A long week
and a long day
and no blog entries
which means none of you
have had to read my
for nearly a week.
Still you can't get away with it for any longer.
I'm going to ramble about
the election
(in the UK).
So, we've had our 3 tv debates
I've seen just one.
And was enough to convince me
that they all have big issues
and probably hate each other
and maybe would want the power of leadership
at all costs
And that leads them
to be pretty aggressive
and pretty focused
on them selves.
It would be nice if they thought about the rest of us
for once.
I think this next week
will be a long one too.
But the year ahead
for the election winner
will be very very long.

Sunny Shine
And must be a t least 20 degrees
And that means that the nettles
And other such nasties are rampant
And having a great time
And taking over the garden
And trying to sting me to death.

And maybe, just maybe I should just blast everything in sight
And kill anything that's green
And then buy concrete.
And have no more worries about hands
And arms and face
And ankles and legs
And stinging stinging stinging

And talking of useless things which might pop up anywhere
And sting you....... less than 2 weeks now
And the election will be over.
And so we'd all better start spending before VAT goes up to 20%
And stack the bought items in our cellars
And think about when we could possible use, eat, drink play with it all.
And we better start campaigning
And waiting for the follow up election in 12 months time.
And pray that it's not another hung parliament.

Happy St George's Day

How about a bit of Shakespeare to celebrate:

This royal throne of kings, this sceptred isle,
This earth of majesty, this seat of Mars,
This other Eden, demi-paradise,
This fortress built by Nature for herself
Against infection and the hand of war,
This happy breed of men, this little world,
This precious stone set in the silver sea,
Which serves it in the office of a wall
Or as a moat defensive to a house,
Against the envy of less happier lands,--
This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England.

Same day, same place, different outcome

Norwich Cathedral

couple of little peeks of the big church in Norwich
through the blossom

In the garden
Warm sunshine
Blossom, cut grass
Not much on my computer screen because of said warm sun reflecting
Lots of different birds, not knowing what they are or where they are - but a definite orchestra
Hot cup of tea - can't taste hot I suppose, so just tasting tea
Volcanoes, ash, air planes, and such like
Believing there is ash in the sky - but I can't actually see it
I could be sat here all day, because it's just 100% grand.

Things what I saw
on my lovely walk
at Blakeney
The 5 hares were ace
but I had the wrong lens!

First cut
of the grass today
nearly used a whole tank
of petrol
but pleased with the result
and hope I don't have to do it every week.

First cut
of my our website today
looking good
full testing next week.

First cut
of the golf today
Half way through the Masters
Tiger looking good.
Which is good

30 days to go
before the general election
how much fun I am going to have watching grey suited men
and grey dressed women
hold babies
make non-keep-able promises
and generally bore me
wonder if that's why it's called general
generally boring
generally unbelievable
all I wont to know is
will VAT go up to 20% of 21%

Easter Sunday is
life changing
and is definitely worth thinking about in terms what you - yes you - personally think about the truth that this man, who history and evidence has to admit is a reality, claimed to be God. Either he was or he wasn't. If he wasn't, then go ahead and ignore him, for he is a fraud, a deceiver and isn't worth a moments attention. Or he was. If he was indeed the creator of the Universe, and the creator of you, maybe he is worth a thought and like millions of other people around the world over the past 2000 years you too can discover that he brings you purpose, meaning, joy and life itself.

Golly, nearly a week
since I last wrote
and that's because
I've not been home.
But I am now.
So how about I write something.
Random and not connected.
My car cost me lots of pennies this week
brake pads, discs, pipes.
My teeth cost a few pennies
bit of scale and polish
highly recommend for everyone.
Some similarities between car mechanic and teeth mechanic?
FlyBe took me on a trip to Manchester
very nice
Virgin Trains brought me down to London
very nice
National Express Trains East Anglia threw me about a bit
not good -but did get me back to Norwich.
Helped by a lovely lunch from Marks and Spencer.
The trip to Manchester was to remember Joan
my 'grandma'
who died
And is now, I imagine, singing all those hymns she loved
with a multitude of angels.
It was great to remember her
she was indeed a very fine lady.
Now I'm getting ready for Easter.
Happy Easter everybody!

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