Showing posts from December, 2015

W stands for Wishes and White

I love this time of the year when  friends and families gather together to wish each other a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Some cynics may say "Be careful what you wish for" But I am not a cynic and I truly believe there's nothing wrong with wishing. We all have dreams and aspirations....... So go on,  throw a coin in my Wishing Well,  and make three wishes....     Who knows? ......  they may just come true! My first most earnest wish is for World Peace. My second wish is for all those who suffer pain, whether it be mental or physical, that God will grant them relief. My third wish is for all the displaced people in the World , due to famine, floods or strife. I pray that the people of which ever land they settle in, will  warmly welcome themand help them rebuild their broken  lives.
Winter Wonderland. I'm dreaming of a WHITE Christmas Just like the ones we used to know,where the treetops glisten, and children listen, to hear sleigh bells in the snow I'…

U stands for Under,

Under Milk Dylan Thomas (1914-1953).Under Milk Wood  was regarded as the play for voices, it was a radio drama commissioned by the BBC and later adapted for stage and screen. Dylan Thomas was a famed poet and writer, also broadcaster. He was born in Swansea, South Wales.  Whilst Dylan Thomas was staying at New Quay, West Wales he went out early one morning, when the people of the town were sleeping, verses came to mind about the residents. The play was really a short story and initially  was called  'Quite Early One Morning', it was about a mythical village called 'Llareggub', if you reverse the letters it says 'bugger all'.  Llareggub was a typical Welsh village in South Wales, with terraced houses and one 'ty bach' (little house), and five cottages. In 'Early One Morning' there were lots of ideas and various interesting characters who would later be developed for 'Under Milkwood', they would come out and empty the slops out side …