♬♬♬♬ In a Shady Nook ♬♬♬♬
♬♬♬♬ By a Babbling Brook ♬♬♬♬
Oh dear here we go again someone mentions running water and I need to go for a wee
|Don't mention running water|
and here we are again, the start of another day in the south of England, when I woke this morning I put on the radio as usual and they were playing a song from the 1940,s sung by Donald Peers. I can remember my Grandmother playing that on an old Radiogram in the early 1950,s Me and Mum Lived with my Grandparents after I was born in 1943 until 1946 when dad came home from the war, Grandmother was a very upright and strict woman as I remember.
|My Grandparents Frederick and Annie Maria Hubbard|
another positive outlook for today is that it is a very clear and sunny day, Blue skies and sunshine does make one feel better, so hopefully it will at least stay like it for the rest of the day as the forecast for tonight and the next few days is Rain,Sleet, Snow and plummeting temperatures so it seems like winter is making an appearance.
|Looks like it is time to get out the thermal underwear|
|Getting the Morning Paper|
That was an enjoyable stroll round to the paper shop, so now it is a coffee in order and get the crosswords completed , I read the article in the paper and it is unbelievable what these politicians come up with, they cut benefits for the disabled and the aged, they cut the police force, the NHS, and emergency services they cap public worker pay rises to 1% and then they are demanding that they get a 32% pay rise Plus an increase in Expenses,
Once I have finished lunch and taken the Methotrexate, I go and get the washing up done and then prepare the vegetable for tonight,s dinner and then as it is 2.00 I decide to get todays Journal written and posted early so that it is all done before the methotrexate kicks in.
The Journal is now done for today so will now get it posted and then I can settle down in the recliner for a relaxing evening of TV with dinner at 6.00. so until tomorrow I will say Cheerio.