Was down in Adelaide for two days and saw my son off at Adelaide Airport. He is flying Emirates to Glasgow, staying in Glasgow for a few days then to London and the Eurostar to Paris. He’s a week in Paris then on to Madrid, Granada, Fez, Marrakesh and Casablanca. He will be touring Italy before ending up in Germany where he meets up with engineers – of course! Last I heard – a few days ago – he’s having a ball. He can only message when he can get WiFi. Anyway, he’ll probably bring me back a T Shirt :o) Ah the good lad did take some photographs of Napoleon’s Tomb for me :o) Adelaide was cold, wet and miserable and driving through the rain on the Port Wakefield Road – in the Dark – was not my idea of fun. It has been cold the last week or so and I have had the fire on most nights. The
Man sleeps a lot now but he still seems ok. When he is Awake, he eats well and runs around the house. He falls a lot but he just gets up and carries on as if it’s normal. It hurts me more than it seems to bother him. I have built a little platform for his food bowl so that he does not have to bend down too much to eat. I also went to the upholsterer and bought foam to put under his bed so he has a sort of cushion, which, we hope, will make tings a little more comfortable for him. Goodness, who knew that foam was so expensive, but if it helps him to get a bit more comfortable, that’s all that’s important. When he is sleeping in the evening, Chienne and I slip quietly out and go for a walk.
I have been helping to do more work along the back fence that I spoke of a while ago. The Bougainvillea is gone but the vines are proving to be a major problem. Some of these are so thick Tarzan would be proud of them. I head off back to Adelaide on Wednesday for a meeting Wednesday afternoon. If I drive down I would have to stay overnight and I would prefer not to, so I will do the same as I did last time – take the early morning coach. Still gives me time to do some shopping in town before heading home on the last coach.
I don’t know what the situation is in other places but here continual pop-ups are driving me to distraction. No matter what I do I cannot get rid of them. I have a pop-up blocker in Firefox and one in Windows 8 but they never stop. I have even had pop-ups and a win lots of money sort of survey from a New York Lady, who likes Butterflies and watches Cricket. In a little while I am going to shut this computer down and have it removed for a bit and put the AppleMac back in its place. I hope that Apple, with its different system, is not infested with these things because I am starting to get really annoyed.
Well, here we are – returned to the Apple again. I’m starting to feel like Eve, can’t resist an Apple :o) Actually not really true, I’m more of a Samsung person. But anyway, the AppleMac seems to be pop-up free. I think the next desktop computer I get will be an Apple and not a PC
Have not heard from John for nearly a week but he did say that this would happen once he crossed into Morocco. Not all that good with WiFi in Arab countries. On Monday he will be in Seville, so I hope to hear from him then. As far as I know he is enjoying himself and he is with a good tour group.