Tuesday, 1 February 2011

WEDNESDAY 2nd FEBRUARY 2011

THIS DAY IN WW2 (2.2.1941)
In East Africa... The British carrier Formidable, on her way to the Mediterranean to replace the damaged Illustrious, sends its planes to attack the harbor installations at Mogadishu.

In North Africa... The Australian forces have already advanced well to the west of Derna on the coast and are discovering that the Italians are withdrawing at speed. Wavel agrees with O'Connor that 7th Armored Division should be sent hurrying across the center of Cyrenaica in an attempt to cut the Italians off. Supplies are being assembled to support this move but because the Italian retreat is so rapid the advance will have to start before the preparations are complete.

TODAY IN MY LIFE
Some pause for breath after a very busy Tuesday! I have an article to write for the BEST OF BRADFORD and may get time over for some more work on my book.
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TODAY'S SELF-OBSERVATION
Feeling robust at the moment, coping well with occurrences that in the past would have ruined my day. In fact, I'm feeling very grateful for a current "purple patch". I intend to enjoy being "on a roll".

TODAY'S THOUGHT
One man's lighthearted quip is another's grievous insult

TODAY'S QUESTION FOR YOU
What will you do after you've got what you wanted?

TODAY'S ONELINER
Why do they lock public toilets? Are they afraid someone will clean them? : D

WHAT I ATE YESTERDAY
1 bowl of porridge, 1 can of lamb hotpot, 3 chocolate biscuits, 4 white chocolate mice, 1 peanut butter sandwich, 1 packet crisps, 1 pot fruit yoghurt - serious evening munchies!

TRIVIA
In 1989 Romanian Communist dictator Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife Elena became the last two people executed before the abolition of capital punishment in Romania in the following year.

TODAY'S AFFIRMATION
I have everything I need to get the best out of today!

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