Starry, starry night . . .

It may well have been a starry, starry night, but I wasn’t awake to see it. However, the evidence was there this morning and as of midday shows plenty of signs of remaining in those spots the sun does not reach. In places looked like a light snowfall. The sempervivums, which grow on mountains so are used to hard circumstances look quite bonny, and the cyclamen seems OK – it is outside in the winter cold for therapeutic reasons as indoors it was covered in white fly. The bench was a present to my Father when he retired – which was in 1958 – so at 61 years of age it is doing quite well.

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Born 9 December 1933. Former Royal Air Force person. Retired Church of England Clergyman. Father. Grandfather, and now, Great Grandfather. Citizen of Europe and Fervent Remainer. Thinks that Members of Parliament and especially Ministers of the Crown, who lie to Parliament should be brought before a public tribunal where the evidence can be heard, and examined, and suitable penalties awarded.
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