Should I stay or should I go ? We've cancelled most of our travel plans for the next couple of weeks but I'm supposed to be in London for a meeting tomorrow night. In the papers this morning the headlines talk of another cloud of dense ash winging its way towards UK airspace. Londons airports remain closed today so it's anyones guess how the airlines will get their schedules up and running again overnight. I'll pack just in case British Airways manages somehow to get airborne . I'd put my chances of going at 60-40 against.
'The font' was the only one to show up for the exam. The invigilator was there, the papers were there, but the twenty or so Airbus engineers who had also been taking the course were scattered in different spots across the globe. Eyjafjallajokull has a lot to answer for.
Through all of this Wilf and Digby continue to be a source of hilarity. Wilf , who does not like to be away from the kitchen for long, has taken to sleeping scrunched up on the doorstep. This is textbook Polish Lowland behaviour. He has us all herded exactly where he wants us. More importantly if anyone should try to leave the flock he will be the first to know about it.
Today we have the next meeting of the village associations to discuss the concert. The programme has been finalised with the orchestra . Now all we have to do is temper the villagers over enthusiasm. A full report tomorrow.