my belief in 'Trust' has been at an all time low...
but not lost. Time to move
told me that
worry too much
but I just keep on
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a good day, as the arm took control.
awake, when Tony A arrived to help me clear my shed
but was so pleased to find my 45s, especially
Green Eyed God, by Steel Mill,
and was disappointed that my present Vinyl player
didn't appear to play at 45, causing me to re-organise my A\V setup through
late, but enjoyed a further clear-out of the shed
and enjoyed finding my 'tapes' of more past music
and a letter to my Dad, from Buckingham Palace,
before a visit to the supermarket
and a penultimate weekend chat, with John, the 'Woody's' Landlord.
phoned and it was lovely to hear a female voice on waking,
as I listened to the answer machine later,
got on the road in time
out to Macclesfield, to help sort out Liz
happily listening to the old 'cassette tapes' that were also found in
before returning home in time for a Sunday banter, as Tony A arrived
in the evening.
stuff done, in the morning, before, next door but 2, for 9 years, Paula
a stranger, and, after I accepted her PC challenge, I enjoyed the lingering
scent and smile
before Chris M popped in to update his website,
and have a nice chat,
following the sad loss of his Dad, a really nice chap,
before a usual Monday 'old blokes' session in the Woody later.
a brief visit from Tom C in the afternoon, swapping phones,
I prepared myself
for a possible night-out in Chester, but was equally
to spend the 'local's farewell'
evening with John, the Landlord, in the
Woody, in his nearly ex-pub.
my Chapter stuff done for April
before a good 'open and close' meeting at Whitby Lodge, in the evening,
and enjoyed chatting in the bar, later, and, on returning home,
the 45 rpm button on the record player
and really enjoyed hearing 'forgotten' singles, memories, again,
of Eden, CCS,
a good day, as the arm took control of my attention again.
A popped in with some cans, and I felt better.
and prepared myself to get across to the Woody
but was concerned that Ernie was missing.
M popped in, in the evening, with a bottle of wine.
for a Chinese meal with some other friends of John H, the Woody's landlord,
and then got locked in, till the early hours, appreciating the hard work
that John and Lucy
had put into creating a good community space, before a dodgy Video card
took out my TV pc.
myself at a superb evening with Hooton Park,
thanks to John B's invite again,
but felt guilty leaving early
as I went on to the Woody, to wish John H and Lucy
Luck' in their retirement.
across to Michael H's home
and then to Paula's, next-door-but-2 (opposite Michael H),
and felt good, after leaving their PCs, especially after Paula's hug,
sufficient to enjoy a pint in the Woody later, with Scotty and Nick,
despite the crowds of 'young females' and their erstwhile escorts.
first Wife's Birthday
by the end of the 6-Nations Rugby matches,
but gladdened by Tony A's delivery of some wood-mulch, from his chopped
and we shared a pleasant pint later, in the Woody.
a lovely E-card from Sheena
before Tony A arrived for our Sunday moan about Women's infidelities and
but managed to get myself into trance later, and a restful sleep,
manage to convince myself to get up any earlier.
off two alarms in the morning and yet slept till early afternoon, again,
and missed Brian B' kind visit, with his interpretation of my fond 'Scargill'
but managed to moisturise sufficiently for a Monday pint with Ernie, in
to get up, mid-day, and get out to collect the undelivered 'registered'
from last Thursday, and, after Chris
M had popped in, for a friendly chat, and a nice phone chat
with Nick L
later, after I'd sorted my Chapter stuff, attending an unattended committee
meeting, I ended up in the Woody for the last hour, and then got into
and wondered... at how I would have done things differently.
pleased that I can chat with Sally, my first Love (in harmony with her
via the computer, and would enjoy chatting with Gill sometime, as
with any of my past Loves,
if I were to bump into them again, and would probably look up Brenda,
Erika, Chris, etc.
on the Internet, wishing them all kind thoughts, if I could remember their
but I'm proud that none of my past 'female' explorations have left any
OK, I'm sorry Heidrün.
some housework done, aware of Anthea's
and felt good with a nice bath of lotion... but moved,
while attached to my mp3 player... whooops.
M popped in, and he managed a couple of hours of relaxation
before his lads started to phone\bother him, and, after he had to leave,
I enjoyed popping across to the Woody for a chat with Phil P and his Son,
John popped in, and I'm looking forward to a Plas Teg vigil next week,
before a committee meeting interrupted our chat and, after dropping my
minutes at home,
I enjoyed good conversation in the Woody's bar again.
a phone call from Sarah, I was happy to pop into Chester
to pick her, and Lee, up, before she cooked up a lovely Mexican meal
and we also shared a couple of games of Scrabble... a lovely evening.
A popped in for our Sunday evening chat.
about the arm and enjoyed the last hour in the Woody.
wasted day with the arm but enjoyed an hour in the Woody later.
A popped in again in the afternoon
before we met again later in the evening for a pint in the Woody
and I'm pleased with how he's coping with the post-divorce house-sale.
up in time to meet Kate, a nice Lady, on Nick L's recommendation,
and a Paranormal John visit, before a good Chapter practice, early
and then I enjoyed a rain soaked visit to the Woody before closing.