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Midland Red
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1 of 6  Fri 18th Dec 2015 9:09am  
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For the sake of balance (versus "Pet hates") Mine include (in no specific order): Our grandchildren Historic Coventry - the site and the forum "Sounds of the 60s" Messi, Suarez, Neymar Chris Harris racing - and memories of Nigel Boocock Breaking down a brick wall in family history research Fish and chips with Philip Sunny days out with the camera Kleine Scheidegg
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Canley
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2 of 6  Fri 18th Dec 2015 12:35pm  
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Being back in Coventry to live.
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Dreamtime
Perth Western Australia
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3 of 6  Tue 22nd Dec 2015 3:34am  
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May I join you with this one. Naturally first, my family but there are not many of us in Perth. Fish 'n chips in newspaper (for old times sake) I do love a bacon n' egg butty. Early morning walk with my dog (and I mean really early) Land of Hope and Glory (when we can all join in) A really good horror movie (when I am on my own) Roses My time on the forum (especially the laughs that come with it) Good news about the CCFC Mushrooms (my weakness any way they come) Pork crackling New shoes A good time with friends (hoping that will always be) Left alone with a box of chocs (I guess this would have to be last) All not necessarily in that order. I am not hard to please am I Big grin Big grin Big grin Big grin Edited by member, 22nd Dec 2015 3:42 am
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pixrobin
Canley
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4 of 6  Tue 22nd Dec 2015 3:42pm  
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On Saturday morning I was sitting on my scooter in the Upper Precinct pausing to have a cigarette while the hustle and bustle went on around me. A friend looked at me and asked, "What are your thoughts Robin?" My answer was simply this. "Just memories, just memories ............ I'm home." My friend understood.
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Roger Turner
Torksey
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5 of 6  Tue 22nd Dec 2015 5:16pm  
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Despite the evidence of my driving licence photograph, I think I am usually of a fairly sunny disposition, i.e. a smile on my face for instance when I am playing sport or demolishing something (oh I do get a kick from the dropping of a big chimney or a block of flats, but I really like wielding the sledge hammer myself) They used to say rugby was a sport for lads to work off their natural aggression and lately since I`ve started to learn golf, it is the pleasure I get from a shot I have hammered and it's gone for miles and miles and miles (at least out of sight - my vision isn`t first class). I can give one instance where this disposition to wearing a natural smile can get you into trouble. E.g. my future mother in law was having an "up and downer" with her sister, a real good going "chuck the kitchen sink at it " row. I was a mere innocent bystander. Part way through there was an interlude in the melee. The sister observed "what`s that idiot laughing at?" I`m sure the question was rhetorical, but I never got the chance to correct the inaccurate description. I think I am happiest though at "unexpected pleasures", often a hidden view, or an event like a mother duck shepherding her little waddlers over a stretch of open ground and then to watch them flop into the water. Present unexpected pleasure - a host of golden daffodils - two months too early but welcome nonetheless.
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Norman Conquest
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6 of 6  Wed 23rd Mar 2016 3:19pm  
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What makes people happy? Other peoples misery. After 28 years in the ambulance service and been retired for 21 years the most frequent question I am asked is " What was the worst incident you attended?" After every accident there was always a queue of "rubber neckers" trying to get a view of a serious injury. To the "worst injury" question I usually reply a flat hedgehog on the A45. I have never, ever been asked what are my happiest memories.
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