They do make a frightenly sound when eating and competing about the food. Otherwise they are so cute.
The early prisoners from England sat in their dark cells at night and heard these scary noises without knowing what it was, so devils came to mind.
We had a nice little family party for my great grand son. His parents are so happy to have him. So are we all. His mum's family have a lot of boys, all well behaved, but still having fun, so he certainly won't be feeling lost later on.
About prayers/visualisation again. Yeh, careful, you might just get it. I will look at that book again, it is quite funny, but serious too.
Winning the big lottery is not good for everybody, probably for some. I never want to win anything these days, as I have too much stuff and can't help buying on the Internet as well.
There are some scientific studies done on sick people prayed for and the placebo effect involved as well. Statistics have come from it. Interesting. Something is leaving our minds, via the brain, and connecting with something, which again connects with other people, at a distance of course. Others are always at a distance, except Siamese twins.
> So, Australia was a leap of faith for you, it
> obviously worked out well and that is the
> important thing! You are very lucky, more than
> most people, being a great grand mother! I hope
> the little one is lucky throughout his life
> because, for my, luck is the most important
> You will laugh, but the only thing I know from
> Tasmania is the Tasmanian Devil, and it is
> probably much different in real life than the
> famous cartoon! Hope for the best prepare for the
> worst, that is my moto: so if you live in the
> woods it is best to be prepared for a fire, as
> much as possible at least.
> I get what you are saying about prayer, I like
> Paulo Coehlo's quote that if you really want
> something the universe conspires to help you get
> it. But do we always know what is best for us?
> Something we do not want may prove to be a
> blessing in disguise. And sometimes what we want
> proves to be our downfall. For example some people
> end up rich and their child dies from drugs: if
> they were lucky they would have never gotten rich
> in the first place.