Saturday, April 15, 2006

Some Stuff

Had a bit of a perfect moment this morning; I was walking down to town in the sunshine, listening to the rehearsal MP3 of ‘Our Time’, which is upbeat and inspiring, and feeling good in the warmth. All was well with the world.

I was on my way to Marks & Spencer to buy lunch for tomorrow. It’s a great place when you’re doing your own catering. (We’re having a fairly traditional menu; tomato soup with Mediterranean bread, roast beef with veg and potatoes and finishing off with a tropical fruit cocktail and cream.) Town was wonderfully quiet, probably due to the Bank Holiday.

Tonight we drove up to the Lyric Theatre in Hammersmith to watch ‘Wolves in the Walls’, a musical based on a Neil Gaiman book, that Brett wanted to see. I wasn’t at all sure what to expect, but was very pleasantly surprised. It’s a surreal musical trip into a young girl’s imagination but wonderfully conceived and executed. It’s on until the 29th if you want to go see it.

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