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... when he wants it to and there isn't something better going on. he get's unleashed in certain safe areas (golf course woods) but I tell you, when he disappeared into the bush for 20 minutes the other day I almost died. today he treated me with running onto the course itself while people were trying to play thru. truly did die. of embarrassment. protocol is to keep calling him and when he does return a mega treat is due and don't be cross so as ...
... are too and when he finds them open, he always checks them to see if he can shove them open. He hates closed doors. I'd like to catch him at it!
I test the pantry now each time I pass through the kitchen. Nope, it's fairly solid and heavy, loaded as it is with canned goods and such. I am certain that he is not strong enough to wiggle underneath it and pull it open. Ah ...
... Is there another one….is it Amy’s brother?
Amy admits a secret, when trying to light the gas under the potatoes “I have not used our new home’s SMEG cooker yet”. Laughter.
Saturday 20th July:
Off to the Wykeham Arms. To mark the 30th June (60 years), 4th July (zero years) and Gordon and Amy’s engagement.
To be greeted inside the door by ...
... named Sandra. She was so cute and shared her passion for the English history and its impact to Winchester. Our small group of girls followed her around by choice for nearly and hour or more. The abbey was unbelievable and much of my excitement was due to Sandra...by far the best tour I've been on throughout my entire trip. At the end of the tour she took us upstairs and showed us the bibles, old royal reflects and jewelry, statues, and ...
... get just about everything and anything delivered! I love that part of living here plus I love my garden so I am quite happy to sit and read and watch the birds and squirrels and plants and other stuff. However, I had planned the week to get quite a lot done as we were leaving on Thursday night. This was not to be.
The weekend before, we had made a mad dash over to the Isle of Man to take a gander ...