Thank you Julie, you sound like a very nice person.
Your accent is strong. lol But I feel it is not An American accent
by the way you say Julie.
A very feminine voice soft and gentle, you need to be to keep
the exsplosive Tyler from busting his gut.
If you visit England you will not be dissapointed.
Some parts slightly quaint and other parts very cosmopolitan.
I have always lived in a Town, there are about 60,000 people in Harlow.
There are Many Londoners because we are an overspill from the slums of London.
Not that I come from a slum. Just middle working class.
Harlow New Town is about 60 years old. Quite a nice place to live for a Townie.
We are well known for having many sculptures including Henry Moore's called "The Family"
Sir Henry Gibbard who I have met on several occasions designed the Town.
A very jolly man who designed the first Tower Block built here.
Me being me, I told him I dislike Tower Blocks, a blot on the landscape to my eyes.
He did not appreciate me telling him that.
He wanted Harlow not to be flat like the surrounding countryside, so mounds of earth
were made. I live on top of a slight hill. Copse Hill, the copse meaning it was a wooded area at one time.
It is 10-30 pm here and very cold with heavy frosts. Thank goodness for our central heating radiators run by North Sea Gas Boiler.