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Driving Home

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The A14 is possibly my least favourite road in the whole world. But this
was nice.
28th Jan 2006, 10:16   comments (0)

Chocolate Fish!

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and chocolate turtles.

My sister who is currently residing in Australia had these great chocolate things sent to me from these fine people. It says they are organic so I like to think that they were free to swim in great chocolate oceans before I got to munch them.

They were supposed to be here for my birthday 3 weeks ago so maybe I should get in touch with those 'we hate Royal Mail' people.
25th Jan 2006, 10:14   | tags:,comments (10)

Dolphin & Co Recreate the Beheading of Charles I

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List of characters:

Charles I - Gromit
Oliver Cromwell - The Big Crab
The Executioner (Fairfax?) - Penguin

Onlookers - The Salt and Pepper Cats, Dolphin and Mr Egg Timer


No novelty soap characters were damaged in this historical re-enactment
(that happened earlier).
18th Jan 2006, 12:56   | tags:comments (17)

Meet Grumpy, Happy and Crazy

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Self portraits.This sort of thing has been done before I guess but I was doing something for the shadowplay blog and was having lots of fun.
14th Jan 2006, 10:43   comments (6)

The Ducks Are Coming???

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10th Jan 2006, 13:31   | tags:comments (33)

That's me in the middle...

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9th Jan 2006, 18:02   | tags:comments (2)

Tie Advice Please

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Any tips for my interview tie?The comedy flower one isn't really in the running!
9th Jan 2006, 14:12   comments (23)

A Tiny Piece of the World

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I can see my house from here, well the city I live in at least. When I was
doing this jigsaw I had no idea where a lot of places went and there were a
lot of places I'd not even heard of. Which I suppose is a combination of me
having bad geography and the world being a big old place.
5th Jan 2006, 23:02   | tags:comments (4)