Thought For The Day – Tuesday 20th June 2023
An excellent first men’s test match between Australia and England in Birmingham is finely poised on day five.
Sport points to even bigger things. The match began with a minute’s silence in memory of the wonderful Barnaby, Grace and Ian, who were killed in Nottingham. Both teams wore black armbands.
It is very appropriate that Stuart Broad, from Nottingham, has had yet another brilliant performance.
On the second day, there was the now annual “Blue For Bob Day”, in memory of legendary former England captain Bob Willis, to raise money for prostrate cancer.
At TBSHS, we recently had our own inspirational fundraisers for cancer. At TBSHS, Mrs. Crocker, Mrs. Kitching, Mrs. Radford and Mrs. Williams, also known as “The Breakfast Club Swimmers”, pictured below, took part in for “The Great North Swim” last Saturday in Windermere, in the beautiful Lake District.
Not only did these brilliant members of staff swim one mile, but they raised a massive £1700 for Cancer Research U.K. Outstanding and inspirational.
We continue to pay tribute to all who have suffered, and all who suffer, because of cancer. We pay tribute to all who care for those with cancer, and those who research cancer and fundraise for cancer.
We continue to pay tribute to all who have passed away because of cancer, and of any illness, condition or situation. These people are always with us, always love us and always inspire us. Their dignity, grace, kindness, love, metal and physical strength and resilience is beyond words to truly describe, especially what is and are the most challenging of situations. We continue their legacy of love. We may hope for a Heaven.
The most important things in life are to do your best, look after yourself and look after others.
If you are worried about anything, as regards health or anything else, check in and get checked out. Any concerns at all and we know that:
There is always care.
People are always there,
with whom we can share.