“er indoors TM” says he’s clearly happy enough. He probably is… but he seems utterly mad. I suppose that’s religion for you. I’m told that those who escape religion become very anti-religious… perhaps I am.
This was followed by a book program about Sir Ernest Shackleton's biography. "South: The Endurance Expedition" is a first-hand account of Sir Ernest's abortive attempt to cross Antarctica. I quite liked the program as I've read the book and could relate to what they were talking about. I've got it at home somewhere.
There was also a rather humungous lorry bunging up the tight corner by the church in Goudhurst; there often is.
We filled in all the forms and now we just have to wait to see what the first obstacle to semi-retirement will be. I'm sure there will be some problem or other cropping up. I would be very surprised if there wasn't.
I can't pretend I don't like my job, but I'm rather excited at the thought of having quite a bit more spare time next year... It has to be said that working five days a week is a tad dull.