A Thanks And A Royally Kind Wrap-Up

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Thank you so much for all your kind comments on my Royally Kind post.

Incidentally, I was visiting my mom when it all happened. And ever since finding out my late friend's connection to the place - that he had lived, loved, lost and died there - I always get extremely emotional whenever I'm around those parts and he's constantly on my mind while I'm there. How strange that the whole Facebook thing with his friend/colleague coincided with my visit to the area...

On a lighter note: As you know, the Royally Kind event was a collective effort of global proportions, masterminded by the Queen (well, Duchess, but for the sake of alliteration, I'm promoting her to Queen) of Kindness herself.

A few days after some of the other girls and I had posted our acts of kindness, the other group posted theirs. I was supposed to link to it on the day, and I'm so sorry that I didn't get to it on time (so typical of me!). Anyway, in a lame attempt to make up for my tardiness, I have waded through their archives (lovely blogs, all of them, so it was such a treat) in an attempt to track down the relevant posts and link directly to it.

Follow this link and join the lovely, jet-setting Res (who has just finished writing the second - and hopefully final - draft of her novel!!!!!! WOW!) as she wittily recounts how she kindly came to the rescue of a hopelessly lost tourist while on her way to Brussels. Go on!

The other Royally Kind post I managed to track down was Bianca's, involving her nice RAK (Royal Act of Kindness, ye dirty minded beasts!) and a visually impaired gentleman. Check it out here.

Other ladies in group two were Caroline, Sharalee, Linda, Sasha, and Jennifer.

Thanks again, Jill, for including me in the event.

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Happy Birthday Red!

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