Sunday, February 22, 2009

Washing line, angry blond and the soundtrack.

1. The washing goes out on the line for a few hours -- first time this year.

2. He hands me a 2cm tall warrior which is going away to be painted tomorrow. 'These are great. They've got real Saxon expressions. "I'm here to kill your monsta!". When we watch Beowulf, I'm going to line them up so they can see it.'

3. We spend a cheerful -- if argumentative evening testing wedding music to see what makes me cry (Handel's wedding march, not Wagner's one; Linden Lea, but only a crackly 1930s recording; and the grand march from Aida).

5 comments:

  1. There is also Trumpet Voluntary by Henry Purcell (also known as the "Prince of Denmark's March" by Jermiah Clarke.) That is the music I walked down the aisle to. You may have ruled that one out though.

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  2. #3 sounds absolutely delightful. =D

    I think a lot of people are just waiting for the little snippets of your wedding plans.

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  3. Being able to hang out washing on the line again is a great pleasure - I pegged my first lot out on Saturday. It did not completely dry but smelt so good :)

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