Fruitful lives

1 October 2012

A good friend of mine has just got married which meant me doing the support bit on the day including a few errands such as picking up the flowers etc. as well as helping to empty a bottle of Bucks Fizz that two other friends kindly produced a couple of hours before the start.
An intelligent lot they were at the “do” and the best speech of all had to be from the bride’s sister ( nice to have taken a modern approach with the speeches ).

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The driving test explained

9 September 2012

Follow this link to see  the scoring process of the driving test

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Booking the driving tests

9 September 2012

Follow this link to book your theory and practical driving tests

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Show Me Tell Me

9 September 2012

Follow this link to download the  “Show Me Tell Me” questions

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I was fortunate enough to be invited to the Stockport Quaker Meeting House recently by a neighbour. My first thought was that I would have to sit still for an hour and that just waiting to be led by The spirit would result in little more than an uncomfortable, fidgety session that would see my hyper active self longing for the finish. continue reading »

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• Consider the type of fuel you use and your style of driving. Diesel is more energy efficient than petrol, but is less suitable for short journeys.

• Clear your car of unnecessary clutter – on average, every 50kg of extra weight increases petrol consumption by up to 2%.
• Check your tyre pressure is correct to increase efficiency by up to 3%. continue reading »

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I’ve just read a thread on an Internet forum concerning  bloggers and about what it is they should be writing.  One respondent said that they would be asking what it was their customers wanted to know before putting pen to paper ( I still haven’t come across the eloquent computing equivalent of that expression ).

 

Anyway, I’m not sure about this – indeed, I suggest that the answer might be precisely to the contrary. After all, the blog itself isn’t really about the whys continue reading »

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I’ve transferred this old blog entry from my other site  – just because I want to and it seems the right thing to do – no other reason.

 

Posted on January 14, 2011, 5:14 pm on a previous blog.

Following surgery to remove her spleen earlier this week, Sandy, my little dog was found to have further complications and it soon became clear that continue reading »

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Pulling in on the left ( 1st gear )

Check mirrors
Off gas
Signal?
Hands to top of wheel
Steer left, right, left continue reading »

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I’ve just been lifted reading a little book by Gervase Phinn – one of the Quick Reads from Heaton Moor Library – called All These Lonely People . Feeling like something short and light, it seemed the perfect choice and, sure enough, I found myself laughing out loud as the priest lets one of the local youngsters called Matthew ( each of these characters being of the lonely in the title ) help him put together the Christmas things and the crib.
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