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10/17/2017 16:29:36

Happy earlier evening, 5: pm, welll all is in oven that was suppose to be grilled Sunday, Sammy's day * we couldn't eat, & last night no electric ... lol .. what else .... had my crying spree earlier today, for the baby boy* just don't drop a dime, lol .lol .. i'll cry,just for good measures*  Potatoes about done, laid down & just put Chicken in, will add BBQ sause later, frozen green beans with onions, & whole corn for neighbor, (kernal) Bob saw his Dr. today, going up on his heart rate pills to 150 mg. Had to replace our phone too, the ringer was not allowing calls to come through properly, Hoping all  is terrific for you, on your corner of the world, lol ...we have nice mild weather,high 60*s & sun. thats what counts, Love ya Dear Moe * Thank you for being you *




10/17/2017 15:50:20


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Hi Moe--So happy you hve someone to help you.***Don't know what we are doing for Thanksgiving yet. Haven't got that far. Usually one of the girls have Thanksgiving dinner for the family.***Love your page.***You have a blessed week. After very rainy weekend today is windy,sunny and 60.***Take  care. Love and hugs Helen

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10/17/2017 11:34:04

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10/17/2017 10:09:28


John and I walked through the very narrow streets of the medina. Our tour guide and our local guide were very knowledgeable and explained a lot of the work the craftsmen were doing. Everyone works very hard to make a living in the medina!
Have a great week,
Love and hugs,
Ger and John


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10/17/2017 10:04:57

It is a sunny, chilly day here and finally feels like autumn. I’m so happy to be wearing long sleeves, jeans, and SHOES! LOL Fall weather is the best; it’s not hot, it’s not cold, it’s just right! There is a breeze and I love watching the leaves raining down. It’s like a leafy ballet. What’s going on with you today and what is your weather like, Moe? I hope your day is a good one, rain or shine!

Love and Leaves~

Darci



10/17/2017 09:35:26




10/17/2017 09:02:08

 ***  TUESDAY MORNING (  MY SAMMY STORY )  SAM CAME HOME BY WAY OF THE LORD.

        DRAGGING HIS BACK TO FEET, ALL THE WAY FROM HEAVENS KNOWS WHERE.

        HE HAD BEEN GONE FOR 7 DAYS,  HE WAS LAYING BY SHED IN BACK YARD, WHEN

        HUSBAND LOOKED OUT & SAW HIM THROUGH LIVING ROOM WINDOWS, WE THOUGHT 

        HE HAD BEEN HIT BY CAR, SO HURRIED TO " VET " ONLY TO BE TOLD HE HAD A BLOOD

        CLOT SETTLE INTO HIS HIND QUARTERS, & PARILIZED HIM, WE WERE TOLD, THIS 

        COULD HAPPEN AGAIN & WORST,  "VET " SUGGEST PUTTING DEAR SAMMY TO SLEEP "

        HE WOULD NOT KNOW WHEN HE WEE WEED, OR POOPED * NO CONTROL, 

         SO WITH BROKEN HEARTS WE DID WHAT WAS BEST FOR HIM,  THIS WAS SUNDAY,

        SO NOT A GOOD DAY FOR US, NOR SINCE, REALLY WITHOUT HIM* WE DEARLY

       LOVE OUR ANIMALS, THEY ALL KNOW THEIR NAMES, THEIR OUR CHILDREN :) :) 

       IT IS VERY PAINFUL FOR ME TO WRITE TO ALL WHO HAVE ASKED ABOUT HIM ....

        SO TOOK THIS TIME TO TRY TO EXPLAIN BETWEEN TEARS *HE WAS ONLY 4 YRS. 

        HE CHASED HIS YOUNGER BROTHER OFF ABOUT 2 MONTHS AGO, BENNIE * & NOT TO BE

       SEEN SINCE,  SO HAVE TO LIVE WITH THAT PAIN TOO.  HE WANTED TO BE "KING " OF THE

       HOUSE & YARD I GUESS, BUT LOVED HIM REGARDLESS*  WE BURIED HIM IN FRONT FLOWER

       GARDEN,  TO BE REMMEBERED WITH THE ROSES* AMEN PRECIOUS "SAM" LOVE YOU *

         


 



10/17/2017 08:04:21



Good morning beautiful lady Moe
I send to My Mikey your hugs and love...
thank you for us both for all your words..
Us are blessed to have you like friends ...
do not look at the new day as a list of
things to do, 
take it as a casket of things to live. 

Good morning! Hugs & :)'s Jo




10/17/2017 02:28:57



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10/16/2017 21:15:25

Today has been a srain for me, I slept in till about 11;am. after not sleeping all night, my heart is still low & sad,  after dishes & making my Lemonade & Ice Tea jugs, Finally got on computer, then only to lose electric, for next almost 9 hrs, due to high winds, right after lunch of soup & sandwich, so laid down,  Then sat here awaiting for return of lights,  had McDonalds by candle light, lol ...you know we don't appreciate what we have, till we don't have it. lol ... I couldn't even read ... not enough good light.  will write more later lovey, 10: pm, & want to go to bed, sad again have tried to not think today, but hard, Sorry for the wineing .... please forgive ....


 


  ***  WELL WE HAVE JUST GONE THREW 7 & 1/2 HRS. OF ( NO ) ELECTRIC. 

        2000 RESIDENTS WERE OUT ALSO, DO TO HIGH WINDS TODAY,

        FULL SUN, WONDERFUL DAY,, EXCEPT THE WIND * 

        HAD McDONALDS BY CANDLE LIGHT, LOL ...   MUCH LOVE, KAREN.




10/16/2017 10:07:04

Below is a video that I took of workers preparing the leather in the ancient tradition using only natural dyes.


Fez’s tanneries are composed of numerous stone vessels filled with a vast range of dyes and various liquids spread out like a tray of watercolors. Dozens of men, many standing waist deep in dyes, work under the hot sun tending to the hides that remain soaked in the vessels. The tanneries processes the hides of cows, sheep, goats and camels, turning them into high quality leather products such as bags, coats, shoes, and slippers. This is all achieved manually, without the need for modern machinery, and the process has barely changed since medieval times, which makes these tanneries absolutely fascinating to visit.


At the tannery, hides are first soaked in a mixture of cow urine, quicklime, water, and salt. This caustic mixture helps to break down the tough leather, loosen excess fat, flesh, and hair that remain on them. The hides are soaked for two to three days after which tanners scrap away excess hair fibers and fat in order to prepare the hides for dyeing. The hides are then soaked in another set of vats containing a mixture of water and pigeon poop. Pigeon poop contains ammonia that acts as softening agents that allows the hides to become malleable so they can absorb the dye. The tanner uses his bare feet to knead the hides for up to three hours to achieve the desired softness. 

Have a great week,

John and Ger



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