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It's been a busy couple of days...and this is going to have to be a quick post because I ought to have gone to bed by now...

Yesterday I managed a trip to Birkenhead before Little Fishes where we did Mother's Day things with paper flowers...And I fitted in a quick trip after that to Kathryn's before I had to dash home and make tea before it was time to head to Debbi and Ian's place for housegroup!

Today started early with a visit from Julienne and Isaac (age 2) and they gave me a lift to Hamilton Square where I caught a train over to Liverpool. From there I caught a Central Train over to Manchester. I took my laptop and managed to get some work done on some of the pages of Steve's website that I need to revise. Then I met up with moth2fic. We travelled to China Town where we had a lovely lunch in one of the restaurants

Next Liz showed me Albert Square and the Town Hall and St Anne's Square. We went in St Anne's Church which had some lovely stained glass

We also saw this rather lovely statue...

Then I caught a train back to Liverpool, and more website stuff got done... and I was amused by a book which Liz has lent me... At Bromborough I met up with Ian and we went off to a cheese and wine evening, which was fun...another action packed day tomorrow!!


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Mar. 16th, 2007 08:26 am (UTC)
What was the book?

I love every Chinatown!

Oh, I'm so glad you met up again (oh, I wish I could be there too!), and I love the photos.
Mar. 16th, 2007 01:15 pm (UTC)
The book is called "What's the use?" - an old book of poetry about anglican clergy and congregations!! It's very funny, the more involved in a parish you are the funnier it seems I suspect...

Chinatown was great.

(oh, I wish I could be there too!)
We included you as an absent participant in our coffee and lunch, so you were there sort of!! May be one day we will all have lunch together...
Mar. 16th, 2007 07:26 pm (UTC)
Hee, we have an elderly paperback book of one page cartoons about Speck the Altar Boy and if you're involved with parishes, priests, nuns and altar boys, then yeah, it's really very funny, and very astute LOL!

-We included you as an absent participant in our coffee and lunch, so you were there sort of!! May be one day we will all have lunch together...
Oh, thank you! I feel like I almost could have been there, I can imagine you two talking!
Mar. 16th, 2007 10:44 pm (UTC)
The book does very well because its humour and issues are timeless...
Mar. 16th, 2007 06:03 pm (UTC)
What a lovely ,if busy,day out.Nice to meet up with Liz...time I did again..hmmmmm
Mar. 16th, 2007 10:41 pm (UTC)
It was lovely...Where do you meet up with Liz?
Mar. 17th, 2007 09:10 am (UTC)
Liz and I go back quite a way,our mothers were next door neighbours in Yorkshire for many ,many years.

Lovely times and happy memories.

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