Rope Work

Fellowship is so important. Thanks, David, for this excellent connection. (I feel like there were two puns in there …)


Ebs and Flows...

One storyline in the episode of ‘Call of the Midwife’ that was screened on Sunday 8 February involved Frank Robbins, the owner of a rope works in London’s docklands in the 1950s. Frank was coming to terms with the fact that his wife had given birth to a daughter when he desperately longed for a son. Frank wanted a son as an heir to inherit the rope works because he was the sole surviving male in the family line. He had lost his father and brothers during World War II, and had made a promise to his dead father that he would father a son to carry on the family name and business.

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