One of my favourite hymns from long ago...
"Thank you for every for every new good morning
Thank you for every fresh new day"
November is the month to be thankful for those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Another verse says
"Thank you, oh Lord, I want to thank you, that I'm free to thank"
This resonates in these troubled times; having just read "The bookseller of Kabul" by Agne Seirstad and "My forbidden face" by Latifa.
Canine companions say nothing, yet speak volumes...
OH drives me mad; yet keeps me sane...
The two Ms and our coffee afternoons...
Long time friends from school days.
Not forgetting my click of the mouse friends.
Learning and education...particularly the Open University and the friends I have made thro' my studies and on-line meetings.
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