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Good Bye

Continuing my theme of people dying, this has been a busy week. I had two funerals to play the organ for and each had its own challenges. One of the...

Brenda

Brenda has been my bridge partner for the last 13 years or so. We are about the same age, and level of ability, but our friendship has been very...

Beth Tree and the Elgars 11

1908 One of Sir Edward's passions had nothingwhatsoever to do with music. He loved to experiment with chemicalsand to do practical things with the...

Beth Tree and the Elgars 10

1906 Although this has little to do with the Elgars, I want to mention what was happening in the politics of Worcester. The nation was full of the...
Cherry

50 Years Ago Today

July 31, 1967 It' was already hot at 6 a.m. when I woke up. This would be the last time, I thought, that I would be sharing a bed with my sister,...

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108 of my comments have received 109 Great Feedback votes

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Hi Bee

Posted on Fri, 19 Dec 2014

Hi Bee

Another very good poem for your collection of work on abused women. Have you thought of publishing it as a group? Or getting in touch with someone who would have contact with a woman's shelter who possibly publishes a newsletter or...

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Posted in Dark Ages

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Hi Elsie

Posted on Sun, 20 Aug 2017

Hi Elsie

This was a very interesting and emotional story about you and your family, and death and relatives and London. I found it very moving. I like the idea of giving roses or trees or something living to remember people who have died....

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Posted in Outcomes of my Dad's recent Funeral in London

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Wed, 17 May 2017

Hi Rhiannon

I really like this. Sunset is my favourite time of the day, but you made a good case for sunrise too.

Jean

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Posted in Swallowed up?

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Tue, 09 May 2017

Hi Rhiannon

This is great. I like the quotes, and how you expand and interpret them.

And so true.

Jean

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Posted in A stitch in time …

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Sun, 30 Oct 2016

Hi Rhiannon

I see the choice of commenting directly have been taken away and replaced with a like.  Anyway, I do like it and sang it through to the tune, which worked well.

Jean

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Posted in Uniquely Important

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Sun, 23 Oct 2016

Hi Rhiannon

I like this hymn, and the way it mentions history for evidence.

Jean

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Posted in Absurd?

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Tue, 18 Oct 2016

Hi Rhiannon

I like this one because I have done lots of research on Wilberforce when I was writing m book about Liverpool.

Jean

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Posted in 3) William Wilberforce

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Thu, 13 Oct 2016

Hi Rhiannon

This is a lovely little poem. I do like the colours of autumn, and look forward to the pretty trees, which are just starting to show their colours around here.

Jean

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Posted in Autumn Tingeing

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Tue, 04 Oct 2016

Hi Rhiannon

Good poem, and certainly something that a polititian should aspire to. I had good help from my local councillor over my badger problem, which seems now to have gone away - and also got a letter from my MP when our senior...

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Posted in Job description

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Hi Rhiannon

Posted on Fri, 26 Aug 2016

Hi Rhiannon

You have a way with making you few words be very meaningful and appropriate ones, and giving us a lovely picture of your area.

Jean

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Posted in Shady Skenfrith

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