Djokovic Finds Way To Win, Meets Monfils Not Raonic in Toronto SFs; Wawrinka-Nishikori Battle
by Staff | July 29th, 2016, 11:37 pm
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It’s not pretty, but world No. 1 Novak Djokovic continues to find ways to win at the Rogers Cup in Toronto.


On Friday it was with some help from Tomas Berdych, who found a way to lose up, 6-3 in the first-set tiebreak. Berdych lost five straight points and the set. And Djokovic eventually prevailed 7-6(6), 6-4.

“I was very fortunate to get away with the first set,” Djokovic said. “The second set was slightly better…but I’m moving on and hopefully it’s going to get better.”

Berdych falls to 2-25 against Djokovic having lost 12 straight times and 14 straight sets!

Djokovic will next meet Gael Monfils, who upset homecountry favorite Milos Raonic 6-4, 6-4.

The 29-year-old Monfils never lost serve and broke the Canadian twice in the match.

“He was doing a lot of good things. He played well. He played smart in the right moments. He was making the shots,” Raonic said. “I’ll look back at this and give it the right amount of perspective and try to take it to the next process, next step forward, to be better next time.”

Djokovic has won all 11 of his career meetings against the Frenchman.

“He’s playing great tennis at the moment,” Djokovic said. “He won Washington. He’s been playing more or less every day for the last couple of weeks. He’s feeling confident on the court.”

Monfils for his part is on a 9-match winning streak after raising the trophy in Washington.

“I think I’m a guy [who's] always pumped up. Any energy, I take it. Even if it’s for me or not for me, I take it,” Monfils said.

In other quarterfinal action Stan Wawrinka rolled over world No. 10 Kevin Anderson 6-1, 6-3.

“I started really well from the first game,” said Wawrinka, who dropped Anderson to 0-7 in Masters-level tournament quarterfinals. “It showed me that I was ready, aggressive, moving really well. It’s one of the best matches I have played this year, I think. I was calm, serving really good and mixing it up a lot. I’m moving well, in general. I think I was reading the game well, good in defence and found a way how to come back and attack.”

Anderson missed 10 weeks earlier this season due to ankle surgery.

The No. 2-seeded Wawrinka in the semifinals will meet the No. 3-seeded Kei Nishikori, who on Friday defeated unseeded Grigor Dimitrov 6-3, 3-6, 6-2.

After Dimitrov won the second set and went up 1-0 in the third, Nishikori turned it on, winning five games in a row an route to the victory.

“I know I have to be a little bit more aggressive to beat [Wawrinka],” said Nishikori. “I think if I can play good tennis, I think I will have some chance to win. So hopefully I can have a good day tomorrow.”

Wawrinka leads their head-to-head 3-1.


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86 Comments for Djokovic Finds Way To Win, Meets Monfils Not Raonic in Toronto SFs; Wawrinka-Nishikori Battle

Laver Rules Says:

For many of you high on the Fed kool-aid, here’s a write up at http://www.138mph.com/ that you’ll relish.

“Will Tennis Survive the Year Without Roger” and to quote some really funny ones from that article:

“A season without Roger. How is tennis going to survive. Among the grinders and the runners and the bashers, there was hardly anyone who contributed grace, poise and true beauty to the game. The person who did was Roger. And the person who is not going to be playing this season, is Roger.”

And, even though I am more of a fan of Djoko than Fed, I, however, found this very will written.

“Djokovic runs, Roger glides. Djokovic jumps, Roger flies. Djokovic hits, Roger just swings. Well, Roger fans be ready to survive the season on long baseline rallies, inhuman like body stretches, muscled balls, and just plain old tennis, because Roger always brought something new, whether it was a tweener winner from behind the baseline, or a beautiful backhand cross court.”

This is some cool, effortless writing. I hope this bloke can drum up something on my fav Stan the Man.


Willow Says:

Just as i thought, a close match, but never the less exactly the same result, the Monflis match will be pretty much the same ….


Giles Says:

Noticed the faker is still doing the boob throwing celebration. What a plonker! So needy!


FedExpress Says:

why is berdych even competing nowadays? the h2h with nole is the most embarassing match up in tennis history


chrisford1 Says:

LR – Djokovic is first and foremost a quick, graceful, and flexible player. Light on his feet, moves like a cat. Andy and Rafa are pounders, not Djokovic. Many think he will have career longevity. His shotmaking is that of a natural ball striker hitting hard with precision and repeatability, setting up the angles that bring him to a dominant position. Comparisons that claim Federer is some exquisite ballerina and Novak the clumsy oaf, the artiste shotmaker vs a brainless basher – are laughable.
And in defense of Andy and Rafa, both are massively talented. Andy was more talented than Novak, IMO, when he came up. And Rafa? Talent enough to destroy and dominate peak Federer. ‘Nuff said!

I believe the one-of-a-kinds in this tennis generation are Djokovic, Monfils, and Nadal. Meaning, like Sampras, Becker, and Borg, if you just render one minute of their play into a silhouette – you know who they are at a glance at just the silhouette. Fed, maybe, but some might wonder – is that black outline Edberg, Dimitrov, Gasquet??


BBB Says:

I think Djokovic’s defense is entertaining. The main reason I’m a Djokovic fan is that I like his personal evolution, but as I noted the other day, I realized when I saw his first match in TO that I had missed watching him play. Not just that he’s able to run down balls, but the ways in which he stretches to get them, hits many of those shots offensively, and then bounces back up ready for the next one.

But defense is not typically valued as much as offense, across many sports.


jane Says:

there are different kinds of beautiful movement on a tennis court. i loved steffi’s catlike movement and now novak’s brilliant athleticism and yogic flexibility. brad gilbert picks novak as his best mover and even fed called novak the “best mover on hardcourt” last year. so maybe it changes with the game, and it’s certainly subjective. when i watch novak i do not see any pong tennis: i see an all court aggressive baseliner, who had become quite adept at the front of the court too. to whit, look at these two players; all over the court awesomeness: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjbNJO5whRg


Willow Says:

I Love to watch how Rafas feet move on clay, but then again that might be just me, i can here the sniggering from a mile away ….


Travis Bickle Says:

“why is berdych even competing nowadays? the h2h with nole is the most embarassing match up in tennis history”

Perhaps, the second most embarrassing!
The most embarrassing match-up in tennis history, considering the circumstances and respective ranking of both opponents is Federer-Nadal.

But I wouldn’t expect blind fanatic (whose nickname speaks for itself) to realize that much…


BBB Says:

Eh, Willow, who cares about the sniggering! I don’t happen to love Rafa’s style of play, but I understand why others do.

I’m watching Halep right now. I enjoy watching her move – her steps are so very tiny and precise.


Willow Says:

BBB I Just love to watch his feet on clay, he never seems to get credit for it though , and agree on Halep ….


BBB Says:

Willow – yes, I believe you’re right. People get focused on how he hits the ball, without considering his footwork.


Humble Rafa Says:

Emirates Airlines Series – Rogers Cup presented by National Bank.

Please add a few more names.


BBB Says:

HR – I believe I heard that in Japan, they refer to Kei Nishikori as Nissen Kei Nishikori. You can sell naming rights to your name!


J-Kath Says:

BBB:

Just looked up meaning of Nissen. Closest is “Nissan” which oddly means nine idiots standing!!!!


J-Kath Says:

Wow! See Stan is being put to the sword.


J-Kath Says:

w.espn.co.uk/olympics/story/_/id/17180385/bryan-brothers-withdraw-rio-games-cite-health-priority


BBB Says:

JK, the way they’ve been playing lately, I’d wager it’s not going to affect the U.S. medal prospects….


Wog Boy Says:

Was Nishikori that good or Stan was just bad?


BBB Says:

Jk – I meant Nissin! The ramen people. Sorry….


BBB Says:

Stan kinda choked away the first set and couldn’t recover.


Wog Boy Says:

I just looked up at the stats, Stan was serving 44%, almost as “good” as Nole, well, with that percentage he would lose to lesser player than KK (Kamikaze Kei).


J-Kath Says:

OK BBB:
Re Bryan Bros. I thought they’d had a new lease on form…evidently not.

This article below is quite hefty…and a bit philosophical..or maybe my brain is leaning towards sleepmode.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/olympics/2016/07/30/rio-olympics-2016-forget-the-hellish-vision-of-disease-dysfuncti/


Wog Boy Says:

Thanks BBB, I am all for Minfils to win his first (?) masters, and I am no Minfils fan, Nole doesn’t need to go full throttle prior Rio, take a foot of the throttle and have a rest before Rio. You don’t need anothre Rome match with KK, before very hectic and demanding August.


Wog Boy Says:

One question for knowledgeable TX fans, is it only me or this year bounce in Toronto is higher than previous years? The ball bounce really high.


Travis Bickle Says:

WB,
What’s wrong with winning Toronto and Rio?
Also, after that Rome match he won FO, didn’t he.
I think matches against Gael and Kei are exactly what he needs to be match-tough for Rio. Gentle practice chosen by Murray is a wrong move…


Wog Boy Says:

TB,

Absolutely nothing wrong, you might be right. He just looks pale and tired and even little bit disinterested to me in Toronto, but I might be wrong again, maybe the team doesn’t want him to peak in Toronto, like they did for CC season. They wanted him to peak in Paris and he did. Maybe it only me looking to much into problem when there is no problem.


J-Kath Says:

TB:

Match tough is good. But while Andy is escaping the real mental aspect of a match, his practice is far from gentle or short.

Jane 1.29 Watched your link – looks like a great deal of fun. I think it included the shot of Stefan running away from the TV when he saw Andy Murray….didn’t inherit that from his father, sigh, sigh.


Wog Boy Says:

JK,

Agree about Stefan one, I loved it, the kids are so honest and genuine in their reaction that you can’t help but to adore them.

TB,

Do you remember how Nole started CC season, with a “bang”, but wrong “bang”, he is alredy did better at the start of HC season ;)


Wog Boy Says:

BTW,
By making SF Monfils jumped to #8 in the race to Landon, Berdych dropped to #9


BBB Says:

WB – I think your concerns are legitimate. He’s rolling in his second serve. He was lucky to escape last night. Berdych choked the second the set was in his grasp. But, he may care less about losing in Toronto as the other tournaments that lie ahead are of more import to him.

Very interesting about Monfils. He’s exciting to watch – I hope he keeps it up.


Wog Boy Says:

BBB,
Agree about Monfils game, when he is on it’s exciting to watch, but I was never his fan due to on court behavior that as much as it looks spontaneous is not spontaneous, and can be distracting for the player on the other side of net.
I felt sorry for him at USO when he had Roger on the ropes and choked badly helped with really nasty NY fans, that was even worse behavior of NY fans than when Nole played Roger, absolutely disgusting.


Wog Boy Says:

I’ll give one example from yestrday match against Milos (needless to say I cheered Milos). Monfils was on serve and was buying the time after one long point, chair umpire gave him friendly warning to speed it up. Monfils pretended he didn’t hear and starting to walk painfull slow (Serena way) all the way towards chair umpire asking him questions, after he finished with umpire he walked back even slower, on purpose, than stoped to fo his shoelaces, I have never seen the player that have to do his shoelaces million times during the match, and finally served.


Okiegal Says:

@WB….Nobody messes with Roger in New York….he is so loved there…..Nole got on their bad side once upon a time over A-Rod. He would have been better off to let sleeping dogs lie that day…but he is back in their good graces now, unless he happens to play Roger and that ain’t gonna happen this year. I don’t know what the crowd would do should he play non-Americans Rafa or Andy…….


Okiegal Says:

Wog Boy btw, why would you cheer against your favorite?


Wog Boy Says:

Okie,

I have feeling that Roger won’t be playing in NY next or any other year, something is fishy in his announcement that he won’t be playing next six months, somehow I have a feeling that he will retire with another nice explanation after six months expire and will happily ever after ..


Wog Boy Says:

Okie,
I don’t cheer against my favorite, maybe it was my English, I should say if Monfils beats Nole I am all for him to win his first masters. Nole is yet to produce hid “A” game and Monfils is on a roll, with this level Nole won’t beat Monfils.


J-Kath Says:

Margot, RZ & Myself and et al

Jamie Murray has stated he believes he will be playing mixed doubles with J. Konta. As he and Andy are playing men’s doubles…. (+ of course, AM in singles.)


BBB Says:

WB, I know what you’re saying about Monfils. Courier was disgusted with him in Washington when he was dancing around the court to distract Karlovic on his serve.

Re Fed – knee issues are so tricky, and age doesn’t help. Somebody here said they thought the fall against Monfils aggravated the injury. Could be.


J-Kath Says:

I would also be happy for Monfils if he wins the tournament. He is always entertaining and can be brilliant (usually not long enuf). It would be an an all time high for Gael – such joy – and Nole can afford to take it in his stride.

Bonne nuit
A bientot.


Okiegal Says:

@WB…..I was confused on who was playing who or is it whom?? Lol it was not your English it was my stupidity…I will admit it!

Do you really believe there is something sinister going on with Roger and his injury….like maybe there isn’t one? Surely not……Roger is too above board for that type of behavior….just don’t see it. After all he has had surgery, he sports a bad back and he is 35 or 36 now?? Give me and him a break…..He wouldn’t do that w/o reason….nor would Novak, Rafa or Andy, for that matter….just saying…..

This dubs match is good!!


chrisford1 Says:

If I was to guess Djokovic’s priorities for the rest of 2016, Toronto is near the bottom. The list for the rest of the year would be:

Olympics Gold
USO
End of Year Champion
Cincinnati
Shanghai.
Beijing even if it is a 500 event due to endorsements gained.
Paris
Toronto
Olympic doubles (he and Zim know they have no hope!) It’s a buddy thing.

Left largely unsaid in media is Djokovic’s right arm is hurting, and he may reel it back against Gael or Kei if his match becomes grueling. To save it for the Olympics.


BBB Says:

CF, I might put Cincy ahead of EOY. It would clinch all the Masters 1000s, right? First person to do that?


chrisford1 Says:

BBB- It would, but a YEC would move him into a tie with Fed with 6, past Sampras and Lendl. It would also be his 5th in a row. (No one has won 4 times in a row either). All other things being equal, which they are not because the USO offers more money, prestige, performance bonus and an entree` to new endorsement sponsors and media glory – Djoko likes the O2 Arena and the show in London intensely. Far more than he likes his USO past.

Then again, you could see him deciding to throw everything at Cincinnati if he goes away empty handed at Rio. Or if he wins gold and decides over Boris’s protests that – screw the USO – now is his chance to be the only player to win every major trophy out there. It might be a near impossible record for another person to get, as difficult as Feds 36 straight QFs at Slams.

And should he get Cincinnati, next year he could go for a double Masters Sweep as well as a double career Slam.


BBB Says:

Fair points.


AndyMira Says:

Sadly to say..another ‘Berdlike’ match..sooo very boring..where’s another Stephanek junior?We need fun and exciting match!


AndyMira Says:

In a time like this,we missed Rog,Rafa and Andy soooooooo much!!


BBB Says:

Monfils really reverted to his old self.

But he has reminded us all never ever to lob him.


Daniel Says:

Djoko once again gearing in final stages. Can’t see him losing to Kei tomorrow.

The scart thing for the rest us that he will win Canada Masters with his B+ game without much effort and not that interested from the get go, possibly without even losing a set.

Only difference for Olympics is Murray and Nadal back in the draw, and he may only face one of them if at all.

So still the heavy favorite for Olympics.
Insaid after Wimby, once He get his feet on HC again it would be his show once more.

Hope he gets 2 out of three in Olympics, Cincy and USO.


jane Says:

disappointing from monfils. he hasn’t played smartly so far vs novak. he played intelligent and focused tennis vs others. again novak was hitting second serves that were sitting way up in mid-court, but la monf would not come forward; that hurt his chances considerably. it’s possible he might be a bit worn out since winning washington and coming straight here, reaching the semis.
all that said, serving woes aside (and these are very real: 5 doubles, barely cracking 60% firsts, weak seconds, etc), novak looks really sharp on the return, off the ground, and at net, which is seeing him through. kei, however, is a smarter player and better returner. he has a real shot tomorrow methinks. meanwhile, i am glad to see novak finding some rhythm after all the physio i’ve seen him getting this week. i hope he continues to improve in the serving department.


jane Says:

andymira, not sure who you mean by “we” but actually i’ve quite enjoyed the tennis this week at the roger’s cup. i’ve seen some fun matches and beautiful shot making. nice that it was almost all on t.v. for me too. :)


BBB Says:

jane I agree with you. Daniel, Djokovic’s second serve is not up to snuff, and Kei could bring it tomorrow.


Wog Boy Says:

The only thing that can bother KK is higher bounce, everything else is is going his way, on courts with higher bounce players that picking up ball very early are not as effective.

Otherwise 600 points will come handy for Nole, didn’t expect him to make finals.


chrisford1 Says:

Jane, very nice breakdown. Kei’s been knocking on the door these past 3 years in the big events, Masters and above. He is due. He’s in better physical shape than Djokovic going into this, but it’s still Novak Djokovic vs smaller Djokovic-like Kei.

Andy, what is with the royal “we” are displeased that Roger, Rafa, and the scintillating bundle of excitement that is Andy on defense – are not in Toronto??
The logic of Fedal fans is that the pinnacle of tennis is Rafa vs. Fed due to “competing styles”. Nevermind that the rivalry was ended by Rafa back in 2008. But Rafa playing Andy or Novak is supposedly “boring beyond words”, because they have the same style. And Fed playing Novak or Andy is boring beyond words as well because neither supposedly possesses the athleticism and grit of Rafa and can execute that style of play as Rafa can…somehow.. And a Novak and Andy matchup is the worst of all to Fedal fans…except when Andy is injured or otherwise absent from a tournament, then Fedal fans say how they miss and pine for Andy.


AndyMira Says:

@Jane..yeah..you’re right Jane..i should have said ‘I’..and i refer to the nole’s match..for some reason,a player when they faced Djoker..they tend to be quite’nice’..Berdych and Monfils today..it seems they lost their spark..not quite their normal standard..but then that’s what nole did to you..he will drained you with his amazing shots and incredible defense until you has nothing left to give..and only big 3 can give him challenge and once in a while a Querry and Vesely but yeah..for 2 days now it’s quite disappointing..


Travis Bickle Says:

Very disappointing from AndyMira…
With that Freudian slip “we” she showed her true colors.
And all this time she was pretending to be objective fan and not hard core Fedalista and anti-Novak.

Now even Murray is added to the mix:
“In a time like this,we missed Rog,Rafa and Andy soooooooo much!!”
and this
“Sadly to say..another ‘Berdlike’ match..sooo very boring..”

True tennis fans enjoy this tournament very much, some great shotmaking and amazing chokes and comebacks – something for everyone, of course assuming one is a fan of tennis.

Respectfully suggest AndyMira goes away and not torture herself with ‘sooooo very boring’ stuff.
Funny how people try to hide their real personalities, but sooner or later the real emotions come to the surface for all of us to see ;-)


Anki Says:

Needs to improve his serve, especially second serve against Kei who has an excellent ROS. Rest of Nole’s game looks good. Kei is the favourite for the title as I think Novak will not bother much if things aren’t going his way, unlike Rome.


jane Says:

i agree with most of your post but don’t get this last part anki: “will not bother much if things aren’t going his way, unlike Rome.” … so he bothered at rome but won’t bother in canada? i don’t agree, if that’s what you’re saying.

firstly, while i didn’t get to see rome, as i understand it, he had a very difficult path (rafa and kei back to back before the final) and a very late schedule, so was it a matter of “bothering” or “not bothering”? why would he just give up / not bother tomorrow? he’s had an easier path here, luckily, given his bad serving (with which i agree with you about) so i suspect he’ll fight his best for the title.

or maybe you were alluding to novak’s original comments about gauging his form in canada and not expecting too much, or maybe you mean because he might be carrying -or rehabbing – an injury still, and if so, both those thoughts make some sense to me.

anyhow, let’s hope he plays well and the final is a good one. idemo! :)


Daniel Says:

BBB,

Also thought overall Djoko played short, lavking power and depth in them. Bit he clealry is not going full out.
But the competitor in him and his superior technique and mental fortitude is keeping him going.

Maybe tomorrow he wakes up and play a great match. Don’t even remember last time he lost a Masters final to anyine not names Fedalandy. Don’t even know of that ever happened.

So can’t see him losing to Kei. Kei may attack hos serve but so will Djoko, Kei’s serve is not that good for him not to be broken multiple times tomorrow.


AndyMira Says:

@TB..he he..that’s alright..say whatever you want..i am a big fan of the big 4..i like,respect and appreciate all of them..it just happened that Rafa is on top of that list..and when it reached semi stage,the match should be electric..but it’s not quite reach that standard tonight..although yeah there’s some amazing moment of incredible tennis..but to me it still can’t beat the fun and enjoyable as Nole vs Stephanek..and i think it’s not too much to ask for an exciting match at this stage and if my post have managed to tickled you in any way..sorry TB..


Anki Says:

@Jane, Due to his right arm injury and his serve not clicking, don’t think he will push for the win say if he loses the first set. Hope he will find a way to win as he always does.


Margot Says:

CF @9.54
Nice :)
TV @10.27
Wot! Wot! Have you stopped hugging dear AndyMira now? ;) Well, I haven’t, so there……:)


Travis Bickle Says:

Margot,

Do you know that scene in “Fish Called Wanda” when Kevin Kline’s character says “Disappointed!”.

Well, that is my feeling about AndyMira showing her true colors…

Here is the link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Kx0szQJDC4


AndyMira Says:

@M…woo hoo!!That’s why i love you so much!!


AndyMira Says:

@TB…alright Boss!


J-Kath Says:

I never really have much confidence in Kei but “if push comes to shove” and Kei is feeling fresh he has a chance, particularly as it’s best of 3. However, as it sounds like Nole is finding form, it is his to lose – and certainly at this stage he’s going to want to win it.


J-Kath Says:

Oh dear, dreadful news coming in from Texas: multiple victims of another shouting!


Ronn Says:

J-Kath, there have always been shootings like this. The only difference is that now the media looks for these shootings and the become front page news. Still not good, though- the direction society is heading in, that is…


J-Kath Says:

Ronn: It feels like it is getting worse/more frequent. Perhaps that impression is fostered by the terrorists attacks in France, Belgium etc. happening in parallel. Then there is the racist surge in the US feeding into it all; also Brexit vs. Remain unpleasantness in the UK….it is at all levels.


Margot Says:

Kath @4.3e
If only it were “shouting” not “shooting.” What a better place the world would be.
@ TV
Well, I’m very “disappointed” in you TBH. You’re better than this, time to pull your socks up, turn over a new leaf, gather no moss, pass your pet camel through the eye of a needle etc etc and all those other bits of school ma’am advice we both love so much…..not.;)
(Not getting at MMT BTW.)
Hug, hug, hug for A.M. :) coming over the virtual world.


Margot Says:

Oh lord luvaduck, sorry TV meant TB of course. My excuse? Heavens to Betsy the weather in the UK is unseemly hot at the mo., and addling my brains.


Margot Says:

Oh lord luvaduck, sorry TV meant TB of course. My excuse? Heavens to Betsy the weather in the UK is unseemly hot at the mo., and addling my brains.


J-Kath Says:

You know Margot….Not only did I not notice “shouting” nobody else seems to have noticed either (or maybe they did????).

PS: Who is TV? I’ve noticed 2 comments sent to him by your good self. Is it TB?


Margot Says:

@Kath
Made me kind of sad reading it.
TV is “Tennis Vagabond” an altogether different chappy from our inimitable Travis….;)
Will stop abbreviating, that’ll fix it!


AndyMira Says:

@M!…not only i love you…and guess what?I’ve got a name for you first..”My beautiful,nice,kind,sweet and veryyyyyy huggable guardian Angel!”..how’s that sound M?


J-Kath Says:

Margot – the mind reader with ability to answer questions before they are asked!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Margot Says:

Me oh my, have had an entirely innocent post sent to moderation, now a double trouble! Eek!


Margot Says:

Darling Any Mira, I’ll certainly look out for you :)


AndyMira Says:

I did JK!


Margot Says:

OMG! Another mistake! Brain really addled.
Darling AndyMira I mean, of course.
Gonna go and sit in my lovely garden and raise a glass of ginger beer to AM and Kath and all the other great posters on here.
Cheers :)


J-Kath Says:

AM: @ 11.29am.

What?
You read Margot’s mind?
Or
You noticed the “shouting”?
Or
BOTH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


AndyMira Says:

He he he..thanks veryyyyyyy much M..from now on..i promised after i pray,i will ask to God to look out for you too,give you the good health,find peace whether in your life or at heart,will live happily every single minutes of the day and most importantly..will live longer and have a chance to taste everything that is meant for you M..

And i will do the same thing to you JK..


AndyMira Says:

JK..i just noticed the “shouting”..but choose to ignore it..i want to see if anyone noticed..


AndyMira Says:

M…don’t worry about this little thing..go and sit in “our shed” in your garden and listen to our wonderful song!


J-Kath Says:

Margot: Only someone with a suspicious mind would think you might not just be on your first ginger beer (the high alcohol type). Let me know if anyone dares suggest it and I’ll take care of it as soon as I’ve added my measure of whisky to my glass of ice.

AM: God will tell you that some people are way past redemption – but thank you for the thought.


AndyMira Says:

You’re very much welcome JK!

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