Aimee was born in Canada, then her parents came back to England, then Aimee decided to move to Canada when she was 22, then she met Dustin. They are now on their way back to Canada to begin their married life together. A toast to the happy couple.
These are my good friends Julie and Frank, Aimee's parents. You couldn't wish for better friends. They are going to Spain for a couple of months soon, then they might move to Norfolk, or go back to Spain. I'm going to miss them, and Jessica their lovely blind spaniel.
You know how I cant bear to see waste, well, there was food left over from the buffet last night, which incidentally Dustin prepared because that's his job, head chef. Look what I brought home. I am chuffed to little mintballs, this is my food for the week.
Just as I thought I had a little lull in my life, it's got busy again. I'm off to another party tonight, same place in the club, with Julie. It is a 75th birthday party, and it's fancy dress. Not sure what I am going to go as yet.
Now I've got to dash to town, then I've got to sort out a load of stuff and price it up, to sell tomorrow at the cat show in Doncaster. If anybody is about I will be at Doncaster Dome all day.
Here is a little money saving tip for anyone who needs a medical, to apply for or renew an LGV or PCV licence. Also anyone applying for a taxi drivers licence. I rang my doctors surgery to ask how much it would be. Answer £106. Blow that for a game of soldiers I thought, so I rang a local driving school and asked if they knew where I could get it done cheaper. The nice man at Transafe Training Limited of Stallingborough gave me details of Getting a Medical.co.uk. I rang and have an appointment for Wednesday in Hull, I can get across the bridge on the bus, thus saving £6 in toll fees. Cost? £40. Good saving! And the medical is exactly the same as your own doctor would do. Rip off eh!
I have noticed it's getting a bit cold now, but I am determined to pile on the clothes and not put the heating on. They won't get any money out of me untill the temperatures plummet and I have an icicle hanging off the end of my nose, ha ha.