Re: Leisurely Scribbles (part 5)Wifi very very iffy so doing the best I can with very little to work with
Re: Leisurely Scribbles (part 5)I know you don’t do Agatha Christie Solo, but I have to say she was nuts about pince-nez glasses, they are mentioned several times in almost every book she wrote, I believe the name means “Pinch-nose” in French, makes sense, maybe her grandmother wore them, she’s supposed to have based Miss Marple on her very clever grandmother.
Re: Leisurely Scribbles (part 5)As I said before I’m the curious type and I notice when I type the word French without a capital “F” the misspelling red line does not appear underneath, but if I do the same with the word American it does, why is that? are some countries names not deserving a capital and others are?
Re: Leisurely Scribbles (part 5)
Re: Leisurely Scribbles (part 5)You hear some strange conversations when your waiting in your doctor’s surgery.
Re: Leisurely Scribbles (part 5)A bit of a lull in the gales and rain so wifi is showing a spark of life...
Re: Leisurely Scribbles (part 5)It’s been lovely and sunny here today, a real picture of a Spring day, a bit cold but sure that’s to be expected
Re: Leisurely Scribbles (part 5)No matter what the weather etc is like there is always something or someone that does makes you gasp..like on Wednesday there were 82 mph gusts of winds at the Needles and at Ryde it wasn't much calmer. nor was Sandown. No sailing from Yarmouth either...just boats moored up being bashed about against the harbour walls.... and out of the blue 5 and 10 pound notes go flying past and lots of them as well.