The bad news is that my, well Hugh's Facebook account that I use, has been hacked, seemingly I have made odd comments and there is something called US-AID that I might be raving on about.
Two friends have contacted me, thanks so much for the alert,
and I am guessing you both realised it was NOT the real me.
That isn't me, so in my own Instagram and Hugh's Facebook and anywhere else that I might post or comment, if you are not absolutely sure it is the real me, do not reply, or if there is a link, leave it and delete immediately.
I have changed passwords, and am sure my side is safe and secure.
I an so sorry if anyone has received a message, believing it was from me, one friend wondered what got me so agitated!!!!! Maybe the words, " Raving on about" were used.
Meantime here is a photo from TeHihi Primary School, 1952, Standard 6, now called Form 2, the last year before High School. At least 3 of my friends have passed away, we were a happy bunch of pupils, life was safe, family homes were happy and secure, no mad cars, just a push bike or horse to get to school.
And with the 5th November this week, I remember our Guy Fawkes night there, a huge bonfire in the school horse paddock ( there were at least 6 horses, some with 2 on the back, one saddle, one bareback maybe ), families arrived after milking the cows and dinner was finished, the fire was lit, and we were given sparklers. Now, I look back and realise what a fun, safe, and least expensive event this was for the 100 pupils and their families. I guess you can find me there in the photo .
May, Carol, and Barry, your laughter will always be in our memories.
So the quotation for today should no doubt be
" If you are in doubt, leave it alone, and remember happy days of yesteryears"
Greetings from Jean.
p.s. Ginger Boy Boris has found a different smell at the letterbox, and for the first time ever, jumped up and sat there tonight, trying to see if the slot at the front for the letters was large enough for a paw, or, worse still, his head to poke in and have a look. Needless to say he was hurried away immediately.