Reasons to be cheerfull


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I have just come back , having spent the last week in London with an old
friend. The weather stayed dry and fine and we managed to cram a lot in the

Long walks in Richmond park, where autumn colours are stealing the show from the late summer Dahlias
and other flowers. Deer roam freely and it is an oasis of calm in the chaotic


We went to the cinema, the art gallery and the museums and
also met up with other friends. We laughed a lot, and ate and drank a lot. And
I have put on two pounds in weight! Grrrrrrr.


So am feeling quite cheerful.


But there are other reasons for us to be cheerful too, here
is a list of few of them, and may be you will tell me yours.


Shane has written a blog, explaining the “moderation”!


It has stopped raining.


The Milan fashion show has a plus size model.


Greed is going out of fashion. The Chancellor has said that
he will curb “un-necessary risk taking” in the city.


Petrol is getting cheaper.


We have got rid of the worst spammers!


The MT site is now truly up and running and we all have got used
to it!


I have met about five bloggers from here so far, and have
found them to be as I have imagined them to be. Clever, funny and charming. I couldn’t
have done this, had I not joined MT!


My roses are flowering again. And there has been plenty of



Now tell me about your reasons, personal or otherwise ;for
being cheerful.


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