Category Archives: Reflections

Regulat postings to reflect our life wherever it has been lived.

Good things……

Good things can start anytime, so I’m starting this blog today. Perhaps my notes will turn out to be rather good not like the weather which is a little “Decemberish” if you know what I mean. Things have turned in … Continue reading

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James’ birthday cake

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I’ve moved to Nocton Lincolnshire

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The Halloween it does come upon us suddenly

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Two generations

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Meet Mitch Albom………

Dear David Vernon Goddard, I work with Mitch Albom on his new website, and noticed that you recently wrote about Mitch and his work on your blog. So I thought you might be interested to know that we just launched … Continue reading

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Fiction & Nurturing Souls!!!

Fiction nurtures the soul – a must for even hard-hearted politiciansChris BowenMarch 11, 2009 Page 1 of 2 Single Page View A prominent federal politician recently boasted he hadn’t read a fiction book since he left school.Now, while my personal … Continue reading

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Rebecca puts Birmingham on the map…..

Birmingham schoogirl’s short story selected for national publication Mar 10 2009 by Tony Collins, Birmingham MailSCHOOLGIRL Rebecca Hardy is used to telling stories. And now, the 13-year-old from Bartley Green has made it into print after having one of her … Continue reading

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March Meeting of the Book Club…..

Next Book will be “Snow Falling on Cedars” Remember New venue to be confirmed by Pat and a different time. 20th March in the afternoon!!!!

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Take it Seriously!!!!!!!!!

Taking a Depression SeriouslyBy DAVID BROOKSPublished: March 9, 2009 The Democratic response to the economic crisis has its problems, but let’s face it, the current Republican response is totally misguided. The House minority leader, John Boehner, has called for a … Continue reading

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Spain’s depressed!!!

Clear signs of global depression: Spanish ministerTue Mar 10, 2009 6:45am EDT MADRID (Reuters) – There are clear signs of a global economic depression , Spanish Industry Minister Miguel Sebastian said on Tuesday.The global financial crisis has caused a generalized … Continue reading

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No recovery in GLOBAL housing markets

Speedy recovery in global housing markets unlikely The collapse of the world’s housing markets is still accelerating according to the Global Property Guide’s latest survey with only Germany and Switzerland achieving a positive momentum in 2008. Many house-price falls during … Continue reading

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Britain’s Dope Inc……A study.

EIR Releases New Study on`Britain’s Dope, Inc.:Marker for Humanity’s New Dark Age’ March 2, 2009 (EIRNS) —For the first time in 13 years, Executive Intelligence Review magazine has released a new indepth study of the status of the deadly global … Continue reading

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42 Science & Technology EIR July 25, 2008 The Alarmist ‘Science’Behind Global Warming Lord Nigel Lawson, Britain’s Chancellor of the Exchequer during theThatcher years and author of Appeal to Reason: A Cool Look atGlobal Warming, was interviewed by Gregory Murphy … Continue reading

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Too many people on the bus!!! Move on down please!!!!

Steve Connor: Are there any more seats left on top? Science Notebook: My argument would be that over-population is an amplifier of existing problems Tuesday, 10 March 2009 I found myself in an expensive Mayfair restaurant the other day with … Continue reading

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Are Skeptics allowed in?

Global-Warming Skeptics Raise A Storm In New York“Human contribution is small, probably not zero, and it’s small compared to these other factors which we cannot change,” said one conference participant.March 10, 2009 By Nikola KrastevNEW YORK — These are tough … Continue reading

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Subprime Eastern Europe to Bankrupt Western European Banks :: The Market Oracle :: Financial Markets Analysis & Forecasting Free Website

Subprime Eastern Europe to Bankrupt Western European Banks :: The Market Oracle :: Financial Markets Analysis & Forecasting Free Website

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House prices continue to fall in February | Money | guardian.co.uk

House prices continue to fall in February Money guardian.co.uk

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House prices fall record 17.7 percent on year in February | UK | Reuters

House prices fall record 17.7 percent on year in February UK Reuters

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House prices fall to April 2004 levels – Telegraph

House prices fall to April 2004 levels – Telegraph

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