The life of a class traitor and peripatetic scouser.
http://www.torquayheraldexpress.co.uk/School-salutes-medical-success/story-29179497-detail/story.htmlSam is my boy !
Had the T shirt, had the leather jacket.
James...still got mine!Kev, great news....he can look after his dad in his old age then! seriously though you did a great job there.
The other twin has great offers too. Reading MSc in chemistry (Russell Group)If they can't look after me they will be able to send me stuff which means I won't be able to realise that I'm not being looked after.I do not intend to be a burden on either of them.
Kev, its good your kids are achieving so much as I hope mine do better than me as I've always believed that each generation should move on a stage or two.....yours have done you proud.As for your plan I may adopt it as going gaga before my girls become teenagers sounds the smartest option.
Going gaga is probably mandatory, not optional (our revs all have teenage daughters) but girls come good in the end whereas boys tend to bugger off once married. What Sam has had to go through has been heart rendingly difficult to watch. He's had to do years of voluntary work and pay the utmost attention to his studies and his CV. It takes great maturity at an early age.
I feel old.
Wondered how the 'Bop' influence came about!
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