If, by some magic, I could be with you now, I could show you what the future might hold. But that is not possible. It all depends on the choices you make. I hope you make the right ones. Continue reading No-one can Predict the Future
The truth is that I have worked in industries each of which is at odds with my belief in the importance of protecting the planet for future generations. You may choose to call me a hypocrite. I do it myself all the time. Continue reading Monday Memories – Decisions and Consequences #5: Confessions of a Hypocrite
Summer 1961 brings me full circle, to the point where I started these Monday Memories Continue reading Monday Memories: Beginnings #16 – Closing the Circle.
I had begun my career as an Apprentice Engineer in a small company making parts for aircraft. [now] I was back where I began, dealing with aircraft design and manufacture. Continue reading Monday Memories – Back in the Real World #7: Back to the Beginning
I “worked” every seventh weekend and one bank holiday each year. The seven annual bank holidays were rotated so that, in theory and for example, we only had to do Christmas Day once every seven years. Continue reading Monday Memories – Into the Eighties #1
The fact that I found time to indulge in such exercises as devising a TV commercial confirms that I did not have enough to do. Continue reading Goodbye to the Seventies Part 1
The presence of such diversity was one of the attractions of the move to Coventry. Hereford, by comparison, seemed backward. Continue reading Monday Memories – 1968 Part 2
He was not only a master craftsman but also a wonderful mentor and teacher for those of us apprentices fortunate enough to work alongside him. Continue reading Monday Memories – 1968.