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Police locate missing woman, 80, safe and well at Budgewoi | Lakes Mail

Police locate missing woman, 80, safe and well at Budgewoi | Lakes Mail

Rosemary Found .

      Two hours ago Rosemary was spotted in bushland some three kls away by a police helicopter and was taken to Wyong Hospital I was advised to stay at home and son Chris is there now,   I fell asleep for the past two hours.  I am waiting for more info.  Vest.

Rosemary is missing

My wife was last seen at 930 PM last night . it has been a busy night with umpteen police vehicles and a dog unit searching without any luck until 3 Am and there are police all around the  area searching, I am worried stiff and it comes after an unrewarding day to say the least, Up at 630 yesterday  fixed her brekky dressed her  sent her to care 9-15 AM while I took my (U) sample to pathology, i10 AM inspected rental House -no luck,. Came home prepared  lunch and dinner, !-30 PM went to shops  Lotto, banking, post office and the Dentist for 40 mins, we had dinner at 4 PM I then went to the dentist to collect dentures at 4-50 PM and on returning to the car  I gashed my RT leg when I opened the door- lost a leg full of blood hobbled to the Doc surg where it was bandaged and they phoned Chris who came down walking to the surg with Rosemary, was sent to emergency 12 ks distant back in 90 mins at 7 30  made a cuppa then watched the pommy chase on TV until 9-30 PM when Rosemary went to the t


     It was twenty years ago when My wife and I finally retired and sold the large six bed home  with pool and other trappings and moved to the Central Coast of New South Wales  OZ.      We bought a  two bed relocatable home in Budgewoi and lived there for nearly four years until changes to our surroundings became untenable and we sold up and rented a  waterfront property together  with our eldest son. .We lived there for nearly five years until the place was sold and we moved to where we are now living A two storey 4 bed DG ; we have been here nearly eleven years. And we shall be moving again soon as the owner decided to sell the place after we requested a new bath be installed with the cost being shared. However, we are in a bit of a tizz; it being near the festive season and thirty days notice when time starts  when notice is served..        Our intention is to stay local, despite the offer of a years rent in advance if he fixed the bath problem, The owner can go and jump. . we ar

I am Indisposed.

      Sorry, But I am beset with a host of problems; not fiscally but home and health wise which I shall endeavour to explain to you in good time or as soon as time allows. hope to return soon. Vest Daily gaggle.

Sydney Sin City

Do not  read further if you are squeamish.                                                                                                                                                            SYDNEY; CITY OF SIN versus PARIS and STOCKHOLM. plus 'A Brothel Smell.'   Followers of  St Thompson De Brothel discarded MP. and serial Porn wanker, who are the ardent readers of The Sydney Daily Telegraph 's Pornography pages to wit the  Brothel daily classifieds, may soon find their sordid  wick dipping escapades fiscally out of reach, that is should our grafting miscellaneous Govt bodies throughout Australia follow the laws on prostitution in those of two major European countries. French Politicians  have set in stone; laws which that will make the clients of prostitutes liable for fines starting at 1,500 Euros  - Equiv to Aus$2250. The anti - prostitution legislation was approved by the French lower house National Assembly and is expected to receive Senate approval 


WORDS ON WEDNESDAY STARS. RAIN. SMELL. BLOOD. MOON. SHADOWS.                     MY STORY , Hackney, London. England 1926.                      There were no bright (STARS) to herald my arrival into this world on The Sixteenth day of July 1926, only claps of thunder and lightning and pouring (RAIN) which had disrupted the electric power and darkened the skies now devoid of the customary summer (MOON)  (SHADOWS) and an expression of deep concern from  my parents and the local midwife struggling in the candle light  midst the (SMELL) of  (BLOOD) hot water and sweat., Who wondered how they were going to support this new addition to the family on an already overstretched budget.                       1926 was not a good year to enter the world. There was much political strife, coupled with industrial strikes, job shortages and a generally undernourished population, very few people escaped the deprivations that continued into the early nineteen  thirties. However, I survived to t