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About jojo23

  • Birthday 10/18/1985

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    Reading, my fav author is Jane Austen. Walking, cooking, history. Oh and Mr Butler of course...

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  1. If you go, get an airline that will allow Milo in the plane cabin not in cargo. Gerry has taken Lolita to Scotland for a visit. He is not there long enough for Lolita to be quarantined so there must be a way around that. Ask a Vet. I was on a plane and a man had his dog sitting next to him in First Class. He bought the dog a ticket and the dog didn't have to stay in a crate. Where there is a will, there is a way. ~HUGS~ Kathy Actually, Gerry mentioned in an interview once that he has a passport for Lolita so she doesn't have to be quarantined. I'm sure there are weight limits, etc. about which dogs can go in the cabin vs. cargo. The best thing to do is call the airlines and see which all the limits, etc. are when flying with an animal, and how long the quarantine is for. Keep us informed! Lisa Have a look on the DEFRA website. It has all the info for bringing dogs into the UK. Once they have the passport there is no need for quarantine. I've travelled with my two dogs many times and it works perfectly.
  2. Hello...My sister and I are planning a trip through Ireland, England and Scotland next year and plan on coming through Aberdeen. It would be cool to meet up.

  3. Great story Delene. I can't stop laughing... Ye gotta love dogs - can't live with them, can't live without them Jo
  4. Theresa, you already know what I think of this article, but I just wanted to say it again. I love it. This man's sense of humour gets me every time . Going to read the un-cut version again
  5. I remember hearing this too. I thought he said he was gardening when he was young, and he put a garden fork or trowel 'through' his foot, which resulted in the drop foot. I may be wrong Can't remember if I read it or it was a TV interview. Jo
  6. I watched the movie before I read the book, which for me, was a better way round to do it. I love both the book and the movie even though they are quite different. I much preferred the character of Holly in the book than to the movie, she seemed a lot more relaxed. I suppose sometimes its easier to develop a character fully in a novel than in a 2hr movie.
  7. Awww nice little interview. Good find Theresa. I remember I used to watch Dumbo all the time. I used to get upset. I felt so sorry for poor little Dumbo. One of my favs though, was Robin Hood - with the foxes. I always wanted to be Maid Marian...
  8. Wait, this is the novelist Stephen King... wow. I used to read a lot of his novels when I was younger. High praise indeed, great!!
  9. I haven't seen a couple of these yet, so I will vote for what I have seen. I had to go for D2K. I just didn't get that movie at all. I didn't like any of the characters in it, and Gerry was so under used. It was showing on TV here late one night, and I couldn't see it through to the end. I had to switch off. By the by, I actually quite liked Gamer although I really didn't expect to. Granted, it's not the type of movie I could watch over and over. I couldn't stand POTO at first (shock horror!). I first saw it long before Gerry fandom and couldn't sit through more than 10mins. Now, it is one of my favourite Gerry movies, and favourite movie in general.
  10. This one required a lot of thought To me, all of the characters are sexy in different ways. In the end though, I had to go for The Stranger. Such an air or mystery around him. I just love The Stanger
  11. I'm really looking forward to this. They have got to be some of the cutest dragons I've seen...(not that I've seen many lol!) Thanks for the link Jo
  12. Wow, I never knew there was such a big Hogmanay event in Glasgow!! It looks like great fun. I went to the Flambeaux event they have in Comrie a few years back. It is great fun. There is a similar event in a town called Stonehaven (on the East cost) that I used to go to every year. They have huge cages with burning embers inside which the locals swing around their heads. Quite a sight. They progress along the main street, eventually ending up at the harbour where they throw the balls into the sea. Its a huge event. Jo
  13. This really made me giggle. I spotted this Christmas card in a shop window and thought what an excellent card for Mr Butler!!! I had to take a photo to share with everyone Jo
  14. Great pics. He looks genuinely happy. 2009 seems to have been a good year for him, I hope 2010 is just a successful.
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    Winter Pics

    Glad you all like them. Its just a very heavy frost that hasn't melted for 3 or 4 days. We haven't had much snow yet. This area doesn't get nearly as much snow as it used. According to some people, it used to start in October and snow right through until March. That's climate change for you. Suzie, I know what you mean. I can't stand snow either. It can be pretty to look at, but after the first five minutes, I get sick of it. It's so disruptive. I live very close to two big ski centres. I'm sure they wish we had more snow. There are maybe 3/4 weeks of good skiing snow a year. I don't know how the keep going. Some places in the UK (not everywhere) can't handle even a little flurry of snow. Schools close, business shut, public transport stops running, traffic on the roads grinds to a halt. Theresa, a GAL can only dream right?
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