17 days later - and the world has changed
my goodness you know some days Id kill for a cod piece now there was an intelligent piece of male attire.
that room for the family jewels, nice and airy, not like todays pants, cramping everything in, making life uncomfortable.
driven to Scotland, crossed the border, and it was instantly grey and raining, yup I said Im in Scotland for sure, no wonder
they brew the whiskey you need it up there cant say I did any looting and pillaging though.
its all terribly sad, for this week I have lost a dear friend and colleague, - a surrogate Granddad I guess, and almost namesake
died suddenly en route to Glasgow on the train and today I drove my Parents to Lockerby sadly notorious as the
crash site of PAN AM Flight PA 103 in 1988 to collect his personal effects.
last couple of weeks have been hectic hence my lack of dairy entry here those of you which I guess is all of you who
know my stumble upon blog will see that I have been busy enough there then again that is an expression of my interests mostly diversionary ones. It is pretty difficult having to break the sad news of some ones unexpected death
time and again internationally over the phone.
Karl left The Burrells for Glasgow the last brief journey
for the dear, cosmopolitan gentlemen and international traveller we visited my Dad in hospital.
now home after a five days in the care of Carlisle Hospital trust had and is recovering, well thank God, from Pancreatitus - in his case of indeterminable cause; all I can say is dont go there its really painful.
and Paul celebrated their wedding anniversary taking a trip to Spain followed by a wedding in Portugal too typically my
Dad falls ill a couple of days before they were due to fly but sensibly I think they took their holiday break little Paul/a
is doing well by all accounts.
good news personally on a purely Charles related front is that of course I have been able to talk to some dear friends and
they know who they are especially you *points*
way *points* - as you wish this is a new blog entry.