Saturday, 8 March 2008

New Bread Bin and Stuff

What a busy week, I'm cream crackered. Unfortunately no potting done so far.
I've had meetings in London on Tuesday and Wednesday but all work related stuff. Then on Wednesday evening we met up with my eldest Daughter Laura, and her Boyfriend Jim, for an evening meal in Putney. Laura & Jim live in London and they are both doing Masters Degrees.
We stayed at our next door neighbours house in Putney, while they went off to Poland for 4 days.
We tried to get to see the Terracotta Army at the British Museum on the Thursday Morning but we were to late to get tickets, it's pretty much sold out, and only on until the 6th April. so we had a look around the National Gallery, which was great. In the afternoon we went to the Tutankhamun exhibition at the Dome. I saw it when it first came here back in 1972 when i was 10. and it was Fantastic then, something I have never forgotten. Marion has been to Egypt but didn't see it. so we were both looking forward to it. But what a dissapointment, poor exhibition not even the famous golden mask. Anyway we found a great pub in Central London called the Lamb & Flag. we then went to see the Mousetrap at St Martins theatre, which was great.

This pot is a bread bin out of the last Firing.

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