We drove down to theirs today for a family lunch. Mae and Denis were there but Bev couldn’t be there because she has a big meeting at work tomorrow and a lot of preparation to do.
The journey was a good opportunity to try out Ann’s new hire-car that is identical almost to the one she’ll be buying. It was a very comfortable drive down and the 1.4 petrol engine gave us over 40mpg – excellent!
After lunch, we all sat outside as it was another hot, dry day. Everyone was in good spirits and Oliver was his usual energetic self especially with ‘Uncle Stephen’. 🙂 Before I knew it, I was involved in a broomstick battle, but it came to an abrupt end when I broke one!
After a cuppa and some time to cool down, I helped Roger wire-up our old Sony DVD player to the TV in the play-room – that’ll keep Oliver happy! We also left our other spare DVD player with them for the guest room.
Jane’s popping up to ours in a few weeks’ time to pick-up some tips on general html design and graphics manipulation for her school’s web-site. So, we spent a bit of time online reviewing the ‘old’ and ‘new’ site for the school to get an idea for what might need changing.
Before we knew it, it was 4.15 and we decided to head home. We left at the same time as Mae and Denis and had a good run back too. We were home by 5.45.
I got into blogging quite late in life, not publishing my first post until 2004 – well into my 40s! My lifelong love of technology and communication (in all its forms), together with a fondness for the art of writing seemed to be the perfect combination to contribute a few words to the online community. But I’m no Samuel Pepys! If you’re looking for deep and meaningful comments on a variety of subjects, then you’ve arrived at the wrong site! I only pen for pleasure! On average, my posts appear about twice per month, covering family & friends, cinema visits, eating out, holiday experiences and techy stuff. Oh, and as this is my hobby, there are no sponsored links nor adverts here – it’s all done with love!
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