A Short Update

Well some things are coming along nicely, other things not so nicely. The new flat looks more like a home every day with rooms getting decorated and all our belongings finding their homes but sadly any sort of internet connection seems to be further away.
Getting my budget to the point where I know I can afford to pay for the net is the main stumbling block. I guess this is going to be a longer sabbatical than I first imagined it ever would be. I miss you all and can only look forward to a day when I am back regularly reading my friends blogs and posting on mine again, it’s just when that day will be!
Anyway I hope you are all well and that life is being kind to you.


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  1. Glad to hear from you Trevor and good to read that your move has progressed so well, and the new flat is becoming a lovely home for you,, you are being missed… and sorry to hear about the Internet budgeting problems. Fingers crossed that you’ll find some way of getting online… Take care and see you soon hopefully… xPenx

  2. Thanks for the update Trevor! Happy to know you are making a home.
    You are missed.
    Have to agree with Pen – hope you find a way of coming back to us…

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