Monthly Archives: August 2016

Lucy fell out of a tree!

It’s been ages since I’ve seen Dawn. Which is a shame. We decided to rectify it and hunted around for a folk singer or something entertaining to go and see. Sadly there seems to be very little on at the … Continue reading

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The grinding

Yesterday was a bank holiday Monday so this morning was hell in Farnham. It’s the deliveries that do it. Trucks, vans, buses…they all appear from all corners of the world in order to clog up the town like so much … Continue reading

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Comedy genius

Gene Wilder died yesterday. He was 83 and a true comedy genius. And, from all reports, a lovely man. He was one of those rare things, a comedian without mental issues. Well, if you ignore his latter years with Alzheimer’s. … Continue reading

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FARK off

The world’s longest running civil war may finally be coming to an end. Columbia has been at war with itself for 52 years! A cease fire was enacted today bringing a possible end to a conflict that has seen the … Continue reading

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Article requirements

Today was all about Mirinda finishing off a journal article she’s presently writing along with one of her teachers from the Uni where she’s studying her DBA. Obviously I was helping with the bibliography, citations and required formatting. And I … Continue reading

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Hurrah for the dogs

Today was International Dog Day as I’ve mentioned in earlier posts around this time. Don’t worry, I’ll not mention it again but, be warned, there may be a lot of dog photos in this post. Mirinda was sent to Coventry … Continue reading

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I have a bruise!

Ask anyone who knows me well and they’ll tell you that I do not bruise easily. It takes an awful lot for my skin to change colour due to ruptured blood vessels. Frankly, I was astounded. It was obviously caused … Continue reading

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34 Degrees in Gravesend

Today, while Skyping with mum, I realised that my new schedule needs a little tweak. My old timetable called for breakfast after shopping but now that I have to factor in the gym, it means breakfast isn’t until about 10:30 … Continue reading

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Shocking behaviour, Monsieur Poirot!

Today was definitely a day of two halves. The first half was a delight, filled with family, friends, sun and easy living. The second half was like a visit to the depths of Bedlam with only a slim chance of … Continue reading

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A day off

Gail and Glenn went down to Hayling Island to visit with Beryl and Co today so I went to the gym while Mirinda worked from home before heading into London for an afternoon meeting…which was cancelled. I spent the day … Continue reading

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