Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Life is but a stage
High above the square, an enormous steel structure has appeared, blocking out the sun and, what's worse, the signal to the satellite dish.
But it is not an art installation, it's serving a practical purpose. The builders will be using it to get on with our new extension over the next few weeks, whatever the weather.
Just as well I started a new job this week. I'm missing all the fun.
However, I think there could be mileage in getting together with local musician and record producer Ding Dong Daddy and putting on a mini-Glastonbury Festival. I mean, you can even see the sun rising over the Enchanted Village's very own Pyramid Stage.
That's about it.
Love Maddie x
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