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I was losing hope of seeing snow this season. I longed for the big fluffy white flakes and the corn flour crunch under foot. There is something about snow that make my heart flutter, and no matter the scene, it transforms it into something magical. We had a little hail/sleet/snow flurry about a week ago which I adored....then last night as I walked past our hall window something magical caught my eye. The familiar topsy turvy decent of snow flakes, real, proper, big fluffy ones - just ...
... I'm actually getting excited about discovering new things. Not just what I want to see.
One thing that really excited me was a piece of art I read about only recently.
A 400 year old Dutch painting of people on the beach that restorers just found had a hidden whale.
A beached whale. Hidden in the middle of the beach.
How do you hide a whale that is the centre piece of a painting?
It's like finding that ...
... very seriously. It's a good way to bond with people and to be able to join in on this cultural sport at Wembley was truly incredible.
It was loud, it was fun, and I wish I could do it again and again. Even if you're not a big sports person like my friend, the enthusiasm in the stadium is worth it in itself.
Because Peru was a relatively easy team for the English to take on, the whole atmosphere was more around the ...
... He was jailed and was vilified for his outspoken opposition to World War I although he was well known in academic circles for his work in mathematics.)
Following Russell’s lectures, Kirsten brought me an Anglo Saxon edition of Bede, Lydgate’s Thebes (an edition of writings by Sir John Mandeville, a very imaginative medieval traveler who inspired the travels of later explorers, including Columbus), ...
My friend Iain came down from Scotland and we caught the train from Cambridge to Portsmouth Harbour. The skipper decided that because of the gales it would be stupid to leave that day so we would spend the first night in Gosport marina and get to know one another.Therefore, we caught a later train but halfway through the journey there was an announcement to say that the train would ...