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quotePosted at 03:07 on 20th April 2009
Debbie ~ beware the decadent and magnificent Pavlova...substitute with Baked Alaska ( less calories ) http://www.canadianliving.com/food/chocolate_raspberry_pistachio_baked_alaska.php
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quotePosted at 04:02 on 20th April 2009
OMG, That looks really good and i need to watch the calories,,Thanks Anna i may try to fix this next weekend!
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Lorna Harold
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quotePosted at 08:28 on 20th April 2009

Hi All. Ohh pavlova is SO nice!!

Anna I have seen The Piano. It is a really good film. 

 

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quotePosted at 14:51 on 20th April 2009
For me The Piano was a weird film, but Sam Neil was in it, and I do so like Sam Neil  .
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quotePosted at 15:45 on 20th April 2009
Welcome to POE, Lorna!  It's great to have you join our growing family.
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quotePosted at 16:21 on 20th April 2009

Hi Lorna..yes, The Piano..memorably erotic..passion and love ...and power of the will....as depicted in the ethereal scene of Ada floating, sinking in the sea, tied to the past ( her beloved, ruined piano ) ~ her decision to wrestle free to the surface, as from a dark dream and this poem spoken...

Thomas Hood ( 1799 - 1845 )

"Silence

There is a silence where hath been no sound,

There is a silence where no sound may be,

In the cold grave ~ under the deep deep sea....."



Edited by: Anna Hawthorne at:20th April 2009 16:31
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quotePosted at 18:45 on 20th April 2009
Lorna, welcome to POE! The conversation is great and the natives are friendly...for the most part.LOL! Wink I hope you come to love our little family as much as I do. You are most welcome.Smile
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quotePosted at 20:13 on 20th April 2009

http://wwwmcc.murdoch.edu.au/ReadingRoom/film/dbase/2000/Brunswick.html

Sue.. & anyone interested in Sam Neill...observe 'Death in Brunswick'  a quirky Australian film.

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quotePosted at 16:19 on 5th May 2009
Hi Lorna, welcome to POE from me too. Sorry to be a bit late but was on my way home from England at the time you joined. Glad you could join us. Hope to see you in the forum threads as well. 
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quotePosted at 08:58 on 22nd February 2019
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