Post by InspectorLorac on Dec 9, 2016 20:40:05 GMT
Mr.L! Delighted to see your voice here in this safe harbour that is Sleepyville.Why only an hour or so Deadikins and I were chatting and your name came up.We were talking of the first IF meet up. Happy days! Do drop in again from time to time if you feel up to it. Don't worry about the Good Ship IF. She may be sunk but as you can see the lifeboats made it here and no doubt we'll pick up some stragglers and some new recruits along the way.
Hello mate. Sorry I'm not around much atm - I'm spreading myself rather thin across social media, and doing my small part to make Donald Trump's life as unhappy as possible. I'll be around though. We seem to show up on Google for people who persist!
It is when you are using what you have learned from books that you wish you had read more.
Hello all (again). You can't hide from me. Well, you can actually. And you probably weren't anyway.... but it makes me feel wanted to think that you were. So I'm here. I think I was yello on the other place. I'm not yello here obviously, but I'm not Edgar either. Edgar was my dog, a basset hound. I've got a photo of him somewhere, wearing sunglasses. I'll see if I can find it.
I'll go quiet whilst I catch up a bit. Oh, you may remember that I live in France. Well, that's not quite true now. I still do, off and on, but due to stuff that happens, you know, LIFE, I'm having to divide my time between the UK (Ludlow to be precise) and France.
I don't know what they say around here, something simple 'hello' maybe, as I'm still fairly new to the place.
It is a curious accent around here though, a right mash up of local influences; Welsh to the west, west Midlands to the east, Cheshire to the north and Hereford to the south. The more prevalent flavours being Welsh and west Midlands.
Isn't it? I'm growing very fond of the place. Big enough to have everything I need, small enough to not feel overrun. It seems very friendly too.
There's some great walking from here, beautiful countryside etc, so I'm not missing my part of rural France too much. The only downside (and it's not Ludlow's fault, it's the UK generally) is that I've stopped cycling. I really don't enjoy cycling around here; the roads are too busy and in quite a poor state. After France, it's too much for me - I was spoilt there.