Margaret Thatcher died on Monday at the age of 87. For most of you on this side of the pond it's nothing; however for those of us whom either live or lived in Great Britain her passing will evoke some sort of feeling. For some it will be a case of good riddance, for others it will be great sadness at hearing of her passing.
She was a politician who you either loved or hated, I don't think there was an in between with her? Regardless she changed the way things were done in Great Britain whether for the good or the bad. I am guessing an awful lot of British blogs will be talking about this, all voicing difference of opinions.
I normally don't dip my toes into the political or religious arena, but couldn't let this pass by without saying something. She is likely to have a full ceremonial funeral like the Queen Mother had, and if you want to read more about her life and times, please click on this link. From the news report her last few years of life were probably lonely. She had a good inning's as they say and I am quite sure she is looking down on us smiling and saying I did a good job.
God Bless Margaret Thatcher; rest in peace.
I never win anything but I did win a pair of tickets for the Green Living Show this coming weekend. Really looking forward to it. We went to the Orangeville Home and Garden Show this past weekend. That was actually not a bad show got lots of info. It is also Alliston Home and Garden show this coming weekend. We had hoped to pop into that as well if we have time. I enjoy these local shows as they are familiar with your areas needs and nuances.
Then on the weekend of the 20th of April is Creemore's Home and Garden Show want to go to that as well. If you haven't guessed I love going to Home Shows!!!