Friday, 6 February 2009

The end of one of the saddest ever days


Aye We Can ! said...


I know what a sad but very odd day this will be for you

Read my appreciation of Bashir - we go back a long long way

But I know he'd want you to moune yesm but look forward - finish the job he started

joe90 kane said...

I've been trying to leave a wee messege over on Osama Saeed's blog.

His 'Rolled-up Trousers' is another of my regular blogs.

There is a bit of a glitch at the moment posting comments to it.

Sufficed it to say,
my hearfelt condolences to all in the SNP.

I loved boasting about Bashir's membership of the SNP and his presence in the Scottish Parliament on other blogs!

all the best!

Holyrood Patter said...

i felt guilty for even phoning you last night, but just wanted to chat to someone.
hope your doing okay

Yousuf Hamid said...

I thought the wide range of people at his funeral from all walks of life showed what an incredible man he was, he had a certain kindness and love of people that crossed all boundaries.

Holyrood Patter said...

1,000 people were there
tells its own story