The happy month of May.


Here we are into May with 3 important celebrations to enjoy.

1) Our 51st wedding anniversary

2) Mothers Day. Pam’s 50th.

3) A very special birthday – Pam’s 75th

Though the two of us really treasure each of these occasions, we try to play them down with the family, immediate and extended. We failed badly last Sunday. Our immediate family arrived, wished us a very happy 51st anniversary, and without any fuss or bother established what will be the largest of our flower gardens. How about that for a very big and pleasant surprise? Photo pending – maybe………………..

With two very important days yet to come we may have to change to Plan B.


12 comments on “The happy month of May.

  1. anotherbadpenny says:

    That’s great for you to have so much to celebrate in the happy month of May.. Congrats. on your wedding anniv. that year went by pretty fast didn’t it? Pam will be looking forward to her big milestone celebrating her 75th and no doubt you have it all sorted…and may she have a wonderful Mother’s Day on Sunday, she deserves a golden egg….

  2. action2468 says:

    Thank you for your very newsy message. I have replied to all your blog comments.There is a new post here and another at Keep Smiling – BCUK. Trusting they are of some interest to you. Your comments always tell me the tale.We were not far from your previous place of residence this morning. I like this blog now that I am used to it, easy to read and easy to write. How about you? I must check now and see what you have posted here at WordPress. ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

    • anotherbadpenny says:

      Top of the morning to you, not long up and now have both feet on the floor. Just couldn’t seem to prize those eyes open sufficiently enough to stay awake earlier, good to be able to lay in and relax after two very late late shifts. Have woken up to a very sunny and slightly windy day, and today is the day to put away the summer gear and out with the winter woollies. B. is waiting for me to get into action, so will leave this now and get back to you later… have an awesome day. ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

  3. action2468 says:

    Reality has arrived. Winter is here.

  4. Oohh and don’t we notice it! Heaters on, electric blankets on, lots of extra clothes on….I don’t like winter!!

    • action2468 says:

      The key to keeping warm in winter is to make full use of your own body heat, rather turning on power hungry heaters here, there, and everywhere. That’s my theory anyway and Pam’s now accepting my belief. Overcome feeling cold when watching TV or whatever with a blanket or a heavy dressing gown. Save power and save money – and worry. Ok?

  5. action2468 says:

    Right on the ball. In winter when you leave your bed don’t leave the covers turned down, otherwise you’ll come back to a cold bed. The opposite in summer of course. Up in the winter and down in the summer.

  6. anotherbadpenny says:

    I have to admit I cheat a little a little with turning on my electric blanket in time to warm things up before hopping into bed….

  7. action2468 says:

    Being self reliant seems to be a winner in the long run. However, to each his/her own

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