4 month old Sean was coughing in the Manila heat and pollution so we took him for a visit to the seaside last week. It’s good that we did. He picked up a lot and looks very well now.
Our agents tell us they were called by the British Embassy this morning to go and collect a Settlement Visa either today or tomorrow. There are others on their books in line ahead of us, but it could be ours. That will be a relief for Tap Blog readers if it is, as I’ll stop blogging about all the corruption and evil goings-on that we have found out about here.
Otherwise, we are expecting to hear from Owen Paterson’s secretary, who was promised a call from The Home Office advising on the progress of our March 26th visa application, last week.
My company in the UK did well in April. I am itching to get back to work there and launch various new marketing initiatives. I also invested in a manufacturing business in February in the UK, and have been visiting Taiwan meeting component suppliers this month. Many jobs depend on the success of these projects, more than one hundred. That means votes, in politician’s language. Just get us the visa. OK?