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I'd drive over but Jack is singing in a vocal night at school on that night. Good luck with it!
Sorry, can't make it there's a school concert here in Malmö tonight where two of my girls appear so I need (and want) to be there...But the poster is the best school arrangement poster I've ever seen!
Where is Briar Hill primary school?
Oooo....very tempting indeed.....
Oh yay, think I might be able to swing by. Oh dear, what do you look like again? better go and poke around on your facebook page. I am dead sure I'll recognise your feet.Duh, but is that where your boys go? Someone was recommending it to me the other day.Pxx
I love the idea of a twilight market on a weekday. Sounds fabulous. I would definitely be there if I lived in Melbourne.
I'd love to come but it is 16,255 km away.I do love the name of the school. Briar Hill sounds like a posh boarding school.Take discreet photos if you can.
If I were on your side of the world, I'd make every effort . . .
I want to come....there's no place like Australia...there's no place like Australia...I have to say, it doesn't have the same ring.
Doesn't have the same ring as what?
Oh, I so wish I could come. A twilight market sounds so magical, and on World Environment Day too.
I think abbylu was referring to the Wizard of Oz "..there's no place like home.. there's no place like home..."I'm love to come were it closer and did I not have my mother arriving that evening...
Where's a tesseract when you need one?i come if i could finger out how to get me one.
Oh dear, i just learned that there is such a thing, for real. i was referring to a wrinkle in time method of traveling, as in Madeline L'engle's terrific book...and i thought she made it up.And yes, i almost failed math.
Ooh what a lucky day to stumble on your blog. I might pop into the twilight market - I'm keen to look at Briar Hill PS, I have heard good things. Might head out for an afternoon walk.Oh - and what is parkin??
soooo how did it go??????
It went really well! I only sold one skein of wool, but lots of other stuff and it was the usual lovely community event.Melissaegan, did you come? I hope you liked our little school. And parkin? Well, see the post above for a description of Parkin (traditional Yorkshire ginger cake).
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