John Morgan cannot be said to be in the best of health these days. The old soldier is suffering from a number of the usual complaints that come with age, including painful ankles, a legacy of an old war wound (he jumped into a swimming pool which happened to be empty at the time and had to go on parade next day). These things catch up with you.
I am sure that both he and Felicity would be delighted to get in contact with any old friends reading this, although John's hearing is also not as good as it used to be. I SAID "YOUR HEARING FATHER IS NOT AS GOOD AS IT SHOULD BE."
Mother is in perhaps better shape physically, although they both need constant care, provided by an excellent Polish woman who is now beating them both at scrabble.
Give them a bell sometime. They would love to hear from you.