Premier Inn Birmingham Oldbury - M5, Jct2
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... in a pub! We met up with Isy and Ryan's friends and sampled some beer. I had sampled some cider instead of beer! Was a nice afternoon. Today we took Ava to the snowdome! Which I now see is how the British do winter sports! The lack of snow in this country makes winter activities hard! So they have indoor skiing/snow boarding, tubing/ sledding and a section to ...
... couple of weeks ago with Claire to get a dress. I met at Claire's house to get ready, then her friends arrived in a taxi to pick us up. The ball was held at Drayton Manor, which is a theme park near Ashby. There was a professional taking photos there which was awesome, as he printed them off instantly for you to take. I just wish I had got more taken! We left the ball just after midnight. It was rather difficult to get up ...
... we visited at least half of those visitors were queueing for the escalators and toilets.Every christmas the Bullring is host to a German market, you can rent your beer stein at one end and spend the next two or more hours staggering from beer stall to Bratwurst hut and back again for as long a you can stand or be carried. Add in the xmas lights and carnival atmosphere and last years wages will be gone before you know it. We spent a good half a day eyes wide ...
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 ...