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Friday, August 04, 2006
It seems I can only make very short posts but short is better than nothing, right? At least things are heading in the right direction.

Am off for a weekend in the country. Richard's parent's place near Ashford, to be precise. Ah... relaxation!

~ Sharon xx
Posted by Sharon J on 10:42 AM   

Blogger Sue aka MsCreativity said...

Is that Ashford in Kent? Wow if it is, because that could be something else we have in common... Have a great weekend!
Sue :-)
(Glad to see you back, albeit briefly)

2:30 PM   

Blogger Karen Erickson said...

Have fun!!

5:23 PM   

Anonymous Sharon J said...

Yes, Sue. It was Ashford in Kent. They live just outside a village called Hamstreet. Do you know it? What's the connection?

12:05 AM   

Blogger Sue aka MsCreativity said...

Yep, I know it well - Ashford and Hamstreet! We moved to Shadoxhurst in my teens - my brother went to Hamstreet Junior school (while I went to the worst Comprehensive in Ashford). My children have family in Ashford and still visit from time to time. My best friend still lives in Ashford, although I haven't 'seen' her in nearly 15 yrs...

4:25 PM   

Blogger Minx said...

Hope you get your pooter sorted soon, I miss you around the blogs!

10:02 AM   

Blogger Cherry Rolfe said...

Where are Sherry and Leo going next??

9:57 PM   

Anonymous Sharon J said...

I miss me around the blogs, Minx!

Sherry and Leo? Crikey, I'd almost forgetten all about them. I doubt they'll be going anywhere. They're all loved up somewhere in London :-)

10:54 PM   

Blogger Blog's Author said...

Hi there!

I started a new challenge for all the Lovers around the world:

1 Blog, 1 Million Love Messages from All Around The World.
You send the messages, you make the blog!

Let’s make history writing about the most beautiful thing in the globe: Love

I hope u can help me promoting challenge.

12:45 AM   

Blogger Eva said...

Sharon, are you back online again? Hopefully yes b/c you've just been tagged. Your question is: "If you could write a novel about any subject, what would it be?"

Perhaps daft, given our hobbies, but have fun with it nonetheless.

2:36 AM   

Anonymous Karen Lee Field said...

Sharon? Hello? Are you there? :)

9:39 AM   

Anonymous Richard said...

She's still having trouble posting comments and stuff on blogger. A reformat is due. Poor thing.

Sue, my parents live in Bromley Green Rd, the first house on the left as you come down Hornash Lane and cross the crossroads. I grew up there, too. My best friend at primary school lived in Tally Ho Road in Shadoxhurst, just up from the village hall. They had a swimming pool, which was dead cool in 1970. I also went to Hamstreet County Primary (it was Orlestone when I first went in 66). I think Sharon told you that my Mum worked at Duncan Bowen as the assistant cook.

Small world, isn't it

1:34 AM   

Anonymous Jarous said...

If you'd allow one awful paraphrase ~ make it as short as possible, but no shorter...

8:14 PM   

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