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Archive for November 18th, 2020

Its been a very long time since I read such a thick book in such a short space of time. Wow, what a storyteller he is. I could feel the heat of the desert, felt as if I was inside those fighters and the pain of the many small tragedies that occurred in order to bring the fight to fruition. Quite a few surprises and a helluva a lot of gasps of shock as my eyes flew across each page….incredible story. Based on the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, its a masterful story woven around true life events and people. The deception, duplicity and sheer evil of mankind is dreadful….but what a damn good story..

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Truly, what lockdown? Finally after 4 days of being in London there’s a decent sunrise. I could see the light reflecting on the Thames from the lounge window early this morning, so popped down to take a couple of photos.

Thinking I’d quickly dash across the road….no chance. The traffic is as heavy as if there wasn’t a lockdown. Its crazy. And for this I lost what could eventually, if the agency don’t get their act together, amount to 5 weeks of income.

Anyway, here’s a few images of the sun on the river

Looking downstream towards the Shard
Looking upstream towards the London Eye
Slightly further downstream

Of course all the new buildings spoil the view, but there it is….New York on Thames. 🤪🤪

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Fergy's Rambles.

Travelling while I still could (pre-virus obviously).

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Life With OCD, Anxiety, Panic Attacks, And Recovering from Addiction.