Welcome back, Dear Reader.
This has been a quiet month by normal standards, but enjoyable and thought provoking none the less.
On 2 March - about a week after our first visit, we took in another trip to see the Great Lego Safari at RHS Wisley.
As it was the penultimate day, the site was heaving - we had never known so many visitors at Wisley.
Pre-booking an entry time meant a walk straight to the Glasshouse, and in truth it was hard not to look smug again as we walked past the very long ad-hoc entry queue.
We left shortly after seeing the Lego Safari exhibits, but went back a couple of weeks later
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The following weekend (9/10 March), the weather was not too good with high winds and rain, so we chilled and had an easy one.
On 17 March, Jenny, Layla and I popped back to Wisley to have a Spring Stroll <More Here>
Then, seemingly out of nowhere (I had forgotten the date due to workplace shenanigans), on 22 March I went up to the Barbican Centre in London to witness James' Graduation with the OU - he is now a BA (Hons.) Engineering. Brilliant and thought provoking !
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Of less interest and entertainment is the Brexit Fiasco trundling on and on.
I just can't see how or why this is happening or how the outcome is going to beneficial to any one, let alone the UK.
The elected officials all seem to have agendas, none appearing to even want to help sort the Cameron/Johnson/Farage derived mess out.
Hopefully, by the time I continue with this Blog string, something will be finalised.
Until then, take care Dearest Reader.
Adieu and pip pip !!