- Published: 11 January 2023 11 January 2023
Working on a rough and windy day in Norfolk, tending to a mischievous Sam, undertaking more housekeeping jobs to keep the place tidy and roasting my wild goose.
An incensed U.S. calls a meeting of the U.N. Security Council as Sadam Hussein is testing out the western powers again as his men first cross into Kuwait to steal back military equipment lost in the Gulf War and then return to start disassembling the warehouses as well
I awoke slowly this morning on a rough and windy day. Sam had slept through all right but was unsettled first thing and between exercise sessions and had to be told off several times. He also ran off over a boundary and jumped up at a couple of ladies which was an embarrassment during a rather naughty day for him. Perhaps I was spending less time on him as I did a couple of jobs on Harnser and roasted my greylag goose. The bird was great and my cooking more than capable and this will spur me on to shooting more geese given the chance. I cut the front stable doors and fixed the letter box which will be a relief for the postmen as they will no longer have to climb the unsafe stairs to Heronshaw.
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I also wired up the doorbell by fitting the bell transformer and this will also be useful as visitors have been pressing the unconnected bell-push with no result! Between these times, undertaking all of the meals, shopping and washing-up necessary for me to keep house but I also relaxed with some reading this evening and had another refreshing bath before bed. Sadam Hussein is testing out the western powers again as two teams of his men first cross into Kuwait to steal back military equipment lost in the Gulf War and then return to start disassembling the warehouses as well. An incensed U.S. calls a meeting of the U.N. Security Council this evening, but heaven knows what they can do short of starting another war.