39 thoughts on “For all of my world-wide friends – Know, you are never alone!

    • Hi Roxi. Thanks I made some just the other day, and of course you knew! 🙂 Sawyer is with her brother in cat heaven (as of last winter). Emma has another companion now. A, mostly black kitten, called Plato. It was a hard time for her when Sawyer died, as you know Sawyer had been her comforter when her Dad died, but Plato has helped Emma along! He’s quite the character and growing really fast too! 🙂 xxx

  1. Thank you somuchfor this. On a day when arthritic pain is truly getting me down, these were heartwarming words and lovely sentiments to read, a virtual hug from miles away that I really needed today. x x

    • Oh Sally I’m so sorry to hear about your bout of pain! If I’m not being presumptuous here, I’m sending you a huge extra dose of love and healing energy. May your pain improve soonest, my dear friend. You will be in my thoughts and prayers as well, do take care of you! Thank you for the virtual hug am sending one back to you too! xx

    • Hey there my favorite Wolfie. Europe sounds wonderful and thank you for your love, returned in full. And speaking of full, a full moon just days away. Enjoy the night, I shall share with you it’s wonder ! 🙂 x

  2. Love you too P. Topical toon as well, what with the World Cup on our door step…and yes I did just make a noise like an overly over excited dolphin as you can imagine…just like when you have a new batch of cookies ready.

  3. I have always loved this song whether it is by K.D.Lang, Gerry and the Pacemakers or the Liverpool Football Team, it always makes me go cold.

    I like the message at the beginning. It is true 🙂

    • Hi favorite guy of mine! How’s Alastair doing this fine (let me see, time zones here,) evening where you are? Yes it is a tear jerker of a song indeed! I get shivers up my spine too. But in a good, but emotional way! 🙂 xo

      • It has much more poignance over here this year. It has been the anthem of Liverpool Football Club (proper football not your padded up like pansies stuff [hehe]) and this year is the anniversary of the “Hillsborough Disaster” 95 people were crushed when too many people were let in to a Liverpool match and they had nowhere to go but forward into the fence. Of course, everything became “cover-up” and politics.

        It is such a magnificent song though, and one of the few I will always belor out at the top of my voice

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