THANK YOU

To ALL my followers and everyone who has ever liked and/or commented. I appreciate you all.  

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Disorderly

Egypt –  Zahi Hawass. Nuff said. Thebes. Not Egypt but… Wiki : Thebes, Greece Rhodes. Woohoo :o) Wiki : Knights Hospitaller   And if you’re a fan of Lady Dunnett – The Disorderly Knights comes to mind.   Rome…m’eh!   205 Cut through the isthmus looking wistfully, Moving against all, passing o’er the sea, Then […]

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The Late, Beautiful Wembley Stadium

Originally called The Empire Stadium. 1923? Demolished around 2000. Wiki : Wembley Stadium     The Last Days of the Twin Towers  

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Dál Riata

Or the anglicised Dalriada if you prefer.   Wiki – FastbecomingmyBestBSFriend : Dál Riata   My late father had jet black hair and light grey eyes. Traditional Irish colouring. First footing? Hogmanay? Tall, dark haired man? Irish/Scottish/Welsh. I KNOW my ancestry. And my history. Just saying :o)

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Holly Johnson

What A Voice! What A Song! “Make Love Your Goal.” A Truth that needs re-re-teaching? Shame on THEM!    

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Keeping Time

Awestruck? Me? Spooked? Oh, yes. I’ve lived near Salisbury twice and know that cathedral well. BTW. Ted Heath had a home within spitting distance!!!! Now, my local cathedral is Lincoln. A place I’ve been to many times. My hours spent there writing up a project for my History Exam got me a Perfectly Average B. […]

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George Hurrell

One of my most precious and loved books is Hurrell’s Hollywood Portraits by Mark Viera. I’ve always had a thing about b&w movies! Whatever you think of Joan Crawford, she was a beautiful fighter. She insisted that Hurrell keep a copy of the original photo. She was a red head with freckles and proud of […]

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Ancient Wisdom

Yin Yang Ancient Wisdom We all carry both! Get over it :o)

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Just Because…

…it was there and I watched and smiled a lot all the way through :o)  

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On and On and On

I might’ve said once or a thousand times (No. I Do Not Exaggerate!) that I grew up listening to Abba songs. I even saw Mamma Mia on Broadway. Yay :o) Love this song. 1980ish, I seem to remember. M’eh. Time is Fluid.    

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