Gratitude Rock 39

26 Jan

Leiza Alpass (Bristol, UK to Bahiyra, Wells, Somerset)

Hey Bahiyra, here is your gratitude rock.  Thank you for your contribution to me as a young child.  I remember fondly your interest in birds, wildlife and walking which rubbed off on me and remain a valued joy in my life today.   As I write this I am reminded of the time you taught me to play the ukulele in an evening so that I could play ‘ain’t she sweet’ in front of the school the next day – which I did!  Thank you for your love, kindness and patience. Love Leizax


2 Responses to “Gratitude Rock 39”

  1. Bahiya (aka Mike) January 31, 2012 at 1:04 pm #

    Dear Louise, I have forwarded Gratitude Rock 39 to thank you for all the warmth and love you have given me over so many years. You have been one of the few constants in my life and I am overwhelmed with admiration for all you have achieved. Thank you for always being there; for all the laughs as well as a few tears along the way – I wouldn’t have missed it for all the world. Much love, Dad xx

  2. Bahiya (aka Mike) January 31, 2012 at 12:58 pm #

    Dear Leiza, Thank you for Rock 39. I am filled with gratitude that you are back in my life once again after so may years and delighted to discover such a powerful spiritual side to your nature that I had not been aware of. Much love, Bahiya xx

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