Monthly Archives: July 2015

30 years ago

What happened 30 years ago this month?  LiveAid – yes yes… but more importantly Mrs F and I got married.  HOW long ago?!  Yes 30 years through fair wind and rough storms we’ve somehow stayed in the same rowing boat … Continue reading

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Behaving like an adult

One day just over a week ago I got one of those heart stopping moment phone calls.  It was my wife.  “Don’t worry”  Instantly you do.  “Our daughter has had a minor car crash”.  Heart rate up etc.  it was … Continue reading

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Exams… and melancholy memories

Yesterday was my final exam for this year on the course.   I was reasonably happy with how it went, little bit of bad time management in one bit.  Not quiet sure the example I quoted in another was good enough… … Continue reading

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The dumbness of decisions…

Anyone travelling around Kent or through St Pancras International in the last couple of days can’t have failed to notice the traffic chaos we have currently. This is due to the industrial action on the French side of the channel. … Continue reading

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