Fathers Day



I’m not sure what my wife has planned for me, but whatever it is, its time sensitive. Some twenty years ago Linda bought me a Rolex for Christmas. A beautiful watch that I still wear today. Nothing unusual in that you say, and I’d agree. However, if you look at the Father day photo posted with this blog, it may become clearer, or perhaps not. You can see I’m holding a very nice antique carriage clock and just to my left centered on the mantle another rare clock sits. Yes! they are my two father day gifts from Linda. Of course I’m delighted to have them, but can’t help thinking there is some strange purpose here, maybe a hidden meaning behind such accurate time pieces. I’m not a bad timekeeper I don’t think I’m late when I’m supposed to be somewhere??? I can say I rarely have time on my hands or waste time. Guess I’ll just have to bide my time, and as they say, time will tell
Oops!!! its time for church I have to run, have no excuse for being late!!!
Cheers and keep reading.

About irishroverpei

Author of "Lily & Me", "The Royal Navy & Me" and Chapter XXl Armageddon. Writer, blogger and RN Submariner, antique automobile enthusiast.
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