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Re: Member of the Month Nomination: Redlegs

Post by Vermont Reviews » 04 Jul 2016, 11:19


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Post by Fran » 04 Jul 2016, 17:20

Congratulations on a well deserved honour and thank you for so many excellent recommendations. :tiphat:
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Post by Redlegs » 04 Jul 2016, 20:00

Gannon wrote:Congratulations Redlegs, you are a very deserving MOTM. I always enjoy your posts, and to add the icing on the cake you're an Aussie!!! :flags-australia: :happy-cheerleaderkid:
Thanks Gannon - I must say I always like to see what you are currently reading too. Us Aussies need to stick together, hey. :D

-- 04 Jul 2016, 20:02 --
Fran wrote:@Redlegs
Congratulations on a well deserved honour and thank you for so many excellent recommendations. :tiphat:
Thanks Fran - I am always on the lookout for your recommendations too. For the most part, we seem to have similar tastes for quality literature. :tiphat:

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Ah, DATo, you continue to crack me up! :lol2: I think that letter from the Aussie soldier in boot camp just may well have been my grandmother! :lol: :lol:

The convict connection in Australia can be a touchy point. Many Aussies tracing their family tree get excited these days to find a convict connection. But I'm SOUTH Australian, and our colony was founded by free settlers, unlike most other states. However, I did find out that my great great grandfather, who came to South Australia from England in 1850, had spent 12 months in jail as a lad for destroying some farming equipment. :o
I wondered if that was how forgiveness budded; not with the fanfare of epiphany, but with pain gathering its things, packing up, and slipping away unannounced in the middle of the night.

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Post by dina s » 11 Jul 2016, 11:26

congrats Redlegs :clap:

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Post by klbradley » 15 Jul 2016, 12:52

Congrats! :)
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Post by Miriam Molina » 04 Feb 2018, 01:19

I know this is a super belated post, but I really enjoyed reading all the comments here. DATo, I hope you don't mind my using your army story about Sheila. It's a classic! Who is it from, by the way?

Thanks, everyone, for all the fun!

P.S. I do know a lot of Aussies, but they are all transplants from the Philippines. I was in Sydney for a spell decades ago. I would love to be back.

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