Just back from a work dinner and dashing to the computer to make it for today’s post. The content is not spectacular but I feel that this display of devotion to duty must make me a prime contender for a NaBlPoMo souvenir mug.
So instead of content, you may feast your eyes upon a video of the Princess and her siblings sharing an ice cream. Or not, if you prefer.
From Limerick and a deep thinker. I started to read her after the best dressed diplomat (a more profound thinker than I am) found her. And then I discovered that Dervala and I had friends in common, so, clearly, I had to read her blog out of sheer nosiness. She is a thinking techie with a huge following and she writes a lot in reflective mode. I think she might be the Charlotte Rampling of the technology world. She writes about an Ireland lost in the mists of time which I always find mildly alarming as she is a couple of years younger than me: this is a fairly typical offering in that vein. And not a mother at all, well fancy that.
Just because I have children doesn’t mean I have lost all interest in shoes. The Manolo, he loves the shoes.
Thank you and good night.
You could just post that video every day for a month and I think everyone would happily forgive you.
Ayyyyy! I love the Manolo! Thanks for a blast of sunshine on an otherwise dark and drearsome German day.
Totally (what Beth said).
Brilliant. The videos show just how well you’ve written about your family. They sounded exactly how I imagined them to sound when reading your blog. Even the burblings of the twins. I can hear the “Oi where’s my lick of the ice cream” in the lad on the rights WAH! I Especially liked the ‘Admonishing’ clip. Had me in stitches & again I could ‘hear’ you writing it.
That video is priceless. The whole point of being the eldest is “I’m the boss of you.”
Also, I’m adopting your tagline for my business card. How did you know about my huge collection of Night Porter boots?