises will result in many, many new friendships. Of course this is in addition to spectacular scenery, food, parties, meetings, dancing, etc. etc.

As I have stated many times before, totally inaccurate comments have no place on this blog, and will be deleted. A recent comment lamented the fact that I had not spoken to Vicki recently. That could not be farther from the truth. In my absence, Joe knows to delete any inaccurate and/or misleading postings. Save your incorrect, negative, statements for the other blogs, and stay off of this one!!! You are NOT welcome here!!!!!!

Saturday, November 26, 2005 9:11:44 PM  
Erika in LA (Lake Arrowhead) said...

HI EVERYONE I'm focused...on the Alaskan Cruise, RICHARD you called it a "double-header" going to Manhatten Beach and Chicago, I just wanted to continue the tradition; a "double-header" to Alaska"! It's not easy getting past my son, James, my financial advisor! Since I'm already in Alaska why not make the most of it. What happens in Alaska, stays in Alaska! oops, that's Vegas!
VICKI, really appreciate your blog, it's nice to get a womans' perspective & just think of the empathy and attention you'll receive for your injured eye. All the best as I said before on your trip, how fun is that!!!

Saturday, November 26, 2005 9:52:53 PM  
I'm Connie-pick me! said...

Vicki Thanks for blogging and letting us share in your excitement!! I'll grab my popcorn and settle in for a virtual trip around the world...I'm excited for you--you're the pioneer!!!

Happy travels, and best wishes for tons of FUN!!!


Sunday, November 27, 2005 5:44:16 AM  
I'm Connie-pick me! said...

Richard The time is finally here to begin this incredible journey! Can you believe it?? We're looking forward to those messages and pictures so we can share in the adventure!!!

Perhaps Vicki will teach you to high dive while you're there...be sure to capture that on camera!

Umberto, junior bachelor, we're counting on you to keep us visually connected! Hope you turn that camera on yourself so we can see your smiling face too:)

Happy traveling--hugs,

Sunday, November 27, 2005 6:07:59 AM  
Erika in LA (Lake Arrowhead) said...

Bloggers & Readers :) Please allow me to elaborate on my previous comments, since after reading it myself, it sounds flippant and somewhat shallow:
Why would I go on both Cruises??? Several reasons-- 1)Alaska is on my "A" list:
A Man

My parents cruised to Alaska in the '70's, intrigued hearing their stories. Andys' sister lives in Alaska and I truly want to experience why anyone would want to live there. What is the appeal and warmth that keeps them in a cold environment. I love to read and research flora, fauna and learn about the unfamiliar, microscopic creatures to the largest whale or polar bear.

2) Pay once for airfare, the past has proven that one week of vacation is not enough time to relax.

3) Both cruises have different destinations.

4) Cruises offer many amenities, although I like to "rough it" at times, not on these cruises!

5) Opportunity to meet more accomplished, outstanding, lovely people which is precisely what happened in Manhatten Beach & Chicago. And hope those that I met will also be on the cruises.

6) Should I meet a man for a relationship that would be added bonus since I'm soooooooooooooo particular.

Have a Great Day! (I'm not telling you what to do)

Only I can choose to ruin my day!

Sunday, November 27, 2005 6:31:45 AM  
CathyinCarolina said...


Did you share your Special Face Cream Secret and I missed it??

I could not believe that you were the oldest of the 6 Finalists!!

Of course that has been the norm, rather than exception with most of the applicants to SB adventure.

I have met so many faboulous, very youthful looking and acting peers thru this and survivors of every description, which is an encouragement personally.

I have finally embraced my age, as my older sister has noted, since entering this adventure!!

so, In case you have already shared your secret and I missed it, one more time!!!

Sunday, November 27, 2005 7:47:46 AM  
jude said...

I am so excited for everyone - even those of us in the peanut gallery!

Vicki, I laughed until I cried reading your thoughts about preparing for your journey. It's summer-time in Brazil (80 degrees and a little humid, for us Florida girls)...I can recommend only few important items for your suitcase...the rest is really not important. 1) Hiking boots - something kind to your feet, and good socks (does anyone remember "Earth shoes"?) 2) Lotion without perfume and, 3) good shampoo and conditioner. It is amazing how quickly we shed all our usual requirements when we are taken out of our home environments and dropped into a place like Brazil!

Richard, will you go to (I hope I say this correctly) Parque National Sete Cidades? It's a weird little place with rock paintings....and lots of opinions about where it all came from. If you do, post what you think?



Sunday, November 27, 2005 8:01:41 AM  
Vicki In Brazil said...


I wasn't in Chicago but I heard Joe's wife, Nancy's introduction to the "man of the hour" was hysterical!! She described Richard's type as someone wearing hiking boots and Paris Hilton's car was attire!! Cracked me up! Well, I've got the hiking boots packed along with "VICKI'S car wash attire." Don't think it looks like Paris'!! Thanks for all the other advice too!!


Sunday, November 27, 2005 9:05:54 AM  
Vicki In Brazil said...


You didn't miss the name of the cream I use on my face. I never said it. It's called "Premarin cream for the face." It's a perscription that can be gotten from the dermatologist. I lived in Florida for over 30 years and did a lot of the "sun and fun" activities. Always fighting the dry skin... and that's when a doctor recommended it to me. Oprah contacted my Atlanta determologist about it after I was on the show and asked a lot of questions. It is somewhat controversial so check with your own doctor first before considering giving it a try.


Sunday, November 27, 2005 9:17:56 AM  
soft_rain said...

Richard my Hero!

Thanks for speaking up and protecting your Blog....

Why do these people continue to come here and bully us all...

we know where to go and get plenty of it....there will always be those that when in a gang feel they own the world and can try to destroy the fun of others

If I want to read your garbage
I know where to go!

This can be such a fun and pleasant place to connect with speacil, kind , thoughtful and loving women....lets keep it that way..

I understand how it can get so boring on some of the other blogs,
so you come here looking for victims to taunt and degrade in order to amuse your immature minds,
how sad and empty your lives must be that you have to stoop to the level of a spirit basher, a party crasher, a balloon buster.

Such poor examples of human beings....and you are the adults, the leaders that many depend on....I pity you but most of all I pity your souls and pray you find peace within the tormented storms that lie deep within you.....

Don't get me going girls or I will be bible thumping your heads to salvation.......

Sunday, November 27, 2005 7:05:41 PM  
soft_rain said...

The only negative word I used was Garbage...

My statement was a fact of the reality of what some people try to give birth to here.

Why is it assumed that I spoke ruffly?

If a storm rips through your homestead uprooting trees and smashing your home to pieces while destroying your fields.....

And someone reports these happenings, are they said to be negative? I think not.

I reported what I precieved, in hope that the spirit busters would realize the unproductive nature of their thoughts and acts and would shamefully regret and amend their doings with grace, for the well being of all.

Anyone care to reread my earlier statement with a soft voice, please do.

Oh, before I forget....I searched high and low, near and far, but to no avail. No mention no place in the bible about capital's.

Monday, November 28, 2005 5:58:54 AM  

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