Monday, December 25, 2006

Seasons Greetings

We're almost at the end of another year. It's a time to share with friends and family. To watch the kids faces as they open their presents and to reflect on the past 12 months. As I look back over this last year I can be content with many things. After the terrible year my Dad had in 2005 he has gone from strength to strength and is doing fantastically well, more than we could ever have hoped for. My mother in law, a fantastic lady, beat cancer and is also enjoying her life to the fullest. My kids are all strong and healthy and I'm proud of each and every one of them. All my brothers and sisters are doing well in their chosen fields and their kids are doing fine also. I am doing OK. Like I said in previous posts I'll never be a millionaire but I'm content to get by as I do. I'll have to try harder to look after myself health-wise but it's a constant battle. I'd like to thank all the people who contributed comments to my blog and to those that read it but don't feel like commenting, which in turn keeps me interested in writing it. I will endeavour to post often and hopefully I will have more interesting tales to tell you as and when they occur.

All that remains is for me to wish everybody a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous and Happy New Year 2007.


John said...

Very well done for 2006,
All thevery best for 2007

Anonymous said...

Merry Christmas mate, keep the blog up, if ever I have a bad day, I read about yours and think my days actualy been not too bad!

The Kipper is upon us once more, and cabs a plenty will be trawling the streets for work.

Heres a couple of under used ranks to think about which have a good supply of work all year round, but are devoid of Taxi's.

Tooley Street (opposite the fountains)

Queen Marys Hospital rank in North Wharf Road.

IBM on the South Bank.

I avoid the stations as getting on a rank is a nightmare, I also cannot see the point in starting before lunch as its desperate until then.

B Lucky.

Terry F.

Anonymous said...

Hope you and yours had a lovely Christmas and 2007 will be a great year for you!

Oh, and keep on blogging. I just love to read your stories!

Jackie xx

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year my friend!