Saturday, 29 March 2008
Tuesday, 25 March 2008
Monday, 24 March 2008
The photo below was taken late this afternoon a few miles down river from us. Sunset over Suffolk. Some water still lying on the watermeadows. Snowed again today- intermitently. Didn't lie for long, but obviously a lot of water will soon be flowing down river. May well be some flash flooding on minor roads. As I said earlier, been a very social day, but I must say work done in workshop between times also went well; so an enjoyable and productive day. Goodnight all.
Sunday, 23 March 2008
Tuesday, 11 March 2008
Apologies to any of my commenters who may have found it impossible to comment over the last few days. I have been having problems with unwelcome commenters and one of my computer literate daughters suggested a means of making access more difficult for what she termed 'the creeps'. I didn't follow the instructions entirely correctly (not wisely but too well, as the chap said) and managed to lock out EVERYONE who wished to comment. She has given me more instructions, which I've tried to carry out to the letter; and, with a spot of quality control assistance from P.I. I think we're back to normal. Hope so anyway. Please comment and see. Many thanks, and may flights of angels guide you to your respective rests. Warm regards, Mike.
Saturday, 8 March 2008
Friday, 7 March 2008
Oh, by the way, above photo is of Terry and your blogger taken a while back at Sue and David's. Good night all.
P.S. Sorry Terry. Shouldn't tease.
Thursday, 6 March 2008
Sunday, 2 March 2008
A week or so ago we received an invitation to 'Supper and a Social Evening' in the Church Room at the URC, which took place on Friday evening, and was an unqualified success. It was to thank everyone who had helped to make the Ansell Club Lunches so popular, and their partners. There was a choice of two hot meals (chicken casserole and jacket potato or Chilli Concarne and rice). We both had the chicken -very good it was, too. There were four tables of about eight people each, and four quizzes to be done during the meal. This was a very good idea as we only knew one person well on our table, and discussing quiz questions whilst eating is a good way of breaking the ice. The prizes for the four quiz papers were tickets to the cinema club, and our table won two of them (but by common consent we gave the second ticket to the only table that hadn't won one, so that someone on every table had a ticket. I should have said that there was also a good selection of home made puddings, of which your blogger is ashamed to confess he sampled two. At the end of the evening we walked home feeling that everyone on our table was now a friend. One of them, a young man Tom, is going to call round tomorrow evening to help me sort out a couple of minor problems on this machine. He is a computer technician. Must knock off now, got a couple of 'phone calls to make before going to bed. Goodnight all.