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... me a great children's book which has one first prize this year - it's illustrated by a friend of hers and they are beautiful. So I buy it for Evelyn and Jack - hope they like it. Home and relax - Home and Away is on!!!! really???!!! Jo cooks dinner tonight - lovely chorizo and chilli chorizo, followed by ice cream and chocolate and of course washed down with the lovely French rose. We watch Wild - great movie and then ...
... but overall he seemed to get it pretty well. He really loved defying gravity, and yelled and hollered and clapped when it was done! I barely heard his clapping, because I told him at "halftime" I was going to book it out to be first for the loo! As soon as elphaba flew up and hit that last note, I was out the door! Even before the lights came on! In the 2nd half i had to explain some wizard of oz references, because I am not really sure he has ever really seen the ...
... house was an important place in Dicken's life,within these walls his eldest two daughters were born,his sister in law ,Mary died aged 17 and some of his best loved novels were written,including Oliver Twist. It was in this house that he achieved lasting celebrity and universal recognition as one of the world's greatest storytellers. Our Rock and Roll Legends Tour commenced from 17/19 Cockspur Street and by Minibus we manoeuvred our way throughout the neighbourhoods ...
... the real surprise of the morning was that we went for a walk down Rodeo Drive to look at the shops and Tracy didn't buy anything .......but Ken did! The weather here in LA has been perfect every day; blue skies and temperatures of 28c. We are hoping the weather in London will be similar??
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... and we explored London! Staying in a central hotel for a week, we explored Kensington Palacr, negotiated the underground, and wandered the side of the Thames! We took a river cruise on a gorgeous sunny day (after it stopped raining) and strolled in awe through Westminster Abbey. And of course... cream tea! YUM. Scones and tea and cream and jam! We spent one morning at Kensington palace, learning about the royals chequered history and sordid love stories - the ...