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Re: HM Queen Elizabeth II
Edited by Dave on September 12, 2022, 12:57 pm
Well done my good and faithful servant!! These words are all I can say at this time. One knows death comes for us all and HM went past the 3 score and ten years the Creator has stipulated as man's time here on earth. Even now in death, she is still managing to bring out the best in people and circumstances/ situations.
I'm told that on the day she passed, there was a torrential down pour of rain, something which is reported to be scarce in the UK at present and a rainbow was seen by the public thereafter.
From the time it was reported that her doctors had her under management and from her last picture with the discolored right hand I knew she was gone. She set an example for us all,
goodby Your Majesty, you have been a real hero to me.
Please feel free to post any tributes to the Queen.
HM has been a part of the lives of so many, that I have no doubt most are in a state of shock.
As she promised in her 21st birthday speech of dedication, she remained committed to the service of her country throughout her life.
At work 2 days ago.