Merry Christmas Everybody!

Christmas is here again so soon! Thank you to all for your support through 2010. It has been an amazing year and we have met many new and interesting people. Paul has been a little conspicuous in his absence as he is now doing four clinics a year in Dubai and is there at present.

Sammy our trusty elf has gone home to Canada and has been replaced by our two new helpers. Pauls daughter Emily and my son Tim both finished year 12 a few weeks ago and they are both helping out as technicans, cleaners, coffee makers, telephonists, receptionists and computer geeks.

Emily will be going on to University next year and Tim is having a gap year while he works out what he wants to do. Hopefully their experience here will be of value to them both. I know that they are definately a great help around here!

With most of my family away in different parts of the world I am in for a quiet Christmas which will be quite welcomed as it has been an exraordinarily busy year. Usually at this time of year I have many clients in from the country or overseas so I don’t get much of a break. This time however I have not had any emergency calls so I am closing up from the 24th of December till the 5th of January.

I look forward to seeing you all again in 2011. Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!


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