Thursday, Friday … Castleday

My previous post on Wales was Split Shift.

Saturday, our eighth day, was also to be our last day of touring about Pembrokeshire.  When Deb came down in the morning the kitchen radio was on, just came on by itself.  I looked at it to turn if off and there was a push button on-off.  I pressed it and it came on louder.  Pressed it again, it went fainter, but not off.  Strange.   Course I’m the lady that automatic doors don’t work for.  Strange too is that I don’t even remember any of this, yet it was noted in my journal … in my handwriting … I’m really not good in the mornings.

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More Whispers

Floor tiles

St-David is the patron saint of Wales, born in what is now St-David’s in Pembrokeshire in west Wales. His place of birth and the cathedral built in his name became one of the most important shrines of medieval Christendom – two pilgrimages to St-David’s equaling one to Rome.[1]

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