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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
- Woken by a cup of tea - wow. Up too late, rapid
washing action and sped off to J's parents for lunch.
- Met Sue and Mr & Mrs Griffin, most congenial people. Saw
many of the clever and beautifuly crafted machines ( minature clocks
and mechanical instruments ) that Mr G. had made and sold to all
manner of people, HRH, Sultan of Brunai et al.
- It seems the Griffins live in an area called 'The Warren'
where Rabits proliferate, apparently there is a nice man who comes and
gasses them - problem is, he always leaves 2.
- Lovely dinner, retired to watch the boat race afterwards,
( on video ), confidantly predicted Cambridge's win, which of course
they did in style - even after Oxford could well have been
disqualified at the beggining.
- Off for a walk on the beach, mist and fog - but unusualy
no rain, talked to Mr G. about all manner of interesting things.
- Back home for tea, and sat around and listened to much
interesting Julia background - turns out she is a crack shot with
an air pistol as well.
- Left laden with stuff for Julia. Stopped off at a pub
on the way home, guiness, crisps, draughts. Discussed (post) modernism
in the car - J's explanation is far more complicated than mine with
Meta Narritives and things in it - mine has the downside of being
broadly wrong. Very interesting to share analysis of the contemporary
- Back home, J. cooked dinner while I hacked - shockingly
un-liberated. Tried to organise my life, but got a gal/evolution
cockup and couldn't.
- Carbonara with cheese and stuff - lovely.
- Talked for ages, told Julia about how stupid I was in
Boston 14/2 - she cried, felt desparately awful. Read the Bible
together & went to bed.
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