7 Jul, 2021

Three days ago ….

….. it was a significant day again: the 4th of July.

I was going to write about it but then decided not.  I was getting maudlin and couldn’t find the right tone.

That’s still the case but rather than let it go unrecorded I invite you to read again the 4 July blog entry last year.  Just click the amber.

As it says, that was the 95th blog entry, and I was feeling that I’d stop at the 100th.  For reference, today’s is the 226th.  Never thought that could happen.

4 Comments

  1. Very glad you kept going with it DP, a lot of people have taken a lot from it 👍

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    • “Hear hear” …….. or is it “Here here” whichever, 👏🏻 Oh ! ….. and Sweet Caroline 👏🏻

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  2. On a happier note, a couple who are neighbours – American wife and British husband – held an open-air barbecue on 4 July. I our restrained celebrations we at least recognised that things were better now under Biden than they had been under Trump.

    Anne and I have only been to the the O & C club once in recent weeks. We went about tea-time, and I can’t say the Club was lively. No doubt it will be wef 19 July.

    Keep blogging.

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    • Thank you Hooky. Fingers crossed something like normal life will return next week. I’ll certainly keep blogging while I can. And thank you for your other generous act. All very much appreciated.

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