Over the weekend, Sam and Harry shared with us some anecdotes of their world trip that they took together earlier this year – organised by Harry and paid for by mum and dad – and with ample spending money for them to have fun, remain fed and watered and see them both safely home.
The Brothers Trust supports a few local charities – including Momentum, a charity for children with life limiting illnesses – which was founded out of the hospital where our four strapping sons were born. Actually, none of them are strapping, but they are healthy, thank God.
Tonight I am hosting a comedy night in Kingston […]
At Waterloo Station today, I went to Lost Property in the vain hope that my lost iphone might have been handed in. I say vain, because I have registered the loss on-line and they send a notification if the item is found – and there has been no such notification.
Following yesterday's blog post - I am pleased to report that this hospital visit actually took place yesterday and by accounts it was a great success. That said, a success is a dubious word to use given the circumstances of children with very uncertain outlooks, including two siblings studying at Paddy's school.
Channel hopping yesterday, Nikki and I chanced upon a celebrity edition of THE CHASE - and we both remarked that we didn't know any of the celebrities playing - as I am sure other people remarked when I myself appeared on the very same show.