Tuesday, 22 July 2014

Boy or Girl?

The eternal question asked by expectant mothers, well some as others just wait to be surprised. Gary says that if the mother to be is pretty during her pregnancy then it will be a girl as she does not have to drain her body of testerostone as it is a girl. No need for testerostone, boys need loads. Well my theory is if the mother is pretty during her time then it will be a boy, no need for her to loose her looks as it is a boy. Gary and I have decided to publish a scientific paper on this common question. Just to bring you up to speed, Claudia is blossoming in this pregnancy so I predicted a boy and I am seldom wrong, a boy it is. Questions will be asked in the House of Lords. Baron van Pregnacy is already complaining of this being some sexist ploy by men, well the fact do speck for themselves.
Michael has just got home from a week in Cornwall and looking very good. Also brought his girlfriend for a few days. Oh the excitement and pleasure of youth. 
One week later.
I know time flys, but it has been a very busy time. 
Dinner on the oven and waiting for Susan and the boys, Michael finishes at 5:30 this evening from the RNLI and Robert at 6. As they get older we expected to fetch and carry less but alas that has proved not to be the case, I really do not mind as the few minutes we spend in the car together is catchup time and well worth it.
Angel phoned to tell us about her move to a new home they have bought, 3 + 1 she called it so I would imagine 3 bedrooms and one bathroom. Hope they are settled now and Matt can weave his magic and create a 5 + 3 soon to compliment their families needs. Captain Ben would expect no less.
Well we are now at the end of a very relaxing weekend, Susan has topped up her tan, Michael has done another day of fund raising for the RNLI and Robert has slaved away at Staples keeping this fragile economy a float. We are about to have over priced pizza, delivered to our door, and I have a roast  chicken and roast vegetables in the oven, but that will keep, unlike the pizza, which, once cold, will forever be cold and dry. It is Sunday so I will just go with the flow. 

Tuesday, 15 July 2014

To life I surrender myself

To life I surrender myself in complete trust and you give me back myself, I am your servant in love and devotion. Such thought, such belief in nature. I was really moved by this lady who decided to go back to nature and have her baby in a stream in the middle of a forest in Canada. You can google her on YouTube or Facebook, not sure now. We are still infants when it comes to what the power of how nature can inspire. The awesome power of nature will surprise all for eternity. When we see Michael on those exotic islands, unspoilt, well in a western world perspective, so much virgin beach, clear water and humble people, not realising the treasure world they are living in.

I believe in love, without true love we just exist. Until you find the love you've missed
you're nothing. When you walk, let your heart lead the way and you'll find love. My feeling of inspiration on this 63rd birthday. I must concede it was an exceptional occasion, Warwick Castle and the Night at the Proms in the Castle grounds. Meeting very good friends of mine at the hotel and then the divine Susie Pie sorting out VIP tickets for them as well. A night of all the universally favourite classics, finishing with those great national anthems, inspiring stuff. Mark and Helen also gave me a t-shirt with the slogan saying 'Old Guys Rule' and under that 'A real standup guy', also a bottle of red wine from SE Australia, which topped it all. Thank you to all those who sent me greeting one way or another, really appreciate the thoughts.

David Gary Dickens took on his vows in Australia, a christening said to have been full of joy and happiness. I say this as I received an invitation to this christening but was unable to make it and would have loved to have been there. I have attached a great photo sent with the invite which I am sure you will all agree is just beautiful.