Chocolate wedding cake, throbbing bass bins? What more could a woman want? Don't answer that. It's too long a conversation!
Well, I'm typing this from Bremen in Germany after an epic trip to pick up my new partner and love of my life Becky. I crossed four countries yesterday (long, long, long drive!) to get to her in the new second hand Peugoet Expert van and I have to say after fixing all those annoying little problems that come with a used vehicle, it all came together at the last minute. We had to fit a new arial as the old one was not getting a strong signal and the new one was just as bad! Finally I thought to myself: Well, the base unit was changed and well earthed so if I screw the original longer arial back into this new base unit, it might just work in harmony. Thank god t worked! A 100% clear signal came crystal clear accross the speakers on the morning of my epic trip. One of my first aural treats was listening to some dude singing "stormy weather" in Flemish. Bizzare indeed. But radio on mainland Europe can be so much less fomulaic than English radio with the same 15 tracks going round and round and bloody round all day long. In france in particular, you could be hearing U2 one minute and Geno Vanelli the next. They just don't care about the corperate bankers and accountants. Maybe I should have been a Euro.
Talking of which..Funny how the world bank mafia are getting their plan to make us all one country slowly under way. (new world order?) You used to cross border posts in Europe. Painful maybe, but Nation sovereignty was demonstrable. Now all you get is a small sign on the edge of the E motorway anouncing that you are now in the "Nederlands" for example and the radio language changes to another one that I can't understand.
I'm starting to waffle again aren't I? Oh well, better get on with the moving thing. One thing you can get over here is organic tobacco which is interesting!
See you next week. Have a good one!