THE GEM 27 FEB 2017 : The most trying hours in life are between four o’clock and the evening meal. A cup of tea at this time adds a lot of comfort and happiness. Royal S. Copeland 

O I love to be by the Bindi, where the fragrant pastures are,And the Tambo to his bosom takes the trembling Evening Star –Just to hear the magpie’s warble in the blue-gums on the hill,When the frail green flower of twilight in the sky is lingering still.”FRANK WILLIAMSON, The Magpie’s Song

Source: The most trying hours in life are between four o’clock and the evening meal. A cup of tea at this time adds a lot of comfort and happiness. Royal S. Copeland | THE OLD PROVERBIAL RECOVERY

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