Recently, I have let you know about Orangeman's Day!
Hopefully, you realize that many family members who live in Northern Ireland... participate in Orangeman's Day!
Being there to visit family in the past... also helped me meet people that became friends.
Since I was shared a video about John Watt, I decided to share it with you!
Here is the vimeo.com video that is entitled, Our Generation: John Watt: https://vimeo.com/366960221?ref=fb-share&fbclid=IwAR31l3FKS5BM6bCKztip54kUAvKTHIL214PffgTR_0DkAB5jlCmQrdegxyY.
To me, it was lovely watching that video.
I was able to hear John Watt singing!
To me, it was nice hearing his conversation. And, it was nice seeing under the video... information about... John Watt.
Here is what was stated (I copied/pasted):
Liam Logan talks to 'The Singing Farmer' John Watt about his career in music and his time as a journalist for the Coleraine Chronicle
Why did I like it?
When my deceased husband was alive, Gordon and I visited family in N. Ireland... and John Watt joined us, took a picture of us all, posted it and wrote about us... on the newspaper!
Later, I received a copy of the picture and the newspaper issue,
However, I need to say that I have seen him many times! And, John did that again!
It was truly a blessing that he was kind.
Thinking about kindness, made me think about Psalm 31:21, "Blessed be the : for he hath shewed me his marvellous kindness in a strong city.".
Amen! Blessed be the : for he hath shewed me his marvellous kindness in a strong city.
Yes, He did show me marvellous kindness... especially since the first time I had ever been there, I didn't know I would see family... but I did.
He truly blessed me.
Thank You, Lord!
Until next time...
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