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When I ask "Where Did You Get That?", invariably the person will wave just their forks in the direction of a queue.


Gratitude List 20/12/23

  1. I walked with my son Zach and Flo along the Thames, Starting from The Charing Cross Foot Bridge and ending at Borough Market. For the energy and spirit of The Thames: Thank You, Thank You, Thank You.

  2. It was more wonderful than words can say, to have this walk and catch up with Zach. He recently returned from Edinburgh for the holidays. For the privilege of having Zach in my life, deepest gratitude: Thank You, Thank You, Thank You.

  3. There is a memorial bench carved out of a tree on the South Bank inscribed to Conrad, Bruno and Max "The Thames carries her sons for ever". The story behind this is poignant. For love and for life, for the eternal:  Thank You, Thank You, Thank You.

  4. London's skyline always amazes me. For beauty, for the courage of architects and builders:  Thank You, Thank You, Thank You.

  5. We walked past the pub called 'The Swan'. Outside this exact patch Swan's floated on the Thames. They seemed to be ageless. I am sure that they have lived here for ever. For grace:  Thank You, Thank You, Thank You.

  6. The day bought me great happiness. For so long I have been working to improve my fitness and the length of my walks. We arrived in Borough Market and I had enough energy to look around. For strength:  Thank You, Thank You, Thank You.

  7. One of the things about Borough Market are the people who walk around eating amazing food out of containers. When I ask "Where Did You Get That?", invariably the person will wave just their forks in the direction of a queue. For discovery and for patience:  Thank You, Thank You, Thank You.

  8. I love the colour, passion and processes involved in creating and bringing the produce here. It is so eclectic. For magic:  Thank You, Thank You, Thank You.

  9. Flo and I took a bus back home to Holborn. Zach walked back alone. He was back before us. For walking more than 12,000 steps in nearly one go: Thank You, Thank You, Thank You.

  10. In the evening Josh shopped and then cooked supper. We had a childhood dish called 'tuna jacket potatoes and sweetcorn'. Tasted great to me. I was grateful of the nourishment of being cooked for. For the privilege of having Josh in my life, deepest gratitude: Thank You, Thank You, Thank You.

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