If a distant uncle dies and you were always his favourite and leaves you $50,000 (any currency) in his will, what would you do?
I think that is a slight misquote- but you get the point.
Well initially I would be very surprised as I don’t have a particularly big extended family. But what would I do with £50,000 ? In honesty I would probably put into my pension pot or in an ISA rather than anything exotic or indulgent,
What sound or sounds do you love?
Does the sound of John Coltrane playing his horn or weeping Tenor of Ben Webster count?
I think one of the my favourite sounds is the sounds of the dogs getting all excited when I come home from work have been out.
What’s your middle name? Why?
Nick Edward Llewellyn de Vere…. why? Perhaps my family were indecisive I have no idea really. Save for Edward, Edward is/was my Grandfather’s first name .
What did you appreciate or what made you smile this past week? Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination.
I guess it was the post Mother’s Day Shift do. My new gaffer bought in a large Thai Food take away and ran us a drinks tab as a thank you to us for working a long shift on which is probably the busiest food day in the year. It was especially good for me as I have only been there just over a week and haven’t as of yet had chance really to get to know my feel members of staff with our metaphorical hair down. I couldn’t stay too long or have a lot to drink as I had to drive home and I do live the furthest out.