“Hey, Dad,” I wondered during one of our recent cyber chats: “Did Granddaddy ever wear one of these leather jackets during the war?” I was referring to the one in the photo up there.His enthusiastic response was, “Yes, Dad had a flight jacket very similar to the heavy-duty one shown here, furry collar and all!” With gathering excitement, my next question came right on the heels of the first: “Do you still have the jacket? Even though it's a Thursday type of theme with an "add letters" gimmick, the fill seemed incredibly easy, and I finished in nearly typical Monday time.
explained to me that Dim SUM and Cha ("tea") are daily fare for retired folks in Hong Kong.
Some of the women profiles you see here might be scams to collect money.
DH and I shared a pizza last night, and had three slices APIECE.
The daily social is called Yum Cha ("drink tea.") YUM!
REMEMBER, women who is really interested in you will never ask for money.
In early May Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust was fined £185,000 by the United Kingdom’s Information Commissioner’s Office for inadvertently publishing the personal details of 6,574 staff on its website.