It's the small things that does it, am I right?
Walking around in the nice neighborhood of Tytherington in Macclesfield really made me feel like walking in the Harry Potter landscape - more than ever before! And when I came across three families all having same funny looking garden furnace - that did it! It's apparently a South American import and very popular indeed. Lyn used it for getting rid of old wooden fencing, Ken said it was great to keep hot during the evening if people still wants to sit outside. Mind you the number of midgets, moscitos or similar is negligable in these places. Perhaps too windy?? Welcome to Sweden and enjoy our summer - you may even get biten...
Just look at the engineering and the design. You cannot even put the water kettle on top of it.
If I ever get to the Cock & the Pheasant in Bollington again I must remember not only look in the menues for their great Fajitas BUT also the walls!! Second suggestion is to ask the staff...bit shy there, when it came to it.
Thirdly, watch out for the drivers next time we are around. Who knows who may be the most experienced driver by then...
Oh, I didn't say, we returned back from a fabulous holdiay trip to the wonderful friends we have in Macclesfield. It was the third week of July 2014. So special for the whole family to be together and see some of the places and people we care dearly for. Andy and Julie Miezejewski (-ish...) kindly opened up their mansion for us. I am not sure where Andy or George slept. However they never woke up grumpy or mean dispite the hot summer weather.
It is my profound wish and dream that we will be offered the opportunity to extend our gratitude by having as many of you across here in not too distant a future! We should make up plans... If the Brits invade Scotland and the Swedes invade Norway...then we surrender flat and let the Norwegians rule with their oil and I am sure the Scots would manage the UK economy better than anyone else. Then we would be close to neighboring countries?
Below is the true story in whichAnna Blixt describes our journey that begun the summer of 2008 and was never really ended. Now more than five years ago the disease still lingers although Anna has been cleared to 100%. The marks still remain...
The whole article is in Swedish. Should Google Translate fail please let us know and we can provide an English translation. We apologise for not being able to provide the same offer to other cultures of equal value and splendidness. We have limited lingual abilities. Sorry.
Here follows Anna's words as she phrased it preparing for a service at our local church:
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