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I found it quite hard to think of 7 things about myself that perhaps you didn't know as I live quite an "open" life and I think most friends know most things about me !! But I will have a try !!
Seven things about me:
1 My favourite day of the week is Sunday.
2 I have had 4 dogs...Libbi, Red, Tamas, and Dee. Thre dashhounds and one Yorkie,
3 I once had a prize Silkie hen. I used to carry her around in my dolls parm.
4 The friend I have had longest is Phil we have know each other for just over 60 years.
5 My fav. food is a Sirlion Steak cooked rare...
6 I resisted having a computer for years and years.
7 I would not like to live without my computer !!
So there you are a few odds and ends about me.. Nothing very earth shattering !!
Now I will nominate some great bloggers that I follow
Joann's new journal
Geni in the Lakes
Buttercup counts her blessings
My Southern Home
West side of straight
The Mellow Pages
Sixty is good
with brush in hand
A year from Oak Cottage
I am not at all sure if I have done all this correctly...I am sure someone will let me know if I havn't and I will see if I can do better next time. I am sure you all know by now how.. expert !! I am on the computer LOL
I have a PS to my last mesage about my memories of the Queen. I forgot to tell you a sad thing that happened. It was just after the coronation that my Granny decided she would like to see the film "The Queen is Crowned" she had never been in a cinema before....in fact belonged to quite a strict church that frowned upon such places...she asked permission of the church elders and was duly told she could go. So one day she went with my Aunt into Edinburgh an journey in itself as she rarely ever left the village...They arrived at the cinema and after buying the tickets and just before entering the auditorium....she dropped dead...It was a dreadful thing to happen, she had diabetis and was not a well lady and the feeling was that it was just all to much for her the excitment of the day. I remember as a child feeling sorry that she had paid to see the Queen and never saw her !! typical of me..never mind my poor Granny lying dead...
Yesterday I had good news that my Great Niece Samantha passed her driving test first time...We are so proud of her...She will now be able to drive herself wherever she wants to go. After her test she took her Mum into Bristol as she had a hospital appointment about her diabetis....driving in Bristol takes some nerve I can tell you. It is the last place on earth that I would drive in unless there was an emergency !!!
Goodnight All.. LOVE ONE ANOTHER.