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June 2nd, 2011, 11:52 pm #1

12. Switch Voices
Most of us as bloggers write the majority of our posts
in the one voice or personality.

Sometimes forcing yourself
to write as someone else would write
can be helpful.

{the rest of the post read'n:
The best fun I ever had writing a blog post
was when I wrote in the voice of my 1 year old son
(I know most of you thought it was really him.
but it was me!). }

One!life > That sounds like a hard thing to do,
anyone want to try it?
(I know it say blog, But we can try it here, Yes!)

Let's see who shall I be today!

mother in law: A pelican can hold more,
in his peak than in his tummy.
The hell he can!



(She told this say'n, every time we drive by water)

Or hows about:
Daddy, I's just got's to have a nickle!
Daddy: Eddie, what ya just got to need a nickle for?
Eddie: I just got's to need some candy!



(She told this one, all the time-she had alzhemer's disease)
Miss her muchly!

Love All as ONE!
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June 3rd, 2011, 12:30 am #2

Eddie use to get up set,
when her son would tell every one,
this story:

Son: Dad made me go out to pick cotton
and I was upset that I had to do that all day long.

So on my way to the house,
I push'd over the outhouse.



and at the supper table:
Dad: "O'kay who was the smart A$$,
that push the out house, into the creek?"

Son: So I, thought George Washington told the truth,
(about cut'n down the cherry tree),
and didn't get a whip'n,
so I'll give it a try.

I did it!



Dad: Get my belt!

Son: Dad you know,
the story about George Washington,
don't ya!

Dad: Yes! George,
But his Daddy was in the cherry tree!



[img]http://usm_eagles_nest.homestead.com/files/out_house_msu_fan.jpg[/img]

Eddie: O'don't you believe him, don't you believe him!

Love All as ONE!
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June 3rd, 2011, 12:45 am #3

12. Switch Voices
Most of us as bloggers write the majority of our posts
in the one voice or personality.

Sometimes forcing yourself
to write as someone else would write
can be helpful.

{the rest of the post read'n:
The best fun I ever had writing a blog post
was when I wrote in the voice of my 1 year old son
(I know most of you thought it was really him.
but it was me!). }

One!life > That sounds like a hard thing to do,
anyone want to try it?
(I know it say blog, But we can try it here, Yes!)

Let's see who shall I be today!

mother in law: A pelican can hold more,
in his peak than in his tummy.
The hell he can!



(She told this say'n, every time we drive by water)

Or hows about:
Daddy, I's just got's to have a nickle!
Daddy: Eddie, what ya just got to need a nickle for?
Eddie: I just got's to need some candy!



(She told this one, all the time-she had alzhemer's disease)
Miss her muchly!

Love All as ONE!
One!life
As I drive into town one day,
with the little boy I was baby sit'n,
he notice a dog,
walk on the side walk,
all alone.

and said,


Austin: Look a wonder dog!



I said: A wonder dog?



Austin: Yes!
He's wonder'n all around town!



Love All As ONE!
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June 3rd, 2011, 6:22 am #4

Eddie use to get up set,
when her son would tell every one,
this story:

Son: Dad made me go out to pick cotton
and I was upset that I had to do that all day long.

So on my way to the house,
I push'd over the outhouse.



and at the supper table:
Dad: "O'kay who was the smart A$$,
that push the out house, into the creek?"

Son: So I, thought George Washington told the truth,
(about cut'n down the cherry tree),
and didn't get a whip'n,
so I'll give it a try.

I did it!



Dad: Get my belt!

Son: Dad you know,
the story about George Washington,
don't ya!

Dad: Yes! George,
But his Daddy was in the cherry tree!



[img]http://usm_eagles_nest.homestead.com/files/out_house_msu_fan.jpg[/img]

Eddie: O'don't you believe him, don't you believe him!

Love All as ONE!
One!life

is that you in the out house?

Bro Tim

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June 3rd, 2011, 7:02 am #5

As I drive into town one day,
with the little boy I was baby sit'n,
he notice a dog,
walk on the side walk,
all alone.

and said,


Austin: Look a wonder dog!



I said: A wonder dog?



Austin: Yes!
He's wonder'n all around town!



Love All As ONE!
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Here is my puppy helping me open up a present;
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Od0bXqpf5_I&NR=1

As for stories and other peoples wording and thoughts;
One of my uncles who loved fishing said; "I caught me da biggest sun fish, could barely fit him a pan, he were bout dat big, 2 ponds"

In a hillbilly voice.
The Stafford's on my moms side were basically raised as hillbilly's.
My grandpa had a still and sold moon shine in Sogn Valley Minnesota.
But he dead before I was born. Very loving people though, the whole family of 10 children, and my grandma who was half Indian was so loving.

I learned much from them. Or basically everything about love when growing up I learned from the Stafford's and not from the Thorpe's.

The Stafford's have a love I will never forget.
It brings peace and contentment to my heart.

Bro Tim!Life.

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June 3rd, 2011, 12:10 pm #6

is that you in the out house?

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timlife share'd > Re: One!life > One more..(cherry tree v. the out house)
June 3 2011 at 2:22 AM Tim (no login)

Response to One!life > One more..(cherry tree v. the out house)
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is that you in the out house?

One!life > No!
Just a pic I found, on the internet,
to help, tell the story.

I am not the Dad!

timlife share'd > Bro Tim

One!life > Love ya, timlife!

Love All As ONE!
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June 3rd, 2011, 1:34 pm #7

Here is my puppy helping me open up a present;
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Od0bXqpf5_I&NR=1

As for stories and other peoples wording and thoughts;
One of my uncles who loved fishing said; "I caught me da biggest sun fish, could barely fit him a pan, he were bout dat big, 2 ponds"

In a hillbilly voice.
The Stafford's on my moms side were basically raised as hillbilly's.
My grandpa had a still and sold moon shine in Sogn Valley Minnesota.
But he dead before I was born. Very loving people though, the whole family of 10 children, and my grandma who was half Indian was so loving.

I learned much from them. Or basically everything about love when growing up I learned from the Stafford's and not from the Thorpe's.

The Stafford's have a love I will never forget.
It brings peace and contentment to my heart.

Bro Tim!Life.
timlife share'd > That puppy needs a home like yours

One!life > Found that pic on line, also!





I have a red australin collie!



I used to raised black and white border collie for many years.

June 3 2011 at 3:02 AM Tim (no login)

Response to One!life > I use to baby set this 5 yr old fellow...
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timlife share'd > Here is my puppy
helping me open up a present;
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Od0bXqpf5_I&NR=1

As for stories and other peoples wording and thoughts;
One of my uncles who loved fishing
said; "I caught me da biggest sun fish,
could barely fit him a pan,
he were bout dat big, 2 ponds"

In a hillbilly voice.
The Stafford's on my moms side
were basically raised as hillbilly's.

My grandpa had a still
and sold moon shine
in Sogn Valley Minnesota.

But he dead before I was born.
Very loving people though,
the whole family of 10 children,

One!life > I come from a large family (of 11 siblings)!
Although we were not all raised together.
(Some day I'll share that story.)

timlife share'd > and my grandma
who was half Indian
was so loving.

One!life > From what tribe?

timlife share'd > I learned much from them.
Or basically everything about love

when growing up I learned from the Stafford's
and not from the Thorpe's.

The Stafford's have a love I will never forget.
It brings peace and contentment to my heart.

Bro Tim!Life.

One!life > Due to the lose'n of the older generation,
some thing happen'd to friendlyness of the younger generation on both side of our families.

It just seems as if the glue fade'd when the old was gone.

(That could be the cause(one of the reason-but not all)
to why I had a sad'n childhood.)

To me glue is the love that holds us all together!

Love Ya, timlife!

Love All As ONE!
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June 4th, 2011, 1:28 am #8

From what tribe?
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Eastern Blackfoot

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June 4th, 2011, 6:54 pm #9

timlife share'd > Re: One!life > I love my dogs!
June 3 2011 at 9:28 PM
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Response to One!life > I love my dogs!
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From what tribe?
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Eastern Blackfoot

Bro Tim

One!life > We have a:
Hand'd down peace pipe,
believe'd to be blackfoot.

The bowl is broken in the bow part
and would like to restore it.
(red clay in color)

And the bead work is miss'n.
would like to find bead pattern,
to restore that as well.
(there are tiny pin holes on the flat'n stem)


Here is a few I found, but none that say blackfoot.

Lakota (Sioux):


Cherokee:


Navajo:


Still look'n!




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June 5th, 2011, 4:09 am #10

One!life > We have a:
Hand'd down peace pipe,
believe'd to be blackfoot.
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Handed down, so you are part Blackfoot also One!life?

My great grandmother was full blooded Blackfoot Indian.

The only hand me downs I have is my great grandpas canteen holder from 1918 WWI.

And some 200 year old Irish tea pot.
But I don't know much about the history of the tea pot.

Bro Tim
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