Brexit in the Springtime

Only a short blurb on Brexit. The country is deeply divided and everyone is feeling the stress of it. There’s a lot of sadness on both sides of this issue and that’s all I’m going to say about it. I know…right? I usually have strong opinions on such matters but I am truly flummoxed by Brexit.

Since my last blog update, AP and his brother visited Egypt and I stayed behind and kept the home fires burning. Well, they didn’t burn for a couple of days because the day after I dropped them off at the airport, our boiler stopped working and had to call the boiler person out to teach me how to adjust the pressure. I took careful notes and placed them next to the boiler for future reference. But I digress. Here are a few photos from their trip, taken by AP’s brother, which you might enjoy:

Spring  happened over the past few days.  Most of March was cold, rainy and still showed us the bones of winter and then, just like that, the trees began to bud and flower.

That’s a wrap from here. One final word:

3 thoughts on “Brexit in the Springtime

  1. I never had a boiler before I bought this place. I had a guy come out at the start of our first winter to show me all the ins and outs of hot water heat. I didn’t want to have that thing go belly up in the middle of January.

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