I am a British born, living in Canada since May of 1989.
My blog is about all aspects of my daily life.
I remember! :o)Hope your day gets better!Blessins',Lib
well here`s hoping you have a better day tomorrow ! xx
Oh, I so know how you feel, Gill.this weather is awful, this week is never-ending and we have water in the basement!!Jackie
It is pretty bad in the world, isn't it. I'm thanking my lucky stars that I don't live in danger of earthquakes and the like.
Signed on to email this morning and discovered the quake in Japan. We have friends there. We were all used to the tremors, but this sounds awful. Please pray for Donna, Kevin, and their four kids. . . . . Don't let the doom and gloom get to you. We've read the last book in The Book. We know how the story ends. Love, Liz
Just wanted to say Hi.Anne
It seems to be getting worse all the time.I hope the sun comes out soon for you, it will make you feel better Im sure.take care
Many many hugs Gill. xFee/Somerset
There's always some sunshine beyond that gloom! Ever taken a plane flight on a dreary, overcast day? Isn't it amazing when your plane breaks through the cloud into beaming sunlight?
I know what happened is awful, there are so many lives lost, but I can't help being relieved that all this happened now and not in two months when my Sweetheart would have been in Japan!
At least we don't live in Japan! I just cannot imagine living through that.
:( It's very sad what's happening right now, but I figure i've found when things are looking pretty gloomy counting your blessings will always make you thankful for what you have.
*hugs* Gill, yes things look rather blue and gloomy, though looking for the things that make a smile, remembering a joyful moment ( or 2!), brings a less heavy heart :)so chin up girl!!
I know how you feel. Haven't felt like blogging for awhile. Maybe today I'll try a new post.The devastating in Japan and around us is very depressing and heartbreaking.
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