I remember being a young girl (of about 8 or 9) and watching TV where a nice looking man (he always was nice looking) was singing his heart out. I liked him right from the start. He sang well and was as I said before good looking. I remember hoping that he would do well in the competition he was in.
Little did I know then that this young man would go on to be as successful as he was during his short life time. He wooed many with his excellent performances on stage. He was the Phantom for many many years.
This morning he died. I will long remember this lovely talented man.
For more info about Rob http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rob_Guest
I have blogged and emailed Melissa for sometime now. Shes a wonderful friend even though I have never met her.
Its her birthday. It would be neat if you popped over and said
to her. You can find her here 🙂
This morning this arrived in the post from the birthday girl for me 🙂
Have a lovely day
Im going to quiet on here for the next 40 hours. From right now 8pm Friday night New Zealand time until 12 noon Sunday I am not allowed to have any use of my
all about the famine
George Mathew Adams
Let us remember that the Christmas heart is a giving heart, a wide open heart that thinks of others first. The birth of the baby Jesus stands as the most significant event in all history, because it has meant the pouring into a sick world of the healing medicine of love which has transformed all manner of hearts for almost two thousand years. Underneath all the bulging bundles is this beating Christmas heart.
thanks my supportive friends for your comments last night
Although it was bad here and I hated it!!!! We are some 3 hours away from Gisbourne and apparently it was offshore (or it would have been worse arrrrrrrrr)
Today my thoughts and prayers are with the people of Gisbourne
Here is what they went through
So really Im ok 🙂
I dont know if I could have coped with the 1931 earthquake here in the Bay. Last nights one was only 1 point less than the 1931 one.
I hate earthquakes!!!!
We have just had one it lasted several minutes I was praying aloud for it to stop
It was felt all over the lower north half of New Zealand and in Christchurch
Nothing fell off the shelves
My feet are still tingling (I get this feeling in them when Im scared of things like heights)
Mr Wonderful arrived home just after it and I burst into tear all over him
heres a news report I found about it
Ive been blessed by several people this week
Bridget gave me these
The Blog Buddies Award:
and “It’s A Major Award”
Then I also got these awards from both Jenny and
The second one your a “tough blogger who is true to your self.”thanks girls 🙂
I would like to pass all of these on to
Kay in PA
You are all very supportive friends. I really wondered whether I should post my thoughts on Discipline the other day. You guys all embraced and shared your thoughts andd support as well. Thanks. I was also indirectly help someone discipline in a better way without anger being involved. When one disciplines in anger thats when its easy to lose control. One should always cool down (if necessary) before discipling.
I also got a if you want to read it its here
Joe the author is cool. He has a great sense of humor and makes me smile and has been known to have me in stitches of laughter. Thanks buddy
The other thing that made me wake up
is today is the day before Mr Wonderful and I and our boys move into our new house. I dont know if Ill be anywhere near my computer tomorrow morning so Im posting this today. I am positive this move will be good for all of us. The boys love Mr Wonderful and it will be good for them to have him around all the time. There will be no more goodbyes. You all know how I feel about my new home too. Cant wait to share photos with you. If I dont post again till Monday be good be safe and be happy. I am!! Blessings to you all.
One last thing
I have just completed the National Blog Posting Month challenge. During the month of November we had to post something everyday. I did it!!