1. I was able to find some you tube clips of George Best, reminding me that football can be a beautiful game
2. The idea of ID cards in the UK was scrapped
3. Somebody I was a bit worried about has started communicating and writing again
2. My dog no longer has diarrhoea
3. I have managed to get out on my bike this year.
2. There is a good chance of getting some motorcycling in this weekend
3. I like this thread
3. That the wind in my face and the sun on my cheek and the rumble of my v-twin can transport me away from the craziness of this existence, even if only fleetingly.
I'm slowly but surely getting the dog trained.
I've got my first ripe tomato of the year and it's not even midsummer yet.
George Pitcher leaves Daily Telegraph. None Brits might not know of him...............Take my word, he's an absolute twat, refered to by thinking folk as "George of the 6th form"
1. When I gently woke my 103yr old client this morning she opened her eyes, looked at me and said "hello, it's lovely to see you".
2. The two lovely young people I married this afternoon wrote fabulous vows and spoke them clearly with passion. Not a dry eye
3. My youngest daughter has become a woman (but for goodness sake please don't tell her I told you ) and I remembered where I put her copy of The Manual, "Our Bodies Ourselves", for this auspicious day. (which, incidentally, has a pic of our very own Big Mamma in it )
Got out motorcycling
Got some work done I wanted to finish
Was spoiled for fathers day
Calling it a manual hardly seems appropriate!Fia wrote:...I remembered where I put her copy of The Manual
Fame at last! Send royalties to the usual address...(which, incidentally, has a pic of our very own Big Mamma in it )
There are three fundamental questions for anyone advocating Brexit:
1. What, precisely, are the significant and tangible benefits of leaving the EU?
2. What damage to the UK and its citizens is an acceptable price to pay for those benefits?
3. Which ruling of the ECJ is most persuasive of the need to leave its jurisdiction?
2. I am going to Brighton to visit a friend this evening.
3. So far as I can tell, I am not in today's Times' obituary column. (if I'm wrong on that last point, please don't enlighten me.)
It was a beautiful day for a walk to the hospital.
According to my cardiac check-up I am still alive.