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Offline anniebc

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A star was born
« on: August 18, 2008, 10:37:24 AM »
Hi everyone

As the title says A STAR WAS BORN at this years AMG in the shape of a beautiful little girl called Mini, she stole the heart of everyone here, there will be more stories and lots of photos of this precious little girl to follow.

Sadly I had to say goodbye to them at 6.30 this morning and a few tears were shed..all from Mom and me..Mini was just her happy little self... :D

We said goodbye to Bonnie, the Davids and Nick also, the farewells are always the hardest time for me.

I leave here on the 20th and get home on the 22nd, but I have a couple of talks on the 25th and 27th to the med students and nurses and then on the 2nd of next month i have the Pan Pacific conference in Auckland..so I need to spend time with the family (two and four legged ones.. :D) before i can get back to the forums with photos and news about our Mexican AMG..but I can say right now it has been a wonderful experience, with both the IAC and seeing all the guys again.

Hope you have all been keeping well and look forward to catching up wtih you all soon...i just need time to get over everything, and Im still trying to fight off this bloody chest infection..but its getting better by the day.

Love and hugs to you all
Jan :-*
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Re: A star was born
« Reply #1 on: August 18, 2008, 12:05:27 PM »
Good to hear from you Jan!  I sure look forward to those pictures. :-*
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Re: A star was born
« Reply #2 on: August 18, 2008, 02:59:37 PM »
Glad you had a great time honey, and wishing you safe travels ahead.    Hope you brought something good to read.

much love,

Alan 

PS - can't WAIT to see photos!   :-*
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Re: A star was born
« Reply #3 on: August 18, 2008, 10:24:44 PM »
I somehow knew little mini would be a star.

I bet you all spoilt her rotten too. She deserves it.
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Re: A star was born
« Reply #4 on: August 18, 2008, 10:27:54 PM »
Jan,  I thought you were going to tell everyone about the newest "star" that was born while we were away at AMG ;).  

It's just after 10:15pm here and we've finally made it home.  My head is spinning, my sunburn is burning, and as soon as I  can wrap my head around a clear thought, I'll certainly post more about AMG including pictures and ....  ummmm... a little "situation" with Basquo at the Meet and Greet. :P

Mum (who already misses all Mini's guys)

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Offline BikerGuy

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Re: A star was born
« Reply #5 on: August 19, 2008, 12:29:24 AM »
On the frig is the hand made birthday card Mini made for me.

Mini, you are so special and it was a joy to meet you.
Looking forward to seeing you again.
All my love and a great big hug.
D
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Offline Robert

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Re: A star was born
« Reply #6 on: August 19, 2008, 04:35:45 PM »
mini is just as cute as a button.  The first day we met, she gave me her business card.

Everyday I would give her my coins and by Sunday her assignment was to tell me how much she had in pesos and 'W Virginia' money.

robert

(who couldn't keep his hands out of Mini's hair)
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Re: A star was born
« Reply #7 on: August 19, 2008, 05:01:47 PM »
Mum, where are the pictures?
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Re: A star was born
« Reply #8 on: August 19, 2008, 09:34:26 PM »
Betty, as soon as Hubby converts the pictures from his file to a public file, I'll post some. 

Mum



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Re: A star was born
« Reply #9 on: August 21, 2008, 12:11:34 AM »
Santi & I were blessed to meet this little lady in person, and I can't stop telling people about how she scampered up the world's third largest pyramid to the amazement of us all, including her Mum.

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Re: A star was born
« Reply #10 on: August 21, 2008, 12:43:23 AM »
^ That's probably the cutest picture ever.

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Re: A star was born
« Reply #11 on: August 21, 2008, 09:48:02 AM »
She certainly was the "star".  What a precious gift we all had for her being at AMG. 

Each morning, most of us would gather at the Starbucks in the hotel lobby.  Those of us who smoked would be outside the patio rail on the sidewalk, those who didn't were sitting on the patio.  My day would start with this tiny little voice saying "Good Morning" and there, leaning across the rail  was this smiling, loving, little girl.  It couldn't help but warm my coffee craving, foggy headed, muscle aching body. 

RAB

(Who also has her "business card" on his fridge.)

RAB   :-*


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Re: A star was born
« Reply #12 on: August 21, 2008, 10:24:49 AM »
I have a couple very good pictures of Mini lighting the candle at the memorial ceremony that I'll put up later.  And yes, one on the Starbucks patio sitting on Mum's lap :)  There was a lot of action everyday at Starbucks, that's for sure.
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Re: A star was born
« Reply #13 on: August 21, 2008, 11:05:20 AM »
you lot went all the way to mexico to go to starbucks?  :D

very cute picture of the littlest AMG'er - kate

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Re: A star was born
« Reply #14 on: August 21, 2008, 11:23:00 AM »
Yeah, I know.  In fact there were two Starbucks on opposite sides of the Christopher Columbus travel circle where the hotel was located -- the Starbucks were actually IN the hotels, with entrances directly into the lobbies.  I'll also add that they were much worse than the Starbucks in the US, which I generally avoid.  They're lattes were quite weak and I think they were skimping on the shots of espresso.  It wasn't until the last day that I noticed a local coffee place a block away that I could have been going to.

Hey, at least I didn't go to McDonald's like Mark did.  I ate Mexican food selections at every opportunity.  No burgers for Philicia!
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Offline YaKaMein

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Re: A star was born
« Reply #15 on: August 21, 2008, 12:55:49 PM »
Can't wait to see more pics of cutie Mini and the other characters who were there! Am really jealous that I couldn't attend. It all sounds so revitalizing and such great experiences were shared. Yippee! Hope to meet many of you someday ... but until then I'll enjoy the images and live vicariously thru them. 

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11/10 CD4 300 14.3% VL 0 <20copies
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01/10 Began FOTO
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07/09 CD4 324 13.5% VL 0 DEXA -3.1 Tscore lumbar
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Offline BlueMoon

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Re: A star was born
« Reply #16 on: August 21, 2008, 01:05:29 PM »
During my one trip to Mexico I got the impression that coffee isn't regarded very highly there.  I went into a bakery for breakfast and they had no coffee, although there was a cooler full of Coca-Cola.  After a few minutes of discussion and looking around, they found a jar of instant coffee.  That was all the more surprising as it was in Rosarita, which sees a lot of American tourists.

Mini seems to be quite the precocious little girl.  I'm sure that she's a real joy to her family.  I look forward to when she's able to post here on her own.
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05/09-- ........51.....449.....39
03/09-- Added Isentress
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11/08-- ........62.....242.....40
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Offline Mouse

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Re: A star was born
« Reply #17 on: August 21, 2008, 02:15:33 PM »
Yeah, I know.  In fact there were two Starbucks on opposite sides of the Christopher Columbus travel circle where the hotel was located -- the Starbucks were actually IN the hotels, with entrances directly into the lobbies.  I'll also add that they were much worse than the Starbucks in the US, which I generally avoid.  They're lattes were quite weak and I think they were skimping on the shots of espresso.  It wasn't until the last day that I noticed a local coffee place a block away that I could have been going to.

Hey, at least I didn't go to McDonald's like Mark did.  I ate Mexican food selections at every opportunity.  No burgers for Philicia!



Lies. How many times did we go to Starbucks the last time I visited?  :P

Offline Miss Philicia

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Re: A star was born
« Reply #18 on: August 21, 2008, 02:48:52 PM »


Lies. How many times did we go to Starbucks the last time I visited?  :P

None that I recall.  In Philadelphia I only go to Joe's on Walnut Street or Brew Ha Ha on S. 12th.

The only Starbucks I will venture to in Philly is the one at the Bellevue Hotel, and that's only an excuse to see THE LEGEND.
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Offline Mouse

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Re: A star was born
« Reply #19 on: August 21, 2008, 03:25:43 PM »
None that I recall.  In Philadelphia I only go to Joe's on Walnut Street or Brew Ha Ha on S. 12th.

The only Starbucks I will venture to in Philly is the one at the Bellevue Hotel, and that's only an excuse to see THE LEGEND.


We went to that one on South St. And then another one that I don't remember. But we definitely went at least twice, because I got my favorite drink.

Although, yes, you are almost as bad a caffeine addict as I am. How many times did we stop for a caffeinated beverage or another in general LOL.

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Offline Miss Philicia

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Re: A star was born
« Reply #20 on: August 21, 2008, 04:30:08 PM »
Ah... well, I only go to South St. when you visit so there you go.  It's a street for kiddies *sigh* not grown ups.  Do you honestly think I prance into goth/emo shops in my own spare time?  As if.
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Offline aztecan

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Re: A star was born
« Reply #21 on: August 21, 2008, 05:00:47 PM »
Hey, at least I didn't go to McDonald's like Mark did.  I ate Mexican food selections at every opportunity.  No burgers for Philicia!

Hey, the only reason Mike and I went to McDonald's was to find a bathroom. It was only after we unsuccessfully looked for a Sanborn's at the Zocalo. You had to buy something or they wouldn't let you pee, so I had a Coke TM and some fries.

Those are the only things I can eat at McDonald's and I really did need to pee - and so did Mike.

Would someone who spent money in the Metropolitan Cathedral lie to you? ::)

Besides, it was Jody who ordered the hamburgesa at that little cafe that you, I, Jody and Curtis ate at on the way back to the Zocalo to see the pyramid there, if memory serves.

HUGS,

Mark
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Re: A star was born
« Reply #22 on: August 21, 2008, 05:03:46 PM »
I also have Mini's business card on my refrigerator too.

She is just a doll.

To think she just scampered right up the Pyramid of the Sun while some of us had to stop and rest frequently.

Ah, youth.

HUGS,

Mark
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Re: A star was born
« Reply #23 on: August 21, 2008, 06:59:59 PM »
2 days before our trip to the pyramids, some of the guys had already decided that Mini was going to make it to the top of that pyramid even if they had to carry her up.  In my mind, how high could the pyramid actually be?  Well, let me tell you, it was TALL (3rd largest in the WORLD!).  When we arrived at the pyramids, Mini and i held back touring the mound where child sacrafices were held.  On the way down from the mound, someone approached us, whipped out a black knife, and sent Mini running and screaming for dear life!!  So much for public relations!

What the brochures don't tell you is that the pyramid isn't anywhere near the entrance.  First, we had to walk just over 1500 feet down the Avenue of the Dead.  The sun was blazing with NO shade to speak of.  Anyway, once we got to the pyramid, it was just the two of us - Mini and Mum - and a very intimidating pyramid that Wee One was determined to climb.  I'd already set in my mind that we'd go up as high as we could and then I'd break out the "we did a good job" speech.  Mini, however, wasn't settling for anything but the top.

The steps were tall and painfully narrow.  Mini quickly figured out that she could "Spiderman" it up rather quickly on her hands and feet.  I kept having to tell her to stop and wait for me.  Every plateau, we'd sit and drink some water and rest up for the next climb.  An hour later, hand in hand, we made it to the top.  We celebrated with water, chips, and tears.  The kid that doctors said wouldn't live, then wouldn't walk, with CP and aching knees, conquered a mountain.  The kid that I thought would never make it without being carried, ended up carrying me with her spirit and sheer determination. 

It took us 15 minutes to traverse the steps down.  We did it together, hand in hand. 

Mum (who still smiles with the memory)
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Re: A star was born
« Reply #24 on: August 21, 2008, 07:00:42 PM »
Basquo, what an amazing picture!  Is there any way that you can send me a copy?

Mum
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Re: A star was born
« Reply #25 on: August 21, 2008, 07:06:48 PM »
This is Mini at the top of the Pyramid.  Her shirt is one she designed and drew herself.  It says "I can be your friend".  The back says "AMG 2008 - The world can be your friend."  Everyone signed it during the M&G.

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« Reply #26 on: August 21, 2008, 07:10:15 PM »
And here's a picture of the pyramid itself


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Re: A star was born
« Reply #27 on: August 21, 2008, 07:11:48 PM »
Ok, last one (for now ;)) - Mini climbing the Pyramid.  She did get a boo-boo on her shin that took off a fair chunk of skin.  Her guy Jody took good care of her with some anti-bacterial ointment and a bandaide (which hurt much less than the alcohol I kept pouring on it)


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Re: A star was born
« Reply #28 on: August 21, 2008, 07:23:56 PM »
2 days before our trip to the pyramids, some of the guys had already decided that Mini was going to make it to the top of that pyramid even if they had to carry her up.  In my mind, how high could the pyramid actually be?  Well, let me tell you, it was TALL (3rd largest in the WORLD!).  When we arrived at the pyramids, Mini and i held back touring the mound where child sacrafices were held.  On the way down from the mound, someone approached us, whipped out a black knife, and sent Mini running and screaming for dear life!!  So much for public relations!

What the brochures don't tell you is that the pyramid isn't anywhere near the entrance.  First, we had to walk just over 1500 feet down the Avenue of the Dead.  The sun was blazing with NO shade to speak of.  Anyway, once we got to the pyramid, it was just the two of us - Mini and Mum - and a very intimidating pyramid that Wee One was determined to climb.  I'd already set in my mind that we'd go up as high as we could and then I'd break out the "we did a good job" speech.  Mini, however, wasn't settling for anything but the top.

The steps were tall and painfully narrow.  Mini quickly figured out that she could "Spiderman" it up rather quickly on her hands and feet.  I kept having to tell her to stop and wait for me.  Every plateau, we'd sit and drink some water and rest up for the next climb.  An hour later, hand in hand, we made it to the top.  We celebrated with water, chips, and tears.  The kid that doctors said wouldn't live, then wouldn't walk, with CP and aching knees, conquered a mountain.  The kid that I thought would never make it without being carried, ended up carrying me with her spirit and sheer determination. 

It took us 15 minutes to traverse the steps down.  We did it together, hand in hand. 

Mum (who still smiles with the memory)

Mum

And smile you should. 

You're absolutely correct when you say the thing is huge.  I don't know if this photo gives a good enough perspective, but at least it offers a close resemblence.

The fact that the two of you made the trek solo, is a testament to the obvious bond between you and Mini.  Her determination, her unwillingness (or more precisely) just the fact that whatever she has faced hasn't stopped her in the least. . . .well, that is something we should all find inspiring.

What an adventure we all shared.

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« Reply #29 on: August 21, 2008, 08:30:24 PM »
Beautiful pictures mum and Creighton.  Go Mini!  I'm just going to have to meet her someday.  Mum, does she still have the picture of my cat? :)
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« Reply #30 on: August 22, 2008, 12:25:30 AM »
Every morning when she woke up, Mini would ask "Do you think my guys are awake?"  Then, she'd rush me to get dressed because "my guys are waiting downstairs."  So, from now until forever, you'll be known as Mini's guys (yes, even you Jan and Bonnie ;))  She still talks about "me, mum, and my guys."

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« Reply #31 on: August 22, 2008, 10:03:40 AM »
One of my greatest regrets of not being able to attend AMG was to miss this chance to meet Mini and I'm not surprised that she was the star of the event!

Great pics and I love the one of her at the top of the pyramid!

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« Reply #32 on: August 22, 2008, 10:10:04 AM »
Beautiful.    Absolutely beautiful.     I had no doubts that Mini would show everyone what a special child she is.   (and I already KNOW how special the rest of you are!)   A winning combination.

Love & hugs,

Alan

PS - I would love to have one of those pics of Mini and Creighton....
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