Tag: Pedro

365: Hands

~Handmaiden~ I think I am pretty well organised.  Well I thought so.  When I left Spain about 20 months ago for Austria, I informed every Spanish government office, including Spanish social services that I was out of there. I thought that the only thing…

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Birdquake

~Bird~ The other day I was sitting quietly reading new posts on my laptop when there was a ….. ….. and a flutter. Not her !  A lemony flutter ! NO !!!  Lemon coloured fluttering wings flapping on the glass of the balcony french…

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Spanish Baby Liam & The Californian Bear

Oh, come on cats ! They are good kids. And Sonic, stop ripping up my pants ! Some of you, dear commenters, have asked how Liam is. Liam is Toni & Pedro’s baby. The stork bought him to my neighbour’s house in our Spanish…

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How Exciting ! Toni’s New Baby.

At last ! We have all been waiting months for this ! Well, 9 months !   Toni’s baby boy was delivered this morning. He weighed 3.3kg (7 1/2 lbs) Both mum and baby are fine. Pedro, the dad, has named the boy Liam….

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Ralph’s School Of Motoring. Underground Parking !

Before the Gaucin feria began, the young family and I had a meal in a local bar. Eidan, Toni, Ralph, Pedro, Ariadne Eidan and Ariadne volunteered to enrol on Ralph’s School of Motoring underground parking course for juniors. I was sorry to turn this…

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Gaucin Feria. Stories By Cropping Photographs

 Gaucin Feria On Thursday evening the young family downstairs took me to the opening of the feria (an annual community party) in Gaucin, Anadalucia, Spain. Pedro snapped these photos with my ancient digital camera with which Mona Lisa captured her famous selfie. “To my…

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Model Neighbour

This is the amazing surprise created by Pedro’s wife Toni, mother and friend who lives next door in my local village in Andalucia, Spain The Family Toni also works on the meat counter of a store 10miles/15km away. She drives up the windy mountain…

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10..9..8..7..6..5..4..3..2..1.. FIRE !!

10..9..8.. My tootsies were nice and warm at 07:30am yesterday when Pedro drove me to Malaga hospital. On the way we eventually collected my interpreter, Debbie, who wasn’t ready.  A long windy mountainous road lay before us with well placed slow moving trucks to…

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