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Category Archives: Remembrance
Last week I asked the gentleman selling poppies in the supermarket foyer if there would still be a gathering at the Memorial today. He said there would be no parade or service as there had been in recent years, but … Continue reading
No words, just pictures.
Film director Danny Boyle is touring Britain to promote his Pages of the Sea documentary and 32 sites had been chosen for pictures of soldiers to be drawn in the sand to commemorate the centenary of the end of WWI. … Continue reading
On our trip on Saturday, we saw this memorial stone opposite the cathedral. Private Patch was 111 when he died. I felt extremely humble.
Hubby and I walked up to The Abbey today to light candles for our Dads. We had intended to go on Remembrance Day but something came up, and then last week we hadn’t wanted to intrude on the service for … Continue reading
The place is set, the table linen crisp and spotless. The best china, glassware and cutlery is laid out. The meat is carved and served on a silver platter. Vegetables in waiting steam under glass lids . Condiments stand to … Continue reading
I wonder how many people wish they could just hibernate until the festive season is over. Well, it looks like we just did! Hubby and I had a plan this morning to walk up to the Abbey (slowly) to light a candle … Continue reading
I have just read that Cilla Black has died in Spain at the age of 72. How uncanny that I should do a post mentioning Blind Date and in a comment on another post regarding music, refer to her 1969 … Continue reading