SAY A BIG “THANK YOU” TODAY ON INTERNATIONAL #NURSE & MIDWIFE DAY…

Originally posted on BACK PAIN BLOG UK…:
There could not be a more fitting tribute to all the #Nurses in the world today on International #Nurse & Midwife Day. A big “Thank You” is what they have asked for and I am sure from the bottom of all our hearts we cannot “Thank You” enough…

Charles Upham presented with first Victoria Cross

Sir Charles Upham VC & Bar Charles Upham presented with first Victoria Cross 11 May 1945 Charles Upham (centre) with members of his platoon (Alexander Turnbull Library, DA-02108) New Zealand’s most-decorated soldier, Charles Upham, received the first of his two VCs – for outstanding gallantry and leadership during the Battle of Crete in 1941 –Continue reading “Charles Upham presented with first Victoria Cross”

Tony Wilding – NZ’s greatest ever tennis player killed in battle in 1915…

Kiwi Wimbledon champ killed in battle 9 May 1915 Anthony Wilding, c. 1910 (Alexander Turnbull Library, MNZ-0971-1/4-F) Canterbury-born Anthony Wilding was one of the stars of tennis in the decade before the First World War. The ‘dashing New Zealander’ had ‘female spectators swooning’ at the ‘manly brand of tennis’ which saw him win four successiveContinue reading “Tony Wilding – NZ’s greatest ever tennis player killed in battle in 1915…”

The Earth is quiet – with a lowering of seismic activity – Where are our minds?

Originally posted on My Life as an Artist (2):
Scientists can now demonstrate how the earth is a much quieter gentler place since lock down.       We can now see that the cumulative vibrations from cars, trains, planes, factories and much more have be quietened – the Earth is still.    Mother Nature is…

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