Saturday, 21 January 2012

Oh What a Night!

Well, what a day really.
I met Gill at lunchtime for a visit to the British Museum because I wanted to see the Grayson Perry exhibition again, and Gill hadn't seen it yet. I enjoyed it just as much the second time around.


We then had a wander down Regent Street, tried on a few dresses in Desigual (but were very restrained and did not buy) wandered around Anthropologie where there was a lot of "we could do that" so again we didn't spend!


Then after a lovely day together, Gill and I went our separate ways and I met Stewart for an early supper... at the only place I ever seem to eat in London (I mention it on here so often I think must they owe me a free lunch!) And then it was off to the theatre to see this...


Absolutely amazing!!! Loved it... Nothing else to say.

13 comments:

  1. A lovely day and lovely company.

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  2. What a coincidence - I had coffee with my friend Louise today and we made plans to go back to the Grayson Perry exhibition. It has to be my favourite exhibition of all time! Anthropologie looks great, I must pop in there (and grab their cool ideas!).

    Your day sounds TOTALLY fab.

    x

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  3. Oh, The Jersey Boys, yes amazing! What a wonderful day! x

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  4. Lucky you!
    What a great song 'Oh What a Night' is!!
    Desigual too! sounds like a great day out. :)
    V x

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  5. It sounds as though you are actually relaxing! Well done Gina.

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  6. Sounds like an ideal day. Glad you enjoyed it.

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  7. that sounds like a truly yummy day Gina.

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  8. It sounds the perfect day to appeal to all the senses.

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  9. Ah! Now it all makes sense...that song was a bit of an anthem for us when we went to Switzerland to watch the Tour de France in 2000, as one of the publicity vehicles had it blaring constantly from the speakers on the roof...well, that and Sex Bomb by Tom Jones...and it was on that holiday we discovered The Girl was on her way, thanks to a testing kit bought at Lausanne station! Memories...

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  10. What a lovely day, you're very good at going to exhibitions! I'm afraid I wasn't prepared to queue 1 and a half hours for the Vermeer in Cambridge, so even missed that!

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  11. That sounds like a superb day - Jersey Boys are absolutely fantastic

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