May 22nd

I went for my driving confidence lesson.  We went to a much bigger and more scary roundabout than the one I am afraid of.  It was vast with traffic lights, pedestrian crossings and mini roundabouts around the edge.  I somehow got round it OK but I don’t think I could do it on my own.  I think half the problem is that I don’t know where I am going and so find it hard to decide which lane to go into. Maybe I should study a map first so that I know which exit I need to take.

John has gone trout fishing again and Slip is here sulking a bit.  

Janet, Kessa and Jackie all answered the last question correctly – here is the next one:

All the vowels ( A, E, I, O and  U ) have been removed from the following proverb and the remaining letters have been divided into groups of three. Replace the vowels  to find the proverb.

BRD   SFF   THR    FLC   KTG   THR

Answers to jannette@easynet.co.uk by midnight Saturday with proverb as subject!  

Now I must take Slip out.

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