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On Thursday I went to the Wall Street area to listen to Trinity Grace Wall Street’s concert series remembering 9/11.

It was – in a word – beautiful; there was so much talent on that stage, and as a whole I just sat with my mouth open in awe. 417 more words

Remembering Miss Snickers!

Miss Snickers friend Charlie asked his Mama Alice to create this sweet memorial slideshow for her, and sing “You Are Wonderful Tonight.” – it’s a real tear jerker…


We Shall Remember Them!

‘In Flanders Fields’, is perhaps the most famous poem from WWI, is by Canadian Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae.
A doctor in charge of a field hospital, he saw his friend killed during the Second Battle of Ypres, he is reputed to have written the poem the very next day in 1915. 46 more words


Bobby Goldsboro - Honey!

As today is my late Mother’s birthday, a very favourite song of hers from 1968…

It’s deeply sentimental lyrics always made tears prick our eyes when we listened to… 12 more words


Mother's Theme Music - 'Stranger on the Shore'!

Written by clarinetist Acker Bilk for his young daughter & originally named “Jenny” after her, the piece “Stranger on the Shore” was later used as the theme tune to the 1961 BBC TV drama series called Stranger on the Shore, and has been know as that ever since. 184 more words


Funny Cats - 'Woody' style drinking and shower - now a Memorium Tribute to DemonSpawn!

Originally posted 15/09/09
Friend Wilma‘s cat, appropriately called The Demon Spawn is on the crazy side, so when she found an even more eccentric puss’s You-Tube video she had to share it on her blog. 43 more words


Luciano Pavarotti [1935 - 2007]

It’s hard to believe it’s two years today since the world lost his wonderful voice!
Pavarotti was without doubt one of the finest operatic singers of his generation, and one of the all time greats. 12 more words