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Andrew Everett

May 2020

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I contacted out local undertakers to see whether I could have david’s body brought from Darlington Nursing ome for cremation in Durham. Helpful as usual, they agreed and tha date was arranged 4 May. I contacted Hostile Chaplain in N Durham Hosptial and he agreed to perform a service. this took place with simplicity. The […]

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April 2020

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Our great granddaughter is thriving . I was 84 on 25 April. I saw my family in Australia and am so pleased they are all so well. It was the best birthday present I could have had. I received at my request an album of songs by Kurt Weill and a DVD of Verdi’s ‘Falstaff’ […]

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Andrew Everett

March 2020

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Chinese epidemic seems to have arrived here as well as in Europe. The government is completely lost as to what to do. Keeping us in the house seems counter-intuitive. Surely any micro-organisms are diluted in the outside (fresh) air and as it is so sunny for the time of year ultra-violet light. would dispose of […]

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Andrew Everett

February 2020

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The garden is beginning to show sings of spring. The crocuses and early daffodils are here; it is so mild. The I-movie is about complete. I have now been emboldened and have begun to fill in an outline on another Jewish composer of merit, eventually self- exiled in USA from central Europe in 1930’s Ernest […]

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Andrew Everett

January 2020

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It has been a mld winter so far. January is always a long month. As there has been so little snow (not like last year), usual activities have gone on. I am especially happy to be working on 4th I-movie. The previous three I had converted from slides or scereens from Microsoft Powerpoint (or Apple […]

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Andrew Everett

December 2019

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I always enjoy the build up to concerts at this time in preparation for Christmas. Sadly for one reason or another, I am going to miss some of them .Ushaw choir is doing an interesting and challenging programme at Gibside, which clashes with going to Mass at 5pm at St Patrick’s. I could manage it […]

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