Good Afternoon not that there is much good about it but at least nobody has been hurt in the last latest terrorist attacks. Up here in Scotland we do feel a bit safer and are surprised at yesterdays attract on Glasgow Airport. Looking at the scenes this morning watching all the poor holiday makers queuing up many hundreds of yards away from the terminal in the pouring rain it is all so sad. Maybe they (the terrorists) have not caused the carnage they hoped for but the upheaval the last few days here and in London have been terrible. I shudder to think of what it will be like today at the Concert for Diana, trying to get in there, will take forever. I do hope it all goes off ok. Enough of this its too depressing.
Was at Ellen's Dancing show last night it took place in Perth Theatre out seat was terrible upstairs and at the side I could not see a thing unless I sat forward in my seat but still we did enjoy watching it. Snow White was the theme so there lots of characters and they were all good.
Finished my book this morning so am going to start another new author tonight Karin Slaughter wonder if she is any relation of Frank G Slaughter read some of his book years ago, she writes a bit likes Patricia Cornwall so will see how we get on with her. Enjoyed the book I was reading(Sue Grafton S is for Silence) my only complaint was there was an awful lot of people in it and it jumped back and forward from 1953 to present day al lot and I had to look back occasionally to help me remember who was who but on the whole a enjoyable book with a lot of humour too.
I have found this wonderful new radio station maybe you have already found it but if you like 60 and 70's music this is for you will leave the link at the bottom of this entry. Radio 2 has become far to modern for Stuart and me and we did listen to Saga radio a lot on the TV but that stopped a while back and have really missed it. If you link to this station there is a choice of areas I am listening to the Glasgow one on the PC but on the TV its a general one but really enjoyable too it is now called Smooth Radio.
The rain at this moment is just lashing down and is so bad it has messed up Stuart Satellite signal right in the middle of his motorrace but never mind he will just have to watch it on terrestrial. Tour de France starts next weekend in London I think it is the first time 'The Tour' has started in London will be well worth seeing.
That's it for today hope things get better all over and I wish you all a peaceful Sunday ( oh that was a big clap of thunder and a abig flash of lightening I don't usually hear thunder but that was very loud and made me jump) bye just now.
http://www.sagaradio.co.uk/ Hope you enjoy this as much as we do.