Alan Sutton

Monday and Tuesday drive time and Sunday breakfast 

I worked for a number of years in heavy industry, going to meetings, sending memos, shuffling papers, and tidying up paper clips.  I also watched other people do the actual work.  Eventually the company realised my contributions, and, not wishing me to be held back, gave me the opportunity to blossom elsewhere.  They offered me a carrier bag of £5 notes, which I took, along with a briefcase full of pens, felt tip markers and, of course, paper clips.

I was then free to follow my passion for art history, which is jolly interesting, to me, anyway.  I paid for things by selling 'stuff' at car boot sales, barely covering expenses, and making no profit at all.  I also learned to paint and managed to sell 3 paintings.

A friend in the business suggested I join Skyline, as I like talking to myself, and so I did.  This is my 8th year now, and I really enjoy it.  Music has always been an important factor in my life, as it is an emotional influence.  Many thanks to my loyal listeners.  Thanks for listening.

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