Sunday, December 28, 2008

To the lighthouse, and back to work tomorrow

An absolutely cracking Shetland Sunday; mild, calm and clear. The urge for end-of-the- year clearing up and general outdoors activity struck deep. I was engaged (with help from Magnus and James) in filling up an unexpectedly empty skip, and Susan barrowed tangle (kelp) from the beach for fertiliser.

The daylight stretched longer than we're used to, and even at 3.00pm it was light enough for me to take James on a driving lesson up to the Eshaness cliffs. At 17, with hardly any real practice, he's amazingly competent. Computer games...

Tomorrow it's back to work, and that means travelling into Lerwick following the demise of the Radiocroft. There's no live show on Ne'erday (a really excellent prerecorded one instead), but apart from that, it's live radio all week. Speak to you between two and four...


Tonykaku said...

welcome back. now i know. there was no Christmas Tom Morton Show. and, no more Radiocroft. everything changes. but, i am glad you are back to work. glad, in the good sense.
i am home for about 2 months. what to do, what to do?
thanks again for all the music.
i hope you and your Family have a happy and healthy end to 2008 and an even better 2009.
kevin from the south bay

Anonymous said...

In case I dont get the chance can I take this opportunity to wish you and your family a wonderful New Year, thanks for the music and chat in 2008 and will certainly be listening in during 2009 and no doubt dropping further ramblings on you!