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What has made my world rock this week?
the sun is out today,
I'm lovin' it.
a brilliant day out yesterday with my friend Louise.
We went up to London and paid another visit
to the Grayson Perry exhibition at The British Museum,
The Tomb of the Unknown Craftsman.
We enjoyed it so much the first time and
enjoyed it just as much yesterday.
There's still time to see it
as the exhibition has been extended to the
26th February 2012.
We also queued up at the Royal Academy of Arts
and bought advance tickets for the
David Hockney exhibition,
A Bigger Picture.
The online ticket allocation is now sold out
so buying them at the door seems to be the
only way to get tickets.
Seems daft in this day and age.
Anyway, Hope and I will be going during
the half term holidays.
We also popped into Anthropologie in Regent Street.
All the greenery you can see in the photo
is a 'living wall'.
Well, most of it was living, anyway!
I haven't been here before and
we both LOVED it!
Very cool clothes, fun funky 'stuff'
and wonderful books.
Some sky high prices, it has to be said,
but also some brilliant ideas.
I found a gorgeous crusty crazed pot
and 2 drawer pulls
which were just about in my budget.
Louise and I giggled all day,
even when we were accosted by
Mr Chatty Weirdo on the
train on the way home.
Lovely mail today.
I won Connie's birthday giveaway and she
sent me a gorgeous bundle of goodies.
and inside these lovely treats.....
a wonderful table cloth runner,
some old Valentine's cards,
a fab retro hanky
(I mentioned to her I'd been looking for
some for a particular project,
and lo and behold, she sent me one)
and a spiky thing.
What is the spiky thing,
does anyone know?
It has a heavy metal base,
is 2cm wide and 1.5cm high
and has a load of very sharp fine spikes.
I'd ask Connie but she's away at the moment ;o)
Many thanks to Connie
Many Happy Returns!
Cally-Cat continues to settle in.
She likes to go and wake up Luke and Hope
in the morning, and trots round with me
making her funny little miaow
(more like a sheep baa-ing!).
She has also taken to hiding in squeezy places
which is all I need first thing in the morning
when I'm late for work (why am I always late for work?!).
Hunt the Cally-Cat is such fun, especially as she stays
absolutely silent when I'm looking for her!
DH Grant, as always, rocks my world.
Just for being him.
OK, I'd better go now and look busy :D
I wonder what the other Rockers are smiling about
this week? Click on the pic at the top and visit
Virginia, our Rocking Queen to find out and
you could also join in.
Believe me, this Friday post really helps
me to focus on the positive parts
of the week, leaving the bum notes
in the background.