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... expect her to get very tired at times. She led a very quiet life prior to her aneurysm, and is getting probably more interpersonal communication than she isused to, plus all the normal interruptions from the staff there. Even though it was during their very limited visiting hours, someone came in with her menu choice sheet while we were there, and toward the end of a very short visit, the optometrist arrived to test her eyes. ...
... rather than one of theirs - quite , quite dead! Discovered that Mum has wifi so fixed all that up. It is great as it means tha I will be able to use my iPad for emails and will not need to rely on the computer. We had lunch at Monturpie with Mum and Tom and Elaine. It was great as always. Had a window seat so looked out over the Firth of forth. Quite a sight. Travel caught up with me ...
... a Norwood Hypermarket thrown in for good measure. About 5ha of parking (so much so that I kept losing my car and trying to get into the boot of other little black cars) surrounded by a variety of furniture shops and a huge Tescos. Both parking and shops were all but empty - either a sign of a poor economy or (I'd prefer to think) just that the Scots have more sense than the Aussies and don't go shopping for pleasure. I found everyone I came into contact with was more ...
... purple ,one can see eg. Purple & Black: 9AM, Seaton 3 - everything is clear and easy.
Except for the colors, we have numbers as well. That's for people who are doing some other job where it isn't necessary to take the whole group (like sorting potatos, strimming, painting etc.).
That exactly how it works - for the first two weeks I was an anonymus member of "the Whiteys", planting and picking raspberries. Until it has changed and I got ...
... We lobbed into St Andrews at about 3pm on Wednesday the 22nd of Sept after leaving the Victoria Falls on the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe the morning before. What a contrast! Needless to say we were a wee bit tired and weary as we knocked on the door at 22 Market Place, St Andrews. Vardon House was to be our home for the 12 days.
As we had not contacted Tony for a few months he was a bit surprised when he opened the door and I said "G’day mate”. No more ...