Still trying to catch up after last week. I still have problems which is embarasiing. Lets suffice to say I have problems sitting all due to old problems with piles.
I have had a very nice letter from the person who asked me to give the long talk last Wednesday.. Appaerntly he has recieved very positive feedback from the audiance. I hadtwo people approach me at the end asking if I would give their own group a talk. I have just found out some information that was published the day after the talk. They are planning to plant 73,000,000 trees in the Amazon. Great news and just whar is needed. As I told everyone last week, If we keep hearing bad news all the time about the enviorment we can easily get depressed. But a dose of good news gives us hope and will also inspire people to do their bit.Sorry Jules, getting on my soapbox again.
I havent done any turning for a few weeks now. I am getting towards the end of my latest story and am now on page 26. Am also working on a bumper Christmas newsletter complete with some seasonal Jokes. Yes Our grass is still growing and have had to cut it again last week and it may well need another if the ground is not too wet. One of my good friends in the woodclub hasnt been well for sometime and am going to see him tommorrow He runs a raffle at our meetings and the tombola at our show and dont think he wiil be able to do it this year unfortunately.Hope he soon improves.
My latest batch of chestnuts are not only far cheaper but also a lot better and tasier The gasometer near us is now fully taken down and has altered the skyline quite considerably. Have got to book appiontments for my eye test (Glasses) and a visit to the vampires den for a blood test for my psa for my prostate cancer. We still have rose's blooming in the back garden..
My laptop did a several hour back up and allthough all my programs are still there, they seem to be hidden and I am having problems accessing some of them Grrrr
Hope you had a good weekend and also have a good visit tommorrow when you see your mum.
Take care and I wish you and you family well, Brian.