Monday, 1 November 2010

Autumn at St. Wilfrid's




I wish all myblog readers
A vry Happy
Winters Nigh

4 comments:

  1. I love your Winters Night observation. I agree with what you said in your post and in your comment on my blog....we can't put Mother Nature in a little box on the calender. There have been years that we have had snow on Halloween and then other years it was too hot to even wear a jacket! Winter has tapped on the door here, but didn't stay. Winter is expected to come back later this week here, and this time it isn't just tapping on the door!

    Have a blessed Winters Night observation!

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  2. You know, seeing this post and others from those who visit graveyards at this time of year, it makes me rethink my feelings about cremation. Funerals, wakes and burial grounds are for the living, not the dead.

    I love the scrapbook - it's beautiful

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  3. Thanks everyone.

    Griselda - of course you can use the poem, I can't remember where I found it from myself now, it was along time ago, but I do love the words and message it contains.

    Aine - if you like graveyards keep checking back LOL cemetaries are one of my many hobbies and there will be more posted about them. I'm still trying to get sorted after the big blog change round I did.

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  4. I have nominated you for a blog award! http://wisewomanpath.blogspot.com/2010/11/random-stuff.html

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