Sunday, April 03, 2005

2 Moor End


2 moor end, my humble abode Posted by Hello

Here is my new home. As this house is not owned by a family it looks a little shabbier than the rest. The top left window looks out of my tiny room. There is a nice yard out back with a brick wall surrounding it. Nature has started to reclaim much of the yard and the brick wall is bursting with plant life. Part of it actually has a small tree growing out of it. But as the tree is starting to flower it looks kind of nice. And there are quite a few daffodills in bloom right now.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi sweetie.

This is Dad just checking in with you. I like your pictures, the neighbors field looks the way I thought the English country side would look like. Do the woolies understand you with your American accent. Your house looks like a proper little house. No comment on the jet lag picture other than watch out for the Pubs, I heard the English like to drink fast because the Bars close up early. Just kidding, it's always nice to see your smiling face.
No news other than the Mariners opening day game is Monday at Safeco Field. I guess that's still tommorrow for you with you being 8 hrs ahead in Greenwich Mean Time. I think the Mariners are going to be great to watch this year ( as long as their pitchers do better than last year ) I guess to get your baseball fix you with have to go down to the cricket pitch and hit the ball around with a flat bat. Cheerio, All my Love Dad

April 04, 2005 7:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Kid,

I wanted to wish the best at work and hope things are going well.
It must be day two at the salt mines.ha ha Are you getting enough rest yet. 14 hr days will wear on you at first. When I first went to Alaska to work construction, I worked 7 12's and it seemed like the only thing I did for the first few days was work and sleep. But your still young and a tuff kid so I know you will hang in there. You'll build up to it fast.
If it gets real wearing know there is always a new day tommorrow. I remember when I was crab fishing, working on deck, dark to dark and the sea's would be smoking, I'd start thinking, what am I doing here in the middle of nowhere. To get thur I would tell myself I can do anything for 24 hrs, (somethimes I would have to tell myself the next day too). Now I think fondly of those days as good experiences, especially when I flew back from Alaska to you being born. Sorry to get mushy and bore you, but I just wanted to ask about your first day work. Keep looking up, Love Dad

April 06, 2005 4:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi there,

my name is reu´ven and this is exactly the place i stayed during jan. this year! say hello to dan and the boys over in the fat duck!

April 22, 2005 3:29 PM  

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