Not a typical Naafi thread. I won't be apologising. 90 years ago, a generation of men from all over the world stood at the base of crudely constructed ladders, alongside their mates, unaware that they were about to live out the worst, and often final, day of their lives. A great deal has been written about what came next. I would ask that each of us should wake up tomorrow and silently watch how the sun lays across the curves of our wives and girlfriends. Concentrate on the noises our children make as they wake up anticipating their summer holidays. And if it is at all in your power, one day, go to the Thiepval Memorial to the Missing and say Thank You. Rest In Peace.