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Piglet
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quote:
Originally posted by Welease Woderwick:
I am deeply ashamed that yesterday I missed announcing International Music Day.

You're ashamed? Think how I feel, as an amateur musician married to a professional one ... [Big Grin]

Here's to all my musician friends, and to the ones who are already making music in Heaven.

[Smile]

[ 22. June 2016, 14:00: Message edited by: Piglet ]

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Welease Woderwick

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Today is Public Service Day, a day to remember all those who work so hard to keep society functioning.

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I'm not sure if that's a good coincidence or a bad one, as it's my penultimate day of working in public service (for the moment anyway).

To those of you still in it: [Overused]

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Feeling very guilty that I've crept in here after so long, but I have a Big Birthday on Saturday. Suffering a little pre-celebration trauma.... [Help]

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Hey Curious, long time no see! Good to see you back

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Welcome back, Curious, and have a good one! [Smile]

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Welease Woderwick

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Yes indeed, good to see you again.

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I was 65 last week!

But still working and definitely not planning to wear purple. [Big Grin]

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Many happy returns, Jacobsen, and enjoy that bus-pass! [Big Grin]

In other news, it was 28 years ago today that D. and I tied the knot, in Cranmer's matchless prose, on what would have been his 499th birthday.

Happy birthday, Tom! [Smile]

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Happy Fourth of July to all our American shippies! [Smile]

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Welease Woderwick

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Today is, wait for it:

Teddy Bears' Picnic Day!

For me it is a sort of Soft Toys Appreciation Day as, apart from Teddies, I also have rabbits and dogs and tigers and koalas and even a raccoon! It is going to be a wet day so I reckon the picnic will be an indoor affair.

...and as I type that the sun comes out!

Here's the link.

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You would probably love the event one of my local village churches is doing this afternoon - parachuting the teddies of local children/grownups off the church tower with a prize for who can get the furthest (cream teas for non-flyers!).
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I hope some childs much loved toy doesn't get stuck on the roof, in the branches of a tree or otherwise lost.

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Yeah, hopefully parents will have the sense to suggest a brand new unattached bear for the event.

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Our teddies' picnic will have to be an indoor affair too - it's cold, wet, windy and decidedly unpicnicish here, and they'd get their fur all wet, which would lead to unhappy bears. [Frown]

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Pleased to report that all went well and a great time was had by all [Yipee]
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The soft toys all got Doone safely then.

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And the award for Groan of the Year goes to ...

Alan Cresswell!!! [Overused]

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I can't help but think that this is a case of unfortunate scheduling, but July 16 is both:

World Snake Day and Guinea Pig Appreciation Day.

I am sure some snakes would appreciate a guinea pig...

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My MiL rang the doorbell yesterday to tell me she had just chased a snake off the verandah. Good for her.

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While I'm delighted to check the link for World Guinea Pig Day (aaaaahhh!!), I'd be very grateful if another passing host would check the other one mentioned by Hedgehog ...

[Eek!] [Eek!] [Eek!]

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Welease Woderwick

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I've done it, never fear.

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Today is the feast day of St. Anne, the mother of the Virgin Mary.

When we were in St. Anne's Cathedral in Belfast, it was affectionately known as "the Cathedral Church of Thy Most Holy Granny", and some of us formed a pub-quiz team with friends from St. George's church, and called ourselves Dragons and Grannies.

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And today, July 27, is Scotch Whisky Day. Personally, I am a bourbon man (although I missed Bourbon Day (June 14)) but hold scotch in high esteem.

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The web-site in your link, Hedgehog, is clearly written by a Heretick of the first order, as that glass has ICE in it.

[Devil]

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Today is my fifteenth anniversary of joining the Ship of Fools! Good grief! Almost a quarter of my life!!! [Eek!] [Big Grin] [Help] [Axe murder]

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quote:
Originally posted by jedijudy:
Today is my fifteenth anniversary of joining the Ship of Fools! Good grief! Almost a quarter of my life!!! [Eek!] [Big Grin] [Help] [Axe murder]

[Yipee] [Overused]
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quote:
Originally posted by jedijudy:
Today is my fifteenth anniversary of joining the Ship of Fools! Good grief! Almost a quarter of my life!!! [Eek!] [Big Grin] [Help] [Axe murder]

Keep taking the tablets, jj.

[Big Grin]

Congratulations!

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[Axe murder]

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Congratulations, JJ - here's to your next fifteen! [Smile]

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Thanks everyone! [Big Grin]

quote:
Originally posted by Welease Woderwick:
Keep taking the tablets, jj.

pssst...Wodders...it's the GIN in the host's lounge! [Cool]

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Here's one for Boogie - today is Assistance Dog Day!

A well merited day in my estimation.

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Speaking of today's date, it is 2²/2³/2⁴

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My wife, Zeke, celebrated her 60th birthday over a two-day period starting on the 31st with a party for our friends and ending with a quiet dinner out on the 2nd. She got over 80 face-book comments!

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Happy birthday Zeke.

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Yes, happy birthday!

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Many happy returns Zeke! [Yipee]

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If he wasn't dead, it would be my maternal grandfather's 130th birthday today. I've always thought that his life spanned one of the most interesting periods in history, and he got the best out of it. When he was a boy, advanced technology generally meant steam, and railway development was still pretty exciting; the penny farthing bicycle was the way for a dashing young man to get around. He was at the opening of Tower bridge and talked about the great treat of riding on a horse-drawn lorry through the new Blackwall Tunnel under the Thames. He saw the earliest underground electric trains in London, and remembered the sparks flying from their electrical pick-ups. He and his brother were making home-brewed colour photographs (negatives, not coloured prints) in the 1920s. One of his passions was Esperanto, the one thing he failed to pass on to his grandchildren, despite strenuous attempts. By the time he died, people had been to the moon, and he was full of admiration for the new computers that were doing things that he could never have done with his slide rule. He saw two world wars - served in the RAMC in one of them - and made it his personal mission to make as many friends as he could in post-war Germany when I was old enough to take notice, making a lasting impression on me. He wanted no more wars and didn't waste any time waiting for others to bring our countries closer together. I don't think my life will have been as interesting as his. So I'm quietly celebrating Grandpa's birthday today.

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Happy birthday Grandpa [Smile]
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All together now, Happy Birthday, dear Pete, happy birthday to you. [Yipee]

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Good grief, is it his birthday again? He seems to have them remarkably regularly.

Happy Birthday Pete!

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quote:
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Good grief, is it his birthday again? He seems to have them remarkably regularly.

Happy Birthday Pete!

I celebrate twice a year. As a cancer survivor, I celebrate quietly the day I was declared cancer-free (which makes me 14 (with a double Amrut single malt) and, more loudly, today.

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Happy birthday, Uncle Pete!!

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Uncle Pete [Yipee]
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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by Welease Woderwick:
Good grief, is it his birthday again? He seems to have them remarkably regularly.

Happy Birthday Pete!

I celebrate twice a year. As a cancer survivor, I celebrate quietly the day I was declared cancer-free (which makes me 14 (with a double Amrut single malt) and, more loudly, today.
Happy Double Birthday, Pete! So you must be about 130 too?

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quote:
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Good grief, is it his birthday again? He seems to have them remarkably regularly.

Happy Birthday Pete!

Does anyone except those born on the 29th February have irregular birthdays? AFAIK they are all separated by a year exactly.

Jengie

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Many happy returns, Uncle Pete - have a good one! [Smile]

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Welease Woderwick

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Yesterday was Lazy Day but it was far too much effort to post about it.

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You'll be delighted to know that D. and I celebrated it in an appropriate fashion ...

[Snore]

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