Premier Inn Birmingham Central (Hagley Road)
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... in the snow! Ava went tubing! She thought it was great! It's the first time they've taken Ava and now that they know how it works they will take her again! This is a great way to spend the my last few weeks travelling! I'm definitely happy to be here with family, even if I'm not used to the cold yet! I do miss the sunshine and beaches! But the trade off isn't so bad! ...
... for a living! We had dinner on the way home and the Bulls Head pub. On my actual birthday, I spent it with Kate, helping her out with her chores. We clipped Daisy and then we went to the Polesworth Chippie for a hot lunch which she shouted. She always talked about the Chinese curry sauce, and I finally had some. It was amazing with the salt and vinegar chips! On Thursday my young farmers friends organised a leaving ...
... and three larger than life cats in a small apartment. A lot of furniture moving was required and my hulk arms from hauling our bags around in Scandinavia came in good use. After reconnecting with my childhood dream of growing up to be an events manager, I suddenly transformed into the crazy perfectionist party planner you see only on those wild bridezilla reality shows. I had to make sure the serviettes where done in the correct fashion and that they all looked the same and that ...
... put on my CV (the list grows daily - remember I can add Vodafone phone expert) - art critic! Out to Ashchurch station in the car, in the dark, in the rain, NO idea where I'm going. Pleased to say my little navigators steered me right. Kids rapt to see their Dad, he's had a lovely time, kids full of all their news, what's happened at school, what happened in a London, their house points they've earned for good behaviour. Hard to get then to bed after all the excitement, but asleep ...
... Birmingham-based poet who was not on the original line up and whose name, I am ashamed to say, I did not make a note of but who entertained us with some oddly Shakespearian sounding rhymes about his experiences on the number 87 bus to Dudley and other less prosaic themes.
Next up and finishing the first half of the gig was Luke Wright - not the England cricketer but a fairly well know poet on the circuit and a regular in schools. One assumes that some of his material is ...