The first big job was catching up on the orders for DVDs and cine. The DVDs were fairly straight forward but the cine films were very heavy as people took advantage of my clearance disposal of cine films to try and turnover the stuff which was sticking much reduced some by as much as £50, going for a tenner meant that postage became critical but I'd judged ok, just. The weight was something else, if you've never handled 16mm film by 20 minutes or more its a bone breaker if you drop it on your foot. I had a box with 6 reels in it. Others went off around Europe, there are still a few more bargains working their way through, it's magazine time of month coming up so DVDs should pick up. Rallies are fast approaching with the Saturday only at Manchester and the Saturday 'do' at Detling.
Obviously with my position as church warden at St Oswalds Sundays are now in ration for trips out trying to be fair with my fellow warden Keith but as spring gets going we shall still be out and about. The to do list of locations is almost on schedule at present, I've my eye in Reading and Bristol this week but we have Mandy at the fracture clinic tomorrow and collection tins to pick up at Colwyn Bay some time. Wednesday and Thursday are the most likely film days this week. Trucks if suitable I might pick up at Rugby or even Wakefield, sunshine required for lorries. Whilst gertting the post away this morning our business card was declined, that meant an extra journery to the Nat West in Knutsford where we spotted our new friend George walking along, George has just rung and a few of the lads will be joining us at the Dog Inn, Nether Peover this Thursday to help celebrate my 65th birthday.
I think I'll give up on the two pints a week that HM Gov has robbed me in my state pension, I think I'm too busy to care. I've not started the new email process yet but intend doing so this evening but first have a rake of clips from new DVDs to put on our Youtube channel. It's my sister Margaret's birthday today, I'll try ringing early evening when she is back from work. My friend Andrii who is now working in Dresden is helping put together my August short trip to Ukraine, I need to look up flights from Manchester to Lviv. I had intended to take piccies at the church on the toilet progress to share with folk unable to traverse the wet and mud to get a peek. Lets have some more shots from London. I have done Trip Advisor reports on the Pilot and the hotel both at wherever it was we were on Saturday, I've forgotten already. The photos are from the Victoria Coach Station 85th on Saturday last. Among the other activities we are visiting cousin Trish tomorrow, her birthday is share with mine on Thursday. We've just made a meal selection for the Polio Fellowship branch 10th anniversary bash at somewhere very posh on the Wirral, yes really - not like our hotel in Kochi which was like a 5* Birkenhead with infinity pool and container terminal.