Another strange occurence in the countryside as children grouped together to celebrate a higher power and the importance of vegetables in a rural economy with little/no farming. A father's sceptical side battled with the obvious outpouring of pride as he watched the little ones belt out some blinders.
A little ditty from our host There was a young lady called Zoe Whose name I didn't quite knowy I thought it was dolly or even miss Polly I always get names wrong, by heavens good golly Now I have got it, at last I remember, her real name is Glowie
Six years and counting with a birthday party tomorrow to celebrate. How she perceives us as a family is interesting - Julie looks like she's the top dog but does have an alarming similarity to a senior member of the Nazi party.
No pictures of the actual event which was careless and related to consumption. In general fine weather and a load of being outdoors. The beach at Bexhill on Sea alongside a few walks on the South Downs made the list of highlights.
Trying to get my head around how you can use Google+ videos & photos on other websites. Not as straight-forward as I would have hoped which is annoying given that Google+ was set up to be an open platform. - Functionality of auto-uploading in Android makes life a load better & the styling of auto-awesomes [...]
As the closing phrase says, same procedure this year? Same procedure every year! Sorry but no Christmas cards from me again this year - please get used to this Merry Christmas to all and onwards to 2014
We aspire to many things in life. Some of them achievable and some far from achievable (in this lifetime) 1) Achievable - seeing all your children wonder off into the world equipped with the skills they need to flourish. From small foot-steps come great strides - and the first day seeing young Zoe in school [...]