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Dear Lord, every single evening as I'm lying here in bed, 
This tiny little Prayer keeps running through my head: 

God bless all my family wherever they may be, 
Keep them warm and safe from harm, for they're so close to me. 

And God, there is one more thing I wish that you could do; 
Hope you don't mind me asking, please bless my computer too. 

Now I know that it's unusual to Bless a motherboard, 
But listen just a second while I explain it to you, Lord. 

You see, that little metal box holds more than odds and ends; 
Inside those small compartments rest so many of my friends. 

I know so much about them by the kindness that they give, 
And this little scrap of metal takes me in to where they live. 

By faith is how I know them much the same as you. 
We share in what life brings us and from that our friendships grew. 

Please take an extra minute from your duties up above, 
To bless those in my address book that's filled with so much love. 

Wherever else this prayer may reach to each and every friend, 
Bless each e-mail inbox and each person who hits 'send'. 

When you update your Heavenly list on your own great CD-ROM, 
Bless everyone who says this prayer sent up to 




 Glesca Wedding photographs ........  65 !
                                                               from the GlescaPals archive

1947 - 1 1948 - 1 1950s - 1 1953 - 3 scrambles - 3
1955 - 4 1958 - 1 1959 - 1
1959 - 4
1965 - 2 1967 - 1 1968 - 4
1969 - 4 1972 - 1 1975 - 1
1976 - 4 1978 - 1 1979 - 2 1998 - 3
2004 - 2 2007 - 4 2008a - 8 2008b - 2
2010a - 3   2010b - 4    


   East end

(i) auld Calton Cemetery, in Abercromby St. which holds the 
    remains of three weavers shot down by the military in
(ii) Derelict graveyard at Tullis Street




Masonic Lodges
The Masons

Then let us pray that come it may,  
as come it will for a' that,
     That Sense and Worth, o'er a' the earth,  
shall bear the gree, an' a' that.
  For a' that, an' a' that,  
it's coming yet for a' that,
That Man to Man, the world o'er, 
hall brothers be for a' that.

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Billy Boys

Billy or a Dan
 or a Dan

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