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Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4965 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-20)
white buffalo and granny - I'm looking for some female help here!

Dan πŸ˜†, I'm going to have nightmares tonight, you know that?😨

Marjie
DARKNESS (3 stories) (2022 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-20)
Hahaha Miracles I'm going to buy you your own chuckie doll, I know your weekness now lol πŸ˜† ❀
DARKNESS (3 stories) (2022 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-20)
Haha this room is getting crowded with all the dolls, teddies, and chuckies, they should have there own room anyway there the ones who put us here in the first place! Your absolutely right aussie a name like darkness and being in a padded cell with chuckie I don't like my chances! 😨 2 cartons of fosters will take care of that though! πŸ˜†
In all seriousness though me and some mates are actually having a Kangaroo cookoff this weekend funny that!
BadJuuJuu (guest)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
Sounds like this is the padded cell to be in lol. I'll bring the marshmallows and Hershey bars 😁. And a Dropkick Murphys cd. Must have the bagpipe punk rock. πŸ˜†
justin102798 (9 stories) (96 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
Thanks! Let me know, who likes Led Zeppelin? Sorry... That was off topic... I liked the story.
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4965 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
Justin - let me be the first to welcome you. Hope we made you 😊

Marjie
justin102798 (9 stories) (96 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
May I join in on the conversation? This is really getting funny. I used to love reading those stories when I was a non- member. 😁 😁 😁

God bless!
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4965 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
Granny - crap! I was referring to "THEY'RE COMING TO TAKE ME AWAY HA HA..." not "Stairway to Heaven!"

Proofread, proofread, Marjie.

Hey, Darkness, see you, too, in Group.
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4965 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
Daz - sorry - long, long day yesterday. Can you believe it, they actually expect me to work when I'm AT work? What the heck is that all about anyway! πŸ˜†

Oh yeah, ps - you and Dan can keep Chuckie with you. That "doll" terrifies me 😨 Give me a good old-fashioned ghost anytime!
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4965 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
Granny - I just have to share this with you. Once upon a time (about 5 or so years ago!) our local radio station played this song and it "got stuck" over the weekend. It really had some people up in arms. They thought the DJ was being held hostage, etc. Funny you should mention that one.

White buffalo, Daz, moonshadow - see ya'll in Group. πŸ˜†
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
Granny, I can hardly write both funny bones have been tickled, honestly there's something wrong with the lot of us, got to go miracles don't hold back girl πŸ˜­πŸ˜† 😭
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
Moonshadow- I only have about two minutes as I'm late for work as it is, but you have me in stitches mate, you hit the funny bone laddie,

Cheers πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3323 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
ALL: I think after the pipe, "Stairway to Heaven" seems like a good choice...Sorry, used all the duct tape on myself!...My teddy says he doesn't like marshmallows any more: they're EVIL!...He prefers mashed turnips...Where's that medication?...

Oh, I think the one song that needs to be included is:"THEY'RE COMING TO TAKE ME AWAY! HAHA HEHE HOHO!"...

Oh this has been fun! πŸ˜† πŸ˜† πŸ˜†
moonshadow (3 stories) (146 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
Darkness: I can just imagine the kind of doll that would be lol πŸ˜†.
Granny: we will definetley hunt some roo though I can just see the two of us in the Aussie outback hunting roo wearing hats with corks hanging out of them and a bottle of JD between us and a few tinnies of fosters haha iv got to go an get me some of me medacation πŸ˜† πŸ˜†
moonshadow (3 stories) (146 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
Aussie: I will bring you a bride for chuckie 😨 I will bring an Irish leprachaun as well to sort chuckie out if he gets out of hand with the bride. Iam also writing a new version of the Rolf Harris song two little boys and calling it two little chuckies lol.
Lol iam being followed by a moonshadow we can sing that after smoking the peace pipe and of course waltzing matilda and tie me kangroo down sport and I'll take you home again kathleen haha if she let's me. Have to light up me peace pipe now gd day mate take care...
moonshadow (3 stories) (146 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
Whitebuffalo:Sure, I think I will go for the otter beaver and elk as well sure would like that mashed turnip too I will bring the mashed tatters and a few large bottels of Jameson Irish whiskey good firewater and when we join in song our voices will travel on the wind and accross waters πŸ˜† πŸ˜†
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
Your probably right about the Gorilla glue, it takes about three needles to dead'n my jaw at the dentist at the best of times, mind you I have had some fillings put in, with no pain injections at all, still not sure what's worse😭depends on what's for dinnerπŸ˜†speaking of dinner I cooked a nice bake dinner this evening upon the interim of serving it, I had asked my rebellious daughter had she taken the garbage out... Her reply was "dad I haven't eaten it yet" then again you have to admire her sense of humor... 😁or is that mine I'll leave you guessing,

Some good choice of music you have there and to tell you the truth I think our ankle biters don't mind them either,lol
whitebuffalo (guest)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
Sorry for the typo's. No excuses, I just am having issues this morning.
I know I am not all that well with the slang, only heard it once in person and that was beyond 20 years ago.
Ah, but the timber still lingers.
Right up there next to the English accent. Ah, the baritones of London...<Shuddering and shivering> Ooooh, Say that again! Gotta LOVE the talent of the tongues.
And I get stuck with the dang Northern flatness.
Shucks.
Wa-do.
whitebuffalo (guest)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
And for the record, I bring my own pipe.
πŸ˜‰
I should think that as we softly lift our voices in a stirring chorus of The Irish Blessing, no one might mistake us for a choir of angels, but then, there ARE angels among us.

The Pride of Tennessee (you KNOW who you are, that I am blessing with THIS one).

Can't get Indiana off my Mind.

Buffalo Soldier.

You DO realise, of course, that we are going to show our age on SOME of these songs. πŸ˜†

I just thought I would add this: My six year old and his Daddy have had a running catch phrase since the little man could follow through. On of them says "You a crack head" the other says "I ain't a cracked head, I the WHOLE thing..." HAD to go for he Gorilla Glue.
Wa-do.
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
Whitebuffalo, it took me a couple of minutes for the glue to set in, but I finally understood its contextπŸ˜† and that you were referring to a previous post, not bad on the slang either, although we aussies are good at detecting a foreign impression of our unfortunate language, (not true I love it) still 7 out of 10, not bad, hope you can sing as well, as I'm bringing my guitar and need to duet a few songs like,

I've been followed by a moon shadow,

When Irish eyes are smiling... Defiantly after medication,

Viva Las Vegas... Still have my Elvis costume

And a few others that I have no doubt our good friends will think of,

Cheers Daz😁
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
DARKNESS, cheers mate but don't forget your sharing a room with me and chuckie, better think about changing your name😨,

Kardagen, thank you for your kind thoughts and to tell you something, I had my moments of feeling down and these guys are doing a darn good job at picking me up, it is a close community and as you can see we don't mind taking the mickey out of ourselves, thanks again and your always welcome to join the club 😁
whitebuffalo (guest)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
I have GOT to say this sheer haz been right innerestin, and all, been needin' a bit o' comic relief round sheer for a coons age.

Seriously, though, moonshadow, BUFFALO for the meal? Mind if I stick to the otter, beaver or elk? My stomach gets a mite queezie thinking about my dear brothers. Hmm, I know! I will also bring along the mashed turnips!

I can see the attendants are setting up the shot glasses of solidified cheer. I am counting a few more than what we have in our ranks, perhaps there are a few silent sufferers of this particular ailment, as well.

I will also grab the Gorilla Glue, Aussie, Fix yaw right up there. Granny or Miracles, want to grab that duct tape right there? He is cracked, but he ain't broken yet.

Wa-do.
kardagen (2 stories) (161 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
Pardon my intrusion, the one thing here that is blatantly clear, is the dear close connections the lot of you have developed. Aussie, my heart goes out to you. But it looks as though you have a plenty strong support group. Be them crazy, distant, diffrent back grounds, or beliefs. Their there. 😁
DARKNESS (3 stories) (2022 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
Hahaha love it Aussie, will have to leave that to the woman I think! I am just picturing an Australian version of a chuckie doll hahaha yep that room is definitely calling. πŸ˜†

Dan
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
Can anyone of you humans bring a good looking doll, I'm looking for a bride,

Chuckie,😠

Whitebuffalo where are you I think I have finaly crackedπŸ˜•
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-19)
I know I'd promise to stop, but teddy reckons he was crossing his fingers when I'd last commented so it don't count, he also said in his last life he was known as chuckie😨well my dis-functional psychic friends😜they have gone over our stories and comments and the results are in,

The good news is most of you are twice as sane and twice as smart as me, the bad news is is there prettty sure I'm 200 percent delusional and pretty comparitive to a 1/4 wit...πŸ˜†although there reading back over grannys comments they have some real concerns... But seriously guys it has been a bit of a emotional ride for me, writing this story, but I would not have wanted to script it any better than to have a bit of fun as we are, moonshadow you'll be right mate they have a copy of Irish eyes are smiling and I reckon they will be,

Cheers Aussue.
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3323 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
moonshadow: Can't hunt buffalo, she'll be sitting right next to us! LOL πŸ˜†...Gotta hunt 'roo! πŸ˜† πŸ˜†
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4965 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
All right ya'll. Looks like I missed out on a fair bit of fun after I went to bed 😊
moonshadow (3 stories) (146 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
Aussie:Iam rolling around laughing at all the comments if there's any spirits around me now they will think iam cracked with all the laughing iam doing hope the neighbours don't hear me fairdinkum mate. πŸ˜†
Granney: I can just see us all in that room sitting around on the floor smoking the peace pipe drinking whiskey and rum and talking all the different slang and possem cooking in a spit over the fire and you and me with winchesters at the ready for to hunt some buffallo for the the supper hahaha πŸ˜† Iam off to sign into the looney bin now I can see dead people there everywhere πŸ˜†
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
No wait a minute!... I got it wrong, my teddy bear wants me to stand near the light😁so he can remember what I look like before he strangles me 😭he can't take anymore of my bad jokes... No more I promiseπŸ˜†
DARKNESS (3 stories) (2022 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
Granny I would have thought you may have heard of "Waltzing matilda" that's a very popular Australian Ballad, but I suppose you have many popular ones also that I have not heard.

Dan
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
My teddy bear is trying to send me into the light😨surely I'm not that brain dead am I,πŸ˜†"OH BOY" we have to stop, I think our credibility is floating out to sea as we keep rambling... Then again,
"what to heck" laughter is the best medicine and this has actually been refreshing 😁cheers guys
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
Granny, that's the song they'd played at the funereal of our own crocodile man Steve Irwin, don't know if you know who he was, but down under he is a legend, tie me kangaroo down (maybe you can play that song when you come to Australia) moonshadow is bringing his riffle you two are going to do well, ha ha πŸ˜†
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3323 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
And your teddy bear must be a little, uummm, slow...Mine's been talking for a while now... He loves marshmallows!...and I have to wait 2 minutes between posts, so if this shows up twice, oooooops πŸ˜†
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3323 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
Aussie and DARKNESS: See, the only Aussie ballad I know is " tie me kangaroo down, sport! Tie me kangaroo down"...Now you have me curious!...WATCH OUT GOOGLE! HERE I COME! LOL πŸ˜†
DARKNESS (3 stories) (2022 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
Aussie: I do believe it is John Williamson mate for some reason I had Slim Dusty in my head but I don't believe it was him yes definitely a good Australian Ballad mate.

Dan
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
Darkness, who sings that song true blue? I think its john Williamson, make sure you bring it with you to the funny farm, I really like that song,

Miracles, I actually think there coming for us as we speak are we allowed to take our teddy bears I think my one starting to talk to me πŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
Granny, strike me pink, kind of means, oh my God or something that you would find surprising, or I didn't know that person was like that, hears another way of saying it,
I'll tell you what gave me a shock (strike me pink) (mate,cobbar) presuming I'm talking to a third person, that granny is a straight shooter (fairdinkum) you would't want to mess around with her, she would give you a good butt whipping, no lies (porky pies) in others words you mean it.
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4965 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
Daz - I'm sorry, but I've sat here for the past few minutes just laughing πŸ˜† That was so funny!

You know, some of the others on this site probably think we are lunatics! Wait, we are!

Ah, the humor! Gotta love it! Sometimes you just need to break things up, you know?
DARKNESS (3 stories) (2022 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
Haha thanks aussie you are a real tru blu Australian mate!

Cheers

Dan
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3323 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
By the way, I posted that to my facebook status!...You might become a famous poet!...hahahahahahaha ❀
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3323 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
Aussie: is "strike my pink cobber" any thing like "butter my butt and call me a biscuit"? πŸ˜†
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
Miracles, I can hear the voices at night, I see dead people😭 dam that medication taste good😁AAHHHH... That's better I see marsh mellows and yellow strawberries, πŸ˜†
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
DARKNESS, you keep listening to us son, there's a room there for you too, cheers mate,
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
Wait a minute granny, this one might sound better,

STRIKE ME PINK COBBAR, I SWEAR YOU NO PORKY PIES, THERES A FAIRDINKUM SHELIA NAME GRANNY A TRUE BLUE DINKY DY, IF YOU GIVE HER THE EPSOM SALTS😠DEPENDS- WHAT MOOD SHES IN,😠😠
SHE'LL KICK YOUR BACKSIDE FROM NEVADA TO A TOWN IN AUS, CALLED RINNY TIN TIN.

By Aussiedaz
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4965 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
Granny, your husband deserves some kisses! That was funny!
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3323 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
Miracles: His sense of humor is close, but not quite as strange as mine... He agrees that we all belong in the same room, and closely guarded!LOL... πŸ˜† ❀
DARKNESS (3 stories) (2022 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
Hahaha am loving this "stone the crows" it all started from Captain Cooks bloody rum eh aussie. Yeh can just picture what that room would be like granny, aussie, miracles and moonshadow can't wait hahahahaha πŸ˜†

Dan
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4965 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
Granny - probably the next best thing to Heaven. You think? (THEY won't let me use my slang!) "You think" just doesn't sound the same. Does your husband have your sense of humor?

Hey, Dan and Moonshadow, sorry 'bout missin' you! I think there's room for ya'll too! πŸ˜†
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3323 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
moonshadow: That's damn good aussie slang for an Irishman!...You will hence forth be included in our ward at the loonie bin!...You too DARKNESS!

Miracles,what would it be like if we were all in the same room?: two hickbillies from Ohio, two Aussies, an Irishman and a Native American?...LOL! All speaking our own slang!...oh, I'm in tears now hahahahahaha πŸ˜†
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3323 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
Aussie: Dinky dy?...Well, now I've been called everything!... πŸ˜†...Oh, I'm laughing so hard my sides ache, and my husband wants to know what's so funny on a "ghost page"?...Oh I'll let him read it himself!...Can't talk right now... πŸ˜† ❀
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4965 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-18)
Daz - talk about THERAPY! Wow - I sat here and read the updated comments from earlier today and I had a blast. I have to admit, though, I had to read them twice!πŸ˜† OMG!

Yep, definitely want you and granny in my room. Think they'll let us live in the same dorm? We can't be too far from the Seeker. Although I do believe she'd find us no matter what.

Anyway, I enjoyed the banter, y'all. Makes the end of a long day pretty good.

I'm really glad you were able to get some help with this one. Sometimes a fresh look helps, huh?

Bless you!

Marjie
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-17)
Strike me pink cobbar, I swear no porky pies, that sheila name granny, bloody hell mate she knows plenty, shes a bloody good chick a true blue dinky dy,😁lol❀ I think this good therapy granny,

Daz 😁
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-17)
Too right moonshadow, doesn't matta how many tinnes you throw in the mash jelly, as long as that sheila gives ah your bob hopes, ope she's a good sort sport, did ah give her the kitchen sink?...forget to mention we are mostly Irish decedents and I just worked out where this all started from, go on you moonshadow and yes mate I do have some closure and mate we still celebrate Saint Patrick's day down under.

Aussie 😁
moonshadow (3 stories) (146 posts)
+1
10 years ago (2010-05-17)
Granny: lol had a great laugh at your aussie slang πŸ˜† very good we'll both have to go there on a holiday I'll bring me winchester and colt special and we can go hunting some roos πŸ˜† πŸ˜† strweth I have to run to the dunney again take care.
moonshadow (3 stories) (146 posts)
+1
10 years ago (2010-05-17)
Aussie:Gd' day mate iam a bit out of focus at the moment had way too many tinnies last night and iam running to the dunney all day now, definetley won't be throwin any shrip on the barbie to day mate have to go up the frog an toad now to get some smokes there's a nice sheila working up there fancy me chances too rite mate. Hope everything is going well for you at the moment and that all our comments have brought some closure for you take care.
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-17)
Dan- I think it all started when captain cook discovered Australia, see folks we aussies are well re-known for spinning a yarn, but I can tell you this is true, our first form of currency was "rum" that correct, rum... You would go do your shopping and exchange payment with alcohol, so we were all ways drunk, I guess our drunken ancestors slurred so much it must have created the slang were all accustomed to today, good on them, lest we forget, I am proud to call myself a fairdinkum dinky dy Aussie.
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-17)
Amen to that whitebuffalo and believe me, your description of why my son was in the closet, hit home hard, especially the part about the womb it revealed the final clue, that's something without you I could not have concluded, where to from here, well spiritual telepathy is something I can try, even if I don't receive one more message that will not stop me from sending one, I have a feeling somehow they will know about this and when they left me last time, I think they knew... I would one day open my eyes with my heart, thanks again seeker, one day we will all catch up I just hope its not were we are all joking about.

Aussie 😁
whitebuffalo (guest)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-17)
Hello Aussie.
Got one more place setting that yu'all can set up for me? Promise I will not eat TOO much, but I WILL bring along the squaw bread and vinegar butter, if only persuaded slightly. 😊 You folks are making me hungry talking about the shrimp on the barbie (imagine if WE took that term literally, Granny...). And, oh yea, I will even supply the Baileys for the coffee after. Taking a poll on the flavor choices!

The depth of your answer was plenty enough to show how deep those emotions run, Aussie.
I did not DO, or say anything that was not first thought of by you. Honestly, I did not. I am a firm believer in we write out the parts of the experience that are most important TO US. In that importance, most generally lies the "message".
Sometimes we just need that extra person to tap on our shoulder and say "Pssst, hey Buddy, what about...?"
You had all the clues, you just needed that friendly tap.
Wa-do.
DARKNESS (3 stories) (2022 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-17)
Exactly right Aussie "bloody oath" and "Strewth" come to my mind aswell haha good old Aussie slang gotta love it!

Dan
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-17)
Ganny how could I forget about" fairdinkum "probably the no 1 word we use after mate,
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-17)
Frog and toad- road
Harry hooner -a schooner of beer
Love and kisses- misses
Gunna- going
Too right- yes
Piss- beer
Suck on piss- drink plenty of beer
Blind as a bat- blind as a bat
Crickee- what to f...!
Yello-hello
Caught in the slips- your out
I could probably go on but you kind of get the jest, where not right down here,
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
+1
10 years ago (2010-05-17)
Gunna go up me frog and toad and grab meself a harry hooner, too right mate me little love and kisses, bloody won't miss her, suck on some piss to me bloody get blind as a bat,

Translate- going up the road to the pub to have a schooner of beer, my friends and my beer come before my wife, (not really) going to get really drunk, so drunk I can't walk alone, hows that Granny,
DARKNESS (3 stories) (2022 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-17)
Hahaha love it Granny we will make an Aussie out of you yet well done. πŸ˜†

Dan
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3323 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-17)
Aussie and DARKNESS: How's this: "G'Day, mate! Ain't you a 'lil aussie battler? Hey, throw another shrimp on the barbie, eh?" LOL! πŸ˜† ❀... Foster's: Australian for beer! There's another! πŸ˜†
DARKNESS (3 stories) (2022 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-17)
Haha Granny had to laugh at your post the whole "throw another shrimp on the barbie" Have definitely heard of it I don't think I have used that line my self though, maybe Aussiedaz has though? "Aussie Battler" comes up every now and then. "G'day" seems to be used a fair bit! If I can think of some more will you know mate lol. I have noticed that the east and west of Australia have differant aussie slang terms though.

What are your thoughts Aussie?

Dan
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3323 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-17)
Aussie: I love aussie slang!...But I wish I knew more than "mate" and "throw another shrimp on the barbie"! LOL πŸ˜†...Oh, I'm sorry, and "aussie battler"! Is that right? πŸ˜†
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-17)
Blue Raven, thank you sweet heart for your kind thoughts, you are correct- the good part is "I realize" to complete my own journey with the truth in my heart and what I have learnt in my mind,😁God bless you.
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-17)
Thanks granny, whitebuffalo is one in a million!... A couple of things there she pointed out are so so true, perhaps I didn't reply in the depth that was expected, but at this point it is personal... I have your email address and thank you for the offer you too are one in a million also, cheers '"mate" good to see you embracing our aussie slang ❀❀😁
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3323 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-17)
Aussie: So glad Whitebuffalo could help you get to the bottom of this... Now for the next step, heh?...I wish you the best, and hope for you to be sucessful in this... You know you can talk to me if you need to, huh?...Don't know that I'll be anything but an ear, but it's an ear that's here for you! πŸ˜†...

All the best "mate"! ❀
blue_raven80 (13 stories) (338 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-16)
😭...I feel sorry for you... All of us had to make choices... Some ar tough, some are not. The 2 boys you saw could be the boys you should have. The good part is, you were able to realize things. God Bless you.
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-15)
Seeker, The realization that I have two boys not in this world, leaves me with a feeling of empathy, Although its some years latter, what they set out to achieve has finally hit home, every experience has its own purpose and that experience some time ago has led me here to you and the good folk at YGS,

Boy when I take my last breath I will redefine the meaning to a spiritual hug, my two boys will not be ignored, nor will they be ignored now, I will find a way to connect with them, if not in spirit then with mind, a name for these children was not a consideration either, but maybe that's something to think about now, in bridging together both realms,

My mother knew about the abortion and when I think about it, seeing the first boy was the only apparition she ever saw, there was no further discussion with my mother in regards to who it was,

I have found the answers I were looking for and today is a good day to embrace what I have learned, your comment was a resolution of wisdom that clinched the truth for me and I truly appreciate it, I left this part out of my story because I wanted all the attention on who these two boys are, not on how great I am (you know what I mean) my gift is to be able to connect with my family alive or deceased I have premonitions about them and even in there death I can still connect with them, not on a regular basses but at times where something seems to matter, thank you again seeker ❀
whitebuffalo (guest)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-15)
I missed making one point to you, on the side of MY perception of the facts you have presented here.
Think about this.
When YOU saw the darker haired boy, he was always in the closet. When your MOTHER saw him, he was "...walking around in her room. He looked like he was looking for something..."
From the perspective of a Grandmother: If, for SOME reason, one of my children neglected to mention a child of theirs that I had no prior knowledge of, I would be rather interested, and would have MANY questions.
ONE of those questions just might be "I wonder if she/he ever looked for/WILL ever look for their Dad/Mama?"
Did your Mother have prior knowledge of this pregnancy?
Speaking from the perspective of the sibling of an adopted child: Many a night I recall hearing my worried Mother question whether the parents would suddenly decide to come looking for the child she felt was rightfully theirs. And from the brother, a total forgiveness of the birth parents and complete respect for the ones that stepped in and made him ours.
So with JUST my past dealings with replaced children, I should think he WAS looking, or hoping someone was curious about HIM.
Wa-do.
whitebuffalo (guest)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-15)
Oh, Aussie.
If you only knew...
But then, I think you might have a clear understanding on this one.
Go hug your wife.
And Thank you. More than you can EVER know.
Wa-do.

P.S. (I KNOW guys! I hardly EVER do that!) As the song once said "I will be right here waiting..." when you are ready.
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-15)
Seeker, I have tears in my eyes and I sincerely thank the creator for you being in my life, I can't speak at the moment, but I thank you so so much for your post and when my emotions subside I will reply, you know something we spoke about privately, you have returned that to me ten fold,
God bless Daz
whitebuffalo (guest)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-15)
I get the same impression, as well, Aussie. I also believe that this was his passive way of introducing himself to you. He gave you ALL the clues. Sitting in a confined space: mimicking the womb. Sitting with the posture of many a fetus IN the womb (which is also perceived as a protective gesture when seen in live persons).
I was honestly not making a moot point when I said "...you had no clue who the first boy actually WAS, but an inkling of the second one." by pointing out what appears to be the same thing YOU wrote at the end of this story.
Here is that perception thing again.
What was meant (and please, I am NOT trying to berate you in the slightest, nor the relationship that you had with his Mother) was there was no emotional attachment TO this child.
The first child was a... I am trying to be delicate here, and am losing the battle. I think I might just have to sound callous, though I do not intend it this way. Just trying to state the facts in an understandable way.
The first child was -- more of a commodity. (Please forgive me) He was a pawn in one of the chess games that so many young Mothers fall into. "If I have his child, he will HAVE to stay." or a rather similar thought pattern there. YOU, in the chaos that ended that whole affair, felt nothing but the moral duty to care FOR this child (as opposed to "care ABOUT this child"). Therefore, you (nor anyone ELSE who was alive at the time, technically) had no clue who this child WAS.
Not who he was presenting himself to be, but who he actually WAS.
The second child was present with your WIFE. He was the product of a love that could not be interchanged with lust, or any of the other reasons that children come to us out of wedlock (not saying that those born out of such a unit are only formed from lust, many a true "love child" enters the world this way). Therefore you had a love interest IN this child, whether well formed or not. He was expected, and accepted. SO you had "...an inkling of the second one."
Was that a bit more clear?
You are absolutely right, the second child pointing was a form of communication. I believe that he was both telling you "Look, I think it is high time you took notice of that boy right there. He has been trying to give you a shout out for a while now." AND in simply pointing out the obvious.
YOU never gave thought to a name for the boys? Did either of the Mothers?
It is within my belief system (and I KNOW we are not all xerox copies, Thank Creator, but...) that Creator gives every living thing a Spirit name. There are several reasons for this, but the one of most import is that SHOULD an unborn, or unnamed child be too beautiful for this world to handle in a respectable manner, Creator calls them home. As I do not know how long either of these pregnancies lasted, I was curious as to whether "man" had also named them, (In MY belief system) giving them free reign of both realms.
Children are the innocents. They would do no real harm on either side.
The shutting the door analogy: Could mean several things, right? Here is where YOUR perception comes in, again.
To ME, when someone "closes the door" on me, I take that as either they are "done" with me and want no further contact, they are "closing off" the past and letting bygones be bygones, OR it is a neon sign saying "Go ahead, break down the barrier, I WANT you to show you still care."
The AGE of the first child would (should he have not been life impaired) point to the latter.
In that BOTH boys have not been seen or sensed SINCE...
See where I am going with that one?

Attitude.
"FINE! I will just SIT here in the dark then and wait for you to open that stupid door." AND "Jeez. Are you KIDDING me? You are not even go see what is wrong?" from the second son.
I could almost sense your confusion with that last comment of mine. I hope this cleared most of that up.
Wa-do.
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-15)
FRAWIN- Changing my bed around for the sole reason of not looking into the closet, for me yes it was, for my wife it just happened to coincide with one of those rearranging phases, did she know about my concerns...no...would I want to see them again, absolutely, not sure about staring into the closet again as it is in another room and maybe the closet was a mutual ground where fear was less of a concern for both of us, however it is food for thought... Recently I saw my late mother, who was probably more frighten about seeing me than I was about seeing her, my response to this experience today would be completely different,
I'll get around to writing about that at some point, thank you for posting and please ask more questions if you like
Daz😁
FRAWIN (24 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-15)
Daz, when you changed your bed around was it for the sole reason of not having to face the closet? If it were me and I wanted to try to communicate I would change the bed back to facing the closet.

FRAWIN 😊
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-15)
Granny, I tell my kids all the time, laugh at yourself it makes it easier to laugh at others, honestly people I work with think I'm mad when I laugh with them, at myself when I'm being a kludtz, but I'm really having the last laughπŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜†
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3323 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-15)
Aussie: Ya'll done good son! πŸ˜†...FRAWIN did have a very good point, though, and I tend to agree... Still think he wanted to say something...

Thanks for not chastizing me! πŸ˜† ❀
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-15)
Whitebuffalo, Considering at this stage I was not real receptive of the paranormal and as I have mention before, waking up throwing pillows at apparitions standing at the end of my bed, perhaps sitting in the closet was a passive way of introducing himself to me, your right I had no idea who he was and that is mentioned at the end of my story and may still be a relevant point, there was something telling about the way he stared at me yes, does that mean he had an attitude? Not sure please elaborate I am interested to know why you think that,

The second child pointing was a form of communication, a direction to go toward and by this point ignoring that was not a productive decision in that moment, each one of these experience has led to removing the fear associated with them, today nothing worries or frightens me anymore,

Interesting about shutting the door, sorry perhaps that's the attitude part your referring to, do you think the purpose of this experience was to acknowledge them I am interested in what you feel about that, in regards to the name of these children never was a consideration do you think that is important? Please let me know.
Daz 😁
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-15)
Granny, that is funny, lol❀ but I hope the context intended was the context I'd replied to,
whitebuffalo (guest)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-14)
HA HA Ha ha ha, πŸ˜† (DEEP breath) I know, RIGHT?
I TOTALLY missed that the first time around. TOO funny.
Man, WHEN are they going to stop changing the meanings of our words and phrases? Just when I THINK I know what the kids are talking about, Schnickerbits becomes a elongated four letter word!
Wa-do.
zzsgranny (18 stories) (3323 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-14)
Aussie and everyone: I'm sorry, but I have to say this in regards to FRAWIN's post:...Nowadays, "coming out of the closet" means something else entirely! πŸ˜† πŸ˜† πŸ˜† LOL!...

I'm so sorry, just had to throw that in!...Please forgive me!
whitebuffalo (guest)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-14)
Well, now. FRAWIN made ONE of my points (Hoo Rah, Frawin!)
Sixteen, to seventeen years after the death of this first boy, he began showing himself to you, from within a closet. Now, depending how old he was when he passed, his chronological age is right around the time most teenagers start branching out and becoming individuals, aside from their parents.
I believe it to be rather telling that he only showed himself TO you, from within a confined space. ALSO very telling is the body language OF this boy (by the way... What did you name him?), VERY "protective".
Add to that, ONE of these boys decided to "paint you a picture" and shut the door on you.
I am thinking some one's little man had a bit of an attitude.
I want you to think about something. Is there a reason that you would pay more heed to what the Second Son had for you (message wise) than what the First Son had to convey?
Personally, my take is that you had no clue who the first boy actually WAS, but an inkling of the second one. BUT, it rather sounds like your boys got together to get this message across...
MUCH more to come when the answers are in. πŸ˜‰
Wa-do.
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-14)
Seeker, I do feel a need to share some more information with you, as you know I do value your opinion, whether it suits the trend or not, you are an honest individual, better for me to get it of my chest... When we broke up, I was kind of relieved to be out of that relationship for reason I will not go in to, her request was for us to stay together and raise the child, mine was to support the child but no chance of reconciliation, both families were involved, that's the awkward part I'm referring to, there was a lot of anger and blame both ways for the abortion and what followed, there is two sides of the story and this is only mine that's why I have tried to avoid centering discussion on her, based on my views about her, I could say more but I think you can paint that picture,

Cheers daz
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-14)
FRAWIN- "Mate" that's a great point, it is interesting, how he was always in the closet except for that one time my mother saw him in her room, which does suggest he could have shown himself to me in other areas of the house if he wanted to, kids do like to play or sulk at times in cub boards, perhaps the fact that my clothes belonged in there was his way of connecting our ties and acknowledging his existence was some form of closure for him, thank you for your comment all the best mate.

Daz
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-14)
dragonwalker, interesting point you make and it is helping me pull the puzzle together, these boys were probably saying good bye (the closing and done) you refer to was probably a lesson of some sort and for me as well, thank you for posting 😁
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-14)
Miracles, There was no way to know the sex of these two boys (no ultrasound), only from the colour of there hair and the fact the light hair boy resembled my family, can I presume who they were, also our house was built from scratch, no history attached to it that could suggest any other foreign energy would enter our realm. 😁
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-14)
moonshadow, I found your last post very enlightening and it does make sense to me what you are saying, this visitation was perhaps a higher design for these two boys... It would only be logical that a child deprived of a natural human life, would need life experience of some sort!... Perhaps just to be able to see them and know that they do exist is a small contribution to there own spiritual development, this experience- your comments and others does intend me to reconstruct my thoughts and prayers, thank you again good sir,😁
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-14)
jessysteyn, Thank you for your comment, sorry about your mothers loss, but what you have described... Does seem to support along with the experiences that I had and what other good people here are saying, the "possibility" that spiritual development evolves at the point of conception and can continue to grow in this world or the next, I am realizing and excepting that this experience was more of a purpose for them, than it was for me.

Cheers daz 😁
FRAWIN (24 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-14)
aussiedaz, I think the two boys were your "sons". I am not trying to be judgemental but have you given any thought to why the black haired boy always appeared in the closet? Back in my younger days, "your closet" was a place to keep your secrets and deeds that you didn't want to be public knowledge. Maybe your acknowledging his existence, however brief, gave him the freedom to move on- to get out of the closet.

FRAWIN
dragonwalker (5 stories) (77 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-14)
Daz - Big hugs to you and your wife.
Theory on lighter haired kidlet pointing the closet and the door closing itself... Could it be that kidlet 2 was showing you that that particular chapter in your life was closing and done? Or perhaps that there was now an end to "communication"?
Very interesting story. Very human. Again, hugs! ❀
Miracles51031 (38 stories) (4965 posts) mod
 
10 years ago (2010-05-13)
DAZ - as I was driving to pick up lunch I was thinking about this and I wondered... Did you know for certain (ultrasounds with either of the babies) their sex? I never knew the sex of any of mine. My heart thinks it does, but there was no proof.

Marjie
moonshadow (3 stories) (146 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-13)
Aussiedaz: Thank you for those kind words back yes I guss some day you will find out why these two boys visited you as regards the brown haired boy pointing towards the closet he was seeing the the great light and was trying to convey to you that he was going into it and was at peace now and no longer needed to be earthbound the other boy had probabley gone ahead of him or would go with him a spirit guide or relitive would of been there to guide them in. It is possible that one of them may come to you again in visitation or send you a message or sign as to why they were with you hope that all goes well for you in the future take care... 😊
jessysteyn (1 stories) (10 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-13)
hey there,

I personally believe that the two boy's you have seen are the babies that you lost.

When my mom was pregnant with my little brother (no aged 12) she was pregnant with twins (boy and girl) but at about 7 months of the pregnancy my mom had to have the girl aborted as she died inside my mom. To this day my mom still hears a little girl calling her and has seen her a few times, she looks just like my little brother but a girl, My mom says she is not frighned by it at all. My brother has said to my mom that sometimes he feels like he is missing someone really bad, but does not know who, shortly after that my mom would see the little girl for short periods of time.

So my piont is that I really think that the two boys you are seeing are your babies that you never met, no need to worry about it at all... 😁
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-13)
Whitebuffalo, thank you for posting and please ask any question you would like, firstly, no I did not accompany my ex girlfriend to the clinic, there were some very awkward moments around this time and a lot more I could say and might depending on how much you would like to know,
Q2, about 16 or 17 years latter did I first see the boy with black hair, I have to tell you what I'm finding when writing my stories that my recollection of what year and when has not been 100 percent accurate but I' m sure 16 years sounds correct, probably about 6 or 7 years also after the miscarriage, just heading out the door but will continue tomorrow and please post
I need your input.
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-13)
granny, Awesome post, you have given me something to think about, you know I have fail to mention this, but I wonder if my father had something to do with this, you know I can tell you, he would be the type of granddad who would say to them come on boys I'll take you down to see your father, as around this time and a few previous years I did have some strong connections and experiences with him also, to a point of actually seeing him on one occasion?

No question to silly, you know I did have a good look at his face and I can't say he looked like travis, he did however look like, My brother and me when we were around that age, not a double of either but more like a relation of some sort,

However their could be a connection with travis in some way, my boy is a psychic chip of the old block, they may be a greater design and reason, for the way its all paned out and your right I'm
Sure there could be a couple of rough question that need answering, cheers granny lol❀
whitebuffalo (guest)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-13)
Please believe that my heart goes out to you, aussiedaz, and your wife. This is a difficult weight to bear, but you will get through it. Together.
I have a few rather touchy questions, and please forgive me if this makes this so much harder on you.
Did you, by chance, accompany this ex-girlfriend to the clinic, or place that this abortion took place in?
Approximately how long AFTER the act, did the dark haired boy start showing himself to you? And how long BEFORE the miscarriage? Were they about seven years apart?
Wa-do.
aussiedaz (18 stories) (1419 posts)
 
10 years ago (2010-05-13)
Miracles, That must have been hard to endure, so sorry to hear you went through so much, my heart goes out to you, you deserve a change of luck, to answer your first question, for how long did I see the first boy, it was probably over a few months from the best of my memory, the next question, the age of the boy with light brown hair who looked about 12, does it compare to the age of the child my wife had miscarriage, it probably does, today one would be 22 years old the other about 16 and this experience was about 5 or 6 years ago, but the older one looked younger?... Thus my comment who knows how it all works, My dad looked about 20 years old when I saw him... As I said previous you do feel some guilt... Talking about it here is a way for me to deal with it, I don't want to end up in that other place you and I keep talking about, thank you Marj, take care❀

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