In the light of my last, it amused me to think of the work of this local hand being performed by orchestra and chorus a couple of millennia down the line.

I am feeling better today.

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  1. HEY KATE –glad you are having a better day– neat leaf figures –look like they have been blown in with the wind — don’t get the ginger bit , as some others will need to google this — hard to have those horrible days of last week – think there’s nothing worse than when your brain is overloaded and won’t work

    – good to see you out enjoying the autumn — we may have had our last warm day today — was 14 degrees c here in Mississauga Ont , and by this evn down to 4 degrees

    ———-TAKE CARE — TALK SOON —PAT J

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  2. As a Ginger (do we get capital ‘G’s’ now?), I find the thought of slurs against my kind immortalized in serious musical compositions to be very amusing. I must say though, I’ve never heard of a gimp. Off to Urban Dictionary I go!

    Glad you’re feeling better – your blog truly is an inspiration to me :)
    Kate from Nova Scotia

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  3. Ginger Tramp! Now there’s a colloquial insult one can love……..!

    I’ll have to tell my Lake District partner about that one – he doesn’t understand why we Australians don’t feel the same way about gingers, so he’ll love this wee campaign against Graeme..!

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  4. Glad that you feel better now!

    Owl Sweater in local Chinese (Cantonese) is 貓頭鷹毛衣 (Mao Tou Ying mou yi). I have to check with my son to see if he has that magazine.

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  5. So glad you are feeling better…I got a good chuckle out of your last *cranky* post though…LOL!
    :o)
    Ginger tramp….is that a Scottish thing? Best go educate myself!!! Google, here I come!

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