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Surely it's the curse of the modern world that so many people now work at a computer while the compter also provides the biggest distraction from work ever devised ... (Dave Gorman)

When I see an adult on a bicycle, I do not despair for the future of the human race. ~H.G. Wells _______________________________

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Phone dump

Feels like a time to tidy. We did the back garden today - the autumn feeling makes me want to do that. Some of the plants were done. Weren't going to give us any more. And dumped out the photos on my phone. My phone takes terrible photos.
25th Aug 2008, 20:03   comments (10)

Birthday lunch

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When they brought her desert at the Rainforest Cafe, the staff sang happy birthday to Ariana. I think she loved it.
24th Aug 2008, 09:45   comments (2)

Birthday Girl

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The countdown had started weeks ago - 15 more days, 14 more ... until it arrived this morning at 6. Presents centred around her love of dancing, music and making things. Had some friends over for a party. It was all very emotional.
21st Aug 2008, 20:53   comments (4)

Rare views at the chemist

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Griff wearing his rear-view mirror glasses.

Another rare view - why would a chemist sell mustard?

20th Aug 2008, 08:50   comments (7)

Animal facts ...

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... and the collecting of. Ariana at the museum. The next day she wrote her website of animal facts.

And Griff? Well, he was enjoying the freedom to roam without parents.
18th Aug 2008, 14:17   comments (12)

Beaches are places for day dreaming


At Omaha Beach. Wouldn't know now that this beach once ran red with blood when the allies landed in WW II. But it is a place to stop and imagine what it was like.
15th Aug 2008, 12:58   comments (17)



The American Cemetery at Colleville sur Mer, one of the sites for the Normandy landing. I wasn't quite sure what to expect - and I didn't expect to be scanned at the visitors centre - but the museum was surprisingly interesting and the cemetery was rather calm and beautiful.
14th Aug 2008, 17:15   comments (9)

Beware. Low flying people.

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In the first two - this guy stood for some time at the top and then sat for a while. I don't think he jumped. A lot of the kids seemed to have no fear at all.
13th Aug 2008, 19:36   comments (11)