Saturday, 31 August 2013

Heritage & Beowulf

Timothy Belmont has had a very agreeable day today. I cycled into town in the trusty two-wheeler this morning for a spot of research at the Linenhall Library, viz. the Sandersons of Cloverhill and the Eccles' of Ecclesville.

Mission accomplished satisfactorily.

Afterwards I ambled round Marks & Spencer's for twenty-five minutes or so, though bought nothing.

I attached the ancient nose-bag early for a repast of battered scampi, chunky chips, onion rings, and a good garnish of lettuce, tomatoes and coleslaw.

Any acquaintance shall apprise you the we Belmonts are never found wanting in the race to the food-trough.

Having indulged in several requisite restoratives, one is prepared for an evening's entertainment, having recorded Who Do You Think You Are and Beowulf.

Most of the other stuff on mainline television this evening is utter drivel.

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