Good News....

Firstly my youngest son Luke is doing a Horticulture Course at Moulton College, this will be so good for him, and hopefully give him something to aim for. He says that working outdoors, is so more like him, and going to college makes him feel like he is capable and showing that he is trying to help himself and family.

My other son Jonathan, who is in the Royal Air Force, has been to Efurt in Germany, to take part in the World Culinary Olympics. There were 53 nations taking part, and 12 of those, sent a Military team. The Great Britain Military team came home with a Silver and a Gold!!! Silver for Hot category and Gold for the Cold Buffet.

Haven't spoken to Jonathan yet, he is on his way home today. Next week he is taking part in the Combined Services Culinary Challenge Competition.

Well done to both my sons..very proud of them>

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  1. Congratulations to the lads and their proud parents !
    :)

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  2. Wow! I would be proud to. Well done.

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  3. That's great news!
    Gardens and food - my two favourite things.

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  4. Isn't it a great feeling when our children our doing well? I hope your son cooks for you. That would be a treat.

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  5. That is lovely news and I agree with Scintilla - gardens and food - it doesn't get much better than that!

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  6. How wonderful for both your sons, and good on you too, Mum! I'm sure they would give you some of the credit, too :)

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  7. Well, congratulations to both your sons on their accomplishments. Maybe elder son will make you a lovely dinner one day. :D And younger son will do up your garden for you!

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  8. being a proud mommy is always such a good thing...! so happy for you and your sweet boys...
    hugs
    s

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  9. Congratulations and all the very best for the future! Philip

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  10. Wow. What talented sons you have. The apple doesn't fall far from the tree, does it?

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  11. What great boys you have, well done, you have much to be proud of.

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  12. Thank you for lovely comments, very proud indeed!!

    Younger son has been doing some of the garden, and eldest son has always cooked for me!!! He has been a chef for 14 years now, even when he first started, the ease in which he cooked Christmas dinner was amazing. Sometimes it is hard to cook when he is around :-):-)

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  13. Hi Anne, great to hear the good news! I hope it's an antidote to the stress of a few days ago. Neil

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