Monthly Archives: April 2019

Campy curiosity

When Bob told us we should book tickets for a show called Shen Yun I had no idea he was involved in Cult Collection. Possibly he didn’t either. The fact that he was adamant we’d enjoy it should have been … Continue reading

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John Christie was not here

The original plan was to go to the gym this morning. However, last night, as I slowly fell asleep over my laptop while trying to finish the formatting for Mirinda’s thesis, I decided to go to bed and finish it … Continue reading

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Oranges stuck in the equilibrium

There were three big things that happened today. One of them was the Thesis which feels never ending but will have to end (for now) tomorrow because it has to go back to Mirinda’s supervisor. The second big thing was … Continue reading

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3D Etsy

Most of today revolved around The Thesis. However, there were also a couple of interruptions to the otherwise full-on assault of the written word. There was food to buy, puppies to take for their hair cut and an unscheduled lunch … Continue reading

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The home stretch?

Mirinda’s DBA, that thing that has dominated our lives for so many years, is rapidly approaching it’s end. This week has been one of corrections, amendments and general messing about with final works on the Thesis. All 250 odd pages … Continue reading

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The Leaning Garden of Farnham

This morning, walking back from town, it suddenly hit me that the park is all very green again. This mostly hit home because the park people had been round with their Weapons of Park Maintenance and left the place looking … Continue reading

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Shanties

Joe Grundy died today. Rather, Edward Kelsey, who played Joe Grundy on The Archers for 34 years, died today. He’ll be greatly missed by many, many faithful listeners. And, obviously, by his family. He was 88. Apart from that, today … Continue reading

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At 16

Today, a Swedish schoolgirl addressed our parliament. She was greeted with great enthusiasm by most of our politicians. John Bercow, the Speaker of the House, was great in his praise for her. Her name was Greta Thunberg and her message … Continue reading

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Alan! Alan!

Everything was back to normal today. Life was just the two of us and the girls. The weather continued to be glorious and Mirinda continued with her thesis. It’s incredible but it will be finished this week. I think a … Continue reading

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Melting bunnies

Ages ago, back when Bob and Fi decided to come over for a visit and we realised it would be at Easter, Mirinda told me I’d have to organise an egg hunt on Easter Sunday. Fortunately this did not mean … Continue reading

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