Mr. Paul Curran has been found!

Oh! Thank Goodness! Mark Bialczak and Cordelia’s Mum Our Linda found him!!

If you read Mr. Mark Bialczak’s post yesterday, or if you came across one of the numerous reblogs of that post, you’ll know we were missing our favourite guest poster and frequent commenter, Paul Curran. Well. I happened to be going to Ottawa today for an appointment and another blogger happened to have Paul’s address so I went and knocked on his front door. And guess what? He was there!

As it turns out he had an infection that caused complications and he was hospitalized for two weeks. Then he got home to find that his modem had blown up, so he’s been without the Internet. He seemed a little flabbergasted to find that all of WordPress was missing him and he asked me to extend his apologies for causing everyone to worry and to let you all know he appreciates that we were thinking of him. It must…

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Tale of two cities …………..

RomeThe  siren’s  of  the police car, ambulance  and  fire engine

Soundtrack of  the  city of Colosseum and  Column  of Trajan

Above  the  noise  and  tumult  history  is  screaming  to be heard

Yet  well shod  feet  and  fashion bodies  hear  not  a  single  word.

 

The  River  wends its  way past  the  Eye and  Big Ben

Towers, White  and  Bloody, a gate  receives Traitors  again

Bridges, parks  and monuments  down Pudding lane

Ghosts and  memories  cry  to be  seen again.

 

london

 

 

 

3 Day 3 Quote Challenge. Day three

Thank you to  Like Mercury  Colliding for nominating me for the

Here are  my third  and  finale   days quotes .

Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same.

Ronald Reagan yes  Ronald Reagan.

I extend the invitation to join this challenge to:

Lisa

Brenda 

Mark

If you three would like to join me, please post a quote a day and nominate three other  bloggers for three days. And…it’s okay if you don’t have the time. You may graciously decline. No pressure.

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