Accompanying the Amazing Adele at Wembley

Accompanying the Amazing Adele at Wembley

Last night, my daughter Michayla and I had the privilege of spending an evening with Adele, along with a record-breaking 98,000 others at Wembley Stadium. It was the first night of her four-night Finale, the end of her album 25 tour that began in February 2016. Continue reading Accompanying the Amazing Adele at Wembley

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Dodging Tots, Toddlers, and Teens to find those Dinosaurs

Dodging Tots, Toddlers, and Teens to find those Dinosaurs

Exit the shop and I’m back in the corridors of the Natural History Museum surrounded by school children, hundreds and hundreds of them. It was like they’d spawned in the hour I’d been in the exhibit. Squealing and jostling, chattering and giggling, filling the wooden halls and windowed ceilings with their raucous noise.  Continue reading Dodging Tots, Toddlers, and Teens to find those Dinosaurs

Flying to London’s summer skies

Flying to London’s summer skies

I fiddle with everything. The lamp that arches over my shoulder. The seat recliner with its four arrows – footrest up and down, seat back tilt forward and back, as well as fully upright and fully flat options. In the footlocker in front of me I stow my big Mum bag, and find a little cosmetic bag of personal essentials – toothbrush and paste, comb, eye cover, moisturiser, and lip cream. Continue reading Flying to London’s summer skies