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 Life, Love, and a Missing MTCN - another sandtimer bait

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2011 10:20 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Highlights from a bait stretching across two years.

In the middle of this, the lad thinks that some sex talk will help bring him the money - he gets a bit (laddishly) graphic, and therefore this is NSFW ... nor for sensitive dispositions!


1. A problem with a cheque - and three bank accounts for Alan

Richard wrote:
Dear Sir,

On behalf of the board and management of Overseas Credit Commission (OCC)
London UK, I Richard Finch, the Operations Manager wishes to inform you
that your consignment/fund tagged diplomatic luggage 122 with
Ref:No1226/X42/206 which was deposited in our vault for safe keeping by a
Diplomatic courier company (Global) In which you have been processing for
transfer is due for Immediate collection.

Be informed that we have concluded all arrangements to deliver your
Consignment at your doorstep through diplomatic means.

In line with the Binding diplomatic consignment delivery policies, kindly
furnish us with The following as set forth. A copy of your international
passport or any other means of Identification as the true consignee. .The
address where the above cargo/funds should be delivered to and your phone
number. . List the nearest international airport to your address location.

Meanwhile, we urge you to treat the above requirement with utmost urgency
to enable us dispense our duties and obligation accordingly thereby
allowing us to serve you in a timely fashion. Upon satisfactory receipt of
all the above mentioned, you Will be further acquainted with the detailed
delivery itinerary including information of the diplomat who will
accompany your consignment As always, feel very free to contact us should
you have any further question as our customers rights are continuously
protected. We pledge our best service at all times.

Yours Sincerely

Richard Finch
Foreign Operations Manager

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Finch

I think you may have addressed the mail below to the wrong person. I am not a Diplomat, I work for a consultancy firm, and am not expecting anything like this.

Yours sincerely
A. R. Littleton

Richard wrote:
Dear A. R. Littleton

Thank you for your mail. Please note that the email I sent to you was not in any way
in error. Yes you are not a diplomat but I took my time to cross check datas available and I am convinced that you are the owner of this consignment that was deposited with us in Overseas Credit Commission here in London U.K.

It is also pertinent I inform you that the consignment in question contain funds to the
tune of 3.5 million dollars and all arrangement have been put in place to ship and deliver
your consignment to you at your doorstep.

To enable me commence with the shipment process, you are adviced to furnish me with
the under listed information without further delay.

1. Your address where you will want to receive your consignment/funds
2. The nearest international airport to your address location
3. Your phone number for faster communication
4, And any means of your personal identification.

Please endeavour to send this information immediately without further delay.

Regards.

Yours Sincerely,
Richard Finch
Foreign Manager Operations
OVERSEAS CREDIT COMMISSION LONDON UK

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Finch

Thank you for writing again. I cannot imagine that somebody would be sending that amount of money to me! I have no rich relatives as far as I know. I wonder if it is really intended for the scientist Dr Littleton? Maybe a research grant or something?

Can you tell me what address is on the consignment?

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Richard wrote:
Dear Amanda Littleton,

Thank you for your email. The consignment in question as you did guess is not for Dr Littleton as you supposed. From every data available, the consignment is yours. Unfortunately no address was inscribed on the consignment apart from your name and
your contact email address.

From every information here, you are the bonafide owner of the consignment and there is
no treath what so ever. May be it must have emarnated from some lottery winings or otherwise.

In view of this please go ahead and furnish me with the requested information to enable me
get started with the process of shipment and delivery to you.

While looking forward to your very urgent response,

I remain.

Yours Sincerely,
Richard Finch

Richard wrote:
Dear Amanda Littleton,

I am very much in expectation of your response. Please furnish me
with the required information without further delay.

Richard Finch

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Finch

Sorry for my delay in writing, I have been trying to make some enquiries about where this money might have come from. I am a little worried about it, in case somebody is trying to get rid of some money they have stolen, it is against the law to receive stolen money, and I don't want to get into trouble, I have three children still at home, and no husband to help care for them.

Is there are 'From' address on the package? Can you tell me which country it was sent from?

My address is 4 Seaview Lane, Windermere, Cumbria, but I really don't want it delivered until I know more about it.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Richard wrote:
Dear Amanda Littleton

Thank you for your mail which is well understood. Let me first of all make it known
to you that I have been into this diplomatic delivery for the past two and half decades
and in the course of performing my job, I have never come accross or shiped anything
that is stolen.

I hereby reiterate that the consignment in question is yours and you are the bonifide
consignee. It is possible that you are not expecting anything in this like, but
somehow, it has been consigned to you and there is know trouble what soever. You
are a woman with three children and all the children are still at home without no housband.
To me I think this found must have come to you from whatever source probably because of
your situation.
However, I wish to asure you that there is no strings attached in this transaction. If
you do what you are asked to do you will definately receive your consignment/fund and
at the end I will look forward to your kind compensation to me for a job well done.

So please forward the required information. I saw your address and I want to be sure
that you can receive your consignment through the address given. Do send me a phone number
where you can easily be reached let me know the nearest international airport to your
address location and please attach any means of your identifcation to enable the diplomat
that will deliver your consignment be able to recorgnise when he arrives your country.

Please you do not have any cause to fear it is all yours. We here in Overseas Credit
Commission are not use to taking what does not belong to us otherwise, your consignment
would have been confsicated long before now. I am only interested in making sure you
receive your consignment/fund knowing fully well that at the end you will compensate me.

Looking forward to receiving your response within the shortest time.

Richard Finch
Foreign Operations Manager
Overseas Credit Commission London U.K

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Finch

Thank you for your reassurances about the legality of the package. I still have no idea who could have sent it, but I suppose I will find out soon!

What sort of identification would you like me to send you? I could send my birth certificate which proves that I am who I say I am. Or is it a photograph you are wanting? I'm afraid I only have casual snapshots to hand, but I could send one showing full face.

Thanking you for your advice,

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Richard wrote:
Dear Amanda,

I am sorry I could not reply your email before now.

Yes please send me immediately any one that is handy either your birth certificate
or you snapshot either or both is ok. And please reconfirm your address and do state
the nearest international airport to your location.

Do you have a phone? Please if you have, let me have the number also for faster communication.

Your very urgent response is required.

Regards.

Richard Finch

Richard wrote:
Dear Amanda,

Please do respond to my last email it is very import and I am waiting.

Richard Finch

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Finch

Sorry I could not reply to you earlier, I have been at work all day.

I enclose my photograph for identification. My address is 4 Seaview Lane, Windermere, Cumbria, and the nearest airport is Manchester. I do not use telephones due to congenital rubella, but my emails are checked every morning and evening.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Richard wrote:
Dear Amanda Littleton

Thank you very much for the forwarded information I will take your consignment/funds to
our shiping agentlater today and they will contact you as to the shipment/delivery itenerary of you consignment and fund.

As soon as you are contacted, please let me know so that I could give you further
guidlines.

Meanwhile I am looking forward to your compensating me after you have received your funds.I do expect a 20% compensation for my effort.

Please be very alert and as soon as you are contacted keep me informed.

Regards.

Richard Finch.

Macbeth wrote:
ST JAMES SECURITY
Diplomatic Courier Services

4 Dean Stanley Street London
SW1P 3JH-0845 3000000
London United Kingdom
Tell:+447011146766

Attn:AMANDA LITTLETON

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

This is to acknowledge the receipt of your consignment tagged diplomatic luggage 122 with diplomatic deposit Ref: UK 010105JAN and Diplomatic Transit Security Pin Code XX/UN-OO-DIP4747 and BATCH NO :SN A025-09/Depositor (OVERSEA CREDIT COMMISSIONS (OCC) MR RICHARD FINCH. We have also Issued him a way bill for your consignment ..In line with diplomatic shipment procedure/acts and policies your consignment has been forwarded to heathrow Airport for pre-Shipment inspection and reservation.

However you are expected to pay a mandetory shiment fee of GBP 800 .We shall deliver the consignment to your designated address : 4 Seaview Lane, Windermere, Cumbria.You will be contacted by a diplomat Owen Sherwood assigned to accompany your consignment by telephone or via email as soon as he arrives your city Cumbria.When I come back from the Airport I will contact you by email to let you know the time for the delivery.

Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Macbeth wrote:
Attn:AMANDA LITTLETON

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

we wish to inform you that your consignment have been booked and we are waiting for the delivering fee of your consignment.You can send the funds via western union money transfer on my informations below to enable us proceed and ship your consignment to you as scheduled.

Receivers name:Macbeth Oliver
Address:London,UK
Text questions:for what?
answer:Shipment.

As soon as the funds are send ,forward the MTCN to me so that we Can deliver your consignment to your doorstep.I will be waiting to hear from you soon.


Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Oliver

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

I have received your mails but I am not understanding. Why is this being flown from one airport to another? Is it not able to be delivered by van?

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Finch

I have received contact from St James Security. They have very odd delivery plans so I have written and made the query.

I assume that you are paid a salary like any other employee, and this salary is your payment for your efforts at work. Your salary is your 'compensation'. If you feel that you should receive more money for your efforts, then you need to speak to your boss about it. I am not your employer and therefore of course I am not paying you for your daily work.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Macbeth wrote:
Attn:AMANDA LITTLETON

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

Regards your email,We can not deliver your consignment via van.We Have program to fly to Manchester before we deliver with van to your doorstep.We will advice you to make the payment as soon as possible because we have scheduled to deliver your consignment today as soon as we receive the funds.We will be waiting to hear from you soon.


Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Macbeth wrote:
Attn:AMANDA LITTLETON

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

In furtherance to the previous email I sent you. Note that we are doing diplomatic delivery not just delivery as like ordinary contemporary delivery. This is a special delivery given the nature of the consignment and the instruction of your shiper Richard Finch. We can not afford to just deliver with van because of the diplomatic nature of the consignment and the insurance coverage.

We therefore advice you to go ahead and make payment as instructed and forward the mtcn to us to enable us serve you on a timely fashion.
While looking forward to your earliest response in this matter,
I remain.


Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Oliver

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

Thank you for your explanation. You will be glad to know that I have put a cheque for £800 in the post today, by recorded delivery.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Richard wrote:
Dear Amanda Littleton,

I am very happy that you have been contacted. What is their delivery plan. As usual
your consignment is expected to arrive the nearest airport to your address location
and from the airport they will make delivery to your home address. Did they include
any plans more than that.

Please I will want you to comply with their directive strictly to ensure safe delivery
of your consignment/funds.

Note that for security reasons, I did not declare it to them that your consignment contain
funds. I declared it as photographic materials. You are therefore never to mention it
to anybody that your consignment contain funds so that you can receive your consignment without any strings attached.

As regard compensation for me I am sorry if I have offended you by that it was just my
wish.

Please endeavour to give me full details of up dates.

Richard Finch

Richard wrote:
Hello Amanda,

What is the situation right now please give me update now.

Richard Finch

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Finch

St James Security explained to me about the need for air delivery. I received their mails before I left for work, so I was able to put a cheque for them into the post today.

You said that you told them that the delivery was of photographic materials, but I think that they may know otherwise because the mail I received this morning said, 'this is a special delivery DUE TO THE NATURE OF the consignment'.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Richard wrote:
Hello Amanda,

Yes St James must have told you it is a special shipment based on the instruction I
gave them.

They do believe what I told them that the consignment is photographic film materials.
So please you must endeavour to act fast to enable your consignment depart London.

Keep me informed of further development.

Richard Finch

Macbeth wrote:
Attn:AMANDA LITTLETON

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

How are you?we got your email,you dont have to post cheque to us.You must stop that cheque and get the funds in cash and sent to us via western union money transfer as directed by me on my information.We will advice you to do that as ealy tomorrow morning so that we can receive the funds and proceed to deliver your consignment to you.We will be waiting for your urgent response.


Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Oliver

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

Why on earth do you want me to stop the cheque? I sent it recorded delivery, so it will be with you by midday today. There is no reason I should pay a stopping fee on it. I can absolutely assure you it will clear, but if you want to wait the few days for that for some reason, then that is fine to me.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Richard wrote:
Hello Amanda,

I just received a mail this morning from ST JAMES saying that you sent a check to
them inrespect of the shipment. They explained to me that they do not deal with
check inrespect of the nature of this transaction and that they have giving you
a payment instruction how you are to send them the payment via western union money
transfer.

If that is the case, you should stop the check immediately and do as they have instructed. Your consignment just have to depart today because I am a little
worried over the continue stay of your consignment with the shipping company.

Please you must endeavour to do that first thing this morning.

Regards.
Richard Finch

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Finch

I have just this moment written to St James Securities. The only people who do not deal with cheques are people who are involved with tax fraud. I am not getting involved with tax fraud. The cheque was sent by recorded delivery and will arrive to them by midday today. There is no reason for me to pay stopping fees for it. It will clear fine.

Western Union is only used by immigrant workers sending money abroad to their families. Nobody uses it for internal business. It is an insecure way to send money because it can be collected anywhere by anybody.

I conduct normal transactions which cannot be part of tax fraud.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Richard wrote:
Hello Amanda,
I saw your mail and I do not agree with you that it is tax evaiders that do not use
checks. I have been dealing with ST JAMEs for quite sometime now and it has allways
been by western union where necessary.

Western Union money transfers is for faster transaction and it is sent internally
also not for abroad only. It is secured because you are to only email the mtcn to
ST JAMES only and therefore no other person have a previlaged information of the
payment.

How much is it going to cost you to stop the check? I will advice that you deduct
the amount it will cost you to stop the check from the charges and send the balance via western union to st james so that I can make up for the balance to enable your consignment leave London today. I must say again that I am not confortable while your consignment containing funds is still lying in st james departure section.

You must understand this and act swiftly.
Regards.
Richard Finch

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Finch

I don't know how much it will cost to stop the cheque, it has been some years since I last stopped one, I expect it will be about £20 or £25. But there is an easier way than that, St James Securities can tear it up and scan the proof of its destruction so I know it has been done.

I do not like the attitude of that firm, they are telling me 'I have no alternative' which is bullying. I do have an alternative. I still do not believe that the money is intended for me, but I am willing to receive it and then find out who it really should belong to. I am even willing to pay the £800 delivery to do this. But I do not have to. I can instead simply say that I do not wish for the package to come to me. So I do have an alternative.

I will write to them soon.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Richard wrote:
Dear Amanda,
Please go ahead and ask your bank to stop the check. If it will cost you £25 do just that
and send them the money via western union deduct the £25 from the £800 and I will make up
the balance for you.

Even if you can not complete the transaction by today you can still do it by tomorrow. Do
not mind the way they do things just get your consignment delivered to you.
They may not know that you have alternative but you should not tell them so just try your
best to do what they say. ok.

Rchard Finch

Macbeth wrote:
Attn:AMANDA LITTLETON

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

Please note that this shipment is a diplomatic shipment and is supposed to be handled with all mannars of urgency as was directed by your shipper Richard Finch. I gaveyou the payment instruction that you are to follow I do not understand why you had to put in a check.

We do not accept checks at this time of the transaction as our policy does not provide for that. Urgency is all it involves.

We have to comply with the shipment schedule as reservation was made. I advice you to go against all odds and make payment via western union with the instruction I gave and do anything you can to stop your check.

On a final note we are expecting your mtcn for the payment as soon as possible.


Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Oliver

I don't understand this. The cheque will be with you by midday today, indeed, if you have an early delivery, as I understand many places do in London, it will be in your post room already. I can't get it to you any more urgent than that!

I have never heard of anyone using Western Union for legal business. You know as well as me about all the warnings about it that are shown on TV and published in the newspapers. Immigrant workers who want to send money abroad to their families may have to use it (though apparently more and more are subscribing to the Muslim and Hindu alternatives), but I have never in my life known it to be used for internal payments. It is most unsafe, and that is why we have those warnings.

Go to your post room and you may find the cheque is already there. If not, it will be there by the late morning post. It was sent recorded delivery so I can check online what time it arrives. It is crossed and guaranteed by HSBC bank, so you have no need to doubt its validity.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Macbeth wrote:
Attn:AMANDA LITTLETON

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

You have no alternative than to act as I instructed you. Our plicy in this regard does not allow cheque. I gave you instruction to send the fund via western union and I will pick up the cash and settle for the charges and delivery made. You do not have any cause to fear as I will for sure receive your fund if sent via the instruction I gave you and forward the mtcn to me.

If you must receive your consignment, do as I have instructed you so that we can finalise and close our files in this transaction as there are no other alternative.


Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Oliver

Do not use bullying words to me. I do have an alternative. I can say I don't want the delivery.

If you will not accept a cheque, then I can arrange for a wire transfer, which should be with you by tomorrow, if you send me details within the next hour so I can attend to this before I go to work. This is a safe method and has bank records of the transaction. I see online that the cheque has been received this morning, so please first tear it up, and I would appreciate scanned proof that this has been done.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Macbeth wrote:
Attn:AMANDA LITTLETON

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

Thank you for your mail. Unfourtunately I have not received any check yet. The western union instruction I gave you to send fund is not out of our ethics. I still andvice you to stop the cheque withdraw money and send it via western union to me so that I can finish up with this transaction and get your consignment delivered.

Your consignment is due to arrive manchester by today.Go to your bank and stop the cheque cash the money and send it as was instructed. If what you are demanding is possible I would have told you is o.k. Your shiper Richard Finch was with me about a moment ago and I explained to him the situation and he did promised to communicate with you and see that you send the funds as was instructed

.You do not have any problems what soever as to appropriation of the funds as it will definately be collected by me and you can even trace it through western union dot com to know that I have collected the money.Please do as I have told you. When wire transfer is necessary, I would give you the company's account to pay in not with my name. Please do this immediately and let me conclude with this delivery.


Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Oliver

The cheque did arrive at your address this morning, I sent it recorded delivery so it had to be signed for, and it was then marked online that it was delivered. But as we do not know what then happened to it, I think it best that I stop the cheque as advised. I would suggest to you however that tomorrow you check your banking records, and if that cheque was not banked today, then you question your post room staff closely, because, if it was not banked, then somebody must have either lost it or stolen it. I am responsible for banking in my own place of work, and I know what security must take place, and the importance of keeping an eye on the junior staff.

I am not comfortable with the idea of using a Western Union, after all the warnings about them, but I will risk it. First, however, I need to locate a Western Union place. I am not an immigrant worker, so of course I have never had need of one before. I may have to travel into Kendal to find one. I will make enquiries and let you know.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Macbeth wrote:
Attn:AMANDA LITTLETON

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

Regards you last email, Note the western union information’s below.

Receivers name: Macbeth Oliver
Address: London,UK
Text questions: for what?
Answer: Shipment.

As soon as the funds are sent, forward the MTCN to me so that we can deliver your consignment to your doorstep. I will be waiting to hear from you soon.


Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Richard wrote:
Hello Amanda,

What have you been able to do? I am waiting by my computer.

Richard Finch

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Finch

I have been at work this afternoon, so unable to do anything.

Mr Oliver of St James Security has told me that the cheque has not been received, but I know it has, because I sent it recorded delivery and so somebody has to sign for it on the little hand held computer thing, and then it is put on online what time it arrived, and it arrived at something past ten this morning. So I don't know what has happened to that, it might be that whoever is responsible for banking has just banked it without it passing through Mr Oliver, but anything could have happened, so maybe it is best I stop the cheque as advised.

I'm not bothered about the stopping fee as regards the cost, I am not short of money, and the fee is not much too me at all. I just resent giving money to the bank because they like to charge for everything, and it is not necessary to charge fees just to press a key on a computer keyboard, they are just rob dogs. So I am still happy to send the full amount of the delivery charge, no problem.

Mr Oliver wants me to send the money instead through Western Union though which is very odd, I offered to make a wire transfer which could have had the money in the account of St James Security tomorrow, but he was not interested. I feel very nervous about sending money through Western Union because of all those warnings about it on TV and in the newspapers, but if that is the way it has to be done, I suppose I will have to risk it. As I am not an immigrant worker though, I do not know where to find a Western Union place, I will have to enquire about it. I looked in the local directory but there is not one listed in there. It might be that I have to go to Kendal or somewhere, I don't know. I will make enquiries.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Richard wrote:
Hello Amanda,

I have just read your mail this morning. As for the cheque I know it has not been paid into st james account. Do just stop the cheque.

I am sure that there is a western union outlet in Kendal or somewhere, so please do find out and make the payment I quite appreciate your effort in this regard.

Make the payment and send the 10 digit number to oliver via his email address and make sure he is the only person you send it to. Do not post the slip to him.

Eendeavour to do this as soon as possible.

Richard Finch

Richard wrote:
Hello Amanda,

Have you been able to send money to Mr. Oliver? please let me know so that I can
monitor him and know when the consignment will depart.

Richard Finch

Richard wrote:
Amanda,

Should you not find out any western union transfer agent yet, check out this place.

240 Dalton Road, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria

Richard Finch

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Finch

Barrow-in-Furness is a two hour round trip to make. I don't know when I would be able to do that, I am a working woman, and I also have three children at home. I certainly can not do that trip next week, I do not have the time off from work.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Macbeth wrote:
Attn:AMANDA LITTLETON

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

Regards your email,we did not receive any check here and non of the staff received your check.I told you to stop the check earl er.I will advice you to send the funds as directed by me to enable us proceed and deliver your consignment to you.We will be waiting for the western Union information's.


Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Oliver

Somebody at your address signed for that cheque, I can even find out the name of the person who signed for it if you wish, that is the whole point of sending something by recorded delivery is that the post office has a record of what time it arrived at the address, and who signed for it. So please do not argue with me. If there is no trace of that cheque, then a member of your post room has stolen it. Would you like me to ask the post office for the name of the person who signed for it, so that you know who the thief is?

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Richard wrote:
Hello Amanda,

I saw your mail and I quite understand. I was with Mr Oliver in his office and
was able to make him see reason why a bank wire transfer is necessary.
In effect therefore, he agreed to furnish you with a bank account where you will
have to pay in the fee.

I hope that as soon as he aquates you with the bank information, wire transfer will
be made immediately so that this consignment will depart London once and for all.
I must confess that I am worried a lot as your consignment remains in ST James
departure section.. All the same I am quite sure that by next week all will be
concluded.

As soon as he furnishes you with a bank account please keep me informed.

Regards.

Richard Finch.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Finch

That's very fine, I can do that on Monday on the way to work, I work very near the bank. Thank you very much for your help and understanding.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Macbeth wrote:
Attn:AMANDA LITTLETON

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

I saw your mail and I was expecting the western union payment information. However, your shiper Richard Finch was at my office to say you could not possibly make payment via western union because of importunity.

Being that as it is, I hereby forward you our operation banking information for you
to wire in the money to enable me conclude with this transaction. If you are able
to do this today or tomorrow, I would be able to round up by Monday and I am sincerely sorry for the delay.

BANK NAME:BANK OF CHINA
TAIZHOU BRANCH.LUQIAO LUQIAO SUB-BRANCH.39-53 NANGUAN
ROAD LUQIAO TAIZHOU ZHEJIANG CHINA.
SWIFT CODE :BKCHCNBJ92J
AC/NO:xxxxxxxx
BENEFICIARY:xxx xxx xxxxx

As for the cheque, we are still investigating it to fish out the thief if realy it
was pick up by somebody and I will appreciate it if you can give me the name of the
person that picked it up as you said. However, it will not be possible for such a person to cash the cheque. I did instruct you to stop the cheque and if you have done that,I do not think anybody can cash the cheque. Meanwhile, find the information of the account you are to wire in the money and get me informed as soon as that is done.


Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Oliver

Thank you for the account details, but are you really sure you want it sent to China? It will take a week for a wire transfer to go through there, but if it is sent to a London account, it will take 1 or 2 days only. Also it will have to go through 2 currency conversions if sent to China, and some of the money will be lost in the conversions.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Richard wrote:
Hello Amanda,

Hope Mr Oliver gave you an account. Please let me know.

Richard Finch

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Finch

Yes, My Oliver has provided the account for the wire transfer. It is a very strange account though because it is the account of a Chinaman. Why is this? It seems to me a very strange idea and it is not fast to do wire transfers to China.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Richard wrote:
Dear Amanda,
I saw your mail about 1hr ago. I went to cardif for a meeting involving certian
shipment to Singapore and was unable to access my email earlier.

However, I queried Mr. Oliver for causing the delays in this transaction and made
him to understand that I am very angry with him and his company. He promised
to furnish you with another account later today and told me that your consignment
will depart London today for Manchester if you are able to make the payment today. So
please try and make the payment with the bank account he will give as he said.
endeavour to keep me up dated.

Regards.
Richard Finch

Macbeth wrote:
Attn:AMANDA LITTLETON

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

sorry for the delay in responding to your last mail,it was due to my tight schedule as i have to attend to other consignment due for despatch.Find below account details on how to make the payment to us.we will advice you to mke the payment today to enable us deliver your consignment tomorrow with out any further delay.as soon as you made the transfer ,scan the tranfer slip and send it to us.

Bank name:Lloyds bank
Account name:Mr xxxxx xxxxx
account no:xxxxxxx.
Sort Code: 30 99 88,
CUSTOMER ADD:xx lxxxx bxxxx ,erith, & $

Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Oliver

I am sorry I could not write back to you yesterday, we had much rain and wind, and I did not have an internet connection.

Thank you for the faster account to send the money to. It may be because of the internet problems, but not all the information for the account came through properly. This is what I got:

Bank name:Lloyds bank
Account name:Mr xxxxx xxxxx
account no:xxxxxxx.
Sort Code: 30 99 88,
CUSTOMER ADD:xx lxxxx bxxxx ,erith, & $

The address is not finished, but has symbols, I think it might be the connection problem caused it. Do I also need the address of the bank? When I make wire transfers for my work, I always fill in on the form the receiving bank address. Is it a necessary thing, and if so, could I have bank address?

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Richard wrote:
Dear Amanda,

I tell you my sister I am very angry with Mr. Oliver I was with him a few minutes ago and
he told me exactly what you have said. He showed me the account details which I saw.
I think the information ended with the symbol for and as & and dollar as $ but he did
say that the moment you wire in the money that he will receive it immediately and
I sugested that I will stay with him until he picks the money and go straight to the airport
to make sure that the consignment leaves today.

So please go ahead and instruct your bank to do the wire transfer with the account details
he has given you exactly as it appears there and he will for sure pick it up..

How is your work and your children? hope everything is o.k.

Do your best to get back to me immediately this is done and please you must do it
today with what ever account detail he gives you I will be with him to make sure he picks
it up and do the shipment today.

Looking forward to hearing from you in the shortest possible time.

Richard Finch

Macbeth wrote:
Attn:AMANDA LITTLETON

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

Regards your email,I the account i sent you wa correct and there no more informations you needed to add to the account.I am sending you another account below I will advice you to do all you can to pay in the funds today into the account below.I will be waiting to receive the payment slip as soon as it is sent.

BANK NAME Abbey bank plc
account name: xxxxx xxxxx
account no: xxxxxxx.
sort code:09 01 27
bic:ABBYGB2LXXX


Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Richard wrote:
Hello Amanda,

I have been here with Mr Oliver in his office for over three hours now expecting
you to send the payment information so that I see to it that your consignment is
despatched but did not hear from you. Hope no problems.

If you have not done it, please endeavour to do it first thing tomorrow morning
on you way to work.

Richard Finch

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Finch

I am sorry, I had already left this morning by the time Mr Oliver's mail arrived. I have just glanced at his letter and it looks like he has sent me a different account to pay now. But yes, I can do it tomorrow on the way to work, my bank is very close to my office.

I hope your weather has been better today than it is here, it has been dreadful, like a monsoon rain in the tropics.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Richard wrote:
Dear Amanda,

That is ok. Because he told me he has sent you two account information and that any
of the two is good.

Please my sister to enable me rest on my ass. Endeavour to make the payment first
thing tomorrow morning so that I will have a rest of mind once your consignment depart
tomorrow. Please do well to furnish me also with the payment slip for evidence on my side.

Yes it is quite a better weather today than what we had yesterday. How about your
children. Say me well to them.

Regards.

Richard Finch

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2. Time to make friends - despite the absent bank transfer slip

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Finch

Please don't worry, I have the account information, I just have to print it out and then it is ready for the transfer tomorrow.

It is very kind of you to ask after my children. I have four children, three still living with me, and the eldest has his own apartment. They are all well, busy at school (one is in the middle of her GCSEs), and the eldest busy at work. He works as a walking guide (and is also training to be an outdoor pursuits instructor) so he will have got very wet today if he has been out on the fells.

Hopefully the better weather will move up here by tomorrow!

Regards
Amanda Littleton

Richard wrote:
Hello Amanda,

It is over mid night here but having in mind a very buisy schedul for tomorrow
I had to turn on my computer and I saw your reply to my last mail.

I am quite happy that you are doing well with the children and I pray God to
give you all that you deserve to take good care of them. I dont want to be
incusitive, but what about the father of your children.

I think from what I understand, , you are a very courtious woman and a
real mother indeed to keep your four children together even at the absence of
their father. I know God will give you the grace.
I will want to request an invitation from you after this transaction to meet with
you and know you person to person. I have just three children. The eldest one
is in USA and he is a lecturer in a college. Jean and Berty my two daughters
are working with insurance and accounting firm respectively. Anita my wife
died two yours now of breast cancer.

please endeavour to do it very early tomorrow so that your fund will leave here.
I am worried over the continued delay. Mr Oliver is a very buisy man and
he is not readily available when you want him that is the more reason I will want
your consignment to depart London tomorrow. So send the money with any of the
accounts he sent to you. Even if it is the first one I am quite sure he will
pick it up in a short while after the wire transfer has been made.

Have a splendid night and take good care of the children.

Richard Finch

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

May I call you Richard? Certainly I will do the wire transfer on my way to work, I'll use the last bank account I was given, I've already printed out the details.

I've been divorced for six years, and separated for two years before that. My marriage had been a bit of a mistake, at the time we got married, I was already pregnant with my eldest son, Iain, and although my ex-husband and I tried to create a happy family life, and went on to have three more children, we did not really have anything in common, or like doing the same things, we got on alright, didn't argue or anything, but we just weren't in love, or even good friends, just two people living under the same roof. So, after a time, he started staying out late and being away a lot, and I assumed he had met another woman who he did love. This certainly turned out to be the situation, and 8 years ago, he said he wanted to leave. I wasn't upset by this, but wished him well.

He sends the children birthday and Christmas cards with a cheque inside, and he pays monthly maintenance for the children into one of my bank accounts, but that's it, he hasn't otherwise been in contact since he left, and I don't even know where he lives nowadays. My youngest son, Vincent, was only 3 years old when he left, and doesn't even remember him at all. He says he wants me to remarry, though, because he has never had a father, and imagines that fathers play cricket and football with their sons all the time, and he wants that sort of father! I've told him that a father is more likely sat in front of the TV having a beer, actually, but he doesn't believe me!

I'm sorry to read that your wife has passed away, I hope it was without too much suffering. You must be very proud of your children's achievements.

Regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Dear Amanda,

I read your mail and want to say your marriage was not a mistake. Your marriage was a blessed one with four children. Your husband happened to be one of thoes social misfits that abounds all over the world and turned out to be what he his.

You still have course to be happy with your children who will always be there to show you love and cherish you. I want to surport your child that says you should remarry. From what I saw from the photograph you sent to me you look beautiful and you can still marry and keep a home with your husband especially for the sake of Vincent.

My sister I want you to be happy with your children at all time and God will always be there for you.

I expected that you would have done the wire transfer and forwarded the slip to me and Mr Oliver but uptil the time of my writing this mail this afternoon neither me nor Mr Oliver has received the slip. I am sure you must have done the wire transfer and waiting until evening when you will be able to access your mail before you send the
confirmation slip.

If you have made the wire transfer, please endeavour to make it know to Mr. Oliver and myself first thing in the evening after work so that by tomorrow morning shipment will be effected.

I am looking forward to an invitation from you for me to visit you and your children after this transaction and what about that. My regards to Vincent and the orthers.

Regards.

Richard Finch.

To Macbeth, Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Oliver

I went to the bank today to make the transfer to the last account you gave me, the Abbey Bank one, but unfortunately, due to some newer accounts being used for fraudulent activities, my bank (HSBC) are not permitting wire transfers to Abbey Bank accounts with the sort code of 09-01-27 at the moment (only to ones with the older sort code of 09-01-26) until the Abbey Bank has finished its investigations.

Therefore, I will return tomorrow and make the transfer to the Lloyds Bank account that you gave me previously. The man I spoke to in the bank said there would be no problem with this.

I'm sorry I didn't think to take both account details with me, but I did not for one moment think that the second one would be needed, I thought it would be straightforward. But please be assured that I will make the transfer to the Lloyds account tomorrow.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I went to the bank to make the transfer with the last account Mr Oliver gave me, which was one with the Abbey Bank. Unfortunately it holds the sort code of 09-01-27 and the HSBC are not permitting wire transfers to that sort code at the moment because it has been greatly used for fraudulent activities. Apparently the older sort code for Abbey Bank is 09-01-26 and that is ok for the transfers, it is the new one of 09-01-27 (that has newer accounts) which has some problem accounts and the HSBC has blacklisted it until the Abbey Bank's investigation is over. So I am going to have to go back tomorrow with the account I was given before that, which is at Lloyds Bank, the man I was speaking to in the bank says there will be no problem with that. I wish I had taken that information as well today, but I didn't think for one moment that I would need it. But I am sorry for the delay.

You are most charming, I don't think I am beautiful! I might have been alright once, when I was young, but I've aged since then, and am just a boring looking middle aged woman now! The only thing I have on my side is that I am very fit and healthy! It is all that walking up hills!

I must be five or six hours from London, but if you are ever up this way, I will make you most welcome. And I promise I won't let Vincent show you his football!

Regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Amanda,

Thank you for your information. I am going to make sure that Mr. Oliver is fired after
this transaction for all this fuck ups.

Please if you are able to make the wire transfer tomorrow with the second account, please
endeavour notify me in the morning hours so that there will still be enough time.

Amanda you are still quite beautiful the age has not told on you much as you think, except you just what to keep to yourself.

I am worried with this transaction and I give you my word. Immediately after this transaction I will make sure that Mr Oliver is releaved of his job.

When I visit you I will surely persuade Vincent to let me have his football.

Please do all you can to make it possible by tomorrow. If it is possible to read from you again this evening I will appreciate it my dear.

Richard Finch

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello again Richard

Oh please, it is not Mr Oliver's fault that some bad people have opened accounts at the same bank that his firm uses. Mr Oliver had no control over that, and cannot be blamed. I don't suppose he even knew about the investigations, the bank would not be advertising that they are investigating some people's accounts, it would be quite secret at that end, I should think.

The man in the bank assured me there would be no problem with a transfer to any other bank, so the transfer to Lloyds will be done just fine. I will let you know as early as I can, but I'm not usually able to write personal emails from work.

My daughter Megan (she is 16 years old) is cooking the evening meal tonight, and I think it will be ready soon, so I had better finish here and be ready for it in time. She is quite cross if anyone is late to the table!

It has finally stopped raining here today and is quite a pleasant evening. Have you been to the Lake District before? Windermere gets quite crowded with tourists in summer, of course, but I do know some quieter places to go where most tourists can't be found!

Regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
My Darling Amanda,

You are such a wonderful and courageous woman and I wonder what your exhusband could not find in you that made him to behave the way he did. I want to believe that men often times are the architect of thier misfourtune in life based on their
nasty behavious. I have already made up my mind about Mr Oliver until this your passionate thought about him and the delays as a result of the bank and their account. You are a very understandable woman.

As a matter of fact I contacted him after my last email to you and he actually told me he is unaware of that.
In any case, he also said he does not envisage any problems with the Lloyds bank account. That you have to make sure
your bank wires in the fund through the Lloyds bank and that he will for sure pick it up. In effect therefore, no matter what ever anormalies that may be found in the Lloyds account ask your bank to go ahead and transfer the money as he is sure he will be able to pick it up.

I will want you to do all that is possible to communicate with me and orliver immediately you have made the transfer in the morning hours so that we can have an ample time to go about the shipment. If there is any way you can email us
from work or anyother place immediately the payment is made, I think it will be good for us.

Do have have a plesant time on the dining table this good evening after the rains.

I have never been to lake District before and it will be wonderful for me to have such an experince.

Regards to Megan and Vincent I love them. Have a pleasant night.

Richard Finch

Richard wrote:
Hello Amanda,

It is still the morning hours here in London and I am still expecting you to furnish me with
the payment slip.

Please do that for me horney.

Richard Finch

Macbeth wrote:
Attn:AMANDA LITTLETON

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

REGARDS YOUR EMAIL,HAVE YOU BEEN ABLE TO PAY IN THE FUNDS NEEDED TO DELIVER YOUR CONSIGNMENT TO THE BANK ACCOUNT I GAVE YOU?WE HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR THE SLIP TO PICK UP THE FUNDS AND PROCEED DELIVERING.WE WILL ADVICE YOU TO SEND THE PAYMENT SLIP TO US AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.WE WILL BE WAITING FOR YOUR URGENT RESPONSE.


Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I have been out of the office today and am only just back. I am now leaving to go home, and will write to you properly from home. I have sent the payment.

Regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Amanda,

That is great. I know you are going to read this mail at home. Hope you never had
problems while out of the office for today. My darling send the information and I will
see what can be done today.

Bye for now.

Richard Finch

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

No, of course there were no problems at the bank, it was only with that Abbey Bank sort code, no problems with Lloyds Bank. The man at the bank said it usually takes 48 hours for a transfer to Lloyds, but it could get held up this weekend because it is Bank Holiday Weekend and banks are not opening normally. That is not a worry though, he said, just something to remember.

I make a lot of wire transfers through work, but I don't deal with the company's bank statements (we have a different person doing that so there is no chance that one person could do fraudulent accounting and then cover it up themselves), so although I know all about making transfers, I do not know what they look like on the bank statement. So I will give my details to Mr Oliver by tomorrow too, but I will give them to you too so I am sure that everyone has them.

The transfer, I am thinking, will either be in my name or in my account number. My legal name is Amanda Rose Morrison, and shows on my bank account as A. R. Morrison.

(This is why I think that the consignment is not really meant for me. Nobody on earth knows me as Amanda Rose Littleton, it is just an email name, though it is the name of my father's family. They were called Littleton and I was also known as that when I was young, before I got married. So I think I am still legally entitled to open the consignment, so I intend to open it and see if I can find who is intended for, and give it to them. If I can't find it out, I will take it to the police for them to investigate.)

My bank account is with HSBC, sort code 40-xx-01 and my account number begins 923 and ends with 771.

I hope that will be enough information for the recognition.

You must visit the Lake District sometime if you have never been! It is very beautiful once you get away from all the tourists. Lovely views from the hills looking down to the lakes. You just need to make sure you bring your umbrella!

Regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Dear Amanda,

Thank you for all the forwarded information. But I was thinking
after you have made the transfer, a transfer slip will be issued to
you which you are suppose to send to Mr. Oliver and forward to me also
by today as you have made the payment so that with the slip money can
be withdrawn. Will it be possible for Oliver to pick up money from the account
by tomorrow?

When are you going to send the details, is it going to be in the morning or in the
evening?

I will for sure visit the lake District. From all I have been hearing about it,
it must be a wonderful place to be while I make sure I have my unbella with me.

How about Vincent and Megan, hope they hard a wonderful day today.
My dear please let me read again from you this evening
.
Regards.

Richard Finch

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

What on earth are you talking about?

If the man in the reception lobby gave ME the transfer slip, then the clerk who inputs the transactions would never know that I wanted a wire transfer to be made!

After I have signed the transfer form, it is taken away to be given to the clerk, so she or he can actually make the transfer on the computer. I don't have it!

And I have already told you, the man at the bank told me it usually takes 48 hours for a transfer to Lloyds bank, but this could be disrupted because of the Bank Holiday Weekend. So of course it can't be picked up today, it has not even been 24 hours yet!

Perhaps you need to stop working so late and get some rest, so that your mind works a bit clearer!

Regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Dear Amanda,

Thank you very much for you information. I think I must confess that I do not know much of banks and their way of operations.

Your explanation is quite clear. The money has not yet reflected in the computer as at today I think I understand you.

However, if you get to the bank today the form you filed which is suppose to be the payment advice or transfer form which for sure will contain your
legal name of Amanda Rose Morrison and do appear on bank details as A. R Morrison and your Bank name HSBC with sort code 40-xx-01 and your account number
should be forwarded to me and Mr. Oliver as Mr. Oliver himself is very critical about this. This will be enough to prove that such advice to your bank
to make wire transfer was actually done by you.

My dear I quite agree with you that I am working too far into the nights and will have a change of routine.

I look forward to your understanding.

Richard Finch.

Macbeth wrote:
Attn:AMANDA LITTLETON

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

Mr Richard Finch informed me late this evening that you have wire transferd
the money to Lloyds Bank. I will want you to send me the transfer slip for confirmation by tomorrow.

Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Oliver

The transfer slip is given to the person who inputs the transactions. It remains with the bank, not myself.

The information you may find helpful:

My legal name is Amanda Rose Morrison, and appears on bank details as A. R. Morrison.

My bank is HSBC, sort code 40-xx-01, and my account number begins 923 and ends 771.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I have just written to Mr Oliver explaining that the transfer form belongs to the bank, they keep it as proof that I myself signed for the transfer to happen, they are not going to give it back to me!

Is Mr Oliver an immigrant worker or something, who is not familiar yet with British banking?

I don't need to 'prove' that I have made the transfer. The proof will be there as soon as the money reaches the Lloyds bank account.

Regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Dear Amanda,
I think it is just the way they do their business. He even showed me some transfer forms of previous transactions.
Mr Oliver is a Briton. Please take patience and do it as he wants.

Baby I love you. I am wondering whether you are at home or office.

Richard Finch

Macbeth wrote:
Attn:AMANDA LITTLETON

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

Regards your email,We need the payment or transaction slip from you for verifiction that such transaction took place so as to avoid mixup as several payments
are wired into the account on a daily basis. In effectthere, you are adviced to pick the transaction slip from your bank this morning and send it to
me without further delay. Make sure it is sent this morning.

We anxiously await your compliance.


Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Oliver

I don't know what sort of bank you have, but I can tell you that my bank is not going to give me the transfer form back! It belongs to them, they will keep it as proof that I signed for the transfer to happen.

Anyway, it gives no more details on it than what I have told you. It is mostly the details of the Lloyds account it was sent to, plus my name, and my account number, and signature. I have already given you my legal name and details of my bank and bank account number. That is sufficient.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Macbeth wrote:
Attn:AMANDA LITTLETON

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206

We got your email,Ok just go the bank ask them to make a photo copy of the transfer form for you to scan and send it to me that is all i need . I will be waiting for that.


Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Oliver

I will ask the bank for this. It will have to be sent through the post, though, as I do not have a scanner.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Macbeth wrote:
We got your email,Do not post it to me.You can send it after work via email as soon as you get it from your bank

Amanda Rose wrote:
Mr Oliver,

I am not at work. It is Bank Holiday Weekend. I do not have a scanner so I cannot send anything like this by email.

I am now going to the bank. I will ask for a photocopy of the transfer form. I will put it in the post, and it will be with you by tomorrow morning.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Macbeth wrote:
Amanda,

Please dont send it via the post as it might be picked up by anyother person.
If you cant scann it at home please go to a library or you can do it later. I want it via
email

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Oliver

I had already switched off my computer by the time you sent your last mail. Though the library here does not have scanning facilities! I live in a small town, not London, and the library here only has a photocopier.

Anyway, I have been to the bank and the post office and I have had a copy of the transfer form made and I have sent it by Guaranteed Next Day Delivery, so it will arrive before 12 noon tomorrow. It has to be signed for, so there is no chance of it going astray, providing you don't allow E. N. Dyball to sign for it. (Did I tell you before that I found out who signed for the cheque I sent? The one that went missing. It was E. N. Dyball, so I think you need to keep on eye on him or her.)

I am surprised that you are so distrusting of your post room staff. They should be the most trustworthy of people. But I have marked it For The Attention of Mr M Oliver so you just need to instruct your post room staff to bring it straight to you when it arrives.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

It is Ok, I got a copy of the transfer form from the bank and I have sent it to Mr Oliver by Guaranteed Next Day Delivery, so he will have it tomorrow morning.

I'm at home today, our consultancy firm mainly works within the tourist industry, and this is probably the most important Bank Holiday Weekend of the year to them, as it is where they launch their new seasonal staff and any new facilities and ideas they have, so they are too busy to be concerned with any other business, and we have discovered that it is just a waste of time trying to get any work done today, so we always have a holiday for this Bank Holiday Weekend Friday.

The children finish school for the holiday today, so it will be a nice rest from exams for my daughter Megan, though she is spending most of the holiday working in a local hotel. She has worked there weekends and holidays for 2 years now and is already working towards her NVQ level 2 in Food Service, which is very good for a 16 year old.

Regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Amanda,

I am glad that you are taking all this pain to see that this is completed. I have
explained to Mr. Oliver that the information you gave him was enough. I think he
is not properly schooled. He is not a profesional. All he knows is cargo and shipment.
I am sure that by tomorrow morning the momey would have reflected in the Lloyds
account and he will pick it up.

I am happy to learn that Megan has just finished her examination. I would have
wished she hard a full rest through the period instead of getting involved in
a Local hotel work. For a girl of 16 dont you think she deserves rest after her examinations? Megan is for sure going to take after her mother who is a very industrious woman.

Amanda you are wonderful. I imagine how you keep a very good home all alone even
in the abscence of husband. You are a worthy mother.
Nise to hear also that you will be having a bank holiday rest today. Please
endeavour to avail yourself of any fun you can afford today while observing your
holidays.

When I visit the Lake District I imagine you being under the same umbrela with me
Amanda.

Do please have a swell day today. Hopefully, Mr. Oliver will pick money tomorrow
and round up.

Regards horney. I dont know, but each time I glance your photograph, something keep
telling me you are a very pretty woman.

If possible let me read from you again. I will spend most of my time today in the
office and will always be by my computer. I love you horney.

Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Well, I've done my best to give Mr Oliver all that he requires, so I hope all is fine now.

It is much better weather here today and I am just back from a walk with my dog, Cherry. I have two dogs, but one is just a puppy (13 weeks old) and hasn't finished his innoculations yet, so can't go out walking for another 3 weeks, so I just took the adult one.

Megan is very determined to get good hotel work qualifications before she goes to university (in 3 years time, she is going to take a year off, and travel to the Phillipines and New Zealand and maybe South America first), so that while she is at university she can get well-paid weekend and vacation work, so she doesn't fall into big debts like so many students do. She is a very sociable girl and I think she enjoys mixing with all the other hotel staff and the guests, they seem to enjoy her too.

I have good children, and they all have to help with the running of the home, taking a turn at cooking once a week after they are 12 years old, keeping their rooms clean, and also taking turns at doing the laundry from very young. I do the shopping though, otherwise they would buy nothing but snack food and fizzy drinks, I'm sure!

I also have a very good neighbour who is retired and looks after the younger children for me during the school holidays and after school when I am working. I don't think I could manage without that! I don't need to go to work, financially, because I have an inheritance to live on, but I do need to go mentally, I need to have some adult company, otherwise I would just become a mother and nothing else! I don't have any real friends locally, except for my next door neighbour, so I do like to go out and have people to talk to!

I haven't had any lunch yet, so I am now going to make a sandwich.

Don't work too hard!

Regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Dear Amanda,

It is 12.15 am here. I was suddenly called up for a special assignment that has
to do with the United Nations Social work in Iraq. I came in very late and yet
I felt you must hear from me. I may be making a trip to Iraq sometime next week.

It is a very good plan you have for Megan. I quite agree with you that she should
have some good hotel work qualifications before going to the university so that
she can financialy keep to herself and not fall into dept like other students whoes
means are very limited.

Nice you had a walk out with Cherry. I love dogs. I have my guy scupy my
dog. It is quite aged now and I avoid giving him much fatigue. It is quite
ineresting that Megan is a very sociable girl and loves mixing with people. I
think she is inate in the hotel work, and I would want to say she should take
up a hotel management carrier. Megan must be a wonderful girl to meet since
she seem to be a guest delight. I will avail myself the opportunity of seeing
her, Vincent and others. I am very proud of my childern and always appreciate
families with well brought up children. Come to think of it, each taking turn
at cooking and handling their laundry themselfs. How I wish I will have the
opportunity of eating from Megans cooking.

How about your retired neighbour? man or woman. whats the name. I think she or he must
be a real good neighbour to take care of the children when you are out. My regards
to him or her.

My darling I love your idea of not being an entirely house mother. Even though
you have inheritance you still keep working and not seating at home. Yes you need
a mixup with some adult friends and someother people for you to go mental.
I will advice you keep good adult friends. Even though you must talk to people,
you talkless and do more of listning.

Yes less I forget, did you mail the transaction form to Mr. Oliver? he told me
you suggested mailing it in the post to him but he said you should scan and send
to him in his email. He said he is likely to pick up the money and make the
trip to Machester by tomorrow. If he is able to do that, he will alert you as
he arrives Machester and let you know the time of his arrival in Cumbria. If
the time will not be convinient for you, you let him know when you will be at
home to receive the consignment.

As soon as Mr. Oliver contacts you from Manchester, please keep me informed.
I will expect to read your reply to this mail in the morning hour, and after that,
I will only access my email late tomorrow evening.
.
Horney I love. Do you make nice sandwichies? I will for sure work less

Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

You must be a good man to be involved in UN social work in Iraq. I read on the BBC news that there are problems in some places with water supply and electricity, and it can be hard to get good medical care because many doctors fled away during the fighting, and there are still some clashes and violence on the streets after dark, I suppose it will take a long time to repair the country.

I will have to write to Mr Oliver, I don't think it is a good idea to travel to Manchester today and then contact me from there. I have to go out today and do shopping because of the Bank Holiday Monday and the shops being shut tomorrow and the next day, so I will not be at home to receive his contact, it is probable. It would not be good for him to be at Manchester trying to contact me, and I am out in town. I think we will need to arrange it for Tuesday. It may be that the money will not go through until the late afternoon anyway, because it will not be 48 hours like the man in my bank said until then, it was afternoon when I did the transfer. Yes, I sent Mr Oliver a copy of the transfer form, I sent it Guaranteed Next Delivery, so he will get it by the first postal delivery this morning. I couldn't scan it and email it because I don't have a scanner.

Megan intends to train as a teacher of deaf children. This has been her dream since quite young and she already is very fluent in British Sign Language and she does voluntary work with deaf children and helps at a social club for deaf adults. We do actually disagree about her ideals. She thinks that all deaf children should learn British Sign Language as their first language and be part of separate deaf culture. I disagree, and think it more important for the children to learn to lip read hearing people and to speak clearly and to be able to be part of the bigger society and have integration. I was born deaf due to congenital rubella and I was taught to lip read and speak from being little more than a baby, and I can speak very well and have good grammar and pronunciation, and I can lip read anybody and therefore communicate well with everybody, It means I can go to work anywhere, and I can socialise with every person, not just other people who are deaf. But if you teach deaf children only sign language, they cannot interact with hearing people at all, because they cannot understand each other, and that is isolating. So Megan and I disagree about this and every now and then we argue some more! But nonetheless, I shall support her career choice and help her through university. She is her own person and must make her own life decisions, not just do everything my way!

My next door neighbour who helps so much is a widowed gay man. He lived many years with another man who he loved very much, but he died some years ago of cancer, and my neighbour, he is known as Pixie, he says he does not think he will find anyone else to love so well again. Pixie is a very clever and intelligent man and the children adore him, especially Megan, who likes to debate all sorts of issues with him. Pixie and I have meals and drinks together quite a lot, though he has many friends who visit up from London and Birmingham and he goes away to visit them too.

I like cooking (and eating) very much, it is one of my interests and I buy many recipe books to try new ideas! My sandwiches are also very good, especially at the moment because I have fresh lettuces growing in the garden already. I'm not really very good at growing things (I get busy and forget to water them), but the lettuces always do alright,

What breed of dog do you have? My Cherry is a miniature poodle, and Cody (who is only 13 weeks) is a standard poodle. I'm hoping to train Cody to do agility later, I think I am fit enough!

Well, I had better write to Mr Oliver, as he could be receiving the transfer slip by now, if his post comes early. I don't want him to travel to Manchester and then be stuck there trying to contact me when I am not here.

Have a good Bank Holiday Weekend.

Regards
Amanda

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Oliver

I have received a mail from Mr Finch who says you intend to travel to Manchester today after checking about the money, and you intend to contact me from there.

Unfortunately, due to the Bank Holiday, I am needing to go out today to purchase some items, and will not be at home for the contacting.

It would be better, therefore, to leave the delivery until the Tuesday, when I can make arrangements for its reception.

Yours sincerely
Amanda Littleton

Macbeth wrote:
Attn:AMANDA LITTLETON

Re Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206
Regards your consignment delivery.We wish to inform you that the funds was not sent in to the account provided by me and that was why the delivering was not done today.We wish to know why the funds is not been paid in or get to the account?We will wait to hear from you soon.


Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

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3. Problems with Fraud Stars

Amanda Rose wrote:
Richard, please can you help?

An email came in while I was having breakfast this morning and it was from Lloyds Bank at 4 Dean Stanley Street, London, they said they had just got my transfer form. That is the address I sent it to, because that is the address that Mr Oliver always has on his mails. But the manager at Lloyds says there is no St James Security there. It is Lloyds bank there. He said that he thought I had been victim of fraud and as consequence had immediately suspended my transfer to the sister branch of Lloyds that I had made, he told me to print out the correspondence I had had with Mr Oliver and take it immediately to my nearest Lloyds branch to discuss this; he would phone the manager there in advance.

So I have been to Lloyds of Kendal and the manager there has told me it is all a fraud. He says that Mr Oliver is a fake and there is no consignment. He kept Mr Oliver's letters I printed out and is going to hand them over to the police.

Do you know anything about this? Is Mr Oliver frauding you too? Or do you know something about it? The bank manager even said that Mr Oliver's telephone number is a fraud because it is not a genuine UK number but a redirect number that goes to any mobile phone in the world.

Please tell me if there is anything you know about this.

Regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Dear Amanda,

I arrived Iraq yesterday and was only able to access my email just this moment. I do
not believe all that you have said. The bank information Mr. Oliver gave to you is not
that of his company. He gave you an account that he will be able to receive the money
you sent to him to do the business.

I emailed Oliver and he told me that the address in his email to you is an old one. According to Mr. Oliver, he once hard a one room apartment there from where he used
to operate as a private agent to ST JAMES and that is why the address has remaind in
his email letters.

I do think Mr. Oliver is a fraud in any case. There is no doubt that some of this internet
scan artist have impersonated him severally. I am saying this because he has done
some shipment for me before. In case you do not know, fraud stars abound everywhere in
the world and people have always gotten them selfe impersinated and this is just another
case.

With regards to his phone number, he told me that the phone number is a roming number
to enable him receive calls and make calls any where he may be knowing fully well that
he is always travelling here and there.

If you think what I am telling you is not true, I may be tempted to do the delivery myself.
You must receive your consignment. I can not involve myself in anything that is not
realistic.

Let me just read from you.

Richard Finch

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I didn't expect to receive any letter from you until tomorrow, because of the Bank Holiday here, I didn't realise you had gone to Iraq already. Anyway, I am glad you wrote.

Maybe you are right about Mr Oliver, but I really don't think I can trust him anymore, if there are also fraud stars impersonating him. It all gave me quite a shock. I was never really interested in the consignment anyway because it is not meant for me, I was just going to try and find out who the true owner is. I've already told you, my legal name is not Amanda Littleton, it is Amanda Morrison, and so it can't be meant for me, nobody knows me as Amanda Littleton, I just used it as an internet name. Maybe it would be better to just give it to the police to find out who the real owner is, without involving me.

I have to go and see to my cooking now, I have some bread in the oven and I don't want it burnt. I was glad to receive your letter, I've missed getting your mails.

Regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Dear Amanda,

It is quite rough hear. Nobody seems quite happy to see you. Everybody wearing same
face of suspecion. I think the people here still have it right green in their memory of what
happened during the collission forces of the United Nations. It is about 5:17:53 PM
I am in a hotel with my coleques here in Bagdad waiting until tomorrow for further
instructions.

My darling I am telling you the gospel truth. Oliver is as I have told you he is. Remember
this is a Diplomatic Delivery and not everybody knows about it. Diplomatic delivery
is not like just any other delivery it is strictly meant for Diplomats and any other persons
with proven character and it is done within the spheres of United Nations.

You may say the consignment does not bear your name morrison, but it is traceable to you
that is why I will want you to receive it. You should avoid bringing this transaction to lime
light to avoid people noseing around. My dear I tell you, the consignment is for you and
when you receive it, I will not want you to turn it to the police until I come to see.

While all this is going on, remember Oliver does not know that the consignment contain
funds. I pray he does not know.

What is going to happen, is that I am going to give you an account detail myself so that
you can send the fund to that account when the funds is picked up, I will give it to Oliver
myself to do the delivery and if you do not receive the consignment, turn me over to the
police. To further keep away from the public in this transaction, you will not make the
payment from your HSBC bank account send it through anyother bank, or a different
branch of HSBC bank so that the reason of the transfer will not be known so that they might not start to discorage you again.

My horney, I mean what I am telling you just do this for me. If after you have received
the funds and you want to turn it to the police, I will be there to even testify to it.

How are your children? is Megan enjoing her holidays, what about the holiday hotel job you
are proposing for her, I am happy with Megans decission to take up a course in the
deaf persons instructional aids. She will have an opportunity to work with United Nations
as demand for people with such ability is even high all over the world. What about Vincent
hope he is doing well.

Amanda, I dont want to miss the opportunity of seeing you and your lovely children. I am
dreaming of the Lake District and I will want to experience all the funs there and for sure
is going to be realistic.

I down loaded your picture so that I can be seeing your beautiful face even as I am writing
this email. Amanda, I love you horney. By tomorrow you will be back to work. Please work
less and take more care of yourself and children.

Eendeavour to reply me before you are off to work, I do not think you will be able to read
this now as it is already late. But you should by morrow morning.

You must receive this consignment my horney and do whatever you can do with the funds.

I love you.

Richard Finch

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I don't really know what to do for the best. The bank manager at Lloyd's thought Mr Oliver was a fake, but you tell me there is a fake Mr Oliver who is a fraud star, as well as a real Mr Oliver who is Ok. But how can I tell the difference between them? I would rather just deal with you, and I do have an account with another bank too (the Nat West) because that is where I put most of my inheritance because of good interest rates, I just use the HSBC for bills and everyday money.

It is a good idea of yours to wait for your witness and testimony before handing the money to the police, but of course the police know about it now, because the bank manager at Lloyd's said he was going to give them Mr Oliver's letters.

That is if we need to do that. I do have some Littlton relatives living in Germany. My father's eldest brothers (who, of course, were also called Littleton) went to Germany. We never knew what happened to them, but it is possible that their children have traced me as a relative, I don't know. I actually hope it is not so, I don't really want to be landed with lots of money, money does not make anybody happier and I think it better if my children live their lives with hard work and responsibility than have much money gifts from me. It is like those people who win millions on lotteries, their lives are never happy afterwards, it spoils things to have too much.

Heather is sulking this morning because it is pouring with rain and not good for being outdoors and horseriding. She is a bit dramatic and acts like the weather is bad just to spite her! Megan is working the breakfast shift this morning so she is back home to supervise the younger children before I go to work. Not that they really need to be supervised, but we keep within the law and so they have to have someone of 16 years or older to be with them when I am not here.

Vincent has a bowl of murky lake water with tiny things swimming in it, he says it is nature study. I think the tiny things swimming in it would be happier with a whole lake to swim in and not just my washing-up bowl. But it is good that he is being interested in something, he is still finding out who he is, and what he likes to do in life, and has not yet found a big interest or hobby like my other children.

How long are you being in Iraq? I would like you to come and visit. You seem a very kind and good person.

Fond regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

I is about 15.30.45 am here in bagdhand. I love you Amanda you realy is making my stay here in baghand great. I told my friend Tom about you and he is quite happy with you and the family. Now as for the police, do not have anything to be worried about them.

The Lloyds Manager will sooner or later come to realise that he hard a wrong impresion of who Mr. Oliver is. I have conlcuded with my plans and will definately be with you before you access your consignment and if you still insit on turning the consignment to the police I will be there with you.

However, I am still prompted to say that you have all right to claim the legitimacy
of the consignment. For ever bearing that name Amanda whether Littleton or Morrison you have the right to access the consignment. I think there must be a genological trace to you as far as this consignment is concerned. I sware in the name of God, you must receive this consignment and after that you may do what ever you want to do with it.

I must leave and see you receive your consignment/fund my darling. I will even go to extra miles to see that this is done.

With the situation here, I may have to be in Iraq for the next one month, but being
that as it is, the consignment must be delivered within this week and I will take
leave of my assignment to be in Cumbria within this same period.

Horney, you must believe what I tell you. I know Mr. Oliver too well the bank does
not know him. The Bank Lloyds is a commercial venture, but Mr. Oliver is a bonified broaker for United Nations. Just keep this to yourself. Very many people like Mr Oliver have been killed in the bid of wanting to transact similar project. Either people knowing that they are carring cash, or the likes. That is why I told you earlier that you do not have to reveal it to anybody that you are expecting money from London or anybody.

Now I have informed my personal assistance Mr. Jacob Harns about it and all that has been revolving round this shipment. I have come to a conclusion that what will be the best is that Mr. Jacob Harns will liase with Mr. Oliver until the date of shipment and boarding of aircraft. To actualise this my sister, I will implore you for the sake of our mutual understand, for the love I have for you and the entire family, for me to be justified and when in Cubria to be proud of you, I will sincerely beg you to ignore every odd, and to undertake every pain, to go 240 Dalton Road, Barrow-in-Furness and send 800 pounds to my personal Assistance Mr. Jacob Harns. With the information as given below via western union money transfer. I know it is a two hours round trip. Amanda please do this for me horney. and when I am in Cumbria we shall have a lot to talk about.

Receivers Name Jacob Harns
Address London U.K
Text Question I love Amanda
Text Answer Megan.

Just send it trhough western union money transfer so that there will be no more bottle neck attached to this. If you send me the control number, I will forward it to Mr. Jacob and he will collect the money. As soon as he gives it to Mr. Oliver and Mr. Oliver geting set to move to Manchester, I will take leave from Iraq. I have been used to United Nations Social work for quite sometime now.

I was in Viatnam, I was in Sudan, I was in Cambodia for social work under the united nations so I understand all it takes. Amanda, I want you to do this for me my darling. Go 240 Dalton Road, Barrow-in-Furness or anyother place you can. I am in Iraq now and I want to settle this. You will not have any problem
sending the money from western union. For the reason of payment, just say for personal use and it will be all over. If you are able to do this tomorrow, by Wednesday I know Mr. Oliver will be sent for delivery and I will be right there in manchester on same day.

If it is still raining please make sure that everybody is indoors. Make sure that
Heather is given all the assistance she needs. That is why I told you ealier that
your attention with the family is more important than any work any where. Megan
is at home that is fine.

Please get back to me when you are at home this evening I will be able to access my mail.Keep fit horney.

Richard.

Richard wrote:
Dear Amanda
Where are you. I am waiting to read from you from you horney.

Richard Finch

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Yes, I saw your mail earlier, but I had to go out this evening. I really need to go to bed now, as it is past midnight here, so I will write to you in the morning.

Fond regards
Amanda

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello again Richard

I thought that when you asked me if I had another bank account with another bank, you were going to give me your bank details so I could send the money from the other bank. I'm sorry but I won't be able to go to Barrow-in-Furness for over a week, I am working every day except the weekends, and this Saturday I am going to lunch with the parents of Heather's best friend. Heather wants a pony of her own, so I need their help to buy her one, as I don't know anything about horses and ponies myself.

Heather is at the age of puberty, so that is why she gets a bit dramatic at times, girls of that age can be very extreme in reactions, there is no need to fuss about it, it is just their new hormones making them act that way, it passes as they grow into young adults. Boys can be just the same but usually more withdrawn and don't want to talk much.

It is interesting that you have worked in Cambodia, when was that? I read a very interesting (and sad) book about a girl's life under the Khmer Rouge, it is called 'First they killed my father'. It was very bad times.

I'm not sure I want to have any more dealings with Mr Oliver than I have to. He can deliver to my work address: 316 Main Road, Windermere.

Regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Amanda,

Yes I actually intended sending you my bank details but at a second thought, I felt
it will not be of any use while I am still in Iraq. That is why I am asking that
you do the best you can for me and take just that two hours trip to Barrow-in-furness
for me Amanda..

It is nice you want to have lunch with the parents of Heather's best friend. Amanda
I realy thank you very much for every of your attention to the children I idmire
your courage in going about it all on your own without their faither or any man
behind you. It is good that you want to buy Heather a pony of her own. She actually
needs it especialy this stage of her development when they are always being dramatic,
I will want to recomend the Shetland pony for Heather. They are one of the smallest
breed but very strong. I think your biology of hormones that is responsible for their
extreme reactions is instresting. Which of the hormones, is it gonad femail or
some other hormones. I will be happy to learn more of this. Now this lunch is going
to take place this saturday. I would want to suggest that you help and make this
trip to Barrow-in-furness in the morning hours of saturday. Horney I know the
schedule could be a tight one, but please do it for me. I am becoming a little bit
eager to be in Cumbria as soon as I can possibly do.

I am worried that the consignment is still within the reach of Mr. Oliver. I am
just a little bit confortable because he does not know that the consignment contain
money. For sure he will deliver to your work address as you have said and I will make
it known to him.

Horney do have a plesant evening. Darling, I want to hear you say yes you will do
my bid for me by saturday morning so that delivery will be scheduled for
Monday or Teusday next week to enable me be in Cumberia by next week.

How about Megan and Vincent. Hope they are fine too.

Yes I was in Cambodia 1989 also for UN social work.

Darling do take good card of yourself.

Regards.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I'm writing this at work as I have a spare ten minutes.

There is no way I can get to Barrow-in-Furness this Saturday, I have arranged to be at Melanie's at 11 o'clock, and before that I have to take Cherry, my dog, for an hour's walk. It will have to wait until next week, it is important I am on time because after lunch we are going to view two ponies that Melanie has arranged.

Shetland ponies are very strong and fun, even I have seen the Shetland Derbys on the Horse of the Year show, the children have much fun with them. Heather is wanting something a bit bigger though, so she won't grow out of it too quickly, but yes a native type so it can carry her well through the fells. I don't really know anything about buying them, I don't know how you can tell a good one from a bad one, so I very much need Melanie who is experienced in these things. She tells me I can get a good one for about £2000 to £3000 so that is not bad at all, she says it is only ones that are big enough for adults that are very expensive.

I don't really know anything about hormones and what they are called. All I know is that Heather is beginning to grow her adult woman shape, she is now wearing a bra for the first time, and I expect she will start her periods soon, poor thing! After that I expect we'll see the pictures and posters of good looking men (or women!) be stuck on the bedroom walls! I said to Iain and Megan at that age, they can have any pictures of models and pop stars they like on their bedroom walls, providing they have their clothes on. I don't want to look at naked people whenever I go to check their bedrooms! If they have naked pictures, then they can keep them in a cupboard!

Fond regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

Thanks for taking your office time to email me. I quite agree with you that there is no way
you can make it to Barrow-in-Furness this Saturday. You quite have a busy schedule. Let
us leave it till next week.

I think Shetland ponies are actually small, and Heather still growing really needs something
bigger to last for her for a reasonable time. I have very little idea of horeses and ponies
either. So I think Melanie is really in the best position to assist. And you are sure he
is experienced. Please make it very clear to Melanie that you will want the best in all
ramification, taking into consieration the size, strenght age and of course the price.

Darling, this is the age where Heather really needs your assistance and the experience you
as a woman. So please endeavour to do your best that she gets all the tutorials she
needs as she is now growing into a real woman. Make sure that she doesnt have much
access to nude pictures and endeavour to provide her all she needs.

Horney I am very busy now and will write you more later.

Have a cool sleep and sweet dreams.
Fond regards.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
How are you horney? did you read my last email. Is it still raining cat and dogs
there in Cumbria? probaly yes and no network connection.

How is Heather, Megan and Vincent, hope they are all having wonderful time out there.
Did Heather make any choice of her prefared pony?

Darling always email me at every opportunity you have for anything, it makes my day
each time I read from you. I love soccer much and was entertained by the soccer match
between Barcelona and Manchester United. Are you a fan. It will interest you to know
that even in the the presence of untold hardship here in Baghdad, the people here still
like football.

I love you.
Richard.

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4. Family Life

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Thank you for your mails. I had to make an unexpected trip to the hospital yesterday, my youngest son Vincent had a fall while climbing a tree and he dislocated his shoulder. We had a long wait at the hospital for the x-ray, and then he had to be given painkilling and relaxing drugs, so the doctor could put the shoulder back in place again. He was quite brave about it, only a few quiet tears.

Now he has to wear a sling for 3 weeks to make sure the shoulder does not dislocate again. He has told me this means he will not be able to wash-up, do laundry, or tidy his room. I told him right back that he may not be able to wash-up but he will find that he can do laundry and tidy his room and lay the table and use a vacuum cleaner and a lot else besides, all with just one hand! It was a good try on his part, but it didn't work!

I also told him that as he cannot use a knife to cut his meat, I will have to cut up his food for him like he is a little baby. He said it would be a lot easier if we just ate hamburgers and chips for 3 weeks, to save me the trouble, which was another good try at getting everything to go his way, but that one is not going to work either! But as you can tell, he is in good spirits about it all.

No I'm not a football fan, though I did read about Manchester United losing and it was said before that they would win easily, so I'm sure it would be exciting to watch, and amusing watching them lose after saying they would win.

I'm taking my puppy, Cody, to the vets for his second innoculation later this morning. Then it is only 2 weeks until he can go out into public places. It has felt like a very long while, because he was only 6 weeks old when I got him. He came from Aberdeen, we all went and stayed a couple of days in a hotel to go and see him with his breeder, and then drove back with him. It feels like long ago now!

Heather is very excited about seeing the ponies for sale tomorrow. She has washed and ironed her best riding clothes so she will look smart while trying out the ponies. Vincent says she will not look so smart after she has fallen off, but Heather says just because he can't even sit on a tree without falling off, it doesn't mean that she is as hopeless with no balance like him. It is all good humour though.

Fond regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

Oh my God' where did Vincent climb the tree? was there nobody at home? I feel very
sad about that. Perhaps if somebody was at home, may be he would'nt have attempted
to climb. Vincent must have been very brave to have to do with just a few quit tears.
It is always very painful even for an adult for doctors to reposition a dislocated
shoulder. He must have gone through a lot of pains. You must continue with pain killers.

Darling, you must keep your watchful eyes on Vincent within this 3 weeks he has to
wear a sling. Ensure that he does nt' involve in violent plays or acts to enable
the shoulder be well positioned. You should encorage him to do certain of his routine
duty but please never be hard on him. He has to take it gradually.

Yes of course, you have to curt his food for him within this period, if you and other
members of the family can not afford hamburgers and chips within the period. You have
to conceed some to him while you hold on to some. You understand.

You are not a football fan' I love the game, but just like anyother game. I am
really not passionate about it. I was equally of the openion that Man U. will win the
game. But that is football for you. How I wish Vincent will be a great footballer
when he grows up.

It is great that puppy, Cody has just 2 weeks to go out into the public. At the first
outing of Cody, will you take him and cherry along on walk. Is your vet an expericence one. Some of this vets are not experinced enought and at often times do wrong medication for dogs.

How humourous children can be. That actually is the joy of having them. I trust Heather
will look as tidy as she appeared even after the test riding. Vincent would have been
experienced by now and I quess he will never fall again while attempting to climb.
Tell him that.

Horney I expected your email yesterday but when I did not read from you, I thought it
was stormy again in Cumbria. When did you make the hospital trip? was in the morning
or evening.

I am prompted to say it again. I have developed a great love for you and
the children whom I have not seen yet. Amanda, I love you and the children.

Can you tell me onething more of your exhusband? where did he last work while you where
both still together. Your seperation was it as a result of finacial constrains or what.
Babay, I love you.

Let me read from you again today. There is an outbreak of cholera in a place very close
to our camp here in badhdad. However, the UN medical team is very much competent.

Have some good snap shuts of Heather tomorrow while on her pony.

Fond regards.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

The tree that Vincent was climbing was one along the lane. He had asked if he could go out to play when I got home yesterday, and I said yes, and he wasn't gone five minutes before he came back again with a very white face and holding his arm and saying his shoulder hurt. Apparently he had been holding onto a branch by his hands and trying to swing his legs up onto it, but his hands slipped and he fell down to the ground onto his back and most weight onto his left shoulder. That is not his worst accident, a couple of years ago he fractured his wrist falling off his bike when he went down a hill too fast and skidded at the bottom.

The funny thing is that actually he is the most cautious of my children. Megan is quite dignified now she is a young woman, but when she was younger she was always the one climbing the highest and swinging the highest and diving from the highest places, and Iain has always been the one for adventure, trying all sorts of sports and activities, and Heather just doesn't have any fear, and is very active. But Vincent is much quieter, and does things quite gently, but he is the one who ends up hurting himself!

We did have hamburger and chips to eat tonight just to please Vincent (and also because nobody felt like cooking), but it is not the cost that makes me say not all the time, but the good of their (and my) health. I like to give them a good balanced diet with fruits and vegetables and a variety of proteins, not fried food all the time!

My ex-husband was a butcher when we first got married, so we had lots of different meats to eat all the while! They were never the best pieces of meat though, because he sold those to his customers! Then he thought he would like to do something different, so he sold up his shop and bought a guest house instead. That was how we moved to Cumbria, we had lived in Lincolnshire before that. We started just doing bed and breakfasts but he wanted to expand and so we moved into a cottage nearby and Mark put a manager in the hotel, and didn't have much personal involvement with it anymore. He saw something in the newspaper about how there was a shortage of plumbers, and how much money a good plumber could earn, so he threw himself into a plumbing course and got his qualification and started working like that. Of course he was doing all sorts of hours, and it was easy for him to say he was going out on a job, then go and meet with other women instead. And that is what he was doing. And in the end, he left me to go and live with one of them. I didn't want to stay in the cottage we'd had, so we sold that and the guest house too, and I bought this house instead. I don't know if he ended up marrying the woman he'd gone off with, he didn't really seem in much hurry to get divorced, but I divorced him 2 years after he'd left. I don't even know where he is now, I'm not really interested.

Iain is the only one of us who has a camera! I've never been very into taking photos, and the children haven't bothered much either, except for Iain, who has always liked it since he was little and we always called him The Family Photographer. It is only a hobby of his though, just snapshots, nothing professional looking.

You are very flattering towards me, but I have to tell you I am just an ordinary woman and probably a little dull. I talk a lot and have opinions on lots of things, and I like meeting people and socialising over a drink and nibbles, but I'm not especially interesting, and I don't do anything exciting, just work and cook and clean and go for walks, lots of walks! I'm hoping to train Cody in agility when he is big enough, but that's just for fun and for the meeting of people, I expect I'll make a right fool of myself really, I'm not gifted at dog training or anything.

I had better stop here because I need to help Vincent wash and change into his pyjamas! He is sitting on the bottom of the stairs and waiting for me. He is trying hard to have a patient expression, but it is beginning to turn into some tight lips I think! I think his shoulder is aching today and he is tired. I will go and mother him!

Fond regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

Darling thanks for making it Vincents way. hamburger and chips for dinner I like
that. Yes of course they deserve ballanced diet it should not be just hamburgers
and chips as suggested by Vincent. He is wonderful. Please avoid fried food all the time and make more of vegetables and fruits as plant protein is very essential
for the children.

Yes, Mark was a victim of circumstance. He really meant good for the family for
leaving the butcher work he was into, and getting into the hospitality business and
later into the plumbing job which must have keept him much outdoors
from where he met someother women who never knew he had such a beautiful woman as
Amanda, and prety children. I blame Mark for all that happened. Is he the father
of all your children?

Horney please you just have to let Iain give you his camera for some snap shop
of Heather. If you can not do it yourself, I will suggest you arrange for
Iain to be present on Saturday when Heather will be mounting her pony.

Baby I love you. If there is any reason for that, the way you keep your home. Even
the way you talk. Your pretty face. The tones of your mail makes me want to read
from you all the time. Your social life must be great. I love you Amanda. Your built
is great.

I socialise a lot myself. In the course of my job, I have come accross lots of
people, some interesting and some boreing. Amanda you are wonderful. One of my
major habits is sitting and talking over some drinks. Tell me we shall have
such time when I come to Cumbria.

Horney please take good care of the children. I wish you a splendid outing later
today.

Fond regards.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I'm sorry I couldn't write to you this morning, I was in a bit of a rush getting my dog Cherry walked and Cody played with and then showering and getting ready to go to lunch with Melanie. We ended up going to see three ponies, the first one called Minstrel was such a sweetie, he loved people and loved cuddles and was very nice natured, but maybe a bit too gentle and kind for Heather, who needs a pony with a bit more energy who will be exciting for her for a few years to come.

Then there was Tammy who was also very pretty and skewbald, but not really very educated, and Heather wasn't sure she wanted a pony she would have to teach things to. And then we went to see Firefly, who is an 8 year old Fell/Dales pony and she was just lovely. She is a bit naughty at times, and I think has a sense of humour doing naughty things, but Heather was able to just laugh and tell her she had to behave herself, and they got on just fine.

Heather rode her down to a busy road and in a big field where she told her to gallop madly and then made her be steady and jump some jumps and could control her very well. As a Fell/Dales pony she is very suited to rides through the hills and although not big, can carry up to 14 or 15 stones, so Heather will never outgrow her unless she turns into a very fat lady. which I don't think she will, even though she takes after me more than the others do, even I'm not quite that heavy!

Melanie thought that Firefly was very suitable (and said I could learn to ride her too! I'm not sure about that! I'm too old to go falling off and they say you have to fall off seven times before you can say you are a rider!) and seemed to be in good health. She already had a recent vet's certificate of health from a known reliable vet, so I bought her straight away. She was only £2,500 which is very good for a mare, because you can also breed from her if you want. The lady said she was mostly interested in the good home, and Melanie told her all about her land and stables and ponies and experience and as she is living there, she was very reassured about that.

So now Heather has a pony! Firefly can be brought to Melanie's place as soon as the money is cleared, so I am doing the wire transfer on Monday, and then Firefly can move homes to Melanie's place on the Wednesday or Thursday, depending how quickly it goes through. Heather, of course, thinks it is years away until then, especially as she has to go back to school next week so won't have much time with Firefly until next Saturday. I said, though, that when Firefly comes, I will help her with her homework and give her a packed evening meal so she can spend as much of the daylight evening with her as she can.

Actually I am quite excited too, we have never had a pony in the family before!

Yes, Mark was the father of all four of my children, I was brought up to believe that when you got married, you stayed faithful to your husband, whatever happened. I never even thought for a single second of time about straying with any other man. I'd like to remarry again now, really, but I would have the same attitude again, and hope my future husband felt the same way. I think trust is very important. I want to trust, and I want a man to totally trust me, too, he has every reason to, I'd never have an affair or even look at another man in that way.

I'd better get on now and prepare an evening meal. I'm just going to put a quiche in the oven, boil some baby potatoes, and make a green salad, that will have to do after the excitement of today!

I hope you are well and not so busy that you are getting tired out.

Fond regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

Thank you very much for your mail which I was unable to
read until now. In the noon hrs of saturday, we had
a trip to a boarder camp between Kuwait and Iraq.

I am very excited also here to learn that Heather now have a pony of
her own. Fell/Dales pony are always very strong and have lots of ability. They originated in the North of England on either side of the Pennine hills. And for a pony of just 8 years, Heather is going to have a very long time ride of Firefly because Heather will only be growing to meet up with Fireflys strenght.

I am surprised that Heather was able to ride her to busy road and even going as far as galloping with it in an open field. Has she ever rode on a pony before. I am of the same openion with Melanie that you also will ride on Firefly one day. Baby you are not old as you think. And
more also you are quite fit. With your regular walk outs with cherry, falling off Firefly will not be a great fall. I seen you as a smart and agile baby darling. It is also intersting that you can also breed from Firefly which has its own financial gains.

By wednesday, if all goes through, Firefly will be in Melanie's home before finally in Heather's home. How happy Heather can be. Hope Vincent is not jealous about all that. When exactly is Heather going back to school. Hope she will have an ample time with her pony before going back to school so that she will get her mind of the pony and concentrate with her school work when back in school.

Horney I see you as a very nice woman. You are wonderful. It is interesting that you hard all the four children for Mark and I wonder why Mark could have putten in a nasty behaviour
like that. Horney I love you. When I visit I will tell you what I have in my mind to tell you.

Darling I love your idea of thinking about marrying again. It was a good thing you never thought of marrying any other man while you still together with Mark but that is the way life goes.

In as much as we are leaving, we must endeavour to do all we can to keep us happy. It takes a man and a woman to leave a happy life. Horney I will wait till when I am in Cumbria to tell
you how I feel about you. My son in US emailed yesterday and in my reply, I told him of one lovely Amanda in Cumbria a happy mother of four an up and doing woman. He reply my email and
asked me to extend his greetings to you. Horney, I sincerely agree with you that trust is the only glue that holds a man and a woman for ever together. In some case, such trust does not
come immediately as it might need some proof to establish it, while in some cases such proof is not neccessary as once in relationship, trust has a place in it.

Mr Oliver was in contact with me and I told him all we be done this week and that however, he has to note the change in delivery destination as he is to deliver in your work place.
He equally oblidged. Darling I trust you will do this once and for all this week so that I will start to get myself prepared as regard when I will take my leave from Iraq and arrange to met with you once this consignment arrives.

Amanda my horney, I love you.

I wait to read from you. I am taking my time here in Iraq, avoiding getting myself over worked and getting myself relaxed as more as I can.

Fond regards.

Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

It was lovely to come home from work and find your letter here today.

The children went back to school today, so the two youngest are back having homework again tonight and moaning a bit! Heather has been riding for many many years, so is quite an experienced rider by now. She has been for some years borrowing one of Melanie's ponies to ride, but Heather is quite big for her age and was very fast outgrowing the borrowed pony, so asked if she could have one of her own, and I thought that the best thing. Melanie was happy she was exercising that little pony, but Heather can't really be borrowing the bigger ones and taking riding turns away from Melanie's own children.

The others don't really do jealousy about things like that because I will buy all of them anything sensible they are wanting. I bought Iain his own car a few months ago, and Megan is having a laptop for her own when she has finished her exams. We agreed that it was not good before then in case she gets tempted to chat online to all her friends instead of the revising for the exams! All Vincent is wanting is an insect collecting kit! I have ordered him one online, it is jars for putting insects in with magnifying glass in the lids and some sort of long pipe that collects the insects somehow. Oh and it comes with charts for recognising different kinds. I thought that birdwatching would be more interesting, but he tells me that insects are very fascinating. I can't see it myself, but if that is what he wants to study, that is fine.

It was on the News that yesterday was the hottest day of the year so far and 27 degrees in London. I expect Iraq is much hotter though, do you cope alright? Do they have air conditioning where you are staying?

It felt just as hot to me today actually, I went to the bank this morning to make the wire transfer for the payment for the pony, but I didn't take my dog Cherry for a walk because I thought it too hot for her. I took her for a little walk up the lane this evening, but that was all, though she and Cody were running around a bit in the garden while I was actually remembering to water the plants (which makes a change, I'm always forgetting).

Yes, I will drive out to the Western union place on Saturday. Heather will be with Firefly, but Vincent says he would like to come with me and says if it is nice weather can we have a pub lunch out. I said yes, because even if it is not nice weather we can probably find one that allows children inside. I will have a look in the directory and if it doesn't say I'll email Iain and get him to ring and find out. I suggested we took Pixie, my next door neighbour too, who can't drive at the moment because of taking medication, but Vincent, despite liking Pixie very much said no, he wanted me all to himself, which was sweet. So we're making the little outing of the trip.

You have seen a photograph of me, but I have not seen one of you. May I? Even if it is just your passport photo.

I'm looking forward to meeting you, but how soon will you be able to take your leave from Iraq? Will you be going straight back there afterwards?

Fond regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
Thank you for your prompt reply to my mail. I now
understand why Heather could ride so well on Firefly for just the first
time. I gues Melanies children must have been feeling reluctant to
lend their pony to Heather for such a long time. Your buying Heather her
own pony is quite timely.

Yes, the children have a very concerned mother who is always ready
to provide them with what ever they need and will for sure not be
jealous when mumy buys anything for anybody at a time. I thank you
for all that horney. It is equally good Megan has her own laptop.
She actually deserves it. It is a good thing that you were not in
hurry to do that. Allowing her to finish her exams so that she might
not be tempted to divert every attention to the computer and leaving her academics to suffer. Vincent has a wonderful choice of huby. Insect collection is a very nice habit because it can lead him into the study of insects Entomology and make a career out of it. Birdwatching is equally interesting too, but Vincents choice of insect collection is wonderful. I hope he makes a dream come true. What brand of car did you buy Iain?

It was earlier forecasted that Friday 29th of May will be a very
hot day in London so if it was 27 degrees I am not surprised. Yes the
hotel suites we stay are airconditioned, but unfortunately the UN
camps here are not airconditioned though well ventilated. We hard
our own share of the burning heat but not something to worry about.
We are use to similar condtions in the course of such duties. You say
it was equally hot with you today? could it be because of the trip you
made to the bank. Anyway, after much rains and winds I feel you will
well come a little bit of hot weather. Hope my darling was not too hot out there. Please do not forget to water the plants always keep them
green.

Yes I agree with Vincent that only both of you should do the trip to
240 Dalton Road, Barrow-in-Furness, Heather will be with Firefly otherwise, I would have said three of you should take the trip to
Barrow-in-Furness. You do not need Pixie to make the trip with you. You
need all the concentration you will need as you will be driving your
self. Just have Vincent with you and have a pub lunch out there as
I know the weather will be nice. I do not think that 240 Dalton Road
Barrow-in-Furness will be difficult to locate.

It will be adviceable you make the trip in the morning hours so that
you can furnish me with the 10 digists MTCN number before 11 am to
enable me forward it to my personal assistant same moment to enable
him pick up the money and handover to Mr. Oliver. I will want him to
deliver by Monday afternoon so that I will take my permission to leave
Iraq that same Monday and to arrive Cumbria on Wednesday next week.
This will to a large extent depend on how early you will be able to
furnish me with the MTCN on Saturday.

Horney Yes I have seen your picture, your very sloutish look and I
love you. You will for sure see me by Wednesday next week if all
goes as planed. I am sure you will love me too. Baby, you have a
charming face and I love you, I will want to make it a surprise for you to see me physically when I arrive. I intend to stay in Cumbria for just three days I will return straight back to Iraq afterwards till our assignment is over.

I have something in my mind to tell you when I come and I hope you will make my stay in Cumbria comfortable for me.

Fond regards horney and take care.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I should have been in bed about an hour ago, but after taking the dogs for their last toilet, I realised I wasn't tired, so I've been sitting here playing a solitaire game and then I thought I'd check my email.

I got Iain a Toyota Land Cruiser so he would have room for all the things he drags about with him, rucksacks and rainwear and boots and changes of socks and abseiling ropes and goodness knows what. He chose one in a metallic grey colour and it looks quite nice. He only passed his driving test last year so I spent the first couple of weeks waiting for him to smash it up or something! But he seems to be a sensible driver, and he's starting to teach his girlfriend Suzy to drive it, it'll be nice for him if she passes her test, because then they can take turns driving when they go out for a drink or something.

I've been to Barrow-in-Furness before, it takes about an hour from here. Dalton Road is one of the main shopping streets, its one of those paved and traffic free road, Marks and Spencers and Argos and things are along there. So no problem, easy to find. Like I said before, though, I'm taking Vincent for a pub lunch afterwards, so we won't be home until about 3 or 4 o'clock in the afternoon, I should think.

I suppose I should go to bed soon. I ended up washing and drying Heather's sports kit tonight because she had left it dirty and under her bed since before the holidays, and only remembered it while we were eating tonight and then said she needed it for tomorrow. I suggested she wore different sports clothes tomorrow, but no, her other ones aren't good enough, it had to be those shorts and that shirt, so I said Ok, I'd wash them and then put them in the tumble dryer to dry AND iron them, but this was my special kindness and in future she would put dirty laundry in the laundry basket and be organised in advance!

I will go and make a coffee and then I will tell myself to go to bed. It is nearly 1 o'clock in the morning!

Fond regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

Thanks for your email. One reason I like solitaire game, is that it can give
someone the ability to think about what will happen next after your initial action that means ability to plan ahead because as you play on the Tableau, you will also want to build up the stacks on the Foundation, where you must play the next.

Horney you must have been over working yourself. Would'nt it be possible for
you to have an help to save my love from much work. I canot imagine after a whole
days work in the office you still can keep awake to such time of the night to
take the dogs to toilet. Horney you are great. I salute your courage and hardwork.
I think such hard works could be neccessary to keep one fit, but it should not
be over done.

The car you bought for Iain is quite a nice car. a metallic grey colour Land
Cruiser, with surficient space for him to carry along all his needs as he moves along.At his age I think that land cruiser sutes him. Iain passed his driving testlast year and that means he must have driven a car now for may be a year. That is some good experince. It is equally wonderful that he never smashed it uptil now.
He must be a very careful boy. I smashed my first car toyota calmry just three
months after I bought it. Though I had not passed my driving test then..
What about Suzy? Iain's girlfriend. Hope she is a nice girl. Do you like
her?

It is nice that you have been to Barrow-in-Furness before. That means my Darling
will not have much problem. I have been so worried about your trip to Barrow-in-Furness thinking it was going to be your first time. Thank goodness you have
been there before. Yes the information I have about Dalton road holds it as one
of the main shoping street in Barrow-in-Furness. I hope my horney will find it
quite easy. Yes you can take Vincent for a pub lunch afterwards to make my boy
be happy. No fuse about that. I was only of the openion that if you could make
it back home earlier so that you can send me the mtcn number on time.. Never
mind, if you can get home by 3 or 4 o'clock that is equally ok. you can send it then.

Baby did you like my idea of giving you a surprise when I come to Cumbria for you
to see me or you still insist on having my photo right away. I would have liked
it my way but what do you say horney? Thank you very much for keeping Heather's
sport knits clean for her even at a very short notice. She is still learning.

Horney I keep telling you, I love you.

Fond regards.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I was intending to write to you last night but the evening just went by. Part of it was taken up with debating whether to say yes or no to Vincent's request to go to the Appleby Fair on Sunday with his schoolfriend's family. Normally I would say yes of course, but I am concerned that he will get his shoulder knocked in the crowds, it is said there were 30-thousand visitors there last year on the Sunday. Have you ever been?

I said in the end that I would see how he was in Barrow on Saturday and whether he was troubled by crowds, and whether he could guard his left side of body well, and make a decision then, and we would go and tell his friend's mother on Saturday evening. He objected that that was too late to tell her, but I said no it wasn't, they were going anyway, all they needed to know was whether they were having the extra passenger of him in the car.

I expect I will say yes, if he can manage other children being clumsy and running around at school, I'm sure he can manage that, and it is good for him to appreciate other cultures. I will tell him he has to make a money donation to Friends of Travellers Asscociation or Gypsy Roma Traveller History Society though, I usually make one every year at the time of Appleby, but I also say that anyone who goes must make one too, it is wrong to just take an enjoyment from a cultural group without giving something back as well.

Iain's girlfriend Suzy is a nice enough girl, but not very settled. She seems to like very much the good time and seems a bit immature in that way. She is good fun for Iain, I'm sure, but not very responsible. She does not have the steady job, but keeps changing to something different, and not good jobs, just shop work or taking entrance money at tourist attractions. She is only 19 years though, so may become more adult in the next few years. I find it difficult to have conversations with her, really, because she is not good at discussing things, she has the shallow thinking, and is more interested in gossip about people and talking about what clothes she would like to buy.

Firefly the pony is arriving about half past nine tomorrow morning. Hopefully it will have cooled down a bit by then, the weather is supposed to change today. On Monday, a train line going to Carlisle distorted in the heat and a train came off the tracks. It was only a single carriage train and going slowly, and nobody was hurt, though it still must have been a shock for the driver and passengers to find they were now off the train lines.

I only work in the afternoons now. I start at 1 o'clock or half past one, and work until 5 o'clock or half past five. That gives me the free time in the morning to take Cherry (and soon Cody too) for a good walk, and also to do other necessary things. So not too hard work! And we are quite relaxed in the office, I and the secretary anyway, one of the bosses, he gets stressed, but we make a bit of a joke about it and don't take him too seriously.

Yes, I would have liked to have seen your photograph, I'm curious. I don't even know how old you are, you could be 20 or you could be 70, for all I know!

Fond regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

I have just seen your mail. You needed no much debating with my boy Vincent as to
whether he should attend the Appleby Fair on Sunday. I think he must have syched up
himself and find himself fit to attend with his school friends. I have heard so
much of Applyby fair in Applyby town in Cumbria but have never been there. It
was really a great crowd there last year 30 thousand people you said. If the sling
is still well positioned, I do not have any fears
.
However, I think also that your decision of puting him to test on Saturday in
Barrow is also good to see how he will manage with the crowd. You just take a
very close look at him on saturday and see if he is able to guard his left side
of body well. If there has been an initial arrangement with the mother of his
friend to take him along in their car, and your decision does not favour his attending
the fair on Sunday just let him know that he will not attend while you make
sure the mother of his friend know about it that saturday evening. Otherwise,
you have to arrange for him to attend with his friend.

Why not? if he is able to manage with other children in the school, I dont actually
think the crowd in the Appleby fair will make a difference. The much running
arround in the school amidst other clumsy children in school has more to contend
with than the controlled crowd expected in the fair. I will say Vincent should
not be denied the opportunity of attending the once a year Appleby fair. It will
afford him the exposition to other cultures. Yes I agree with you. Tell him that
he has to make donation to the friends of Travellers Association. Can you tell me
more of the Gypsy Roma Traveller History Society. It will be nice if Vincent is
thought to be charitable at this tender age so that he can grow with it. You are
such a nice woman to be making money donation every Appleby fair day.

I think Iain is really in love with Suzy. She is still young and needs more
time to grow out her teenager. You should do all you can to regularly bring her
into conversation with you and sooner than later, she will start makeing fun of it.
Just do all you can to see that she is often confortable with Iain.

Firefly must have arrived by now. How is she behaving. Thank goodness nobody
was hurt in the derailed train. There was an explostion on the highway yesterday
as we where returning to our hotel. A car exploded and two people died. It must
have been cuased by opposition sect in Baghdad.

I apreciate you lesser working hours now. My darling should have sufficient time to
herself, cherry and cody. Have cody completed his innoculation now.

You will see me by next week. I am not 20 years neither am I as old as 70. Horney
I am 45 years old. And how old are you. Am I too old or too young? Baby I am a
delight to behold. Amanda, I love you and I know you will love me too. I am of
average height and nice looking. I am strong and athletic. Baby you are the kind
of woman I love to be with. Since I lost my wife, I have been meeting several women,
but I dont think I have ever come across somebody like my Horney Amanda.

You should be in the office by now. Please as soon as you are back home, let me
read from you. Do you still have the payment information I gave you?

Darling, just blow out a kiss for me there. Laughs.

Fond regards.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Yes, you are right about Vincent, I probably fuss too much. He's my youngest and I think I tend to treat him like he is my baby, instead of the growing boy he is. He needs to be able to make his own decisions.

I don't know how long the Gypsy Roma Traveller History society has been going, I only read about this year, and I thought it a good thing.

I think it is very important to teach children to give as well as receive. And to think about how things feel to other people. I was well brought up in this. Children do like to give anyway, it helps them feel that they are part of changing things and making a difference to the world.

Cody has finished all his innoculations, but still has to wait another week and a bit before he can go out. Firefly actually arrives tomorrow morning, I wrote my last letter to you this morning, not yesterday evening, so 'tomorrow' is Thursday.

45 is a fine age. Are you black or white or mixed or Asian or middle-eastern descent, or what? It doesn't matter whatever, of course, I'm just curious.

Yes, I still have the payment information. I make it to Jacob Harns at London.

Fond regards (and a blown kiss)
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
How was the few hours you spent in the office today? I hope splendid.

You quite understand now what I meant about Vincent. Children sometimes have to make certain decisions by themselfs though
should be guieded strictly when puting such decisions into action.
I am so happy to read from you. It puts me in a very relaxed mood
each time I read your mail.

It is so pathetic how many people feel about Gypsy/Travellers. I cant
understand why people should treat other people like that. Irrespective of their origin or culture. I am a great oposition to racism of any
sort as a social worker and I dont know why people have not being able to greatly
criticise the racial discremination of the gypsies. I want to believe because they are white people, and as such people do not notice
the racist behaviour that have been meted out to them.
If you tell sombody to go away making him feel that he is not
wanted, there is nothing that could be so oppressive than that. But
because these people are white people and not
black person or an oriental person or an asian person therfore the
it is not against the law if they are oppresed.

I want to thank people like you and others that belong to one travellers friends association or the other, helping and assisting
travellers and gypsies making them feel like they really belong to the society and therefore should have equal rights interms of social
and financial status with other people, instead of calling them names
and asking them to go away.

I quite agree with you horney that children should be thought to give
and equally receive. It is good they know and understand the feeling
of other people because irrespective of whom you are, you must one
time or the other need the sympathy of other people in your life
endeavours.

I am happy you said 45 is a good age. I am a white man.

Fond regard.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Here I am writing the after-midnight letter again. But I don't expect I'll have the time to write in the morning, so I thought I would do so now. Work was fine, thank you, not too busy at the moment, though we are expecting to be quite busy next week. There was a director's meeting today so the secretary had ordered a buffet lunch for them and then we ate all the leftovers, there was some very nice smoked salmon!

Heather has been trying to persuade me to let her pretend to be unwell so she need not go to school tomorrow when Firefly comes. I said no, and it was the better thing to leave Firefly to settle to her new field anyway, and see her in the evening. I said to Heather that if she wants more time she needs to tell the teachers the truth and ask if she may be excused homework tonight, if she has any that should be done by Friday. And if they say no, I will help her do it fast, I have already promised that.

I think I had better go to bed!

Fond regards (though I notice you didn't blow a kiss back!)
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
I have just read your email. Nice you had a less busy day yesterday. It was
the opposite here. As a matter of fact I could not finish with my email to
you yesterday when there was an emergency call from the camp. How often do
you hold directors meeting in your organisation. How was the buffet lunch?

I gues my horney must have hard a nice time with the smoked salmons. I love
smoked salmons myself and I will always want to avail myself the opportunity
of having some. Horney it was a nice thing that you wrote, it would have
been so nasty for me to arrive the hotel all on my owne without a confort of
any sort. Nice you took the time off the midnight to email me. I love you
baby.

I think like every other thing that is new, Heather is facinated by the presence
of Firefly and will like to have that first time joy. Why not? she should
be available to give Firefly the first time impression. I would want to say that
Heather should tell her teacher the truth about the presence of Firefly and
excuse herself of tomorrows school. But if not that, you have to do her
homework for her very fast on Friday. Heather needs to make Firefly welcome
and have a first time impression of Fireflys stay at home.

Horney I will wait until next week to see you and really have a concerted talk
over a lot of issues. How about Iain and Suzy, did you see them lately.
Please email me later tonight as I will be glad to read from you.

Cheers horney.
Fond regards.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Baby,

I have not read from you. We are having a none busy day and I am in the hotel with my friend Tom Adams.

How is everybody out there? Is Vincent still keeping fine to his sling.

Horney I love you. Is Firefly at home now. Hope Heather gave her a fine wellcome. Horney I dont know what has become of me. Each time I remeber Amanda, I feel like seeing her. Baby I love you. Horney just keep fine to yourself till next week. How is Megan, Hope she is doing fine, for sometime now you have not told me anything about her, has she started with the hotel work or something?

Darling let me read from you as soon as you read this mail.

Greetings from everybody here for my love.

Fond regard ( a blown out kiss for my horney hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm)

Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Baby,

Where are you? I need to read from you now

Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I've been so busy the past two days, Firefly arrived yesterday and today we all went to watch Heather ride her, including Iain, who had the day off today, and he brought his camera and took some photos. And after that it was too late to think of cooking, so we went home to feed the dogs, then went out again to a restaurant, and were there until about 11.00 pm. Heather and Vincent were very tired when we came home, so I helped them to bed (Vincent still needs help with changing into his pyjamas anyway), and now I'm going to bed very soon.

I'll write more to you tomorrow, after I'm back from Barrow and the pub lunch with Vincent. I've missed writing to you this evening!

With kisses
Amanda

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5. The problems with Western Union

Amanda Rose wrote:
Richard, I'm writing this in the library at Barrow. The address you
gave me for the Western Union is in a Money Shop! I can't go in
there, it is no place for a woman! What shall I do? Is there any
other place I can go? I hope you are at your PC because I've only got
10 minutes here at the most, the PCs were fully booked, I've just
managed to squeeze in before a latecomer.

Hope you can reply.

Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

I am very sorry for making you to go through all this pains. I wonder why
you could not enter into the money shop to send the money from there probably
the place is not decent enough for women as you said.

I am happy that Heather had a successful test ride of Firefly I would love to
see thoes pictures when I come. Nice to hear that the whole family witnessed
the ride. How about Vincent's slings? hope it is still well positioned.

Horney what is going to happen right now, is that you are going to send the
morney on line. You can even do it anytime wether in the night or day time
I am very sorry for all the pains you must have gone through. You are going
to make the payment on line this evening.

All that is needed is just long onto www.westernunion.com and it will open
up the page, then you click on send money on line and you will follow
the instructions. just follow the instructions and you will be through with it.
You will make use of your visacard or mastercard or debit card. You can go
on line this evening and make the payment. You will be given the control
number immediately which you will email to me. Please endeavour to get back
to me immediately.

Darling I am very sorry for all this pains. I was so busy that I have just
been able to access my email. So please go online
and make the payment. May be you are not used to sending online but it is
just as easy as anything. I trust my baby will not find it difficult.

How is Vincent getting ready for tomorrow. Please give him all the assistance
he may need.

Cheers baby. I missed reading from you yesterday. I love you.

I am expecting you to send the mtcn number to me this evening.

Fong regards (and a blown out kiss for Amanda)
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I'm only just home so this will be brief, I'll write properly at another time.

Don't you have Money Shops in London, then? I thought they were all over the country. No way would I go into one of those!

I don't mind going to some other Western Union if they have them somewhere which is not in a Money Shop, that is why I emailed you from Barrow-in-Furness, to see if you knew of anywhere else I could go. I don't make online payments for anything, however, so that is out of the question.

I need to go and take Cherry out now.

Fond regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

I did not quite understand that it is a money shop, however the person that gave me
that contact said about money shop but I did not picture how horrible it will look. Money
shops in London are not to horrible a place as I imagine it will be in Barrow.

I was thinking sending the money online would have been the best. I know there most be
some western union outlet over there, do please make some enquiries if you can get
any other place. Money grame is equally good. Just do your best if you can locate any
other place.

I sincerely owe you appologies for all this troubles.

Babay just try and see if there is any place you can find. I know for sure there must be
some other locations.

We are about now getting ready to move to our camp location and I will be able to email
you later.

Just do all you can to locate anyother place.

We must be through with this.

Take care of yourself.

I love you.

Fond regards.

Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Sorry I have not been able to write to you properly this last few days. I have some time now because we are not eating Sunday dinner at 1 o'clock today, but this evening when Vincent gets back from Appleby. It is not good weather for him, it's raining today and a bit cold, but he is wearing his walking boots and has taken all his waterproofs and some spare dry socks and trousers and long sleeve t-shirt so he should be Ok. His sling is getting a bit dirty but is still fine, though he is bored of wearing it now and it would not surprise me if he takes his arm out of it when I am not watching.

We had a nice pub lunch yesterday, chilli and rice and lots of apple drink. There was cider for sale which looked very good and we were both disappointed that we could not have some, me because I was driving, and Vincent because he is under age, so we bought some in the bottles on the way home and had some in the evening instead.

Megan is fine, she still is doing exams until the last week of this month, I think, or maybe one more in beginning of July. As soon as she finishes the last one she can stop school until September, she does not have to complete the term. She only does the hotel work at the weekends though, and not usually the both days, or only a small part of the both, because she needs to rest and do playful things too.

Iain has sent the photos of Firefly for Heather, though they do not really do her justice, she is actually the very pretty pony with much hair and a naughty expression. She has very much character and seems to think she is funny. Heather is very pleased with her and wants to find someone with the good photo printer so she can put the photos of her on the walls of her bedroom.

Where are you being now? Have you moved far?

I am thinking that there might be another Western Union place in Carlisle, because that is a cathedral town and with industrial places too. It is about 60 miles from here, but you can go to it on the M6 so does not take too long, maybe about an hour and fifteen or twenty minutes. It's quite a nice place, surprisingly; have you been there?

I think I'd have to go to the library to look in the Carlisle directory to see if there is a Western Union there and maybe ask the librarian to telephone them, if so, and ask whether or not they are in a Money Shop too. I could do that, though.

Fond regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

Thank you for your email which I have just seen this monday evening. Amanda I want
to tank you very much for making sure my boy Vincent was well prepared for the
Appleby fair. How did it go with him? Hope he was able to keep himself out of
all the rnning about of the crowd and did not hurt himself. Has he told you waht
the experiecne was. I would like to know how Vincent faired in the Appleby fair.

We returned after mid night from the camp in Kuwait. I was just too tired and could
not access my mail until this very moment. Horney Amanda I am burning with a very
great desire of wanting to see my baby. When I read your mail now I was able to
feel relaxed and took a glance of wine. Amanda I love you more than anyother thing
right now and I am in a dare desire of seeing you.

Nice you had the pub lunch afterwards in Barrow.. Did Vincent enjoyed the chilli and
rice? The cider inthe bottle are they as good as the once that were displayed for
sail?.

Megan is great, she will finish with her exams if not by the end of this month,
first week of July. Please after that I agree with you that she should have some
time for play things and be refreshed. Nice she does the hotel work only on weekends and one of the days may not be too much for her even if she takes half of
the two days which is equivalent of one day. Does she get a commesurate pay for
the job?, please she should not be over worked for a peanuts pay. Did Megan had
any photograph with Heather on Firefly? it will make a great fun for them.
Firefly must have looked very pretty in the pics. Yes Heather should make better
photos of Firefly to paste in her room so that her friends will be delighted when
they come visiting.

Like I said before, we got back from the camp after mid night at about 3.45 am
Iraq time. I only got up at about 1.30 pm. It is now 4.07 pm and right now I am
in the hotel suite relaxing with a bottle of wine writing you this mail and taking
look at your photo in intervals. Horney you are quite pretty.
Horney I love you to my heart. Hope Heather and Megan will grow up to be beautiful women like Amanda. Darling you said you are going to be having more busy days this week, please avoid much work and by almeans try to keep yourself relaxed.

I am hopeing to be in Cumbria this week if all goes well. Yes I know that there
must be another Wester Union Place in Carlisle. You have to go to a Library to
look into the Carlisle Directory with the librarian and do all you can so that by tomorrow this money will be sent, and I will then instruct my personal assistant to pick it up so that Mr Oliver can get set to leave for manchester and let you know the time of his arrival in Cumbria. The moment he gives you his arrival time, I will arrange to take leave of my assignment and be in Cumbria.

Horney, reading your letters make me happy. Let me read from you if not from the
office, immediately you arrive home. Baby I am always getting a watering lips each
time I blow out a kiss for you. All of this suggets that I need to see my
horney immediately.

Please endeavour to make the Carlisle enquiry today. I have been to Carlisle but
that is a long time now but I know that there must be a western union place out
there instead of the moneyshop place in Barrow. It is a good thing that you have
equally been there before. Please horney, arrange this as soon as you possibly can.

Fond Regards (a blown out kiss for Rose) I love u.

Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Amanda,
How are you now, are you back from work and at home? please let me read
from you baby.
Fong regards.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Darling,

What is the matter? I am worried I have not heard from you since yesterday.

Hope all is ok. I am in dare desire to read from you.

Horney I missed reading from you. Please get intouch now.

Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I had my next door neighbour Pixie visit for dinner last night, so I was unable to write then, and then this morning Barry called by quite early and asked me if I'd go into work this morning instead of this afternoon, as there was something urgent needing to be done. So I'm writing this little note at work - I'm finishing in about 20 minutes and going home. I'll need to eat, and also to walk Cherry at some point, but will write to you later this afternoon.

Fond kisses
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Baby,

I nice reading from you. The few lines did put me relaxed. I have been wondering what
was happening. Baby hope you are fine. How is Pixie, hope he his fine.

I am expecting that by the time you write later this afternoon I will know how much you
have done regarding the Library enquiries about carlisile. I am geting worried about
this consignment still with Mr. Olivers Company. And above all, I want to see you
as soon as possible.

Horney write me later in the afternoon.

Give me a sweet smile when next you are writing.

I love you horney.

Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello again Richard

I was just reading through your previous mail before starting to write back, and I noticed something I did not notice before. At the end of the mail, you call me Rose. Why was that?

Now, I know I have told you that is my middle name, but nobody has ever called me that, except for one person, and so it was a bit uncomfortable to me, because it was like it was him writing.

It doesn't really matter, it was just a bit of a shock.

Oh yes, Vincent was just fine at Appleby Fair and didn't harm his shoulder at all. He bought a trilby there, which of course he insists on wearing, even to go to school. He said it was a bit cold there, but he was lucky to get home before the heavy rain started, much of England had bad storms on Sunday, and two places struck by lightning and causing fires.

That pub we had went to on the Saturday, it served real cider, like scrumpy, so no, you can't get as good as that in bottles! We bought Merrydown (not the strongest version!).

I expect Megan will work at the hotel all the summer holidays. She wants to get her NVQ 2 in Food Service. She likes working and gets on well with the people there. Yes, of course they pay her peanuts, now she is 16 she's entitled to the National Minimum Wage, but that's only a shocking £3.53 per hour for 16 year olds.

Megan keeps her distance from Firefly! She says she does not want horse smell on her hands or clothes. Heather has moved out from sharing a bedroom with Megan now, because she says Megan is becoming too fussy and complaining about smells and Heather's pictures and things. So Heather now has Iain's old bedroom, it hasn't been redecorated yet, so it still looks a bit like a teenage boy's room. I'll employ some decorators to do it some time during the summer, once Heather has decided on some colours and styles for everything.

No, I haven't been to the library yet to look in the directory about Western Union in Carlisle, there isn't any need to hurry, because of course I can't go to Carlisle before Saturday at the earliest, because of work.

What are you actually doing in Iraq? I mean, what are your day to day tasks?

Fond kisses
(with a smile)
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello
I just saw your mail now. I am very happy to read from you. Yes I called you Rose wanting to be more intimating than
ever before, moreso, I wanted to know how you will react to that. Did you like it? it is only one person that calls
you by that name and you were shocked why? and who is that person.

Amanda I once more want to tank you for all you have been doing for the children with regards to making sure everybody
is well taken into consideration with all your plans. It was nice Vincent never had any problems with his shoulder
in the appleby fair. It was said that there was thounder storm all over England on Sunday.

I think Megan pay in the hotel job is ok for now even though it is just the National Minimum Wage. At her age, she
does not need to get much pay so as not to keep his mind away from her Educational attainment..
For sure Megan does not like horses but Heather is in love with Firefly and should be left to do what so ever she wants
with her. It is nice that you have seperated their bedrooms.

You have not made the enquiry from the Library directory for western union place in carlisle, not bad but it has to be
done before saturday so that you will not have problems. I will want everything to be concluded soon to enable me visit
cumbria because without the consignment not departing london, will not have reason for excuse to come to cumbria.
I spoke to a friend over the phone in London and he gave me the discription of a place which may bee money shop but
he says wester union money transfer is done there. Perhaps you will have to check it out 3 WEST TOWER STREET CA3 8QT CARLISLE , CUMBRIA Phone: 01228 5xxxxx

I am working under the united nations in iraq as a social worker. We move from our hotel accommodation to any camp that
is in need of humanitarial services on dayly basis and come back to our hotel it is very interesting.

Horney I will write you again by tomorrow morning.
Love from
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I'm very tired and am now going to bed, but I just saw your letter, so I thought I'd write a few lines before I went.

Thank you for the Western Union address, I'll have the secretary at work telephone them tomorrow to ask what sort of place it is.

What do you do as a social worker in Iraq? I thought social workers just looked after the children of prisoners and abused children and things.

A man I used to know called me Rose. I was quite fond of him and then we argued and that spoilt things. But he wrote to me recently to tell me that his mail account had been hacked and I must not believe anyone who was using his name or his information. I felt a bit concerned about that, not that I would be believing someone pretending to be him, it was not that, but that he would have had a lot of letters from me in his mail account, and I didn't like the thought of some stranger reading them. I signed them all as Rose, he was the only person I used that name with. And then when you used it, it was a bit of a shock!

I must go to bed now.

Fond kisses
Amanda

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I have not received any letter from you today, and I hope you are alright.

But I have some good (and rather funny) news.

That Western Union place you told me about in Carlisle was another Money Shop, but our secretary said she was sure she could find a better place for me, and she did. There is one that is an ordinary shop in Kendal, just 8 miles away! So I could have gone there in the first place.

I can't go tomorrow, but I can certainly go on Friday morning, it won't take me long to pop there and back. How about that!

I had the farrier come today to check Firefly's feet, and I caught her myself and put her leading rein on, and held her while the farrier was seeing to her. I was very proud of myself, because I have never been around horses or ponies before. The farrier said there was no need for her to be shod, because she has the good and hard feet of native ponies, and would be fine, providing Heather did not trot her too far along the hard roads. He trimmed one of her feet, though, and then threw the trimming to my puppy Cody to eat. I was quite horrified, but he said that horses' hooves were not any difference to the cow's hooves you can buy for dogs to chew and eat in the pet shops, and it was very good and nutritious for him.

I do hope you are fine.

Fond kisses
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Baby,

I have just seen the last two letters you wrote.. and I am really very happy to
read from you. I want to appologies for keeping you uncommunicated for long.
Horney I love you. I have been so busy with the present work at hand.
It is true that part of social work covers looking after the children of prisoners and abused children, but there is still more to it.

The work we have now at hand has to do with the recent intention of the new
government of United States of America pulling out their military locations
from Iraq after the coalition forces tuppled the Government of president
Hussain in Iraq. There is now gradual pulling out of the united state military
presence in Iraq and for now our social work covers the monitoring of the
process. In effect therefore, anywhere there is going to be pulling off of
military installations we are present in the camp site to asscertain the
realistic tendencies. In the course of this also our health care delivery
department is also present to administer health care where there is need.
I have not been able to access my email since yesterday as we visited more
than 3 of such locations. After each dasys work, we normally return to our
hotel in baghdad depending on what time we are through for the day.

I called you Rose because I love the name. The name sounds sweet to me. With 2 consonants being preceded
by 2 vowels. Rose. I think I love the name. When you said you were shocked, I guess you did think it was Mark. Did you? Horney I just love
everything about you. I am really in love with you.

Yes the western Union Information I gave you turned out to be another money
shop. Actually the man that gave me that contacted said it was likely to be
a money shop and that was why he included their phone number for contact
before you make the trip. I am however happy that you have been able to
locate another one in Kendal and I am happy you will be able to make the trip
by tomorrow in the morning hours. In that case I think by saturday, delivery
will be made or by Monday so that Mr. Oliver will meet you in the office,
giving me the opportunity to be there in Cumbria as soon as you have taken
delivery..

Horney, you are just a wonderful woman. Each time I remember Amanda I feel like
standing next to her. Thank God the time is almost set for me to see my
darling. Who is your secretary, is she friendly and do relate fine with you?

The farrier you talked about, was he introduced to you by the person that
sold Firefly to you? it will be very nice if the farrier is a specialist because
the hoof care of horses which includes the trimming and balancing of a horse's hoof and the placing of shoes to the horse so that the horse may not find
it difficult when troted too far along the hard roads. How where you able to put Fireflys leading rein on? horney dont tell me you have never been used to horeses. I cant do that myself. I see you as a very inqusitive lady who is bent to catch up with every spheres of life. You are just the kind of woman I will love to spend the rest of my life with.

Horney please let me read from you again before you go to bed this night
so that I can have a more relaxed day.

How about Heather? has she settled in her new bedroom as was proposed. Has Megan
started to love Firefly? Vincent, when exactly will the sling be removed from
his neck. Give my regards to all.

I wish I will read from you once again today. Try and get to Kendal as you have
said by tomorrow and furnish me with the payment information and all would
have been done.

Fond kisses (ammmmmmmm i love you Amanda)
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I was glad to come home from work and find your letter. It is sweet of you to call me Rose.

I like roses, I've often thought I should grow some, just because of my name, but I'm not very good at growing things, they usually die. I can manage to grow lettuces, but not much else. My garden is not good, there is much brown instead of green.

The secretary is called Pamela, she is in her 40s and yes, I get on with her very well. We have only had her for a few weeks, she replaced the other one who left to move away and live with her boyfriend, or fiancé, I think he is. She is very friendly and we laugh a lot when the managing director gets stressed (not in front of him, but he is funny, he gets stressed very easily and walks up and down and his voice gets high and squeaky, he's lovely really, but we have to keep calming him down). Pamela is efficient and is good at finding out things. I hope she stays the long time.

It was Melaniie, Heather's best friend's mother, whose field and stable I am renting for Firefly, who got in contact with the farrier and made an appointment to come. Melanie has several horses and ponies for herself and her children, so she is in touch with all the providers of things for horses. She is very useful to me, with all her knowledge and information! I want to be able to know how to care for Firefly myself, so I can do it if Heather is unwell or something. There are lots of things to learn, especially about the winter care, but I think I can learn it, if children can learn these things, then so I can.

Heather is very happy with her own bedroom, she has never had that before. My house has four bedrooms, so I had one and Iain had one, and Vincent had another one, because they are many years apart, so Megan and Heather had always to share. Megan is growing into the young woman though, so it is good for her that Heather has moved out of the shared room and now both of them have their own. Heather is well-grown for her age, but still really has the mind of a child, and Megan is quite grown up.

Megan and Iain both take after their father, they are of smaller bone and thin. Vincent and Heather take after me, and are more stocky and wide! I think Heather looks very strong like that and I am of the hope that she grows up feeling good about being strong looking, and doesn't wish she was little and lean and thin like her sister.

I have a bit forgotten when Vincent is supposed to take off his sling, I think it must be another week and a bit. I know he is not wearing it when he is away from me, though. He thinks he fools me because he puts it back on when he walks in the room, but I see that his left sleeve is getting dirty, and that means he has been using that arm and leaning on that arm. You can't fool a mother!

You flatter me the very much. I will like to meet you very much. I would like to arrange a nice meal for you. Do you smoke? If you do, it would not be good to arrange the restuarant or pub meal because of the smoking ban. An outdoor meal is not good to arrange here, because of all the rain in the Lake District. I could cook for you instead. Do you have any particular likes or dislikes? I can cook most things, from the many cultures, meat or vegetarian, spicy or not spicy, traditional or unusual, it is one of my hobbies. I am the calm cook and we have the open-plan house, with the kitchen opening up onto the living area, so it is no problem and very casual.

I hope you are not getting too tired and stressed with all the different locations you are being at. Yes, I will do the money transfer tomorrow morning, I could not go today because I had the appointment at the doctor's, just for a well woman clinic, to check my womanly parts are Ok and not getting the cancers! All seems very well, so that is good. My mother died 10 years ago of cancer, and she was only 64 years old. My father died two years later, of the heart attack, but I don't think he really got over my mother's death. He was a bit older though, he was 71, but that is quite young nowadays when people expect to live into their 80s. One of my father's sisters is still alive, but we don't have any contact, I don't expect she even knows where I live.

Anyway, yes I will write to you after I do the money transfer tomorrow. It is at an ordinary shop and will be very Ok.

Fond kisses
Amanda Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
I have just accessed my email and just saw your mail. Baby I know I am going to
love you like I never have done to any other woman. Rose, just sounds sweet
to my heart. Will you take offence if I decide from now to be calling you Rose?
The name Rose makes me feel more infatuated about you baby.
I love you my
horney. Amanda, probaly when I come I will give you one or two lessons on how
to grow roses. Like you said, it is all a question of watering and giving
attention and it will be there. Why most people are unable to grow roses
is lack of attention and time. But with you, I know sooner than later you will
be used to it, that is if there is need for it.

My aunty's first daughter is called Pamella. For one thing I like of her is
that she is very adventureous and humoureous. Pamella can keep her friends
and anybody that whats to be present happy and laughing for a reasonable time
and it takes quite long for her to be offended. I hope Pamela stays for
a reasonable period with your office.

Nice it was Melanie that recommended the farrier for you because she is quite
used to ponies and horeses. I trust that my baby will sooner than later be
very much aquainted with all it takes to keep horeses and ponies more especially as Firefly could be breeded. You just have to keep your head cool
and catch all the intricases of Melanie's knowledge of keeping horeses herself.
The winter care is very important becuase the mortality rate of ponines are
higher during the winters. I know my horney will catch up soon.

Oh my God' I am very happy that Heather has moved into her bedroom. How happy
will Heather be. Her new pony and a bedroom to herself. That is great. Megan
the young lady. I know too well that she will be delighted to have her room
to herself as she is growing to be herself. I know that Megan will be happy
to see that Heather now has taken to her bedroom while she now has her own. Howmany of Megan's friends do you know? it is important you keep your eyes on
her and have a say on her intimate friends. I am not saying you should
interfair on her choice of friends but you should be able to advice her on the
sort of friends to keep. Horney I do hope you understand what I mean.

What about Suzy.hope she is doing fine with Iain. Please endeavour to
keep intouch regularly with them and see they fair well. I am prompted to say
that sooner than later you will be having a grand child. How about that horney?

With my calculations, Vincent will be geting out of the sling by next week.
Vincent is a very brave boy that is why he can even afford to pretend to have
the sling on why you are there. But I know for sure when you are not there
he can afford to do anything he wants to do.. But like you have said horney.
you can not fool a mother. I love you baby. You are really an affectionate
mumy.

Horney I dont somke. What about you. Do you smoke. I see smoking as just
habit and giving that as it is, the ban of smoking in pub resturants is an
injustice to thoes of them that have the habit.. However, I will prefair my
horeny make my meal of either vegetables or meat spicy or not spicy traditional
or unusual anything goes. More especially when you have the open plan house
it will be fantiastic horney.

I have been into this kind of job for quite some time now and I am used to
every aspect of it. It could be tiring at some times but easily gotten over,
most especially when you have certain things that keeps you happy like my baby
Amanda. I am ok looking forward to seeing you any moment from now.

It is ok. you deserve the doctors appointment for a well womanly clinic and
I know too well my horney is quit ok with all her womanly parts. Baby I love
you and I know I am going to meet you in the best of its all.

It must have been so pathetic with you. Your father died just too years after
your mother died. How old where you then. It is interesting that one of your
fathers sister is still leaving somewhere. Did you make any attempt to trace her? you have a lot of commitments in your hands and may be there is no time for such. But who knows, may be with time we can do that.

Amanda, I just want to say I love you my darling. Your body is so nice and
you have a pretty face and above all, you are quite a mother.. Baby I love
you and I will express much of my love for you when i see you in Cumbria.
As soon as you are through with the payment make sure you inform me so that
every other arrangement will be made.

I am still here with my pc. I know you must be tired and gone to bed. But if
you are able to read this mail now, darling sleep late and get back to me.

Cheers Horney.(bounty kisses for my love)
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Baby,

What is the situation now. Please let me read from you immediately.

I will be able to write you more after I have read from you concerning
what the situation is right now.

Fond regards horney

Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

You never told me it was so much trouble to send money through Western Union! The lady made me read this thing and that thing and I had to sign to say I'd read them, then I filled out the Western Union transfer form which I had to balance on my knee because there were other people at the desk by then, and then she gave me another form to fill in as well, this one issued by the Metropolitan Police and Office of Fair Trading, and then she told me I needed identification, so I had to leave the transfer form behind and go back to my car and get my driving licence, then go back again, and then she told me they did not accept cheques, so I had to go out again and go and find a bank to get the cash out, and then when I took that back,she said there was a fee to pay as well, so I had to go back to the bank AGAIN and get enough for that, and then finally she took it all. Mind you, she said it could have been worse, because if I was sending it overseas, there would have been security forms to fill in as well, and they are introducing them for here too.

So that was not very simple and then I was very late to work, so I stayed late tonight, and am very much all behind now, but anyway, the money has been sent to Jacob Harns as arranged, I didn't need to fill in any other information as it is being collected in the UK.

I must get on and cook now. We will just have something simple, I think, or we will be eating very late. It is good that it is Saturday tomorrow, so the children do not have to get up early.

Fond kisses
Amanda Rose

Richard wrote:
Oh my babay,

I must say that from the bottom of my heart I appreciate all the difficulties you must
have gone throuth. We hard a lot of grounds to cover more than ever before,

Horeny you are great. Yesterday because of the number of camps we heard to cover I hard
to trust my friend Tom who did not know much about what is at stake.

Horney I want to appologies sincerely for all the difficulties you must have gone through.

Baby I love you. Because of my work yesterday, I could not be along with my computer
I told tom to make sure that if there was any mail for me he should keep me informed but
because of the nature of our job yesterday he was trying to see that things were done
accordingly.

How are the children Megan, Heather and Vincent I love them all.. I must be in Cumbria
by Wednesday. Horney I am so busy.

However, were you able to conclude with the western union? if you did please, just
send me the 10 digists number write me a mail and furnish me with the 10 digit number
and Jacob Harns will pick up the money so that by Monday your consignment will
leave London and by Wednesday I will be in Cumbria.

As a matter of urgency, furnish me with the ten digit numbers. Do not border yourself
to send the transaction form just the 10 digit numbers and that is all.

Horney I am waiting in the next 20mins I want to receive the mtcn.

I wish to appologies once again because of my so busy schedule.. The camp we visited
yesterday was a nuclear plant and it took time to be detonated..

I am so happy that by Wednesday I will be in Cumberia. Is Firefly having the best of time
with Heather? what about my boy Vincent hope he is ok.

Baby I am expecting your reply to this mail in the next 20 mints.

I just returned to the hotel and I am relaxing myself. We gotten a lot of drink to talk over
and I am just doing that. Baby by Wednesday, I will love smoked salmons. Is it still
raining in the Lake district?

Please get back to me immediately.

Fong kisses (Ro-se) my pretty
Richard Finch

Richard wrote:
Hello Baby,

You mails was well understood, i am very sorry for the stress yo have to go through to get this funds sent to Mr. Jacob Harns. I have been very busy all day, i did not have any Chance to check my mail today on my PC. I am sending this mail from a friend's computer. Please i will send you a comprehensive mail tomorrow morning.

I need to get some information you used in making the payment.

RECEIVERS FULL NAME: JACOB HARNS
SENDERS FULL NAME:..................
SENDERS ADDRESS:....................
MONEY TRANSFER CONTROL NUMBER(MTCN)...
TEXT QUESTION:.....................
ANSWER:............................

Without this information the funds you sent can not be picked up by the receiver, Please try as much as possible to send this information as soon as possible to enable Mr. Jacob Harns pick up this funds.

Honey, Please i will send you an email tomorrow morning.

Fond kisses (ammmmmmmm i love you Amanda)
Richard.

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6. The Missing MTCN

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello again Richard

No, you are not right, all that is for sending money from one country to another. You don't need it for sending it within England, because my identity was checked as I sent it (like I told you), and Mr Harns will have plenty of identification of his own, of course.

He'll find out it is Ok when he goes there.

I need to go and wash-up now!

Fond kisses
Amanda Rose

Richard wrote:
I need just the MONEY TRANSFER CONTROL NUMBER(MTCN) check it on your transfer form you used in sending the funds

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello again Richard

No, honestly, Mr Harns does not need that. I've got the Western Union leaflet right here in front of me, and it says:

'Western Union does not require a receiver to present a money transfer control number (MTCN) to pick up funds.'

He'll find it is fine. He just needs to show his birth certificate, his passport, or his driving licence. He'll have a birth certificate, at the very least, and he only needs one piece of identification for that amount of money. The lady told me all about it.

I'll write you a proper letter tomorrow.

Fond kisses
Amanda

Richard wrote:
OK IS THERE ANY MTCN ON THE LEAFLET WITH YOU?IF THERE IS ANY PLEASE SEND IT TO ME

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I don't understand. The leaflet is an information leaflet. It is all about 'Be a smart consumer' and tells you what you need to know. It says the receiver does not need the MTCN, that's what I copied to you. So don't worry, it will be fine, Mr Harns just needs to take his driving licence along, or his birth certificate. He'll find out, it is quite straightforward when sending within England.

Fond kisses
Amanda

Richard wrote:
SO YOU MEAN THERE IS NO MTCN NUMBER ON THE LEAFLET WITH YOU A TEN DIGIT NUMBER?

Amanda Rose wrote:
Richard, why are you shouting?

The leaflet is an information leaflet. It contains information for users of Western Union. It EXPLAINS about MTCNs, it does not give examples.

You must have seen information leaflets before. You even get them with new kettles nowadays.

Amanda

Richard wrote:
HONEY THE FUNDS IS NOT SENT BY THE WESTERN UNION.THE WESTERN UNION GIVES OUT THE MTCN TO THE SENDER AND THAT IS WHAT THE RECEIVERS NAME WILL TAKE TO GET THE FUNDS PICK UP WITH HIS ID IN WESTERN UNION.YOU WILL HAVE TO BE THERE IN THE MORNING AND ASK THEM FOR THE MTCN.PLEASE GO BACK TO THE WESTERN UNION SHOP THE MONEY WAS SENT AND ASK FOR THE MTCN.IF ANY ONE IS SENDING MONEY VIA WESTERN UNION ,THEY HAVE TO GIVE HIM OR SHE THE MTCN EVEN IF YOU ARE SENDING THE MONEY FROM STREET TO STREET .PLEASE HONEY DO IT FOR ME.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Richard, writing in capitals is shouting. I will not permit any man to shout at me, and if I receive another letter from you in shouting-writing, I will send it straight back to you without reply.

Of course I have an MTCN on the transfer form. But we were not talking about the transfer form, we were talking about the Western Union leaflet. And I know that even the smallest child knows the difference between a form and a leaflet, so I don't understand why you are being so strange. Have you been drinking too much beer?

I suggest you go to bed, and calm down, and sober up, and write to me tomorrow when you are more yourself.

I will repeat, and I am copying this straight from the Western Union leaflet:

'Western Union does not require a receiver to present a money transfer control number (MTCN) to pick up funds.'

Your colleague will be fine. Tell him to take his birth certificate to his nearest Western Union and give his name. This is England, Richard, not Outer Mongolia!

Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
Here again.

I am on my knees as well. I did not know you had to go through all this
rigours. Probably because it is your first time of sending money via
western union. But that is just what it is. There is a fee to be paid for
the transaction and you feel out the form.

However, at the end you are given the payment iform which contains
the mtcn number it is that number that is mostly required for the receipient
to pick up the money that is sent. So please just write out the 10 digit
numbers and send it to my as you are sending me mail and it will be picked up.

Baby, I must say again I am very sorry for all the problems you hard.
Rose, I love you. Baby I trust that you are my future partner. I am so
busy here. The American Government is bent on withdrawing their military
instalations from Iraq and they want the whole world to be aware of that.
But keep that to yoursefl. Baby, I lied to you when i said I dont smoke.
I love smoking excep if you do not like it, I will have a rethink. It keeps
me going.

Rose, I am in love with you and I know for sure everything is going to work
out fine.
If you are there, please just send the 10 digit number in the form and that
is all. what about your next door neighboure, does he drink? is he a good
man? I will love to meet him when i come.

Baby I am waiting right now by my pc. Please horney, I was not the author of
the letter that was written in caps. It was tom my friend. That is his nature.
I think I have every ethick in cummunications. It is the transfer form that
contains the mtcn and you are quite correct. I appologies for the lack of
experience of my friend.

For ever yours.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

I am so worried about what I did. I only asked tom to see if you have sent the mtcn
I did not tell him to ask you for anything. I am very sorry about everything. I could'nt
have shouted at my bady.

Horney, hope you are ok.

fond regards and lot of kisses for my baby.

Richard wrote:
Horney,

Just do please ignore thoes mails that were sent to you by tom. It was because I was
dam busy here.

Tom does not even know about western union proceedures.

Horney, I am having a glance of you photo and I am just too exited.

Did Megan go to work today.

I am having an allday relaxation right now.

Did Heather ride on Firefly this morning. Who was it like.

Horney please give me a return mail now.

Amanda I love you baby.

Fond regards and lot of hurgings and kisses for my baby Ro-se.

Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

I am still writing you inrespect of the many conversations you had with my friend Tom.

Darling please have nothing to do with all that tom wrote to you. I was going out yesterday and I gave him my pass word to reach you if there was need for that.

You did everything quit well. Just copy out the MTCN and send it to me.

Did you walk out with cherry today?. I guess so.

Darling, I dont what to say it, but I am getting the water loo when I look at your photo.

Rose; cheers baby. Tell Vincent i will see him by next week.

Most fondly regards. (kisses for my baby)

Richee

Richard wrote:
Hello Roseeeeeeeee,

I am replying all the letters Tom wrote on my behalf. I don not know what exactly he
must have said, but I have changed my password and he will not be able to access
my email again.

All the identification, is ok. Mr Harns will not have any problem, just send the mtcn
number which he will just presnt at the western union office and pick up the money.

I want you to tell me how today was. When I wrote you my last letter yesterday,
you could not reply before I left.

Horeny, I am going to eat you up when I come to Cumbria. I love you darling.

Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I've been out this morning, doing the grocery shopping, I'm just back. I need to get the groceries put away now, and then get us all some lunch, so I'll write later this afternoon.

I'm shocked though to find that it was Tom pretending to be you. First I had a fake Mr Oliver writing to me, and now a fake Richard. I don't like that.

I did think in the end it was you being very drunk, you didn't seem to be understanding anything. Forgive my rudeness, but that Tom must be very stupid! Or maybe he was drunk.

It's not good, though, people pretending to be someone else.

Back later.

Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

I am so much happy I have read from you. You must forgive me. Because of the
very busy schedule yesterday, I left Tom with my laptop and gave him my password
so that if you are able to send the mtcn he should alert me by phone so that I can
arrange for my personal assistant to pick up the money and do the necessary things.
But because you did not send the mtcn number, he wanted to impose on your kindness.

Horney you must forgive me. I quite appreciate that you were able to know that I was
not writing you myself. For anything, I could'nt have shouted for my darling. Tom is
a regiment sergent, and tends to be like a soldier which he is. Baby I appologies for all
this. Oh my horney I am so delighted to read from you. I wrote you an early mail yesterday
and I expected getting your reply before I went out, but it was not to be.

The most wonderful thing, was that I did not ask Tom to write you any letter, but I think
he was looking from my own point of view wanting to assit me in seeking permission to
travell to Cumbria may be that was why he was trying to be smart. But not to people like
my horney Amanda.

Did you go on the grocery shopping yourself alone? how was work yesterday and your
trip to Kandel. I read all of the mails you sent to me when Tom was writing you. Baby
I think you are very interligent. Tom as a matter of fact wanted to pretend to be me. I love
your inteligency. I was not writing you. It was Tom. Mr Oliver is already out of it and by
Monday you will not hear of him again after the delivery.

Horney I am hungry. What are you having for lunch? just give me the resipy.

I want drinking yesterday though but not drunk. I dont get drunk easily. But I love
charting over bottles of drink. It is my nature.

Baby, I am ending you with the expectation that i will read from you in the next 20 mins.

Is Firefly geting on fine. From the mails you sent to me when you were on with Tom,
I want to add baby that the mtcn is important because that is the proof that money has
b een sent via wester union to the receipient. I agree with you that the leaflet is just
for the consumption of the sender and the western union outlet. The the transaction
form which contains the payment mtcn number is most important. Just copy out
the mtcn and include it in your next mail to me and that is just all.

How is your weekend going to look like. Will you later in the evening have some drinks
with some friends or something.

Horney. I love your my darling.

Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I have had so many mails from you, if I forget to say something or answer something, please forgive me and remind me.

Most of the time, Vincent likes to come shopping with me, he likes to spot all the bargains, and he brings his calculator with him and works out whether it is the best thing to buy two packs of 4 chicken pieces or one pack of 8 chicken pieces. I say to him we do not need to work it out, it really does not matter if the pack of 8 pieces work out 5p cheaper or 5p more expensive, but he likes it, he says it is paying attention to detail.

He also says, 'Get these sausages, they are Buy One, Get One Free' and I say, 'But Vincent, that brand is not so good. We will get the good brand' and then we argue for a long time, me saying get the best, and him saying get the good bargain. I warn him, when he grows up, he will be one of those awful rich men who count every penny and are known as mean. He says he will be the greatest bargain hunter and money maker and will be like Alan Sugar on The Apprentice who bought cheap things from the market and sold them for more money and is now a big millionaire.

But he did not come today, because he has a friend visiting for the day, I don't know how to spell the name of the friend, but it is said like Keer-ron. Because of Keerron, we had a bigger lunch today, I cooked the lamb chops and I put out lots of different salads, home made and also shop bought, and crisps, because boys that age like to eat lamb chops with their fingers and dish up lots of different things, and have the crisps.

I took the dogs out after that, it is not the pleasant day today, it is spots of rain sometimes, but in between, it is hot under the clouds in that no-air way, I would not be surprised if there is a storm later.

Megan is only doing the teatime shift today, she went to work for 4 o'clock, and will be home after 7 o'clock. Heather is out all day with Firefly, she said she is going for long ride through the hills. It is seem like Firefly is the ideal pony for this, she is very good at making her way along any path or any type of ground.

I do not smoke myself, I just never started it when I was young, but I don't mind smoking at all, in fact I think that it looks quite sexy, and I like the taste of the smokey kisses, I think it very erotic!

Oh yes, my next door neighbour, Pixie, likes to drink, he is one of those drinkers who, the more he drinks, the more he smiles and gets the giggles. He is good fun to give the drink too, because then he laughs at all jokes and enjoys himself so much. We often eat at each other's houses, and have the very good time. Maybe I send you a photo of me and him having a drink on his little decking, if you do not think bad of me enjoying the drink with him?

He is the very very good man, I would never have been able to manage after I got divorced if it were not for him, he is so helpful with the children. They love him very much. He is the widowed gay man, and I wish he would meet another nice man and remarry, he deserves more happiness, but he says he will never love another man like he loved his dead partner, and he does not even want to look for another. He has the good friends, but I don't think that really takes the place of the someone special, do you?

I will serve you the smoked salmon when you come. We get very good smoked salmon here because we are so near Scotland and get the best, and sea-salmon, not farm-salmon. It would be the much better, though, if you come on the Saturday or Sunday, not the Wednesday, because, of course, I am at work on the Wednesday, and I need to keep my holidays now for Vincent and Heather's school holiday time in August.

You asked about my parents' death. i was 40 when my mother died, and 42 when my father died, so very adult! I'm 50 now, I was 50 last December.

As I was trying to explain to Tom last night. Mr Harns does not need the MTCN. It is not needed for within-England transfers, England to England, because there is no way anyone can forge the identity here, and everyone has the identity documents. All he has to do is go to a Western Union and give his name and show his birth certificate or driving licence, and they will do the payment. The lady told me all about it.

Fond kisses
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Baby
That is exactly what I expect of my boy. I told you Vincent is great
and I know he is going to be a mighty man. I was like that myself
and my mumy does not do any shoping without my interferance. Like
Vincent said, he is only wanting to know details of bargaining as a
sharp boy. I love it.

Horney you have not derailed from the content of my mails. I wrote
serveral mails to you when I saw what Tom was doing.

Do not take it away from Vincent. He has a vision that must come
through. The richest men in the world today are the best bargainers.
For my boy to have gotten that initiative tells Vincent is great. He says he will be the greatest bargain hunter and money maker and will be like Alan Sugar. I love that but you must be behind him horney.
Is keeron a friend to Vincent or something? I am delighted with everything horney. Even Heather is taking a longer ride of Firefly. That is great.

I am happy with Megan and everybody. You took cherry out today for
a walk? how about the younger one. The innoculation must be over by
now or what.

Pixie, what about him. Is he doing fine? can he get someother persons tomake him happy? after the death of his belove? I love him. Can you tell him Richard will be visiting?. Why not, tell Pixie I will be coming. If he makes you happy
baby just go ahead and have funds with him I like people like him.

I love to drink especially henekins. Do you love drinking beer?. Horeny, I believe there is nothing that can not be replaced in the absence of it. Pixie will have some other guys that he will love I give him my words.

Horney, I am dam too busy and we are going to the border of Kuwait for
avacuation.
Tom is a good man he was only being military and he will never have
ag access to my email. Horney how is it going to be the
first night? I will lick all of your body babay. You are just too
younger than you said. Rose I love you.

Tom did not know what to tell you. Actually, the mtcn is needed that
is the only proove have you to show in the receiving end that you have money to pick up from the western union. So horney send me
the 10 digit numbers so that all will be done. I love smoked salmons
greatly. I think I will have good time with it..

Amanda, I love you and I want to have everything of my baby.
I will not be able to access my computer by tomorrow. However, I am
waiting for you to send me the mtcn immediately so that by first
thing on Monday Oliver will be informed.

Horney I love you. I think Pixie will make my stay in cumbria great.
Rose. You are just my kind of baby.
Fond kisses. (please enclouse the mtcn

You dont smoke? I do it. Are you angrey with me baby?
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Oh no, I told you, I think smoking looks sexy and smokey kisses are very erotic. I prefer a man to smoke! For me, I just did not start the smoking when I was young, and then when you get older, it does not appeal in the same way, so I never did it. But I like a man to smoke, it is sexy.

Yes, Cody is going out now, I taught him to walk nicely on the lead in the garden, but out in the big wide world, he forgets, and he goes here, then he goes there, and he wants to look at everything new. So we look like silly idiots going along the lane at the moment, but he will learn how to do the nice walking in time.

I like beer and I like wine and I like most anything really. I cannot let myself get drunk, because I am the lone mother and I have the children to look after, but I like to drink enough to get smiling and relaxed. And I think it is the nice conversations people have after having a drink and getting relaxed. Heinekin is nice in the pubs, but not so good in the cans because it has lots of air in and it makes the tummy get bigger and bigger and get uncomfortable. You might be able to get it in bottles in London, but I don't think it comes in bottles up here, so here Pixie and I drink French lager (or blonde bière, as they call it) which is the same sort of thing, but not with all the air to make your tummy big and uncomfortable.

Mr Harns does not need the MTCN, the lady told me it would just be for me, if I wanted to cancel the transfer, which I can do anytime if it has not been collected. An England to England transfer does not need the MTCN because of the security of identity documents. It is not like those countries that do not have them, or can do the fake ones. You can't do that here, as you know! All Mr Harns has to do is go to his Western Union place and tell his name and show his birth certificate or driving licence or other official document. He does not even have to collect the money in London or any special place, the lady said he can collect it anywhere in the UK. I thought that was rather good, especially if he is someone who is only in London during the week, and goes to his countryside home at the weekends. It will be ready for collection whenever he wants, the lady said it only takes 10 or 15 minutes to go through, which is quite amazing isn't it, when even the banks usually take 2 days.

What do you mean about the 'first night'? I assumed you would be staying in a hotel. It is up to the lady to invite you for more! Do not assume you get the more! I have not even seen a photo of you. I know you are the good and interesting man, but there is a need for the sexual attraction too, you know! Otherwise, you would just be like a brother! I am the one to decide if you are also the sexy man who I want the more close with. You cannot decide for yourself. It is the woman who decides!

Fond kisses anyway
Amanda Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
I saw your mail now. Please note without the MTCN, the money can not be
picked up. The mtcn is what western union will use to locate the money in
their computer and after the have seen the money, Mr Harns will then provide
his birth certificate or driving licence to prove
that his is the actual receiver. It is correct that the money can be picked
up in any place in uk
Horney, remember that you are sending the money to me for the delivery of the
consignment. So all you need to do is just type in the MTCN to me and I will
give it to Mr Harns and he will pick the money.
I sincerely appeal to you to send me the MTCN and for sure baby all will be
done. I will want to leave Iraq by tomorrow so that I will be in Cumbria by
wednesday.

How is everybody out there hope fine,
I am waiting to hear from you horney. By then I will be able to write you
comprehensively.

Fond regards With kisses
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
For goodness sake, Richard, you are as bad as that Tom.

The MTCN is not needed. IT SAYS SO ON THE WESTERN UNION LEAFLET. This is England, Richard, not bloody India or Africa or Outer bloody Mongolia.

I already have four children. I don't need another one to teach things to. Be a sensible MAN, please, not a little child. You live in this country, you know how things work.

Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Again,

Baby for the love I have for you and everybody out there, and for the sake of my intended visit. Horney, please I am not as bad as Tom could be. Please do send me the mtcn.

Now this is why it is needed.
If Mr Harns gets to the western union office, he will be given a form to fill out. The content of the form is

1. The senders name which is Amanda R. Morison
2 The receivers name which is Harns in this case
3. From where is the money being sent from, which is Kandel Cumbria
4. How much is sent which is 800 pounds
5. Money transfer controll number (MTCN

Now after he has filled out this information, the information will be
verified in the computer and once money is seen, his identification will now be demanded and once it is confirmed, they will pay him the money.

So my baby this is why the mtcn is needed. Horney I am just so much in love with you and because of that I will not tell you something that is not obtainable.

It is not going to make any difference if you send the mtcn. You still have the form of payment with you and if it is not picked up by Mr. Harns you can still cancel it if there must be need for that.

Horney, please do just this for me and I asure you everything will be ok. Baby, I know you are quite experienced tireless and hard working mother and I believe everything you say. But just this only, do it for me.

I am just too worried about my coming to see you and for sure I will send you my photo in my next mail to you. Baby you may not believe it, but I am almost in tears as regards this prolonged issue of mtcn. Horney please have a rethink.

I am happy to learn that you like French lager. I think it has lower
alcoholic content than Heinek. We have it in London in bottles and cans. I love it. How is Pixie? is he doing fine..

Yes, I will be in the hotel and expect the lady to invite me. But really
I assumed that my horney will invite me that for sure that is why I talked about the first night. Rose it is you that will decide for sure I am not going to decide for you it was all about infatuation. I will for sure send you my photo in my next email

Did Vincent and Heather go to school today. How was your weekend. Did you had time for walk out with Cherry. How is Firefly behaving, she must have gotten use to the new environment by now. How is Megan going about her hotel job? I know she will be having it out nicely.
Horney, please do get back to me immediately with the mtcn so that I will have a relaxed night.

I am so happy by your acceptance of a smokey guy. My late wife also smoked while she was there and we enjoyed it together.

Baby, I observed in your last mail that you did not close your letter with fond regards. I love you horney.

Fond regards Horney,
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Today has not been a good day. First of all, Cherry must have eaten a bad thing out on her walk yesterday, because today she is vomiting. This is problem because the downstairs of the house is open-plan and so there is no kitchen to shut her in. I have a puppy pen, but Cody needs to be in that while I am out because he is only 16 weeks old and will still chew the furniture. But they could not go in the puppy pen together, because then Cody might eat Cherry's vomit, which would not be good if it is something bad or poisonous. So I needed Pixie to look after one of them (depending who he would prefer - the vomit dog or the chew dog!), but Pixie was out. And I needed to sort out something so I could go to work. Cherry has got a crate, but it is not good for her to be left in it like for a long time like that.

Then, while I'm still running round after those two and going back and forth to see if Pixie is home yet, first of all there are two religious men at the door. I said, 'Don't bother, I've read your religious literature and I think it very boring and very silly,' but they would not believe I'd read it. They were only about 19 years old, same as Iain, and if Iain argued with me like that, not believing me, I would certainly have something very cross to say. I got very fed up with these silly arguing religious men.

Then the electricity meter reader man comes. I tell him to make sure to take all 3 readings. He says there isn't 3 readings. I say yes there is, he says no there isn't. Of course there are 3 readings! I'm on the Economy 10. But he would not believe me, now I'm not the violent woman, but I could have smacked him, the horrible little man.

Then you send me your letter, and you are arguing and not believing too. And I have had enough of this. I am not the stupid woman, I do know what I am talking about. And I do with this too; I am at work now, so I have scanned the Western union leaflet to show you.

Pixie did get home before I had to go to work. He said he would look after both the dogs, and he would telephone the electricity company for me and put in the complaint about the meter reader. Pixie's meter has the 3 readings too, so he knows I am right about there being 3, and the meter man was wrong. He said he would make the big complaint too about the man not believing the woman, which is against the sexual equality laws.

I had better get back to work now. No I don't feel 'fond regards'. I don't like being argued with.

Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

Please you must endeavour to take it easy within the remaining part of the day.
I saw the leaflet you sent to me. That leaflet is just an advert by the western
union it is like that every where. But when you go to western union to pick
money, you will have to fill in the mtcn for the money to be traced in the
computer. Without mtcn, no match will be found.
There is no way you can collect money from western union without presenting
thoes information I told you of. Yes you will present you identification after
it has been confirmed that you have money to collect. The mtcn is sent to
the receiver to present in the western union confirming that the receiver
is the actual person the money is meant for. It is a prove that the sender
has actually sent you the receiver the money.
I will want to say here that if you can not send the mtcn number, it will be
best you get your money back because nobody will attend to any receiver
without the mtcn. I have collected money several times from the western
union and in all cases I did filled in the mtcn number. For more than
10 years, I have been dealing with western union money transfer. I have sent
money to people and I have received myself.
The reason why you were given a control number is for the receiver to show at
the western union office and for the sender also to have it with him in case
if the receiver was unable to pick it up.

Now horney get one thing straight, you made this payment because I asked you
to do so, of what use is it therefore if it can not be picked up. Control
number must be presented for the receiver to pick up the money. Is it possible
for anybody to walk to the bank and ask for money without a check?.

I am a man of proven intergrity, I am a straight forward person and above
all God fearing. Anything I do, I always put God first. All you needed just
do is as I have told you just write out the ten digit number and send it to
me. Horney, let me know something, where you given mtcn after you made the
payment.

Please note baby that I am not arguing with you, I am only telling you what
is obtainable. If you can contact the lady in the western union just do so
and tell her that the money cannot be picked up without the mtcn.

I will write you later today again and I will be able to write about some
other issues.

Still.
Fond regards.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

I am writing you this short letter again inrespectt of this same issue.
Please horney, dont kill the bream and aspirations I have in coming to Cumbria.
The money you sent horney, has reflected by now.. But cannot be picked up without
the mtcn.
If you can just type in the mtcn, the money will be picked up tomorrow first
thing in the morning.
Babay, I understand you quite alright, but do it and let us see.

Fond regards and have a very good night.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Richard, I'm bored of this. The lady at the shop who operates the Western Union gave me that leaflet (not advert, it has two sides to it) and I had to sign to say I'd read it, and sign another anti-fraud form, and sign another one to say I would follow their instructions. And that is fact.

It is a very stupid system anyway. I'm not interested in all this. I've already paid for recorded delivery for a cheque that went missing, paid for a bank transfer that was suspended on suspicion of fraud, and paid for a Western Union transfer that you now want me to break the rules for, after I have signed to say I won't. On top of that, I've been contacted by a fake Mr Oliver and a fake Richard Finch. And all for a parcel that isn't even addressed to me!

I don't know if you're all playing some sort of silly game and get some satisfaction out of me paying out money for all this and getting involved in fraud suspicion and breaking anti-fraud rules, but I've had enough.

I was only trying to help the rightful owner of the money. I thought I'd just take it to the police. I don't have to do that. Return it to sender.

Amanda

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2011 10:34 am Reply with quoteBack to top

7. The Even-More Missing MTCN

Richard wrote:
Hello Babay,

I thank you for taking patience to write me this time. Please I want to say that I am
actually sorry for all that happened in the cause of this transaction. But I want to
quickly add that there is no fake Oliver or Richard Finch.

What I am doing with you is far from fraud or anything of such. Yes you did say that
will turn over the consignment to the police if there was no trace of your ownership of
it which to me was interesting and I did promised to be there when you will be handing
over to the police and I meant every word I was saying.

I am sorry for geting you bored with all this but it was due to some unfore seen circumstances ranging from the check to all this I am very sorry about all that horney
but I am still saying that it is not criminal to send mtcn to a receiver in western union.

Far be it from me to want to defraud you or wanting get some money out of you. I will
send you copy of my id.

Horney, I sincerely mean what I am saying. I dont think I am so much in the need of
money. I am not too rich but I think I am just too contented with what I have. I go to
anywhere I wish to go and have what so ever that I desire. I dont know how I came to
be just too deeply in love with you and I find it just too difficult to put my mind off you.

Horney, please let us finish this and you know that the end will justify the means. The
consignment may not carry your actual name as I have understood, but then it is still
traceable to you.

My darling please, keep your calm and let us finish it. Mtcn is to be sent to the receiver
and still be kept by the sender so that in a situation where the money can not be picked
the sender will tender the mtcn to the western union officer from where the money was
sent for a possible refund. Some of the causes of money not being able to be picked
may arise if the mtcn sent to the receiver was mistakenly written out and the likes, and
in such situation, the sender will go back to the western union office with the mtcn
for clearification.

Horney, please trust me, there will be no problems if you send me the mtcn.

What about the children hope. Please, horney avoid bored situation and have some
cool relaxation with your neighbour Pixie. Everybody seem to be happy here in Iraq
because of the out come of yesterdays football match betwee South Africa and Iraq which
ended in a stalmate. We are having some drinks in the bar and I am taking my time
to write you.

Horney, you are a wonderful woman and I love you.

Fond regards baby.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Richard, I've already put the Western Union Transfer form into the shredder, so I can't give you the MTCN even if I wanted to. They TOLD me that it could be picked up with just a birth certificate or driving licence. I suppose I can't even get the money back myself now, because she did say that the MTCN was for the cancelling, for me. So if Mr WhatsHisName can't get it, and I can't get it, then Western Union are £800 the richer, and I feel absolutely fed up with this.

I'm sorry you are getting all my frustrations. But it is ridiculous if I was told things that aren't right, and I was even given the forms to sign to prove I understood it all. But I don't know what I can do now.

I'm sorry if I've messed up. But I was just believing all the lady told me.

Fond regards
Amanda Tired Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
I think I can understand now that for goodness sake that lady did not do the
explanation quite well to you. Now for instance, if Mr. Harns took his birth
certificate or driving licence to western union assuming that is so, if they
discovered any mistake either from the spelling of his name may be as written
by you the sender, the MTCN will be the only prove for the receiver Mr Harns
to show that money was actually sent to him that is why needs to have gotten
it.

Horney I dont want to believe that you messed up, you were only mislead by that
lady for reasons I cannot tell. That portion in the leaflet that says you do
not need mtcn to receive money in western union was only emphasising the fact
that by mere presentation of your id such as Birth Certificate or driving
licence you will pickup money but in the event of doubt which cannot be ruled
out completely, the mtcn is the most important prove to show that the sender
sent money to the receiver.

However, baby if you have made a certified destruction of form, I will advice
that you go back to the western union and tell the lady you misplaced the
form and that you need it because the receiver has not confirmed to you he
has pickedup the money and that you needed to hold it incase there will be
need of it to prove at any time. I know they will let you have it as they have
a duplicate copy of it. Do not tell them you want to cancel it, just obtain
the form from them, if they can not give you form, they should be able to give
you the mtcn number and you say you want to keep it until friday if the receiver
does not confirm to you that he has picked up the money you will now come back
to cancel the transfer.

Baby I think that is the best that can be done, We are still talking over
some drinks here and having fun all the good people out here. I know it
must be midnight by now and my horney will be yening for sleep.

Rose I love you horney

Fond regards and a blown out kiss for my baby.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Yes, I'm too tired for too much letter writing, but Richard, that's silly. A name on a birth certificate or a driving licence CANNOT be spelt wrongly. And I can assure you that I spelt the name correctly.

Goodnight, anyway.
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

Yes I think by now you should be tired out. Have a sweet sleep horney.

I did not mean to say you did not spell the name out correctly, I was
only saying that such mistakes can come up and if they do, the mtcn
is the only prove that can be tendered.

I think the best we can do about this, is that, you still visit that western union office again and ask the lady to give you another form or just
the mtcn for your records and I think she will be kind enough to do just
that.

I must aplogise for all this problems, please I am very sorry for making
you go through all this.

Endeavour to attend to Vincent well enough before he goes to school.
Was Pixie able to make the complaint about the electricity issue.

Fond regards horney
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

How was work today? hope everything went on fine. Did Heather and Vincent make it to school fine today.

Horney I hope you did had a splendid time in the office today. We are in a location right now and there is evacuation going on and we are just there withnessing.

Baby, for now reading your letters is the only thing I depend to make my day. Any time I dont read from you, the day is a complete boring one. Horney please endeavour to reach me.

How is the little dog that was vomiting, hope is ok now. Cody I think. And what about Cherry, is the weather bright out there in Cumbria. It is raining seriously here in Iraq.

How about your secretary Pamela and the Managing Director? hope you are getting on fine with all of them. The nice guy Pixie, is it ok with him? my regards to him.

Horney where you able to visit the western union place today? I was intouch with Mr. Harns and told him about the situation and he said he cannot pickup any money from western union without the mtcn information. Just take your time baby, even if by Friday, you can take a trip to the western union place and just ask the lady to let you have a photo copy of the transaction you hard with them last Friday,
give her your name and the receivers name and she will be able to do that. Tell her you want to keep if for your records as you did misplaced the original one you were given.

Horney, I love you. Your beauty is a charm of attraction.

Fond regards with blown out kiss for my love.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I am home early today because I was out of the office this afternoon, going to a nearby town to check on a business' customer service, and I came straight home afterwards. I have a report to write this evening, but I will do that a bit later.

It was Cherry who had the vomiting but it is easy to get them mixed up! Cody is male and Cherry is female, but I have got so accustomed to saying 'he' for Cody that sometimes I call Cherry a 'he' as well, if she could understand me, I expect she would be very cross! Anyway, I starved Cherry last night and this morning to give her tummy the chance for the recovery, tonight I will just give her a little fish to eat, that is easy to digest. I think she must have eaten some grass with weed-killer on it, when we out for a walk. So many people put down the weed-killer this time of year, and it is a bit poisonous for dogs, so can be worrying. She is getting better, I am not being worried now.

Everybody else here is fine. I've had the much more relaxed day today. It is a bit hot, so I went out early with Cody, and took Cherry for a very short walk too, not far, because she has not eaten, but just for the change of scene. Then I went for coffee with a neighbour who is called Debbie, she has the foreign students to stay in the summer to help them learn English. She has the much patience!

Tonight I am going to cook lots of Indian food.

I will go back to the Western Union place and do as you say. I'm not sure when I can go there, I have lots to do this week, but I will go as soon as possible before the lady forgets who I am. I think that Mr Harns could still try to collect the money, even you yourself wrote:

--- That portion in the leaflet that says you do
not need mtcn to receive money in western union was only emphasising the fact
that by mere presentation of your id such as Birth Certificate or driving
licence you will pickup money ---

So there is no reason he cannot get it.

I felt a bit concerned by something you said in another letter. You wrote:

--- Anything I do, I always put God first. ----

I feel very worried by that. It seems a very strange thing to me. I do not like religion at all, it is the cause of much trouble and much oppression, and it is against all modern intelligence.

Why are you interested in this?

Fond regards
Amanda Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
Thanks very much for your mail. I am delighted reading from you. Oh Darling I am
just to happy to read you letter at this moment. Thanks again.

You are quite a busy woman. When I imagine a woman of your sot, a mother of four
going out for a customer service from the office and returning home to actually
write a report amidts the children's attention and all the house work, I think
I salute your courage. Baby I dough my hart for you.

Oh was it cherry that had the vomit I mixed up thier names. It is not unusual that
that one gets mixed up with the name of things that are simillar. As a matter of
fact I have always thouht that Cherry is male why Cody is femail but I have now
corrected that and no more mixing up. Yes is good thing you starved cherry so as to
get rid of the poison she must have eaten. Then a very soft meal like fish as
you said will just be ok her tomy and entire system.

I am surprised it was hot in Cumbria today. At the contrary, was heavy rain fall
hear in Bagdhad and a cool wehther. It is splendid you have started geting a walk
out with Cody. Please endeavour to do it when the wehther is still cool because of
his age. Do you have any intention to breed cherry. I am happy you hard a relaxed
day today. How is Debbie, has she been into the summer English coaching long before
now, or she has just started it. I think must have that patience to be a teacher.
It is not easy to teach because you need all the patience you can to teach some
other persons. Apart from the domestic instructions to my children, I have never
been a teacher.

Horney you must be a very nice cook to be able to cook Indian foods.It Is different from rest of the world not only in taste but also in cooking methods. It reflects a perfect blend of various cultures and ages. I love chowmein, chilli chicken,and
fried rice.

It will just be good if you are able to go back to the western union place. And I
will advice that you do it as soon as you can so that just as you said the lady
may not forget who you are. If it could be possible, I will suggest you do it
within this week. Yes when I said Mr Harns can collect the money, by the presentation
of his birth certificate or driving licence, I merely was just trying to emphasis
on the personal identification which is very important as western union has often
emphasised. Because even if you present the mtcn withou a geniune identification,
you will not be able to pickup the money. So what they were saying in effect
as I know is that mere presentation of mtcn does not quarantee your ownership
of the money that is sent without proper identification with either your
driving licence or birth certificate. So horney, the mtcn is required but
it must only be seen by the receipient of the money sent, and ofcourse the sender
to enable him make a claim on the event of the receipient not pickingup the money.

Horney, I use to think just as you are thinking now bet during my university days,
somehow I got used to believing in God which actually helped me a lot to go through
my university education. And since then, I have to give it a lot of recorgnition
and I always ask God to give me success in every of my life endeavours be
engaing in such adventures. I am not religious anyway, but I believe in asking
God to guide me in everything I want to do and it has always been working for me.

There was this guy that was my friend in the University an Irish Benard Doning.
He was Rev. Father then, because according to him every first son of an Irish
family was to serve as a Rev. Father in the Catholic church. I was so fund of the
guy that we were like bothers in the University. He is however late now and before
he died he was nolonger a priest..

So horney that is just how much I am into Godly affairs.. I am not religious and
hate to be it, because of the so much problems geligion has caused in the world
and lots of opperssion. I am interested in God himself because he created every human being or dont you think so horney.

Baby I want to stop here for now because of the alert call that has just came in.

Fond regards baby with kisses for Ro-se
Rciahrd.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Just a few lines because I am cooking and doing other things too at the moment! Yes, I think I have much energy for my age, but I have always been active, I don't like to sit still in front of the TV like so many women!

Oh yes, I will go back to the Western Union place this week for certain, I don't want the lady to forget me. She should remember me because she explained so much and I had to keep going to the car (to get my driving licence) and back and going to the bank (to get the money) and back, and going to the bank again (and back) to get the transfer fee, and I must have seemed so much like someone who had never done this before, and didn't know what to do!

I'm sure Catholics are very nice people, but still very strange to me, with the priests never having sex in their lives, and all their funny magic ideas about the bread and wine, and telling people never to use contraceptives, even though this country is so overcrowded and most people can't afford to live and have houses without both parents going to work unless they've got an inheritance like me.

No, of course I don't believe that God created people. I didn't grow up in some backward country! I was taught about science and evolution at school!! Did you go to one of those Christian schools instead? Even they have to teach science and evolution nowadays, I read.

Vincent does relgious knowledge at school, they think it important that children grow up knowing what some people believe, so they don't accidentally be offensive to them. It would, of course, still be considered rude to offer a Muslim a pig-product to eat, for example. Good manners are still taught in the schools. But it is just taught as 'things that some people believe' and never as anything that is true.

I would hate my children to be influenced by religion. It would be like going back thousands of years when people did not know any better.

My neighbour Debbie does not actually teach the foreign students, they go to the language school for that, she just treats them like they are her own daughters and sons and talks to them in English, and they are supposed to try hard to understand and reply. She does try hard herself though to make her English very simple, and she even puts lTrevorss on the furniture, like 'chair' and 'table' and 'wardrobe' so they can see it all the time, and learn the words.

Some of the students are away from home for the first time, and of course, in a lot of countries, like France, they are kept at home like children a lot longer than here, so they can find it quite difficult to manage this country and how people behave here, so Debbie can also be the counsellor for them, and help them very much, and wipe their tears, and allsorts. She is very good at French, and can speak a little bit of German and Spanish too, so, if it is needed, she can help them in their own language, though unless her students have real problems, she doesn't tell them she can speak other languages, and just speaks to them in English. I'm not sure I could do it, some of the teenage boys she had last year, they seemed like they were younger than Vincent in their behavour, and I would just want to tell them to Grow Up! and act like young men!

I do believe that children, and certainly teenagers, should be encouraged to be independent and capable and responsible, and to use their minds and work out for themselves how to act and be. Then they can adapt to anything and know that even if disasters happen, they are able to meet any challenge and make good of their lives.

I have written more than I intended to. I need to go back to the cooking. What sort of food do you eat in Iraq? I don't suppose you can find English ingredients there. Do you miss the pork? Do they allow you to drink alcohol there?

Fond kisses
Rose
PS May I call you Horney too?

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

When I read your first line of just a few line because you were cooking I
thought it was going to be very short, but found myself reading a real comprehensive letter. Horney I think you are a very versatile woman. You would have done well as a Jornalist, probably in the news writing aspect. I admire your knowledge and versatility.

We have just been too busy today visiting three locations and just back to
the hotel in Bagdhad not quite 30 minutes from the time of my writing.

It is good you will go back to the western union place within this week to
avoid some mixup from the lady. Though just as you said, you realy hard some
memorable time with her by going out of the office and coming back again several times and I think she will have a memory of that visit. Just tell her you misplaced the form and you will like to have one photo copy for your records and I think she will oblidge.

Yes horney you are quite correct. Catholics are very nice people
because of their ready acceptance of other people irrespective of thier believes or culture. I think they are the most socialable of all the christian fold.

I do not agree with you that the priest never have sex in their life. Of
course they do have sex but want to be seen as not having sex by other catholics may be to protect Priestlyhood and gain much respect from other catholics. My
frined Benard Doning had a lot of girlfriends he was sleeping with while he was a priest. He drinks and smokes as well. He socialises a lot and always a happy guy before he died. And I think there so many other cases of priests having sex. I think sex is so natural a thing that any living human being must must have a taste of, except of course for a male whoes sexual organs are not functioning, For anybody to be denied sex is the bigest enslavement of all times.

Yes, I personally condem their campaign of discouraging people from using
contraseptives because they are not blind to the over population world we are
in.

Yes, science and evolution have been thought in schools for some time now,
but yet there was the case of a sicentist who said that the more he was trying to prove that there was no God, the more convinced he was becomingthat there is God and that God not only created people, but created everything else in the world. But I think believing in God and his creating of people depends on indiviguals anyway.

I think it is good for Vincent to study a little religion in school to enable
him understand a little bit of what the immigrant think about them selfs and be much better equipt in furture if he has to be in anyother part of the world outside U.K. Good manners are still taught in the school realy but they are merely to teach children what other people believe and are just too far from any established truth.

Horney I think your neighbour Debbie, is more of a counsellor to the children
than what I was tinking she was doing. However, she often speaks to them
in English just to make them understand a little bit of English outside their
French, German or Spanish language is also educational. It is correct that
when children or teens leave their homes for other places it gets them better
positioned braise up with any difficulties they may find themself in future.

Baby how was todays work? I am sorry I am asking you this very much later
than was supposed to be. I hope you had a nice day today in your office.

Baby why not, we drink beer here though the Islamic teachings does not allow
for alcoholic consumption but I think it is another story telling again
because there is no single truth about that, many of the people here equally
drink beer but they are always keeping it out of the sight of Islamic
superior scholars. Right in the hotel here, we have people from America,
Germans and French nationals and there is quite a great mixing up of people
from different race and you know drinking does well in situations
like this. We have lots of food here but not Arabian foods lot of English
ingredients are here also.

Horney, I think I am not being able to express my love for you, but I
think when I am in Cumbria and if you will permit me, baby I will let
you know how much love I have for you.

Fond regards baby, why not call me horney Rose I love you.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Richard, my horney

I have just put the computer on with the intention of writing to you to ask if everything was alright. I had the computer on earlier in the evening, and I was worried because there was no letter from you. So I was glad that I saw your letter now.

I am very tired tonight because I have had quite a stressful day. The good thing, though, was that I had my new washing machine delivered this morning. The one I had was quite old and I thought it will happen that it fails soon, and does not work again, so I went to the shop and ordered a new one a few days ago, and today it arrived in good time, and an hour later came the plumber and fixed it in place. So now I don't have to worry about the old one being too old anymore. The children have to take the turn with doing the laundry, and they do walk off and totally forget about it, so it is good to have the very reliable new machine.

Tomorrow I have the carpet cleaners coming, so Pixie is having the dogs for the day, because the carpet cleaning formula is not good for dogs. It should be very dry by evening, though. The carpets get very much coloured by mud and just wet feet during the winter, so I like to have the professionals in to clean them in the Spring. I am just a little late this year because Cody was young, and I wanted him to grow a bit bigger first, so if there is anything left behind, he is bigger and stronger not to have the bad reaction to it.

Heather is moaning about the carpet cleaning because she thinks I will next become very fussy and tell everyone to take their shoes and boots off and clean their socks and to walk on the ceiling, or something like that. Well, maybe I will, but only for the one day.

I thank you for admiring my writing. I like words very much and always want to learn more and more about using them well. I read very much, and I think that helps.

I had better go to bed, I am so tired. I hope to go back to that place that does the Western Union on Friday, but if anything stops me, then I can certainly go on Saturday afternoon.

Goodnight horney.

Fond kisses
Rose

Richard wrote:
Qh Rose,
You are a sweet baby, so nice you got worried when you did not read my letter in the evening and later on you decided to put on your computer to ask whether anything was the matter and of course there was my letter. I have been checking my computer at intervals after the last mail which I said I will be glad to read from you again if it was possible and so good for me you were able to write again to me. Horney if you will permit when I come to Cumbria I will lick your body all over. Ro-se you are just great.

I think I like your idea of having to replace the old washing machine
before it fails becuase within the time of ordering a new one and the time of deliverying would have left much of the laundry undone if the old washing machine failed before it's replacement. The plumber man equally did a good job for coming so early to get the machine fixed. May be the shop from where you ordered the washing machine directed the plumber or do you have your customer plumber yourself. It will now be good enough for the children to take thier turn in the laundry with a more reliable machine even if they do walk off and totally forget about it.

It was good you took the decision of delaying the cleaning of the carpet because most of the formular used by this carpet cleaners have a very negative reaction to dogs and other pets such as cats. Do you like cat? Is Pixie going to go on a walk out with dogs or just have then in his apartment? Cody might not be fit now for distance walk out and I do know you are much aware of that. Probably he will just keep them with him and by evening time when it will be much better for cody, he will bring him back to your house.

You have to make it very clear to Heather why you may have to give thoes instructions of everybody having to take their shoes and boots off and clean their socks and to walk on the ceiling and all that stuf so that she may understand and may not be moaning after all for the carpet cleaning. And please baby do'nt become very fussy about it horney.

It is good to read books it makes one learn enough, but I dont have
such time myself apart from reading of news papers.

Horney please have a nice sleep and good dreams.. Baby please keep yourself relaxed and allow your beautiful body radiate enough when I shall be seeing you and I dont know how soon this will be depending on how soon consignment will departs London for Manchester which I am hoping will not take long again if you are able to visit the western union place and do as I have said. I still want to say that the earlier you go to the western union place the better that is why the Friday date you suggested would just be the best so
that by Saturday Jacob Harns will pickup the money andconsignment leave London on Monday and there after, I will be in Cumbria.

Fond regards my love Rose. with a gentle kiss for you as you are sleeping.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Good morning Horney

I don't have time to write much because the carpet cleaners are coming early. I am just back from walking the dogs and taking them to Pixie's house.

I don't know why you thought that Pixie and myself might live in apartments! Apartments are for people who cannot afford to buy houses! I can afford a proper house, thank you!! Both Pixie and myself live in two-storey houses, they are joined together but different inside.

Downstairs I have an L-shaped open plan area. There is the sitting area, the study area, the dining area, and the kitchen area. Upstairs are four bedrooms and the bathroom.

No, I would not allow Pixie to take my dogs for a walk. I trust him with them in his house, though, because he has the enclosed garden and also the porch, so, if the postman or delivery person knocks on the door, he can shut the dogs behind one door before opening the front door. He is very responsible about this.

No, I don't like cats. Well, I don't mind them as personalities, but I don't like the keeping of cats. They go to the toilet in other people's gardens and they catch and torture birds.

Megan has reminded me this morning that I promised to buy her a laptop this weekend. I had honestly forgotten all about it. I am going to the dog training club on Saturday morning, so if I am going to buy the laptop in the afternoon, I will have to go shopping for the groceries tomorrow morning. So I won't be able to go back to the shop with the Western Union until next week. I really suggest that Mr Harns just takes along his birth certificate and do what they said, give his name and show his birth certificate. It will be on the computer, very easy. There is no way he can have any mistakes, I wrote the name correctly, and his birth certificate is of course without mistake. It is silly him not doing this.

There is a plumber who lives in the next road, so I use him to do the plumbing work, he is a nice man, very chatty and likes dogs.

I had better stop, I need to move the computer desk off the carpet. The kitchen area looks very funny at the moment, because much furniture is piled up there.

Fond kisses
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
Thank you for being so kind to reply my letter this morning not minding
the very busy schedule you have today.

I am sorry I did not know the setting of your house and
that of Pixie, As for yourself I know you have your house, but I was
only refering to Pixie when I talked about his apartment. Why not,
I know my horney can afford a proper house for herself. But for Pixie
I did not know much of his own place. I think Pixie has a lovely
house for himself too.
From the setting of Pixies house I think he can keep the dogs in his
house with him for today.

So many people dont like cats for as many reasons as possible I do
not like keeping cats, but I do love watching them in thier own
setting.

Yes you have to buy Megan her laptop as you promised her and definetely it has
to be in the afternoon on Saturday because of the dog training club
in morning of that same Saturday. Your groceries shoping is tomorrow
morning and definetely you cant go to the western union place till
next week. Horney there is no problems what so ever, we will have to
wait till next week. I contacted Jacob Harns since last week and
he told me that he had such experience some time ago after the
presentation of the Birth certificate and writing out all that he was
asked to do, finaly he was to provide mtcn which he never had as at
that moment and he had to return back again with the mtcn.

Please have a splendid day out there and above all horney remember not
to work yourself too hard. Nice you have a plumber that does your plumbing
work for you.

Fond kisses horney.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard,

This is quick because I've now got the PC jammed up against the worktop in the kitchen, and carpet cleaners everywhere, but I feel a bit worried about what you wrote about Mr Harns and that he had trouble when presenting his birth certificate before. There should never ever be any trouble with birth certificates unless it is not a British one.

Is Mr Harns an immigrant? Now I think about it, of course Harns is not an English surname at all. If he is an immigrant, he must take along his passport instead. That will be fine.

Can't stop, I am standing up and leaning over typing this, it is most uncomfortable!

Fond kisses Horney
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

I am just back from the sit, Jocob Harns is a none immgrant worker, the fact remains
what I told you.

Just do your best horney and let me receive the mtcn and that is just all. You will
be surprised what I have been saying.

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
I am telling you every thing that is obtainable,
there is no way Jacob Harns will pick up the funds
without the mtcn.
I am drinking and I have no time to tell you more. MTCN is needed
at all times.
Regards horney.
I love you rose.
Richiee

Amanda Rose wrote:
Richard, this is not true. Not in England. You can check it online. I've just found this myself and still have the webpage open. Go to this page:

http://www.westernunion.co.uk/WUCOMWEB/staticMid.do?method=load&pagename=faqSecurity

and you will see.

Rose

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8. Still waiting for that MTCN....

Richard wrote:
Hello Baby,
I have just read your mail. I have not probed into Harns nationality
because I am a social worker under the United Nations. We do not
do anything racial. Harns has been my personal assitant for quite
a long time now and we have been geting on fine. He is a United Nations personnel but was assigned to work with me.

I dont know actually if it is going to cost you anything sending
the mtcn to me. You have paid the money to western union and the
money has not been picked up, of what use is your paying the money
then. Look baby I am very sorry and by all means i do not want to
make you fussy but then you should understand. I said the money you
paid can only be picked up with the mtcn and you have been able to
tell me that you destroyed the form containing the mtcn. Go to the
western union place and do what I told you and all will be ok.

I love you and I really me so. Horney please do that and all will be
ok. Now if Harns is an immignrate worker do I need to remind him of that.
We in the united nations are not racial and I will not go as much
wanting to know if he is an immigrant or non immigrant ok. Horney I
want to appologiese for all the stress you are going through in this.
horney but I just mean want I am telling you

Rose my love, do this and it will be ok and I will come to Cumbria
to see my baby. I will lick up your pussy and give you the best I have
Horney I love you.

I tell you it is not criminal to send mtcn for the money you send
to anyone provided the receiver picks up the fund.
Mtcn is only restricted because of impropriety but in this case you
are sending it to me and no other person.

I am not happy baby that you were leaning on the wall to write this
mail. I sincerely appologise for all the stress you are going through.
From all indication, we may have an additional one month to spend
here in Iraq and I dont want to do all that so. Please Amanda, make
it good for me by going to the western union place and do as I told
you to save me from all this bull shit.

Rose I am going to suck you pussy when I come I love you horney.

My regards to Vincent, Heather, Megan and Pixie. Tell everybody I love
them. What about Iain and Suzy? hope they are doing fine.

Baby, by Monday you should be able to resolve this.
Fond regards Rose and lot of kisses for you baby I love you
Richee

Amanda Rose wrote:
Richard, I am writing this at work, so it has to be quick.

I am beginning to think you are playing some sort of game with me. Is this Mr Harns fake too?

An immigrant worker has:

1) A very distinctive foreign accent. Every single English person can tell by the accent who was born here and who was not. Nobody who was not born here can learn an English accent, it is impossible!

2) A radically different National Insurance Number.

It is NOT racist (and you know it) to talk about where someone was born, or how long they have lived in England. It is the very normal conversation.

But if you have the bad hang-up about this, then either:

a) Say to him, 'Jacob, take both your birth certificate or your passport to the Western Union.' And then he'll be fine, whether he is immigrant or native.

or:

b) Give me his email address and I'll write and ask him. It is NORMAL CONVERSATION, talked about all the time. People are usually PROUD of where they were born. I have no problem making that conversation.

Amanda

Amanda Rose wrote:
And still you are saying

--- I said the money you
paid can only be picked up with the mtcn ----

I have sent you the leaflet. I have sent you the link to the website. And still you think that Western Union are wrong and you are right. You ARE just playing some sort of game, aren't you?

Is there some reason you want me to get accustomed to breaking laws? Is that box of money (which is not addressed to me) stolen? Is that why you don't want me to take it straight to the police? Is that why there are so many fake people involved in this?

There is something very strange going on here.

Maybe I just don't want to be involved anymore. I don't want to receive stolen money.

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,

Ok Babay, I will tell Jacob Harns to go and pickup the money if it is possible he
will do that.
Horney nobody is playing any game as you think, Mr. Harns will be going to the
western union to pick it up and if he is able to do that, I will let you know.
Horney do not be fussy about it. I love you and I will do all I can to make sure
all is done.
Now the information I gave you to pay the money did you do it as I wrote it out
to you. Please confirm this

Receivers Name Jacob Harns
Address London U.K
Text Question I love Amanda
Text Answer Megan.

Do please confirm to me if this was exactly how you paid in the money.
Horney, I do not have any reason what so ever to want you breaking the laws and
yes baby you are hornest in every way so I will make sure this consignment gets
to you and like you said if you do not want to claim it I will be there when you
turn it over to the police.

Rose, please baby do not be angry I will make sure every thing is sorted out.
There are no fake people in this transaction by the end you will get to understand.

Horney, I love you. Was the carpet cleaned today?
Fond regards
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard,

I'm only just this minute home from work (Megan already had the computer switched on!) and haven't even had a shower yet, but I just wanted to say that test question and answers are not filled in with England to England Western Union transfers, there's a note on that space on the form saying Do Not Fill In (or words like that).

You don't put the city on England to England transfers, either, because it can be collected anywhere. You just fill in the country: UK.

I had my carpet cleaned yesterday, I thought I told you.

I'm going to have a shower now.

Amanda Rose

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I haven't received any mails from you for a couple of days and now I'm not sure what to do. Has Mr Harns collected the money I sent? Or do I need to go back to the Western Union place tomorrow and see if I can get the money back?

I've really only got tomorrow morning to do it, because I'm working extra hours next week.

I hope you are Ok. I've had a most pleasant weekend, yesterday I went to dog training which was very interesting and enjoyable, and then in the afternoon I bought Megan her own laptop, and Iain visited in the evening to help her set it up. This morning I went and bought lots of barbeque meat, and instead of a Sunday lunch, we ate that this evening, I didn't actually barbeque it, because the weather wasn't good enough, but I cooked it in the oven and under the grill and in a frying pan, and we had lots of salads and Pixie joined us and brought a variety of beer, so it was all very nice.

I'm going to bed now, I'm tired and it is after midnight.

Let me know about the money.

Goodnight horney
Amanda Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
I Have been too busy since Friday with little or no time for myself and as
a result I could not write you.

I am less busy now I have just received email from Jacob Harns saying that
he filled out the form he was issued to pickup the money whith Amanda R. Morrison as the sender and Jacob Harns as the receiver but there was no match found for the transfer. After insisting that the money was sent, he was aked to
fill in the place from where the money was sent and still there was no match
found and he was then asked to fill in the MTCN which he has not.

I am happy that everything is ok there and that Iain came visitng and
more so Megan has her laptop now Nice also Pixie was at home with lots
of beer. I figure it out here that you had a splendid weekend.

I do not know right now if you can still make the trip to the western union
place today? but if you can, tell the Lady what I said before so that
she can give you the form again. I am willing to see that this consignment
gets to you and after which if you do not want to claim it turn it to the
police in my presence.
There is no part of the world when somebody after sending money via western
union can not give out the mtcn to the receiver. I know too well that it
has to be handled with all carefulness to make sure that only the receiver
sees the mtcn apart from the sender.

Horney I love you and I dont think anything will remove the love I have for
you.

Fond regards for now and happy kisses for Rose.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I've seen the Western Union Receive Money forms. The lady in Thomson's showed them to me. THERE IS NO SPACE ON THEM TO FILL IN WHERE THE TRANSFER WAS SENT FROM! So how did Mr Harns manage to fill in something that wasn't there?

I haven't understood why you are telling me all this rubbish. I proved to you over and over again, even with a webpage link to Western Union UK's own site, that an MTCN is not needed for England to England transfers.

I've had enough of it. It's all too peculiar and suspicious. It's just one untruth after another, starting with that Mr Oliver and his fake address. (You said, oh, he used to have a flat above that bank. Richard, you know as well as I do that there are not flats above banks!) And now all this stuff about the MTCN, I think I've worked out what's happening.

I've discovered that you DO need an MTCN to collect England-to-England transfers in other countries! In fact, even though I've put 'Send to UK' on the form, it can be picked up ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD with the MTCN. I said that Harns wasn't an English surname, didn't I? I suspect he is not in England at all, and that is why he can't pick up the money. I don't know whether Mr Harns is the only crook, or its him and Mr Oliver who are thieves together, or whether you are in on this too. But it's all weird.

If I can get the money back from Western Union without the MTCN, I will.

You can keep the consignment, It never was mine, and I don't want to be involved any longer in all this muddle and deceit and peculiar happenings.

Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
I think I most say I have done everything to get you convinced that Jacob Harns
cannot pick up the money without the mtcn and you sill dont understand.

When they could not find match for the money you sent, they demanded to know from
where the money was sent from which he wrote. And your claim that Mr Harns is not
in UK is equally wrong because there is now way any money sent to somebody in U.K
can be picked up in anyother place except in UK.with or without mtcn So horney I begin to wonder the kind of western union outlet you where in. It is even my believe that the lady in this case did not transfer the money herself only wanting to get everything mixedup.

Now to ascertain the position of the transfer, visit www.westernunion.co.uk and
check transfer status. Type in the senders name, the receivers name Jacob Harns
amount sent and click onit and you will get to know the transfer status.

You do not need to get back the money from western union, just go to the lady tell
her that you need the payment form of the transfer you made because you misplaced
your own copy and that you want to keep it for record purpose and she will for
sure give it to you containing the mtcn and you send it to me via my email and
I will send it to Jacob and he will pickup the money. Now I know for sure you do
not trust Mr Oliver any more. Mr Harns has the money, I join him in London
I do the delivery myself. Horney, you must receive the consignment. I dont care what you may decide to do with it after you have received it, but for sure you are going to receive it.

Baby, there is nothing muddled nor deceitful here. I think the western union lady
misslead you in all this. Horney please dont be frostrated about it. I give you
my word you must receive this consignment. I was very happy when you said at the
very instance that it may not belong to you but because of the old family name on
it you will find out the owner but if not, you will turn it over to the police which
is an inteligent thing to do and I oblidged to be there when you want to give it to
the police.

Baby, I am not happy in anyway how things are going. Even here in Iraq I am no
longer interested in anything. Even eating food has become uninteresting to amidts
all this. Baby please do it. Just visit the western union lady and pickup the form.

Rose, remeber I love and desire in my heart to see you irrespective of this.

Fond regards horney.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I've tried to do what you said, but it won't work without the MTCN, see the attached screenshot.

I'm leaving off work now and going home, I'll write to you later.

Fond regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hell Horney,
You see what I told you? It cannot work without the mtcn and that
is exactly how it will appear in their computer in any part of uk.

Baby do not be in haste, just take your time and go and meet that
Lady tell her to give you the form for you to keep with your records.
If you wish, do not tell her you are sending the mtcn so that she
will not hessitate to give it to you.

You see from what you tried to do, you can never get a result because
the mtcn is not there. The same way, if you go to the receiving end,
after you have filled out the form without the mtcn it will show
no match found, and therefore no monney will be given out to the
receiver.

My beloved Rose, please do it for me just do your best and visit
the western union place and ask the lady to give you a copy of the
form and it will be ok.

Jacob Harns is living in London and cannot pick up money that has
been transfered from within uk to uk anywhere else.

Tell me something about Vincent when next you write and what about
Megan, is she using her laptop already.

My babay I do hope for sure I will meet you this week and how lovely
it will be.
While looking forward to reading again from you today.
Please remain calm and get yourself relaxed.
I love you Rose.

Fond regards with lot of kisses.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Richard, you are STILL arguing with me.

That tracking thing on the Western union website is for ANYONE in the WHOLE WORLD to use! So of course it needs the MTCN. If Mr Harns was in bloody FRANCE he would need the MTCN.

BUT IN LONDON HE DOES NOT.

I've had enough of all this.

And that is that.

Richard wrote:
Horney,

But the information you entered is uk to uk
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
What are you talking about? The tracking site? I didn't enter ANY to or from on that.

Just stop arguing will you. Forget the whole thing.

I've got better things to do with my life than try and get simple things into your head.

Amanda

Richard wrote:
Horney,
Yes you did not enter any to or from but you could see that when
you entered you first and second names it could not give you result
because no mtcn was entered.
I am not trying to argue with you, I was only trying to make you see
reason why Harns needs the mtcn.

Baby, let us forget about all this arguement and think of how to get
things done. I want you to suggest something to be done.
We can get things done instead of all this arguement. I do not know
how to argue with a woman I love I was only trying to make you see
reasons.

Fond regards.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
You are arguing, Richard. The site said I had to enter a MTCN for tracking, even before I entered my name. It's a rule of the website, that's all. But I really can't be bothered to go back and take another screenshot of what it looks like before you enter anything at all. You believe nothing that Western Union says, anyway.

Megan has had the idea that she can empty out the shredder and pick out all the pieces of shredded paper that look like they are the Western Union form and then put them together so we can see the MTCN. I'm not sure, though, I'm not very good at puzzles like that. She said if she scanned them at school and then emailed them to Iain, he'd do it, because he likes puzzles, then I could go and get the money back from Western union.

I don't know, though, it's her final exam tomorrow, and really she should be spending her free time before it revising, not scanning and emailing!

Though I don't want Western union to keep my money, no reason why they should profit, so I might let her.

I need to go and see to cooking now.

Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

I do not think leting Megan to go through the rigours of having to empty shredder and start
picking out shredded papers is the best idea. Why not take a trip to the western union
place and ask them to give you the form. They will surly give it to you horney.

Now you say if Megan is able to pick out the form, you will go to the western union to collect your money instead of just sending me the mtcn and that is all.

Horney I know I must get this consignment delivered but I dont just know how and when as
far as this western union thing continues to drag.

Baby I know too well that I am going to meet you in Cumbria with the consignment and conlcude this with you.

Fond regards.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose
again.

Horney, I am pleading, ignore all odds and let me have the mtcn.
Dont kill my dream of having nice time with you.
Baby, please.
Fond regards
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
I really don't understand. WHY does Mr Harns keep insisting that he needs the MTCN when Western Union says he does not? Are you sure he is in London? If he was in France or Germany or something, I could understand it, but not if he is in London.

Pixie doesn't think that the Western Union place will give me another copy of the form, that's why Megan thought of putting together the shredded pieces.

I really don't need all this hassle in my life, I never realised that Mr Harns would make so much fuss about it.

Amanda

Richard wrote:
Baby,

Lovely you mentioned Pixie, how is he doing? probably both of you talked over some drinks
tonight. My regards to him

Horney I dont think there is any risk in trying to get to the western union place. That lady
will not deny knowing you she will give it to you after all you are both women. Women are
often nice to themselfs.

Horney please dont give Megan that enormous job of having to pick pieces of papers in the
shredder.

Harns is in London. If he is in France, Germany or Italy, there is no way he can pickup
funds sent within uk to uk even with the so called mtcn. Mtcn issued in transfers in uk can
only be used to pickup funds within uk and not valid outside uk.

Rose, I want to lick your body baby, I just love you.

I wish I can dream of you in my sleep tonight and there cought up with making love to
you.

A blown out kiss for my prety baby.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
No, I just saw Pixie when I got home from work, Vincent was at his house, doing his homework.

I'm sure we could get something sorted out if only you'd stop arguing and talking rubbish. You said:

---- Mtcn issued in transfers in uk can
only be used to pickup funds within uk and not valid outside uk. ----

And I KNOW that is not true. I've been reading lots and lots of Western Union stuff. I'll send you some tomorrow, if you want. Though you don't believe them, do you? You only believe what you are telling yourself.

Try reading this carefully: It is BECAUSE an MTCN means that the money can be picked up ANYWHERE, that is WHY Western Union say that if you're doing an England to England transfer you must NOT give out your MTCN. As long as you don't give it out, the money can only be picked up in England. But if you give it out, it could be picked up anywhere in the entire world.

That is WHY there's so much security over it nowadays, and why I had to sign all those security forms.

Apparently (I read this online, I didn't watch the programme) there was a programme on TV last month about how the government wanted to totally restrict money transfer places, because they still don't believe the security on this is strict enough.

I don't see why it matters so much to you whether Megan finds the shredded pieces of form and emails them to Iain to put together, whether she does or she doesn't, of course I'm still going back to Kendal. It'd just be easier if I already HAD the MTCN, rather than having to argue why the lady in the shop should give it to me. I can't be sure of seeing the same lady, really, it might be her day off.

I'm going to bed soon. I've taken the dogs out now for their last toilet, and I'm just having a drink of orange juice, then I'm going to bed.

Amanda

Richard wrote:
O.k Horney,

Not that I dont believe what is said about western union, I do not have my personal openion of what is obtainable in the western union but I was only feeling what I was saying is
correct.

However, I still think I make it clear to you that Mr. Jacob Harns is from East Midland and
precisely Liecester. ok.

Horney I still think I owe you lot of apology for making you feel I was arguing with you. I had only wanted you to send the mtcn if that was the only thing that was holding back my
coming to Cumbria as Harns has insisted on having it.

I quite agree with you also that if Megan can find the form from the shredder it is better
so that even when you get to Kendal. you may not need much to get the lady to knowing you.as you are already armed with the information you needed. And just like you
said, it is possible the lady will not be in the office for what ever reasons and there is
some one else.

I think you are quite correct, but then what do you think we should do.. Please baby
come up with some solution to this.

Have a very sound sleep horney.

Fond regards.

Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I wonder if that is Mr Harns' problem, living in Leicester. They speak about 70 different languages there, don't they? I expect communication can be difficult at times, and misunderstandings can occur. He might do better if he travelled down to Coventry, or even Birmingham, I would think. He's much more likely to find an English-speaking Western Union place there.

I do think you are strange, not believing what Western union themselves say. They should know, seeing they make the rules and regulations and they are the ones who introduce the latest security things. Of course they know more about themselves than any one else!

If I get the MTCN from Thomson's, I'm concerned about giving it out, because I signed one of their forms to say I wouldn't. They've got government rule sections all over them, so they are official and legally binding, I should think, and I don't want to get into trouble. I don't really know what to do. I can't risk it being found out that I did this, you know what this government's like on fraud and deceit and rule-breaking. They want to make an example of you, an example of what they do to people who break rules, so other people can see and be afraid.

I'll see what they say at Thomson's. I can't go until Thursday, at the earliest, because I'm working extra hours this week (I start at 10 o'clock this morning). In the meantime, Mr Harns ought to find an English-speaking place to go to. Like I say, Coventry or definitely Birmingham should have one.

Regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Baby,

I am not in any way opposed to your views in this regards at this moment. I quite
think you are very correct from my point of perspective.

However, I think giving out mtcn could be against the rule if the money does not
get to the intended receipient. So horney if you are able to send me the mtcn and
Harns gets the funds and consignment delivered there will be no problems.

It will be problem if you give out your mtcn and the intended receipient does not
get the funds sent that is where they could be problems because it will be then and
only then you could be questioned of giving out the mtcn. Please if I do not make
a point here, dont be angry with me I am only trying to figure out things. Ok horney.

Please baby try and make it to the western union place by thursday and see if you
will get the form. Baby, I will be the last person to see you break the law. I quite
understand that western union as a business entity they make their own laws to
quanrantee their cooperate existence and such laws are often surpported by the
Government and there is no way you can challenge thier laws. However, baby, anything
that can be done to see that Mr Harns picksup this fund will be ok for us.

I am a little bit upset because of this, and I am beggining to think I needed more
rest from this transaction. However, I will wait to see what happens by thursday.
How is Pixie, Megan, Vincent, Heather and Firefly. Cherry and Cody.

Horney, have a good time out there today.
Fond regards.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Yes, I think you are right, it would only be if Mr Harns found the money to be missing that anything about me revealing the MTCN would be reported to Western Union. But if he collects it as he should, nobody will be reporting me for anything, will they? So Western Union will never know.

I think you'd better give me Mr Harns' email address though, so I can send it straight to him.

I am working from 10 o'clock in the morning tomorrow and the next day, so it will be Friday before I have the morning free and can go back to Kendal. But if the lady there gives it to me alright, then I could send it to Mr Harns by the afternoon, and he can get the money before the weekend.

I'm tired tonight so I'm going to bed very soon. Megan finished her last exam and her last day of compulsory school today, so I said we could celebrate with whatever meal she choose. She choose seafood pizzas, so I made some earlier this evening and we've all been eating those and drinking some draughtflow beer. Pixie called in for one beer, but couldn't stop because he was meeting some friends in the pub.

Everyone is fine. It has been nice weather today, it was lovely out with the dogs first thing this morning.

Hope all is good with you, too.

Fond regards
Amanda Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,

You quite understand it. As far as Jacob Harns picks up the money, nobody will hear further story about the money that was transfered by you. Horney I am happy you understand it like that.

Baby I am sorry that I have not been able to reply you until now. Could you believe that we had to travel to Iran yesterday because of the electionary protest that saw several hundreds of people dead about five days ago. Thank God we are back to Iraq and I am a little bit relaxed now. Horney I have just gotten myself three bottles
of henekins beer right now and I am very much refreshed. Horney, I was the more relaxed reading your mail. Baby, I know I am going to suck all your God given pussy for you one day. Baby I love you.

That is ok. If you are able to go to Kendal on Friday that is good. I know the lady will give you the form. Just tell her you misplaced the one you where given and that you need it for your records and I know she will give it to you. She may ask to know
if the receiver has received the money. Tell her you do not know yet because you have not heard from Jacob Harns and you do hope to contact him later that same day to confirm from him. Tell her strongly that you need the form again. You can reach
jacob Harns via his email address xxxxxx@gmail.com You can send him the detailed information and just please let me know after you have done that.

Congratulations to Megan. Horney I also congratulate for Megan finishing her last exam and her last day of compulsory school yesterday. I give Megan three happy cheers
for her graduation. Thank you horney for celebrating it with her also with her choice of food and I promise to bring Megan a gift when coming to Cumbria. Nice Pixie was
around to celebrate also. I love Pixie too. Can you tell him that? or you will want me to do that when I come.

Good the wehther out there was nice. Did you take cody and cherry out together? what about Firefly? is Heather still having the love she hard for Firefly at the very firts time? What about my big boy 'Vinny' that is Vincent as a friend of mine with same name is fondly called by our parls.

I am doing fine horney. I am only sick of wanting to meet with you and other members of the family. Baby, it may seem a little thing to you but horney I am whole heartedly in love with all you guys there in Cumbria and there is no moment that goes by
without my thought of Rose and all that good guys out there. How about Pamella the secretary. Debbie your neighbour is she doing fine.

Horney, I love you.

Fond regards with kisses for my love Rose
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Hornney,

How are you doing? hope you are ok. I am in need of reading from you horney.

Please give me a few lines if you can. I know you should be at work now.

Fond regards Rose,

Richard


Richard wrote:
Hello Babay,

Hope there is not problems. I want to read from you horney.

Fond regards.

Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard horney

Yes, I'm fine. It has just been so busy these last few days. I've been getting up very early so I can take the dogs out before breakfast, and then I've been going to work for 10 o'clock, and it has been quite mad because Barry (that's one of the bosses) has discovered some irregularities and missing moneys in the running of the business of one of our clients, and so he is not sure we can help them anymore unless it is put right, and he's trying to sort that out with them, and that's one of the reasons I needed to do the extra hours.

Today I have not been in the office, I've been out on the road and to Lancaster to keep an appointment that should have been for Barry, but he was busy with this other client. It was nice to get out and go driving, really, because it has been too hot in the office, we don't have the air conditioning, just some free standing fans, but there wasn't the breeze from the windows, so really they are just moving the hot air around.

Anyway, that is the extra hours all done, so it is back to normal tomorrow. I'm going to Kendal in the morning and ask for the MTCN. If I am able to make the free time, I will email it to Mr Harns during the afternoon, so he can go and collect the money before the closing time.

Pixie has been here this early evening, he is very excited because an old friend of his who has a vacation home in Florida, United States, has invited him to go and stay for a month or more. Pixie wants to go as soon as possible so he can have all July out there, so he came to check I would manage with the work and children without him to help. I said Go as soon as you like, because Megan is off school now and does not do any extra hotel work until August, so she will be here for the younger ones. Megan said that was fine, because she wants Pixie to go and have the nice holiday, he is a good man and deserves some fun. So Pixie is gone home now to make some plans and look for the flight information. Vincent will miss him very much, I think.

I need to go and water my lettuces now. I'd like to say I'll write some more later, but I fear I will be too tired after we have eaten tonight. But the weekend is coming and then I'll have much more time to write to you.

Fond kisses
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,

Oh baby just too sweet hearing from you. The few moment I did not read from you was just like a full month. Yes I remember in one of your letters where you said you were going to have much hours this week. Horney, please just take care of yourself and do not let it be work and work. I love your industriousness anyway.

Why don't you have airconditioners in your office. Fans can be there but with a hot
situation it can only take airconditioner to cool an office room. Horney you are
real woman. After all this office job you still go home and do the house work too.

I hope you do go to Kendal by tomorrow so that things will take shape and I will be
in Cumbria to see my beautiful Rose. A blown out kiss for you horney.

Oh, Pixie is going for a visit, that is great I know he will have a nice time. Though I will want to meet him when I am in Cumbria. Pixie must be a very good man. He wanting to know how you will cope with work and the children in his abscence. Thank goodness Megan will be available this time. Oh yes Pixie deserves some fun in USA.

Please water the lettuces very well to avoid keeping them brown instead of green.
Rose my horney I am madly in love with you and every moment I want to be reading from you.

We had a gathering today of United Nations Social workers in Iraq, Iran and Kuwait. There was much to eat and drink. I did not drink any beer during the meeting, instead I had some fruit juice and vegetable salad..

Well horney, if you are able to write again please do just that for me, but if not,
you then have a nice rest tonight with sweet dreams and endeavour to write me tomorrow as soon as you send the mtcn to Jacob Harns.

Fond regards Rose with lots of kisses
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Babay,

How are you today? Horney I just drop you this line to know if you have contacted Jacob Harns.

Fond regards sweet Rose
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

How was the day. Hope you are not putting in extra hours today? When will you leave
work today.

I have been expecting your email since afternoon as regards your trip to
the western union place. Any luck out there.

We are having the whole of today off and having fun here.

Rose baby, you mean so much to me and I want to always talk to you. Hope
Megan is at home. When exactly is Pixie making the trip to USA?
Horney, I am right by my computer now waiting to read from you.

Fond regards and please return a blown kiss to me baby.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I'm only just home. I wasn't able to email from work this afternoon because I was not even in my own office, but another one. And then I left off work to find Iain outside, he wanted me to go to his apartment for a meal, to save me doing the cooking at home, so I just went and collected Megan and Vincent (Heather had gone straight to ride Firefly and wasn't there) and we went to Iain and Suzy's where they had prepared lots of salads and cold meats and things, so that was very nice of them. I've come home now because the dogs have not been fed yet, I need to go and do that, I just wanted to write to you first.

They wouldn't give me the MTCN. Despite the fact I had my passport and could tell all information. The lady I saw before wasn't there, it was a man today, and he said it wasn't allowed because I could have just taken my twin sister's passport and be trying to get her MTCN of the money she'd sent to her boyfriend, who I didn't like. I said that was rubbish because I don't have a twin sister, never mind her boyfriend, and anyway, what was I go doing to do with an MTCN in England? He said I could send it to my criminal friend in France, and the criminal friend could then collect the money and run away with it. I kept arguing that there was no twin sister and no boyfriend of hers, because she didn't exist, and I didn't have a criminal friend in France to steal my non-existent sister's non-existent boyfriend's money, but he still said well it could be done like that, and that is why they don't give out MTCNs and if what I was saying was true, I'd just have to get the form back out of the rubbish in the shredder and piece it back together again. Then he started asking what did I need it for anyway, what was I intending to do with it, so I had to say, well, get my money back (because I couldn't tell him I was going to send it to Mr Harns), so he made a note that I'd said that, so I hope that doesn't get recorded anywhere.

So that was all very frustrating, and has got us no further forward. So what do I do now? I don't have much confidence now in getting the pieces back out of the shredder because I've shredded a whole lot else since then, it wasn't like it was before when there were only a couple of things in there. But I don't see how I've got a choice. It's a lot of money just to give away to that Western Union place.

Anyway, I'd better get on and feed the dogs.

Blowing you many fond kisses
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
I have just seen your letter now and I am just too sad with this development.
The man is just too unfair. Even though you showed him your passport and
all the information he was still arguing with you.
Well, you have to try and look into the shredder if by any luck you will
get parts of the form. But I wonder how that is going to be possible.

Just take your time and do that. However, I am with the openion that if the
woman you met before was on duty, she would have been able to let you have
it. Look carefully into the shredder by luck you may see it.

Nice you were in Iains place yesterday. Horney I am just too sad about
this and I dont know what to say for now.

We are at a camp location right now and there is no much time for me to
write. Rose I love you horney. Please endeavour to get back to me after
you have searched through the shredded papers.

Fond regards Rose and a blown out kiss for you horney.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Horney

I was very cross with that man at Thomson's yesterday, but I have calmed down a bit now, and I do see what he means. I still think he could have done it, but he's obviously just a Jobsworth. I hate it when they're Jobsworths.

Still, all is not lost, because Megan says she'll still search the shredder, even though its quite full now. There isn't a time limit on these Western Union Money Transfers, is there? You know, if they are not collected within a certain time, you can't get it any more? Do you know what is really silly - I selected '10 minute collection' on it, which meant it could have been collected in 10 minutes. A long old 10 minutes this has turned out to be!

I went to dog training with Cody this morning and I got talking with a lady who has a crossbreed dog about the same age as him, and she lives not too far away from me so we've decided to meet up sometimes and do some training practice, together, it will be good for the dogs and fun for us. It's nice too to meet someone new like that, since I've been divorced, I haven't really gone out much and met many people. I like the people I work with, and we do sometimes have a drink together, and of course I'm very good friends with Pixie, and there's another neighbour called Debbie who I know well enough to have the occasional coffee with, but that's it. Apart from Pixie, they're just acquaintances really, and Pixie has other friends too, so I can't impose upon him too much. So it is good to meet someone else, and another woman, too, to do something with.

I haven't really been doing much this afternoon, just pottering around and doing a bit of cleaning and tidying. It is a little bit cooler than it has been, but still quite hot, apparently it is going to get hotter by Monday, especially in London, I read on the News. It is a bit annoying that it is hotter than usual at this time of year, because I do like to go walking before the schools break up, really, but it's too hot for the dogs to come along at the moment. Maybe July will cool down a bit, I don't know.

Pixie says he'll do us a barbeque tomorrow. He's going to stay with his friend in the States from the end of next week, so I'll miss him. He says the weather is being hot just to get him used to it before he goes to Florida. Megan has told him to bring a nice American boyfriend back (for himself, not her!), which wasn't really very tactful, but he took it in good part and said, 'you never know'. So now Megan and I have been wondering whether this 'friend' he is going to stay with is actually more than a friend, if you know what I mean. I hope so. I want him to have someone.

Well, I'd better get on with things. I'm cooking some chicken to make risotto with. Risotto and salad should be fine for the hot weather, I'm making it with basmati rice, not proper Italian risotto rice, though, no way am I going to stand there over a hot stove stirring Italian rice for half an hour. Basmati I can just put to boil and then walk away and leave it!

Blown kisses
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
Baby I am very sorry I could not read my emails after I sent you mail last
saturday. My lapy has been trouble shooting and I could not access my email.
I am emailing right now from a friends laptop and I think he can let me
make use of his anytime I wish.

Immediately I read what you went through in the Western Union Place, I knew
the man you talked to, must be a Jobsworth. He was only wanting to be
un-cooperting with you because he knows he cannot work outside certain limits.
I even hate it myself when they are jobsworth because you certainly cannot get
their full cooperation. In anycase, there is no time limit as to collecting
money from the western union money office if the money is sent and the
receiver has not picked up the money, it will still be there So what I advice
you to do baby, if Megan can still find it in the shredder you can send the mtcn to jacob Harns. But if Megan does not get it, you find time and
go back to the western union place, and it is possible you can still meet
that lady just tell her you want the form for record purposeses as you have not gotten confirmation from the receiver that the money has been collected and I think she will give it to you.

Horney I think you are quite lucky to have come across that lady with crossbreed dogs about same age with cody. Splendid you will be meeting from time to time for some training practice togther. You will get to learn much from each other. It is good that you have someone new like that to talk to and
I really agree that it will be nice for the dogs and fun for you both. Pixie
is a very nice man and I do agree that he will have lots of other friends and
for sure you cannot impose upon him at all times. You still need friends
to talk with and share ideas with.

Horney I am very sad over the continued delay in my trip to Cumbria. With
out this consignment departing, I do not have an excuse to leave Iraq for
Cumbria that is just why I want to see that everything possible is done for
the consignment to leave London so that I will join my horney Rose.

Rose, I love you and I am going to give you reall sucking when I come.
I will lick up your pussy and make you feel good. Horney I kiss you right
baby. Rose you are just so beautiful and I am really infatuated by all
about you.

How was the barbeque yesterday, was Pixie able to do that for you? Yes Megan
knows exactly what Pixie needs and since the formal boyfriend died, he needs
someone else to keep him happy. Pixie himself probably knows that too for
sure. Oy yes I feel also that this friend Pixie is going to see in Florida
could be actually more than a friend and I think it is good for him too for
sure horney I know what you mean and I think Pixie deserves it.

That is just why most people do not want Italian risotto rice because of the
extra attention you have to give to it. Risotto and salad with basmatic rice
will be quite ideal with for the hot weather you have out there. Horney,
I want to have a taste of your meal because from all indication you could be
a very nice cook.

Baby Rose you are just too sweet and beautiful that each time I down load
your pic, I will just be there looking at you. One day, I know I am going
to be there in Cumbria.
When is Megan going to start the search for the form. Please horney keep
me informed of how she has gone about it.

Rose my horney, you are sweet baby.
Fond regards Rose and kisses for you baby.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Horney

Megan took the shredder to a friend's house this afternoon, and together they sorted through the pieces of paper and then attached the friend's scanner to her laptop, and they've scanned the Western Union Transfer Form ones and emailed them to me (Megan herself isn't home yet). Goodness knows how many pieces there are though, thirty-something I think, and I haven't got a printer, so I don't know what Megan thinks I'm going to do with all of them, she would have been better to just put them into a folder and bring them home, but I suppose she thought I'd get them quicker this way.

Anyway, it is hotter than ever today, there's been warnings issued about elderly people and pregnant women staying indoors in the shade. I need to go and water the garden, but I'll try and write a bit more later if I have time.

Fond kisses
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
I have just hard my computer put in order now and have just seen your mail. Megan
did a very good job for sorting through the pieces of papers. Horney are you saying
they were able to scann the western union transfer form and have emailed it to
you. However, if puting them in a folder will be better, let Megan know that because
I think she will be ready to do just that.

Horney all of this was done yesterday Monday and today is Teusday, so what is the
situation now. Have you been able to email the mtcn to Jacob Harns. Please let
me know.

Rose I cannot hold back my love and desire for you. Your love is burning in my
heart and I really would want to actualise it. Baby I am in the highest of love
realm for you. I kiss you my baby and I take your masive sweet body in my alms.
I lick all over your body and yet another kiss for my darling rose.

There have been much pullout here from Iraq and as a matter of fact, more than
80% have been done. We are really working hard and everybody is quite happy with
the situation.

How about the boy Vincent. Is he doing fine? Hether too how is she?

Please endeavour to keep yourself in the shade because of the hot wheater and
avoid much walk as much as you can.

You said you intended to write me same yesterday a bit later but that was if
had the time, and I gues there was no time hence you could not write again. Please
do write now if you possibly can from the office, but if not as soon as you get
home.

Fond regards lovely Rose and lot of kisses for my baby.
Richard.
Horney, please note this. Jacob harns says you can email him with this account now
as he is unable to access the gmail account for now xxxxx@yahoo.com

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I'm writing this from work, so I need to be brief!

The putting the form together idea is difficult. But I'm going back to Thomson's tomorrow and hoping that the lady who I saw before is still there, I was talking to someone today who lives near there and when I described her, he said she was usually in there, he's seen her lots of times through the window, so she must have just been on holiday or something last week. I think she'll give me the form alright, because she was nice and very helpful. So I'm going tomorrow morning. If that doesn't work out, I can go back to those shredded papers, but I think it will. I think, if you don't mind, I'll send you that MTCN, not Mr Harns, because I don't know him, but I trust you not to get me into trouble or anything for sending it. Actually, I could scan you the whole form (we've got a scanner at work) tomorrow afternoon, and then I'm not really giving you the MTCN or anything, I'm just showing you my form. And you haven't signed anything to say YOU won't give the MTCN to the receiver, have you, so you can give it to him without either of us breaking any rules. Do you think that's a good idea? It's how to get round the rules, without anyone breaking them.

It is horribly hot, I went to bed early last night, and this morning I couldn't even bear to have the computer on, because I'm sure it was making everything hotter.

I'd better go, because I have got things to do here, I just couldn't resist opening my mail account to see if you'd written.

Fond kisses
Rose

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2011 10:38 am Reply with quoteBack to top

9. Richard wonders if more sex-talk will produce the MTCN

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,

You are wonderful horney, you have just worked out everything fine and I think it is going to work fine. It will never see either of us breaking the rules and Harns will be able to pick up the funds. I emailed Harns yesterday and was surprised to see that my mail could not go through. Later on, Harns emailed me with the yahoo account
telling me that there was problem with his gmail account.

Nice you will be going to Thomson's tomorrow I know for sure horney everything is going to work out fine for both of us. Just send me the form and I will in turn send it to Jacob Harns.

What about Pixie? has he left for Florida yet? Rose my baby do you know that each time I take a glance at your pic, my dick always comes so irect and If I don'nt watch it, I will almost com. Hope you dont mind that baby. Rose my love for you shall never die.

Baby please write me as soon as you are at home horney. Please remember to keep yourself indoors or some shade to avoid the heat.

Fond regards my rose and lots of kisses for you baby.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Horney Richard

Tonight we just all gave up on being indoors and went down to the lake, dogs as well, to try and get cool. I should go to bed soon, because I want to get up early to walk the dogs and then go to Kendal, but I wanted to write to you first.

I'm not surprised that Mr Harns has had trouble with his gmail account. I read on the Google News page, or whatever it is called, just a couple of days ago, that they are bringing in new security measures. It's something to do with stopping people making fake accounts, and now you've got to give them your mobile phone number so they can be sure you are who you say you are, and that you don't have too many accounts. They are doing this for a few hours, then stopping for a few hours, it seems. They haven't asked me for anything yet, but I'm actually really worried about it, because, of course, I don't have a mobile phone, so I'll fail their test. Megan will have the same problem, because she hasn't got a mobile phone either, because most don't work round here, so there's no point.

I've got a Yahoo address as well, but that's only so I can use Yahoo Messenger with Iain (he hates writing emails, so I talk to him on Yahoo Instant Messenger), so I suppose it doesn't really matter if googlemail rejects me. Iain says Yahoo Mail is much better than it used to be (it used to Crash a lot, and it was difficult to organise any incoming mail). Actually, you have a Yahoo address, don't you? Can you access their Messenger programme? If you can, we could have a real-time conversation some time. I'm probably in a different time zone to you now you are out of the country, but it would be lovely,

Of course I don't mind the things you say. I'm very flattered. My sexual desires are not dead yet!

I've never seen a photo of you, though,

Does appearance matter?

Fond kisses, and more,
Rose

PS I probably haven't answered lots of things in your mails. But there is another day tomorrow.

Richard wrote:
Hello Darling Rose,

It was good you were at the lake to get cooled off from the heat
of the day. I will want to say for now you should have more time
in the lake because of the heat. I know the lake district will
bee a cooler place than else where.

I actually think the gmail problem is not perculia to Mr Harns
Some other people with gmail account have similar problems. I dont
have a gmail account. I just have yahoo acount and of course
hotmail. I dont think you will have a problem with your gmail
account if you have been on it for some time now. I am happy
baby that you have a yahoo account. We can chart on the yahoo
messenger all that is needed to be done is just add me to your
messenger and when you come online, we can talk or if I have your
yahoo id, I can add you to my yahoo messenger. Horney I will
actually need your yahoo id so that we can talk. The time zone
does not make any difference. Any time you are signed in and
I am on, I will see you right there. Baby I think you just have
to give me your yahoo id so that I can always chart with my
horney each time we are online.

Oh' horney I love you. I know your sexual desires are quite there
horney. I will love sucking your clit and licking it up for you
my love. Are you shaved or hairy? I love it hairy horney. I will love when you lower you
bulky body on me with my dick right inside there horney. Rose
you are sweet horney. I will want to suck you fine baby and have
a real feeling of your round bombom. Rose my love, as I am
writing you this letter, baby I am fidling with my dick and almost
going to cum. Rose I love you darling. I have a masive
fleshy dick that you will like. I always appreciate it also if
beautiful woman like you have my dick in their mouth an give me
a real sucking horney. Do you finger your pussy
sometimes. Baby just do that for me and call my name. As I fidle
with my dick, I always say Rose, Roseeeee. I kiss you horney.

I have not been able to send you my photo because I dont have
a better one out here, I only have the one that is in my id
card and passport and that is'nt good enough for my pretty Rose.

Horeny, if you are able to go to Kendal today just send me the form
and it will be very close to my seeing my baby.

I am fighting back cuming for you right now rose. Would you
like me to cum while loveing you right here in Iraq. If you would
like it, just tell me Richard cum for me.

Fond regards rose and hoping to read from you as soon as you read
this letter. Many kisses for you baby
Richard.

Baby if you are able to write a few lines from the office please do it.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Horney

I've just read your letter - AT WORK! It is the very naughty letter to read at work!

I went to Kendal this morning and saw the same lady and she was very nice and gave me the top copy of the transfer form. I have to go out with Barry, my boss, this afternoon, but I have just spoken to Vicky, the clerical assistant, before she went for lunch, and she says if I leave your email address and the form in her desk drawer, she will send it to you, so it can all be dealt with today before the shops shut. She's at lunch until 2 o'clock, then she needs to find time to scan it and mail it, but I've told her to make sure it is done by half past four, and better earlier. I'm her superior, so she will do it fine.

I don't know her email address, but she's called Vicky, short for Victoria, so its the mail from her you need to look out for.

I have to go now, Barry and I are going to see a client.

Oh, and today is Melanie's birthday (she's the lady I rent Firefly's field from), so I'm going there straight after work to take her a card and present. I'll probably stay for a drink or two, so don't worry if I'm a bit late writing to you tonight. It's a bit cooler today, so I'm hoping my evenings can get back to normal again now.

I have to go.

Fond kisses
Rose

Twice, Vicky wrote:
Dear Sir
 
Please find attached the scan as per Amanda Morrison's instructions.
 
Yours faithfully
V. Matthews

Then Vicky wrote:
My apologies for the failed attachment.  I am having connection problems with Yahoo.
 
I will send it again
 
V. Matthews

Richard wrote:
Hello Vicky Matthews
The scan copy did not come out through so what I want you to do now is

1. Type out the 10 digits mtcn
2. The senders name as it is written
3. The text question and answer if any
4. The place the money is sent from

I am waiting to receive your email right now
Richard Finch

To Amanda, Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
Yes baby the letter I sent to you last was really a naughty letter to read at work.
Baby I could be naughty to that extent when Rose is involved.. I love you horney.

Yes the lady tried to send me a scan copy but it did not come through. She even attempted
severaly but it could not come through. I asked her to type out the information needed and
send it to my email address. Though I am not sure if she will still be in the office as at
the time I sent her that mail. In effect therefore, horney you still can check it out with
her to know if she has sent it finally.

Rose I am really happy for all that you have done baby and I am sure when I visit cumbria
I will make you real happy.

I know Melanie of course. You talked about her when you were to go for the inspection of
Heathers pony. My regards to her also for her birthday, have your fun there.
I am not expecting you to write until late night as you will be in Melanie's place.
Horney, I will be waiting to read from you at any time this night.
fond regards rose and kisses for you horney.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I'm at home, just feeding the dogs and collecting Vincent to go to Melanie's house.

Damn, about Vicky not being able to send the scan, I've come straight home, just dropped off Barry, and haven't been back to the office. Hopefully you caught Vicky though and she has replied to you, because the transfer form is still in the office, not with me. But if she hasn't answered your email yet, never mind, I expect she will first thing in the morning, she'll be worried what I'm going to say to her! It is just a nuisance because I wanted Mr Harns to get the money today.

I'd better be on my way now. I'll try not to be too late home so I can talk to you (Vincent and Heather have school tomorrow anyway, so we should not be late). Maybe we could use messenger chat? My Yahoo ID is xxxxx@yahoo.com

Bye until then,
Fond kisses
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
I have just read your mail. I did not expect you to write me now as
I was thinking you must have gone to Melanie's house already. Vicky
was unable to send me the scan copy. She attempted three times to
send it but it failed to come through.
I finally told her to just type out the information and send them to
my email.

I expect Vicky to send the information first thing tomorrow morning,
because I dont think she was able to read my last mail as it was the
end of office hour already.

Horney, have yourself some fun in Melanie's house and rember to come
online your yahoo messenger when you come back later in the night.
My regards to Vincent.

Fond regards horney with kisses for my love.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Just to let you know I'm back home, I didn't stay long at Melanie's.  I need to have a shower now, and then I'm going next door to chat to Pixie, but I will be back in an hour or two.

Well, at least Vicky tried, so maybe I won't be too cross with her.

I'll get it to you tomorrow.  I always say, If you want something done, it's better to do it yourself!

I will be back later and hopefully we can chat on the messenger.  I miss you!

Fond kisses, horney
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
 
I wish you will be back on time. I dont know if I will still be by my computer before you
come back. However, try to come online when you are back.
 
Rose you have not refered to some of my naughty words in my previous letter to you.
Horney please tell me something about some of the things I said in my previous mail. I
love sexy expressions horney.
 
Baby I am waiting to talk with you.
 
Fond kisses for you baby..

Quote:
Amanda: Hello Horney, I am here, but invisible because Iain is online and I'm hiding from him!
Richard Finch: hello baby nice you online now
Amanda: I have only just come home, tomorrow it is that Pixie goes to his friends in Manchester, and then on Friday he flies to USA.
Richard Finch: baby Pixie is not travelled yet
Amanda: No, tomorrow. I went to say goodbye. And get his spare keys to his house so I can keep check on the house.
Richard Finch: baby rose i love you my horney and you did not tell me any of the words i told you before in my letter
Amanda: I was reading that at work! It is not for writing at work! What you like to know?
Richard Finch: i am right now fidling
Richard Finch: with my dick baby horney i love u

Amanda: Then I hope it is that you are alone!
Richard Finch: yes of course I am alone now
Richard Finch: would you like me to cum for you baby

Amanda: You are very eager!
Richard Finch: yes horney but just for u
Amanda: I wish I knew what you looked like.
Amanda: and I don't mean just your dick!

Richard Finch: i look nice baby
Richard Finch: baby i have gotten so irrected now could you please touch your clit for me baby just do that and call my name
Richard Finch: would you love reall sucking of you pussy baby
Richard Finch: hmmm rose i am cuming
Richard Finch: yes baby i am sucking you alreay now come on top me and ride me baby roseeeeeeee
Richard Finch: you are sweet just put your panties right on my face baby
Richard Finch: horeny suck my masive fleshy dick and i am going to cum right inside your mouth horney
Richard Finch: let me squice your nipples horney
Richard Finch: hmmm i have cum again horey just have a taste of it baby
Richard Finch: horeny you are great baby just come on top and place your pussy right in my mouth i am sucking your clit horney
Richard Finch: baby you are sweet i will fuck you all night long
Richard Finch: I will want to take it now from the back horney
Richard Finch: jut put your head down on the pillow and raise your bombom I fix it
Richard Finch: from behind and I am right inside baby receive the dick baby oh rose give it to me baby
Richard Finch: i am right in there just spread your bulky sexy legs for me horney
Richard Finch: horney just lie on the bed let me put my fingers into your pussy I am right in there now hmmm rose i am fidling with your clit baby
Richard Finch: give me your tongue let me lick it baby
Richard Finch: i kiss you baby i suck your nipples baby just rob my dick with your foot sexy foot
Richard Finch: are you on you panties it must be wet by now i will lick to sniff it
Richard Finch: how wet are they just place then on my nose let me smell your juice horney
Richard Finch: horney rob your pussy real hard this time and in put your forth finger deep inside your pussy and call my name baby
Richard Finch: I am holding on my dick very strongly now roseeeeeee
Richard Finch: i have cum greatly i am so light now baby i love you
Richard Finch: baby you are great your love is as the begining of my life horney it is nice fucking your fleshy pussy
Richard Finch: baby just relax your beautiful body in my arms kiss me horney
Richard Finch: horney my dick is still very irrect i may need some good fucking again can you come on top and give it to me

Amanda: you have more stamina than me!
Richard Finch: ok let me be on top or you want to go to bed
Amanda: I want to talk
Richard Finch: ok baby get relaxed now and talk. how was Melanie's birthday was it
Richard Finch: fun enough

Amanda: There were lots of her relatives there, I was not keen on the staying long.
Amanda: they all knew each other, and were talking to each other, i felt a bit left out really.
Amanda: It was ok, Heather was pleased I came. But I'm not that fond of the very big groups.
Amanda: are you still there?
Amanda: Is it that it has frozen on your side?
Amanda: I think maybe my heart was not in it, I wanted to get back to see Pixie.

Richard Finch: probably you hard it at the back of your mind that Vincent will be going to school tomorrow
Amanda: He would have liked the excuse to stay out longer!
Amanda: This seems very slow tonight. Maybe it is because of the country difference, it is quicker when chatting to Iain.

Richard Finch: ok i see Pixie was at home and there was also the need to tell him good bye
Amanda: Yes, I'm bad, aren't I. 'Thank you for inviting me to your party, and I must be going to see someone else now'.
Amanda: I keep seeing you typing then it stops. It was fine before, wasn't it?
Amanda: Did before mean anything special to you?

Richard Finch: not exactly
Amanda: not exactly special?
Richard Finch: no not special
Amanda: so what happened earlier between us was the nothing thing to you?
Amanda: that's a bit crap.

Richard Finch: you mean what happened between us a few minutes ago, if that is what you mean it was quite specail horney
Richard Finch: i didnt understand you at the first when you said before
Richard Finch: horney it was quite special and made me too happy horney

Amanda: I'm glad.
[color=blue]Richard Finch: oh baby common, you know it was quite interesting having on like that it was too special and i will want more of it horney

Amanda: Thank you, you make me feel very good.
Richard Finch: baby rose your love is so wonderful i will just give it to you anyhow you want it
Amanda: You are making me smiling.
Richard Finch: you are a model in the arena of love which any man will desire baby i love you rose
Amanda: You are flattering me!
Richard Finch: roseeeeee i kiss you horney
Amanda: What colour are your eyes?
Richard Finch: baby you are a pretty babe
Richard Finch: i have a brown eye

Amanda: Dark hair, then?
Richard Finch: horeny I am sorry i have just been called by a colleque i will want to attend to
Amanda: Or are you bald?!
Richard Finch: I am not bald
Amanda: You have to be going then? What time is it there?
Richard Finch: 1.45 am thursday
Amanda: And you have to go out in the middle of the night? That's must be hard.
Amanda: You must be very tough. I don't think I could work in the night.

Richard Finch: no it is within the camp
Amanda: But you have to go? I am sorry for me, but you must do your duty.
Richard Finch: thanks horney i love and see you latter in the day
Amanda: I will miss you.
Richard Finch: bye for now horney
Amanda: Bye horney.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2011 10:40 am Reply with quoteBack to top

10. Problems at the Office

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
How are you doing? hope you had a plesant night.
I have been waiting for the information to get to me but no news yet.
Horney let me read from you now please.
Fond regards and many more kisses for you Rose
Richard

Richard wrote:
Horney,
 
Please baby as soon as you are in the
office, just type out the mtcn and the
senders name as it is written and send it to me.  Horney, please endeavour to write out
the mtcn correctly as it is there in the form.
 
Rose you have a real pussy that can keep a man sexing all night. I hope we shall be
online later today baby.  How are the children. Has Pixie left for Manchester yet.
 
Fond regards Rose,
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello again Richard

I'm still at home at the moment, I leave for work in half an hour or so.  I don't think I'll have any problem sending the scan, this googlemail is reliable like that, it's one of the reasons I like it.

But of course I could type it all out, I'm just worried about breaking the Western Union rules because I did have to sign a form to say I wouldn't give that number, I'm trying to get round it, really, without getting in trouble.  But I trust you, and I don't think you'd let me get into trouble.  And it did say that I mustn't give it to the receiver, and you're not the receiver, so there's no reason, really, I can't give it to you, I didn't sign about that.

I'll be at work about 1 o'clock (it's five past midday now), but will have to go through a few things with Pamela first, before I can make time for personal things.

Fond kisses
Rose

Richard wrote:
Horney,
 
When you get to the office just take the form her and type out and send the mtcn to me
the senders name as it is written.
 
Horney you are lovely,
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Well, I can tell you the sender's name alright, because that's mine:

Amanda Rose Morrison.

I'll send you the MTCN too.  Please make sure I don't get into trouble about it, though.

More kisses
Rose

Richard wrote:
Ok Horney,
 
There is not going to be any trouble for you baby, you are sending it to me and not Jacob Harns and the western union does not even know me and Harns is receiving it from me and
not you.  So there is no breaking of the law from my baby.  I am good enough to handle
this baby do not be worried horney just go to work now and send the form or type out the
information and send it to me.
 
Horney you are quite wonderful.  Rose, I love you and you will have all of me baby,
 
Fond regards rose and many kisses for you baby
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Horney,
 
You are not going to get into any problem I asure you baby.
 
You should be on to work now.
 
Rose baby I love you.
 
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Thank you, I trust you.

I'm turning my computer off now and getting ready to leave for work, Megan is out at the moment, so I need to just let the dogs out to the garden for the toilet before I go.

I'll write to you from work when I get I free moment.

Bye until then.

Fond kisses,
Rose

Richard wrote:
ok baby write me from the office as soon as possible because of time

Richard wrote:
Hello Honey,
What is the situation now? baby I have been waiting. Are you right in
the office or something?
Please honey get back to me now.
I love your Rose
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I've been in a meeting all afternoon, we have a real crisis here, and it is unlikely the firm can survive this, it's all to do with the client who was doing the financial cheating, he does not have the money to pay for all the printing and advertising that we have already done, and it runs into the very big money and we are only the small firm and there seems no way we can hold this.  Barry has had the accountant look at it and the only way out is to get into debt ourselves and you know what it is like here at the moment, it would be foolish to do that at this time, so it really honestly seems that we are going to be another statistic.

It does not really matter for me, because I don't need the money, but I am so so so sad for Barry, he has tried so hard for success and we were doing the most well, and it is awful to be brought down by another.  I'm going to email Megan and tell her to feed the dogs and start cooking something for later, I am going for a drink with Barry and Pamela and two of the other directors after work, so we can talk some more.  Not to think of solutions, if the accountant says there are none, then none is what there is, but just for support and being there.

Vicky was off sick today, it seems like she has the heatstroke, so she doesn't even know about any of this yet, which is dreadful, because somebody will have to go and tell her, if she is not back in tomorrow.  But, anyway, I couldn't access the Western Union form because it is locked in her personal drawer and only she has the key.  I haven't had time to look on her computer to see where she has stored the jpg of the scan, I'll do that tomorrow. 

It should be easy to find on her computer, if she's not back, and I don't think Barry will mind.

I need to write to Megan now, then we're off for that drink.

Fond kisses
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
 
Thanks for taking the time to write, I feel so bad about what is happening in your office.
But I want to say that if the accountant and Barry had taken time to monitor this client
at the very start, it would'nt have ended up like this. For goodness sake much work should
not have been done for the client without payment in the first instant..
 
Honey I hope it is not going to affect you. However it is a team work everybody just have
to be involved and find a solution to it instead of allowing the firm to sink. Baby just take
good care of yourself  even in the presence of all this.
 
Honey Rose I waited for long expecting you to send me the information. It is so sad that
Vicky had the heatstroke and was off sick today. Nothing to worry about honey Rose it
can be sorrted out tomorrow. In case Vicky does not come to work tomorrow just do all
you can to look into her computer and find where she saved the jpg, and just give me the
information.
 
Oh my sweet rose I love you. I dont know if I will be on line later today, however if I am
online, we shall enjoy ourself baby.
 
Honey fond kisses for you my baby and I lick your clit fine honey.
 
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Honey,
 
What is the office situation right now? Have you guys been able to come up with any
solution yet?
 
Is Vicky in the office today? I expected you to furnish me with the mtcn information as
you said.  I could not come online yesterday I was very busy and the little time I found,
I had to rest and sleep.
 
Love, you were all around in my dreams last night, baby I love you Rose, your sweet
and wet pussy  drives me crasy. Each time i mention your name, my dick always
come up togid Rose I have never found a love any where since after my late wife like
you. Baby you are sweet.
 
Honey please let me read from you.
 
Fond regards baby I am waiting to read from you now honey.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I was in the office this morning instead of this afternoon, in yet another meeting.  The client is declaring bankruptcy, so there is no way we are going to get the money now, and no way out of the situation.

Actually, I'm feeling really awful about it all, because I could save the firm: I could pay off the debt that the client's bankruptcy will cause, and save everything.  But I don't really want to.  It'd mean putting about £25-30,000 into the firm, and I'm not really sure it's worth it, does that sound dreadful?  I don't know what to do, Barry in particular is going to go down the pan if Kestrels collapses and has to file for bankruptcy too, he's got children and a big mortgage, and has poured everything into the business.  So I think, maybe I should save him.  We can trade back out of this, for sure, but do I want it to be with my investment?  I don't know, I'm just going round in circles, and I wish Pixie was here to talk with.  Iain is too young really to understand, still.  And that's another thing, if I was going to put that sort of money into a business, it would be better, surely, to do it for Iain, help him set up his own outdoor activity centre, or something.  Not just throw money at Barry, just because I feel sorry for him.  It seems really disloyal to say this, but it's not that I really approve of consultancy firms.  They just milk people's ineptness, and achieve nothing that couldn't be achieved without a bit of common sense.

But what will happen to Barry and his family if I don't intervene?  I'm the only one who can intervene.  I just don't know what the right thing to do is.

Vicky is still off sick, but I tried to get onto her PC. She's password protected it though, so I couldn't.  I feel that is the least of my concerns right now, though.

I wish I could sort everything else out in my head.

Hope you are having a better day than me!

Many fond kisses
Rose

Richard wrote:
Honey what is the matter
 
Ricvgtard

Amanda Rose wrote:
What do you mean, 'What is the matter?'  I thought I explained.

Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Honey,

I only asked what is the matter because I expected that
you will be in the office yesterday money and will email me.

Yes you did explained to me honey, what is the situation
in your office now. Have you been able to resolve the
issue at stake.

Baby please do not be angry with me for asking you what
is the matter. Honey please dont be angry with me baby.

I have just seen your mail now I am writing from a friends
computer.

How is everybody out there. Hope Megan, Vincent and
Heather are all doing fine.

Please honey try to email me again. Was Vicky able to
make it to the office yesterday.

Fond regards Rose with kisses
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Is this really you, Richard, or is this Tom again?

You seem to have gone mad.  The answers to the things you ask were already answered in my previous letter.

And why suddenly 'honey' not 'horney', are you trying to tell me you have changed your accent overnight? Come on, people don't do that, their accent is established by the time they are 5 years old, I've been told. Why would you suddenly want to pretend to be born elsewhere?

Something very strange seems to be going on.  If this is Tom, then go away and stop faking mails.

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
It is Richard and not Tom.  Horney I wrote Honey and not Horney thinking honey was
more appropriate for my darling I am  very sorry for what ever fuss this must have cost
you baby.

Yes horney  I saw your letter and I quite remember you have answered my
questions before this time I think I was a little bit tipsy and just felt like reading from
you that could be the reason why I said what is the matter. Baby please dont be upset about it.  For goodness sake Tom can never have access to my id again as I have already changed
the password.

Horney please I appologise for making you upset with this persistent question, horney
forgive me baby, I love you
Horney I have a very short time here right now and I will want to sign out
Fond regards for my horney Rose with kisses
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
 
How are you doing. Baby I was so eager to hear from
you and decided to check my email but my horney was
not there. I hope everything is ok. How are the children.
Vincent Megan and Heather hope they are doing fine.. Did
you hear anything from Pixie of his arrival in Florida.
Baby I have been imagining the situation in your working
place and have been trying to see if anything can be
figured out by the directors. The client that has gone
bankrupt has he come up with any idea so far? Well I
will advice that everybody should give Mr Barry all the
support he will need now and see if something could be
done.
 
Rose my darling baby I am just in dare desire to see
you horney. Baby I love you to the greatest, I dont thing
there is going to be anything that will take your love
away from me horney. Each time I take a look at your
picture, the urge for you will mount high on me. Baby
I love the overtop of your dressing in that pic.

Rose I give you a worm kiss  baby and I hold you in
my arms horney. Rose you are just too beautiful.
I have never come accross a woman such as you are
you are a brain combined with beauty and hard work.
You are not like most other women you are just too
made. You take good care of your four children making
them not to even feel the absence of their father and
you still have time for work in the office and really
up and doing in every aspect of your life. Rose
I love you.  Usually I do not touch computer on
sundays but because of your bewitching love, I am
prompted to do that. Baby I love you.
 
There there was a storm yesterday and as a result
most of the place here is without light, that was why
I could not email you again yester.. Presently we are
making use of generator set.
 
If it is possible to reply me now I would be happy
otherwise when you are chanced.

Fond regards horney Rose and lot of kisses for you.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

It was cooler today, and I wanted to just go out and forget about everything, so Vincent and I took the dogs up to Orrest Head, and took a picnic too and just lazed around and ate and drank and talked.  I thought there'd be quite a lot of people there today, but it wasn't too bad.  Here's a website of views from there, if you are interested:

http://www.english-lakes.com/orrest_head.html

I wanted Megan to come too, but she refused, and went off to a friend's house.

No, I haven't had any contact from Pixie, but then I don't know if there's any computer in his friend's house there, it's not his permanent home, he's actually English, it's just a holiday home.  If he doesn't have the computer connection, I expect he'll send some postcards to us later.

Do  you like walking?

I've had a good think, really, about the situation with work.  I've decided I am not going to pay off the bills the bankrupt client has made, there's lots of reasons really, but at the end, I just don't feel that it is a business I want to invest in.  I feel a bit guilty because Barry especially is going to be suffering (the other directors have other incomes, they will be alright), but I've still made up my mind.  If I'm going to invest in a business, I want to choose it all by myself and the reason shall be because I think it is good and worthwhile, not just because I feel sorry for someone.

I've thought also about what I am going to do next, because undoubtedly I will be out of a job very soon.  Now, I don't need to earn money, I've got enough from other places, but I would very much miss going out and talking with people.  So I've decided that I'm going to look into doing some voluntary work for a charity instead.  That will be very good use of my time and help others, as well as giving me some company.  I'm not really sure what charity yet, but I will do some enquiries about which ones need more help next week.

Now I must go and have a shower and then I am going to make some beefburgers for tonight, I've got some baguettes to stuff with salad and pickles and things, with the beefburgers on top, very casual.

You flatter me very much and say very kind things.  I'm not really special, you know, I hope you won't be disappointed when we meet.

Fond kisses
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
After I wrote you the last letter yesterday I signedout almost immediately
and have not been able to access my email until just now. I think you really
deserve the trip to Orrest Head if for anything to forget about everything
for now and really have a change of focus and meet some other people to
talk to. It was nice you were with Vincent. Megan opted out to visit a friend.
What about Hether? she did not accompany you to Orrest Head probaly she went to
ride Firefly as it was cooler yesterday.

Thank you horney for sending me the website from the place. For sure Orrest Head will be a nice place to be. From the website I can see that it really
provides a very good viewpoint over Lake Windermere. Horney I like walking
and I will for sure avail myself the opportunity when I visit. This
description from the website makes the walk to Orrest Head easy for even a
first timer.

Distance - 1 mile
Duration -around 50 minutes
*Commencing at the bus stations on the A591 opposite the Windermere Railway Station, turn up the lane signposted Orrest Head. On reaching a triple fork in the lane, take the left fork.
*On passing a farm the lane again divides into three, take the footpath to the right that leads uphill. After climbing the hill turn left into a fenced lane. Continue for a few hundred yards until reching a kissing gate on the left. Pass through the gate and climb the steps to the summit of Orrest Head.

Rose horney I think Orrest Head will be a nice place to be especially at
this time when it could be cooler. Horney I will be happy if you could make
further arrangement to enable me walk when I come visiting.

Oh you have not gotten any contact of Pixie. Probably like you said no
computer available yet for him to email but I guess he should be in Florida
by now and enjoying himself too. I think Pixie should be a happy man.

Baby you just have the idea. Investing in a business should not be on the
ground of sympathy for some other persons though I feel you really feel sorry
for Mr Barry but that is not enough for you to invest in a business that does
not appeal to you. Horney you are very correct. In decideing a business for
yourself, you must first of all choose the type of business you want to do which to you is good enough for you and that it is worthwhile not alowing
unforseen circumstances to bring you into such business. It is unfortunate
the Mr. Barry appears to be the person that will suffer most of all the
directors.

Horney, well I think if the situation remains like this in the working place
with nobody coming to bail the company out, sooner the firm will be closed
down. But never mind Rose you are a wonderful woman and I know you have
quite ideas to lead you on baby. You look into  some voluntary work for a charity instead, is a step in the right direction. As a mother of four, it
will offer you a very good use of your time, and apart from helping people,
it will bring you to meet with lots of other people and not just people to
talk with, but will bring you more into limelight within your place and
allover the world. Horney I will really want to encourage you to look into
this aspect and make enquiries.

Rose my love, it is not a question of flattering. I really mean everything
I say about you horney. You are inteligent, beautiful, hard working, full of
ideas and lot of creativity. Horney, you are so pretty. I mean I always look
at your picture and pictures do not tell lies. Horney I love you from my
heart.
Horney, please if you are able to get to work place today try and see what
can be done with the situation about Vicky.

Please let me know if you will be online tonight so that I can make a way
to be online with you horney.

Fond regards my sweet Rose with lots of kisses for you darling.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

We have had the very bad weather here today, very very much rain and thunder and lightning.  I don't think anywhere local is flooded, but I read on the News that there is the flooding in other places and there are pictures of somewhere in Tayside of all their main street flooded and looking now like a river instead of a road.  Some trains had to stop running too, because of lightning strikes.

By the way, did you see about that awful fire in that block of flats in London?  I hope it is not near where your London home is.  What district do you live in?

I'm just back from taking Megan to her friend's house, and I have to leave again soon to pick up Heather from the stables.  It is not the good weather for them to be walking in.

Barry went to see his lawyer today and has been advised that declaring bankruptcy ourselves is the only thing we can do, so that is that decision made now. Vicky still wasn't back in today, she had a doctor's appointment.  Barry didn't want to tell her over the phone about the bankruptcy and how it means she will no longer have a job, so he said (not to her; to Pamela and me) that he was going to see her at her home tonight. She should be back in tomorrow Ok, its just because she was feverish in her illness, she has to go and be cleared of swine flu, just to be on the safe side, in case she's a carrier of it and giving it to someone else. So I'll be able to get the information then.

Well, I better be thinking about going to collect Heather. I don't know whether I'll be back online or not tonight, it depends how tired I am after I have eaten and done a few other things.

Fond kisses
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney
 
So nice reading from you my darling Rose. It was same  bad weather here today in
Iraq with much rains lightning and thunder coursing power outrage and living more
than 30% of the entire country in total balackout. I think todays weather recorded
the highest rainfall so far this year in Iraq according to radio and television broadcast here in Iraq and I wonder why it is almost same in UK.
 
Horney I did not hear of the fire outbreak in London. Do you know exactly the district
where it happened. My London home is in Norwood South Eastern District of London. I
hope it did not happen anywhere there. My daughter would have contacted me of such
anyway.
 
Nice you had to take Megan to her friends place and going back later to pick up Heather
from the stables. The weather is not good for them to walk in. What about Vincent, is
he indoors already.
 
Yes horney, before this time, I have even thought over it, that declaring your firm bankruptcy is the only thing that can be done and I quite surpport Barry's Lawyer.
It was very good of Barry for not telling Vicky that she will be out of job now that
she is under a doctors appointment. Oh poor Vicky she has to be cleared of swine flu
because of her feverish condition. I hope she gets cleared so as not to be a carrier.
I wonder what she is going to do now. May be you will give her a helping hand after
you have decided on your next business venture if you are able to come up with one
in the shortest possible time. Let us hope she comes to office tomorrow.
 
Horney please make haste and go for Heather. Well, baby I will wish you are online
later tonight. I will want to talk with my horney. After you have eaten and done
everyother thing that needs to be done, well if you are still fit, baby do please
come on line horney I will want to feel real romantic with you baby. Horney you drive
me real crazy baby.
 
Fond regards Rose and lot, lot, of kisses for you darling.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

The fire at the flats was at Camberwell, funny you not reading the BBC News while you're away. What does 'power outrage' mean? I've never seen the words before.

I forgot you had children, you never mention them.  Tell me about them!  How old are they?  Where do they live?

I'm tired, so I'm going to bed very soon.  I'll write you more tomorrow.

Fond kisses
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
So sorry I could not reply your last letter before now. It is still raining
cats and dogs here in Bagdahd and everywhere is so wet. No computer is turned
on because of no electricity.
 
Power outrage is the term used to describe non electrictiy. Because of the rain
and thunder storms, the major electricity network in Badahd was blown up and
coursing complete balackout in almost everywhere.
 
Horney I never believed you forgot I have three children which I told you
when I told you my formal wife Anita died of breast cancer 2 years ago.
I have three children. The eldest one Watson is in Broklyn New York United
States. While Jean next to Watson and Berty the last one are both in Central
London. Watson is 24 years old while Jean is 22 and Berty is 20. Jean and
Berty live with their aunty their mother's younger sister Anne.  I once
mentioned you to Watson my son and told her how nice you are and my intention
to get serious with you. He extended his regards to you even then.
 
The situation here is becoming so bad with this electricity problem. We are
making use of power generating set which is not always available and finding
it difficult to get our computers conected. However, normal electricity supply
have been restored in some areas now and we are hoping that before the end
of the week, everything will be normal.
 
I just turned my computer 20 minutes agos and found your letter. Horney
what is the situation now in your firm? how about Barry, Pamella Vicky and
rest of them.  How are the children. Did Vincent go to school today. Any
news yet of Pixie's arrival in Florida..
 
Horney, please endeavour to write me back as soon as you possibly can because
I have very limitted time on the computer because of the electricity problems.
 
Fond regards my baby with many more kisses for your Rose.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard,

Your weather problems sound just the same as here.  I don't know how many times the electricity went off yesterday!  I've never known it called 'power outrage' in England before - did you grow up in a different country?  I looked it up on the internet, but the only place I can find those words are Nigeria, and you can't be Nigerian because you said you were white!

I spent yesterday afternoon with Barry.  We actually intended to drive down to Lancaster, but the weather was too bad, torrential rain, and we had to stop, we ended up just sitting there in the car for an hour.  It wasn't worth trying to go on, so we turned round and headed back, but Barry said he didn't want to go back to the office, so we ended up going to the pub like two naughty schoolchildren playing hooky.  He says he is not fighting to save the firm, he's not actually too worried, he has a year's mortgage insurance and thinks he'll get another job quite easily.  Pamela is taking it most professionally, but then she'll easily get another job too, but he says that Vicky went a bit balistic, and totally blames him for putting all his eggs in one basket and not sending the client interim bills.

Anyway, we decided it is pointless me going back to the office, it's just going to be a matter of clearing up and sorting out now, so I'm going to follow my idea of voluntary work, but not yet, I think I'll have the summer off to be with the children, and also enjoy the fine weather - if it ever comes!  The children finish school on the 16th July.

No, I haven't received a postcard from Pixie yet, I don't suppose that's the first thing he'll do out there, and then it will take a week or so to arrive, I should think.

Your eldest daughter is quite old to be still living with an aunty.  Is it that she doesn't earn enough to get her own place?

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
Thanks for your very prompt mail. I find it funny also to learn that electricity went
off several times also in Cumbria just as it is here.  As a matter of fact the
term power outrage was equally new to me but that was how they described it here horney. But that is just the situation here no electricity. It could be really funy
also if it is called power outrage also in Nigeria.

Nice to hear that Barry has a year's Mortgage Insurance. I think he will be getting
a job easily and throw behind him the experience in that firm. It will be equally
good for Pamella to get another job too. I think Vicky because of her nature may
not feel real good with what has happened especially now that she is ill.  All the
same I still hope she will equally get herself fixedup.

It was good you did not make it to the office as it was pointless since Vicky herself
was'nt goin to be there.  You just have to hold on to your idea of voluntary work and
I know it will be good for you.  I is quite good to have the summer off to avail
yourself an emple time with the children and enjoy the fine weather which will
surely be.

I surprised you have not received any postcard from Pixie yet. I was of the openion
that he will really want you to know of his arrival in US immediately he gets there.
However, may be there are some more important things to be done.  Yes Horney, I think
Jean was too use to Anne and still feels she will want to still stay with her. Since
the death of my late Anita, Anne has always been there for them and I think that
has prompted her lickness for Anne and they are just getting on fine. However, she
has a boyfriend which she intends to live with very soon and may be she does not want
to worry herself with getting a place for herself before moving in with her boyfriend
Alex. She once came visiting with Alex.

So horney, how is it going to be right now? I dont know how you will get Vicky to
collect the information. Please horney do not say I am imposing on you, but I will
wish to know when it is going to be possible.

Rose baby, I love you horney and I am running out of patience to seeing you.
Fond regards baby and many more kisses for you horney.
Richard.

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11a. Moving on - Part 1

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

You are funny about Pixie and the postcard.  He hasn't even been gone a week yet, and there's been two weekend days, so only three postal days, and it takes 6 or 7 postal days for a card to come from America.

Vicky should be back in the office sometime, if only to collect her personal belongings, I told Pamela to get the form from her and put it in the post to me, it's no problem.

I think there is something I should tell you, just to be fair, and that is that I went on a date with a local man this afternoon, and I am going to see him again.  We have much in common and he is very knowledgeable about ponies too, he wanted to see Firefly, so we even went to the stables, and when Heather came out of school and joined us, he gave her and Dee a schooling lesson on the ponies and it was quite amazing the difference he has made, I don't really understand the words properly yet, but there was a lot of extension and collection and you could really see the difference, and Heather was really happy.  It must be one of the strangest dates I've ever had but also one of the best, because of the involvement.  I think I'm definitely going to learn to ride, but I might buy myself my own horse, so I don't ruin Firefly or anything!  Heather is excited at the idea, and Vincent says he would like to learn to ride too, but Megan is pulling faces and saying we will all stink of horse and it will like be living in a horse's stable and she wants to go and live with Iain.  I told her that Iain wouldn't want her, so she says she'll go and live with Pixie then.  She'll get over it.

I'm probably too old to fall off, I'd break, I said, but Heather says I won't, she says I'm fat, so I'll just bounce.

Anyway, I thought I should mention it all.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
 
I was only of the openion that Pixie would have emailed you, bet on the other hand
I thought he must not have been availed with a computer and that of course is possible.

Horney, I am not confortabl with Pamela waiting until Vickey comes to the office before
she can get the form from her only goodness knows when she will be be in the office
with the present situation. Horney Rose you are not being fair to me horney. I am
langushing with all the love for you baby bet you never seem to understand. I want to
see you now baby. How long will Pamela wait to get Vicky to come to the office. Horney
would it be possible tomorrow?  Rose, you are ingoring my feelings baby. Horney I love
you and i can not afford to wait any longer baby I want to see you horney.

Yes horney, I told you before now that you will learn to ride sometime before now.
Horney i told you  you can ride.  Your falling can only be fun and that is exactly what
it is.  The local man knows exactly what you are capable of and you are just right for
that. I am happy that the local man knows much about ponies and Heather appreciating that
means that the guy is real. It is all good for Heather and Firefly baby. Why not horney,
you would buy your own horse I know of that because Heather will really make fun of Firefly
and you will for sure know how exciting it is with ponies and horeses. Vincent must hav seen how mumy was excited with the idea of oweing a horse for hersefl and for sure
my boy wants to ride also. Megan would not want anything to do with horses or ponies
as she has indicated it right from the time Heather had Fireflys.  Megan should be left
alone with her dislike for horses. Rose, if it is possible, Megan should go to Iain
and stay, But if Iain would'nt want her, please let her have her choice of staying
with Pixie. Everybody seem to be in love with ponies and horeses and Megan baby is not
interested. Rose, I know for sure Megan will get over all that.

'oH' thank goodness for Heather. Heather is knows all it takes to ride.  horney, you will not
fall, you will only be jecked up and fall back on the horse.  Rose, you do not know
how sweet and balance you will be on a horse back.  Baby, I love you horney.  You have
good children that love you and are ready to tell you the exact situation. Horney do
you know you will look wonderfull on the back of a horse. Rose you dont seem to know
you are pretty.  Baby I love you and I am even cuming for you my love.

Rose, please horney come online I am waiting right on the computer.
Rose, please horney get Vicky to collect this information. Do you know i could come
to Cumbria on my owne for  your sake. But because of the nature of my job, there  just have to  be evidence that I am going to deliver, that is what is keeping all this all along.

Rose, I love you baby, I lick your pussy, I love you horney, I will want to give you
a real fuch baby. I have never loved any one like Rose.
 
Fond regards baby, horney I am giving you kisses and waiting on my computer right now.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Baby,
 
Roseeee baby I give you all my heart. Horney I am in love with you.
 
Horeny please come online my darling. 
 
Irrespective of what ever, my horney I love you.  Babay do not domp me my love Rose.
 
I am in love with you baby.
 
I lick you pussy baby. I such your ass my love Rose.
 
Richard with much kisses
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Baby,
 
Your wish is my command horney. I love you baby. Tell me more of this man.
 
Horney do you know when I see you, we have more than you might be thinking.
 
Roseeeeeeeeee I love you horney.
 
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Horney,
 
I am really infatuated baby.  I am really holding so strong on my dick and i am calling
on Roseeeeeeeee horney please I want to suck you pussy and lick up all your
clit my love, please give me all your wet pantis to lick baby..
 
Baby please give it to me horney and i cum for you baby.
 
Richard

Richard wrote:
Horney Rose,
 
I have fucked you right here and gotten the whole of my body wet for my love Rose.
 
Baby reach me first thing tomorrow morning and I will be glad. I have fucked you and
sucked your pussy right. I even have your hairs right inside my mouth baby Rose.
 
My lovely Rose. I love you horney. I am licking your pussy right now horney.
 
Baby, please give me your pussy to lick just feed me with it horney I love you baby.
I suck your bulky ass horney stay cool baby I love you.
 
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I read all that you are saying, but the thing is that we have not even met.  Anything between us, therefore, only really exists in the imagination or dreams.  It does not have the foundation of reality, of everyday life, of relating on any everyday level.

I have not even seen a photograph of you.

I'm sorry, but I can't just sit here waiting for a dream to materialise.  When it might not.  Or when it might not be the way I dreamt it.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

I have just  been able to read your mail. I quite agree with you that you have not seen
me or my picture. I promise you horney that you will see me and my picture baby.

How is every out there? hope the children are doing fine. Hope Heather is having nice time with Firefly
now there is somebody for her that have good ideas of horses and ponies.

Horney it is still very wet here, however the electricity have improved.

Babay what above Vicky? has she been able to make it to the work place yet. Horney I love
you and for sure you are going to see my picture  and myself.

Horney nobody can take it away from me, I love you and when I am in Cumbria I will  demonstate
that, and asure  you it is for sure a dream to materialise.

Lovely Rose I love you my horney.I really agree with you that you can not just sit down and
continue to expect what has not manifested but horney we shall for sure me.

Rose please endeavor to make out the situation right with Vicky for information horney
within this week so that all will be finalised.

What about Barry?

Fond regards horney and many more kisses.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I am just this moment back from dog training class with Cody.  He was being a bit silly today, and not paying attention properly. He's nearly 5 months old now, so he may be getting some beginnings of male hormones and puberty and thinking he is Mr Big Dog!

No, I haven't been back to the office yet,  I wanted a little break from it really.  I'll go next week.  From what Barry has told me, Vicky is really angry about everything and is blaming Barry for poor management.  Everyone else is OK.

Megan and Vincent took Cherry for a walk for me while I was at dog training, so that was nice for her.  Megan is working this afternoon, and Vincent is going to a friend's house, while Heather and I go to the stables.  Tomorrow Iain and Suzy are coming for Sunday lunch.

It has cooled down a lot here, still warm, but much better.  It's raining on and off, but not very heavily.

I feel a bit torn in two directions, because I don't want to be unkind to anyone, or two-time them, or just make the big mistake.  But I can't sit here waiting forever for a man who I only know by the email and messenger to visit, when there is another man who knows me for real and I know him and we are getting along very well.

Will you send me your passport photo at least?

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
I have just read your letter now. We have been so busy for about three
days now and there was no time for anybody to do any thing else..
I think it was nice you had a break from this office thing really to keep
yourself relaxed and be able to do some thinking especialy as you are
thinking of starting some thing on your own.

Has Megan started the hotel work now? that is nice. Was Iain and Suzy able
to make the visit. That will be splendid. Horney you are quite developing real
interest now in horses. Have you ridden one yet.. It will be exciting. Heather
will be really happy to see mumy riding a horse.

Horney Rose, I am really interested in your being happy with yourself.
Why not, if that guy really makes you feel happy it is not bad. I love you
and I really mean it. You are a beautiful woman and men will for sure want
to get next to you. I do not expect you to just sit there and waiting though
not waiting forever because I will surely be in Cumbria. I am happy that
at least there is a man there with you, but that will not keep me away from
coming to Cumbria and seeing my lovely Rose

Horney, you are quite correct, I will send you my picture for now until I
will come to Cumbria. Horney, please if Vicky is able to make it to the office
do all you can to get the form. But I wonder why Vicky is having a dfferent
view of the whole thing while every other person seem to be ok.

Rose my baby, I love you and I will for sure keep on loveing you baby.
Fond regards baby and many more kisses for you Rose.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
How are you today and the children. I hope everything is going on fine.
Baby I am really missing your regular writing. Horney I love you and
I am looking forward to coming to meet you.
I checked my email today expecting to read from you but you were not
there for me. Horney Rose I really need you.

Yes I was able to scan a copy of a photo I took with my colleagues on the
first day of our arrival in Baghdad because my horney really deserves to
see me. How do you like it horney.

Rose, there is no way I can be permited to leave Iraq without having the
assignment of delivery of your consignment, that is why it is very important
you send this information to get the consignment moving and I will be
permited to leave Iraq to attend to the delivery of a consignment in Cumbria
U.K. So Rose baby, do all you can to get this information sent to me.

Baby I love you.
Fond regards with kisses for you Rose.
Richard.

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Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I must admit I was a bit surprised when I saw your photograph.  I didn't expect you to look like a younger version of Jon Snow!  (Well, without his eyebrows, I mean!)

I think it is fair to tell you that it is very unlikely I could ever feel physical attraction to that sort of appearance.  I like the Bob Geldolf type myself!  Sort of much more free and outdoors looking.

I have seen Barry and he thinks it is best that I don't go to the office until the end of the week because there is an audit going on at the moment, so it is not a good time.  He thinks that Vicky has the financial worries and is scared about having no job, and that is why she has reacted badly.  Not that we really spoke much about it.

Megan and Heather have been arguing quite badly tonight.  Megan is not in the best of tempers, generally.  It is a pity that Pixie is not here to talk some sense into her.

Must go now.

Regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
That is my coperate look you have seen. When you see me in person you will see and know
every thing about me. Horney, why not? you will for sure feel physical attraction when you see me. It is all about coperate look because of the situation.
Horney for sure the physical attraction will be there when you see me. Baby I love you.

That photo was taken amidts other united nation colleagues and I was just coperate and
not looking much more free. Horney I am quite free and really outdoor looking and have
everything about the Bob Geldof thing. Babay Rose you will for sure like the kind
of person I am when we see our selfs.

It is nice that there is an audit going on right now in the firm at the moment. It is
really not a good time to be in the office. You just have to wait until end of the week
before you can make it to the office. Rose, you will for sure like me when you see
me baby. Just forget my look in that photo I am an outdoor looking guy baby. Yes I know
Vicky must have the financial worries after all she is just an office assistant and
not even a profesional and can be scared about having no job, All the same I just think
she has to be up and doing instead of getting herself worked up because of the fear
of having no job.

Megan and Heather have been arguing over what, I guess the like for horses and the
dislike something like that. Heather just have to see from Megan's point of view. If
Megan does not like horses or something like that, Heather just have to understand
and be of a little bit fair and have it with some funs and joke and not being too
unruly with Megan. If Pixie was at home I really think it would have been better but
Megans stand should equally be considered. I know they will definatley get on well
moments later. How is Vincent? my regards to him.

Rose I love you horney please dont be unfair to me baby. You have to consider my
desire for you horney. I love you Rose and I will lick up your pussy for you horney
and  cum greatly for you my baby. Horney you do not even return my kisses to you again.

Rose I love you with the whole of my heart. Please Rose be good to me.

Horney if you are able to make to the office before the weekend, please endeavor to
get hold of the form and send me the information so that I could come to Cumbria and
see my lovely Rose.

Fond regards horney and many more kisses for you my darling Rose.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Sorry for the delay in getting back to you, I have been unwell and in bed the past couple of days.  I'm not better now, but well enough to sit around in the sitting room.

Megan is moving out today to go and live at Iain's apartment.  I'm happy with that, she is 16 years old and I was living all alone in a bedsit at that age, it is good to be independent.  And she has not been being happy here with the one thing and another.

Iain is moving her possessions with his car, it is quite big.  I'm still too weak and tired to be of any help, but they are getting on fine without that.

The weather is still very wet and has been stormy but it should start getting better next week, I think.

I do not want to give you the false impressions, Richard, I really do not, that is not a fair thing.  I do go for big big hairy men who stand out from the crowd and not bow to stereotypical expectations.  I'm sorry, but that is the way it is.

Regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
How I feel to hear that you are unwell. How is it now? hope you are getting
up right. Baby I just feel so sad that you are unwel what is the nature of
health? I hope it is no problem.

I have just been able to read your letter horney because of our time schedule.
We are due to vacate Iraq by the end of the month and because of that, we are
working relentlessly to make sure everything is done on time.

Megan is still sticking to leave home because of the horse smell? Horney it was
so nice you alowed her to have it her way. I only hope Iain will accept her.
What about Heather and Vincent? they are the only people left at home now. Hope they
are doing fine.

From every indication, by the end of the month we shall have be done with the
Iraq assignment. I will be in London by the end of the month.

Horney, I have said it before and still saying it that I love you Rose and I
know that I love you.  My phisical appearance might not be the same as my sexual
abilities and I know you will love me when we meet. Being   Steriotype is as a result of your persistance for what you desire and should not be looked as a short coming onmy side. I may not stand out but I am hairy from my chest region to
my abdomenal region and hairy right there in my dick.

Rose, I love you but if you decide to treat me like this, I must say it is most
unfair and inhumanly.

What about Vicky and Barry with the office members. Have you been to the office? Please
if you are sure of what you said was the situation, get the information sent to me
so that I can come to Cumbria. Horney, whithout my getting the consignment to you in
Cumbria, I have no reason what so ever to come to cumbria. So please Rose, send
the information to enable me come to see you.  Baby, I am not worried about whatever
may be in place.  I will be much delighted if you have a guy that is giving you a
real fuck horney. I just love you I will just want to lick your pussy and see my
love Kakyna.

Horney we are almost rounding up here in Iraq and the earlier you get the information
accross to me the better so that my next assignment will be in Cumbria.
Regards to Vincent, Heather in particular and of course to Megan my girl.

Baby you do not even fond regard me any more and my horney is no longer bringing
me kisses.
Fond regards Rose, Many more love kisses for you horney and I love you baby.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Richard, you are very sweet with your words.

I have been very unwell but am getting better now.  I am still very tired, though, so I will write properly to you tomorrow, not try to do it tonight.

I will be thinking of you, though.

A quick kiss
Rose

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello again Richard

Well, of course I haven't been back into the office, I've been unwell, I haven't been anywhere.

I'm much better today, though, so there is no reason I can't go and collect the form tomorrow, or even on Friday.

It's just been one of those summer viruses, nothing to worry about, but I have been so tired and sleeping most of the days.  Yes, Megan moved out to live with Iain and Suzy last Saturday, she had my blessing to do so, it is good for a child to learn some independence.  There was no way she could afford it really, not on just her allowance and her part-time wages, so I've paid Iain a year's share of her rent in advance, and therefore sorted that part out.

I haven't seen her since she moved, I said she should refrain from visiting for at least a couple of weeks, to allow herself time to adjust without coming running to her mother all the time!  I expect she'll soon turn up when Pixie is back home, though!

So yes, just Heather and Vincent here now, though it is the summer holidays of course, so they are not at home much.  Vincent has started to learn to ride on one of Melanie's ponies, and is getting on very well so I am told.

It wasn't just about the horses that Megan wanted to move out, she is also disapproving of my boyfriend, and also that I've been talking with Andrew, who is the ex-client who went bankrupt and destroyed Barry's business.  She thinks that it is disloyal of me to have any communication with Andrew.  Andrew was just helping me sort out some charity donations, because he has been involved in much of that, but Megan thinks he should not be trusted to help me at all, because he has already been proven to lie about money.  Sometimes it is like that Megan thinks she is my mother, instead of the other way around, and thinks she knows best, even when she only knows part of a story.

If your ONLY reason to come to Windermere is to drop off that consignment, then you can just drop it off and leave again, it is no problem.  I can sort it out on my own, I still think the best thing to do is to take it straight to the police.

Regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
 
It was very nice reading from you baby. I am happy to hear that Megan is now with
Iain and Suzy that is nice too.  I know for sure she will do fine with Iain.
Her little wages we for sure go a long way to help her financially but that should not
stop you horney from giving her some support.
 
Vincent is already learning to ride.  That also is very nice. I know she is going to learn
fast to ride. Heather at this time would have been a good instructor for Vincent.
 
Baby, dont blame Megan feeling the way she is doing as regards Andrew and every other
person. Megan feels that mumy should just be mumy and nothing else to anybody. However, she would not understand that mumy is a beautify woman and men will look at
her side.  Rose, horney there is nothing meaningful to me without you. Well when I
arrive Cumbria, I will really want to spend some time out there with you unless if you
dont oblidge.
 
Baby it will be nice if you can get to the office within this week and get this information
sent to me. I was really happy to read that you are better now. And I still wish you
a more healthy condition.
 
I am so glad that there was a quick kiss for me baby and I will appreciate more of it
horney.
 
Rose, you dont know how I feel about you. I love you so dearly baby and I will really
want to give it to you baby. Horney, please if you can, still write me back tonight and
I will be happy reading from you again.
 
Fond regards baby and still many more kisses for you Rose
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I'm still getting very tired early, so this may not be the best of letters!

Yes, you are probably right about Megan, it is difficult to realise that a mother is also a whole human being and a woman and who has a life outside of being just a mother.  I remember being so shocked when I was about 12 years old and I suddenly realised that my parents must have sex!  I knew about sex, but I thought that was for young people and people I thought were attractive, not for old plain people like my parents!  They should just be parents, I thought, not lovers.

Even Vincent, who wants me to bring a new daddy home for him, he just thinks about what a daddy could mean to him, and what a dad would do for him.  He doesn't think of this 'new dad' having any real relationship with ME!

Heather, however, is very different.  She is nearly 13 (she'll be 13 next month) and she is very realistic.  And practical.  She is very confident in herself, though (more confident that Megan who worries about her appearance and whether people like her; she's very outspoken, but a bit insecure inside herself), and maybe Heather's self-confidence also makes her think that other people should just get on and live their lives and do what they want to do as well.  I think, really, she is the child most like me.

It would be nice to spend some time with you, of course.  I do feel a bit pulled in two different ways at the moment, I feel close to you, but I also am having passion for the man I am seeing.  I can't make any decisions there, I don't want to give up either of you.  I expect that sounds very unfair, but that is the truth of what I am feeling.  I am probably being a bit bad because I have not told him you are coming.  But I just don't want any jealousies and possessiveness from him, I want to be more free than that.

Let's wait and see what happens. 

I need to go and buy some food tomorrow because we are very much running out of things, we did not even have the cooked meal tonight, but just egg mayonnaise baguettes and potato crisps, and that was the last of the eggs too.  So I might be a bit too tired after that to go round to the office, I'll see.  But if not, I will go on Friday.  I have Andrew coming to visit at some time on Friday, but he won't stay long, he just wants to tell me tell me about tax and charitable giving and give me a form or something for claiming tax back.

I'd better go to bed now, I'm so very tired!

Fond kisses
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
So nice you gathered yoursefl together once again to reply my letter from your too tired condition. Baby you are such a wonderful and pretty woman. Rose I love you.

I think Megan has very little or no idea what so ever about sex and it's
idealness to people such as her mum and therefore does not see any reason why
mum should have a boyfriend. I know for sure that with time she will come to
understand that mumy really deserves a boyfriend and sexual relationships. She
may still be too young to understand and it has not occured to her yet that
mum is a very beautiful and charming woman. Rose my horney I love you sweet
baby.

Yes horney Vincent's case is understandable because he has no much knowledge of
what daddy could mean but I think he will love everything about this new daddy
when he will begin to see the fall out of this new daddy. The most important
thing for now is that Vincent approves of wanting a new daddy and that is a right step in the new dispensation.

Horney, there is no doubt that Heather is like mumy, I remember I have told you
before that Heather from all indication seems the very best one that have taken
after you horney and that is exactly what it is. But never mind, Megan will
still grow up and come to understand every thing about herself and others.

I am so glad that you will really want to spend some time with me when I come.
That is nice of you baby. Why not horney I quite understand your passion for
the guy you are seeing right now. No problems just get on fine with him until
I come by all means try to keep yourself happy with him. I will advice that
you don't need to tell him of my coming until when I am in Cumbria. He does not
need to know that for now. Horney I dont think you will have to give up any
of us. Even when I am in Cubria and you still feel like having a time out with
the guy, why not, you can still do that baby. But I should be well attended
to when my time comes horney and may be from there, the final decision could
be made. Yes of course I hope this guy does not feel jealous and possessive when I come because for sure you deserve to be free more than
that.

You can go and buy things tomorrow and dont keep you food running out before
going to buy. If you are able to go to the office after buying your things,
that could be good but if not, make it on Friday and if you are able to send
me the information earlier enough, Jacob could be able to pick up the money
before closing hours on Friday. Yes what about Vicky? any news yet of her being
to the office and making the form available yet.

Horney Rose, my sweet horney I love you and I am going to lick up your pussy
fine when I come to Cumbria and suck all of you clit and lick your body baby.
Rose my love I love you from all my heart,
Fond regards horney and many more kisses for you baby
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello my horney Rose,
I hope you are ok. How is your health now. Were you able to go for the
buying of food as you intended to do today.  What about Iain did he
move as proposed and Megan doing fine with Iain and Suzy.

I know you must have been too tired to write. However, if you can write,
please baby let me read from you now if possible.
Have a sweet night horney with plenty of romanses therein.
I love you baby and sweet kisses for you horney
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I have been out this evening and have not long now been home, I've just said goodbye to Iain and Suzy who stayed here this evening to babysit Heather and Vincent.  I had a bit of a chat to Iain about things that have been happening, and he understands more now, and gave me a big hug, which was nice of him.

Vincent was very helpful getting some shopping in while I was unwell, but, of course, he could only buy what he could carry, so I did badly need to go to the supermarket in the car and collect more bulky and heavy things. 

So I did that this morning, and then had my little chat with Andrew after lunch, and then, I'm afraid I fell asleep for the rest of the afternoon.  It must have done me good though, because I was quite well enough to go out for a meal and some drinks tonight.

I'm having lunch with Barry tomorrow, so can go along with him to the office afterwards.  I know from him that Vicky has left now, but he tells me that she gave him the keys to her old personal drawer before she left, so that's alright, the form should still be in there.  I have decided to invest in a business with Barry, but not in saving the consultancy, but to go into something totally different together.  But I'll tell you more about that another time.

I've got some horses lined up next week to go and view, with the idea of buying one for me to learn on.  After that, we'll need to get Vincent a pony of his own, he is borrowing one of Melanie's at the moment, and doing very well with his riding, well enough to go for some slow rides out onto the hills.

It's the Airshow here this weekend.  Do you like airshows?  I'm hoping it's fine weather because it is a fun day out for everyone, though it will be strange without Pixie.  We've had some postcards from him now and he says he is having a wonderful time. He'll be flying back to England at the end of next week, though I'm not sure if he's coming straight home afterwards.  I'm really looking forward to him coming back, though, as I have so much to tell him.

Well, I'd better go to bed now, I am so tired it is hard to keep my eyes open.

Fond kisses
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
I have just read your mail now, however because of a very tight schedule
here, I do not have much time to write more than this few lines.

It is nice you were better yesterday and was able to go out for lunch and
have some drinks.  That shows my horney is bouncing back to her full self.
Horney, please I cannot write more than this for now because of the way things
are right now. I espect to read from you very soon horney with the information
sent.

I love airshows. When exactly is it coming up this weekend.

Fond regards horney and hoping to read from you asap. Kisses for my Rose.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I didn't go out to lunch yesterday, I said I was going out to lunch today.

The airshow is all over the weekend, tomorrow and Sunday, 10 til 5 both days.  I hope the weather stays good.

I went to the office, but the form wasn't in Vicky's old drawer, she must have accidentally taken it with the rest of her stuff.  I can't email her because I don't have her email address, but Barry knows where she lives, and says we can call there sometime next week.

Regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
I have just seen your last letter and I am very sorry that I could not write you until now.

How was your weekend? hope splendid. It is so nice that Vincent is already mastering riding on pony and almost on the verge of having his own pony. I am very happy to learn that you have also concluded having your own horse so that you can learn on her. Baby I did told you sometime that you could ride on horse if you really intend to. You will for sure have a fantastic balance on horse. Did you attend the airshow over the weekend? I love airshows very much, seeing aircrafts manouovering in the sky gives me much pleasure. It was interesting too that you finally received some post card from Pixie and from what you said Pixie is likely to arrive England later this week. That also is fine. What about Heather? hope she is fine.

Horney it was disapointing that you could not get the form in Vicky's old drawer and thank goodness Barry knows her place. Probably if you and Barry could visit her, there is the chance of your getting the form from her. I have Vicky's email address because he sent me an email while attempting to send the attachment of the form this is it xxxxxx@yahoo.co.uk you can email her if she could be on net, it will be easier for you to get to her otherwise, you may have to visit her together
with Barry. Horney it will be good for us if we are able to conclude on this by this week as I am due to leave Iraq on the 5th of August.

Baby I was so surprised that Vincent could go shopping himself while you were unwell.  That shows that my boy is begining to be the big boy he is. I never knew Vincent could like ponies. What has happened to his earlier interest of insect collection? is he still doing that? and by the way, did you still provided him with the insect collector.

Horney Rose, I love you and there is no moment that went by without my thought for you baby. I know one of these days, I will be in Cumbria to see my horney and give her all the love that she deserves. Baby I love you.

What about Matthew? is he really being of help to you in terms of the tax expertise advice. Baby you promised giving me an outline of the nature of business you tend to enter with Barry, what is it like, if you would'nt mind, tell me a little about it.

Horney I expect to read from you this evening or later in the night. How is your health now? I hope you are quite fit.
 
Fond regards baby and lot of kisses for my love Rose.
Richard.

To Vicky,Richard wrote:
Hello Vicky Matson,
I am Richard Finch, If you can remember, you were to send me a payment slip as was directed by
Amanda Wittaker, but the attachment did not come through even though you attempted to send it
several times.

So please all I want you to do for me right now is just write out the information as contained in the
form and send it to me via my email. The information so needed is just the Money Transfer Control Number
and senders name as it is written. Amanda have attempted to collect the form from your old drawer but
could not find it there.

So please Vicky, I will be glad if you do this for me.
Regards.
Richard Finch.

To Amanda, Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
How are you doing? I expected reading your letter yesterday but to no avail.
Hope you are ok baby.

Rose my love I am so much worried, I want to see you my love. I am being
tormented by your love horney Rose.

Baby, please if you are ok let me read from you this morning.
Rose, I want to suck your pussy and lick up your body horney, just put
your pussy right in my mouth so I could suck up your juicy pussy baby, I
love you.
Fond regards with kisses horney
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
I am worried I have not read from you. Are you ok.
Horney please let me read from you if you are there baby.
Kisses for you my love where ever you are.
Richard

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11b. Moving on - Part 2

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard,

I thought I told you I was out looking at horses to buy this week.  I'll attach a photo of the one we were seeing today, he's called Merlin.  He is very nice natured, but he does not have the best confirmation, I need to consider whether he is worth a vet check to see if that will cause him any problems, but I think I will wait until I have seen more.

Thank you for Vicky's email address, I wrote to her but I got a Yahoo Auto Response back which is saying:

"I am no longer using this email address.

Please address all communication to Barry Trevors, Kestrels Consultants."

So that was obviously just her work address.  And so we will have to go to her house when there is the time.

Yes, I went to both days of the Airshow. I'm not really very interested in planes, except the Red Arrows, but it's a nice day out with lots of stalls for the buying of things and good junk foods like donuts and chips and of course the hog roast, I love hog roasts, I had four!  And its nice for the children, they like running round doing things.  Megan came and found me on the Sunday, she seems very happy, she had to go off and work in the evening though.

I think Vincent has forgotten about insects at the moment, he's of the age where he tries things for a while and then tries something different. His interest in horses might just be a fad too, but there's always a good market for ponies, so if he loses interest, we can sell his pony.  Not that we've got him one yet!  But I have an appointment to see one, Shannon I think he is called.

That is what Barry and I intend to go into, trading in horses. He is very knowledgeable and he thinks I will provide the caring touch with mothers who come to buy horses and ponies for their children.  He thought we could specialise in 'bombproof' horses and ponies for beginners.  We have found some land and stables that we are hoping to buy.  It will all take much time to set up, but also has the advantage that, if she wants to, Heather can take over when she leaves school, and that will be a nice little business for her to run.  All she cares about is horses, so she may as well make her living from it.

I didn't tell Barry I'd seen Andrew.  He was only explaining to me about covenanted giving, though now I'm not too sure because I don't think I want to commit myself to one charity in that way, even though they would get a third more money by it.

Will you be glad to leave Iraq?

Yes, thank you, I'm totally better now, back to normal.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney
It is nice reading from you. Yes I know you were going to be out this week
looking at horses to buy. I saw the photo of Merlin and he really is very nice
looking but you just have to carry out a vet check to be sure of him. You just
have to be patient until you have seen more really.

Yes, The yahoo auto response from Vicky's email address says it all that
Vicky is no longer working with the firm and that the email address is just
a work email address. I guess the best thing to do now is to make out time
and try to see Vicky and collect this form from her.

It was nice you were at the airshow attending both days. It must have been
lots of fun there with lots of stalls for the buying of things and good
junk foods available. I like hog roasts myself but it is very good for the
children. Oh nice Megan called to meet you there on sunday. Thank goodness
Megan is happy now. Probaly she is enjoying her stay with Iain and Suzy.

Rose my baby you are really thinking it big. Horse trading is a very good
venture and can be profit oriented if well managed. Yes, of course, you will
for sure provide the caring touch which mothers that will be visiting to buy
ponies for their children will need. Also specialising in in 'bombproof' horses
and ponies for beginners is a good idea. It is nice you have already seen
land and stables that could be bought for it. Yes for sure it will
definately turn out to be Heathers business in teature because of her very early
interest in ponies and horses.

Baby you just have to keep the Andrew thing within yourself and dont tell
Barry about it so that you both can really concentrate in the horse and ponies
trading business without distraction. I dont see how covenanted giving would
get a third more money.

Oh yes baby, I will be so glad to leave Iraq if for any reason to see my
horney Rose in Windermere. Horney I am in the most haste to leave Iraq
to come and see you, but because of this United Nation Call ups. It
would have been much more easier for my to leave Iraq if this consignment
have departed London so that a permision would have been granted for me
to leave. However, the days of our stay in Iraq is numbered. We have been
so bussy these few days because of the visit of United States Defence
Secretary to Iraq.

Horeny Rose, I want to advice that you make out time to see Vicky
as soon as possible to avoid her misplacing this form and to send
me the information before the weekend so that arrangement to move
the consignment could be done before my departure from Iraq.

Horney Rose I am very happy that you are back to normal and
by the time I come to Cumbria I will have a real good time with
my horney. Horney, I observed that you no longer give me blown out
kisses any more hope no problems doing that to me. Rose I love you.

Fond regards baby and many more kisses for you
Richard.

Macbeth wrote:
ST JAMES SECURITY
Diplomatic Courier Services
 
Attn:Amanda LITTLETON
 
Re  Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206
 
We wish to inform you that your consignment has overstay here with us and we will advice you to do all you can to get your consignment cleared to enable us deliver your consignment to your doorstep as schedule.We will advice you to get Mr Richard finch to come down here and get your consignment if you are not ready to send the 800 GBP for the delivering of your consignment.we will advice you to get us the funds as soon as possible to enable us proceed and deliver your consignment to your doorstep.We will be waiting for your response.

 
Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Oliver

I have sent the money, but Mr Finch's associate, Mr Harns, seems to lack the necessary identification to pick it up.

Therefore I suggest that you address this issue with either Mr Finch or Mr Harns.

Regards
Amanda Littleton

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard,

With covenant donations, the Government repays to the charity the tax that the giver has paid on their income or savings.  You can read about it here (it is an old article, but explains how it works):

http://www.alastairmcintosh.com/articles/1983_covenants.htm

Barry and I drove out to Vicky's house yesterday evening, but there was no one at home.  I should have taken pen and paper and then I could have put a note through her door, but I didn't think to take that with me.

This is all so silly anyway, when Mr Harns does not need that number for collection in this country, not for a UK to UK transaction.  There is something very wrong if he does not have the identification.  I'm fed up with running around just because he has some secrets about his lack of identification.

I have told you that (a) I have a local boyfriend, and (b) You are not my type.  So I don't really feel much like sending kisses at the moment.  You are a very nice personality, but sexual attraction is very important to me, and I don't feel that in your direction, it is no offence, but you are the very opposite of what attracts me.

I'm going to see more horses today!  I may have found a pony for Vincent too, he is called Shannon and is very sweet.

Fond regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
Thanks for your mail which was very explanatory. Especially in the area of not sending
me kisses any more. I do feel you have every right to your openion and I do not feel
bad in any way about it. If your local boyfriend is such that gives you the right
sexaul attraction that is equally good for you baby.

Yes I think the vovenant donations is a good thing if it repays tax that the giver
has paid on their income or savings because everybody wants to avoid paying of
taxes to the bearest minimum. Are you going into it right.

It is so sad that you made that trip to Vicky's house but could not achieve any success. It would have been very nice if you had taken pen and paper along to put a
note through her door. All the same, I  feel that this is taking too long
already. Now one thing you must understand, is that I do not feel too confortable
that Vicky is keeping that paymen slip with her for so long now.

Jacob Harns have tried severally to pick up the money but each time he is often asked
to feel in an mtcn which he could not provide. Jacob Harns has nothing to hide what
soever. Every other demand  was met but for the mtcn. If you had just written out
the mtcn when you collected the top copy and just wrote it out in your mail to me it
will have been over by now. I received a mail from Oliver Machbeth warning me of
the continued stay of the consignment in their custody and I promised him the
consignment will be picked up any moment. Since you have known Vicky's house, I think
you can still take a trip yourself to Vicky's house in the shortest possible time.

The picture of Merlin you sent to me showed Merlin a very fine and sweet pony. May be
you can still get something better than that too.

Horney Rose just take good of yourself.
Fond regards and kisses.
Richard

Macbeth wrote:
ST JAMES SECURITY
Diplomatic Courier Services
 
Attn:Amanda LITTLETON
 
Re  Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206
 
I was in contact with Mr Richard Finch of Overseas Credit commission inrespect
of your consignment with us and told him you said you have paid the fee. He
confirmed that you paid, but however the money could not be picked up
because you did not provide Jacob Harns with the needed information to
collect the money such as the mtcn.
 
I wish to advice that you get back to Mr Richard Finch with the needed mtcn
as he has said the money can not be picked up without the mtcn which I feel
is neccessary you send to him. Note, you have to do this within the shortest possible time.

 
Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Oliver

An MTCN is not needed for a UK to UK Western Union transfer.

I am not responsible for Mr Harn's ineptitude.

Regards
Amanda Littleton

Macbeth wrote:
ST JAMES SECURITY
Diplomatic Courier Services
 
Attn:Amanda LITTLETON
 
Re  Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206
 
I can't understand why you are saying this. If you have actually sent the money, it is only good you send him the mtcn if that is all
that is required to collect the money. MTCN is neccessary to collect it or else you are tempting me to say you did not send the
money in the first place.I have not seen anywhere anybody can collect money from western union without giving the mtcn. I advice you to send him the mtcn if that is the only thing holding this shipment because your consignment has stayed hear for too long and it is begining to attract some attention from the authorities here. If for any reason you do not want to send it to him, you can send it to me so that I can confirm it from the internet and once the money is there, delivery will be made You have to do this immediately without further delay.
 

Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Oliver,

Don't be silly.  See the attached leaflet.

Also go to:

http://www.westernunion.co.uk/WUCOMWEB/staticMid.do?method=load&pagename=faqSecurity

and read under 1. What can I do to protect myself?  Fourth bullet point down.

Regards
Amanda Littleton

Macbeth wrote:
ST JAMES SECURITY
Diplomatic Courier Services
 
Attn:Amanda LITTLETON
 
Re  Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206
 
How are you? I got your email and attached leaflet of the western union.I just want to ask you some question.You sent this money to Mr Hans right? The person you sent the money to said he needs the control numbers to pick up the money and you are with holding it.why did you send the money then to him? If you can not release the control number to them OK sent it to me so that i can confirm it on line that the funds are with the western union then i can deliver your consignment.
 
However,since you sent the money to him and he needs the control number to pick up the money ,why don't you give it to him? He is the one you sent the money to and he said he needs the MTCN to pick it up.I don't understand why you don't want to give him that numbers.I will advice you to give him the MTCN since he needs it to pick the money up ,why don't you just give it to him?
 
I will be waiting to read your response.
 
 
Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Amanda Rose wrote:
Dear Mr Oliver

Yes, I sent the money to Mr Harns.

However, he is LYING when he says he needs the MTCN.  Western Union themselves say that he does not.

It says on their leaflet that he does not need the MTCN.

It says on their website that he does not need the MTCN.

Read this carefully:

I EVEN SIGNED A FORM AT THE WESTERN UNION PLACE TO SAY I WOULD NOT GIVE THE MTCN TO ANYBODY.

So just stop your silliness.

Please do not write to me again.  I don't like you.  I don't want to receive your mails.

If you write to me again, I shall merely return your mails to you, unanswered.

Go away, Mr Oliver.

Amanda

Amanda Rose wrote:
Richard,

I suggest that you tell that horrible and totally ignorant Mr Oliver to stop bothering me.

He is SO stupid.

I don't believe he is a real worker for a courier company at all.

I still think he is a fake.

Courier companies do not employ people like that.  He doesn't even know how to write English!

He is a laughing matter.

I'm fed up with all this.

Amanda

Macbeth wrote:
ST JAMES SECURITY
Diplomatic Courier Services
 
Attn:Amanda LITTLETON
 
Re  Consignment tagged diplomatic lugagge 122 withRef:No1226/X42/206
 
REGARDS YOUR EMAIL,I HAVE FIND OUT THAT YOU HAVE NEVER SENT ANY MONEY.YOU ARE LYING.I WILL MAKE SURE I HANDOVER YOUR CONSIGNMENT TO THE POLICE FOR INVESTIGATION BECAUSE I DON'T THINK THAT YOU ARE THE RIGHTFUL OWNER OF THIS CONSIGNMENT.
 
HOWEVER ,YOU ARE FULL OF CRABS ,AND NON SENSE,DO YOU KNOW WHY I TOLD YOU THAT?BECAUSE IN ANY WESTERN UNION YOU MUST USE MTCN TO COLLECT THE MONEY SENT,IF YOU DON'T HAVE IT THEY WILL NEVER PAY YOU. YOU CLAIM THAT YOU SEND MONEY TO SOME ONE AND YOU REFUSE GIVING THE MTCN TO THE PERSON,THAT YOU ARE PROTECTING YOURSELF.FORM WHO?THE MAN YOU SENT MONEY TO?YOU ARE PROTECTING THE MONEY .THAT MEANS YOU DID NOT SEND ANY MONEY TO ANYBODY .I WILL INVITE THE POLICE FOR INVESTIGATION OF THIS CONSIGNMENT.

 
Yours faithfully
macbeth oliver
Cargo Manager

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

That silly little Mr Oliver is writing to me again, so I just sent his letter back to him.

He now wants to take the consignment to the police himself, though, so it can be investigated to see who it really belongs to.

So that's a relief.  That is exactly what I was going to do anyway, so it really saves the time and trouble if he does it instead.  I'm so glad.

I got the Western Union form from Vicky yesterday, but there's no point sending you and Mr Harns the details now, not now the consignment isn't going to be delivered.  I don't have a delivery fee to pay any more!  So I'll just go into Kendal first thing this morning and get the money back myself.

I'm glad it's all got sorted, I wish I'd told Mr Oliver to take it to the police himself in the first place, I never thought of that!

Regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
My baby I have just been so bussy putting finishing touches to my assignment here
and will be in London by the weekend.

How is everybody out there? hope no problems what so ever. I know Oliver was going to
communicate you inrespect of the consignment because I was no where to be found and
after he wrote me the first mail warning of the continued stay of the consignment
in thier custody. There is nothing to be worried about it. He can not do anything
of such without my consent.

It is nice you were able to get the form from Vicky horney and that is going to
conclude everything. Oliver cannot hand over the consignment to the police to
investigate you because you did not handover the consignment to him for shipment.
There is no way he can do anything without my consent. I told him to hold on for
me because though you have paid for the shipment but the money has not been picked
up because of the needed information.  So he cannot do anything about the consignment
without my instructions.

Now horney it is a good thing that you have gotten the form from Vicky, all you owe
me now is to just send me the information and I will forward it to Jacob Harns to pick
the money and shipment will be made. I know you will not want Mr. Oliver to do
the delivery. The moment Harns picks up the money and informs me, I will be in
London get to Olivers office get the consignment myself and leave immediately for
Manchester. So please horney Rose send me the information immediately you receive
this mail and please do not communicate again with Oliver. As soon as I Harns picks
up the money, I will be in London and give Mr. Oliver a surprise by picking the
consignment from their vault.

Where you able to buy the pony for Vincent?  What was Vincent's reaction of having
a pony to himself. Heather must be very happy having her younger brother riding his
own pony too. That is nice. How is Megan fairing with Iain hope they are doing
fine. Horney I have missed reading your letters for some times now. Are you still
keeping to the plan of horse trading with Barry. I must say it is a good venture.

Hope your weekend was nice and loaded with fun. Baby, I am going to be in Cumbria
any moment and I will be happy to see all of you out there.

Horney Rose please endeavor to send me the information immediately you receive this
letter so that everything will be done. The bigest problem I have now is that I dont
trust Mr Oliver. If he gets to know that there is money inside that consignment, I
wonder what he will intend to do..  Please Rose just give me the information the
moment you receive my letter. Please for now, Ignore any letter from Oliver my horney.

Fond regards baby and kisses for you. How is your boyfriend, hope he also is fine.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Oh, well you'll have to tell Mr Oliver to do what he intended to do, and hand over the consignment to the police.  I just assumed that he was going to do what he said, so I went to Kendal first thing this morning, and went and got the money back out.  I did ask again while I was there about whether an MTCN was needed to pick up the money, and they still said No, not for a UK to UK transfer, so you and Mr Harns were totally wrong.

Anyway, it doesn't matter now.  Tell Mr Oliver to take the consignment to the police. Like I said, I should have thought of that myself in the first place.

Yes, everything is fine here and continuing to plan!  I've bought a nice pony called Shannon for Vincent, and he will be arriving later in the week.  There's being a vet check on the cob, Merlin, this afternoon, and I'll have him if the vet says he is sound.  The solicitor is taking care of the land purchase.  And yes, Megan is still most happy living with Iain and Suzy, she is working quite a lot this month, making some money for herself.

Pixie arrives back this evening, so he is joining us for food and drinks, and Megan is coming too, after work, she is longing to see him.  I'm just doing a relaxed buffet style meal, and I've got a lot of Belgian blonde beer in, because it is quite hot today, and that will be fun.

So, all in all, it is a very happy day!

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
 
Well if you insist, I will pick up the consignment from Oliver when I arrive London. Oliver
can never give up the consignment to police without my consent. It will never happen.
 
If you have finally opted out, ok. I will take the consignment for myself. Financially I am
ok. but as it is now, I will have to hand over the money to some charity home and that is
all about it.  I do not feel anything bad about it. 
 
I must have to tell you something.  If the relationship I have built with you is only crumbling
because Oliver told you what he siad which I am not even mindfull of, and you decided to
not to pay for the shipment o.k and taking your money for the shipment back, that shows
I have been building my intended relationship on a crumbling ground.
 
I have communicated Oliver and  the consignment will be picked tomorrow by Jacob and
upon my arrival, I will decide what I will have to do with it.  For sure you have opted out
and I am ok with that.  I will for sure have some of the money for myself and give out to
the charity because that is where I belong.
 
When I arrive London, I will write you and let you know what I have done with it.
 
I am alright and I hope you are.
 
Regards.
 
Richard Finch

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard,

Oh, it was Mr Oliver who told me that he was going to take the money to the police.  So I thought I may as well get the delivery fee back, if it wasn't needed.  Otherwise, I would have sent you the details of the Western Union form today quite unnecessarily, and then we would have got into a right muddle!

I still think you ought to report the money to the police first, but if they can't trace the rightful owner, then I think it is a lovely idea to give it to a charity.  How wonderful!  That will be so lovely for the charity.  Which one are you thinking of?

I make regular donations to several charities, whichever one catches my eye at the moment, really.  The latest one was to the Buduburam Refugee Camp in Ghana, where there is a programme to provide the schoolchildren with a free of cost nutritious midday meal every school day.  Poor children in this country get free meals at school every day, and I'm sure it helps them learn well, as well as taking the burden of provision away from their parents who do not have much money for food.  So I thought that a wonderful idea for the children (and parents) at Buduburam too.

Did I tell you about Shannon, the pony I'm buying for Vincent?  He is so lovely, and he is arriving later this week.  I've just had an email too from the vet who did the vet check on Merlin, the horse I liked with the sloping back.  The vet says that his spine is sound, and it will just make a very comfortable armchair-like ride for me, and he can certainly recommend him.  So Merlin it will be then!  I'm so excited!

Well, I must get on because I need to get the dogs fed before Pixie arrives.  Heather and Vincent came home early and are all washed and changed and helping prepare some salads.  We are going to have such a fun evening.  Megan should get here about 8.00 or 8.30 I should think.

Glad you are well - I'm sure it will be a shock to arrive back in rainy old England!  Though actually it has been quite nice today.

All good wishes for dispensing of the money, I do think that is a marvellous idea!

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
I have just been able to read your mail just a few miniutes back. Yes Mr. Oliver told
you he was going to turn over the consignment to the police, but I still feel that was
not enough for you to have decided to cancel sending the delivery fee. I still feel you
should have heard from me before taking such decision because Mr. Oliver has no knowledge
of what is contained in the consignment and he has no legal right to turn it to the police.  I am the shiper and if any such thing has to be done, it should be done by with
my authority and nobody else.  Mr. Oliver cannot and can never turn the consignment to
the police he was only saying what he said to just quicken the delivery.
However horney, I still feel delivery can still be made to you and you are the only person that can turn over the consignment to the police. So therefore horney, upon a
second thought, I still want you to arrange and send the delivery fee so that I will
bring in the consignment myself and together we turn it over to the police if you so
wish. I think it is unfair for me to just do what I have proposed to do without your
presence. So horney Rose do please arrange to send the delivery fee as soon as you can.

We shall be leaving Iraq on Frinday for Singapore from where we shall connect a flight
to London on Saturday or Sunday.

Yes I know it will be Merlin. He was a delight to behold. When I saw him I knew for sure
it was going to be Merlin. So which one is it now? is it going to be Shannon for Vincent
and Merlin for you or just Merlin alone. It is quite some days now but I hope you did had
a splendid evening on Monday as I surpose. Megan was equally present. Has Pixie finally
arrived. My regards to him then.

Yes baby Rose I am well and you too? I have actually been longing to get back to my
old same England. The rains are not new I am used to them.

Horney Rose, do you think I will  dispensing  the money without you being present?
I can never do a thing like that I was Only shocked by your idea of holding back the
delivery fee because the little brat Oliver just said he was going to turn over the
consignment to the police. I was of the opinion that if Oliver said such a thing, you
ought to have contacted me first before such an action.  Any way, horney, please arrange
to send the delivery fee immediately so that upon my arrival I will pickup the consignment and do the delivery myself.

Fond regards horney and very sorry for writing you late.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
Are you there, please let me read from you horney it is important I hear from you baby.
Richar

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I don't really suppose there is much point me writing to you today if you are flying to Singapore.

I just haven't had time earlier; Shannon, the pony I bought for Vincent, arrrived yesterday, and then Merlin today, and I just seem to have been running around everywhere!  Megan has been here a bit this afternoon as well, she's mostly been visiting Pixie.  She has the day off from work today.

I suppose I could still have the money delivered here, if you dont want to see to it yourself.  But I'm not going through that Western Union thing again.  Can't the delivery fee be paid by Cash on Delivery?  Or the payment made by a cheque in the normal manner?  It is silly messing around with other things as if we were immigrants who had just arrived in this country and were still doing things like the poor parts of the world does.

Anyway, I wish you a safe flight and a good journey home.

Fond regards
Rose

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12. A problem with names

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
I arrived 5.45 pm yesterday after a delayed departure from Singapore airport to the warm
embrace of my daughters in Heathrow airport.

Horney I am really happy to be back in London after quite a long time out of Britain. It
is quite good to be back here at home after a good period out of London. I saw your last
letter yesterday upon my arrival but because of the prolonged flight schedule, I was so
tired to sit on my computer.

I am quite happy that everybody is fine. Nice  Shannon and Merlin are already at home.
So how is it going to look like? are you still going to have Hether's pony, Shannon and
Merlin kept in Melanie's place or you already have a stable for them. Nice too Megan
was around though she made most of the visit to her favourite place that is talking of
Pixie's house.

What about Barry, Pamella, Vicky and all that nice guys in your formal company I hope
they are doing well. How is your boyfriend? Rose I dont know his name hope you will
won't mind.

Horney yes I was with Mr Oliver about half an hour ago. We had a meeting with his boss
about the consignment and I was told that the consignment has gained some demurrage
because of it's long stay in their vault and the total demurrage was calculated to cost
1,500 GBP. However, after our discussion they agreed to grant us a waiver of 800 GBP
leaving us to pay 700 GBP. So if you add this together with the cost of shipment, we are
to pay 1,500 GBP which is supposed to be paid before the end of work tomorrow so that
the consignment will be picked up from their valt for departure for Manchester by
tomorrow or Wednesday. Mr Oliver that hopeless full did all he could do to see that we
were not granted waiver for the demurrage charges but for the intervention of his boss
Ambassador Owens.

In the light of the above horney you are to send !,500 GBP for the payment of the
charges through an account that will be provided by Ambassador Owens. Horney We just
have to do this immediately to enable me be in Windermere by Thursday with the consignment and the delivery man which I dont think could still be Mr. Oliver.  Horeny
I will be going to New York by Friday next week to present my report at the United
Nations Head Quaters in New York. I only opted out travelling to New York now because
of the consignment and some personal issues that I needed to attend to.

So horney in my next mail, I will furnish you with the account after I have received
it from the Ambassador. Baby Rose it is important I remind you that you do not
have to send the money through the same bank you paid the money in the first time so
as to avoid any delays this might cause us. Just go to your other bank and pay the
money and endeavor to send me a scan copy of the transaction slip.

Horney Rose, I still feel very much in need of your love horney though I do not look
quite like the type of person you will want, but I still love you horney.  If all goes
well, I will be in Cumbria on Thursday. Horney I am trying my best to gain back some
of my suptious meals which I have been missing since travelling to Iraq and for that,
I have not made it to the office yet. Jacob Harns resumed work this morning in my house
and he is looking fine too.

My regards to Pixie, Vincent, Hether and Megan. Please do have a nice day horney and
get back to me immediately you read this baby. Rose, I love you and nothing can take
it away from me.

Fond regards baby and sincere kisses for you my love.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

This is just a quick note because I'm in the middle of making lunch, but you're quite right, I can use my other bank, that's the Nat West to make the payment.  I've also got an account at the Yorkshire Building Society, but they can be a bit stuffy at the best of times, so I'd be better to use the Nat West.

It's a nuisance the fee has gone up, but if that's what it costs, then that's what it costs, thank you for getting the waiver.

I do want to see you still.  Even if you do look like you've just walked out of the 1960s!  You are still nice inside!

I can't stop.  I will write more when I have more time.

Fond kisses
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
I have just received a mail from Ambassador Owen Sherwood inrespect of the payment.
Please find the information in the forwarded mail. Make the payment first thing tomorrow
morning and send me a scan copy of the transaction form for Ambassador Owen.
 
Horney, I am having a nice time out with friends and I am still out of bed for some time
you can email me back Rose.
 
Fond regards horney and many more kisses for you baby
Richard

----------------------------------------

Dear: Richard Finch
 
How are you? Please i am sorry ,i have been very busy that was why i am sending the account details latelly .Note the account informations below and act accordingly
 

Bank Name:lloyds TSB.
Account No:xxxxxxxx
sort Code:30-xx-95
account name:J.J Jerome
IBAN:GBxx LOYD xxxx xxxx xxxx xx

I will be waiting for your response.
 
Yours Sincerely,
Ambassador Owen Sherwood

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
 
What is the situation right now have you been able to pay the charges horney please
let me have your response now.
 
Horney have you been able to pay the fee? it is very important I hear from you now.
 
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
How are you doing? hope you are fine horney. Ambassador Owen has just contacted
me about the payment for the consignment release and despatch.
I am waiting to hear from you horney. Hope no problems Rose. Do please
let me read from you baby.
Fond regards my pretty Rose.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Horeny,
 
What is the situation? were you able to make the payment today?
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
 
What is the matter of not heard from you. Are you ok horney.
 
Any problems?
 
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Sorry I missed all your mails, I didn't even switch on the PC yesterday.

Who is Ambassador Owen Sherwood?  Where is he Ambassador for?  It seems to me that he has a joke name, so what is this all about, and who is J J Jerome?

I'm not comfortable with this, and I think that the best solution, now that you are back in this country, is that you drive up and I hand you the money myself.  That will save any potential problems with joke-name Ambassadors and his friends. 

I'm free weekdays now, of course, so just suggest a date and we can get this all sorted.

How are you enjoying the weather back here?!!

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
 
I was very worried when I could not read from you all through yesterday until now.
 
Yes, Ambassador Owen Sherwood is the Ambassador incharge of all Diplomatic Delivery
under the auspices of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe and Africa.
All Diplomatic Delivery within Europe and Africa is under his office and your consignment
is coming through Diplomatic means.  J. J. Jerome is the account name which he
sent to me and I dont think that is any problem.
 
For reasons of policy I cannot on my own come and pick up the money myself. So horney,
there is nothing to be worried about all this just make the payment with the account as
was given and that will be ok. It was a good sugestion you made but for now it is not
possible.  Horney Rose it is important that you make out time tomorrow morning and
make the payment.
 
Oh well I am enjoying every bit of the moment for sure now and taking my time to prepare
for the report I have to make in New York somtime by next week.
 
How is everybody out there? Please Rose make sure the payment is made tomorrow so
that we can conclude with this as soon as possible to avoid further delays.
 
My regards to everybody out there.
 
Fond regards baby with kisses.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
Please ensure that this payment is made tomorrow because it is very important this
consignment leaves thier vault before the weekend.
Do not be worried of anything, there is not going to be any problem I asure you.
Fond regards
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
I expected your reply to my last letter yesterday. How are you doing?

Yes horney I did informed you that you have to make the payment with the
account information as was provided by Ambassador Owen Sherwood. There is
no problem what soever with the name of the Ambassador and J. J. Jerome the
account name. Ambassador Owen is just an Ambassador designate and not an
Ambassador for any country. We do not have any problems with that.

Horney it is high time we concluded with this matter. If you have not been able to
make the payment up till now, please see that this is done to avoid further delays.

How about the children? Megan is at work today? what about my body Vincent hope
he is doing fine too. Hether must have been very used to Firefly by now. Have you
tried to ride on Merlin? and how was your experience like.

Rose please get back to me immediately with the news that you have made the
payment. Ambassador Owen Sherwood emailed me about three hours ago to know the
situation and I told him I will get back to him.

Looking forward to reading from you immediately.
Fond regards horney.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

There really is someone with the name J J Jerome?  It sounds like some sort of 'Three Men in a Boat' joke!

It is no good you saying hurry, hurry, hurry.  That money is not even intended for me, so I'm just being a helpful person here, and it might be that the police or the rightful owner of the money does not even compensate me for what I spend on this.  But, really, I have no interest in receiving it, except to be of help, and so I am not going to drop everything and change my life, and run round doing this.  I have already made the delivery payment once, and if Mr Harns had had had proper identification this would have already been sorted, and at a cheaper price.

There must be something secret about Mr Harns' life, as I have never before heard of anyone in this country not having the proper identification, except for people who are here illegally.  I know you have said no, that is not so, but it does not seem to occur to you that Mr Harns could be telling you lies.

Anyway, I will go to the bank next week and pay for this, but not before, as there are other things I am doing right now.  Please bear in mind, also, that the children are on their summer holidays right now, and I make a priority of spending time with them.

Yes, of course I have been riding Merlin, it is great fun.  Megan, you may remember, is not living here anymore, she is living with Iain and Suzy, so I have not the faintest idea whether she is at work or not.

Regards
Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
Yes you have said it all, I was really in hurry because of my busy schedule also.

I also agree with you that you are not totally convinced that the consignment is
yours even though it bears your grand father's name which is enough to make
you feel reluctant to receiving it. It was also a good idea you raised of handing
it over to the police if after you are satisfied that it does not belong to you,
but to my mind, you are the owner or if not, you could be traceable to the
rightful owner that is why I have been insisting on my part that you first of all
receive it and if otherwise, we can together hand it over to the police.
I want you also to understand that when we arrive Windermere with the consignment,
even if the consignment does not belong to you, every dinne you have spent on it
will be taken away and given back to you first before it will be handed over to the
police if you so desire.

Horney, as for Jacob Harns, I do not want to start probing his nationality or
identify.  To me he has all identity but that also is his own cup of tea. We cannot
be drawn back because of all of that.  It is good you will make the payment through
the bank to the courier company themself once and for all so that every thing will
be ok. I have always said it from the begining that I will not at any time want to
impose on you, but you will agree with me that this has taken some time now and
having in mind the recent demurrage charges that the consignment was subjected to
that is why I seem to be in hurry to avoid further sur-charges. It is good you
will make the payment by next week, but I will advice that it should be the very
early part of next week so that we can conclude before my trip to US.

Horney I quite agree with you. Really the children deserve more time with you since
they are on holidays.  I have always been appreciating your care for the children
and I am really happy about that.

It is great you have been riding Merlin and I know it must be great fun. I hope
you have out grown the fear of falling off. Ok, I think I know Megan is with
Iain and Suzy I was only thinking you may know whether she should be working
by now or not.

Horney Rose I love you and yes I do. I know too well that one of these days we
shall see ourselfs.  Horney you did not tell me the name of your boyfriend or may
be I do'nt deserve to know. ok.

I will contact Ambassador Owen about your intention to pay next week and ask him
to wait for us.

Fond regards baby and many more kisses for my horney.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello My love Rose,
 
How are you doing baby. It is Friday and we are getting ready  for another busy and sweet
weekend here in London. I must confess that isn't going to bee as sweet as when I
have an outing with you my baby.  However I know soon and very soon I will be seeing
you. What plans do you have for the weekend.
 
My horney Rose, even though you have made it know to me that I do not particular appeal your sexual desire, I am still developing hot pants for you baby and how I wished
everything worked out for me. I am still happy of the fact that you still want to see me
and when that happens, anything can happen. Horney I am already getting jealous of
your boyfriend.
 
Horney I love you baby and how I wished you felt as I feel. Horney Rose you are my
number one and nobody takes it away from you baby. I blow out a kiss for you horney
Rose.  I intend to get myself prepared for the trip to New York when coming to
Windermere by next week so that after the delivery of the consignment, I will stay for
a while in Windermere and from there make my journey to US through Manchester.
This however will depend on your approval.  If you can approve of this, I will have you
make an arrangement for a hotel for me and immediately we arrive after you have signed
the delivery note for the Currier man I will move into my hotel and spend sometime with
visits to your house as may be approved by you and see Pixie and other good people
out there.
 
Rose, now that the children are on holidays please avoid much work or things like
as I know you will be much concerned with giving attention to the children to avoid
your being over worked so that by next week when I come, I will meet a really fit Rose.
 
What about Barry? are still in touch with him? OK, both of you have this horse trade
proposal together so I am sure he will always be in touch.
 
Baby, please if you are less busy try to reach me.  I love reading from you.
 
Fond regards horney with much of kisses for you Roseeeee.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Thank you for your mails, I'm only just home after visiting the lawyer about the land I'm buying, all seems to be going well, and we hope to have a completion date for the end of this month or maybe the beginning of the next. It's only £65,000, which isn't bad, seeing it includes stables and piped water.

Well, to answer your questions about the name of my boyfriend, and whether I've seen Barry lately, I guess I have a confession to make (and maybe then you will also understand why Megan got so angry about it all, though she has calmed down a lot now, she still doesn't really approve in principle, but she says she now understands) - the boyfriend and Barry are the one and the same person.

Yes, I entered a relationship with Barry.  It just sort of happened when I was leaving Kestrels, after I realised I was leaving, it suddenly struck me that, for all my teasing of him, I was really going to miss him.  I think he realised the same about me at the same time.

I felt a bit awful about it at first, because he is still married to his wife, but we have long talked all that out, and their relationship was cold long before this, and she had already talked of getting divorced, really they were just staying together so he could support their children.  Since then, I've actually been to talk to her, and she basically gives her blessing, and does want a divorce, as long as Barry makes provision for the children, and gets them a decent house of their own to live in. So that is going ahead, he already has his house on the market and she is looking for a cottage of her own, and will divorce him on grounds of adultery, to get the divorce through quicker.

For the sake of his children, who are too young to know too much, he is still living there, but is spending some nights here too.  Heather is totally in love with him and insists on calling him Dad.  Vincent is a bit more cautious, he says he wants to make sure that Barry will stay around before he looks at him like a Dad, and says he will do that when we get married or Barry moves in permanently, whichever happens first.  Like I say, Megan says she understands now.  Iain is polite, but I don't think he can quite believe anyone wants his old Mum, he's of that sort of age where he can't believe that anyone over the age of 40 is capable of anything except watching the TV or cleaning the house or doing the shopping.

My plans for the weekend depend very much on the weather!  I'm still going to dog training on Saturday mornings, of course, but apart from that, we just all hope to get some good riding in.  Barry and his current wife have four horses, plus the two ponies, and he's now moved his favourite to Melanie's land, along with mine, for convenience.

I would still like to meet you, but I imagine that just a brief visit, maybe for the afternoon, would be most appropriate.

Of course the money is not mine!  My legal name is Amanda Morrison.  I expect it really belongs to some relative of the scientist, Dr Littleton.  He should be easy for the police to contact.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
 
I have just read your letter. It is very nice you are already making all that arrangement for
for the horse trading. I hope it is settled as soon as possible so that you have the land
for the stables and piped water.  It is a great venture and it is going to be real in deed.
 
So Barry is the lucky man that have you. That is ok. When you were always telling
me of you and Barry going out for drinks, I knew something like that will materialise.
It is good and I like it.
 
It is also good that Megan is understanding the whole thing.  Mumy has somebody that
really loves her and willing to marry her.  It is important that the divorce takes place as
soon as possible especially on the ground of  adultery so that it can be settled quicker.
 
Your weekend plans are ok. Go for riding to perfect you siting on Merlin.
 
I had dinner with my friends and have just taken time to write you horney.
 
Baby I love you Rose. I will be ok  with just a moment with you. I lick your pussy and
bear you on my hands for a moment and that is good for me to take care of my memory
of you for a good time of my life horney.
 
Please you must encorage Barry to provide very well for the children before you settle with
him.
 
I will write and tell you more when next I write you.
 
Rose, baby I love you and I will just do anything to have you.  Baby have a nice weekend
and always remember me.  Rose I must cum for you even at this point baby.
 
Please Rose ignore all odds and see that you are able to make the payment by
Monday next week to enable me see to the delivery before my trip to USA.
 
Rose baby I love you horney and I will be pleased after licking your pussy horney.
 
I will write more later.
 
Fonrd regards my pretty Rose until when I see you next week.
Richard

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13. Megan goes missing
 
Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I think I am just stressed and exhausted.  Yesterday was a Heather's 13th birthday, and we had a very nice day, and then Megan joined us in the evening, after work, for Heather's birthday meal.  All was well until Megan suddenly announced she was going to Nigeria to visit her Nigerian (male) penfriend, who she thinks is in love with her.  I said no way was she going to Nigeria, it was too dangerous, and she said I could not stop her.

And no I can't, of course, not without a court order, which takes time, and she could go before then.  It was still Heather's birthday and I didn't want to spoil it, so I let the subject drop until Heather went to bed, but then Megan and I ended up arguing until about 4.30 in the morning, when I took her home.

In the end, I said that if she went, then it would be the end of any allowance from me, and she would not then be able to afford to live with Iain and would have to come back here, and I would indeed make her a Ward of Court, and she could forget about her year's travel to the other side of the world, and university and everything.

She said that was threats and blackmail and force, and I said it was not, it was a choice, she either followed my advice, as a juvenile, or she choose to cut herself off from me, and go through life on her own, doing her own thing, though, as her biological parent, I would indeed make her live with me until she was 18, through a Ward of Court, so she did not do anything foolish that would endanger her life.

She is supposed to be working today but I don't know whether she went to work or not, or even whether right now she is at the airport.  She has her passport, after all, and can get a fast-track visa if she wants.  She says she has already had her anti-malaria injections and tablets, and something else I can't remember she would have to have as well.

So it is the strange and stressful day.  I went to the apartment but no one is answering the door.  Iain is working, and so, probably is Suzy, but I don't know whether Megan was at work or just refusing to come and let me in.  I don't know where she is or really what to do.

So that is today.  A bit of a mess, really.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

It was very nice reading your mail first thing this morning. My regards to Heather
for on the occasion of her 13th birth. Nice too that Megan was around for the
birthday meal. I think you were too quick in saying no to Megan's proposal to
visit her penfriend in Nigeria. If she thinks the penfriend is really in love with
her, she should be allowed to prove that herself.

I will advice that you find out who this penfriend really is if she can provide
you his contact. Please by all means avoid imposing on her so that she will not bee
fussy about the whole thing. Yes of course, if she really went, all her allowances
from you will have to cease while she is still there, but if she comes back then
of course you do not have to wit-hold her allowance from her. If she comes back,
she can still stay with Iain unless Iain disapproves of it. I want to believe
that they are only penfriends for now and that should not stop her from travel ling
and University Education and all the likes.

Rose, Megan is only talking about visiting her penfriend and nothing more than
that. It should not be viewed as a very serious problem. If she has the funds to
make the trip or her penfriend will provide it for her then, it is OK. In as much
as I will want you to really monitor such intention of hers, you should allow her
some free decision of hers. I quite agree with you that you should do anything you
can to make her stay with until she is 18 even if it is going to be through a ward
of court so as to avoid anything she could do to endanger her life.

I don't think she must have gone as far as being in the airport so soon. I will
advice that if it is possible find a way of getting her passport from her now either
through the help of Iain or some how so that you really talk to her very well
and know exactly when she will be coming back before you hand over the passport to
her. However, do not put it to her directly that she is not going so that she might
not act foolishly and put herself in danger. You must endeavor to visit Iain's
place again and see how you can get her passport from her through Iain.

Horney Rose I am really very sorry that you have to go through all this stress
through the weekend that was suppose to be a fun packed weekend especially with
Heather celebrating her 13th birday. Well I know it will be properly handled just
by all means avoid getting fussy with her.

Horney please do all you can to see that the payment is made today or first thing
tomorrow so that the consignment will leave the custody of Owen Sherwood and Mr Oliver and to enable me be in Winder mere and more especially to see Megan and talk to her
all so about the danger of having to undertake such trip.

Fond regards horney and kisses for you baby.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

You must be mad.  Megan is 16 years old, and no way would I let her go to Nigeria on her own.  Do you never watch the News?

However, she has since disappeared.  She's not at the apartment, and she does have her passport, so she may have gone anyway, I don't know.  Iain is away again, and I can't find where Suzy is.  Pixie left to visit friends yesterday, and Barry is away for three days, so I'm very much on my own with this, and really don't know what to do.  I don't really want to go and see Andrew about it, because Megan has been so rude to him in the past, I'm sure he thinks she is just a bad girl, and she's not bad really, just foolish.

I'm going to see if I can get hold of Melanie and Raymond this afternoon, though I have an appointment with the solicitor first, about the land purchase, I have to sign something, I think.  But honestly, Richard, I'm not running around banks at the moment, that will have to wait.

Regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
 
I am sorry if that is how you understood me.  I never said that you should allow her to
go to Nigeria on her own.  I was trying to say you should not totally disaprove of it
completly so that she man not over due it by disappearing just as it seems now.
 
I know she should be somewhere and will for sure reappear. Just take it easy with her
and let Iain come back he will be able to locate her. Please Rose do not over
blow it. Wait for Iain to be back I am sure Iain will be able to do that. She
is for within and has not made any such move to travel to Nigeria. For goodness sake
Megan cannot go to Nigeria on her own.  There are just so many news about kidnappings
in Nigeria and it is dangerous.
 
Please get yourself composed about this. Just be yourself and let Iain be back
from work and you meet with him in his house.
 
Please horney just get yourself together and stay calm.  How about Heather and Vincent?
 
Babay,, please dont over work yourself for this I know everything is ok Megan is very much
around and will for sure reappear.
 
I quite agree with you that this is not the time for you to run around banks.  It has to wait.
 
As soon as you able to see Iain please let me know what he has been able to do.
 
Rose please be calm ok. Baby no problems
 
Fond regards.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose Again,
 
What is the situation now? any news of Megan yet. Please horney if you
have been able to get hold of Iain and still cannot find her, why not
make it know to the police of her intention to travel to Nigeria even though
you have tried to stop her considering her age and the unsave situation in that
part of the world.
 
Hornestly Rose, I think you have to report it to the police if you still dont find
him or better still you can make it known to Barry if he is back. Dont tell it to
Andrew  because for sure Megan will not like to talk Andrew if she has made up
her mind about him.
 
However, horney please be calm about the whole thing.  I am only worried myself given
her age. She is just too young to be talking about travelling to Nigeria on her own.
Rose please try and get yourself together horney.
 
Fond regards baby and lot of kisses for you horney.

Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
 
Any news of Megan yet?  have you been able to get hold of Iain.
 
Please I want to know the situation horney
 
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I did as you suggested and went to the police.  Iain is away leading another six day walking tour and it turns out that Suzy has taken the week off work and gone with him.  I got the phone number of the hotel where they are spending the night from his work, and a police officer telephoned him tonight, he said that Megan was at the apartment yesterday morning, and he has given the police permission to break into his apartment this evening - it is what they are doing right now.

The hotel where Megan works say she was working there yesterday, but then told them she wouldn't be back again for two weeks.  And she hasn't been seen since she left there after her shift yesterday.

Heather and Vincent are making us all some sandwiches to eat, we haven't eaten yet.  Then we'll wait for the police to come back after breaking into Iain's apartment.

I do so hope she hasn't done anything silly.  Teenagers can be so over-reactive, and now I'm fearing not only that she's run off to Nigeria to be with that young man, but also that she might have taken an overdose and killed herself because I said no to her going.  I'm scared that the police are going to find a dead body.  I wish Pixie was home.  I hope he is back tomorrow.

I'll let you know if there is any news either way.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
 
I am really sorry for all this worries about Megan. I know  there is no way should would have
traveled to Nigeria by now.  She must surely be somewhere and I am happy you have
reported to the police. Even if they don't find her in Iain's place, she must be somewhere else.  I don't think Megan would do a foolish thing like taking overdose to kill
herself. I am sure she will not do that.
 
Yes horney Rose this teenagers can sometime over-react that is the more reason
why they have to be handled with more caution.  It is always good if they demand anything,
no matter how bad it may be you do not have to dismiss them just like that. You must
very tactical in handling in such a way that they will see reason with you.
 
Rose I am really worried about your situation right now.  However, I know it is not going
to be all that bad she is going to be OK.  You should also inform the police about her
intended travel to Nigeria and how you have disapproved of it so that if possible police will
be able to track her down before she makes any move out of Cumbria.
 
Owen Sherwood contacted me wanting to know about the situation of the payment today
but I told him of the development at your end and how very unsettled you have been about
all of this and he was equally worried about Megan's were about and was quickly to add
that teenagers are always desperate to have their way.
 
Please horney I am still on my desk waiting to read of the latest development in this
matter.  Please take good care of yourself, and make sure that Vincent and Heather
are comfortable. How I wish Pixie was around.
 
Waiting to read from you again.
 
Fond regards baby.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
What is the situation right now. What has the police reported.
I could not sleep well because of the thought of Megan. Hope there
is news of her now.
Fond regards.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

The police confirm that Megan is not at the apartment, and she has not taken her laptop with her.  She last used her laptop at a quarter to nine on Sunday evening, but her Nigerian penpal has been in contact and says she wrote to him yesterday, so at least we know she was alive yesterday - I'm just waiting to receive a mail back from him to tell me where she was writing from, and at what time.

Meanwhile, the police are contacting the airports.  It is necessary to check that she has run away, and is not lying dead, murdered somewhere.  Now I've had an email from her penpal, I'm reassured, at least, that she hasn't been murdered, but is still travelling somewhere.  I just hope it is not to Nigeria.  At least she'll stand out there, being white and blonde!  So if she does land there, hopefully she'll just be picked up and sent home again.

I don't really know what to think at the moment, I'm see-sawing between optimism and pessimism.  The locks have been changed on the apartment now, after the police broke in last night, and I've got the new keys, so I'm going along there later to see if I can tell what is missing amongst her clothes etc.  The police couldn't find her passport there, last night, but I want to look for myself too.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
 
I saw your letter and I will be able to write you comprehensively later.
Meanwhile, have you seen Megan yet. I am quite sure she is still within and have
not traveled to Nigeria. She is quite alife and nothing is going to happen to her
Just make sure that Iain's place is securely locked
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Well, I have two pieces of hopeful news.  The first is that I've discovered that Megan's walking boots are missing.  And I don't think she would be needing those in Nigeria, that's a hot country, and she would know that, so wouldn't pack her boots.  Unless it is the wet season, maybe, I don't know if one would need boots then, I don't really know much about African countries, only what I've seen on TV.  But even when there is much rain, on TV I have not seen people wearing big boots.  So I'm thinking that the only reason to need those is if she was intending to go to the mountains.

And that fits in with the second piece of news, and that is that she was writing to her young man about intending to go on a tour of Scotland.  I've written to him and asked him if she mentioned any specific places, I'd imagine she would go to the west coast if she was going anywhere, because it is more interesting, like Mallaig and Oban and Ullapool.

Meanwhile, the police are fairly certain that she has not flown out of Manchester airport, though they are not finished checking the other ones yet.  But it all seems to be much more hopeful right now, and Pixie is home as well, so I have another adult to talk to, and Barry is home tonight, so that will be a relief too.  I did take some time out this morning and went riding with Heather and Vincent.  Melanie was at home when we got back, and it was good to talk with her too.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
I think it is certain she did not travel to Nigeria with the way things are now. The fact that herwalking boots are missing is an
indication that she might need them within. Either for walking in the
mountains or some other place bet definately not in Nigeria.

If she did wrote to the young man the she intend making tour of
Scotland I think that could be more accurate. However I think the
situation now is more hopeful.

Good Pixie also is at home and Barry could be around later today and
you have people to talk to about the situation. Horney you have to
take good care of yourself and be more relaxed now. I will also suggests that you email her. Though she did not go with her laptop
but chances are that she could still check mails somewhere especially
as she emails her boyfriend. Just eamail her and ask her where she is
if you have not done that.

I dont know horney, but I will want to say if you can take possibly
make this payment by tomorrow so that this people here will worry me
less as they keep on asking me about this payment.  I will be happy if
you can possibly make it tomorrow.

How about Vincent and Heather hope they are ok.

Fond regards horney Rose and blown out kisses for you baby.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
How are you doing? hope you are ok. What is the situation now about
Megan?
Please let me read read from you and how about going to the bank?
Fond regard.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Richard, my daughter is missing.  I do not give a fuck about the bank!

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
 
I was just writing you this mail when I saw your
mail. As a matter of fact I have just clicked
sent but because of the internet problem it
did not send before I saw an incoming mail which
turned out to be you.
 
What is the situation right now are you saying
that you have not heard from Megan to be
certain of where she is now. I am getting
worried myself if uptil now you do not still
know her where about. What is the police doing?
They should by now declear her missing so that
people with useful imformation about her
where about could come forward. The police should know what to do. My dear I am really
worried about all this. My heart is already
panting. Please horney, ask the police to
declear her missing and let there be some notices in the local radio and television.

I only was thinking you would have gone to the
bank thinking that all should have been ok by
now considering some useful news I read from you
yesterday.  Horney please I am really very sorry
I know I must have wronged you by asking about
the bank when this is still on ground.  Please
be calm and feel relaxed I know all will be ok.
 
What about Barry? is he back now? what suggestions has he come up with?  Please
Rose you must go back to the police right now
and tell them to declear her missing and make
some notices both in the local radion and televisions.
Horney please dont over work yourself about all
this because it will surely be ok. I have shifted my trip to US for sometime next week.
 
Fond regards and please try to get back to me.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
What is the situation now? I have written you before but you did not reply. Any
news of Megan yet? please let me know
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
Still not seen Megan. Did you try to email her? Was Barry able to suggest
something. I am waiting to read from you horney.
Richar

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Megan did not take her laptop with her, so there's been no point in trying to email her. 

We do have some rather positive news though, her Nigerian penpal/boyfriend forwarded one of her mails to me that she had written to him before she disappeared, and in that, she writes of spending the end of August on the Isle of Skye.  If only he had mentioned that earlier!

I went to the police station this morning and told them about this, and they are notifying the police in that area, and they will go and look for her today.  And hopefully will find her safe and well and enjoying the mountains.

If they find her, they will give her a fright by talking sternly to her about wasting police time by not informing her family where she was going, but, of course, will also leave her there.  She is 16 years old now, so can do much what she likes, providing she is not putting herself into physical or moral danger.  And I don't think either danger will be there on Skye!

Still, I am hoping for good news by tonight.

Iain and Suzy got back home from the walking tour last night so came to the house to talk (and collect his new keys!).  Iain was anxious that I might be blaming him, but I reassured him, I hope, that Megan would have done the same if she had still been living here.  Vincent seemed very pleased to see Iain and sat close to him all evening, maybe this little scare has shown him that he wants and needs his brother and sisters!  I can't say the same for Heather, she was more interested in reading her new book on schooling horses.  I had to tell her to put it down while we ate, otherwise she would have eaten the evening meal still reading it, I think.

Barry has been very good with Heather and Vincent since he has been back, keeping them interested in what they are doing with the ponies.  Pixie does not seem very fond of Barry, though, and I suspect that he may be jealous of the way the children are getting on well with him.  Pixie has been the main man in the children's lives for so many years, I think he is jealous of them relating to another.  He is polite to Barry, but stiff and a bit cold.  I reminded Vincent this morning that he must not neglect Pixie, but should still go next door to chat with him.  Vincent said, 'But all he wants to talk about is the birds in the garden!'  He seems to have forgotten that he used to enjoy Pixie teaching him how to recognise different species of birds.  Children are fickle, I know that, but I don't think Pixie does, and it is hurting him.  Nothing is ever simple!

Anyway, I hope you are well, and that you have a good trip to the States!  Whereabouts are you going?

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
 
Thanks for your mail and I also share in the good news that is now emerging as regards
Megans where about. I am happy now about everything.
 
I will be in a position to write you more may be later today. However my trip to US will
be by the end of the month as I have lot of things to do back here. Though I have sent in
my report to United Nations head quaters and will only be there to throw more light on
some topical issues.
 
Good Vincent and Heather are really doing well with Barry. That shows Barry a good and
careing man which I will love to see also when I come.
 
Horeny when do you think you can do anything regarding this payment thing. Please let
me know.
 
Fond regards baby for now and kisses for you.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
How are you doing. Hope everything is ok now. Have you been able to speak to
Megan? how is Vincent and Heather.
I am expecting your mail to know what the sitution is now.
Fond regards horney Rose I love you.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

This is just to let you know that Megan was found safe and well by the police yesterday, she has been across to the Outer Hebrides, but is now at Uig Youth Hostel, Isle of Skye, where she will continue staying until the end of the week.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
Oh what a good news you have just given me this evening. I am so glad. Was she found
alone at Outer Hebrides. Probably she merely was at Outer Hebrides for relaxation
but then Megan is too young to be at Outer Hebrides by herself alone.

The Western Isles is mostly visited by most people for either relaxation, escape or for adventure.
I think she took to Outer Hebrides to stay away from her mumy who she thinks does not
allow her to have things in her own way. All the same, I feel so happy that she
has been found well and safe. Horney, I am going to celebrate this right now with
a drink.

I know everybody should be happy right now. How was the news of her where about
received by both Pixie and Barry. They must have been very happy. Hope you told
Vincent and Heather that their sister has been found in Outer Hebides safe and well.
Horney Rose I am so happy.

Well baby I do hope you will celebrate this. So how was your today like especially
with the news of Megans where about. What about the horse trade venture, how far
have you gone about it? the last time you wrote me you said you were going to sign
out some document with regards to land purchase.

Baby if it is possible let me read again from you later this evening.
Fond regards Rose with kisses.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
 
How are you doing? I did expect your letter earlier today but did not see any from you.
Hope you are fine. I guess you must have been too busy with all the arrangement
with Barry as regards the horse trading or something.
 
How is Megan now? in the Uig Youth Hostel, Isle of Skye, I suppose probably till the end
of the week. What about Vincent and Heather, has Iain returned from the work tour?
 
Horney I am still in expectation of the payment as Ambassador Owen Sherwood emailed
me today to know when you will be coming up with the payment.  I told him that Megan
was found across  the Outer Hebrides and he showed a little surprise and wondered how
a teenager of 16 years could make it to  the Outer Hebrides on her own.
 
Please horney I will be happy to read when you will be making it to the bank so that
we can finish this immediately.
 
So baby how are you fairing with Barry? hope he is the real guy you  expected him to
be. Horney each time I take a look at your photograph I jelous Barry. Baby you are really
cool horney Rose and I love you. 
 
How is Pixie? hope he is fine. Horney please let me read from you as soon as you can
possibly write.
 
Fond regards horney and I lick your body.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I'm only just home, Melanie invited us  to eat with her and Raymond tonight, and we ended up staying all evening, Vincent is tired out and has gone straight to bed, but Heather is having a shower first.

Yes, Iain has been back all this week, though he is off on another tour this weeked, that will be the last one of the season, I think, though he's still got a few day walks to lead after that.

It is quite easy to get to Skye and the Hebrides, you get a train up to Kyle of Lochalsh, and then a bus goes from Kyle right across Skye.  And from Uig, there are ferries to the Outer Hebrides.  Vincent would be able to do it on his own, it is very straightforward!  I would be ashamed if a child of mine could not catch a bus or a train by themselves by the age of 8 at the oldest!  When I was a child, I used to catch buses by myself from the time I started school, there were no special school buses in those days, so I did it from the age of 5. 

Yes, I am happy with Barry.  We don't want to rush into living together, but I think that will happen.  He will be staying here for this weekend, it's a Bank Holiday weekend, though we haven't made up our minds what we are doing yet, it rather depends on the weather, which isn't very good, of course, at the moment.  Pixie is fine, though threatening to learn to ride too, so he doesn't totally lose Vincent's company!  He is joking, but Vincent is taking him quite seriously, and saying that Barry will find him a horse.

I'm hoping to get a completion date for the land purchase soon, I'm hoping it will be within the next couple of weeks, so we can get a move on with any fencing we need to do before the days get much shorter.

I'm not running around banks this week, I'm just relaxing after all the recent stress, and spending time with Heather and Vincent.  It won't be long now before they are back at school.  Megan will be back in Windermere on Friday, though I have no idea what time, of course, so it might be Saturday before I see her.

I had better go to bed soon.  The dogs are tired out, they were at Melanie's with us, and have run round so much today.  I'm tired too, so I'll say Goodnight.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
I have just been able to read your mail of yesterday because of my very busy schedul.

It was nice you were at the Melanies place yesterday with Vincent and Heather.  I gues you
must have stayed for too long and that was why Vincent made straight for the bed when
you were back and Heather being ok was able to take her shower.

Nice too that Iain was back even though he still will be making a trip out again. I
wonder how he must have felt to learn that the police broke into his house when they
were looking for Megan.

Horney I quite agree with you that during your days it was easy for you to catch a bus
to where ever you intended going. However, these days the whole place has become clomsy
that children have to be guided to were ever they were going. That was why I was not
really confortable when the news of Alicai going to Outer Hebrides on her own.

Horney good you are happy with Barry. I gues his sexaul abilities and prowness is equally of excellent. I hope he really gives you all that you need to make you quite
relaxed and actually do the romantic thing for my baby. And above all he must be a
careing type no wonder Vincent seem to see something in him that is making him to
prefair him to Pixie. Nice he is going to be home this weekend. I will suggest you make
you choice to him of what the weekend should be. Oh poor Pixie he wants to ride also
just to make sure he does not lose Vincent's affection to Barry. How I wish he can
eqaully ride.

Horney Rose I love you and all that I have been saying concerning you and Barry is
tombling in my stomach as if I have swalloed a bee. Baby I am just too much in love
with you that I find it difficult to resist your being in the hands of Barry. How I
wish I hard just one single opportunity to make love to you baby. Rose I will love
to lick your pussy and will be ok. Horney I love you my baby. Your bulky body and your
prety face actually drives me crazy. I kiss you Rose.

Good you are almost at the last stage of purchasing the land. I have a dream that one
day I will be in your stables to view horses baby.

Ok you should have some rest from the recent stress. I do not equally feel you need
any more stress for now. Just keep your cool over this weekend and forget about the bank. However baby, I do expect that by next week you should be able to go to the bank
and sort this out.  I know from what I understand from Ambassador Owen that by next week
the consignment must have gained further demurrage but I will personally take care of
anything it may cost. Just try your best horney to see that by next week this bank thing is sorted out. Horney please you must tell me at anytime Megan comes back to Windermere
because it actually calls for celebration.

Horney in your last paragraph  you said good night, but I am not saying so right now
I am still expecting to read your reply to this mail. I am having some drinks with a
couple of friends here and we are for sure going to hang out here for the next two hours so I expect to read from you.

Rose I love you horney and I will worship your sweet pussy baby. If you can come
online baby please let us chat Rose.

Fond regards baby and my kisses for you horney
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
 
Did you see my last letter? Horney let me read from you.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
I am waiting to read from you horney.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
 
How was your weekend? splendid I hope.
I expected readfing from you before the weekend but to no avail.  Hope Megan
is at home now.
What about Vincent and Heather? hope they are equally fine. Please let me read from
you if there are no problems.
Fond regards horney.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Richard, you are intrusive.

I told you that Barry was staying for the weekend.  What did you expect me to do?  Park him up the corner like a garden gnome while I wrote to you?

Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
 
Yes you are a wonderful woman.  You actually said so that Barry will be in at the weekend
but it did not occure to me that you will not be able to write me while he was there. I
appologise for any incunviniencies this must have cost you. I guess you both had a
wonderful weekend.
 
I hope you had a wonderful weekend with Barry. I have not been able to write you all day
until now because of my preparations to travel to United States by tomorrow.  I will be
boarding my flight by 9 am tomorrow for New York.  However, it is going to be a short
stay and will be back by or before the weekend. How is everybody out there.  Horney
I am eager to read of Megan back home. Is she back home now.  Hope Vincent and
Heather had it nice with the presence of Barry over the weekend.
 
Barry must have been so happy having all through the weekend and I am jealous.  How
is Pixie doing? has he been able to meet with Barry and how did they feel knowing each
other.
 
Horney I will be happy to read from you this evening still if you can possibly write. Ambassador Owen contacted me yesterday and I told him I will be travelling to US and
that hopefully you will be able to make the payment within the week.
 
Fond regards horney Rose and a blown off kiss for you baby.
Richard

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14. A problem with names (revisited)
 
Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
It is 8:26 am in New York Broklyn and I am getting ready for a meeting in United
Nations Head quaters as per my report of a recent tour of Iraq. I am hoping to
round up in the next 4hrs and may have time to visit some of the parks within
New York City as I will be back to London on Saturday or Sunday.

Horney Rose I am a little bit surprised that you havent written me for some time now.
I Hope nothing is the matter.  Hope you are ok and how is your boyfriend Barry? I
hope you are getting on fine.  I did expected you to write me and say Megan has
finally returned home. How is Vincent and Heather? hope they are doing fine and
probably getting ready to return to school.

Baby I am so much expecting to read from you as that gives me happy moment even though
you are already in the worm embrace of Barry. Horney please let me read from you.

I have been sending you some messages offline I dont know if you have been reading
them. You can equally send me messages offline and when I come online I will be
able to read them.  Rose remember I love you no matter your relationship with Barry
I love you baby for the kind of a woman that you.

How is Pixie? is he still talking of riding? and hope he is fine also.

Babay please let me read from you as I will be so gald to read from you.  Ambassador
Owen's email was the first mail I read here in US and he is so angry with me as
regards the payment for the consignment and getting it delivered to you. Horney
how I wish you can make this payment as soon as possible so that all of this will be
sorted out.

Rose my prety, I love you.
Fond regards and kisses blown off for you baby.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose Again,
 
I just forgot to mention that I paid 200 pounds to Ambassador Owen in advance for
any additional demurrage as he made me to understand before I left for US that is why
it is very important you sort out this immediately.
 
Horney I love you baby.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I did tell you that Megan was coming home last Friday.

She says that she did tell me where she was going, she wrote it in a note, and posted it through my door on her way to the railway station on the Monday.  She says that Cody must have taken it and ripped it up and eaten it.  Well, Cody does sometimes take discarded papers out of the wastepaper basket and tear them up, but I don't know whether he would eat them, so I don't know whether Megan is telling the truth or not, but it doesn't really matter now, anyway!

She is back at school now (in the sixth form), and Heather and Vincent are back at school too.

I didn't expect you to be able to write from the States, or read mails, so that is why I had not written.

I'm sure it is a kind gesture of yours to pay the demurrage (whatever that is, I don't know), but you should have asked me about it first.  I told you before that I am not happy with the idea of paying someone with a comedy name, I'm sure the bank staff would laugh and ask me if I was having the joke.  I think that if there is no way anyone will do cash on delivery, then the best plan is that I send you a cheque and you can deal with it.  At least I know that you are a real person and who you say you are, and I trust you.  Give me your home address and I can send it tomorrow and then it will be with you by Monday at the latest, and we can get this sorted and over and done with.

The weather here has been appalling the last two days, you would think it much later in the year.  I hope it didn't make your flight out too turbulent.  Iain has been taking another walking tour so it won't have been very easy or pleasant for him, it would not surprise me if they did not have to cancel it yesterday and do something else instead.  He'll tell me about it at the weekend, I expect.  It is his last tour of the year, though he still has a few day walks to lead before finishing for the winter and returning to his outdoor pursuits leadership training.

My purchase of the land finally goes through at the beginning of next week.  And it seems that Barry has the buyer for his house too, so things are nicely moving along. 

I hope your time in the States is being more enjoyable than stressful.  Are you not jet-lagged?  It must be the very strange thing to make the short visit like that, and disorientate the body clock in that way.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
It was a very good moment for me when I read your letter. It is 7:45
am here in new york and I am preparing to attend the last meeting
and by the end of it, I will be thinking of London and my home.

Yes I think it is possible for Cody to eat up the paper because dogs
often do it some times especially when there is smell of food on
such papers. However it is a good thing Megan was back and has even
made it to school. You actually said she was going to be at home last
friday but that was all I heard about it. I did not know she was
already at home. I know Megan is a very nice girl. I love the kind
of person she is. She believes stricktly in herself and I tell you
horney, Megan will grow up to be a mighty woman just like you. It
is also nice that Hether and Vincent are both back to school and my
horney should have some stressless time for herself.

Why? I must always read my mails any time anywhere. It is only on
Sundays that I dont access my mails. However, I am thinking of coming
back by sunday but I dont think my son will be happy about that
because he has already demanded that I stay a week after my asignment
in the US.

Horney, demurrage charges arise after you consignment have stayed in
the wharehouse of freight forwarders outside the stipulated time. Each
addition stay of your consignment cost a particular amount per day.
I paid additionl 200 pounds in aticipation of the more days the
consignment will be there.  Horeny I will advice that you make the
payment with the account information as was given by Ambassador Owen
and just scan the transaction form and send it to me so that I will
forward it to him.  Jerome is a name and I think the name of that
account as was explained by Owen is the name of the original name of
the Chief Executive that opened the account for the outfit. So baby
just go ahead and make the payment with the account information.
Jerome is a common name and not a comedian name.  I have even seen
a few people that go by that name.  I dont think is going to pose
any problem.

Yes the weather was not even better than that when I left Heathrow
airport but we hard and very smooth flight. The United Nation aircraft
with very experinced and professional crew made it most enjoyable
flight for me.

Nice Iain will be making his last tour of the year so that he will
really settle down with Suzy if for anything.

I will be happy to read that the purchase of the land has finally
come through. Yes horney my stay in the US is really more enjoyable.
There are no stress of any sort. A United Nations car is assigned to
me that drives me to where ever I want to be. The only thing I miss
hear is just my beer because I do not really have friends that take
me out for drinks. But all the same, I think it is just a nice stay
here in New York. I will visit a park with my sone tomorrow afternoon.
I am not jet-lagged I have made several travels like this and I am
just too used to it.

Horney just take good care of yourself as the children are back to
school. And I hope Barry really takes good care of my baby Rose.

Horney I love you. My son asked after you.  There was nothing I could
tell him more than you are fine. He was surprised with such short
response from me about you though.

Fond regards horney Rose with much love and kisses for you baby.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney

How are you doing? I did not hear from you all this while. Hope you
are ok.

How have you gone with the bank thing.  I will be back in London
on wednessday.

Fond regards for now horney Rose.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,

How are you doing? Horney I hope you are ok. Could it be that Barry is
home or something. Horney I just want to hear from you. I quite understand your position with Barry but then, I think I can still
be communicated with.

Rose you know how I always feel each time I read from you. I am just
to eager to read your letter horney Rose. Hope the children are already back to school. I know for sure Barry must be at home.

Horney please email me right now if you can. It will be nice reading
from you. I intend coming back on wednesday. I will be happy to read
from you before I return to London. Rose it will be good if you are
able to make the bank payment before my return from US so that the
money would have reflected in the account before my return to enable
me pick up the consignment upon my arrival and make straight for
Cumbria the next day with the consignment. It will be good if this
is done immediately I return from US because it is already looming
that we have assignment in the Dafoe Regions of Sudan in Africa. A lot
of human right violations is going on in Sudan right now and United
Nations prsence needs to be biefed up there.

How is Pixie? I hope he is ok.

Fond regards baby I am waiting to read from you.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Yes, Barry was here for the weekend.  Pixie is thawing out to him now, and they are doing much laughing together about life stories.

And then yesterday, at last, the purchase of the land and stables was completed.  So that is all mine now, and we have quite a lot to do, we need some replacement fencing, and one of the outbuildings converted into a reception area and office, and just some general sprucing up.  We are moving Firefly and Merlin and Shannon to the home field tomorrow, and then Nimrod and Magnus, who are two of Barry's horses on Thursday or Friday.  Probably Friday.

Of course Jerome is not a common name!  No more than Klapka is!  It was just that Jerome Clapp Jerome liked to give his children strange names, hence Jerome Klapka, Milton Melancthon, Paulina Deodata and Blandina Vincenta.  And Jerome K. Jerome is the only person I've EVER known bearing such a funny name.  Oh, apart from there was a Saint Jerome wasn't there?  Which I think might have made it popular in foreign countries where they are into that sort of thing, but not here.

Anyway, I've told you, give me your address and I'll put a cheque in the post.  I'm really too busy at the moment with my land and things to want to go messing about queueing in banks and waiting for someone to be free to deal with transfers, the counter clerks never do it, you have to wait for someone else, and you know what that's like, you can end up waiting a couple of hours if there's other people wanting to open accounts or ask about mortgages.  So I'll send a cheque.

Hope you are having a good time with your son.  Must seem a bit cold there compared to here.  It's been dry here for the last couple of days, though, whereas I saw on the News that New York is getting some heavy rain!  You must have got very wet walking round parks!

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

Thanks for your letter atlast. When I said probably Barry was in for the weekend, I
know I was right. You must have had a lot of fun together. It is so nice that you have
gone all that far with the horse trading business. It will be wonderful when Firefly and Merlin and Shannon gets home field tomorrow. Good Barry and Pixie are already in rapor.

Well of course, I dont know much about names. Jerome as the name of the account as
was provided by Ambassador Sherwood to me is just an account name and that is all
I can tell about it. I was in contact with Ambassador Sherwood about the possibility
of your putting in a cheque for the payment, but he did not agree.  According to him
it has always been their way of doing business by making payment into their account,
or cash before service. He is still insisting that you make the wire transfer of the
fee into the account provided for reason of accountability. I think there is no need
of our violating their rules. I will advice you to find time and make the payment
into the account provided so that we can finali se this matter once and for all.

I quite agree with you that one may have to go through a very stressful situation in
the banks to transact business especially when there are other customers waiting, but
in this circumstance I think we just have to be patient and do it as have been
directed. Even though it will take a little longer to enable you have the time, but
it has to be done the way they have demanded.

Yes horney, I am really having a swell time here. My son is making my stay here in
New York a very enjoyable one. During the weekend we visited some parks and I was able
to have my choice drink heinekens. Yes it is cool here and wet but not enough to keep
us indoors on Saturday and Sunday.

I intended coming back to London by tomorrow, but my son is insisting I stay till
the weekend and I have to let him have his way. So I will surely be back to London
on Sunday. I am afraid I may have to make an other quick trip to Sudan as I told you
in a previous mail. For this reason therefore, I will appreciate all you can do to
make this payment as soon as possible so that we can get this consignment delivered
before my next trip.

Horney just take good care of yourself and please baby, do all you can to see that
this payment is made.  I hope you still have the account information on how to make
the transfer.

Fond regards baby and kisses for you.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I'm only just home, and we're going to be a bit late eating, but I'll try to write after we've eaten, if I'm not too tired.

Fond regards
Rose

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I was too tired to get back to you last night!

I don't think that Ambassador (who has an even worse name than Jerome!  His name surely MUST be a joke!) has any right to 'demand' anything.  That consignment isn't even in my own name, remember.  I am only helping out with the situation, the money it contains isn't mine.  I still expect it is really meant for Dr Littleton or his wife, it is probably funding for research or something.

There is really nothing I can do at the moment, I'm going to be very busy today, and we're moving Barry's horses tomorrow, and then I'm at dog training on Saturday morning.  It will have to wait until next week at the earliest, whatever that Ambassador says.

I love having my own land for the dogs to run on, it is nice to know that no uncontrolled Rottweillers or something are suddenly going to appear round the corner!  Cherry is now totally comfortable around the horses, and Cody, of course, doesn't really know much different, he is still learning about the world and takes everything in his stride.  He is going through a very thin period at the moment but the lady at dog training says that is normal for an adolescent dog, they are like adolescent boys, going through a lanky stage where they have grown taller but not broader yet.  I said I don't think Iain ever passed that stage! But he takes after Mark, who was also thin.  Megan is the same, though not tall, it is Heather and Vincent who are built more like me!

I must get on now, I said I would give Heather and Vincent a lift to school, on the way to see to the horses.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
It is 12:04 pm here in New York and I am right now in Madison Square park. Not too
much fun however, but having some drinks and lots of junk food and relating with
a few people here.

I could not reply your mails earlier before now because of some very busy schedule
in the UN head quarters as regards arrangement for our trip to the Dafoe Regions of
Sudan. A very serious case of human right violations has been reported in that
Region and UN is replacing the workers on ground.

Horney, like I said earlier, I do not know much about names. However, some names
could sound funy but that is just a name. Even like your grand father's name Littleton
some people find it difficult to believe it as name but there you are. Ambassador
Owen Sherwood has long been known to those of us in the Diplomatic Delivery world
but though, it might sound funy to people that are not use to him.  You are a very
good woman and I give you my word for that for having the intention to think that
this consignment could really belong to some other persons but with the intention
of receiving it and making all investigation and were you find out it does not
really belong to you, will then turn it over to the police.  But I would not want
you to rule out comepletly the possibility of the funds inside the consignment
not belonging to you, because it bears Amanda Littleton, which could be also traceable
to you.

That is ok horney, from all indication you are quite busy and I have already communicated to the Ambassador that all will be done by next week. I will be
back in London on Sunday and if you are able to make it to the bank on Monday
probably it will take the money to reflect in the account may be two or three days
and definately by thursday next week myself and Ambassador Owen will be making
our way to Cumbria. Ambassador Owen is a nice man and I know that by the time you
see him, you aprove that. If everything gos well, by thursday next week, we shall
be delivery the consignment and immeditely we arrive, all you will need do is just
sign the delivery note for the Ambassador and he will return to London. I think
I will be able to stay a couple of days some where in a hotel in Cumbria and so
that if there is any reason why you will turn over the consignment to the police,
I will be there to withness it, and after that I will return to London to get ready
for my trip to Sudan.

Yes it is a good idea you have your own land for the dogs to run on. It will
really help to keep off any uncontrolled Rottwillers around the place.  Oh Mr Big
dog Cherry is already comfortable around the horses? that is good for him too. Yes
the lady at the dog training is very correct at the adolescent of dogs, they are
also experic thin period. So good to read that Iain took after his fathers's
thiness and even Megan.

Horney I must leave the park now and will write you again later.
Fond regards horney Rose.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Littleton is a normal name.  If you put Littleton in Google search, you'll see that lots and lots of people have that surname!

But what happens if you put Sherwood into Google search?  I haven't tried it, but I can guess!  You may as well be telling me that it's Ambassador Atlantic Ocean or Ambassador Mount Everest or something equally silly!  Sherwood isn't a name, it's a place!!!

You must surely see how it seems so funny?

I can't imagine why you think Littleton is a strange name, though. I thought you lived in London?  Surely you are accustomed to British surnames? 

Anyway, I've told you I'll see if I can get to the bank next week.  A delivery date will have to be arranged, however, and agreed to by me.  I've told you I'm very busy at the moment, and I can't just drop everything to stay at home.

Regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
 
It is exactly 7:34 am here. I got up from the bed earlier today to put finishing
touches to my preparation of getting home by tomorrow.
 
Horney Rose each time I read your mail first thing in the mornings like this I am
always happy. It always makes my day to read first from you. I hope you are fine
baby and preparing to have yourself a very pleasant weekend with your guy Barry.

Yes baby I know Littleton is a British name, I was
only saying that a few people who have not heard of the name before find it
unusual and sometimes find it difficult to believe that it is a name especially people from Asia and Arab world.
 
Horney, Littleton is not a strange name to me. Dr Littleton is a name that rings bell
in my heard.
 
Yes Rose you said so. I expect that you will get to the bank next week. Of course
baby, the delivery date will have to be agreed by you. I was only of the opinion
that on or before Saturday next week delivery would have taken place to allow for
my trip to Sudan. I know for sure that you are very busy at this time. However,
I don't think the delivery will take much of your time. If delivery is to be made
on Thursday for instance, you can say please deliver on Thursday by 12 noon or
by 2 pm and that will be exact. Even if you want it delivered in the morning hours,
it will be done so.
 
How is Barry, I will be glad to see him when I come. You said Barry's horses will
join the other horses in the stables today? please let me know in your reply if
it is done. My regards to everybody out there.
 
Fond regards horney Rose I love you.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Barry isn't staying here this weekend, as he has a few other things to do.  I'll see him this evening because we are all eating at Pixie's house, and I expect he'll stay over, but he needs to be off again in the morning.

Yes, we moved two of his horses, Nimrod and Magnus, yesterday, they are in the adjoining field to mine, until they all get used to each other.  Barry and the children attended to them all this morning, while I was at dog training, though I'm helping with evening stables, and picking up Heather and Vincent later.  They've been out riding with Melanie's children.  It's a nice day today, sunny and warm, but not too hot.

We're hoping that the builder will come next week and give us an estimate for the conversion of the outbuilding.  We're also thinking that we need to hire a Landscaper to cheer up the surrounds of the entrance and yard.  Though if maintaining anything is left to me, it'll soon be a brown landscape, I think, I can never remember to water anything during the summer months.

It will be much better if I can plan a delivery slot.  I need to find out though what's happening with the workmen, first.  I'm also hoping to go with Iain to look at a new PC for me, this one is a bit old, and it's beginning to crash a lot, so I think it's time for a new one.  Iain says I'll have to have Windows Vista, which is a bit different to XP, but I'll soon pick it up, same as Megan did with her laptop.  I'm not sure I have the same confidence in me about that as he does!

I'll let you know about all that, though.

Fond regards
Rose

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Richard wrote:
Hello My beautiful Horney Rose,
 
My flight touched down exactly 5:30 am this morning at Heathrow airport
and I am right now at home.
 
Hope it was a pleasant evening at Pixie's house on Saturday. Nice too that
Barry was there though he hard to be off again in the morning. What was
the meal this time. Rose I am missing you people a lot. I will wish
to belong. I know is going to be soon as a matter of fact.
 
Yeh, Barry's two horses Nimrod and Magnus has moved. That is splendid. I
never new horses need to get used to themselfs to enable them stay
together. You actually mean Barry, Heather and Vincent attended to the
horses in the morning of Saturday.  I think Heather and Vincent are already
getting themselfs a feature business the way it looks. Where you able to
attend to the evening stables after the dog training?  Rose, you are
the most industrious woman I have ever seen. You attended the dog
training, on the same day you still had to attend to the evening stables
and yet was able to pick the children from school. Horney I love you.

No Rose, I think you really have a very good maintainance culture and
watering the landscape will not be difficult for you. I think you are
a kind of woman who does anything she was to do in a most descent way and
for sure come summer, you will for sure make the landscape remain green
and not brown. Please make sure the builder that will convert the outbuilding is good enough for the job. The landscaper should also be
somebody with a little experince of horse stables so as to make a very
good landscape for horse watchers which will include children and
probably parents too.
 
Oh yes you actually have a very busy schedule and it will be better if
you plan a delivery slot because you will need to find out how the workmen
are going about the whole thing. How long have you been using your pc.
I dont know much of windows vista, but I think windows Xp tends to open
up pages faster than windows vista. However there may be some other
advantages of windows vista which Iain is awear of. No doubt it is
better you have a change and please allow Iain to advice.
 
I was in contact with Ambassador Owen and he was glad that I am back in
London. I asured him we shall be making delivery in a short while.

I am going to be indoors today and tomorrow and will have surficient time
to write to my horney. I need much rest to get myself fit for the next
trip to Sudan.
 
Fond regards horney and blown off kisses for you Rose.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I think you must be a little jet-lagged!  Of course I didn't have to pick up the children from school on Saturday, they don't go to school on Saturdays!  I was picking them up from the stables.

The builder who is supposed to be giving the quote for the conversion didn't turn up today, Barry will telephone him this evening and see whether he is coming tomorrow.  I'm half-inclined to forget about him and go with another firm, I think if they can't be bothered to turn up when they are hoping to get the opportunity of work, then what are they going to be like once you say Yes to them, and they don't have to try hard and create a good impression anymore.  Barry said well, builders can get held up, and when we have the builders there and if they run into difficulty and a wall is falling down, we don't want them to say, 'Well, it will have to fall down, because we promised to go and give an estimate to someone else!' He says we don't want that, we want them to say, 'Oh dear, I was meant to go and see about a new job of work, but I'll have to miss that now and not go, because I need to fix this first.'  Maybe he is right.  But I feel a bit cross about it, because we have hung about the stables most of the day waiting for him to come, and it was like a wasted day.  I hope we don't have the same waiting around all day tomorrow.

Yes, horses need to get used to each other with a nice fence in-between them before they go and live together.  Otherwise there is the danger of the horses who already live in the field thinking they don't want any new companions, and all ganging up and chasing the new ones and kicking them.  But if they make friends over a fence (where nobody can intrude on anyone else's personal space, or kick or get kicked) then later they will be feel alright about living together, because they have already made friends.

Firefly is the one most likely to make a fuss and bully other horses!  She is quite self-important and believes she is the Lead Mare.  She is also the only one that has all her hormones (the others are all boys and have been gelded), so can be quite moody sometimes, with her hormone cycles and being in heat!

Oh, I am very bad at gardening and remembering to water plants in summer.  You should see my own garden!  The thing is they are not like animals or children, plants don't ask for things or complain or bang their water bowls or troughs or buckets when they are thirsty.  And so I forget about them.  Barry says that we should have hanging baskets of flowers at the stables, but I'm going to get some of those artificial ones, so I don't have they always drooping and dying.  You can get some good ones from about £60 or £70 and, of course, you can bring them out every year.

You can't buy a PC now with XP on, you've got to have Vista, like it or not!  This one is about 3 years old, so it's about time I got a new one.  IF that builder comes tomorrow, I'm hoping to go and look at some on Wednesday, because Iain has Wednesday off, so it will be ideal.  I saw him at the weekend and he kept telling me about dual cores and quad cores and I had no idea what he was talking about, so I just kept saying 'yes, I expect you are right' to everything he said.

He said I've got to put everything I want to keep and transfer all tidy and then put it onto dvds ready to put on the new PC, so I've got to find time somewhere for that too. 

I'll let you know about delivery slots and things once I'm a bit more organised.  At the moment I seem to have long lists of Things To Do and I'm not really getting many of them done!

I'm glad you had a safe journey home.  Make sure you rest well now!

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
 
I think you are right. I am a little jet-lagged and of course I really need some
rest and a walk out for sure. It is really picking children up from stables baby
and not school. I just have to laugh it off.
 
I wonder why the builder did not turn up today. May be you have to give him
up till tomorrow and allow Barry to talk to him on phone. May be he could be
doing some other job. However by tomorrow he has to show up otherwise, you may
have to look for some one else to avoid much waste of time.

I must confess that you appear to have a formal knowledge of horses before.
I am hearing it for the first time that horses don't want any new comapnions
except the friends they make over a fence where no one will intrude on
another's personal space. How selfish they could be.
 
Firefly is the only female for now? am I correct. She has the right to fuss and bully
not to allow every guy coming after her. She has to protect her female hood from
those boys you know. I think though she could be moody but will want a kind
of privatcy probly with just one of the boys around her especially now that she
is on heat.
 
Horney, you may not be really good at gardening, but maintaining a landscape
for horse watchers may be a different thing given your interest on horses and
taking it up as a business could make the difference. I think Barry also have
a grate idea of hanking out a basket of flowers out there to paint the landscape
to save Rose the enormous task of watering the grasses which cannot talk
or do anything to signify thier need of anything except turning from green to
brown. All the same, I think it is just a habit and once you develop it, you
will be up to the task.
 
Oh' your pc is quite old and you really need a new one. If that is the case,
you need the Vitsa then but I want to believe that Iain is equally to it
otherwise you can make enquiries in the shop. I really hope the builder shows
up tomorrow to avoid wasted day again. You just have to be with Iain on
Wednesday if he is going to be off on Wednesday to enable you sort the computer
issue correctly.
 
He just have to assist you to transfer all that is needed to be put into the
new pc. You have to make out time for that baby.
 
I quite agree with you baby. You actually have a long lists of things to do.
Just take your time and handle them one after the other and by so doing you will
be through with everything.
 
Thank you very much horney. I arrived safely home. I am going to have a full
relexation for two good days with just my heinekens for companion. How do you like
that horney. Babay do you ever read some messages I send you offline. You can
equally send me messages offline too and I can read them when I am online.
 
One thing horney. Ambassador Owen is already talking to me again, but I told
him to still give us some time. If we can pay them for the delivery and get this
consignment from them and keep it somewhere waiting for your delivery plan,
I think it will be ok or what do you say. So that as soon as you are ready I
contact him and we shall both leave for Cumbria to guid against this contineuos
cases of demurrage. However, you still need to be a little bit more ogarnised
first.
 
My regards to Vincent and Heather and Pixie too. I really love them all and I want
to see myself belonging to this little family.

Fond regards baby.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
I my daughters were at home today and I had little or no time to myself.

How was today? was the builder around. Hope it was no wasted day like
yesterday.  How is Barry. Hope the horeses are doing fine.
If you can possibly write, please do.

It is a little bit wet here though not so cold.
Fond regards babay and a very warm kiss for you horney.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

What do you mean 'it is a little bit wet here'?  The underground has been flooded, London has had TORRENTIAL rain today, it's been on the News!

And what do you mean 'though not so cold'?  It has been unseasonably HOT in this country!

Are you REALLY in England?

You are being strange lately.  First you get muddled about schooldays, and now you seem unaware of the weather.

It's most strange.

Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
 
I had thought that by now you must have been used to my expressions. When I said
a little bit wet hear I really was refering to the torrential rains of today. I could not really
make it to stamford bridge to watch the uefa champion league match today because of
the rain. I said not too cold because even amidts the rains, it was still not cold because
of the  unseasonably hot weather that we have been experienced so far in this country.

I was only  trying to make you understand that even though there was much rains
today, it was not a cold weather neither.
 
I am very much aware of the weather in the country, though I may not be accurately descriptive. You did not tell me anything about your plan for today.  
 
Please have a nice night and if possible let me read from you once again.
 
Fond regards horney.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I've been very busy, this is the first time I've put the computer on all day.

Heather has said she doesn't like having Firefly in our field, because she prefered it when she could do everything with Melanie's daughter, Dee, so could she move Firefly back there?  I said it was silly to be renting a field from Melanie now we have so much land of our own, but really I know that when I was 13, I would have preferred to be doing things with my friends than with my mother, so I've said I'll go and talk to Melanie about it, and if Melanie agrees, she can move Firefly back there.  So that's another thing to do!

I'll write properly when I have time.

Fond regards
Rose

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I fell off Merlin yesterday!

It was my own fault, because I was just sitting on him like being sat in a seat on a bus, and I was turned around and looking backwards to talk to Barry who was riding behind me, and not looking where we were going at all.  And so I didn't see that there was a fallen tree branch blocking our path.  But Merlin saw it, of course, and because he couldn't walk round it, he decided to jump over it.  His jumping took me by surprise, and I fell off sideways!

It was quite funny really, and should teach me to pay attention to where we are going!  Dear Merlin just looked back at me as if he was quite shocked, and just stood there waiting for me to get up and go and mount him again.

On Wednesday I went with Iain to Kendal, so he could advise me about buying a new PC, did I tell you that this one keeps crashing?  Anyway, I have ordered one, it is an HP Pavilion with 6 GB RAM and 1000 GB Hard Drive!  So I don't think I'm going to fill that up!  It will be delivered next week.  I'm a bit nervous about having to learn about Windows Vista, I hope I get familiar with it quickly.  Iain says he will come and give me some lessons.

Megan is no longer speaking to her Nigerian boyfriend, he got drunk and wrote me a very rude email about having sex with me!  I do understand the sex drives of the teenagers, but this was not nicely written at all, and Megan was disgusted, and says she wants nothing to do with any man who would say that sort of thing to her mother!  And she is glad she found out about him, what sort of man he really is.

I'm glad because I think he was the bad influence on her, not supporting her in her studies but trying to persuade her to give up her ideas of studying for qualifications and going to university and having a teaching career.  So I'm glad it is over.

We have now moved Firefly back to Melanie's field.  I asked Vincent if he wanted to take Shannon there as well, but he said no, he would rather be with me and Barry than with his sister and Dee! 

I hope you are well.  I'm going along to the stables in a while to meet with a man who is coming to talk to Barry and I about some paving options.  We need some firm walkways for the wet weather, so that everywhere does not get churned up with mud.  Next week we also have to see a Planning Officer because it seems we need Planning Permission to convert the outbuilding.  I don't think there will be any problem obtaining it, but it is going to delay the building works a great deal and probably until next Spring, which is the nuisance.  We are looking at the way to make-do until then.  We have the fencing being done next week, so then we can start buying in some horses and ponies, though we can't actually trade until the licences come through.  Barry is seeing to that.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
 
I have been unwell. I am presently in the hospital. I will be able to
write you by tomorrow.
 
I feel so sorry for your falling off.
 
Fond regards horney

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

What has happened?  What is wrong with you?

I hope you are OK and are getting good care.  Which hospital are you in?

Do let me know what has happened to you.

Fond regards and all good wishes
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose My Horney,
 
I am unwell with nimonia as have been ditected by the doctor. I am ok now but need some
personal time for myself. I am finding it difficult to breath.  The doctor has rcomended that
I should have a rest for three days after which I thing I will be ok.
 
How are you doing? Hope you have gotten over your fall. Horney I will be in the best
condition to write you tomorrow.
 
Ambassador Owen is on my neck what have you been able to do.
 
Fond regards horney Rose,
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I'm surprised that you were in hosptital with just nimonia.  I thought that it was only people who were already weak from other health problems (like AIDS or cancer, or who were diabetic) who ever got hospitalised for that. 

My new PC arrived yesterday, and today Iain is visiting, to put it all together for me, and to help me transfer all my files and programmes from this computer to the new one.  He says he will show me the differences with Vista too, and how to do things which will be different.

Really, just lately, my mind has been so full of painting walls at the stables and making decisions about this and that, that I hadn't been thinking of your friends with the funny names and the payment still due or anything.  I can't even remember now how much there still is to pay.  It'd really be a lot easier if I wrote a cheque, I can do that at home, and just pop it into the post on my way to the stables or something.  It is such a nuisance going to the bank these days, because I can't park my car outside it, but have to pay for the car park and then walk there and back, it was different when I was working at Kestrels, of course, because I parked in their car park anyway, and the bank was quite nearby.

If your friends won't accept a cheque, then I could send one to you, and you could convert it into cash and give it to them.  It would be a lot simpler.  Remind me how much it is, though.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
 
Yes the nimonia is as a result of cold and not AIDS or any of the things you thought.

Good that Iain will be coming to fix up the computer for you.
I am not still very fine but I am getting a little better.
 
Well the amount involved is 1,500 pounds. Please you should endeavour to send it
with the account as provided as they say it is for their record purposes. I do not
want to be involved with anything money with this people. So please horney try your
best to send it via the wire transfer.
 
Fond regards Rose
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Nimonia is the result of bacterial infection, I know that, but what I was saying is that when someone has nimonia, they are just given antibiotics by their doctor, not taken into hospital UNLESS they have some other health problem, like cancer or AIDS or diabetes or something ALREADY.  So I was suprised that this happened to you, and you were in hospital, because I didn't know you had other health problems, I thought with all your travelling to places in the world and the very long flights that you must have the good health.

It is nothing to be ashamed of to have the health problems, it is just one of those things that can happen to people, and it is said that things like developing cancer or being asthmatic or diabetic is because of the genes, and there is nothing you can do about inheriting genes! 

I don't understand why you say you don't want to be involved with money 'with these people'.  I thought you WORKED for OCC and were the Operations Manager.  Managers are in charge, and can take control and help people.  This is getting even more strange.  Is it that you are really just a clerk or something, and not a Manager at all?  Or have you been fired, and don't work for them anymore?  I feel there is something you are not telling me.  Why are you not wanting to admit things anymore?

I'm writing this from my new PC, which Iain came and fixed up for me yesterday.  Today I have a man coming to the stables to fix saddle brackets and bridle hooks to the tack room, so I need to be there for a while to tell him exactly what I want done.  I could possibly go to the bank tomorrow, which I am out for the grocery shopping, but I think I need to know a bit more what is going on first.  I have felt uncomfortable with all this, as you know, since you told me all the joke names that people suddenly have, and now you are calling the firm 'these people' and saying that you are not capable of acting like a Manager anymore.  It's not right.  I would much rather send a cheque. 

If you are really just a clerk or a tea boy and are not able to handle it, then give me the proper address of the firm that I should send the cheque to.  It is silly that I have to pay transfer charges when we are in the same country and I can send a cheque for free - and it will even be much quicker because I can send it by Guaranteed Next Day Delivery.  It could be there by tomorrow at 9 o'clock, if only I had an address.

I hope you are recovering well.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
Thank you very much for the interest you have shown so far about my health.
I am getting better gradually. The Doctor only said I should remian in the
hospital so as to keep away from stress. It is really a case of acute nimonia.
The Doctor said I have taken too much of cold drinks a water that has coursed
me nimonia but said I will be ok. Horney it is just a case of Nimonia and
I deserve some rest.

Oh' horney I can never be ashamed of anything that has to do with my health. If
it was anything more than that, I will surely tell you. I have been taking too
much of cold beer of late and I think it could be responsible.

Yes Rose, It is a matter of policy. Every payment to ST JAMES just has to get
to them direct from the person making the payment. I am with Overseas Credit Commission
OCC that is right. I am not a clerk. I laugh it off.  I am not fired horney and
I still work for OCC. Horney I can not hide anything from you. For anything, we
have been used to ourself for quite some time now. I do not have anything to hide
from you my baby. Rose, the love I have for you cannot allow me hide anything
from you my horney. Anything I tell you is just the exact position. I may not be
able to put it right to you, but that is just it.  Please do all you can to wire
transfer the fee to them with the account as was provided by them.  I quite agree
with you that it would have been much more easy to just send a check, but for
the sake of the situation right now.

Oh baby, I am so delighted to read your mail from the new pc. How are you finding the
new pc. Hope it is performing fine.

Horney please this is all I can afford to write for now.
Fond regards.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I wanted to write to you before this, but it has been a stressful couple of days, I'll tell you about it:

I have been doing some serious thinking these last few days.  It is about Barry.  It started when he was talking about how we should buy some ponies now, because prices are cheaper now because people who want to sell don't want to have to feed their unwanted ponies all winter, so they very much want to sell them now, if they are going to. We are not ready to trade as such as yet, but we could certainly purchase now, I agreed, but then Barry said that we needed to talk about the profits once we started trading, and that he thought a 50-50 split would be fair, because he would be doing the selling work, answering the phone, and talking to buyers when they came to the stables.

I argued a bit about this straight away, because although, yes, I do need someone to answer phones for me, there is no reason I cannot talk to people face to face. I can lip read very very well, and I speak clearly too.  Barry said, 'Well, some people might not be good at talking to deaf people, they might move their lips in a funny way, or keep turning their faces away.'

This was really a worse thing to say, because it was like he did not realise that I have experienced this before! I will be 51 years old this year, and I have spent all my life meeting people who are not good at speaking to deaf people, I know how to cope with it!

So we started arguing about that, but not badly. It was after that I started thinking, because he then said he was going to visit his mother for the weekend, and his wife was going too. I said why was his wife going to, I thought they were going to get divorced, and Barry said yes, but of course she was still his mother's daughter-in-law and his mother liked to see her.  Which seemed fair enough, but after he left, I started thinking is he really going to get divorced?  He doesn't seem to be making any effort towards it.  He said his house was up for sale, but when I went and looked on Right Move, where you can see all the houses for sale in the UK, it is not listed on there.  So is he really intending to stay with his wife?  Is he intending to have a wife AND a girlfriend?

And then I started thinking about our horse trading business.  Barry has put NO money into it.  I have bought the land, the new fences, I am paying for the building work, the paving, the landscaping.  I am buying all the horses and poinies.  He is spending no money whatsoever.  But now he thinks it is 'fair' that he gets half the profits!

And what for?  Just for answering the phone!

I was talking to Pixie about this last night, and Pixie says that he thinks Barry is using me.

He says that if I want someone to answer phones, then he (Pixie) will do it for free.  He says that I don't need Barry, and no way should Barry get any of the money I earn, for doing absolutely nothing.

I think Pixie is right.  Barry is sponging off me.  Even moving his biggest horses to my land, well, I just thought it was for convenience, so we could ride together, but now I'm thinking it is just so they can eat the horse feed that I have paid for!  And so I'll pay the vet bills if they need them.  And anything else they need.

I think I've been an idiot.  I think I have let my physical attraction towards him let things happen (I don't mean sex, I was happy enough for that, I mean more doing everything for him and not thinking about how he just wants to take my money.)  Even the litle things, it is me who buys us drinks and pays for meals out and in, and pay for petrol to put in my car to drive us about.  Barry just does not spend even the smallest amount of money, ever.

He's away at his mother's house right now, of course.  But when he comes back, he is going to find it is all over.  He can take his horses off my land, and take his greedy self out of my life.

It's not an easy thing, because I thought I'd found someone good in Barry.  But I have to admit I was wrong.

It still hurts though.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
I have just left the hospital this morning. I checked my mail and expected finding
the attached copy of the transaction slip you used in sending the fee only to
read of a very shocking news about Barry's behavour.

There is no two ways about it horney, you do not need to boarder yourslef about
too much thinking.  Barry is actually sponging off you and Pixie was quite correct when
he said Barry was using you. If Barry was actually serious with the relationship
you are about building up with him, he was not suppose to talk of sharing of profit
at this time.  If he actually had the intention of divorcing his wife and getting
married to you, he was not suppose to talk of profit sharing by now when he intends
to have you as his wife. Horney, for sure Barry have some other things in his mind
and I am quite happy that you gave it to him straight away.

If he feels that he will do the talking and selling of horses and the likes, then he
should be talking of negotiating a salary with you and not sharing the profit because
he is not a shareholder in the business. How much has he contributed to the business
that will make him feel he is enttitled to profit sharing. It is even more strange
for Barry who has known you long before now to be talking and seeing your diffictult
hearing as an impediment to you at this time.  Hornestly, I think Barry is being
unfair to you after you have helped him all that much.

I am certain Barry is just using you otherwise, how could he be visiting his mother
with his so called wife that he wants to divorce. I want to tell you that Barry does
not intend to sell his house, he is only using all this to get whatever he wants
from you. If he actually wished to sell his house, you are correct it ought to have
been listed in Right Move.  Horney, I want to really make it clear to you that Barry
does not even want you as a girlfriend but sees you as some one he hopes to get all
his financial obligations solved.

Please as soon as he comes back, just let him know that you are nolonger interested
in his association. You are buying everthing, the land, the horses and even buying
feeds for his horses and he is spending nothing how does he thinks he gets half profits.

I will write you more later today horney.  Please take good care of yourself and
dont allow Barry's selfish intention to stress you.

Fond regards horney.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

You are right about everything, I think I've been a bit stupid.  I should have seen all this.  My mother used to say 'there's none so blind as those that will not see'.  I've been blind.  The more I think about it, the worse it all seems to be.  And you're quite right, Barry never worried about me going out to see clients or to do all the banking when I was working for him, he'd just say, 'I want you to go and see so-and-so today,' and never said, 'Do you think you'll be able to manage?' or anything like that.  But now, suddenly, I'm practically incapable of communicating with strangers in his mind, it's as if he wanted me to just keep out of the way or something, which is now making me wonder if he also intended cheating on me with money, you know, saying something like, 'I sold that pony for £1,000' when really he had sold it for £1,500' and he intended keeping the rest.

Maybe that's unfair of me, and he never intended that, but it does make you wonder.

I'm even wondering whether he told me the whole story about the bankruptcy.  He said it was all Pastor Andrew's fault, and Andrew had gone bankrupt with his Retreat Centre, and owed Kestrels so much money that Barry had to go bankrupt too.  And I do know that Andrew went bankrupt with the Centre, because I have seen him since then and he told me that himself, but I wonder if he was indeed the cause of Kestrels Consultants' bankruptcy, or whether it was something else. I don't know, I just don't feel I'm trusting Barry at all now.

Anyway, he is back home tonight, but I'm not seeing him tonight.  I will talk to him tomorrow, and tell him I just don't want him involved in my life or business anymore, and I want his horses taken back to his paddock, and I never want to see him again.  I've just emailed Megan (who, if you remember, moved out to go and live with Iain because she thought that my relationship with Barry was all wrong) and told her it seems she (and Iain) were right all along. 

I've talked to Heather and Vincent.  Heather just shrugged and said, 'Well, it's nothing to do with me, is it?' in her typical way, but Vincent is quite upset because he liked Barry who has taught him to ride and sort of been a buddy to him.  I said to him, 'Well, you've still got Pixie' and Vincent said, 'Yes, but Pixie's OLD!'  I suppose he thinks of Pixie as sort of a grandfather-figure really.

I can't say I can go to the bank tomorrow, because I don't know really what's going to happen with Barry.  If he is able to move the horses tomorrow, then I want to be there to keep an eye on everything.  So we'll say Wednesday, shall we?  It should only take a couple of days to go through, so will still be there by Friday.

I need to make proper arrangements about delivery, though, because I'm so often out somewhere these days, not just at the stables, but also riding out somewhere or other.

Glad to hear you are out of hospital.  How did you get on with not smoking while you were in there?  What do they do to help smokers nowadays?  Did you start it up again as soon as you got out, or are you too afraid now of hurting your lungs?

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
 
I saw your mail yesterday but was unable to reply because of the presence of my
children that came visiting when I got home from the hospital. Horney I want to
say that you are just too lucky to have discovered the kind of person Barry is
before it became too late. He is just a gready man and a cheat.

You have to make sure you stay in the stables today to make sure that he moves his
horses away and I will strongly advice you not to do anything with him again.
It could be so painful when a trusted person turns out to be a cheat. It may sound
unfair of your reason, but I tell you, Barry could sell a poney for 1,500 and
will tell you he sold it for 1,000 pounds. Just make sure he moves his horses away
from the stables today.

Megan will be happy to learn that you have actually discovered the kind of person
Barry is. Vincent will forget about him in the shortest possible time after all,
Pixie is there for him. I dont know if it could be possible for you to get a horse
trainer and employ him. I think I could be better for you.

Horney, I dont know the level of your difficult hearing, I am also 
experiencing difficult hearing, I was useing a hearing aid sometime ago. I was
useing a Panasonic self adjustable volume hearing aid. Do you have any? if you
can use one, it will improve your hearing.

Well you can go to the bank by tomorrow there is not going to be any problem about
that.  At the most, it will reflect on the account say by Friday. And of course
you will have to give me your delivery plan.

There was no problem with my smoking. I was allowed to smoke even in the hospital.
My ill health had nothing to do with my smoking. I still smoke but I try to avoid
cold drinks. I really feel for you. Barry must be crazy to behave that way.

Please horney keep your cool and forget about that bastard Barry. I will write you again later today.

Fond regards horney Rose with kisses for you my baby
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Richard, why are you lying to me?
 
Allowed to smoke in the hospital?  Oh yes, and how much were you fined?  £50 per cigarette is it?  Or £200 if you get taken to court?
 
How many thousands of pounds were the hospital fined?
 
If you are going to tell lies, then at least make it a semi-believable one!  That one was so ridiculous.
 
Amanda

Amanda Rose wrote:
Oh, unless you were in a PSYCHIATRIC hospital, of course!
 
I think you can still legally smoke in those. 
 
But you don't go to one of those for nimonia, you go to one of those because you are mentally ill.
 
So, either way, you are still lying.
 
I don't like it.

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
 
Why should I tell you a lie because of a little thing as smoking. I was in a United Nations
private hospital with a room to myself. I did got the doctors permision to smoke if
I wanted.
 
Horney I am not lying to you my love though it could be unbelievable but I did smoked.
 
How is Barry now?
 
Fond regards baby

Amanda Rose wrote:
Richard, stop this!

It is the LAW OF THE COUNTRY!

Nothing to do with ANY individual hospital.

ALL hospitals except the ones for people with mental illness are covered!

ALL private ones too!

I don't know why you are acting like I'm stupid!

You can't even smoke in ANY hospital GROUNDS now.

Do you think I've missed all the fuss on the News?

Do you think that just because I'm deaf I can't follow the news stories?

I'm not stupid, Richard.

In fact, I'm ANTI- the smoking ban, even though I don't smoke myself.  And I read the anti-smoking-ban websites too.  I'm very well-informed on this subject!

So stop giving me shit.

Amanda

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
 
You see, I was even surprise myself when I asked the Doctor if I could smoke and he
said if you wish to.
 
What about the hearing aid I talked about in my previous mail. I dont know if you will
what to use one. I will arrange for one when I am coming. But a result of your hearing
test will be required.  If you can arrange it please let me know.
 
Fond regards.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Stop lying to me!

And of course I wear hearing aids!  I've done so since I was a toddler! 

Great big boxes then that you wore on your chest, with big microphones.

Now small inside-the-ear ones.

Allows me to hear high pitched sounds like smoke alarms and burglar alarms, and also to tell (by a lower noise) when someone is speaking, even if I can't tell hear the individual words.

And the beat of music, surely I've told you I can get a sense of beat of music before?

PLEASE don't act like I'm stupid.  I've been deaf since the day I was born.  And you think I'd never known about hearing aids?

I can assure you that there is nothing wrong with my BRAIN!

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
 
I am not arguing with you horney, I know you are well informed about this smoking
ban in this country but I was surprised when the Doctor answer in afirmation. As a
matter of fact there was also another guy there that was equally smoking.  I think
because it is a hospital owned by the United Nations or something.
 
However, let us drop this baby.
 
Fond regards.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
 
I am really very sorry if I have offended you. I have this hearing problem also and I was
using this hearing aid that is why I was thinking of recomending it to you.
 
Please horney dont take offence please.
 
Have you been able to see Barry?  Rose I must say I am not always confortable each
time you appear to take offence at me. Baby I love you and I will never want to hurt your
feelings horney.
 
Fond regards baby.
Richard

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16. An undesired bank transfer

Richard wrote:
Hello horney Rose,
I was contacted about 30 minutes ago by Ambassador Owen as to the status of
the payment. I told him that you are likely to make the payment by tomorrow.
He said you should make the payment with this account information as given
below.
 
BARCLAYS BANK,
xxxx BRANCH LONDON
AC. NO. xxxxxxxx
AC. NAME MR. O. Uxxxx
SOT CODE xx-xx-xx
SWIFTBIC, xxxxxxxx
 
How are the children? hope Vincent and Heather are doing fine. My kindest regards
to all of them. Horney I am really taking my time now and by all means trying
to avoid too much of cold drinks for now.

What about Barry? have you seen him today?

Fond regards Rose you are great.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Richard, I thought this morning that I just wanted to get this whole thing over and done with, so I went to the bank on the way back from the stables, and made the transfer.

But I'd got the Jerome account details, that I'd copied out ages ago, I hadn't had my computer on since I put it off yesterday afternoon when I went to pick up Heather and Vincent, so I hadn't seen your email about now using a different account.

So now what do I do?  Is the Jerome one still OK for me to have used?  Or has he left the firm or something?  I don't know what to do now.

Please write quickly.

Regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
 
I have just seen your mail horney. Yes the instruction from the Ambassador is that
we should use the new account for what ever reason he has I don know.
 
But I think from want he said the new account is more appropriate for now.  So please
horeny make use of the new one.
 
Will write you more later.
 
Fond regards.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
 
It is really unfortunate that you did not check your mail before proceeding to the bank.

I was in contact again with the Ambassador. I told him that you have made the
transfer with the Jerome account. He said that you should do all you can to make the
transfer  with the new account for reason of accountability on their side.
 
So please horney, I am really sorry for all the inconveniences.  It was a good thing you
did to finalize this transaction but for the change of account.
 
How is Barry right now, you have not told me anything about him since he returned from
seeing the mother.
 
Rose please horney try and make the change of the transfer. with the new account.

I have often respected you baby you are really a woman of no mean character. Hard working and beautiful sluttish baby any man will love to have.
 
According to Owen, if you make the payment with the new account it will not take more
than a day for the money to get there because of the swift transfer code.
 
I am waiting to read from you baby Rose.
 
Fond regards horney.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I've only just got back from the stables (and picking up Heather).

You don't know anything about banking!  A SWIFT code is just a bank recognition code, it's for international transfers, you don't even use it for UK to UK transfers!  You use a sort code for that, but it's OK, the bank can call up the sort code from the SWIFT.  But a SWIFT code is nothing to do with the transfer going anywhere swiftly!  You are so funny!  I thought everyone knew that!

The speed of the transfer depends on whether its the same bank, same bank but different branch, same country but different bank, or a bank abroad, and it takes different lengths of time depending which country it's going to, and what currency exchanges it's got to make! 

How you got to your age without ever knowing that, goodness knows!

Anyway, I'm going to have to move swiftly myself if I've got to cancel the J J Jerome account transfer, because that's going to go through in a day or two too!  I don't know if I'm going to be in time by tomorrow, I wish you'd written straight away when I wrote earlier, then I could have gone back to the bank this afternoon on the way back to the stables, and stopped it quite easily. But I suppose you were out for a long lunch or something.

I'll tell you all about the Barry thing later, I've really got to feed the dogs right now, and check that Heather and Vincent have started on their homework.

It's OK, you know, about going into a psychiatric hospital, I guess you gave me a clue with all your talk of avoiding cold drinks, did you go into The Priory or something because you'd been drinking too much alcohol? 

I'm not surprised, you know, with all the running around you've been doing, flying here and there, you must have been under a lot of stress and strain, it's nothing to be ashamed of, it can happen to anyone, look at all the film stars who've been admitted in there.  You didn't have to cover it up from me and pretend something else had happened.  You know I was suspicious from the start, because no one goes into hospital with nimonia unless they also have AIDS or cancer or something, and then when you said you were smoking in there, it was so obvious it was a mental health hospital, not for physical treatment.  But it's OK, it's a normal thing that can happen, I don't think any worse of you for it, I just wish you could have trusted me and been honest with me, I'm not an ogre or a prude, you know!

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello My Horney,
 
Do you know what, you are just a genuse. How did you know that I am a novis in the
banking sector. Honestly I thought for the simple fact that there is a swift code
there in the account it will be transfered swiftly to the receiving account. You are
really quite informed. But I don't think you read banking at school. All the same
I think you are a versatile woman. But I think want must have informed my idea of
swiftness was when Mr Owen mention that it will be faster may be.
 
Horney, yes you have got to move swiftly even yourself to cancel the J.J Jerome. Are
you laughing about the swiftness? I am laughing my dear. Please Rose it will be
good if you can be in the bank on time tomorrow morning to see that the transfer
is done accordingly. Horney I will be very glad if you can be really swift about it.

You are quite correct, the speed of transfer really depends on the situations you have
mentioned. At least I have Lent that. I could not read your mail immediately you
wrote because of some issues that needed my attention in the office. I only accessed
my mail that very time I wrote you the first time for today. All the same horney,
I will wish you will be in the bank on time tomorrow.
 
OK horney I will expect reading about Barry when next you write.
 
Rose you are a wonderful woman. Your imaginations have in most cases gotten you
on the right part. I have really been leaving on  too much alcohol and it is not
unconnected to my ill health. You are very much correct my much travelling has been
responsible for this though.
 
Rose I love you my baby. Each time I mention your name I always feel you are
present. The kind of love I have for you now is more than the ordinary love between
a man and a woman. I think I just love everything about you baby and I am honest
about it.
 
Well, do assist Vincent and Heather to do their homework as they will need your guidance
for that.  How was the stables today? hope the horses are doing fine in there.

I will be expecting to read from you again baby.
I am sure you will be in the bank on time tomorrow to cancel the transfer.
 
Fond regards my horney Rose I love you.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I will be back to write to you later.

I'm in the middle of making bread sauce right now, and then we are going to eat, but I'll be back later after that.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
 
OK horney I just wished I will join in the eating. I am just making a do with a bottle of beer
not cold though.
 
Have yourself a sumptuous dinner horney I will be waiting for you.
 
I love you Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
 
Are you there baby?
 
I am waiting
 
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Sorry it took me so long to get back, by the time we had eaten, the children were rather tired, so I let them go off to their rooms and said I'd do all the clearing away.  I haven't done all the washing-up yet, mind you, I put the worst things to soak and just left them.

I saw Barry on Tuesday morning, he was already at the stables when I arrived, and he'd already cleared the dung from the fields and I realised two things immediately: (1) that I couldn't just switch off from being physically attracted to him, as soon as I saw him, all big and hairy and outdoorsy, my body responded as usual; and (2) I was going to miss him just being around the place, and being reliable in turning up and getting a few jobs done.  But lust and dung picking can't rule common sense, so I told him immediately that we needed to talk, and we went and sat and I told him that I'd been thinking, and felt that he was using me, and expecting me to spend money, while he took the results and rewards of that, and that I didn't think he had any intention of leaving his wife, and he was just taking all that was mine (including my body and my emotions) and giving nothing back in return.

Now I thought he would just talk about this, maybe even agree with me that'd he'd been unfair, be rational, be a man about it all.  But instead he just got defensive, and not only defensive but angry with it,  He was shouting something about sharing and giving and not asking me for anything (which is true enough, but only because he ASSUMED things instead of asking!) and I'd been willing enough to do this and do that and what did I know about his wife, I was making assumptions, but, quite honestly, I don't know the most of what he was saying, it is no good at all shouting at me, because when someone shouts, they move their mouth in different ways, and there's no way I can lip-read most of it, I can only lip-read normal speech, not mouth-contortions!  So I suppose it was rather funny really, because he was opening and shutting his mouth and showing his teeth and then getting up and walking up and down and turning away, which was even more useless for me, so he is shouting all these things, and I only ever see one word in maybe a hundred, so I've got no idea what he is saying and I'm saying, 'You have to calm down and sit down for me to understand,' and he's opening and shutting his mouth some more and looking so silly I'm almost ending up giggling.

In the end I just got up and went to check over the horses and ponies, checking they hadn't cut themselves anywhere in the night, or got their tails tangled in branches, with Barry following behind, presumably still fruitlessly opening and shutting his mouth.  In the end, he did face me, and did stop shouting, and we did sit down again, but it wasn't a useful conversation, he kept accusing me of blowing hot and cold and changing my mind and trying to manipulate, all of which was very exaggerated, so I ended up defending myself, which was all the wrong way round, really, I've done nothing wrong.

Then he tried to just kiss and cuddle me as if that would make everything right, and even suggested we made love across a straw bale, which was tempting, but that would have ruined everything I so needed to say and do, so I said no, and said all that was over, which just started him shouting again.  And we just seemed to go round in circles like this, talk for a bit, but not productively, then he'd go off into shouting again and I didn't know what he was saying.

In the end I had to go, because I'd left the dogs behind at home, and I needed to get back to them, so he went too, but I arranged to see him again in the evening, at my home.  I spent the afternoon quite tense and upset and reactive, I suppose, but I'd calmed down by the time he came back in the evening, and this time we did manage to talk, at least he couldn't start shouting in my home with the children here.

Of course, he still wanted to defend himself, and say things weren't like the way I said, but he did at least say he wasn't totally sure about leaving his wife (and children), and he probably had made a few too many assumptions about the business.  I don't really think he meant to be bad, I think he just went for every opportunity he saw, almost without thinking how the situation really was. Maybe he always has in life, just going for what he wants and never minding who is in the way or who he hurts or anything else. Just selfish really.

The evening ended OK, though we were a bit stiff and cold towards each other, and then that was that.

Today though it was really strange going to the stables and finding that he wasn't there, and I realised this was how it was going to be now, and I'd be without company and anyone to talk with or to share things with. But that's the way it goes, isn't it? I'm not going to just use him for company, either, over is over and that's it.

Barry has still got to collect his horses, he's bringing the horsebox tomorrow.  I'll see him again then, but then that'll be it, no more.

I'm glad I realised that he's just a selfish opportunist and a leech, but I'm still a bit turmoiled, I'm also seeing the stableyard without him, and no more getting up close with his body, and all sorts of things. Damn it, I'm going to miss him too.

And that's about it.

Sorry I've taken so long to write this.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
I am writing this mail after mid-night. It is a very pathetic that relationship has
to end that way. Simply out of nothing but greediness on the part of Barry.
I think there is one thing very clear about this, and that is Barry is not ready to
divorce his wife.  There is no mistaking about it, Barry has been using you for
his selfish end.  There is no doubt that you were actually in love with him but
he was using it for a kind of opportunity to gain what he has not worked for.

Thank goodness that you were not intimidated by the physical love you have for him,
otherwise that would have just meant your total submission to all his antiques.

He knew exactly what he was doing that was why he was always shouting each time
you approached him for discussion and how to fine tone all the mess he had in his
mined. I will advice that for now, you have nothing to do with him. Try and be
yourself. Even if he shows up tomorrow, still take your stand don't give him the
chance to over ride you any more.  Let him know your stand about the whole thing.
He has been pretending all along, covering by showing himself as hard working man
that is why he will always be in the stables early and clearing dungs to cover
for his greedy intentions.

I know you will miss him horney, but it is better for you to stand firm and show him
by all means you do not need him any more. That is just that.

How is it going to be tomorrow? please do all you can to be in the bank early enough
to see that the initial transfer is canceled and make the transfer with the new
bank account and remember to pick up the transaction form and send me a scanned copy
of it so that I can forward it to Mr Owens.

I am really very happy that Barry showed himself up at this stage of the business.
Because I am beginning to think that if Barry has remained with you for a long time,
who knows, he will one day take over your business without your knowing.
Just be calm of yourself, be firm and irrevocable tell him straight that you don't
need him any more.

It is half past midnight now horney and I want to go to bed. Endeavor to write me
first thing in the morning before you make it to the bank.

Have a nice sleep horney if ever you can read this before going to bed.

Fond regards and lots of kisses for you baby.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
How are you today? hope every thing is ok.
How about the children hope they are fine.
Well if you are able to go to the bank today,
please keep me informed later in the day. For
now I dont think I will be able to access my
mails again until tomorrow because of where
I am going right now.
Fond regards.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard,

Where did you go yesterday?

I went back to the bank and said I wanted to cancel the transfer to the J J Jerome account, and a 'recall' has been entered, but the lady said it might not go through in time, because once the money enters somebody else's bank account, it cannot be recalled.  And apparently the money can enter another bank account even 24 hours before it shows up in there as far as the customer is concerned.  So I have to wait and see, I won't know for certain until Monday whether or not it has been successfully recalled.

If it has not, then it will have to stay sent that way, and will have to be taken out of the J J Jerome account.  I presume that is not really a problem.

Yesterday was the very strange day, very unexpected, and I am not 100% sure yet what I am thinking!  Barry came to the stables just in his car, not with the horsebox at all, and I was ready to be angry about this, but he said, 'Please just come with me, I want to take you somewhere.'  I'm not stupid, and I wasn't getting in his car and then being dependent on him bringing me home again, so I said I'd drive myself wherever he wanted me to go, and only then if there was a very good reason for the going.  He said he wanted me to go back to his home, and talk with his wife.  He would not say more than that, and it was curiosity that made me agree.

And so we went to his home, and his wife was very welcoming, and we all had coffee round their big kitchen table and she started talking to me, with Barry just sat there like a vulnerable little boy, if that is not too silly a thing to say about such a big man.

Of course, she has known all along about me, and it was true enough that when we started that they were not getting along too well, because they had been arguing much about the children and their schools (they are in private school and Barry thinks this is good, and Juanita, his wife, wants to take them out of it and send them to mainstream schools), and Juanita had threatened to leave with the children so she could have her wish.  But since then they are compromising and intending instead to change the boys' schools (to another private one, but less traditional) next year.

Juanita had told Barry that he should tell me that they had reconciled, but Barry was afraid of doing so, because he was afraid he would lose me.  And about all the money things, she says that there was no reason for the lack of giving from Barry except that he doesn't think.  She says they have never had to worry about money or add it up and do budgeting, so how much things are costing and who is doing the paying does not usually enter his mind, he is no good businessman, she said, he is vague and does not do his calculations.  She said that their paddocks were in bad condition, and it was the relief to move Magnus and Nimrod to my better land, and that was all he thought about, again not about the money involved.  But he was not doing the sponging, just the thoughtlessness.  And they could make that right, but I would need to be strict with Barry and present him with bills and tell him what he needed to pay, both in business and in social life, because otherwise he sits in his happy world and forgets.

She said she was most happy for him and I to continue the relationship, she did not have the problem with that, they had always had the open relationship and were happy to have more people involved.  She told me that she had a boyfriend as well as Barry, and had been in the close relationship with him for many years, and he came to the house and stayed overnight and it was not any issue of jealousy or possessiveness or anything, they liked people and liked everyone to be happy.  She said that if I was looking for a husband who would be exclusive and love only me, then Barry was not the one, but if I was happy with a part-time love, then it was good with her that we both had him part-time, and she had her part-time boyfriend too, and this way we could all be happy.

Apart from all this talking, Juanita also showed me photos of the children, who are very beautiful, and the eldest is the same age as Vincent, so she said Barry could bring him to meet Vincent at the weekend, when he was home from school, and bring Pierre's pony over too, and they could ride together.  She took me to see the ponies, who are very cute, and her own horse which is very finely bred, part-Arab, and also her two Shih Tzu's which are very funny and run everywhere with joy like they are giggling.  She hugged me and said we could sort all this out, and she'd leave us alone now because she had a friend to visit.

So Juanita left and I just looked at Barry and Barry looked at me and he said he was sorry, he was the idiot, and he was thoughtless like Juanita said, and he'd been so happy and was so afraid of losing me, and I said sorry for calling him a leech, and I wanted him so much, and I didn't want to resist any longer, and so we had crazy sex on the floor and I said what if Juanita came back and he said she would just say 'excuse me' and go past, it really was not any issue, she has seen him fuck someone before, and when her boyfriend comes to stay, he can hear very well what is happening, and he imagines that the boyfriend is the better lover than him from what he hears, but that's OK, he's not in a competition.  I made the joke and said when do I get to meet the better lover boyfriend, then? and then we laughed a lot and everything seemed very OK.

And today?  I think I am mentally adjusting.  A shared boyfriend was not in my plans for life.  I expected to have one day the new husband, who was all mine and lived with me full-time.  I divorced Mark for the adultery.  Though it was not so much the sexual acts that were the problem, but the fact he was never home, and disregarded me, and we had nothing in common and nothing to say to each other.  But I can't let go of Barry just because he wants Juanita too.  Juanita is lovely, and if I was him, I'd want Juanita too, I don't blame him for that.  I want him, she wants him, he wants us both.  I'm just trying to get my mind around that, and think about what I really want.  And I think, well, do I really want a new man to live with me all the time?  I like Barry staying the weekends, but do I want a man here all the time?  I have the nice life in my own way by now, I'm used to being the only adult in the house.  And not having to put up with someone else's routines and habits.  Maybe maybe this is for best.

So that is today.  I need to go shopping for the groceries this morning.  I will see Barry later.  It is the crazy week.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
I attended a workshop that is being organised in preparation for our trip to Sudan and
it took all of yesterday.  As a matter of fact we have just rounded up about now
and I am so tired and just able to wirite you this few lines.
Well I read all you said about Barry and his wife. I would be able to write better by
tomorrow.
Have  weekend horney.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
 
How are you doing today? I hope it is going to be a very nice weekend more
so as you have reconciled with Barry. Horney I love you for all you are.
I love women who do not hide their feelings. Even right there on the floor
in Barry's house you had a crzy sex. That must have been so enjoying though.

I think I also like the kind of woman Barry's wife is too. She really appears
to be hornest and never took side with the husband and just told you
straight the kind of person Barry is. She should be a nice woman.

Horney, all I can tell you for now, is that you still need to be careful with
Barry especially on the issues concerning money. Because I cannot still imagine
Barry asking of spliting profit 50 50 while the business is still at this
stage.  Just be careful and dont trust him completely with money.
 
Ok, the relationship should continue. Keep with Barry.  But How do you feel
with the wife's coment of if you are expecting to have Barry as husband all
to yourself you did better forget him. You have to think about that because
with you, I know you need a guy who is supposed to be your full husband and
living with you which I think is good for you.
 
However, just keep the relationship for now and let us watch what it will
turn out to be. Or what do you say.
 
Horney please, you have to be in the bank early on Monday to see to the
cancellation of the transfer.  If it is done, immediately they should transfer with
the other account.
 
Rose, you are special to me that is why I am not entirly happy with the
way Barry is going about the whole thing. However, I am still in the wings waiting. Rose
I love and cherish you for life.
 
Baby do have the best of the weekend and by allmeans make yourself happy and have
lots of fun.
 
Fond regards. horney Rose with blown off kisses for you my baby
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
 
How was your weekend baby? how the children? hope you are all doing fine.

The weekend for me was splendid. I was not at home all through the weekend.
I visited a friend and only came back this morning. It was all fun for me
special seafood and fish recipes, and drinks. I however, had to avoid
the tempation of drinking cold beer.
 
How is Barry? was he at home over the weekend. What about the horses and
the stables. Hope everything is going on fine. I know by now you must have
been through with the land scaping and everything is now looking fine.

Horney Rose you are suppose to have been to the bank today. Hope the transfer
has been done accordingly. Please let me read how you faired in the bank
immediately you read this mail.
 
Fond regards baby and waiting to read from you. I love you.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
What is happening? hope no problems. I have been expecting
your mail.
Please let me read from you horney and what is the status
of the transfer now.
Horney I must read from you now.
Fond regards.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I've been out all today, and then this evening Pixie came for a meal, and has only just left.

I went back to the bank around lunchtime to see what was happening, but the money I sent to the Jerome account has not been returned to me, so I'm assuming I was too late in cancelling it, and it got transferred.  So whoever is dealing with this now will have to collect it from him.  Details if required:

Account Name: A. R. Morrison
Bank: HSBC, Windermere
Sort code: 40-xx-01
Account Number: xxxxxxxx

I'd like the delivery arranged for Friday morning (between 10 and noon) if possible.

All is well here, I'll write you a bit more maybe tomorrow, I'm rather tired right now!

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
Thank you very much for your mail. From what I read you went to the bank to
confirm if the transfer has been recalled to enable you make a retransfer
to the new account which was sent to you. You did presumed that since the
transfer was not recalled uptill yesterday, that the money must have gotten
into the account of J.J. Jerome.

I will suggest that you have to revisit the bank because it is still likely that
the transfer could still be recalled in the nearest possible time. I do not
think the money has gotten into the J.J. Jerome account as the Ambassador
does not see any possibility of that according to him though.

Please as a matter of urgency, try and go to the bank and find out if the
transfer has been recalled or canceled.

Horney I will be waiting to read from you. How is Pixie doing? my regards to
everybody out there.

Fond regards baby.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I'm only just home, and I'm not turning out again today to go to the bank!  As far as I know, the transfer has gone through to the J. J. Jerome account, because it certainly had not been returned to my account yesterday.  I can go and ask again, maybe tomorrow, but I can't pay the money to the new account until or unless it is returned from the Jerome account, otherwise I'll be paying twice!

Yes, of course I will take your advice and still keep a close eye on Barry regarding money!  Though now I do more believe that he simply doesn't think, but just blunders his way ahead with whatever comes into his mind.  Nonetheless, he has been able to give some good advice regarding getting an accountant and registering as a Limited Company (with Juanita and Pixie as directors, so we've got one from each side!).  I think I'm happy with the way things are, at least for now, I'm enjoying my life as it is, even if it is a little unconventional, it does suit me, really.

Pixie is in fine spirits lately, he is calling me his Modern Girl and teasing me quite a bit.  He has been to see Vincent ride, which pleased Vincent a lot, though Pixie still says that he is not going to join in this hobby, he is too old to have his bones jolted round on horseback, he says.  Vincent started calling him 'Granddad' after that, just being cheeky.

We've had such dark days and so much rain here the past few days, I do like autumn though, it's my favourite season, the lands seems somehow more 'real' then, which probably sounds silly to you, but that's how it feels to me, I love the rain-mist settling so low over the hills and it's like the earth is in expectation of something.  It's almost a magical time, I can see how the Pagans believe that the year is the New Year at the end of this month.  I feel a bit sorry for you being stuck in a city at this time.  Have you always lived in London? 

I was born in Lincoln, as I might have told you before, and so it seemed very strange when I first moved up here with Mark, like some sort of backwards place where nothing ever happened - pretty, of course, but uneventful.  Now I love it.  It is more rugged and real than artificial city life.  But maybe you would disagree? 

Iain has no interest in ever leaving here, but then his life is in the hills and on the Lakes.  Megan says that she will be glad to move elsewhere, though, and once she leaves school, she intends to live in cities or large towns forever.  But she is unlike the rest of us, she likes to put on her smart clothes and keep clean and go and sit in smart places and go shopping and, I suppose, act like quite a typical teenager.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
I have just been too busy with arrangements as regards my trip to Sudan in a few days
ahead. For sure this is going to be the last of such trips for the year horney so that
I can really have enough time for myself.

Yes there is no way you will have to make payment twice for a single transaction. I
don't know now if you have been to the bank and have found that the money to the
J.J. Jerome account have been returned or not. However, Mr. Owen was in contact with
 me yesterday and from what he said, the J.J. Jerome account is now dormant or
something like that and according to him the money you sent to that account is supposed
to have been returned to you.  However, he is of the view that if the money has not
been returned to you, you have to send the transaction form to him as an evidence that
money was sent to the account so that he can go straight to the bank with the
information. So Rose, please if you get to the bank and they still say that your
money has not been returned, just pick up the transaction form scan it and send it to
my mail so that I can forward it to Mr. Owens.  On the other hand, if the money has
returned, just make a change of the transfer to the new account.

I think I am beginning to understand that Barry may not just be money minded after all
but a little bit thoughtless and just blunders his way ahead with whatever that just
comes his way. Based on what Juanita said about him and upon your confirmation too.

Well not too bad after-all a lot of people have often made mistakes over a good idea they
have because of their wanting to critically review such good ideas and have often ended
up rather badly. However, he should be watched closely with anything concerning money
not with the intention of cheating but to avoid blunders that might result as a result
of his just blundering his way into whatever that comes his mind.  Nice he has come
up with the idea of getting an accountant and getting the company registered as a
limited Company.

Oh yes horney I think Pixie has just discovered that there is something in you that makes you his Modern Girl, probably your recent smart decision about Barry and the way you handled it may be he has just seen that Rose is beautiful. And above all horney you are a real Modern Girl. Nice he has seen Vincent his friend ride too.

Horney, please I have just been called to report for a short meeting with one of the
protocol officer in respect of  our trip.  I will write you more, but please get
back to me.

Fond regards horney.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

How is it in London?  I see from the forecast that you are under a Severe Weather Warning at the moment!  It has been quite nice up here today, so it is a change for you southerners to get something instead.

I didn't have time to get to the bank today, because Barry had arranged an appointment to go and see two ponies for sale, two young sisters, Mystery and Magic, and they are so sweet, we bought them (yes, he paid for one too!), I'm going to have to ask Iain to go and take a photograph of them when they arrive, they are so cute, I must show you!  Anyway, we didn't get back until about four o'clock, and then we went and checked on the stables and let the dogs have a run (they'd been with us all day, but cooped up in the car, of course), and then I waited for Vincent to finish with Shannon, so I could give him a lift home, and pick up Heather on the way, and I'm not long home now.

But I'll go to the bank tomorrow and do as you say.  If the money hasn't returned, and it should have done if Mr Jerome has closed his account, unless, of course, it went through just before he closed it, then I'll get a copy of the transfer form for him.  I don't have a scanner, of course, though, so I'll have to have an address, so I can send it through the post.

I also need to see about buying Iain a birthday present, it's his 20th birthday next week.  I really don't know what to get him though, I think I'm going to have to pay a secret visit to Suzy (if I can get hold of her!  She works such odd hours, she is hard to pin down, but I'll email Megan and see if she knows when she'll be home alone) and see if Suzy knows anything he wants.

Well, I'd better get on and feed the dogs and rinse some potatoes for tonight.  I'm just making some toad in the hole with onion gravy, which is filling enough in itself, but I think it's always nice to have a few potatoes with it, and we've got some nice Charlottes at the moment.

Hope all is well with you and the weather!

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
How are you doing? horney it has been so tight for me hear amidts all the arrangement
for my trip to Sudan. I have been so busy more so you know this is an African Assignment.

I hope you made it to the bank today. How was it like, were they able to cancel the
transfer? please horney any transaction form you have to send to me should be
scaned and sent to me so that I can forward it to Owen from where ever I may be.

You mean Barry paid for one of the ponies? that is surprising then. Which means Barry
is now investing gradually in the horse trade. From what you said the two sister could
be a delight to watch. Please ask Iain to take a picture of them and let me see
them myself.

Great, Iain will be 20 years next week. And what gift are you thinking of buying him
this time. Ok I see, I think you have to do just that, try and get hold of Suzy perhaps
she may know what will interest Iain this time. But not Suzy making her choice
anyway.

Horney Rose you are just a wonderful woman. Quite up and doing. Making sure that
things are equally attended to. Please my regards to everybody there.
Rose please
endeavour to scan the form and send it to me as soon as all is done.

Fond regards horney
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

What part of Sudan are you going to?

I went to the bank yesterday while I was out grocery shopping, but they had a notice up apologising for the short-staffing, and there was big queues of pensioners collecting their pensions, and you know what that's like, so I thought I couldn't wait (I had frozen foods in the car), so instead just looked at my account balance at the hole in the wall, and the money certainly hasn't been returned to my account, so I'm still thinking it has gone through.

I can get a copy of the transfer form, I should think, but I'm going to have to send it through the post, so I will need an address, I don't have a scanner.  Iain's got one, but he's left today for an orienteering course near Loch Lomond.  He's going to be away for his birthday, of course, but I told him we could have a belated celebration when he returns.

I saw Suzy and she said what she thought he would really like would be a canoe of his own, he does complain about the Outdoor Centre ones he borrows.  I know absolutely nothing about canoes, of course, so I had to ask Iain himself about this, so he knows what he is getting, because he is going to have to show me the one he wants.  Again, that is going to have to wait until he comes back from Scotland.

I've got a cold, it's not too bad, but I decided that I wouldn't go to dog training this morning, which is why I am at home.  It's raining a bit at the moment, but it is supposed to be better weather later.  Barry was doing morning stables, Heather has gone out anyway, but Vincent is waiting for the rain to stop!

Fond regards
Rose

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17. Waiting for a transfer slip - and Richard has a new plan

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
How are you doing horney? I arrived Sudan yesterday about 4.30 pm. I am presently
in the Dafur Region of Sudan. I am in the team of United Nations Medical team
assigned to that region of Sudan for health care delivery as a result of
epidemics that is ravaging that region because of the war situation in the
region. The war has however ended but the epidemics is as a fall out of the
after war effect. We are doing doing our best to cover as mush area as we
can in the shortest possible time.

From your mail, I understand you were in the bank on Friday. I am very surprised
that you are saying the money has not returned back to your account while
Mr. Owen is saying that the J.J. Jerome account is no longer operational.

If you are able to get to the bank today, make sure you get the transaction
form from the bank and do all you can to scan it and send to me. Horney if you
don't have a scanner, you can check out any of the library around I think you
can be able to scan it from there. It is very important you scan it and send
it to my mail so that I can forward it to Owen as a proof that you sent money
to the account. I did not carry my laptop along so my access to computer is
going to be very remote. We have a central computer room hear that is serving
everybody so you wouldn't have enough time for yourself with many other people
queuing behind you.

Is Iain used to canoes? I am surprised at his preference for canoe. Well you
just have to let him get what he wants. So when is he coming back from Scotland.

Horney how is the cold now with you? hope you have gotten over it horney. Rose
baby I love you and it is real a great thing reading from you here in Sudan.

Please you should endeavor to let me read more from you horney.  How is Barry
now? hope he is fine and doing things just the way expect him to do. Nice to
hear Vincent and Heather are doing fine too.

My lovely Rose you are my number for life baby I really love you horney.

Well do your best to see that a scan copy of the form is sent to me baby so that
I can forward it to Ambassador Owen. I wonder what he should be thinking now
of further demurrage as regards the consignment. However, it is important that
he receives a proof of payment so that we can have ground to argue with him
in case of more demurrage charges coming in.

Fond regards Rose a lot of blown off kisses for you my horney from Africa
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I didn't realise you were going to Sudan already.  Do you speak Arabic then?  Do you have to join in with Islamic things?

You are strange saying that you were surprised at Iain wanting a canoe.  I've told you MANY times that Iain has spent the last year training as an Outdoor Pursuits Instructor.  He is a qualified canoeing TEACHER!

Of course I haven't 'got over' my cold yet.  I only started with it on Saturday, and Saturday until now is not 6 days!

I've told you before that the library does not have scanning facilities!  It is an ordinary town library and they don't have things like that, they have a photocopier, but that is all.  A library is a place to borrow books from, not a business centre!  Anyone would think you'd spent your entire life being brought up in some very foreign country, sometimes, the amount of things you seem totally ignorant about.  When I get to the bank again, I will get a copy of the transfer form and I WILL PUT IT IN THE POST in the normal way.  All this 'scanning' business is ridiculous.  This is England with a very good postal service, not the jungles of Brazil or something!  Give me the address to send it to, I really am getting bored of all your peculiar ways of wanting to do something.

Magic and Mystery are coming to us on Thursday, so that will be exciting.  Iain will be  home on Friday, and I'm hoping to spend time with him on Saturday, and we'll have a belated birthday meal in the evening, Megan says she'll take the day off work and be there too.  And on Sunday we've planned for Vincent to ride with Barry's children, Pierre and Josef.  So I need to get better quickly!

Hope all is well with you.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
I thought I mentioned it to you that I will traveling to Sudan
on the 10Th of October, I cannot remember though, but I think
I have mentioned it to you before. Well I am here right. I don't
speak Arabic neither do I have anything to do with Islamic things
but just here as a social worker and managing to get through it
with the help of Interpreters all around.

I hope you really get better quickly before the weekend to be
able to attend to the very busy weekend that is imminent.

OK the library you have there is just an ordinary town library
and do not have such facilities as scanner. Oh horney come off it,
why not. I know that library is place to read and borrow books. I
was only thinking they will have some office equipment right there.
However, since Iain will be home on Friday, you can as well do
the scanning in his place or better still Megan can do that as
well. Horney you just do please scan it for me and send it to my
email so that I will send it to Owen. I still feel you have to
confirm it with the bank if the transfer really went through because
Owens seems to be saying that the J.J. Jerome account is closed.

The two sisters you talked about is it? Magic and Mystery. You said
you will send me their picture. I am still expecting to see them.

What is going to be the belated birthday meal? you just mention it
so that I could be salivating even though I am in Sudan. How old
are Barry's children. They can also ride. Vincent for sure will have
himself a great fun riding together with them.

I almost forgot, yes horney you mentioned it to me sometime ago that
Iain has trained as an Outdoor Pursuits Instructor. He is really
a qualified coning teacher. He actually deserves one for his own.

Well my horney I am here in Sudan and the whole thing is so boring
work and work no fun what soever. The people here are all Islamic
extremists and very traditional.

Horney do have a good day and please get back to me as soon as you
possibly can.

Fond regards horney. I love you.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Oh, Magic and Mystery are not even here yet, Barry is collecting them tomorrow.

I'm not cooking or anything for Iain's belated birthday meal, we are going to have the hugest Chinese takeaway, lots and lots of dishes. Do you like Chinese? What's your favourite selection? I guess you have better Chinese takeaways in London, though the one here is OK.

It was quite misty here this morning, which I didn't think would do my cold much good, if I took the dogs out in it. I haven't taken them out since last Friday, though Megan did come and take them for a walk on Sunday. I do want to have a little stroll with them today, though, so I've been waiting for the mist to clear, it looks much better out now, so I'll go out soon. Not far, because I don't want to start coughing, but just a little change of scene for the dogs. At least I can taste things today, I haven't been able to for the last couple of days.

Vincent came home from the stables absolutely covered in mud yesterday, I said had he fallen off, but no, apparently Barry had taken him for a very muddy ride, including a slide down a hill, and the mud had sprayed everywhere, Vincent said Barry looked much the same, I had to laugh, because it is like without me there as well, the pair of them just turn into a pair of Just Williams.

Barry's boys are aged 11 and 6, and the cutest and brightest children you ever did see. They haven't met Vincent before, but we're rather hoping that Pierre, he's the 11 year old, will get on well with Vincent, being more or less the same age (Vincent will be 11 at the beginning of next month). We'd hoped to get them together a week or two ago, but that didn't work out due to one or the other of Barry's children having other engagements. They've both been on horseback since they could sit up, so are very competent, even Josef always rides alone, never on the leading rein. They are going to help with Magic and Mystery when they come, being much more experienced than Vincent.

Well, I think I'd better get out with Cherry and Cody, before it starts pouring with rain or something. Heather and Vincent have just left for school, but I'll leave washing-up their breakfast things until I come back.

Hope all is well with you.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
It is far past mid night hear but I am up because of a very late schedule that was
kept yesterday. More so because of very limited availability of computers. And so
you will find this mail when you wake up first thing in the morning.

I am so happy to read from you horney. especially on the meal arrangement of Iain's
belated birthday. Oh yes why not, I love Chines take aways. I enjoy them very well.
There are just too many of such Chinese restaurants here in London with wonderful dishes
that makes me go eating Wilde. My best combination for sometime now have been
Sesame Prawns and Toasts for appetizer and of course Chicken in oyster sauce with
mixed vegetable for main menu.

You must have taken your stroll with the dogs by now and I hope you did not go too
far because of your cold. Nice Megan my good girl was at home on Sunday and even
took the dogs out. How is she doing now. Is she still working with the hotel or
something. I hope you are able to eat now? horney Rose I hope you get better
before the weekend.

Oh my goodness, Vincent is really having himself a swell time with the horses and
I think Barry is doing a great job there. Vincent has almost become a perfect rider
to go through a muddy terrain and even slide down a hill. That is great.

I think Barry must have done a great job to make his child of 6 years old
to ride alone. Barry must have been quite used to horses  for a long time now if that
is the case

Horney because of your cold for sure you are not visiting the bank this week, but
by next week I hope you will be fine to do that and get the form scanned in Iain's
place either with the help of Megan so that I can forward it to Owen and see what
he has to say about the J.J. Jerome's account. But that is of course if the transfer
was not stoped.

My baby most beautiful Rose, I want to sleep now and have a nice rest against a
very busy task ahead later this morning. I am going to picture you right by my side
while on bed and hold on tight to my dick and cum for you baby. I love you my pretty
Rose.

Fond regards and have a nice day ahead.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

It's not very warm here this morning, though it's supposed to get sunny later.  But I've put the heating on for the first time this year!

I had the Mobile Groomer out yesterday to trim Cody and Cherry, so they feel a lot lighter and bouncier this morning, they both just have plain clips, puppy clips they are called, nothing fancy like you see in the show ring, that's not very practical for ordinary life, especially not in winter with all the mud.

I did then go and do a little shopping in the afternoon, but no, I haven't been back to the bank yet, I'll do that next week, I need to make a couple of appointments anyway, with a solicitor and with an accountant, to make sure I'm doing everything right regarding the horse trading business, so I need to get a bit organised!  Yes, Iain can scan the copy of the bank transfer form, and email it back to me so I can send it on, but surely I need to send it to Mr Jerome, not you?  If you let me have his email address, I'll do that.  It'd be a lot easier to put it in the post, mind you, because I could do that the same day I get it, I've got envelopes and stamps at hand.

Pixie has his friend (or boyfriend, I think) Robert staying with him at the moment, I've met him, he's really nice, very well-spoken and intelligent chap, so he's coming tonight for Iain's Chinese Feast as well, I think Iain will like him, Robert has done a lot of travelling and mountain walking, so they should have plenty to talk about.  Yes, Megan is still working weekends at the hotel, though not today, because of Iain's belated birthday celebrations, I don't really see much of her these days, but she does email me quite a bit (though usually just one or two lines to say hello!), which is more than Iain does.  But I don't think that young men really think about those things.

I hope all is going well with you out there.  I presume it is a lot warmer there than it is here!  The weather forecast says that there will be night frosts in many places tomorrow night.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose Horney,
Thank you very much for your last mail which I am just able to reply now because
of unavailability of PC and of course very tight engagement here in Sudan. You
had your heater on for the first time this year. I presume it was cool.

It was nice you took time out to shave Cody and Cherry. It will really make them
bouncier and look smarter. Puppy clips, could be extra ordinary for Cody and
Cherry who are almost growing into the Mr. big dogs. That is splendid. I think
you are now very fit after your cold horney and that goes to say you really
had a nice weekend with Iain, Megan and others in the belated birthday celebrations of Iain. What was the Chinese combination? How I wish I was
there horney. Was Barry in attendance?.

Horeny things are just too difficult for me here in Sudan. First of all you
hardly can get English food in the Dafur Region, and where this is available,
is so expensive. A lot of abused children all around and once finds it difficult
to hold back his hands from giving some times to this children. We have
very limited finance here and as a matter of fact horney I am out of money
here. Much provision was not made for us. Every payment and allowances are
to be paid when we return back to base in London. Horney I am prompted to
ask you for assistance financially to safe me from the financial crunch I am
facing here.  Horney I will need you to help me with just 300 or 250 pounds
to ease up the financial crunch I am experiencing here. I have just made a
friend here whose name is Sunday Okafor. He works with UNICEF head quarters
in Cotonou Republic of Benin and he will be travel ling to Cotonou by tomorrow
and will be back in Sudan either Friday or Saturday this week. Horney please
I want to plead with you that you send me this money through him via western
union so that he will pick it up and bring it to me when he is coming back to
Sudan. I can not receive money here in Sudan I would have asked you to send it
to me direct to Sudan.  So please horney Rose I am hoping you can help me.
I know how distasteful it is for you to go to western union but for the sake of
our mutual understanding please help me do this. You can send the money with
the information below.

RECEIVERS NAME   SUNDAY OKAFOR
ADDRESS  UNICEF HEAD QUARTERS COTONOU REPUBLIC DE BENIN
TEXT QUESTION  FOR WHO
TEXT ANSWER    FOR RICHARD.

Horney please assist me with this. As for the consignment, Owen was in contact
with me and I told him I am in Sudan and that delivery will be made as soon as
I return to London. Horney I have concluded that the moment I return, I will pay
off the charges get the consignment out and together with Owen, we will deliver
the consignment to you.  Upon arrival, Owen will return to London after you
have signed the delivery note book for him and I will remain in Cumbria a couple
of days. He said something of demurrage,  but I assured him I will pay up everything
when I return to London by the middle of November.  Rose, please help me do
this.

Horney, please I am waiting to receive your reply to this mail immediately. I
hope everybody is OK there. How is the stables and Barry too. Vincent and
Hether too hope they are doing fine.

Rose I love you baby and I was nice reading your mail. Horney please let
me read from you now.

Fond regards baby with blown off kisses for you Rose I love you.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Babay,
 
I am right now by a computer please let me read from you immediately.
 
Fond regards Rose my horney.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
What is going on? I expected your mail yesterday. Please horney you must
help me out with what I asked from you.
I am waiting to read from you.
Fond regards.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Sorry I couldn't write to you before - guess what!  I've got swine flu!

I've been fit for nothing the past couple of days, and even now I haven't really got any concentration or anything.  Heather and Vincent have to be kept at home, not go to school, in case they are now incubating it, so they can enjoy a few days' extra holiday (it is half-term next week anyway), they can still go to the stables of course, though Heather (who, if you remember, has Firefly at Melanie's place again) has to avoid Dee and the others.  Barry has taken over our lot.  Megan is staying at home too, she's also in quarantine due to being here last Saturday.

I don't understand why you have money problems, they must have banks there!  Go and draw off a card, that's the sensible thing to do, you can use them at any banks now.

I'll write more to you when I am a bit better.  At the moment I think I've got cotton wool where my brain used to be!

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose

Rose I am really very sorry  for not being able to reply your mail until now. The
whole place is completely messed up. No electricity for the past seven days. The only
place from where I have been sending mails have been under closure since then and they
have just managed to put it right not quite 1hr ago. As a matter of fact I am among
the first 5 people that have just used computer for the past 7 days from here.

Oh horney I am really very sorry for your health condition right now. How has it been
since then. Is it giving you fever, cough, tiredness or runny nose? have you been
treated since then.  It is important you take special care of yourself against this.

How is Heather and Vincent? is there any sign of the symptom in them. Please keep watch
over them. Nice too Megan is at home. I could not remember Heather having Firefly again
in Melanie's place. Is Firefly still there now?

Horney me having any transaction in the bank now in Sudan is completely ruled out, that
is why I am begging you to do this for me. Right now, I don't know how you feel now
but just let me know in your reply how you feel right now. Rose, please if you are
better, please assist me on this.

Horney please if you can, let me read from you immediately to know how you feel right
now.  I will be writing you again.

Fond regards horney.
Richard,

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
 
Horney are you ok? baby let me read from you.  What is your condition now.
I hope you are ok horney.
 
Please let me read from you Rose I am worried.
 
I love you horney and I hope you are getting better. I am so worried about your health my
love.
 
I will be happy if you will be fit enough to write this night.
 
Fond regards.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Darling Rose,
 
How are you feeling right now. I am so sorry about your ill health.
 
Can you possibly write to me.  Please if you can, let me read from you.
 
Fond regards horney.
 
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Thank you for your mails.  Yes, I'm recovering now, though I'm still a bit unsteady on my feet and get tired easily.  It probably doesn't help that poor Vincent has caught the swine flu now, and he has been quite unwell, so I'm having to look after him as well.  It's half term and Megan isn't working because she can't go and work in a hotel and around food, not after being in contact with swine flu, so she's coming each morning to take the dogs out for a walk, which is most helpful.

Heather has been mostly out with Firefly, yes she moved Firefly back to Melanie's field quite a time ago, she missed riding with her friend Dee, so wanted to go back there.  I argued that it was a bit silly paying rent to Melanie for a field when we had so much land of our own now, but really, I did understand, she's not like Vincent, who enjoys adult company, she likes to be with friends her own age.  Last night she was coughing a bit and seemed a bit flushed, though, so I've told her she's not to go riding out today, I talked to Barry on messenger last night and he's coming to pick her up in the car and then stay with her while she rides in the school, and bring her back afterwards, I suspect that she's coming down with swine flu as well, quite honestly.  Barry's fine, though, he's been in contact with me, and he hasn't got it.

I miss going out to the stables, but at least I'm recovering, so I should be grateful for that, there's been so many deaths from swine flu, haven't there?  The innoculation is out this week, I think, though its only being offered to pregnant women, elderly people, and people with weak immune systems and asthma at the moment.

Hope you are well, and found somewhere that you could use your bank cards.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
It is really nice reading from you. I am very happy to read from you horney. Oh' I am
so glad you are getting better even though you are not steady yet on your feet. So
sorry horney.  I love you. Oh my goodness what did you say about the poor boy
Vincent? caught the swine flu also. I wish him get well soon. Yes is half term thank
goodness and Vincent will have time to stay back at home enough and get relaxed.

Is good also for Megan to keep off the hotel work for now too. She will do well
taking the dogs out for now.

Yes I think it will become a nuisance paying for Melanie's place when you have enough
land for that you are just correct about it. It is really unfortunate that Heather will
prefer riding among her friends unlike Vincent who can keep company with adults.
All the same what can you do. Heather has to avail herself with her friends. I think
that will be nice of Barry to pick her up in the car and stay with her while she
rides in the school.

Horney I think your recovering is more important now than going to the stables.
You really have to be grateful because there has been much death reported recently
as a result of swine flu. Please do all you can to make sure you get the inoculation.
Not just you horney, but the whole family.  Please extend my full regards to Vincent
and tell him I wish him a get well fast message.

Horney I am well but just that I am finding it very difficult hear. You hardly can
get English food and where available so expensive.  I have not been able to get money
any where. I am still expecting you to help as I have earlier told you horney.

Rose I am just too happy reading from you. I have been so afraid when I did not
read from you for this while, more especially because of your healt.  Horney I know
you must be well.

Please Rose, if you can, please try to arrange and send me this money I will be
very happy and immediately I return back to home, I will pay up for the shipment
and come over to Cumbria.

Fond regards horney and please write me again if you can this evening.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

How is it you don't like the food there?  I mean I can understand missing just grabbing a sandwich at lunchtime, or being able to have potatoes or gravy with your meal, and cereal in the mornings, but for main meals, is it not just rice based?  And surely that is normal for someone of your age?  We probably eat more rice than we do potatoes.  Have you never been to Muna's or Mandola?  Even I, living so far from London, have heard of those restaurants!  I thought city people had a more diverse diet than other people, with all the African and Carribean and Chinese and Indian and Turkish and so on shops and markets.  Even when I lived in Lincoln, and that was many years ago, it was easy to buy African and Middle Eastern ingredients, and, of course, we always tried things at other people's houses when they cooked the food styles of their heritage.  And I expect you had more ethnically-diverse friends than I did, how is it you didn't grow up eating the many things?

That's one thing I miss here, really, the markets and traders selling a bigger range of foods.  Here it is very local produce (no black pudding jokes necessary!), the supermarket has more range of course, but still aimed at the conservative cook.  Many spices, and staples for Chinese and Indian and Mexican dishes, and every sort of oil, but it is limited on fruit and vegetables, and the meats are only the 'best' parts.  We do have venison, though!  I love venison, and they didn't sell that in Lincoln!

I think that Heather has definitely got swine flu too, though it hasn't really come out yet.  She is not the good patient, she gets very frustrated and impatient, even with a cold.  So she is going to be difficult to live with over the next week, I expect! 

I have no problem in sending you some money if you are short of money, but I still don't understand why you can't just go to any bank and draw it out with your card.  That is the whole point of them, that they work internationally.  And you must have several and all at least with £2000 available on them, and as long as you transfer it across before a month has passed, you won't even pay any interest.  I don't think the charges for using them in other countries or at other banks or whatever is very much.  That seems the sensible thing to do.  I don't suppose things cost much there.

We are having beautiful misty mornings lately, there is nothing as beautiful as the mist on the hills I think.  Not that I am seeing much of that, of course, it is more mist in the back garden, which is not so attractive, but I still like it!  Cherry doesn't, she doesn't really mind rain at all, but the whole dampness of mist she hunches her back against, and is disgusted by having the wet feet!  I don't think Cody ever notices the weather, though.

I emailed Barry earlier this morning and asked him to go and buy a whole lot of horse magazines for Heather, and some chocolate for her to suck, so it keeps her quiet and resting today.  I didn't get an email back though, so I don't know whether he saw it before he went to the stables, I hope so.

It is Vincent's birthday on the 3rd November (next Tuesday), he'll be 11.  I've told him that, like Iain, he will have to have a belated birthday celebration.  He says that is OK, providing he still gets his presents on the day!  Mercenary!

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
 
Thanks for your letter.  I know you do not know the situation I am facing, I am
in the most remote area of Darfur region of Sudan. The food here is mostly local
produce mainly pastries burn out of cassava. Off course there are rice meals locally
prepared also and though scarcely preferred but not very much available.  It is about
6 hours round journey to the city to have things little bit better. Where that is
even available so expensive.  I have very little time on the computer because of
the pressing need.
There is no way I can get money other than the provision made by the United Nations.
I can not get to any where there is bank from my present location.  Horney, Please
do all you can to help me. Send me just anything you can lay your hands on with the
information I gave you earlier. It will go a long way.

It is saddening also that Heather has the swine flu. Please do all you can to assist her.
She can be inpatient because of her nature of keeping out doors and wanting to me
her friends.  It will be nice if Barry is able to provide her with sufficient chocolate
to suck and as you intended to keep her relaxed with herself. Lot of horse magazines
will do a lot more better for her.

Vincent is already aware of a belated birthday celebration as was the case with Iain
and I think he will be OK with that. Just like he said, provided he gets his presents
on that day.  What are you going to make it for him. Tell Vincent I say a happy birthday
to him.

Darling Rose, Please do all you can to assist me. I am actually in need of some money
don't just ask my why, honestly I am in dare need.

Baby so how are you feeling right now. I hope Barry is still giving you all that romance
that is really adequate for you horney.  Giving you the real sex satisfaction.  Honestly Rose you deserve a real satisfactory romantic life given your beauty and
body built. Horney I love you.  I am always infatuated by your beauty and I will really
love to worship you baby and have a real sexual relationship with you when I come
to Cumbria. If you will approve, I will arrange that when I come.  Rose I love you.

Amanda, please do all you can to send me as little as you can by next week Monday. I will
appreciate it.

Fond regards Rose and I love you horney and will delight myself in licking up all your
pussy baby.
Richard.

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18. Family life (again)

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
 
How are you dong now? what is your health like now. How is everybody right there.
 
I hope you are ok. Please write and tell me the situation with everybody.
 
I expected that you will send me the little money I asked. Probably because of your
ill health or something.
 
Let me read from you.
 
Fond regards.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
 
What is the problem? how about the children. Please let me read from you.
 
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I'm sorry I haven't been able to write before, I would have thought that being a father yourself, you would know what it is like when one has unwell children to look after!

Vincent is getting much much better now, and Heather never had it so bad, anyway, though is still quite weak.  It is Vincent's birthday today, and he's got enough appetite for a special meal - he's already had a fried breakfast this morning, but he wants lambburgers and chips this evening.

On top of looking after those two, however, I've also had Megan to deal with, she is unhappy sharing the apartment with Iain and Suzy now, she says that Suzy is lazy and never does a thing to keep anywhere clean, and Iain isn't much better, and both of them are being superior and moody.  Quite honestly, I don't think that either Iain or Suzy have changed from what they ever were, but the thing was that all the summer they were both mostly out, busy working, and Iain was often away for a few days.  And now the summer's over and the weather has turned, Suzy isn't working much, and Iain is nearly always at home too, and so Megan is really finding out what it is like to live with them full-time for the first time.  And she's at home more, herself, due to the dark nights and the bad weather.

I said to Megan that if she didn't like it, she could come back here, but Megan said she didn't want to do that, she wanted an apartment of her own, and could I get her one.  I said I wasn't going to do that.  She said it wasn't fair, I had an apartment of my own when I was 16 years old, and I said yes I did, but I had to work full-time in order to pay for it, I didn't stay at school, and expect my parents to pay the rent for me.  She said that was different, because my parents probably couldn't have afforded to do that anyway, but I can, so why can't I do this for her, it wouldn't be much more than the half-share of rent I'd been paying for her for her to live at Iain's place.

I said of course it was more, it would be twice the amount, but that wasn't the point, the point was that she couldn't expect everything to be handed to her on a plate, she needed to learn to be adult and realise that choices have consequences.  And if she choose to have a place of her own, then the consequence was that she would have to go to work full-time in order to pay for it.  But if she choose to stay on at school and do her A'levels, then the consequence was that she wouldn't have the money to pay for an apartment of her own.

She was not accepting of that, and blamed me for wanting to 'ruin her future' by 'forcing' her to quit school and therefore never go to university.  I said that was not what I wanted to do, but she had to realise that she couldn't have 'everything' the world offered but chioces had to be made.  I said I didn't want her growing into one of those high-maintenance young ladies who expect someone else to provide them with everything they wanted.  She said that was faulty logic and it was just stupid to say that if she had an apartment now then she'd be expecting everyone on earth to provide for her for the rest of her life.

And so we've just been going round in circles like that, plus with her saying I'm proving that I don't care for her one bit, and I never want to do anything to help her, and that I am just living by principles instead of paying attention to people's real needs.  There's no arguing with her, really, she's got an answer and an accusation for whatever is said.

I'm not backing down and giving in though.  No, I don't want her to give up school (and therefore university) to go and work full-time at the hotel.  But neither am I going to be bullied and guilt-tripped into getting her an apartment of her own.  I've said that if she finds someone else to share with, then I'll continue to pay her share of the rent for her, but that is the limit I'm paying, a half-share.  She argues that this isn't London, and people who rent apartments and houses up here don't need people to share with, so she'll never find anyone else to share with. 

I don't think this 'discussion' is ended yet.  I'm expecting more of it later when she comes to share Vincent's birthday meal.

I'm more or less fine now, after swine flu, maybe not 100% steady in walking, but nothing to be worried about.

I told you that I'd be happy to send you some money if you really can't access any there.  I'm concerned though when you say, 'Just don't ask me why'.  What secret are you keeping?  Have you got a young lady pregnant or something?

How do I send it to you, though?  Your friend you mentioned before will be long back in Sudan by now.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
I cannot express how happy I feel reading from you. Oh yea, horney I am a
father and I know quite well how parents feel when their child is unwell and
in this case not just one person. I know horney that it was not going to
be easy for you taking care of Vincent and Heather and at the same time being
able to put yourself together when you still had the flu. Horney I am really
happy that everything is getting better. I was just too worried about the
entire family most especially the little boy Vincent.

Please say three happy birthday cheers to Vincent my boy and while wishing
him many happy returns I look forward to seeing him when I come back from
Sudan.

I think you are just correct. Iain and Suzy have not been much at home
since Megan parked in to stay with them.  She has just started noticing
that it is not most pleasant staying with them at this very moment. However,
I do not advice her having an apartment of her own now, especially when she
is not done with her education.  Please do all you can to make sure she
stays with Iain and Suzy or at the alternative, she should come back home
to stay with you. Horney I will want to say that even if Megan can afford
an apartment by herself, it is not advisable she leaves alone.  I think at
this age of hers, education should be of paramount importance not even
working to secure an apartment for herself.  You must take your stand in this
matter she should not give up schooling for any reason.  When she comes in
for Vincent's birthday meal, if she raises the argument again, you just put
it straight to her that you do not want her to give up schooling for what
ever reason.

Horney I am very happy you are fine now after the swine flu. Horney I love your
darling.

Horney, I cannot access any money here honestly Rose.  When I said just
don't ask me why, I was referring to the absolutely impossibility of accessing
any money here. It is a very ugly setup here and as a matter of fact, I am
experiencing the  worse of all my United Nations mission. There is really no
secret to it my baby. What secret do I have to keep back from you.  Horney,
even if I fucked my mother, I will not keep it back from you. There are no
such young ladies here to be pregnant ed. Are you laughing? Rose I love you.
Each time I have sexual desire, I just hold on tight to my dick and scream
Roseeeeeee. and I could com you know. Rose my pretty baby I love you
darling.

Yes horney you can still send it with the information I gave to you. My friend
Mr. Sunday Okafor will be going to Republic of Benin again this Friday. He
actually goes to Benin every weekend and comes back on Mondays or Tuesdays.
So if you are able to send it with the information I gave you within the week,
he will for sure get it to me by next Monday or Tuesday.

What about Barry? how is he doing? I hope he was handy while you were unwell.

Horney Rose I love you and all the children my regards to Pixie too.

Fond regards horney and blown off kisses for you my pretty.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Darling Rose,
 
How are you today? and how about the children. How was Vincent's birthday celebrated
yesterday? hope you all had a nice time.
 
Please horney let me read from you I am by a computer right now.  Rose I am almost
dieing of hunger and hard times here.  I very much expect you to do your best and
send me just a little money as I requested.
 
Hope you are ok now.  This swine flu matter is getting worse and more and more people
a having it right now according to reports reaching us from London. 
 
Horney I love you please let me read from you immediately.
 
Fond regards with kisses.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I'm fine now.  Barry came and stayed with the children today so I could go out to the stables, and (after I'd cleaned much mud from him!) I went for a ride on Merlin too.

I think that the Heather and Vincent had fun with Barry, he made them a dip party, with all sorts of dips he'd bought, and then read them K M Peyton's 'Fly-by-night'.  I'd read K M Peyton's 'Flambards' trilogy when I was young, but I'd never heard of 'Fly-by-night', though Barry says it's quite a classic too.  He has left it for me to read - I'm not too old to be reading childrens' books!

Megan was a little prickley last night, but I think it has sunk in what I was saying.  I don't think I'm her favourite person at the moment, but she will see the wisdom of my words once she is older.  My guess is that, in a week or so, she will move back here.  It is probable that her older brother is even more annoying to her than her mother!

Do you only choose friends who have funny names?  I have never read so many funny names all associated with one person in my life: Macbeth Oliver, Owen Sherwood, Mr Jerome, and now Sunday Okafar.  If you put all those into a story you were writing, the editor would say it is too unbelievable and you need to change them all into real names!

It has been the long time since I was at school and had to draw maps of Africa, but if I remember right, surely Benin is a very long way from Sudan?  Why is your friend going back and forwards all the time?  There are no troubles in Benin, are there?  I don't remember Benin ever being in the news, it is the little country, is it not, next to Nigeria?  Did you used to have to draw the maps when you were at school?  I was bad enough at drawing the British Isles, I'd always get muddled where my counties should be and end up with some left over!  I don't think they do that sort of thing nowadays, I've never seen any map drawing from my children.

I think it will be the beginning of next week before I can send the money, because it will be then before Heather and Domiic are back at school.  Well, Heather might be kept off for next week, too, but I think she'll be well enough to go and sit with Pixie while I go out, even if she doesn't want to come in the car with me to the Western Union place.

Is it £300 I am sending?  I can check back anyway, I expect you said how much in the mail that you gave the payment details.

I had better get on with doing some food.  Vincent's proper appetite has returned, though Heather is still a bit picky.  We're just having some quiche and salad and potatoes tonight, though.

I'm sorry you are having a bad time out there.  When do you come back?

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
Thank you for your mail. I have been so busy here and no time
to write you before now. I may be able to write you more over the
weekend. As usual there is no much time here with the computer.

I understand with what you said you will be in a position to send
me some money by next week when the children must have started school.

Thank will be kind of you horney. Just do please send the money with
the information I gave you darling it will be nice of you.

My regards to the family. I will write you again within the weekend.
Fond regards.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Darling Rose,
I am prompted to write you this again because of what I discovered
in the last mail you sent me.
Please horney the name of my friend who is the receiver is SUNDAY OKAFOR
NOT AS YOU WROTE IN YOUR MAIL OKAFAR.
Horney Please not this.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Baby,
I am oppurtune to be on the computer now.  Can I read from you horney.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

What sort of demand is this?  You haven't replied to my last letter yet!  It is rude to ignore questions that someone asks you!

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
 
I am happy to read your mail this monday morning. Even though it bordered on what
I am not really sure of. Said I did not answer your questions in a previous mail.

Well if it is the question of whether Benin is a very long way from Sudan, of
course yes. Benin is a long way from Sudan but I don't know for sure how far it
is. For the reason why my friend going back and forward it is because he has
an assignment also in Sudan. He works with UNICEF in Cotonou and his regular
visits to Benin and coming back to Sudan is based on Data collection from Sudan
and returning same to Benin.

There is really no trouble in Benin. After you wrote me the last mail I had to
check from a map of Africa here in Sudan and actually discovered that Benin
has a common border with Nigeria. And actually a small country.

Horney I am sorry I did not respond to these questions largely because of the
very limited time I spent on the computer. I am very sorry if I appeared to
be rude to you, it was not my intention.

How was your weekend? How is work in the stables. Hope Barry is doing fine.
Vincent and Heather and supposed to be in the school today. How are they doing.
What about Megan. Has she found solace with Iain yet.

Horney I love you and I am sorry for ever appearing to be rude to you.

Baby I expect you to send me the 300 pounds this week as you promised. I actually
demanded for either 300 or 250 pounds. Horney please help me.  Owen Sherwood
contacted me and told me they have moved the consignment to a special warehouse
and I asured him the moment I returned to London I will take the consignment
and pay for every charges that is involved.

I will still write you later.
Fond regards horney.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Oh, your friend lives in Benin!  I was wondering if there was something happening there that the BBC wasn't telling us!

It's funny, I was saying to Barry that you had this friend called Sunday, and wasn't that a strange name, and he said it wasn't strange to him, because he's actually got a friend called Sunday, he used to live next door to him and his family when he lived in Carlisle.  His Sunday was from Nigeria, though, or, at least, Sunday's parents were.  I actually used to go to school with several people from Nigerian families, but they just had ordinary Christian names.  My first boyfriend was Nigerian, actually, but he was just called Philip.

I did also ask you when you were back in England, but maybe you don't know yet?

Vincent went back to school today, and he's just fine.  Heather is having this week off as well, though I've said that she can go riding on Wednesday, I think she needs a bit of fresh air to get a bit of colour back in her cheeks, and she is very much pining for Firefly!

And as for Megan.............

I decided to make a compromise with her and to offer to get her (and pay for) a bedsit of her own.  So I told her this and she just said she didn't want a bedsit, she wanted a proper apartment with separate rooms, and preferably with a spare room or a second bedroom.  I said that was silly, there was only one of her, and she couldn't be in all rooms at once, or sleep in two bedrooms at the same time.  She said well she might need extra storage space, and I said that was silly as well, because she did not have lots and lots of possessions, just her books and a few ornaments, and her clothes of course.  I said she has a choice: stay where she was with Iain and Suzy, come back home with me, or have a bedsit of her own.  But they were the only choices, and I was not prepared to get her a big apartment with lots of rooms that she had no need for.

At this, she said, 'Well, I CAN'T do any of those things,' and why I said 'Why not?' she said, 'I just can't' and began to cry.  I said 'What is all this about, Megan?' and then she told me.

Megan is pregnant.

She cried and cried and cried and said she'd gone and messed up her whole life, how could she do her A'levels and travel the world and go to university now?  But, she said, she wasn't having an abortion, she couldn't do that, no way.  I said that there was always Adoption, there are lots of lovely people who can't have babies of their own, hoping for one to adopt, but she said she couldn't do that either, she was going to keep the baby, even though it was going to ruin all her plans.

I don't want her to ruin her life's plans either, but I don't see what we can do.  We've agreed that she will move back here for a start, and that she will make every effort to get on well with Heather (no saying that she stinks of horse, etc) because she may need to share a room with her again after the baby is born.  I said I was happy to look after the baby while she returned to school and sat her A'levels (though, really, goodness knows how I'm going to do that AND have a life of my own!), and, yes, her plans to travel were going to be out of the question now, but we could see later what could be done about university, I'm sure we can think of something, but that is for the future.

Megan hadn't yet told the father of the baby (who is a boy, or should I say young man, from school, called Nicholas), so I said she must do that, and I'd want to have a little chat with Nicholas's parents too.  And we'll move her back here on Wednesday, which is when Iain is free to help.  We've told the other children straight off, Vincent is very over-excited at the thought of having a neice or nephew!  Heather just shrugged and said, 'Megan is stupid' and Iain said, 'Why on earth didn't you use contraceptives?  Do you see ME having babies?  Didn't you do Family Planning Lessons at school?' and big-brotherly things like that.  We told Pixie as well, who just grinned, and said, 'So I'm going to have a baby to look after now, am I?'

It is all a funny mixture of both horror and delight, really.  I'm horrified at Megan being so careless as to get in this position.  I rather like the idea of becoming a Grandmother too!

So that was our eventful weekend.

I've been cleaning and tidying Megan's old room today, and I said that tomorrow I'll go to the apartment and help her pack up her belongings (again!), and then, on Wednesday of course, she's moving back here, so I don't think I'm going to be able to get to the Western Union place until the end of the week.  Pixie is having Heather tomorrow, but by the end of the week, she'll be undoubtedly be out with Firefly.  I hope the weather is reasonable for her.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
I could not access my mails now for a couple of days because of my very little
access to computer. Yes horney, my friend lives in Benin and works there
in UNICEF head quaters.

I was surprise to read that you had a Nigerian as your first boyfriend. Barry
also had a Nigeria friend by the name Sunday. I think that most nigerias
are christians and you are correct when you said they often bear christian
names.

Horney according to the first schedule, we where supposed to be back in London
by the middle of November, but the last signal received from UNITED NATIONS
HEAD QUATERS in New York has it now that we will leave Sudan by the first week
of December as it will only be then we shall have a replacement as they are
no replacement for us on the ground right now.
So horney you can see that I still have many more days of terible stay in Sudan
and that is why I will be very happy if you can send me some money over the weekend.

I think it is the best for Megan to come back and stay with you. I will be
talking more about that when next I write you as I have very short time right
now to talk.

My regards to everybody.
Fond regards horney Rose.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I don't know why you are so surprised that my first boyfriend was Nigerian, surely I've told you that I grew up in Lincoln! You must know that there's lots of people of Nigerian roots there, it's even got what I think is the only Nigerian market outside of London.  I grew up eating fufu with my friends, you know!  I'm not uncultured!

Anyway, I've had a really busy week.  Megan moved back here, of course, plus I got her to see a doctor, to confirm her pregnancy and to get her name down for the pregnancy clinic and the ante-natal classes.  She's only nine and a half weeks pregnant at the moment (the baby is due next June).  Then I went to meet with Nicholas and his parents.  He's a nice enough boy, a bit shocked at becoming a father, I expect he will get used to the idea.  His parents were very cross with him, I said to them 'it takes two' but they seemed to think it was all his idea and his fault.  I don't think so, Megan is perfectly old enough to be interested in having sex, and making it clear to a young man that that is what she wants.

Anyway, on top of Megan moving back and my going to speak to Nicholas and his parents, I also had to think about what I was going to do about the horse trading business.  If I'm going to be looking after a baby from next year, I'm not going to have the time to run a business as well.  So I talked it all out with Barry, and we have decided that, apart from the two fields and stables I want to keep, I'm going to let all the land to him - he's going to rent it from me, and run the business independently, it will be all his, I'll just collect the rent.

Having decided that, I had to go and see a solicitor to get a proper tenancy agreement drawn up.  That will be ready for signing next week.  So, all in all, I feel as if I've been doing nothing but running about and organising things!  I feel quite exhausted!

Heather is back at school tomorrow, so I'll be able to see about sending the money to you at some point in the week.  Not tomorrow, because I've got to go and see Megan's head teacher and tell her about the pregnancy, so they know what's going on if she gets any sickness or dizziness or anything.  Megan says she's bound to get lectured by them, and the head and the sixth form tutor will sarcastically ask her whether she was sleeping through all the Family Planning Clinic visits, but there, she'll have to put up with that and take their sarcasm!  Then I'm back at the solicitor's on Tuesday, but I'll see what I can do.

In the meantime, I hope you're managing alright.

Fond regards,
Rose

Richard wrote:
Helle Horney,
 
I have taken a little bit ill and I am unable to do a lot of things for now.  I am very happy
to read from you and I have been only able to draw my strenght from your writing to me
at this moment.  Rose I love you so much but I dont think you understand my love
for you.  I will do any thing for your sake horney.  My health is so poor that nobody
even though I could sit and write a letter on the computer.  Reading your mail have
just kept me strong.
 
Horney, I was only surprised that you had a Nigerian as your first boyfriend because I  never had thought of it like that before.  I dont know much of Nigerians and was surprised
to read that you have had one as your boyfriend. How was the relationship.  Did you like
him.  Some people say Africans are very good in making love but I have never had one.
 
Oh horney, Megan have moved in.  Please my baby do all you can to make her confortable.
My mother had me when she was just 10 years old according to what she tells me and
I have always been fasinated by the sight of any young pregnant girl. I trust you my
horney that you will do the best for her.  It is a good thing that you have seen to her
ante-natal classes which is very important because of her age and the ugency it deserves.

Megan is a good girl and have been able to identify that Nicholase is responsible for
her pregnancy. Some girls of her age because of their premiscouscity are unable to
identify the responsible person for their pregnancy.  Please ignor any action of the
parents of Nicholase and do all you can for Megan.  She is not the only young girl in
this predicament.  So many young girls are in such delima these days.
 
Rose, I dont know how to say it, but I must say you are so much in horry to have
rent your business to Barry. Horney, if I must say it, I do not trust Barry completly given
his past behavious.  I would have sugested you just employ him to take charge of the stables
and the land and pay him salary at the end of the money.  I dont think looking after Megan's
baby will keep you completely away from visiting the stables and having sight seens of
your business environment.  Well if you are bent on doing that, you have to really think
very well about it. Do all you can to draw up a very good tenancy agreement with the
solicitor.
 
Horney, I am going through untold hardship presently. I am ill because of the entire
situation right here.  I am tempted to ask my daughter to send me money but I will never
do it.  I will not want any of them to have the impression of what I am going through here.

I strongly expect you to send me some money by wednesday horney. Please help me
now. I hope you still have the payment instruction I gave you on how to send the money. You must go and see Megan's head teacher and let her know about Megan's situation
in case of any observed abnormalies in her behaviour.
 
Please horney it is very important you visit the solicitor to have a perfect arrangment of
the tenatcy with Barry.
 
Fond regards horney.  Rose I love you baby.
Richard Finch

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19. Some convenient weather

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Your mother was 10 years old when she had you?  Were you adopted then?  I presume so, because they don't let under-12s keep babies in this country, do they?  Have you ever tried to trace her?  What about your father?  How old was he?  Presumably, he was prosecuted?  Is he still on the Sex Offenders' Register?

Oh don't worry about Barry, I know what you mean, but he's only renting the land.  I'm not bothering about the business, my name won't be on it, so he can do what he like and get in as much muddle as he likes, as long as he pays me the rent!  I don't 100% trust him, either, not with money, he's too impulsive!  But that'll be his look-out, not my concern!  He's already bought Mystery and Magic from me, so I don't even have to worry about selling those two.

I went to the bank today and got the money out to send you, but the weather got too bad to drive to Kendal and go to the Western Union, I was afraid a tree might come down on my car or something, it was so windy.  70 mph, they said.  And the rain!  It's even been on the national news, because the West Coast Mainline got flooded, and caused the usual sort of chaos.  It's supposed to pass fairly quickly though, so hopefully I'll be able to go tomorrow, if there's not too much water on the road.

Of course I liked Philip, my old boyfriend, otherwise I wouldn't have been going out with him!  We were only teenagers, so we were a bit at the grab-and-devour stage when it came to having sex!  But I did think he was gorgeous, you've got to admit that black men and women are much sexier and attractive than white ones!

I hope you're not still unwell, it can't be very nice being ill in a strange country.

I hope you've got someone to take care of you too.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
I have just been able to read your mail today Thursday. I was taken care of
by my grand mother. i.e my mother's mother according to my mum. My father
was very young when he got her pregnanted according to the story I was told.
He was about 15 years old or something.

If that is the situation now with Barry I think is OK then. I was only being
skeptical because of the past. However, I trust that you can handle every
situation.

I dint know whether you have been to the western union before getting this
mail from me, however either way, I trust that you will help me and send
the money so that my friend can pick it up form.  I am in dare desire of
a little money and it will be very kind of you to send it.  I will be
back in London first week of December and immediately am back to London, I
will be coming over to Cumbria with the consignment.  I have already told
Owen about my intention.

I think you could be correct with your idea of black men and women being
much sexier and attractive than white ones but I have not had any black woman
before.

I am picking up right now with my health. It is really it can't be very nice being ill in a strange country, however, I am being attended to by the medicals.

Horney please do all you can to make the payment today and send me the information so that my Friend Sunday will be able to pick it up within the
weekend.

I love you horney.
Fond regards with kisses.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

You obviously do not keep an eye on the News from home!  Look here:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/10003092

I think you will understand why I have not been to the Western Union!

We did not have the electricity for part of yesterday, but it is connected again now.

I've been looking at house prices on Right Move.  I'm thinking it might be the good idea to move house to a bigger one, with a baby due to join us next year.  It can sleep in Megan's room for the first couple of years, but then it will need a room of its own, and we only have the four bedrooms.  And if we employ a Children's Nanny as well in time, which I might think of doing, a live-in Nanny would be the best, and we don't have space here for that, either.  This is just my thinking at the moment.  I'm not sure, I can think of arguments against too, including wanting to stay near Pixie, and also the fact that Megan might change her mind and decide to move out again.  But, then again, it would be fun to move anyway, and have the bigger house.  And one which is not the open-plan like this one.

I'm am glad to read that you are getting better.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello My lovely Rose,
 
Nice reading from you this Friday morning. I saw it all from the link you sent
to me. I never heard of any such news until now. It was quite a serious rain.
The warning for the people in Kendal not to drive or walk through flood water
explained it all. My love I am not privileged to having news from home except
information and instructions concerning our duty here in Sudan. Thank you
very much for the information. You can imagine a month's rain falling for
just within 36 hours. That is ridiculous.  From the information, people in
North West England are mostly heat. I am glad your area in Cumbria was not
affected horney.

Yes of course much flood will not allow for electricity to avoid hazards.
Thank goodness it is connected now.

I think it is a great idea that you have looking for a bigger house. It is
my sure bet that having a Nanny will be the best when the baby finally arrives,
because even though you will want to make time for the baby, you still have
some running around to make. Apart from that, my lovely Rose still have
to keep her beauty and fitness intact not to be wearied by looking after
a grand child. I love you Rose. In all, a live-Nanny is surely the best.
I don't think Megan thinking of moving out again will problem. Even if she
decides to move out again, the baby is not going to move out with her immediately, but will still be in the house and she Megan will be making
occasional visits and the more better a spacious house is available.  Well
though Pixie is there. But I think inter visits to Pixie's house and Pixie'
visiting can take care of that, after all Vincent and Heather would have grown
a little bit by then. If you also consider the kind of fun it will also make
by moving to a new house a long time after your ex husband left the family,
I think it is in order.

Horney Rose I am actually happy to be better now. The only problem now is just
the cash crunch that I am going through. Horney let us hope that the flood waters
would have submerged so that if possible by the weekend you will be able to
make it to Western Union.

Rose I love you baby and I am full of blown out kisses for you horney.  I lick
up you fleshy body and imagine you in my alms baby.

What about the stable, have you concluded with the solicitor yet.

Fond regards Rose my sweet baby.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

It has got much worse here.  I'll send you a picture: it is really dreadful.  I've received an email from Iain, it is now flooding round where he lives, he can't leave the apartment, and he fears the electricity will go off soon.  The horses are safe for the moment, and so are we, but I do wonder for how much longer, there's more rain forecast.

A bridge has collapsed, killing a police officer who was standing on it at the time, directing the traffic to turn back.  Some villages are totally cut off.  There's been gas leaks, and sewage going everywhere, it is all just horrendous.

Yes, my solicitor drew up the tenancy agreement for Barry to rent the stables and land, and that's all signed now.

I'm just sitting here keeping an eye on the News, so that I'm warned if the floodwaters come any closer.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
I have just been able to read your mail now and I am so surprised at the
extent of the flood and according to your mail there was still rain forecast.
I hope it did not rain more because from the picture I saw if it rains further
it could be disastrous.

I hope the flooding did not come any closer round Iain's apartment? I was
happy to read that the horses were safe as at the time of your writing and
more so there have not be flooding encroachment around your home. It was
really dreadful.

It was really horrendous. A police man died in the process of controlling
the traffic. Even gas leakages and all that. Has it ever happened like that
before in Cumbria at this time of the year?

Horney I could not reply you until now because of the usual unavailability
of computer but have just got access now. Thank goodness you are all OK. I
am very happy that your solicitor was able to draw up the tenancy agreement
with Barry and has even been signed.

Horney I don't know how it has been today and what it is likely to be tomorrow.
Please my horney, if it will be possible I will be happy if you are able to
send me the money by tomorrow I am in dare need of it right now. Please my
baby.

How is Megan? hope she is coping with her present situation. My regards to
her and everybody. I will still have the opportunity to write you back if
you are able to reply me this evening.

Fond regards my beautiful Rose
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
 
I am still waiting by the computer I will be happy to read from you if you can possibly
write.
 
I love you my darling Rose.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
 
I am worried.  What is the situation now.
 
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Sorry I haven't been in touch earlier, there's been problems with the internet connection keeping failing, I think it's probably due to the repairs to all the flood damaged utilities they are doing, we've had the electricity switched on and off too.

It's all still a bit of a mess, there's lots of bridges unsafe, and closed to traffic, and debris all over the roads.  Kendal has been quite flooded, though Windermere only a bit - I'll attach a photograph for you to see.  There was more heavy rain yesterday, but not much more happened, though we've still been told by the police not to travel to any area known to have been flooded, and not alongside rivers and lakes unless it is 100% unavoidable.

They're saying, though, that most of the roads should be cleared by the beginning of next week, so I'll be able to go to the Western Union then.  I'm sorry that the weather has got in the way so much, it's not usually this bad, of course, it's been about four years since the last time. 

Apart from all that, everybody is fine, including the animals.  I hope you are managing alright.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
'Barka De Salah' that is the salutation here. It has been a very long period
of celebration of the Islamic feast here in Sudan since Thursday last week
running through out the weekend and that has been responsible for my not communication with you. Work just started today and everything is normal now.
A lot of rams were slaughtered and we had plenty of roast meat to eat.

How is everybody there? I hope the family is going on fine. What about the
rains. Hope you are back to a beautiful whether out there now.

I have really missed reading from you horney.  Hope all is well.

The first batch of UN workers here will depart for home by next week Monday
and I shall be due to depart for London on the 14Th of December.

Horney I really missed your writing. Please you should endeavor to write me
as soon as you read this mail.  Horney I am hoping to receive the money within
this week as you promised.  My friend Mr Sunday Okafor is here in Sudan and
will be ready to go to Benin as soon as you send the money to me.

How is Megan? hope she is coping with the pregnancy. What about Barry and the
stables. Please horney do well to write to me as soon as you possibly can.

Rose I love you darling and I will be happy to spend part of the Christmas
holidays with you people out there.

Fond regards baby. I love you horney.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
How are you doing horney? I am still in expectation of your mail.
Please let me hear from you my darling.
Fond Regards.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
I am becoming uneasy after I have not read from you since last weekend.
I hope you are OK with the children. I have been going through the flooding
story of Cumbria towns and saw how devastating the flood actually was.
It is really a pathetic case for the people of Cumbria. It was even in the
news that the Prime Minister was there to see things and people himself.

The news also have it that the most concern towns of Cumbria in the flood are
Cockermouth, Kendal and Keswick. I only drew a sigh of relief when Windermere
was not mentioned as a place of concern.

Horney please of you are OK do let me know immediately because I am worried
about you and the children given the situation report I saw.

Fond regards horney Rose. I love you and the family.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I'm sorry you have been worried: I've had some trouble with this computer, it wouldn't switch on!  I was horrified because, of course, I haven't had it very long.  It is still under warranty, but when I looked into that, I was told that I had to send it across the country and in its original packaging.  Well, of course, I threw out the original packaging a long while ago, and therefore I couldn't do that.  So, in the end I got a PC Engineer out to look at it, and he said it was the Power Supply Unit that had failed - and this morning he came back and fitted a new one.  And it switched on immediately!

So I'm pleased to say I'm back with my computer now.

I think there are still some closed bridges around, and it will take forever for some badly flooded places to dry out, but round here the roads are open again now, and now I've got my computer back again, I can see about sending you the money - if it is not too late.  If I get the money out of the bank tomorrow, I could go to Kendal on Friday.  Dog training is cancelled this week, so I'm not intending to go shopping until Saturday.

It must have been interesting being in a Muslim country for the festival.  I'm trying to think what it is at this time of year, is it the festival of the Abraham and the sacrifice of the ram in place of his son?  You did mention lots of rams being killed, so I'm thinking I might be right.

Everyone here is fine.  Pixie has a friend staying with him, so I haven't seen much of him.  We're all having drinks together at the weekend though.  Megan is feeling a bit unwell at times, but I've told her it passes, it's just a normal early pregnancy thing, hormones adjusting or something, most women feel like that in early pregnancy, and then, a bit later, you feel instead that you are bursting with health and strength!  I think she's glad to be able to talk to me, we're being much closer this days, with her being pregnant, and me sharing my own pregnancy experiences.  Nicholas is visiting a bit, he seems a nice young man.  Everyone else is fine.  Barry has had a cold, but he's the sort of person who just carries on anyway.  Spreading his germs about as he does so, I said.

Hope you are well - and got to join in with some of the ram-feastings!

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Oh' horney so good reading your mail this evening.  I am so happy here.  I have
been wondering what the matter could be with this flooding thing everywhere in
Cumbria.

Horney reading your mail this evening actually made today a day for me.
I am happy your computer is working again.  I thought about that though, but I
was not entirely sure because the computer is a new one. The power supply unit
can be responsible for computer turning off as a matter of fact when it starts
failing.

I am so delighted that everybody is well. From Pixie to Barry and the children. 

Well it is normal with early pregnancy especially in the first experience. For
sure it passes. I am happy Nicholas came visiting. It will help to straighten
Megan when she sees him around he must be a nice young man.

Horney for sure I am fine and actually had to take a time off to join in the
Muslim festival. Lots of rams were killed and roasted. I only missed my
Heineken's because Algol is forbidden in Sudan. For sure you are right. The
slaughtering of ram has to do with when Abraham killed a ram instead of his
own son as a sacrifice to Al ah.

Horney it is not late you can still send me the money by Friday.  The first
batch will depart Sudan by next week Monday and I will leave by the 14Th of
December so you can still do your best to send me the money by Friday.

Rose I love you my dear and I am happy ready from you.
Fond regards horney.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
 
I am still very much by the computer in case you want to still write me this evening.
 
Horney I am just too happy you wrote and will wish to exchange more mails with you
this night. How I wished you can be on line for chart.
 
Rose I love you my bear and wish to be around you all the time.  The way you talk
and express yourself makes me feel you will be the best to keep a company with.
 
My horney you a grate and I cherish you more than anything.
 
Fond regards my beauty and lot of kisses for you.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
Good day. How are you doing. I am ok here expecting to read from you.
Fond regards. I love you horney.
Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
 
I am wondering I have not heard you since Wednesday after your computer was fixed.
 
I hope is not the problem again with the computer. I have been expecting you to forward
me with the payment information as you did promised.  Please horney I am expecting
your mail.
 
How is Vincent and Heather? hope they are ok. Please get back to me as soon as you
possibly can.
 
Fond regards horney Rose
Richard

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 22, 2011 11:01 am Reply with quoteBack to top

20. Let's talk Western Union

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Yes, everything is fine, I've just been very busy - and tired!

We've had some better weather, so I've been out riding, and out with the dogs, and then so tired after all that fresh air and exercise!  I haven't been accustomed to it lately!

Also, Vincent has a speaking part in his school play, so I've been helping him with learning his lines and actions.  It's a story based on a part of a children's/teenager's book about a girl who is asked to be in a Nativity Play, and how she thinks it is going to be, so beautiful, so moving, the splendorous, and the play shows how she thinks it will look.  But it turns out to just be a load of mumbling children dressed in pyjamas with tea towels on their heads, and there's not even a doll in the manger, because it got broken, so that's a tea towel as well, and the girl leaves the play in tears, and then bumps into a group of gypsies camped on the fells, and they are having a simple Christmas/winter/Solstice celebration with just a candle and a chalice of wine, and then, as one person holds the candle high and another holds the chalice high, an older woman comes between them, with the lights turned down, and holds a small baby up between the candle and chalice.  And everyone sings Silent Night. 

It's supposed to be profound or something.

The original story has the 'three kings' on two Highland ponies and the girl on an Arab mare, but I guess the school didn't want twelve destructive hooves bashing around their assembly hall.

I got the money out of the bank to send you, but I didn't have time yesterday to go to Kendal to send it.  I'll have to see to that at the beginning of next week.

There wasn't any dog training this morning (the field is just too waterlogged still), so I went shopping early.  Heather and Vincent have gone riding, and Megan has gone to visit a friend.  I'm going to do a bit of tidying up this afternoon, and I need to have a bit of a sort through our Christmas decorations and see what new things I need to buy. 

I hope you are well.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,

Thank you for writing me. I have been wondering why you have not written to me before now.
I am happy everybody is doing fine and a lot of attention being given to Vincent my little boy.

I am also happy that Vincent has a part to play in the scholl drama. That shows that he
has a literary understanding and shows him an interligent child. Please do all you can
to assist him do it in the best performance that he can put up. I think it is a beautiful
story set on the background of the three wise men on the occassion of the birth of
Jesus christ which is timely at this time of christmas celebration.

I will look forward to receiving the money between today and wednesday as you have said.
It will do me real good to receive the money now that I have just a week to spend here
so that I can show some kind of appreciation to a few folks here that have been really
good to me during my stay here.  Horney please do all you can to send the money to me. If I return to London by Monday or Teusday next week, I will be in Cumbria by the
weekend.

Looking forward to reading from you as soon as you possibly can write. Nice too that you now have better weather too.  Rose I love you horney.

Fond regards.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

It has been very cold here today, and it was dark by about quarter to four.  So I've promised the children a proper roast chicken meal tonight, all wintery and cosy, I thought.  So I don't really have much time to write, but I wanted to drop you a line or two.

It will be good of you to reimburse people who have helped you out these past few weeks.  It is wonderful that there are good people all over the world.  I imagine that hospitality and charity are very important there, anyway.  Can you imagine being without money or food here?  People would just shut their doors in your faces, or spit at you or something.  Why are British people like that, do you think?  Fear? Suspicion? Cold heartedness?  Or just the assumption (often wrong) that there are places and organisations to help, and it's THEIR job to do it?  I think I'd come into the last category, if I had someone cold and hungry at my door, I'd be most likely to say, 'Have you tried the Salvation Army?'

Not that you see much of the Salvation Army nowadays?  Do you see them in London?  Doing what?

Anyway, I got the money out of the bank (there was quite a queue, I think everyone has started on their Christmas shopping!), and I'll go and make the Western Union transfer tomorrow.  It's still the same information isn't it?  When will your friend be able to get it to you?

It will be nice to meet you.  I don't have a spare bedroom here anymore, but Pixie would be glad to put you up, if that would be good for you.

I'd better go and peel some potatoes!

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose My horney,
 
It was nice reading your mail. Please my darling there is no much time for me to
write. You are quite correct in your understanding of re-reimbursement and the hospitality
accorded me here. Horney you are just too wonderful in your understanding.
 
Yes of course my friend will be able to pick up the money for me and it is the same
information as I gave you. I don't know if you have done it already before you will
receive this mail. If not, you can still send it with the information I gave you before.
 
I love you Rose. I will let you know the kind of accommodation that I will need upon
my coming to Cumbria in my next mail to you.
 
Fond regards horney.

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
I was really in hurry when writing you the last mail because a few other
colleagues where waiting to make use of the computer. Horney you are
really right in your assessment of the of hospitality nature of the British.
I would want to say that even though there are agencies whose duty is
to see to the less privileged, we do not seem to be our brothers keeper.
Even the Salvation Army thing is a thing of the past. They are no better
than the scouts actually doing nothing in terms of hospitality. I can
not remember seeing the Salvation Army for over ten years now. I think
it is high time people had a rethink in their relationship with the
needy they see in our streets and be hospitable to them as it will go
a long way to making the whole world a better place for mankind.

Yes horney if you are able to send the money by tomorrow because definitely
not today again, my friend will be able to pick it up that same tomorrow
because he is in Benin right now and will get it to me by Thursday.

Oh for sure if Pixie would'nt mind, I will be glad to put up with him
instead of a hotel as that will provide me more opportunity to meet with
more local people and really get mixed up. I love staying together with
people and from all indication, you guys there are good people to met.

Horney please as soon as you make the western union transfer send me
the details so that my friend will be able to pick it up same tomorrow.

It will be really nice meeting you all.

Fond regards my darling and please write me again this evening.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I'm sorry I couldn't write to you last night, Barry was here for the evening.  So I thought I'd better write early this morning, before I go to the stables.

I went to send your friend the money by Western Union transfer yesterday, but the lady said that they are no longer permitting money to be sent to West Africa, except by relatives of residents there.  It's an anti-fraud measure, she says they've been under a lot of pressure from the government to tighten their security against fraudulent usage.  And Benin is in West Africa, so there was nothing I could do, I could hardly pretend to be a relative of someone from there, I'm the wrong colour for a start!

I did explain the situation, but the lady said all I could do was send the money to Sudan, that would be fine, that's not on their security list.  So can I do that?  Do they have Western Union places where you are?  I could send it straight to you, if so.  I've got the money out of the bank, so I could go tomorrow, or even this afternoon, if you are able to write.

I'll get this off to you, in the hope that you are able to get to a computer in time.  I don't know what time it is there, here it is getting on for eight o'clock in the morning.  I'll be back home about noon, I think, so in four hours time.

Fond regards,
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,
 
I just seen your your mail now. If that is the case, you can send it with my name to Benin and I will be there by Friday to pick it up.and return to Sudan to see some folks.

Do it like that, just use my name instead Sunday Okafor and let every other information
remain like that.
 
Fond Regards.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

No, I need to send it to you in Sudan.  I told you - in order to send to Benin, I'd have to be the relative of a RESIDENT there.  A native person, you know.  Nobody is going to believe that someone called 'Finch' was born in Benin!

All I need to know is where you are in Sudan, the name of the town or city, then I can send it there.  I'd have to go within the next half an hour or so, though, otherwise I won't get back in time for Vincent coming out of school.  Pixie is out today, so he can't be there for him.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,
It has been so bad here no electricity. However, I will be in London on Wednesday.

I did find out and I can be able to receive the money if you send it to me here in Sudan with this information. 
 
RECEIVERS NAME  RICHARD FINCH
ADDRESS United Nations office Khartoum Sudan
Text Quesstion What colour is the sky
Text answer  blue.

Please horney do all you can to send it to me with the above information to sudan and I will be able to pick
it up. If you can do it by tomorrow, I will be able to pick it up by same day. But if for any reason you
want to do it on Monday, all the best. Darling please do it for me and send me the details please my darling.
Horney please ignore every odd help me with it I need it.

I will wait to read from you.
Fond regards.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
 
Please baby if you read my last mail get back to me immediately.
 
Fond regards baby.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I've only just read your mails, I've been out today as usual.

Yes, I can certainly send the money that way, though I'm not using the Question and Answer 'What colour is the sky .. blue'!  I'd feel so silly!  The sky here is certainly NOT blue, as you can surely imagine!  I'll change that to the correct answer for the Lake District in December!  Then YOU can be the one to feel silly, as I expect your sky IS blue!

I won't be able to go to Kendal until Monday, as I'm going to dog training tomorrow morning, and then I've promised the children that we can put up the Christmas decorations in the afternoon.  We're not having any chocolates on the tree this year, as I don't trust Cody not to steal them!  He's ten months now, but still very juvenile, of course.

Hope you have a safe journey back to London on Wednesday.  Will I get to meet you before Christmas?

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
 
I have just read your mail and I am so happy. It will be very nice to receive the money
from you on Monday and I will have the whole of part of Monday and Tuesday and part of
Wednesday to spend with the folks out here as my flight is scheduled for 8 p.m on
Wednesday.
 
Cody is already 10 months now that is great. If you are able to put up the Christmas
decoration before the weekend of next week, then I will have the previlage of see the
decoration and the way you set up the Christmas three because for sure I will be
in Cumbria by the weekend.
 
How is Megan. Hope she is fine and getting all the attentions she deserve. Tell Vincent
I have a gift for him when I come. 
 
Rose I love you and will show just that by the end of next week.
 
Fond regards horney.
Richard.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

This is just a note to say that I'm sorry, I didn't have time to go to Kendal yesterday, I went to see a house that is for sale!

The house is lovely, I'm in love with the entrance hall in particular, I could really see us all living there.  It's at Ings, a couple of miles out of Windermere, but very near the A591, and that's the questionable thing.  Nobody is going to be able to get anywhere without a car.  So we're going to have to really think about this.  I'm thinking of going back out there today and looking at the back roads.

I imagine there are walks for the dogs, but I'm thinking more about the children.  I don't want to create a dependency upon myself to take them everywhere (and not being able to send them on errands!).  It is a nice house, though, five bedrooms like we want.  I'll attach a couple of photos, just estate agent's ones.

Actually, I'm concerned about the Western Union details you sent me.  The place named on it must be hundreds of miles from where you are!  Is that a mistake?  There's no point in me sending you money that you can't get to.

Let me know about that as soon as you can.

We put the tree and everything up at the weekend. What sort of tree do you have for Christmas?

I've promised to go and see Iain and Suzy's apartment tomorrow and their decorations,  It's their first Christmas in their own place.

Fond regards
Rose

Silence.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I'm concerned that you didn't get back to me about whether that was the right place to send the money to.  But, hopefully, you were just too busy with packing up to leave.

I hope you got back alright today, I read on the News that there were cancellation on London flights.  I know you said before that you travel in a private United Nations plane, but presumably that would have the same trouble landing!   Did they forewarn you about the weather, or did you get a shock?  I imagine that you have your heating turned up high! 

Amazingly, we haven't had any snow up here yet.  There's some due on Sunday, but it doesn't look like it will be too much.

That house I looked at is on a bus route with hourly buses to both Windermere and Kendal, so that is one concern dealt with, the children will be able to get themselves around quite easily.  It is only a couple of miles out of Windermere, not really much more from the town centre than from where we are now.  I'd miss the Lake, though, so I'm still not quite decided.  It is not likely to sell so close to Christmas, though, so I have time to think, and I want to look at some other properties too.

Anyway, do let me know you got back safely as soon as you are able.  And I wish you a warm weekend!

Fond regards
Rose

Silence.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

It must be nearly two weeks now since I received an email from you, so I am a bit worried.  You've had a lot of snow down in London too, haven't you?  And I read that the electricity is off in one part of London, so maybe that is affecting you.  Anyway, I hope you are alright.

It is a good thing that you didn't come to visit at this time, or you would never get home again!  Pixie has had a friend to stay, and he intended to go home for Christmas, but there's no way he can travel now, as I expect you've seen on the News, it is quite bad up here.  So he is staying for Christmas as well, and I've got an extra guest for Christmas dinner!  I'm just hoping that Iain and Suzy will be able to get here, the police are even warning about walking now, because the pavements are so slippery.  I expect you saw about that poor young man who died in Kendal, after slipping on the ice and hitting his head.  And I thought it was so sad about those two older ladies who died in Cornwall last night.

My turkey was delivered nonetheless this morning though, so that's alright, now I've got everything in, and all we have to hope for is that the electricity stays connected!

I hope you are well and warm and I do wish you a very happy Christmas.

Fond regards
Rose

Still silence.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

This is just a note to say Happy New Year and to wish you all the best for 2010.

I hope you will write sometime and let me know where you are and how you are doing.

Fond regards
Rose

And still total silence from Richard. For 12 months. But then......

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21. Richard returns!

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
It is ages since we have read from each other. It is a very long tale to tell but may be as time goes on, I will be able to unfold the story.

I was serving a jail term in Sudan for putting a young damsel into the family way. If you could remember vividly well, that was why I was actually demanding money from you while I was in Sudan. On the eve of my departure, I was arrested by the local police and Islamic gendam for violations of their customs, tried under the sharia law and was sentence to two years imprisonment which I have just served.

I left Sudan some three days ago and just landed in the United Nations office in Nigeria where i am actually being rehabilitated for now.

How is everybody there. What about the little boy Vincent, Megan, Iain and the host of others. How about the gentleman Pixie. My regards to them all.

I will write you more when I read from you. Presently I am in Lagos Nigeria.

Regards horney and hoping to read from you as soon as you can possibly write.

Richard Finch

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I don't usually use this email account anymore, so I've only just now seen your letter - and what a lovely surprise - though I am so shocked to read that you have been in prison! That must have been so awful for you, I don't expect prisons in Sudan are very nice at all. I am so sorry. What happened about the young lady who was expecting your baby? Were you able to keep in contact with her, or did her father stop you from communicating? Are you financially helping with your baby, or are you not allowed to have any contact with her/him?

How interesting to be in Nigeria! And at least you are missing all the current English weather - we have had so much snow, and it is very very cold.

So much has happened since you last wrote to me. I did write to you a few times more, but you never replied, so I thought you didn't want to write again. Maybe you were bored of me! I moved house, and now live near Grasmere; Megan had her baby (a boy called Nicky Daniel) and decided to give him up for adoption; Vincent now has a pony called Whisky as well as his Shannon; and I have a French au pair called Corrine!

Pixie has moved back to Manchester - he is letting his old house in Windermere for now. Barry and I are still friends, but nothing more than that.

I hope you will write again and not disappear again! I did miss you very much! I'll check this email account again now.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Horney Rose,

Nice reading from you again. I missed all of you. Good to hear you are still in contact
with Barry. It he still with his wife. Nice to read everybody is ok. Oh my God, Megan has
a baby now. That is good news. Vincent must be big now.

Horney I am just too happy to read from you. Well I have now new yet of my baby in
Sudan nor the mother of my baby. Since I was imprisioned, I had little or no new of
her and when I finish serving and moved to Nigeria to join a friend and since then, I have
not heard any new of them.

What about Iain and his girl friend? are they finally married or something. Yes of
course before my last communication with you, you actually said you were moving house, but I cannot remember now whether some were near Grasmere. Hope it is nice there.
What about the stables? are you still in the horse business?

Horney Rose is nice reading from you once again. It has not been easy staying in
Nigeria here. I am no longer with United Nations and I am yet to get fixed up
with any job. I am looking forward to having one any time.

Things are v ery difficult here and my friend is just doing the best he can. Please
you must write me again. I dont have much access to computer and may not be writing
you often but I will try to always keep in touch.

Horney Rose I love you and my love for you shall never die.

Kisses for you baby I love you.

Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,

What is the problem? I have not read from you. Please you must endevour to be
checking this email address regularly or you give me your new email address.

How is everybody there.

Sweet Rose let me read from you horney.

Blown out kisses for you my baby

Richaard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Sorry I couldn't write to you earlier, we had so much snow that our internet connection went down, and only got restored again on Christmas Eve.

Why are you staying in Nigeria? Surely it would be easier to return to London? Do you no longer have your old job there? And what about your London apartment?

Iain and Suzy split up months ago, after Suzy met another man, and went off with him. Iain is now living in my old Windermere house, with Megan, who is studying for her A levels. I don't think he is very interested in getting involved with another young lady quite yet.

Yes, I still own the stables and attached land, and Barry still rents them from me, he's got quite a good little horse trading business going. I bought Whisky (Vincent's pony) from him, and she's a good little mare. I've still got Merlin, of course. Vincent is 12 now, and at high school.

We've had a lovely Christmas here, I wanted to make it extra-special for Corrine (my au pair), as it was her first Christmas away from her home; and we are quite isolated here, of course. I think she enjoyed herself very much, though, and she enjoyed the company of Iain and Megan (who have stayed here for the Christmas period) too.

What did you do for Christmas? How do they celebrate Christmas in Nigeria? Is it just a religious festival there, or is it like in Britain?

I hope you are well. And, of course, I wish you all the best for 2011.

I've missed you.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,

I am very sorry not to have replied your mail until now. My darling it is very difficult here
in Nigeria. My access to computer is very remote because I don't have a job yet. My
friend has been doing his best to keep me comfortable and I have been living within his
endeavour.

I will always need money to go to cafe to be able to access the internet. Nice to
hear you had a good christmass with Iain and Megan who came visiting. As I have
not stayed long here, I did not actually had a full feeling of christmass celebration here, but
however, I think it is quit similar with what we have back home from what I watched in the
local television.

Fine you still have the stables and making the best of it. I am in the dare need of a job
here in Nigeria and my friend has promised to assist me for that. I lost my job with UN
because of the fall out in Sudan. My apartment in London was provided by UN and
has since been put on keys since me sack.

Horney I really miss you baby Rose, I love you and very soon I will be coming to visit
you my love. I will soon get a job here with a shipping company as my friend is work
very hard to make sure I have the job.

Rose hope you still look like what I see of you in your picture here with me. Horney you
are wonderful and sexy. I love you baby.

Please horney let me have your other email address as it may be you are more frequent
with it.

Rose, I love you baby and I know I will for sure lick up your sweet pussy soon and very
soon.

Fond regards.
Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard,

Happy New Year!

It is so sad, all that has happened to you, and you losing your London apartment too. Is it easy to get a job in Nigeria? They don't pay much money there, do they? Not compared to England. I do hope that everything works out for you.

I would still love to meet you, if that is possible. I'm not too sure about a sexual relationship though, you know that I like big hairy men - so let's just wait and see about that.

I'm checking this email account now, don't worry about that!

I'm in a bit of a hurry today, because it is the first day the shops are open again after the Christmas/New Year holiday, and I need to go out and get some things, but I'll write properly tomorrow, and also send you some photographs - I've got some more of myself, and also some photos of my house here in Grasmere. It is called Woodlands, because it is tucked under some lovely woodland. It is excellent for horseriding and lovely for the dogs too.

Oh, and we even have a private jetty to the lake - Iain taught Vincent to canoe last summer, which was great fun for him.

More tomorrow!

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,

Baby am so sorry for not being able to write you before now. It is not really easy getting along here in Nigeria without job yet. I have no much access to the computer. However, I hope to get one by March. My friend
Mr. TH. GRAMS is doing very well to see that this happens.

My baby for sure I must see you horney. Everything is going to work out fine and by March I will have a job in a shipping company. Well from what my friend said and the proposal itself, I think the job is going to be a nice one. Here in Nigeria they have what is paid to expertriate called expertriate quota which includes a decent appartment, house helps, good pay and all the likes. There is no doubt that it is going to be a good job. But all of this will come by March.

Horney, you know I love you so much and I cannot do without sexual relationship with you. I know when I come visiting for sure it is going to work out. Horney I don't know why baby, but I must say it once again as I have said it before, each time I think about you, I have all the sexual arousement that I have never had before and I will feel like just being on top of you horney. Rose, I so much love you that nothing on this planet earth will make me to stop thinking of you.

My horney I am looking forward to such a time when we shall meet and I know it is going to be very soon. As soon as I get the job, after 6 months I will be enttitled to a 3 months leave and I will come visiting you. Baby do you know what, I have a dream that one day you will come visiting me in Nigeria.

My horney I will love to lick up your pussy right now could you please give it to me babay. Rose I love you from the bottom of my heart.

Horney from the description of your house in Grasmere, I think it is an exqusite and a master piece.it must surely be an expensive edifice. You have a private jetty to the lake that is splendid.

Horney please consider sexual relationship when I come.

I dont know baby how you are going to feel about this, but I need some money to enable me keep to myself some time and not always sticking to my friend Grams for everything. For sure the guy is a good guy but then, I do not have to place all my bordens on him. I have some expenses on my own that needs money such
as going to the cafe to have access to the computer as I do not have one for now. Horney can you arrange for just 600 pounds for me. Please I will be happy if you can do it for me.

Rose my love please give me more of your photos as you have said. Please if it is possible, give me your photo that exposes some of your body I think I will love it horney.

Baby a blown out kiss for you horney I love you baby.Rose.

Fond regards.

Please give me a reply now baby

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I am sorry that I couldn't reply to you earlier - I told you before about our au pair, didn't I? Well, her poor grandmother has been seriously ill and in hospital, so that was a worry for Corrine, and, in the end, I said she must fly back to visit her, so I've had to arrange all that, and drive Corrine down to Manchester - which was a bit of a hairy trip, because the roads are a bit flooded in places. And the children are back at school, so that rather complicated matters.

Anyway, it looks like Corrine's grandmother will survive, though she is going to need a bit of special care for a while. Corrine still wanted to come back here, though, and I have said that if there is a turn for the worse again, I'll make sure that she can get back to France alright.

I'm glad that you have got a job organised, and it seems like it is a good deal, too. Yes, it must be a bit of a worry at the moment for you, until that starts, and of course I can let you have some money to see you through, just let me know your bank details and I'll arrange it.

I haven't sorted out the photos for you yet, due to all the running around for Corrine, but I'll do that soon; see what I've got! And of the house too.

I do like you Richard, you know that; I'm just not sure about the sexual chemistry between us, I'm sorry but I do like big men; many women prefer smaller ones like yourself, but being a big woman myself, I do like a man to be even bigger - otherwise I feel a bit oversized! I'm sure you understand.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,
I am so happy and relived in reading your mail horney. Reading your mail this lonely Saturday afternoon has made it a day for me. Yes you did mentioned about the au pair to me. Oh very sorry for her poor grandmother hope she gets better. You must have had a terrible time down Manchester with flooded roads. So what about corrine did you leave her behind in Manchester.

Oh horney thank you for you care. Really I am having a Job organised for me by my friend my TH. Grams. He is a German and very kind to me. The job is a good deal and I am looking forward to it come March. Horney please do all you can to get the photos sorted out for me. I actually need your photos to give me all the sexy feelings I desire from you horney. Rose I love you. Baby apart from the fact of my love for big women, there is something in you that brings out that chemistry thing in me and keeps me
infatuated. I know baby and I understand of your size psychology, but I still feel and am sure that the sexual chemistry between us will surely be there.

Horney thank you for your good intention of sending me money. I will forward a banking detail to you when writing you again. As I said in my last mail, I am looking forward to having you visit me here in Nigeria some time. But you did not refer to it in your mail. How do you feel about it.

Horney rose you know I love you so dearly and my heart is always bent towards you and you only baby. Horney you are a big woman and that makes me go crazy for you horney. I want to have that beautiful bulky fleshy baby in my hands and take up every part of it. Horney I love you.

I am looking forward to receiving your photos. I will arrange for a bank account and forward to you by next time when I will write you, or otherwise, I will suggest you send it via western union through my friends personal assistant. What ever the position I will let you know in my next mail to you.

Please horney, please don't keep me waiting for long before reading from you. Do all you can to get back to me asap.

Cheers baby and a blown out kiss for you horney.

Fond regards.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,

Please bear with me no time to write now just this line. Let me read from
you baby. Did you receive my last mail.

I love you horney

Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

Yes, I received your last email - and it is so sweet, the nice things you say.

I was just waiting to receive the bank account information so I could transfer the money and let you know I'd done that. Can you access your UK bank account in Nigeria? I could transfer it to that, if you can.

I don't have time to write any more right now, because I've got a vet coming to take a look at Firefly - she's got a cut from a branch on her rump which doesn't seem to be healing well. It might be due to the wet weather and the wound not drying out, but I'm thinking she might need some antibiotics to stop it getting infected.

Let me have your bank account details as soon as possible, though, and I'll get the money sent to you. I feel dreadful thinking of you without enough money to live on out there.

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,

It was very nice reading your mail horney. I was already becoming worried for not
hearing from you for a while. I am most happy for your writing me today.

Yes horney you are quite correct. Wet weather tends to slow down healing rate as the
face of the injury remains moistened. For sure Firefly is going to be alright.

Baby I expected seeing the photos you promised me. Please let me have them in your
next mail horney. Rose you are so dear to me and I will always love to keep in sight.
Horney please do well to let me have the photos.

Horney I cannot for now access my London account here in Lagos Nigeria and since I have
not started work, I do not have an account yet in Nigeria. I would have loved to have you
send the money to me via western union through the personal assistant of my friend
Mr. Grams. Please horney, if you can, please send it to me through this information and
I will for sure receive it.

RECEIVERS NAME UMEADI CHRISTOPHER
ADDRESS LAGOS NIGERIA
TEXT QUESTION FOR WHO
TEXT ANSWER FOR RICHARD.

Baby just do it for me like this and I will receive it. I know that it will take you some tax to
get to the western union office but please baby just do your best for me.

Horney you did not still say anything yet about my intention of inviting you to Lagos
Nigeria after I have started work. Or don't you like it. Baby please endeavour to
let me have the photos please baby.

Horney Rose you are so lovely and beautiful and I cherish you much. I love you
baby. Horney please let me have your reply today.

Fond regards baby. and blown out kisses for you horney

Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

Just got 3 minutes to write. How is it like this weekend. I will love reading from you
today horney. Each time I read from you I am done for the day.

My pretty do well to write me today.

I love you baby and my love for you will never wax cool.

I kiss you love.

Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I wanted to write to you yesterday, but after I'd got back from dog training, and taken Merlin out, and prepared something for our evening meal, I was really too tired to write a letter, so I thought I'd do it first thing this morning.

I'm attaching the promised photos. The ones of the house were not taken by Iain; they are the estate agent's photos from when the house was for sale. The rooms look a little different now they have my own furniture and possessions in them, but they give you a general idea.

Firefly has got an antibiotic spray for her wound; thankfully, she is unbothered by being sprayed with cold wet stuff!

I'm really not sure about going to all that trouble with a Western Union again, especially not now I live even further away from one (I'm on the outskirts of Grasmere now), but I'll see what I can do. I'd prefer to send it directly to you though, not to an employee of your friend. I think that will be safer that way.

I'm sure it would be very exciting to visit Nigeria, assuming that you are living in a safe area, and not one where they have the Muslim fighting problems or the oil troubles, and I certainly could consider that, especially now I have my gardener/groom to look after the horses and Corrine to look after the dogs and children. I'd prefer to first meet you here, though; it would be a bit nerve-wracking just going to a strange country, without meeting a person for the first time as well. And, of course, I'd prefer to stay in a house or hotel where there are other women, just to know that I am acting in a respectable way in a foreign country.

It would be an adventure, though. Do you just have to take anti-malaria tablets to visit Nigeria, or do you still have to have injections as well?

Fond regards
Rose

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,

Thank you very much for your mail baby. I just hurriedly checked my mail with my friends laptop before he goes out for work this morning. I saw the attached photos but I have not taken the time to access them yet as my friend is getting ready to be on his way.

I know baby that it is going to be problem for you to get at the western union and that was why I pleaded with you to ignore such problems and do it for me. Yes I understand that it would have been better if you had to send the money to me directly instead of my friends employee but all the same, I think it is still very safe to come through him there is no problem what so ever. More so, as I do not have a bank account right now in Nigeria, there is no way I can pick money in the western union because you have got to have
an account with a bank to enable you pick up money from western union because the Western Union is being operated by banks here in Nigeria.

Horney I hope you understand me baby. Please horney do it for me within now and the end of the week. I don't have a bank account yet in Nigeria other wise, you would have sent it to my account directly.

I am happy you showed an interest in visiting Nigeria. Yes of course, I am living in a safe area in Lagos. There is no Muslim fighting problems here. The Muslim fighting are only in the Northern Nigeria. The fighting oil troubles is also not in Lagos. Such oil fighting is only found in the Niger Delta area. Lagos is quite a safe place. For sure horney I will come visiting you first before your coming to Lagos.
Baby there are lost of good hotels here in Lagos that I know you would like.
Yes all that will be needed is just an anti-malaria tablets and it just will be OK. Cases of malaria is not commonly noticed in Lagos.

Horney Rose I love you baby. I will access your photos later at night when my friend returns from work. If I had money, i would have visited a cafe to do that.

Horney please do help me and do all you can to send the money.

Fond regards baby with lots of kisses for you my baby.
Richard.

Richard wrote:
Horney How are you today baby. I have just been able to open one of the photos. The
one you took with a guy. Who is he.

My horney this is all I can write for now. I will write more later no surficient money
to log on to the net.

Please help baby and let me receive the money.

I love you horney

Richard wrote:
Hello baby,

Just this line. Horney I love. My pretty how do you do this morning. I kiss you baby and
I just feel like a king

Richard wrote:
Hello Baby,

What is the problem? I have long expected your letter. Hope nothing is the problem.

How is vincent and everybody out there? Horney please do let me read from you
I am finding it real difficult here because of lack of money. Please baby let me read
from you.

I find it very difficult to use computer because of money. The only way I can access
the internet is by going to the cafe and I have to pay money. Please my darling let
me read from you today.

Rose you are my one and only sweet heart. Baby I am hungry of your love.

I kiss you baby

Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

I am in dare need to read from you horney. Please baby let me read from you.
It makes feel more at home if I read from you horney.

I love you Rose. Please get back to me.

Regards

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,

Baby are you ok. I have been lost in though as to why you have not communicated with
me even uptill this moment.

I have no means of much writing because no money to by up time in the cafe.

Horney please do get back to me.

I love you baby.

Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

I am worried about what the matter is. Please baby if you can, write to me now

Richard

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard,

Oh, I am so sorry to have worried you. Poor Corrine's grandmother died, and I travelled over to France with her. It was a pity that it was in such sad circumstances, but nonetheless her family made me feel very much at home, and took me sightseeing, and it was a very nice time for me, and I feel that I've made some good new friends in her family.

We only got back last night, and I feel a bit tired today, but I wanted to write to you as soon as possible so you didn't worry any more.

I'll write you a longer letter after the weekend. Corrine and I have a lot of laundry to do now!

Fond regards,
Rose

Richard wrote:
That is ok baby, I feel so sorry for corrine. This is a very short note I will however write you
more. No money to spend time in the cafe. You are well come from France.

Richard

The problem was that I didn't really feel inspired to start again with stories from Amanda Rose's life.

Amanda Rose wrote:
Hello Richard

I have to go out grocery shopping today, after I've exercised the animals, so I'm not sure whether I will have time to write later or not.

I just wanted you to know that I am thinking of you.

Fond regards
Rose

And that is the last email I wrote. Richard carried on waiting and hoping for a time:

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,

Nice to know you are really thinking of me baby. It is exactly the same way I feel.
no much time to write because of lack of money to spend time in the cyber cafe,
however, horney I am really thinking of you.

Horney what are you saying about sending me some money. I really need it.

Regards.

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,

Baby I am really burning here without money. Horney Please do all your can to send
me some money.

Baby I love you so much that I have even started having sex with you in my dreams Rose.

Horney I do not have much time to write. I am expected to pay 500 naira for 30 minutes
but I cannot aford it for now. Horney please do all you can to assist me.

Regards horney and lots and lots of kisses for you my angel.

Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney Rose,

What is the matter baby. Are you ok. I am so worried please endeavour to write to me
today.

Richard wrote:
Hello Horney,

Are you really o.k baby please give me a word.

Richard

Richard wrote:
Hello Rose,

What is the matter baby? you no more on this email address or something.

I love you baby

Richard

And then he gave up too.

For now, at least!

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Amazing bait! I felt I was living in Windermere. Very Happy

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 24, 2011 10:37 am Reply with quoteBack to top

Wow Branwen - it's an epic !

I love the way things faded in and out when it came to the subject of money.

I often exchange mails for a couple of weeks, but when I have a Lad really investing time with me I can't help my character turning a little strange and over-the-top flaky.

I must resist the temptation, and try and spin things out a little longer.

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PostPosted: Sun Apr 24, 2011 9:00 pm Reply with quoteBack to top

Smile

@ Jeanette: I visited Windermere for about two hours, nearly forty years ago. I bought an umbrella and some Kendal Mint Cake. I haven't got the faintest idea what the place is really like. I just had a link to a 'What's on in Windermere' website, and googled around a bit.

The lad also googled: which I liked.

@ spot: I can only ramble on. I'm neither imaginative nor clever. I'll never achieve anything like some baiters achieve. My only ability is going on and on and on about everyday life. Which, sure, gets in the way of coming up with the money. Some lads embrace it, and other lads get impatient.

I like it when it works.

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