Going Away (Then Coming Right Back)

I shall be computerless for a few days from tomorrow so I shall not be commenting on anyones blogs or replying to you wonderful people, however I shall do my best to catch up when I am back on the web and if all goes to plan I shall be scheduling a few posts to go out anyways. I shall tell you of all my adventures when I return, but until then take care people and have a Good One.

And in case you chap and chapettes miss me and want to gaze at me longingly, here’s a photo of me in Geoff Blore’s bookshop in Sherwood, Nottingham, taken by Tom Robinson Esq.  I need a hair cut there, happily instead I spent the money on The Geology of the Lake District, Post War Reconstruction in Australia and a Flash Gordon book amongst other things.

9 Replies to “Going Away (Then Coming Right Back)”

    1. I was in Amsterdam, and I never made it to any bookshops sadly, although I meant to go in a one euro english bookshop. Next time I will take more money for the books. I think that photo caught my best side too, hehe.

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      1. I’m sure it did (catch your best side! You know that’s an interesting comment now that I think about it. I mean I know what it means photographically speaking, but I was thinking of the better side as it relates to who we are and how others “see” us!) Sorry about the “no visit to a bookstore” One of my big enjoyments is finding a new unique bookstore! Maybe next time, though…:) Glad you’re back! 🙂

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        1. I like your perceptive take on life. You seem to spot things that others don’t. I think usually my best side is behind the book, I did have a remarkabley gleeful face whilst in that bookshop as crazy as that may sound. Now I’m back I can read again, I stopped for FIVE days, a travesty for me that is.

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