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|Ronald Lewis Tuckwell
This is my first contact.
I must say that I relate to Lucy's teacup. Mine is very oftern like that, but not from intent. Its more to do with having several cups of tea each day, and only doing the dishes every 3-4 days. People who see it have a standard response, "How can you bear to drink from that?" My response to that is, "None of that is going into my stomach!"
Attached is picture of my teaspoon. It's not the only one I have, and I do know where all of the others are. But, this one is special. I live in South Australia and in 1963, at the age of 29 I was on my way to Theological College in New South Wales. At the stopover in Sydney I bought a plate, a mug, a knife/fork/spoon set and a teaspoon that I could have in my room at the College. This teaspoon is all that remains of that purchase.
The accompanying stainless steel teabag squeezer is a much more recent addition and follows experimentation with the plastic versions, which all break.
Must go ----- my cup's empty!
With kind regards,
|Nicey replies: Nice composition Ron.|