Grab and Les

By: Tony Meads

Tony Meads is a professional landscaper in Uckfield, East Sussex, U.K. He’s married to an American who teaches at the local primary school. Having a long-time interest in both history and hauntings, he does paranormal investigations at local historical sites. Otherwise he spends his time drawing cartoons and having a laugh. He is the brother-in-law of infamously moody poet Renee Y. Brown.

 

2 Comments on “Grab and Les”

  1. Mr. Meads,
    Kudos on an exquisitely telling rendition of British removers. I will say, as a point of pride, that here in the Colonies we have the common decency and sense of place to ask our movers to keep their bottles concealed in a brown paper bag.
    Eagerly awaiting more,
    Jerry G. West

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