Premier Inn Birmingham Oldbury - M5, Jct2
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... boat anyway.
We went to the Tame Otter which is a Vintage Inn for a nice lunch and then I went to the supermarket with my mum while Carrie had the fun of giving my dad and grandparents a trip down the canal.
Apparently the biggest problem for Carrie was trying to control my dad who just wanted to go rather fast and steer into the overhanging willow trees to make his parents have to duck out of the way. But she survived without my dad crashing, ...
... so despite both me and Carrie being exhausted we limped our way into Armitage.
Once moored up it seemed like Carrie got a burst of energy so went blackberry picking, we then had a dinner of beans on toast with mushrooms followed by french toast with a kind of jam style coulis using the last of the fresh fruit.
... meals which was good as the plan was to just keep going as late as we could and stop when we ran out of energy or light. But first we stopped at Shugborough Hall.
We basically snuck in the back entrance, we passed by a closed booth that said we had to go to another reception to buy a ticket costing £15 each. We headed off towards where we had to pay but stopped off at the butterfly garden where Carrie spent ages trying to get a ...
My old friend, Maurice Bradley (he is 86, and I've known him since 1975), recently wrote an essay on 'The Meaning of Life' as part of a course he is doing. He has no time for computers and sent me this written in longhand. I think it deserves to be published on the internet.
The Meaning of Life – Maurice Bradley
My dictionary gives 6 definitions of the word 'meaning’. The one most relevant to this subject is ...
This is the start of our journey.
For a number of years we have talked about quitting the rat race and living a simpler life.
With the "threat" of redundancy in the offing things started to fall into place.
Taylor , my youngest daughter was offered a room in a shared house with four other vulnerable adults and round the clock care. Our chance to help. So we donated sofas, chairs, a bed, a TV, kitchen equipment, pots, pans, cups, plates ...