We are coming up to Thanksgiving, followed by Christmas … it’s the time for giving, thinking and being kind … many bloggers have been in this mode recently …
Judy Croome wrote about Blog4Peace … she also wrote an amazing poem about future archaeologists and what they would find in our 21st century debris … I’m quite into ancient eras at the moment … so this resonated.
To us all – “Dona Nobis Pacem” (Grant us Peace)
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Paula too of Smidgens, Snippets and Bits blogged about Blog4Peace … she very sadly lost her husband last year; they had an extended family and loved everyone dearly, doing as much as possible for them.
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Betsy of “My Five Men” wrote this post “Thirty Days ofThankfulness” … she is noting one thing each day that she’s thankful for – it’s on her sidebar.
She love cats ... and her five men - her autistic triplets, her hubby and her first born son.
Beate (from Germany) and Keith (from the good ol’USA) – bloggers, who met, married and let us know in blogland … they always bring much love to the blogosphere – Beate’s return to posting is entitled “Let’s Be Kind”.
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Thoughtfulness, Caring for others, Being interested and Listening … all essentials in this day and age …
I am so grateful for my new hip … which works wonders for me … and when I remember I smile, am not in a hurry if others need to push on, am grateful for my life and the opportunities afforded to us through blogging.
We are lucky souls … and I’m sure we’ll all remember others in these coming weeks – a kindness a day, a donation of food, or some change to a charity, a volunteering deed … we can all find a way to help others and bring a little light into some shaded lives.
Remember too … to keep some in reserve for perhaps the more difficult time of the year in the northern hemisphere … before the sun rises during 2016’s Spring.
My Remembrance Day post will occur on the 11th, albeit Remembrance Sunday is tomorrow here in the UK with the Cenotaph Service from Whitehall, which is our way of remembering those who died in the two World Wars.
PS to get rid of that grey bar … click the ‘Got It’ words and it will disappear … leaving the Search Bar free …
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