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Well, the last 12 months have been exhausting I must say.
We sold the business, moved, renovated, Dad died, Mum got cancer and one of my sisters who’s asthmatic, had a particularly bad attack ending her in hospital for a number of weeks after we nearly lost her. My son’s been in and out of hospital with non life-threatening injuries, my middle daughter took an injury to her shoulder at work and she’s still being treated. My oldest daughter got married. (Best apart of the year!) MM’s Dad was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease so we’ve organised home care for his parents and made safety adjustments around their house so they can live there longer.
We have weathered the storm of Mum’s illness. We’ve got her back (minus a boob) and we are looking forward to getting some sort of normality back. Chemo finished. Radiation finished.
For those who have travelled…
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Nuestro guía nos pasa a buscar temprano por la mañana y empezamos a recorrer los 83 kilómetros que separan El Calafate del Parque Nacional Los Glaciares, hacia el sur, para visitar el ventisquero más imponente del planeta: el Perito Moreno. El Parque Nacional ha sido declarado Patrimonio de la Humanidad por UNESCO en el año 1981, ocupa una superficie total de 724.000 hectáreas y se encuentra en una zona de transición, donde conviven especies típicas del bosque con las características de la estepa patagónica.
A la luz del otoño, el bosque se despliega en tonos intensos que oscilan entre el amarillo dorado y el rojo ciruela, donde águilas moras y patos de los torrentes conviven con guanacos y huemules. Miles de años atrás, el paisaje estaba cubierto por glaciares que dieron forma a las montañas con su avance, al excavar valles entre las laderas rocosas. El cambio climático…
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When getting the tube, it is common courtesy to walk on the left. Be it a staircase, a walkway or platform, you must walk to the left. So why is it when I am hurrying around like a typical Londoner, NOBODY WALKS ON THE BLOODY LEFT?
Especially when I am running late to work, they seem to come out in masses. They clog up the stairwells, as people have to shuffle their way around them. They make walking down a platform a nightmare. You just want to get out of the platform before the next overcrowded trains pulls in bringing more unsuspecting commuters.
Us Londoners deal with all sorts of unpredictable challenges: Tube strikes, signal failures and engineering works.
They must have 2 left hands, because it clearly says on the stairwells ‘keep left’. Or perhaps they mistook it for walk on both sides.
The most ironic thing is when…
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