We got a phone call tonight just as we were leaving work. Tony picked it up, and the person on the line told him she was from the Governments work records service and said their records showed that there were people at this number who had previously worked in noisy industries, and added, “is this correct?”. With a wicked smile Tony replied, “can you speak up please, I can’t hear you”!!!
The Gurus called at a convenience store tonight to buy booze. While they were waiting in the car for Beryl (who was in the shop), Tony said to Col, “have you seen that window, it’s got nothing in it but six toilet rolls, what a sh*t display”!!!
Then he saw a lady coming out of the shop and commented “I know that person, she’s a friend of St Cuthbert’s”, meaning she helped the church with fundraising, etc. He then added, “I can hardly believe it mind, as she looks very well preserved if she’s that age”…
David has been tweeting sweetly in many ways for as long as I can remember, this Twitter tweet below is just one example…
Anyone who has at least one person whom they can look upon as being a true friend is very lucky.I’m happy to say that I have true friends, and so I am very lucky indeed.
I hope that any others who deserve that blessing can say the same…
“in my opinion, one of the greatest tragedies in human development has been the reliance upon religious dogma from all faiths when it concerns, the universe, science, morality, evolution, civil rights i.e. women, slavery etc. We really need to take stock and grow as a race, if we are to survive…”
Footnote: Indi has been a true friend of Guru Boutique since 1972 and still is to this very day.
When Tony spotted a lone town ranger patrolling High Row, turned to Beryl and said, “High Row, silver lining”!!!