lady_of_clunn: (Default)
I have no idea why this is not the right way up.

Well. I have an idea but I obviously didn't do it. I don't know how to fix it, so just... cock your head or something.

***

I habe keine Ahnung, warum das nicht richtig 'rum ist.

Das heißt, ich habe schon eine Ahnung, aber ich es war offensichtlich nicht meine Schuld. Ich weiß nicht, wie ich einen Film herumdrehen kann, also... legt einfach den Kopf schief oder so.



lady_of_clunn: (Default)
I have no idea why this is not the right way up.

Well. I have an idea but I obviously didn't do it. I don't know how to fix it, so just... cock your head or something.

***

I habe keine Ahnung, warum das nicht richtig 'rum ist.

Das heißt, ich habe schon eine Ahnung, aber ich es war offensichtlich nicht meine Schuld. Ich weiß nicht, wie ich einen Film herumdrehen kann, also... legt einfach den Kopf schief oder so.



lady_of_clunn: (Default)

    


Since EVERYBODY else is doing spectacular things during half term, namely Eurodisney, I booked tickets for the London Bridge Experience.

The weather in London was lovely! i had been a bit concerned when we left home in a light drizzle.

We made it there in time and it was an amusing and slightly educational 45 minutes taking us from Roman Londinium to the 20th century. Then we had a look at Tower Bridge and the Tower of London before going to the real reason for being in London last stop on our list:

Hamleys.

A 250 year old rather big toy store on Regent Street.

We spent 2 hours (in words: two hours) in there.

That might or might not have something to do with the amount of time I spent drooling over wands, brooms, school ties, time turners, galleons, scarfs...

EDITED for inability to use html in the title of the post.

EDITED twice more for misspellings and the realisation that I was not in the html posting thingy. Yeah. Tired. At least that's what I am telling myself here.
lady_of_clunn: (Default)

    


Since EVERYBODY else is doing spectacular things during half term, namely Eurodisney, I booked tickets for the London Bridge Experience.

The weather in London was lovely! i had been a bit concerned when we left home in a light drizzle.

We made it there in time and it was an amusing and slightly educational 45 minutes taking us from Roman Londinium to the 20th century. Then we had a look at Tower Bridge and the Tower of London before going to the real reason for being in London last stop on our list:

Hamleys.

A 250 year old rather big toy store on Regent Street.

We spent 2 hours (in words: two hours) in there.

That might or might not have something to do with the amount of time I spent drooling over wands, brooms, school ties, time turners, galleons, scarfs...

EDITED for inability to use html in the title of the post.

EDITED twice more for misspellings and the realisation that I was not in the html posting thingy. Yeah. Tired. At least that's what I am telling myself here.
lady_of_clunn: (Voldy yay)
I love my husband to bits.

He is the bestest, most awesomnest husband ever to walk the earth.

Why?

After not being here for my birthday OR giving me a birthday present after he arrived here, he has made up for that tenfold.

I actually wanted to post this when I have the envelope with the tickets in my hands, but now I have to pick it up from the post office tomorrow and I am sheer bursting with excitement.

We are going to London.

On Tuesday.

Evening.

To Leicester Square.

To see the sneak preview of HBP, shown in the cinema next to the ODEON, where the official World Premiere will take place at the exact same time!!!!!!!

*iz ded*
lady_of_clunn: (Voldy yay)
I love my husband to bits.

He is the bestest, most awesomnest husband ever to walk the earth.

Why?

After not being here for my birthday OR giving me a birthday present after he arrived here, he has made up for that tenfold.

I actually wanted to post this when I have the envelope with the tickets in my hands, but now I have to pick it up from the post office tomorrow and I am sheer bursting with excitement.

We are going to London.

On Tuesday.

Evening.

To Leicester Square.

To see the sneak preview of HBP, shown in the cinema next to the ODEON, where the official World Premiere will take place at the exact same time!!!!!!!

*iz ded*
lady_of_clunn: (Girl in Red by Degas)
This was a good day. Indeed.

First I met a friend to go to London. We did not really plan on much sightseeing as we have both been there several times and Buckingham Palace tends to look the same even when you look at it for the fourth or fifth time. The weather was kinda gloomy, too.

My friend is sort of punk-ish, so we went to Camden Town and Camden Lock Market and all those other markets around it. We took four hours to dig through all the fetish, punk, goth and burlesque shops! Awesome place. Pity that loads of tourists on Easter vacation had the same idea, but all in all it was great. I also bought some naughty stockings - Lordofclunn is coming home next week for a few days :)

Later on we had a quick look at the Tower Bridge and the Tower of London, simply because it was easy to reach by tube. Next time we want to go when the weather might be a bit better, take Tani along and do a bit of sight seeing with her, maybe even do a river cruise and go up the London Eye.

I have already created two galleries: one with "New Home" pics, the other with pics of my London trip today.




Coming home, I found no trace of any letter containing my set-up information for broadband. That meant I was now entitled to call the helpline, as I received my router already three days ago. I spoke to a nice person in India and voila - all set.

I have the next two days off and I intend to do a lot of catching up. Who needs sleep?

lady_of_clunn: (Girl in Red by Degas)
This was a good day. Indeed.

First I met a friend to go to London. We did not really plan on much sightseeing as we have both been there several times and Buckingham Palace tends to look the same even when you look at it for the fourth or fifth time. The weather was kinda gloomy, too.

My friend is sort of punk-ish, so we went to Camden Town and Camden Lock Market and all those other markets around it. We took four hours to dig through all the fetish, punk, goth and burlesque shops! Awesome place. Pity that loads of tourists on Easter vacation had the same idea, but all in all it was great. I also bought some naughty stockings - Lordofclunn is coming home next week for a few days :)

Later on we had a quick look at the Tower Bridge and the Tower of London, simply because it was easy to reach by tube. Next time we want to go when the weather might be a bit better, take Tani along and do a bit of sight seeing with her, maybe even do a river cruise and go up the London Eye.

I have already created two galleries: one with "New Home" pics, the other with pics of my London trip today.




Coming home, I found no trace of any letter containing my set-up information for broadband. That meant I was now entitled to call the helpline, as I received my router already three days ago. I spoke to a nice person in India and voila - all set.

I have the next two days off and I intend to do a lot of catching up. Who needs sleep?

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