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  1. Hi Everyone

    It is very sad in this age of the Pandemic that so many scams are about. I have had to reluctantly stop my contact page on my website because I was constantly getting scam emails. So, if anyone wants to sign up for my monthly newsletter, please contact me on Twitter or Facebook.

    I cannot understand why these awful people feel it is alright to target innocent people for greed. Because that is what it is all about, money.

    I had a phone call very recently which turned out to be genuine, but the hassle to prove it took quite some time to verify. We are all wary of giving too much information over the telephone, but it is wise to check before you agree to anything, especially if money is being asked for.  

    I ask you to be vigilant and take care not to be sucked into any of the scams going around. These people have no heart.

    Most of us though do have heart, and we take care of each other, we take care of our families who mean the world to us.

    That is all you can do really. Spread joy and love to one another. We can start to hug our children and grandchildren soon. Hugging friends and smiling without a mask on will be marvellous.

    Taking lunch and coffee indoors. We can look forward to such a lot of simple pleasures we have been missing. So, celebrate in all the simplicity of loving one another and being together.

    Love and light

    Pam

     

  2. The little verse about Family on the first page of my website is so important for us all currently. Coming through this pandemic, losing friends and family, being lonely at times because for my safety, people can’t come in and have a cuppa with me.

    I know this will resonate with so many people. But we are surviving and lots of us are coming out the other end. The vaccine has helped stem the spread of this terrible disease and we are all wanting to come out of the darkness into the brilliant sunshine!

    The world has been affected by this, which you would think that it would be a time for us all to be comrades fighting this disease together. Instead, it seems there is still conflict and wars. We all belong to one another. We should stand together nation by nation to bring about a survival of this pandemic, not bickering and pointing fingers.

    Has this last year not taught us that to survive we must learn tolerance and patience? Waiting for the vaccine to be approved was hard, but the rollout has been exceptional.

    Let us learn from this terrible year. Let us go forward and make changes to our thoughts about each other. You never know what goes on in another’s life until you have walked in their shoes. Be tolerant and patient but most of all let us bring about more love and light in all communities for the future.

    Be Safe

    Love and light

    Pam