Gratitude.

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Young people in one’s life are blessings in disguise.

I have many and some are very actively involved in reminding me of that wisdom.

One of the latter is young Pravin who has decided to become my reminder service. He pointed out that my “About” page was outdated and needed updating, primarily pointing out that I was understating my age.

Pravin, I have now updated that page. Thank you.

It however is a matter of some interest to me as to what made you go to that page and find out the anomalies. You can either comment in this post which would share your motivation with my other readers or if you would rather that it remained between the two of us, reply by mail. If you do the latter, I reserve the right to share the motivation with my readers with any editing that may be necessary.

Thank you once again Parvin.

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8 Responses to Gratitude.

  1. It sounds as if he’s a very polite young man. You are indeed blessed. 🙂
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    • Rummuser says:

      He is not only polite, he is one of the most intelligent that I have met and it is a challenge to keep up to his incisive curiosity.

  2. Grannymar says:

    We all need young people around us to keep us young.

    Now all you need is to update the “gravatar” photo, and ditch the ‘braces holding up your trousers’ look 😉 I do realise they are the shoulder straps of your backpack.
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    • Rummuser says:

      Anything to oblige Grannymar. Unfortunately, no matter which photograph I use, my age cannot be hidden from view, but I have tried.

  3. Val says:

    Of course that made me look at your About page! And how old is Pravin?
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  4. Maxi says:

    Sounds as if Pravin keeps you on your toes, Rummy.
    Blessings ~ Maxi
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