To wish you a Happy New Year, I have re-organised and re-done the site pages about my experiences at Glastonbury in 2011.
Go to Interests > Music > Glastonbury 2011
It is a very special one for me, I hope the new layout, thoughts and diary bring this across to you.
Once again, Happy 2014
Been a strange Holiday Season this year for a few reasons.
Christmas fell on a Wednesday and so the two day public holiday break was just that - two days.
For the first time in a few years, I was not able to have any leave from work to boost the time out, so in truth it was not worth dragging my Mum down for just the two days.
That taken into consideration it was quite a good one - I did traditional lunch for Chris, James and Tara on Christmas Day. I enjoy that and it always goes down a storm.
On Boxing Day, I went south to East Grinstead to get a train to London to visit my Mum. We had a nice and relaxed few hours.
Back to the factory on Friday, and tomorrow and 31st January working with just Stuart. Essentially to sort some post, bite my tongue and fill in some of my leave forms for 2014.
It has been a better break than I had dare hope for the Arsenal. Into the New Year on top of the Premier League. Currently Happy Days!!
Last week turned into 4 days at Stockley Park. Ho hum...
Back to "normal" this week, at Woodhatch on Monday, Tuesday and Friday.
Family for lunch on Christmas Day and then a spot of mothercare on Thursday (Boxing Day).
Currently the only issues are my not being able to source Brussel Tops (Savoy Cabbage will be first reserve) and the trains essentially not running on Thursday due to works on various lines.
Looks like I will have to go south to East Grinstead to get to London on a train.
To mark the 13th anniversary of her tragic death, I have written a bit about her on my website.
Not so much a blog... more a bit of a catchup over a cuppa
Hopefully wise without being a Wise Guy.