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'Jack Frost!!'
(Archived on Friday - January - 07/01/2022 )

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  Photo was taken during the week at Altamount, Millstreet, Co.Cork (Irl)  
A bitterly cold night with a hard frost during the week transformed the landscape in the garden. December was the mildest on record in Ireland, so in a way it is good to return to what we should be getting at this time of year

On This Day
On Jan 7th 1999 President Bill Clinton's impeachment trial began in the US Senate after the House voted to impeach him for lying about his affair with Monica Lewinsky
On Jan 7th 2018 Sydney in Australia has its hottest day for 80 years with a temperature of 47.3 degrees

Birthday's Today
Lewis Hamilton (Formula 1 Driver) is 37
Kenny Loggins (Singer and famous for the song Footloose) is 74
Nicolas Cage (Actor) is 58

Interesting Quote for Today
"In this life we cannot do great things. We can only do small things with great love." ~ Mother Teresa

Saint For Today: Saint Raymond

Significane of today Christmas as we know is celebrated on December 25th but some Orthodox Christians particularly in Russia, will celebrate it today January 7th.

Did You Know: The opposite sides of a dice always add up to 7

My Latest Video It is called 'The Three Wise Men Teach Us Many Things' https://youtu.be/RwmpodQ9N3g (Just copy and paste Tks!)


Thought on Friday - January - 07/01/2022

Thought For The Week

Yesterday we celebrated the Feast of the Epiphany. The story of the wise men is fascinating. Like a jigsaw we only have a few of the pieces but we can still put together a very interesting picture of their story. The Epiphany is celebrated all over the world and yet their feast day (January 6th) comes at a time when most people are taking down their Christmas decorations!

Yes we know some bits about their story and there is also so much more we don't know too. This adds to the mystery of the Magi and the reason why of their visit. I admire their sense of adventure, determination, courage, bravery and their willingness to take a risk.

I am fully convinced their story has a message for all of us too especially during these difficult and challenging times that is Covid 19. They remind us that light is always stronger than darkness and to never give up when life gets challenging. They went home by a different route reminding us that it's good to try something different too in life, whatever that may be for us.

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