Such a busy 24hours , I nearly didn’t have time to mould, model,glaze and fire my blue plaque. Tonight I was visiting a friend at St.Mary’s Hospital, Paddington , where I was born …so i thought it was about time Alexander Fleming’s plaque came down and mine went up ”Little Rachey Brown ‘ was born here. I bet I could have discovered penicillan anyway- i think it was on my weeks worth of school packed lunch sandwiches , when I’d left them in my bag – a ‘Bender Burger ‘at the Wimpey was far more exciting.
Amy , my fellow team mate ( remind me never to be on the same team as Stu and Flo – and NEVER give them the power of the stopwatch ), has just solved a mystery for me- where had my dark rum gone? Into the choctails made after my midnight departure – consequences were about to start and at 51 ,I draw the line at that ( plus I was tired).
I bought a book of walks from Amazon for 1p .Pity it was about 10 years out of date. Claire and Bob , joined John and I in West Wycombe at the oldest garden centre in the UK ,after our session at CBC. for a 5mile round walk in The Chilterns- turned out to be about 10 miles with all our back doubles, getting lost in the woods , and climbing over barbed wire ( ouch ) detours- beautiful views though and a fab winter picnic.
Coach Trip started in Croydon – Grandma and I should have been there.