It is a nice place, feel free to pop by and lend a hand anytime ;-) That passage also has a great feeling of impending doom as well....poor old Denis.... TedMessage 1 of 1 , Nov 1, 2005View SourceIt is a nice place, feel free to pop by and lend a hand anytime ;-)That passage also has a great feeling of impending doom as well....poor old Denis....Ted Tofield | IT Manager | Postmaster | Network Admin | Plumpton College | Ditchling Rd | Plumpton | East Sussex | BN7 3AE
From: Julian-Mayfirstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:Julian-Mayemail@example.com] On Behalf Of Matt
Sent: 31 October 2005 21:33
Subject: [Julian-May-discuss] Re: De-lurking and another question..more tears....Exile Con?!?![Scanned]
What a great place to work and in IT too. (How to project envy over the net..hmmmm).
As to Padster's suggestion of a con..... nice idea if you want to organise it!!! Must be 19 years since I've been to a con and that one was in hotel on Glasgow station, all night SF movies, dodgy burgers, beer and being approached by some rather rough ladies of the night! The very gruff scottish voice saying "My mates hungry, can anyone buy her a roll" before they were chased off by hotel security will remain with me forever. Funny what sticks in ones memory.
Another passage that brings tears to the eyes, because you know what is coming, is where Denis and Lucille are getting ready for the Christmas reveillon at the old farm. Their tenderness and their acceptance of giving up responcabilities (Lucille) and accepting certain others (Denis). Though I must admit I always thought Denis was rather hesitant about the Unity ideal, especially in the earlier books. Am I wrong? Did I miss someting?
--- In Julian-Mayfirstname.lastname@example.org, "Ted Tofield" <ted.tofield@p...> wrote:
>hill from Brighton.......
> I work in Plumpton, over the
>| Network Admin | Plumpton College
> Ted Tofield | IT Manager | Postmaster
> | Ditchling Rd | Plumpton | EastSussex | BN7 3AE