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Baby Name Meaning Grace
- (Name meanings) A given name is a personal name that specifies and differentiates between members of a group of individuals, especially in a family, all of whose members usually share the same family name (surname).
- The western bouquet (of flowers)
- Courteous goodwill
- (Christian theology) a state of sanctification by God; the state of one who is under such divine influence; "the conception of grace developed alongside the conception of sin"; "it was debated whether saving grace could be obtained outside the membership of the church"; "the Virgin lived in a
- decorate: make more attractive by adding ornament, colour, etc.; "Decorate the room for the party"; "beautify yourself for the special day"
- Simple elegance or refinement of movement
- deck: be beautiful to look at; "Flowers adorned the tables everywhere"
- An attractively polite manner of behaving
- A young or newly born animal
- pamper: treat with excessive indulgence; "grandparents often pamper the children"; "Let's not mollycoddle our students!"
- The youngest member of a family or group
- the youngest member of a group (not necessarily young); "the baby of the family"; "the baby of the Supreme Court"
- A very young child, esp. one newly or recently born
- a very young child (birth to 1 year) who has not yet begun to walk or talk; "the baby began to cry again"; "she held the baby in her arms"; "it sounds simple, but when you have your own baby it is all so different"
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Dedicated to Orthopedic Surgeon (Late) Dr. Bashir Ahmed
in The Age of 17, I had a car accident. Other then me all passengers and driver had minor scratches only me with a major injury. I remember the car was behind us pulled over and some one pulled me out from back window of the car, My younger brother Mukabir was in other car because in y car there was no space and he said," what was the car's condition I feel no one is alive in this car." But no one was dead, All alive to face more bitterness in their lives, By the grace of God. It's pretty amazing that all the bad things to those believe in God happened to them in the name or by the Grace of God. So at the age of eighteen, I was that much strong that when my mom says oh God why just only my daughter had broken leg? I have said mom it's His will don't worry. He must have thought about me and if she or he got injured you know that lady has kids uncle who was driving he has little kids and by the Grace of God he also died after a while leaving kids behind.
Well a strange thing about or before my accident happened. In April 1985 held my examination for FA I don't know what FA stands for:D but the first college degree in Pakistan called FA two years college here in US we can say AAS however; High School here is USA is 4 years in Pakistan 2 years so after 10th grade two years of study. As I have told many times in school I did not enjoy because teachers were to strict and number one enemy of creativity my writings by my self exaggerates their anger nothing else and each and every time. First two years of college was time of joy for me. Lecturers were so kind and nice and they understand me and always appreciate my work. I remember my Education lecturer Miss Shehnaz said intelligence is inherited and like Bushra is intelligent... All class look at me and no one was jealous they accept that statement. If some one I don't know and I was surprised first time I have heard I am intelligent:D Ahh examination i was afraid of and worked very hard to pass and continue my education for Bacholer's degree.I was tired of studying. We received invitation of a wedding ceremony. Mom was not willing to go there.But for me that was the chance to meet my cousins after two years.Since we were living away from family in Lodhran. I asked mother many times then Nasira was agreed to takecare of other brothers and sisters just me, Mukabir and mom will go there:D STrang thing I am going to talk about was my dream just before two days the ime was Azan-e-Fajar I do remember when I woke up with a grasp I just heard voice of Fajar Prayer Azan from nearby Masjid dream was that I had an accident I woke up first thought in kind was don't go there Bushra ask mom to stop! But next thought now we are ready She is ready to go I have prepare all thnigs and other lesson planes for my practical which was after a week or so. In between papers(theory) and practical was gape of 10 or 15 days and I was willing to see all my cousins at that time so I can enjoy for quite some times:D:D;-) For quite some time;pNext day again same time I have seen I am in dark alley and some of the people are pulling me with my both arms saying lets go to the MEO Hospital and there was a car crash also.And believe me I woke up and same time I have heard Azan of Fajar Prayer and thought this dream could be true,I have to stop not to g there.However, what was my next thought hey I have ministerial periods so according to Mullas a women are not pakeeza when they have periods first of all I am not pak atthis time so I can not say my prayers for that week other thing I am not very naik/holley person. I don't say my prayers regularly. Five times prayer usually I missed. So no way my dreams can not be true only prophets and naik log/Pouise people( Naik ki English koi batao) can see true dreams. I sleep on my other side from another and next day we were on the way to Farooq Abad where my mother's side family lived. Wow May,8 1985. Night of Mehndi relatives were surprised to see us how come I have practical in a week and instead of preparing for that I am here I told them that I have each and every thing ready last week now I just need to go there and deliver my lecture to my class that's it. Night of Mehndi we danced yes:D I liked to dance at that time an dlater thought may be God did not like my dance lol so I was in accident.:D:D:D:D We went to sleep after having hinna on our hands very late and Uncle Muhhamad Ali told me you are going in Barat means the guests invited to go with groom to the bride's house to tak eher home after wedding ceremony. So i was happy tomorrow we are traveling again. We were in a yellow car all of a sudden I have heard a voice of glass breaking no pain just I know we are in accident and roof of yellow car in front of my eyes and my eyes are open seeing younger uncle(choty mamo) home in front of my eyes and my ears are listening voice of Azan. Again I have thought to stop going there with Barat but again hey I am not praying I am not pak I
St Philips Marsh BS2
THOSE MARSH SHOPS
In everyone of the twenty odd streets there was one or more shops, usually a general store selling almost everything a housewife would need.
Meriton Street Wilkins, Philip Street Duffets, George Kelly, Glandfield, Albert Crescent, Gardners Bakery, Tarrs, Timms (Newsagent) Purnells (General & Haberdashery) Beakes, Pearce (Fish & Chips) Short Street, Beacham then Frank Court (Fish & Chips) Wakenham (Corn & Poultry Foods), Blackmore (Post Office & General), Aberdeen Street, Tweeney (Off Licence) Jones, Hyde and Emergy (all General Stores), John Street, Mrs Frances and daughter Ada (Haberdashery), Jouxson (Fruit & Vegctablc), Tyler Street Griffiths (General), Brookmans (Sweets), York Street, Fardings their Colston Bush (Butchers), Charles Parrot then Bert Holcy (Fruit & Vegetables) Small Street, Blendys (Paraffin & Candles) Dan & Son Reg. Peacock (Mens Hairdresser), St Silas Street, Rose Cox (Sweets), Grafton Street, Bennetts (General Store), Feeder Road, Lippietts (Haberdashery), Baileys Cafe, Sheppard (General Store), Loves then Bob Smalldridge (Newsagent & General), Dcwfall (Bakery). Arthur Jefferies (Butcher), Bob Kelly (General Store), Bill Smallridge (Wet Fish & Vegtables), Tidhalls/Bevan (Drapery), Curry (Pawnbroker), Bessells Cafe, Leonard Hill (Coal Merchant Stanhope Street, Richens (General Store), Chapel Street, Rilders (Off Licence), Victoria Road, Sawtells (Fish & Chips), Hendys Post Office then liallard (General), Charlie Elliott (Haberdashery ), Westlake (Butcher), Justin's Tea Room, Baler (Barber), Arthur Watkins (Shoe Shop).
Curry the Pawnbroker meant a lot to many in time of financial need, and more than one Sunday Suit went into `Hoc' on Monday to be redeemed in time for the following Sunday. The shops served a useful purpose not only in the purveying of needed commodities, but also as a meeting place for the exchange news and views and not a little Gossip.
`Trust' is a word which had a significant meaning' in the Marsh shops, a lot of whom allowed customers Trust in the purchase of necessities during the week payable the next pay day. This service was a mixed blessing as of course the `Trust' had to be paid for.
Mrs Emily Purnell was widowed whilst still young and had a baby son to look after She sold fire wood from a hand cart and with money saved up and bought a the Shop at No 9 Albert Crescent.
Grace, one of her children by her second marriage, was taken away from school at the age of twelve to help in the, shop, which she did until her death at 54 years of age in 1956.
One of the problems that beset the homes of people was an infestation of Rats and Mice, and for the faint hearted there were men who would undertake the task of ridding a household of these vermin. One such was Mr A Gillett who was the Marsh Chimney Sweep -- Half a Crown a chimney -- and who obliged customers with this additional service. Almost a legend has been woven round the name of Alf Chinnock who lived in Philip Street, and the many stories of his Rat catching prowess are legion including, dare it be true, of biting off their heads.
The street sellers were a daily feature of Marsh life, local tradesmen such as old man Timms and his son Arthur, Bob Smallridge both vying with each other for the newspaper trade, Gardners Bread delivery by Horse and Van, Mrs Smalldridge with her wet fish barrow, the Coal man, Hill, to name just a few.
There was one or two, musical' salesmen one of cough sweets who sang a little ditty which ran, Cough no more, Cough no more here's old Flashy on his tour,if you buy you won't complain when Old Flashy comes again.
What about the Fly Catcher Sales man resplendent in Top Hat girded with Fly papers and his plaintive cry, 'Oh those tormenting flies, catch em alive'. The Street Bookmaker or Runner was another personality of the area. The sleight of hand that characterised the transaction between client and Bookie would have been the envy of many a conjurer, hut despite the esposition of these skills arrests were made periodically and the Bookie hauled before the Justices and duly fined, only to reappear quickly on the streets and in the local Pubs to continue the service appreciated by so many.
'Cran' Simmons who lived in Grafton Street was known throughout the Marsh as Maggie, and was another well-known character who could be seen trundling a handcart to the Coke House - the name given to the Bristol Gas Light and Coke Company --- then with cart piled high with sacks of coke she would push the heavy load to her waiting customers. These trips would be repeated daily in all weathers and illustrated her strength of will and purpose. Another in similar mould was Miss Wills also of Grafton Street, who with her Donkey and Cart canvassed the Streets selling sticks and at times coke.
The shop was in Stanhope Street and run by the Ireland family. There w
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