Monthly Archives: November 2015

Last will and wishing tree

While Denise and Tracey were stepping foot back in Brisbane, swearing they’d never fly with Etihad ever again, I was back at work. I bequeath to my monkey, my dear and amusing Jacko, the sum of £10 sterling per annum, … Continue reading

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The miserable woman of Waitrose

Today, while Denise and Tracey were heading to Abu Dhabi having not been upgraded to business class, I tried to teach Freya to go through the puppy door. I wasn’t very successful. Even using doggie treats in her favourite flavour … Continue reading

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Saga of the giant poo

While Denise and Trace were enjoying the sunshine at Buckingham Palace, things were a little bleaker here in Farnham. Though given the early morning Freya antics, this was absolutely beautiful. Freya is still quite small. She is certainly growing but … Continue reading

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Sushi Tuesday

Just about every Tuesday is sushi Tuesday for me but it’s never better than when I get to buy it at Itsu. Which is what I did this morning as I made my way to the flat. It was a … Continue reading

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Cooking, baking and family

I spent most of today in my kitchen. We had nine at table, wanting to eat at 6:30 because Denise likes to eat early and I’ve never catered for so many. I guess I didn’t make it easy on myself. … Continue reading

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Trains, boats and surprises

Tuesday, the guys from Sliderobes are going to the flat to do their thing. Today I had to clear the bedroom for them to be able to do it. I decided mum deserved a day out in London after almost … Continue reading

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Nelson and his arms

Today, while Denise and Tracey were missing out on seeing Disneyland Paris because it was closed after last night’s little assertion of religious stupidity, mum met Sophie and Tom. Chez Gaz was closed for the day so we went into … Continue reading

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Ban Islam

I hate religion. Completely. Irrevocably. On the one hand we have a bunch of maniacal savages killing people in the name of some invisible entity that clearly feeds on the misery of everyone. On the other we have millions of … Continue reading

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To the Belfast

The day I’d been waiting for for quite a few months, had arrived. Our special tour of HMS Belfast organised by Howard, fellow volunteer at the museum. I was a temporary part of the Duxford volunteers, another group that Howard … Continue reading

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An upgrade

After their whirlwind tour of Berlin (they had a bus driver who was in such a hurry that he didn’t stop anywhere and pointed frantically out of the window at the sights meaning all the photographs are of smeary bus … Continue reading

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