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Messages - Julianka7

Current Talk '02 II / Re: Christmas Time At Collinwood
« on: December 28, 2002, 04:30:34 AM »
The storyboard and Quentin's letter to Santa were
perfect! You are good :)

Happy Birthday Arashi :)

Current Talk '02 II / Re: Holday Greetings from Lyndhurst, OR....
« on: December 28, 2002, 04:25:05 AM »
This is a lovely card Lorraine :)
Thanks for sharing it.

Calendar Events / Announcements '02 II / Re: I'VE ARRIVED!!!!
« on: December 28, 2002, 04:23:03 AM »
Congratulations Patti :)

Calendar Events / Announcements '02 II / Re: HAPPY BIRTHDAY ROBIN!!/OT
« on: December 17, 2002, 08:55:28 PM »
Happy Birthday again Robin :)
Thanks for all your hard work.  Robservations are
the best!

Current Talk '02 II / Re: Question for the Gang
« on: December 17, 2002, 08:51:48 PM »
I may be wrong about this, but here's what I think.
The portraits at Collinwood usually  aren't just
portraits. Barnabas attracted Willie by having his
portrait have a heart beat. He scared Willie
and David by making it's eyes glow.
Angelique was able to influence people or should
I say put a spell on them through her portrait.
Remember Roger acting weird after staring at
Angelique portrait? Also Barnabas was able
to hurt Angelique by having Sam Evans age
her portrait using a stiff brush with sharp bristles.
Let's not forget Josette's portrait. The first one
on DS that was strange.
I won't get into Quentin's portrait, because then
I'd have to use spoilers.
Anyway the reason I think Laura acted as she did
when her portrait burned and what she meant by
what she said is this. When her portrait burned
she could feel the flames. It had "been so long"
since she'd burned.
There are people who believe that having their
picture taken steals parts of their soul. Perhaps
these portraits do have a part of the person in them?

Current Talk '02 II / Re: Holidays at the Old House
« on: December 15, 2002, 07:32:19 PM »
My sides are hurting!!!
This was so hilarious [thumb]
Happy Holidays :)

Current Talk '02 II / Re: Looking for DS jewerly
« on: December 14, 2002, 10:41:03 AM »
Thank you MsCriseyde :)

That is the very page I was looking for :)

This makes me #7 :)
Thank you MB and Midnite for all your hard work,
the time you put in, patience, thoughtfulness
and talent. You've made a fun, happy, interesting,
safe and informative place for us. You 2 are the
greatest [thumb]

Calendar Events / Announcements '02 II / Re: OT-Luciaphil, M.L.S.
« on: December 14, 2002, 09:22:05 AM »
Congratulations Luciaphil!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
That's so great :)

Current Talk '02 II / Re: I am SO bored...(as you can see)
« on: December 11, 2002, 10:39:27 PM »
Ha-Ha! Good board Connie :)

Current Talk '02 II / Looking for DS jewerly
« on: December 11, 2002, 10:32:51 PM »
Does anyone know the addy for the Dark Shadows
I remember visiting a page where someone made
and had it for sell.

I think that would be great!!  Kansas City or St Louis might be good picks too, wouldn't they.  It's kind of a shame that it's always on one of the coasts.  I've never been to the mid-west, but would love to visit someday.  So many interesting things to do, and very nice people too, I'm told.

St. Louis would be a great city for the fest Bernie :)
I visited there and there are many things to see
and do. And thank you from a mid-west native :)

I know I'm coming into this late.
I won't be able to attend no matter the date.
I know the answer to why the fest is always
on one coast or the other, but I still think
it would be a great thing to have at least
one fest in the mid-west. Chicago or
Indianapolis would be my top choices.

What a cute tree Bob :)
I've got the whole set of those beanies too.