|Brian Gower from Wales (#47293179)|
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I am 66 and retired from prison service administration. My interests are reading - history, biography, New Age, travel, novels - football (both soccer and rugby ), museums, galleries, travel when I can afford it and genealogy which I find absolutely absorbing, and I have been fortunate to find my grand uncle John Roberts' family in Wisner, Cuming County, Nebraska and most of his descendants, and received clear photos from Findagrave.com of John and wife Annie's grave as well their children artillery veteran Walter John Roberts and little Adeline who died at just 8 years of age, which brings us all closer despite the long distance. My thanks and appreciation to the wonderful photo volunteer "hammered13" for her time and generous response. My current search is for John's brother David, who emigrated in March 1906. My thanks also to the wonderful people that visit my mother Mair's memorial despite my being away from here for most of the time. Remarkable.|
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|purple-lady||* Greetings Brian *|
Hello Brian, so glad to hear from you and that all is well. Yes, things are so much better now, still have to get new glasses & that was to be expected. Guess I would feel lost without them.
Will talk later my friend and may your days be blessed.
|purple-lady||* Happy Eater *|
Hi Brian, stopping by to wish you peace, love & happiness this Easter and always. Have a great day.
BTW. have completed cataract surgery both eyes and "I can see clearly now". However, will still have to wear glasses for reading. The Doctor was hoping that this surgery would correct my 'Fuchs Disease', but it hasn't. But I am glad that I had it done & it's finally over.
Take care Brian & may all your days be blessed.
Hi Brian, thanks ever-so-much! Not suppose to strain my eye with computer work as of yet, but wanted to check in for a little bit & at least try to do special days with one eye. All went splendidly. When reading UR MSG about UR surgery last year & the after-taste of the anesthetic, maybe that was my experience when I got home Wednesday, just never connected the two, as they don't put you to sleep for cataracts, just give you enough so that you are relaxed. However, the feeling was gone the next day. It was nice to hear from you, as always.
|purple-lady||2013 Xmas Blessings - 2014 Happy New Year *|
Hello Brian, sending "Happy Thoughts' your way and wish you well on Christmas Day. May your 2014 New Year be filled with Love, Laughter, Prosperity.
________________To Wish You
______________And Also, A Happy
_____________New Year To You For
____________2014... I Hope The New
___________Year Brings You Loads Of
__________Happiness And Lots Of Fun.
_________I Hope You Have A Nice Day On
________Christmas Day, Filled With Lots Of
_______Angel Time.......And Of Course Eating
______Lots Of Nice Foods, And Candies. I Hope
_____That Santa Is Good To You As Well And He
___Brings You Loads Of Presents On Christmas Day
|Rosie♥Mooch||RE: My mother Mair's memorial.|
You are very welcome. It is always a pleasure to visit your sweet mother. Rosie
|purple-lady||RE: My mother Mair Gower's memorial|
Hello Brian, how great to hear from you, since we haven't touched bases for quite some time. Glad to know that all is going well with you. It is always my honor to visit your 'Mam' and I do whenever I get the chance.
Best regards and may the rest of the week be a pleasant adventure for you.
|Rosie♥Mooch||RE: Mairwen Bowen Gower|
You are very welcome! Rosie
|Em||Gen. Robert E. Lee posting|
Brian, Thank you so much for your kind comments on my post. Sorry it took me so long to realize that I owe you a note. Always wanted to see your part of the world, as I have Irish, English, and Welsh in my background, although I fear I have waited too late to begin visiting faraway places. I hope this finds you happy and well, and best wishes for a Merry Christmas to you and your family.
Added by Em on Dec 22, 2011 10:21 PM
|Iemanja||RE: GREETINGS FROM SOUTH WALES|
Thank You and have a good day!
Added by Iemanja on Jun 19, 2011 4:25 AM
|juergen mayer||RE: POPE BENEDICT XVI|
thank you. I agree about birth after these times. Bus as "young" German - unless I`m proud about Germany and the best in its history - I do never forget who began WW 2 (Stauffenberg thougt that it had be done because (!) he was a German patriot).
And for me as German its the message from history: never to tolerate the untolerable. If we himself had stopped "him" (you know - I don´t want, that a message is stopped again, this is silly and kinky here) before 1933, nobody had to die in a worldwar. In a different sight I look on WW 1 - I think, that not only Germany and its partners were responsible for it.
"Never tolerate the untolerable". This is the reason for what I wrote about Islamism. The problem in Germany and with the Gerrmans is, that they are walking from one extreme to another. First the things we know after 1933 (NOT only after 1939!) and today - sorry - we tolerate ALL because of false reception of history. Or not learning about. We tolerate this people who, at first, when they ever would come into power, will end our freedom to think, write, communicate etc. This had to be the lection especially for a German, I think. What do you think about?
I would be pleased, if you send a postcard from Cornwall to: Mr. Jürgen Mayer, Scillawaldstrasse 37, D-70378 Stuttgart, Germany.
I left a flower for Audrey Hepburn. The most beautiful lady and impressive in al ways.
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