Don’t mess with Mildred.

The husband arrived home with her one day last year. I thought we were doing alright but he thought otherwise, we need outside help to deal with this, he said.  If there is a problem, we can’t just ignore it, he said in his pragmatic Germanic sort of way. Here we …

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The tide has turned

We are disagreeing about it in this house and we don’t even live there any more. It’s a hot topic alright, Brexit.  Who would have imagined that Britain would vote out of it. I would have voted to remain if I still lived there. Having said that, I would never have …

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