Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Archaeology, face and baking.

1. I interview an archaeologist who tells me that I ask difficult -- but good -- questions. He illustrates his points with funny stories -- "The Iron Age did not begin with a man cantering round Britain with a trumpet saying 'Everyone start using iron now.' It was more of a gradual process." And "Well, I wouldn't go into a Glasgow pub and say 'Actually, you're not Celts.'"

2. A friend posts a picture of her new baby on Facebook.

3. The smell of spices and baking makes itself at home while the bread pudding is in the oven.

1 comment:

  1. The archaelogist sounds fun, if only that was how the Iron Age began though!

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