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I think I have now caught up with all my old friends(by that I mean long term not aged!)
Last week probably my oldest friend and her husband came for a few days(Stef and Angus). We had a wonderful time chatting as well as a day trip to Hereford to visit the cathedral. I even invited my old boyfriend,Bob, over to have lunch with us. We all used to hang out together ...
I'm woken by John climbing out of bed. It's 6am, still dark, and within seconds my alarm is tinkling a far too jolly tune for this time of day. I climb out too and switch off it and the air con.I
'd had a message from Cherry offering to take us to the airport but this is not possible as she has to take D'ny to school. I had a message last night from Note to say she would like to take us to the airport and asking what was our flight number. ...
... drinks! Was a lovely sunny
morning and great views while circling over the city.
Was pretty hard to remember to speak in English at first and
the guys at Swindon bus station got a stream of abuse in Spanish (which I then
translated for them!) when they let the bus I wanted leave early! Had a long
chilly hour to wait for the next one.
... driving force in what could have been a peaceful homebirth.
The timing of this current journey was not chosen to
accommodate others. I caused pain to family by going so far away whilst
significant events were occurring. My grandson was confused and hurt by losing
the frequent contact we had enjoyed. But the urge to go, to push myself into an
entirely new life, was undeniable. Not ...
... huge manual effort 200 years ago. Lunch was very sad, tinned tasteless soup which seemed devoid of anything bar a stray micronutrient. Its a shame that these young women who run the café clearly are not making the food with love in their hearts. By 3.30 we've reached Devizes, our destination for the day, having covered 18 kms. There's time for another coffee conversation with an Englishman posing as a Barista. At least this one provided an interesting ...