Thursday, 23 April 2009

St George, we Salute you!

I know that this isn't the Cross of St George, it is a symbol of the Union flag and that's fine by me. The older I get, the more patriotic I become. I'm more than happy to have a day dedicated to the dragon slaying patron saint of England - proud even. This tea-tray and the other bits of patriotic memorabilia we display from time to time make me smile. Despite everything, I'm happy to be an English child of the world. I hopei f you celebrate, you're all having a nice traditional supper. We had Pizza made with Nan Bread. Told you, child of the world, me!


stephanie said...

Oh my you had me LOL over a typical day. :)

Ginny said...

I know what you mean about patriotism...youngest DS is in army cadets and last year I had to attend several Anzac Day services...I must admit they were a LOT more mmoving than if I had gone several years ago..brought a tear to my eye (especially dawn service) I'll probably be blubbering again tomorrow...he is in the BIG parade at Sydney this year!

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