Full Moon in Earth’s Shadow
Last week the Full Moon was completely immersed in Earth's dark umbral shadow , just briefly though. The total phase of the April 4, 2015 lunar eclipse lasted less than 5 minutes, the shortest total lunar eclipse of the century . In fact, sliding just...
The Benefits of Taking Your Child Outdoors
Children are active. Many children participate in a number of different after school activities, including sports. Unfortunately, when school ends, there are many children that do not know what to do. If you are the parent of a school aged child, who...
Dylan Brian Rozee
ROZEE Dylan Brian
Aged 8 years, our beautiful precious brave little man, our inspiration, born a gift from God that has sadly had to be returned. He touched everyones heart. A celebration of Dyl's life will take place at Dronfield Parish Church on Friday
June 6 at 10.15am followed by a cremation at Hutcliffe Wood Crematorium. Everyone who knew Dyl is welcome, no black please, Dylan's favourite colour was green. Family flowers only please, donations for CHSF or Bluebell Wood Childrens Hospice ...
Many friends from Dronfield
Many friends from Dronfield - Here is a list of friends that I love and miss from Dronfield, if you're not in then email me, as I miss you all.
Shaun Dronfield, Richard Dronfield, Philip Blackburn, Elizabeth Thorneloe, Joanne Thornelow, Sarah Blackburn, Lenora Neath, Paul Armit.
What are we all doing now then...
David Skinner on Guernsey
Well what a wonderful week on the island of Guernsey. It really slowed my hectic life down. The narrow streets, the friendly folk, the history. The first thing that hit me was how near everything was. This may seem silly, i mean i know its a small island, but it was the fact that you get get from A to B without much of a do. Although when a road was closed it was somewhat strenuous to find an alternative.
Happy New Year – I went abroad to Fuerteventura
Happy new year. Well we all made it through the winter didn't we. I went abroad to Fuerteventura, same hotel. I will post some pictures for you later. I travelled alone and found the experience different. More about that later.
Leaving left Barnsley
I left Barnsley on the morning of the 12th October 2013. It was a Saturday and the clouds were heavy with rain and it was so very grey. I had moved into the apartment in August 2010 and was excited to be living in the newest building in Barnsley. I have enjoyed my time there but towards the end of my stay things got uneasy for me. My new job means I am now field based and have been away ...
We went to Beer, Lyme Regis, Seaton, Sidmouth. It wqas fantastic and I went in the sea every day! This was summer 2013. The summer is here and we had two glorious weeks. I spent some time on the south coast with with my brother and my sister in law. I keep meaning to post more but my time at work is so hectic.
May be a taste of summer in Barnsley
There was a definite feel of summer in Barnsley today The pavements felt warm Tea-shirts and shorts were worn. The usual hustle and bustle were met with people smiling in the sun. Lets hope that the winter may be over for a while. I love the sun. I hope this May be a taste of summer in Barnsley.
David Skinner Projects Epos Training and Implementation
Its a big title I know - but I need to sell me to you. Top of the list is likability..
To Expand leadership responsibilities, improve organisational ability to exceed corporate goals, and help honour all long-term commitments made to customers, shareholders, employees and the communities in which we live. To obtain a challenging leadership position applying creative problem solving and lean management skills with a growing company to achieve optimum utilisation of its resources and maximum profits.
Customer support, customer care, problem solving, web design, epos ...
Margaret Thatcher Death
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Margaret Thatcher Death - Baroness Margaret Thatcher died yesterday from a stroke I believe. I watched the news channels racing to compete for the best angle on this. Some were full of praise some were trying to be matter as fact about her legacy. From my point of view and having lived through the dim seventies I say she did some good for the country. My first real experiences of this was in the 80s, well 1982 to be precise when the Falklands were invaded. ...
Cheers Margaret and Pat
I had the occasion today to meet two ladies in Barnsley. Margaret and Pat. I am sure this was Patricia. We talked about the lamproom theatre in Barnsley. I must pop in one day. Apparently they are looking for men!
Giff Gaff goody bag at £5 value or what
Giff Gaff goody bag at £5 value or what.
I have just received my giffgaff sim and paid only £5 for one month. 60 mins and 300 texts. Its enough for me so far. What value.
I have recently discovered that when someone else phones you you get there minutes added to your goody bag. Although they are reset every month its still a win win deal.
A reminder to us all
Not that I make a deliberate attempt to eavesdrop on people's conversations... But it would seem that people are in a desparete search for jobs. The market seems a little scarce at the moment. I'm not complaceant in this I know too that my job can in any one day collapse. What plans do I have for the continuation? Well none to be exact but i do. Have me, myself and I to bargain with. This is A reminder to ...
Shut that door
One of Larry Graysons most famous catch phrases was "shut that door". He tells the story of his manager who would be behind the scenes and would ask for the door to be shut off stage as the draft was terrible.
Never is this story more true when you visit the weatherspoons in Barnsley. The door will not keep shut. People are constantly shutting it and complaining of the cold bitter draft. The draft in here is wicked, Larry would say. ...