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Today
greengirl5
Finally, it was in one of the humane traps. I have also some deadly ones set, but it chose life! I walked in the dark, 22:30, all the way to the gate and out it, across the road. Torch with me of course, and mobile phone, and using my stroller. Over at the other bushes it would not come out of the trap, backwards, when I shook it, but the tail stuck out, so I pulled it! Now it will have to sl
Forum: Inner Space
Yesterday
greengirl5
Yes, the torturers know it all! I would not last long! Imagine being a target for Hitler's thugs and one night (or day) hearing boots on the stairs and then the door knocked in. Where is the survival skill then? There are a few lovely stories although at the root gruesome, about holocaust survivors, but that has nothing to do with the dark, so we are diverting and concentrating on survival.
Forum: Inner Space
Yesterday
greengirl5
Hiding in the dark might be ok for some humans, depending who is after them etc. Going down a rabbit hole could save a rabbit if it has enough of pathways deep down. But frozen with fear? For a human it does not sound promising, but for a rabbit it might save it, especially if it is not actually frozen, but just sits still so no movement is detected. It all depends who is after it. A human
Forum: Inner Space
2 days ago
greengirl5
Interesting. I have taken it for a truth all these years, especially since our family doctor always told my mum to give us plenty of carrots. They are healthy though, and my dogs have one each in the afternoons. They love them. And know the name of them. "Carrots" and the tails wag! It was Churchill who started the white lie I just read. Very smart. GG. M. J. Thomas Wrote:
Forum: Inner Space
4 days ago
greengirl5
I wonder if you heard the one here? Ryan Thomson plays it nice and fast, some other u tube renditions are too slow for me. I play it at his speed. It is painful to listen to it played slow. GG. Susan Doris Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuotePlayed here by Ryan Thomson > Marie's Wedding was always quite my favourite > Scottish reel, fast wit
Forum: Inner Space
4 days ago
greengirl5
I hope it is a boy mouse! It was sometime in November last year that I sat in the dunny and half a mouse came under the door, quickly retreating. I caught it in the humane trap next day. But somehow it came back in or maybe it was another one, quite big. Doggy door had warped a bit and blew open in stormy weather. Caught this one too but muddled it and it escaped alive inside the laundry, unde
Forum: Inner Space
4 days ago
greengirl5
When I get a tune in my head it comes back when I do the same routine work. We saw last night where the mouse disappeared into a corner, and there must be a hole. I don't want to plug the hole in case it dies in there and smells. But maybe it could gnaw its way out. Anyway I put a humane trap next to the hole with all sort of goodies in it. Peanut butter, dog food and a bit of carrot. No mous
Forum: Inner Space
5 days ago
greengirl5
Yes, Liege and Lief is very good too! :) GG. Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Brilliant GG > > I will now have it stuck in my head all night. We > danced to that one too. Isn't he a love in the > video ? > > I still think you might like Liege and Lief. Try > this track..This gets stuck in my head too..It's
Forum: Inner Space
5 days ago
greengirl5
Played here by Ryan Thomson Sent from my iPad Glass Jigsaw Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi GG > > I looked at the video. I could probably manage a > few awful noises, I missed that family gene. It is > full of musicians, artists and horticulturalists, > doing it professionally too, but I just got a > light genetic dus
Forum: Inner Space
5 days ago
greengirl5
Supermouse. Eddie Larry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Wow! You must have met the ubermensch of mice!
Forum: Inner Space
5 days ago
greengirl5
I did not know there was such a thing. All the other mice, maybe 20 of them, before Xmas just loved what I gave them! They also loved dog food at the other end of the house. This one sticks to the kitchen. (: I will look into it. Thanks. Eddie Larry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Hi Gerda, when dealing with mice, I suggest using > the professional
Forum: Inner Space
6 days ago
greengirl5
These days we have so many chances of getting light unless our eyes fail us. But if you were forced to be in the dark it might be different, more frightening. Thrown into a dark prison sort of thing! For normal eyes eating carrots will give you better night sight. But think about the nocturnal animals, how they can see very well in the dark. Their eyes shine too when coming into a strong
Forum: Inner Space
6 days ago
greengirl5
So you like the dark when you fancy a bit of astronomy, but not if you have to sleep for too long. We only have another month of daylight saving as we call it, then it is back to normal. Congratulations with your new nice home! GG. Eddie Larry Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Great question Gerda. We recently moved to a small > town in Florid
Forum: Inner Space
6 days ago
greengirl5
So you live similarly to me. Nice! My meter box is fine, got it put into the laundry some years ago by the electrician. Now there is only the remnant of the other one outside for the man to check every three months for the bill. It used to be insufferable all the time to go to the garage, open up the heavy door, then outside in all sorts of weather to check it in pitch dark. Maybe it was one
Forum: Inner Space
6 days ago
greengirl5
Oh, no, I am not going to make a fool of myself on u tube! It might be in among all my harp music. My son also has a piece of music he doesn't know what is, and it is some orchestral piece, so no way can he sing or whistle it for me! When I used the train long ago to go to Melbourne for work I once fell asleep the last leg on the way home and dreamed a composition with many instruments and t
Forum: Inner Space
6 days ago
greengirl5
I never liked background music, I either listen to it properly or not at all. Long ago my workplace, government, introduced musac, and I found it very hard to concentrate on my work. Mostly it was also music I did not like. Forced to hear it. Then our whole section got moved to another department, without music, and it was wonderful. I believe the supermarkets have music, not sure, but luckily
Forum: Inner Space
7 days ago
greengirl5
Thanks for the interest. I have some wonderful Scottish and Irish records, but never listen to them any more, as my record player stopped working. Besides, I don't like all that noise these days, preferring the silence, except when I myself is playing something. At the moment I am so annoyed that I can't bend the notes on the blues harmonicas, so to play blues on them. I can play everything else
Forum: Inner Space
7 days ago
greengirl5
I was for a few moments this morning, as it was pitch dark. No little lights on the floor from the power boards, no moon outside. No streetlights for us. I had woken up, needing the bathroom. First thought was, had I gone blind? But the little torch hanging on my bed quickly reassured me I had not gone blind. After phoning up and finding out that there was an outage about 25 km away, but not
Forum: Inner Space
9 days ago
greengirl5
Kill them. For the Lord knows who are his. Must be from the Spanish enquisition. Got it from Google translation. GG.
Forum: Inner Space
9 days ago
greengirl5
Hvorfor skrev du det saa? GG. Chrysippus del Soli Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > QuoteCould you please translate that for me? > > > > No.
Forum: Inner Space
9 days ago
greengirl5
I find that very irritating when somebody says that - and sticks to it! Sometimes the ones saying it starts a long talk about it! Talking about something can clear up a lot of misunderstandings. Then there are the English films, which I mostly prefer over other films. But the conflicts in the families could often be solved by a good talk, but then the film would be too short! If it is tal
Forum: Inner Space
10 days ago
greengirl5
Same here, but it gets worse all the time. Even a dangerous virus can't stop the hatred. Is there any hope at all for humanity, and thereby the whole world with its life forms? GG. Aine Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I will never understand hatred based on race, > ethnicity and religion. Never. It would be nice if > we could just look
Forum: Global Village
12 days ago
greengirl5
We do seem a bit similar! - except for sewing. I can't do that, have had a small go, but it just isnt me! Then you have all these great people who paint pictures. I did a little bit of charcoal drawing, even nudes at a course. Nude women, the men had a little bit on, thank goodness. But where do the painters keep all their stuff, that they don't sell? Written music is much easier filed aw
Forum: Inner Space
12 days ago
greengirl5
Our neighbours children were doing it, and I had read about a woman in her 70'es doing it for fitness, so I thought why not. It was tough to get that far, but I thought I could do it. A bit different from tap dancing, but another way of getting fit. Could I have stood up to an attack in a dark car park? I don't know, and luckily escaped the chance to find out. GG. Susan Doris Wrote: -
Forum: Inner Space
12 days ago
greengirl5
Thanks for the u tune piece. I have heard several now, by some very wonderful players, but the hard part for me was figuring out what they were doing. I like to have it on paper so I can take my time. I got several books too, but in the end I figured it out mostly by my other music knowledge. I now have written heaps of pieces both in notes and tab, arranged by myself, and I prefer fingerpick
Forum: Inner Space
13 days ago
greengirl5
There was a couple who despaired for five years, thinking they would never have children. Then one morning the man got sick by the look and smell of breakfast and went and vomited. Sure, the woman was pregnant at last, but did not have morning sickness, her husband had it for her! Even when he was away for work and got teased by his mates. They first thought the man might have ulcers, but n
Forum: Paranormal & Supernatural
13 days ago
greengirl5
Very thoughtful, Audrey, and also Raukura. May I suggest that for the most part we can't see the meaning with anything in life, but just SOMETIMES, for some, a meaning stands out like a sore thumb. As for traffic accidents, I always try to remember all the others are idiots! No, seriously, I just try to drive carefully, but not timidly, that is no good either. Here in Tasmania the traffic is
Forum: Inner Space
14 days ago
greengirl5
Thanks Yve, for a long interesting reply. I won't use quote, as it becomes too long. Your way of absorbing things are different to mine. I have to fight for my knowledge, step by step, but do it best on my own. Here in my old age, where I finally have decided not to go anywhere or join anything, it is a relief, really! Now I can do what I really want to do! And what is that? Haha, it is to
Forum: Inner Space
14 days ago
greengirl5
Thanks for your reply. I am not sure that I believe one way or the other if we are compelled to be born or gently persuaded or begging for it! But since we are here and have forgotten who we really are, there must be a good purpose for us to having been born. So we might as well look at our lives as a gift. An opportunity. For what? Well, that is so varied as there are souls. What you migh
Forum: Inner Space
15 days ago
greengirl5
It is not logical that if a branch falls and kills somebody or an animal, and it was meant to be, that all falling branches are meant to kill somebody, and if they do, it was meant to be. Meant to be is very individual. A person feels strongly that it was so, and people like you can shake their heads, but you are not me, and you don't believe in the spiritual world, the one where consciousnes
Forum: Inner Space
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