Just when you need a few months of miserable grey skies and frequent daily rain. It's almost like mother nature is deliberately baiting us. Stay at home and survive in misery or go out enjoy the beautiful weather and potentially due of a horrible virus.
Landed in UK 01/04, met up with Father Jack (think it's last time I saw him), drive from Manchester to Southampton next day. Met another town fan at Watford Gap services to buy his match ticket. This was bought via a TWTD pm, but his handle on here eluded me (richasporov??)
Saw a range rover being driven extremely erratically the HAR750N. Hmm I wonder?
On arrival in Southampton booked into a B&B then went on the... err for some refreshments.
Commentary on above clip is Chinese and may as Well be describing a grey painted wall drying for the lack of emotion they express.
Couple of good efforts from Reuser and of course Stewart's hat trick.
The other day the thread about goal of the season... How could I have forgotten Mowbray at Blackburn.
Lived in Manchester, drove up early took family swimming. I seem to recall they had an adventure pool. We all went to the game, youngest 18 months old, oldest as 3 years 9 months, she sang all the way thru the game. She will be 24 next birthday and is a software developer.
Effectively 3 months paid holiday, think of all the exciting things I can do places to see... A guided tour of the living room Play ready steady cook with what's left in the fridge Unlimited bedroom aerobics Swim the length of the bath
Company are going to do this with about 300 paye.
Only thing important is health, hoping to still be here in 3 months
10 years ago European skies were closed down due to dust from an Icelandic volcano, like then this morning I woke up thinking something was wrong.
Then I remembered
We are on one of the main Heathrow landing paths, from the silence of night around 4am daily planes drone overhead as the lose thousands of feet in altitude. We are used to it, so sleep thru it... But now it's not there...
Like 10 years ago we were getting requests for journeys to / from UK all over Europe as folks decided they didn't want to share train / plane space with the masses. This is hugely profitable, however, I had to suggest the policy makers prepare contingency plans for supporting chauffeurs stuck overseas in the event of eurotunnel lockdown, so we only took them as far as terminus in France and used affiliates for the balance.
Today I am wondering if I will be needed tomorrow, surely everyone has been repatriated by now or will the growing number of networked bookings keep me going to work for now.