Out with the old and in with the new?

MPJ - Mum at Pontins, Jersey May 1966

Looking back as we go forward to 2014. Mum on the far left having won a prize (I think for scrabble) next to her stands the ubiquitous sixties, suave and sexy compère and to his right, Miss Pontins in person. Wonderful stuff.

How was your Christmas? Festive, merry and full of contemplation? Although that last bit probably belongs in the New Year along with your good resolutions that last all of a week. Two if you’re lucky.

Yes, I will be nicer to next door’s cat even if he does relieve himself all over my roses.

No, I won’t swear and wish horrible things on the driver who nips in front of me without so much of a flash of an indicator instead of waiting patiently in line like everyone else.

Actually, cut that one. As for the first resolution personally I have no problem with any animal in my garden but I do wish dog owners would clean up after the poor thing has done its business in public. The animal would if it could and whilst dog owners have this ability many choose not to exercise it.

And finally, yes, I will endeavour to stick to my New Year resolution list for at least six months if not the whole year.

And I have one more to add to that. Why not make it your resolution to read more? And I know just the books… what!

Happy New Year to one and all and let’s wish the same to everyone else.

Peace and Happiness.

See you in 2014!
Wolfie

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2 thoughts on “Out with the old and in with the new?

  1. Thank God for the 60’s, America was super lame and corny in the 30’s….wayyyyy to sexist, racist and robotic…well it still is but without the 60’s I don’t want to imagine what this place would be like.

    • Thank you for your comment. Summer of Love in 1967 is considered a turning point. I remember the sixties as a comfy period in the UK, some would say better than now, and I loved the seventies. And the fact I sported slightly green hair had nothing to do with being a punk rocker! Maybe I’ll write about that in a future blog!

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