This blog post is to say, I’m sorry but I’ve been too busy to blog!
Watch this space 😉
This is a high-speed portable USB charger was specifically designed to charge my phone and tablet at the same time.
This charger can be charged at the mains or by solar panels that I have modified.
Cannot live without technology these days!
1 x Small disused makeup box (free from the Mrs, priceless!)
1 x Multimeter (£3 eBay)
1 x Push switch (£2.50 Maplin)
1 x Dual USB Car charger (£5 eBay)
2 x 4.5AH SLA Battery (£6 each eBay)
1 x Scrap metal face plate (was lying around in the shed)
Grand total £22.50
For all those who were unable to be a the vigil today, you will be able see 14 minutes of highlights that I have just finished editing. I am in the process of uploading this footage to YouTube. I will post a link on this page when it is complete.
Thank you Reena for getting us all together, and to all the speakers who were marvellous and for the sweet people who came to listen in the cold because they feel so passionate in this Justice for Damini movement.
May God Bless Damini, may God restore justice in humanity, may God bless womankind.
A Fat trap also known as a Grease trap, are suitable to collect any cooled kitchen fat you produce in the home.
This is “me”, Rob Abdul in the picture below modeling a fat trap to illustrate the importance of using a fat trap. I must add I don’t know how to cook; it is a case of can’t cook wont cook. Anything you can microwave, that me!
If you are a Severn Trent Water customer order their free fat tap online:
My two cents worth on a link building strategy:
Samantha (beautiful Sammy), Kate and Terry Spencer organised this charity event to support Acorn’s Children’s Hospice.
The event “Saxx and the City Chic” was held at the infamous St Andrews town hotel. This contemporary Georgian townhouse is privately owned and is located within a few minutes walk of the town centre of Droitwich Spa. I’ve taken some pictures that I do not think do justice to the place. However it will give you an inkling of its beauty.
The 7th of July was my first visit to the town of Droitwich Spa. Some of you may have seen Droitwich Spa hitting the national headlines during the floods of 2007. It was pointed out to me by Kate, the parts of the high street that were under water at the time. I’ve always wondered about how businesses and people recover from such devastation. I suppose this says a lot about the close-nit community and how well the local council Wychavon District Council are at their office.
We were served a luxurious three course meal. Entertainment was provided by Sam and the beautiful Laura, who got people on the feet with their blend of music.
Sam is an amazingly gifted young man, he not only sings, but also is a fantastic saxophone player to name but two attributes. Laura has a very strong and distinctive vocal range.
Sammy is an extraordinary fifteen year-old. She has achieved so much at such a tender age. Kate her mother showed me a folder 3 inches high full of voluntary work, Sammy caries out.
All-in-all it was a wonderful experience.
We must remember the young hero’s who have fallen
It was on 6th June 1944 that Operation Overlord – the long anticipated Allied invasion of Nazi-held Europe – went into action. What came to be known as the ‘D-day landings’.
On the French beaches and in those hedgerows, many making the ultimate sacrifice. Over two thousand Americans, British, Canadians, and Australians died that first day, trading their lives for a single ambition…so we could live free.