Anyway, I figured I would pour myself a glass of wine and listen to some of my feel good music in my headphones that are as big as my head and write.
Except this post isn’t a heart wrenching post though, its a heart WARMING one.
Hi I'm looking for my first love, Charles Feringer who was at Mildenhall in the 1970s. I wonder is anyone out there recognises themselves or relatives. Any information about him or his son Ian Phillip Howard. Kind Regards, Marian Smith I am looking to contact my father Clifford Moss or anyone who may have known him. At the time His family came from Lancashire- possibly the Preston area. Many thanks Maggie Pettit I am trying to contact Barry Paxton who was a RAF Technician in Malaysia, Singapore, or Hong Kong in the mid 1960's .
Countless non-celebrities have also fallen for the charms of female flight attendants while flying and, much like nurses, they are often seen as a pin-up for the male sex.
Psychologist Judi James puts the phenomenon down to a 'feeling of helplessness' men feel when they fly, which makes them vulnerable to people paid to look after them.
I’ve never experienced it before this last one, but for the first time I received some flak and woah. I promise I’m not as negative as some of my blog posts let on.
If you follow my instagram, you know this to be true.
The first season winner was 24-year-old Jes Rickleff from Naperville, Illinois.
At the reunion, she revealed that she did not have romantic feelings for Michaels, and that she thought that he should have chosen the runner-up, Heather. [email protected] I am looking for Flight lieutenant Phillip Newbury Howard I think he was with No 75 Squadron. Shona-maree Howard (0274308202) Acting Pilot Officer John Smith Does anyone remember John Smith an Acting pilot officer training in Jurby Isle of man He was there January to march 1952 and often danced at the villa marina. He came from Bolton Lancashire the son of a Doctor.Each edition focuses on a particular moment in the cold war, as recounted by three people who were there.The episode I am focusing on is for is the early 1980s when the Cold War hotted up again after a long period of relative calm.American missiles arrived in little English towns like Mildenhall and Alconbury, and with them came US servicemen and their families - in large numbers, bringing new pressures but also new prosperity.This episode is about the impact of this on one base but also about waiting for a war that, if it comes, may be decided by actions taken in its first few minutes.