What does life hold for our children? We watch them grow, help them develop, and (probably wrongly) have our aspirations.
The youngest fruit of my loins (above), was born in the wonderful old French bastide town of Villeneuve sur Lot. His beautiful girlfriend is Swedish/Russian.
Wills is not only a very bright boy, he is also a very sensible one. He definitely sees the world as his oyster, and takes advantage of all it has to offer. He works a bit, travels a bit, then spends his winters on some idyllic sun-kissed tropical beach. This year he has given the honour to Thailand, from where he's managing his 'internet empire'.
I tried to raise him (and my other children) to appreciate the better things of life, although I must have gone wrong somewhere, as he's a strict veggie. He'll probably visit France in Spring; but he'll not be partaking of my carefully prepared fatted calf.
Hall - I’ve spent the afternoon playing with bits of paper, this was after I photographed the village telephone box which the TCA is renovating into an informa...
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Interesting painting in the background.ReplyDelete
May I forward my agent's name and address?ReplyDelete
Awwh they look so pretty and happy :) ! I love his lifestyle, idyllic sun-kissed tropical beaches sound definitely good to me. I adore travelling so much, makes me feel nostalgic right now.ReplyDelete
a nice and fitting tribute!ReplyDelete
Let's see the rest of the photos. (Sid James laugh)ReplyDelete
Aw, that's sweet. And I agree, the picture is cool!ReplyDelete
I don't think you've gone wrong anywhere at all Cro. You've got a family to be proud of!ReplyDelete
We teach our children and if we have done it well, we can learn from them.ReplyDelete