Three days to go before our Aussie Spring. Alternate days of rain wind and sunshine preceded the past two days of what could be described as beautiful English type Summer weather. Everything in the garden is in top form, my vegetable garden of Carrots, Leeks, Herbs, parsnips, turnips, swedes, spring-onions, huge Oriental Radish, R/Beans and three varieties of tomato are coming along fine, it is a pity I am now not as sprightly as my veggies. Wednesday I have another circulation check and the 7th sees me on the table for more water works poking around, do you ever worry about not waking at these procedures? well I have made it back five times in the past three years.
Most of my school day friends must have passed on as I have no knowledge of any being around in the UK
We visited the local graveyard in the U/K last year, most of them pushing up the daises and providing vital nutrients for the ancient Yew Trees. Out living them must be a privilege; although in my case I have considered there is more to life than the joyless pursuit of good health and despite of this one doctor going back a couple of years consoled me by saying I was centenary material, so if that is the case you guys out there who get that feeling someone is crawling up their back when I visit their blog can settle down for I am here for the long haul.
Haven't heard from our P/Son lately; we hope he is well.
There will be a gathering of the clans during the wedding of my No two son's only daughter of his second marriage on the 25th of September, Nicole, Suzanne, Coral, Pamela, Rosemary B....r will be tying the Knot with Mitchell, Lalor, a policeman,
Well unless I have missed something normality is the present state of affairs, nothing unusual, there has been a downturn on the number of callers commenting on this site. so following this post I shall endeavour to produce something more palatable. I'll be off now for my Midday Nod , get back to you later. Vest.
Have a Fruitful week.
Monday, 30 August 2010
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