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CORNISH WAYFARER - Update
Joe Sinclair's move to Cornwall.
Lynn and Lionel's move to South Africa.
Who could ask for a better illustration for our main theme?
An update from Stephen Bray.
Joe Sinclair's move has taken place but, alas, he has not yet succeeded in selling his London house. Consequently he is in the unenviable position of commuting regularly between the two homes, mainly in order to show the London house to prospective buyers.
Details of the London house may be viewed on the agent's website by clicking here. Regrettably they omitted to mention the integral single car garage. If any reader knows of a potential purchaser, such assistance would earn your editor's gratitude.
Friends of Nurturing Potential will always be welcome guests at either his Cornish or London homes.
Lynn McGregor and Lionel Snell will be vacating their London home at the end of April and spending more time in Cape Town which they plan to make their "principal place of residence", while hoping to spend at least three months each year in Europe.
Both Lynn and Lionel (Mr and Mrs Snell) have been past contributors to Nurturing Potential.
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Our last issue featured a delightful river scene as its front cover illustration. This was painted by Sandra Braznell at whose home in the Scottish Highlands Joe Sinclair spent a delightful week In March. He had hoped to be able to purchase the actual painting, but despite the fact that the painting had been on display in a local hotel and on Sandra's website for the previous two years, it was bought by sheer chance the very day the issue of Nurturing Potential was published by someone living near Sandra. Or - dare we say - synchronicity?
Even more weird is the fact that the previous paragraph was written before a round-robin e-mail message to NP contributors asking for items of news for this column. Sandra responded instantly with the suggestion that I might use the story of the sale of the painting as an illustration of synchronicity.
last Irem and I are in our place, but there's still boxes everywhere,
masses of carpentry to be completed and I'm currently negotiating with
the gardeners to make outside into a natural looking glade, before the G
and T season starts.