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A view from where I work.

I often take photographs when I’m at work, only because I feel luck to have such a lovely view of the river in my town.  From the window I have full view of the river, and often see the ships and boats sailing up and down when it’s high tide.  On this particular day you can see the tide is quite high, so this ship is heading towards the sea.  This is an offshore supply ship.  These types of ships takes goods to the oil rigs in the sea.  I imagine the people who work on these ships get paid a good wage, especially the captain.  I often wonder what it’s like working on these ships.

The part of town where I work is an industrial estate, so a lot of boats dock here for different companies. You can see the ship behind the one sailing, which I’ve noticed have been there for a few days now.  I like watching the ships pass.  I am lucky I live about a mile up the road from where I work, so I can still see the river from my living room window.

In other news, I go back to the hospital on Thursday morning regarding my wrist.  You may remember I broke it back in April.  I think this road to recovery is going to take a little longer than I thought.  Nearly 3 months on and I still can’t move or bend it, and it’s still causing me pain.  Last time I saw the Doctor, he told me that one of the bones had not set properly, so I fear he will find this again when I go Thursday.  I don’t know how they fix this, by resetting it I think.  I shall keep you posted how things go. 

I hope you are all having a lovely summer.  For many of us, 2020 has been a difficult year so far with this virus taking over the world, but I hope normality will resume some day soon.  Take care everyone and enjoy the warm weather.


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  1. You are the lucky recipient of random comment number 116 “Never be in a hurry; do everything quietly and in a calm spirit. Do not lose your inner peace for anything whatsoever, even if your whole world seems upset.” —Saint Francis de Sales


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