Posts tagged “Teddy bear’s Picnic

END OF TERM celebrations

As I lie in a darkened room unable to move far, apart from occasionally to tears         ( most teachers will understand this end of term thing, you have to be built like godzilla not to end up feeling like this at the end of term – especially if it has been quite a lot of work, new challenges and you don’t resort to alcohol..ha ha ) . I am at present joined by  a sleeping orange cat ( who has been renamed the orange slug) who does not even belong to me,  just visits for food and quiet. I am  recovering from one hell of a  brilliant term of singing, the lovely emails keep coming through to reflect that, but it takes its toll. I  wish I had someone who could bring me food …..now…please.

Here is one of my favourite moments from the term that happened on Tuesday night at the Conway Hall LONDON. Paul had a single camera at the back..thank you..soon Bob’s fancy version will come through…. Need more tenors and basses for next term..check out LONDON CHOIRS in my pages up top…enjoy!

Blogging Every Day for 300 Days

Day 300. Yes day 300! That means I have been blogging everyday for 300 days and there are only 65 days left until the end of my challenge. I am not sure if I will be able to stop at the end of the year as this has strangely become a really important part of my life. I am looking forward to turning it into a book. Fellow bloggers have you tried it yet? Feedfabrik is this great site where you can have a look at what your blog would look like as a book, with all the photos, even the photos of your youtube links. tis marvellous. Mine is already over 700 pages long! Eek. I better start saving up as I want full colour and hard back!

Mr P. and His Brother

So yesterday the tour guide duties continued. Buckingham Palace, St James’ Park,  Trafalgar Square and the National Gallery. Had a great time. But just for the record I shall be doing no more tour guiding for the rest of the year. If you are coming to visit me…I will feed you, do colouring in with you,  cook with you, sing songs with you, paint nails with you, paint walls with you, hang out with you, go shopping with you, walk in the park with you…but seeing the sites….. sweet people, you are on your own. I have done 8 days of tour guides this year, and that my loves is that. I loved every minute of it…but tour guiding in this big old city is very tiring, even for people I really love.

SONG OF THE DAY -Teddy Bear’s Picnic -Ann Stephens

KJ reminded me of this one yesterday and I had to have a listen. Magic! The lady on the lift in South London has the same accent as this when she asks you to ‘ mind the doors’. There’s posh innit!