Tag Archives: london

Website Update

You’ll be pleased to know that we came back from London and, despite my concerns, the house had not fallen down in our absence. The steel girder is firmly in place and the house seems none the worse. However work … Continue reading

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An eventful journey

Having a high old time in London this week, Little Owl and I managed to be completely oblivious to reports of the impending storm that hit Scotland on Wednesday night. Oblivious that was, until we tried to go home on … Continue reading

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Ray Bradbury

On the way home from London today I read Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451. Big Dreamer has been pestering me to read it for ages but I’d resisted because of the weird 70s sci-fi cover on the version we own. I … Continue reading

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D&AD set up

This morning I got up bright and early to travel across London to set up the D&AD show at Spitalfields Market. I thought it was highly amusing that I was travelling on the Tube carrying a cardboard tube. My comic … Continue reading

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Haring along

In the late part of this afternoon, on our way home from visiting friends, Little Owl and I encountered a hare on the road. He bounded out of an open gateway in the hedgerow before turning to gallop along beside … Continue reading

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Agate Hunting

This weekend we all headed down to London to stay with some very special friends of ours. The temptation with London is to dash around madly trying to see all the things going on. There was a children’s festival, an … Continue reading

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The Tiger Who Came To Tea

Today Little Owl and I visited the Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green to see their Judith Kerr retrospective exhibition. For those of you who don’t know, Judith Kerr wrote and illustrated children’s classics such as The Tiger who Came … Continue reading

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Pia’s Competition No.9

I am sat on a sofa next to my fabulous friend Rafe, who is groaning at the cricket on the TV that the umpire has unquestionably made a terrible decision. Little Owl and I have traveled south to visit friends and family … Continue reading

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