My aim was to bring happiness
In response to your recent coverage in previous publications, regarding Messages in the Sand
I would like to express my sincere thanks to everyone who has commented and supported me on my daily quotes in the sand at Orcombe Point.
My aim was to make many people smile and to be happy. From all your comments I feel I have achieved that.
I would like also to bring to the attention of the lady who was not amused, you cannot please everyone all of the time. My graffiti was not of the kind that is left on buildings etc, mine was removed, either by constant walking over or by the wind blowing it away, so is this graffiti?
Many of you said you would miss my messages in the sand when I leave. As you may now be aware, I am no longer working on the seafront and am currently seeking work.
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Many thanks once again.
- 1 Are you ready to play hotel's Game of Stones?
- 2 Finest display of the season for Exmouth Town
- 3 Concept of 'live local' more important than ever in housing crisis
- 4 Councillors call for a U-turn on universal credit £20 decision
- 5 Council spending on temporary housing soars as crisis grows
- 6 Exe Raid Regatta on Exmouth water
- 7 Man left with serious injures after crash on Woodbury Common
- 8 Judges and lawyers pay tribute to 'simply the best' Anna
- 9 Drink spiking crackdown after needle attack - Devon Police
- 10 Exmouth Harriers pounding the roads of York and Portsmouth
PS - For those of you following my messages, you may remember I asked my girlfriend to marry me.
I am still awaiting her reply.