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Its 5 years since I lost my other half and it feels as raw now as it did then. [Votive]

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Welease Woderwick

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[Votive] L'organist [Votive]

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L'organist
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Thanks WW. Had a long skype with the children (on their travels at the moment) which cheered me up a bit.

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May 23rd is the 17th annual World Turtle day!

Hug your turtle today!

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quote:
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... Hug your turtle today!

If I had one, I absolutely would. [Smile]

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It's Towel Day! I totally forgot to have my towel with me today. [Frown]

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Lothlorien
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quote:
Originally posted by jedijudy:
It's Towel Day! I totally forgot to have my towel with me today. [Frown]

I can't take mine out today. It is outside in the sun drying.
[Waterworks]

Yes, I do have more than one, but this one is my favourite.

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Gee D
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quote:
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It's Towel Day! I totally forgot to have my towel with me today. [Frown]

Wikipedia noted that, but not that it was Ascension Day. It did not remember Anzac Day either.

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Nicolemr
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June 6th is, of course, the anniversary of D-day, the Allied invasion of Normandy.

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Lothlorien
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Thank you Nicole. I thought of that yesterday, but forgot to come over here and note it. Now the 7th downunder.

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Uncle Pete

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Wishing The Prince Philip a happy 96th birthday.

And it appears to be HMQ's official birthday. Was it sunny and warm in UK for Trooping the Colour?

[ 10. June 2017, 17:43: Message edited by: Uncle Pete ]

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Queen's Birthday long weekend down in NSW this weekend, Pete.

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Welease Woderwick

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Piglet, we all owe you the Most Humble Apologies - yesterday was World Gin Day!

I hope you can see your way to forgiving us.

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I think I might manage that, WW. [Big Grin]

I noticed something about it on Facebook, but I must confess to not having observed it myself. Having said that, we're having some friends round for supper this evening, and we have the GIN, the tonic, the ice and the lemon, so I think it would be an appropriate aperitif.

[Smile]

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Lothlorien
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Fifteen years ago today, my SIL died, leaving my brother and their son who was ten at the time. Nephew struggled for quite a while but is now doing well.

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Nicolemr
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It's Father's Day in the US.

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Ooops, missed this one. And, it's especially for Chorister. Yesterday was National Cream Tea Day

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And over on this side of the pond, it's Canada's 150th birthday. [Smile]

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A day to leave the candles burning and not blow them out, Perhaps some light from them will head south?

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If only ... [Big Grin]

In other news, 29 years ago today, D. and I plighted our troth according to the rites of the Book of Common Prayer.

[Axe murder]

Very appropriate as it was also Thomas Cranmer's 499th birthday.

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Lothlorien
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Congratulations to you both.

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Sixty-nine years ago today my late parents were married; sixty-eight years ago today my late sister was baptized in the same church.
[Votive]

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Happy 241st birthday to the USofA!

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Lucia

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Happy 241st birthday to the USofA!

And to me! Birthday that is, not 241st......
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Happy birthday Lucia, and happy birthday USA! [Smile]

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Alan Cresswell

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BBC News this morning informed me that it's the 80th anniversary of the launch of a certain canned meat

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Somehow this got missed, apparently World Chocolate Day was yesterday. Apparently, there are at least six reasons why Chocolate is good for you and that is from India.

Jengie

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quote:
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... there are at least six reasons why Chocolate is good for you ...

I wish I liked dark chocolate more than I do - all the things about it being good for you seem refer to dark rather than milk chocolate.

Eating milk chocolate makes me smile - surely that can't be bad, can it? [Smile]

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Welease Woderwick

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Because it is one of my triggers for migraine so I have had to learn to dislike it - but I have no animosity towards those who enjoy it.

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Gee D mentioned the possible benefits of dark chocolate on the Parkinsons thread last August. Being concerned about eventual Parkinsons (hereditary), and loving chocolate, I decided to do more research. It seems that dark chocolate can indeed be beneficial for lots of reasons, which is the happiest medical advice I've ever found, so I now have two squares of dark chocolate every morning. And I can justify it as being healthy!
[Yipee]

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I love the dark chocolate. Darker the better. Am now enjoying the 85% and also the 90%. Yum, Yum.

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One time when hosts were given chocolate, someone sent me an African chocolate that was 100% cocoa. It wasn't sweet, but it wasn't bitter either. I would love to have some of that again.

Moo

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Lothlorien
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This morning I read that "allons enfants de la patrie" is Aussie for "c'mon kids. We're having a party." Be that as it may, today is 14th July down here. Bastille Day and a reason for a party.

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*sings loudly*

Happy Birthday to yous
Happy birthday to yous
Happy Birthday, dear twins
Happy Birthday to yous


*hem hem* [Hot and Hormonal]

Hope weasel Uncle didn't eat ALL your cake.

[ 16. July 2017, 13:50: Message edited by: Uncle Pete ]

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Welease Woderwick

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Pete, please don't sing!*

The cake was 60 cms square and I got one of the first pieces but it was horribly sweet, or two sweet for me - sponge cakes with a soft frosting. I think the twins were a bit overwhelmed by the whole thing but they seemed to have a good time. Probably a couple or three hundred turned up. Unsurprisingly V father of the other V was first to turn up to help - he was about the last to leave as well. I absented myself a couple of times for a lie down - I'm not as young as I used to was!

Bliss when everyone had gone - I think there should be a moment after a while when the Host can stand up and say:

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Right, it's all over, thanks for coming, thanks for the gifts, now just bugger off the lot of you!
*For the uninitiated Pete's singing reminds me in some ways of the Late Great and much lamented Florence Foster Jenkins!

[ 16. July 2017, 15:45: Message edited by: Welease Woderwick ]

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Many happy returns, twinlets! [Yipee]

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Lothlorien
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Happy birthday to the twins.

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Lothlorien
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Happy Birthday to my father. 100 today. I still miss you, Dad.

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Welease Woderwick

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My dad's birthday is next Sunday - he would have been 105! Similarly missed every day.

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Today is the Feast day of St. Anne, mother of the Blessèd Virgin Mary, or (as she was known in Belfast Cathedral, which is dedicated to her), The Lord's Most Holy Granny*.

[Smile]

* When we were in Belfast we and some friends from St. George's parish church had a pub-quiz team called the Dragons and Grannies. [Big Grin]

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And a happy birthday to horses everywhere.

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Happy birthday to my beautiful Daughter-Unit!
She was pleased to be carded twice this week; yesterday at an R rated movie where she was told she had to be 18 to see the movie, and two days before that when she bought an adult beverage.

She is thirty today! [Big Grin] [Axe murder] [Yipee]

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Happy birthday, Daughter-Unit! [Smile]

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Yay, Happy Birthday from here, too!

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Today is Assistance Dog Day, which will appeal at least to Boogie but, I'm sure, many other Shipmates as well, including me.

It is also International Beer Day, which may also appeal to a Shipmate or two.

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What part of Matt. 7:1 don't you understand?

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quote:
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Today is Assistance Dog Day, which will appeal at least to Boogie but, I'm sure, many other Shipmates as well, including me.

It is also International Beer Day, which may also appeal to a Shipmate or two.

I'm sure there are assistance dogs that know the way to the pub, which is a double celebration!

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Assistance dogs do a wonderful job, no matter what it may be. [Biased]

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Absolutely.

Anyone seen Spike, or is he out celebrating International Beer Day? [Big Grin]

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Today is the Feast of the Blessed Uncle Pete! Not quite a National holiday in Canada but...

Happy Birthday Pete!

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Happy birthday, Uncle Pete!! [Axe murder]

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