Day 1808: Here, here

I was going to title today’s post “What’s in Store” …

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… but I’ve already used that title, almost exactly a year ago.  Where is that “What’s in Store” blog post?  Here.

I was going to title today’s blog post “Lost and Found” …

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… but I’ve already used that title, almost four years ago.  Where is that “Lost and Found” blog post?  Here.

Why did I title today’s post “Here, Here”? Here are some reasons:

  • I’ve never used that title before.
  • I’m here.
  • You’re here.
  • People here say “Hear, Hear” to express whole-hearted agreement.
  • I’m in whole-hearted agreement with yesterday’s special election here, here in the United States.

Here, here are all my other photos from yesterday:

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Here, here is a song to celebrate Frank Sinatra‘s birthday.

 

Fairy tales can come true

It can happen to you

If you’re young at heart.

Here is the best part

You have a head start

If you are among the very young at heart.

 

Here is the best part. I’m grateful to all who are here, here and now.

 

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14 thoughts on “Day 1808: Here, here

  1. So very well said, that Francis Albert and you, Ann. Hear, hear to Here, here.

  2. Well Ann, I’m feeling “Not Here Nor There” https://ivors20.wordpress.com/2017/07/17/not-here-nor-there/

  3. I see you found your way. So did he:

  4. You know what is odd? When I clicked on the link to your post from four years ago, it took me to a post from a year ago, between your surgeries. I returned to today’s post and the timeline didn’t make sense. So I clicked on the link again and it took me to the post you had intended. I can’t figure out what happened.

    But, if I was lost, then now I am found. We are both here, here. 🙂

  5. I haven’t been around lately and have missed your wit! What is that bowl of red stuff? Looks intriguing!

  6. With good reason many of my friends are fond of the saying, “No matter where you go there you are.” It’s a wonderful way of reminding ourselves that here is a very good place to be.

  7. Who knows what’s in store without investigating to find out

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