That is great!!!
Hehe :) Cool huh!? :)
Yes, love it. I was just trying to see where the Anchor is. I suppose it is on Iow. lol
Got it! http://www.theanchorcowes.com/en/home.htm
Wow! And they even got your name right, lol! Some day when your name is in lights, we will look back at this image and smile! :)
Lol. :D Yes, they got my name right!!! Lol. And that sign looks pretty artistic too! :)- It says 'til late', but it means 11 or half past, depending on how busy it is (I think anyway!) :) My longest set yet! :) x
They did get your name right! Great stuff. Well done Polly!
Awesome! Wish I could be there! I was just looking at the Anchor's site and they have 2003 & 2004 (only) on their Entertainment link. I should send them an email and tell them to 'get on the stick' and get it current, lol. Maybe tell them I heard Holly Kirby was going to be there, and I was thinking about coming from Va. Beach, Virginia to see her, ask if that is true, LOL!
Hmmm... is it a 'sign' as in signboard, notice, placard, OR is it 'a sign' as in evidence, assurance, foreshadow? I think probably both.
Holly went into the Anchor to confirm that she was booked ~ after what happened before ;S ~ and walked right past this sign ~ lol!
I guess that is what happens when your head is in the clouds (walking past the sign). And the writing on the sign doesn't even look like your writing!As they say "From little acorns mighty oaks grow" (although I'm never sure quite who "they" are). I just hope you get your name in lights before the green lobby say the country can't afford the electricity. lol
ARGH women! Say anything, that isn't totally positive and they will hate you! I didn't say it is bad, actually it's quite good, but this special "twist" is missing, that would have carried it to the top ones of your's. Does that sound better? :D And thank you Wolfgang, it's nice to have the time to be back, I've been manstering for a long time and then I was at Düsseldorf for a week to record the new BAUM Demo.Now I am almost done, there are just some female parts missing. And a singer we both know doesn't want to :-D
Schrecklich ,Terrorvogel, dass diese besagte Sängerin ihr sturmumtostes Inselchen nicht verlässt!Tommorow I will be in Frankfurt, not to far from your home?
Sie muss das ja nichteinmal machen :D Jep, about 50 km.
Einfach übers WWW? I will queue up with my wife for the Boticelli exhibition, are you interested too? Would be nice to meet you?
Das Fragezeichen ist übrig geblieben, als die beiden Sätze noch einer waren. Lol.Wenn Du Lust und Zeit hast oder auch nicht, lass es mich wissen.
Gna, I'm not really into this kind of stuff. I'd of course be pleased to meet you, but there are some minor problems: I can't really effort the ticket and I have lot's of nice things like fixing terribly played basslines and and studying math for Abitur (urgh) to do. But I guess it won't be the last chance. Und ja, einfach über's WWW.Man braucht die Spur ja nur zu machen und zu versenden.
Nevermind, math would be even better than waiting in front of an overcrowded museum.
Tonight is the big night! Holly at The Anchor! I wonder if Holly is as excited as I am for her, LOL! Just hoping the snow has not fouled up things too bad.
Oh my, oh my! The snowfall is much more sever that I had imagined in IoW. I have been reading the 'IoW County Press online' and it looks to me like a near shut-down. I even saw a quote from our Sis - it thanked a 4x4 driver for stopping twice to help hubby and a colleague when they got stuck. WOW! Well, dear Mum, there is your desired snow, lol! I still hope it misses us here and, I will be content to look at the pics of yours. It does not look like Holly will be playing the Anchor tonight now (to me). But, I am a long ways away! Good luck to everyone in this snowy mess!
Mum told me that people in IoW crave snow and, now I see that clearly! Look at this quote from the IoW News paper this morning:"After trying to negotiate Wootton for more than two-and-a-half hours, like so many others, we finally gave in and abandoned the car at Fishbourne. We walked the rest of the way back to Ryde and finally got home at 9.30pm, more than four hours after we left work in Newport. So many people were in the same boat yet everyone couldn't help but smile."— Anthony Foreman, Ryde. 'Couldn't help but smile.' Now that is what I call, really enjoying the snow', lol!
Lol Larry ~ we are a bit odd here I guess but it's just so exciting 'cos we don't see it that often. It has got it's downside though. The local council offices put this out and update often (well done council :)) http://www.iwight.com/home/pressReleases/frmView.aspx?prId=950Lots of the problems are caused because we are quite hilly in lots of places here so traffic can't make the slopes. As you can see on this link, nearly all of the Island schools are closed.Not sure what's happening about the Anchor. They have said "see what you can do, but don't worry if you can't make it". The biggest worry is if she makes it down there, but can't get back! Quite slushy at the mo but if temperature drops....very scary!!The family have been making a polar bear in the garden (Holly had a vision...hmmm!)I think Donna may be uploading a couple of photos to FB if you want to look Larry ~ that's unless Holly gets there first and deletes them ~ lol!
Anchor Gig cancelled! H wasn't sure she would make it there because of bad ice on roads. People told her she made a wise decision as temperatures are dropping and snowy/slushy roads turning to ice ~ very dangerous ~ many schools will be closed again tomorrow because of icy conditions etc.
There will be another day! So, the sign was just 'pre-advertising', lol!
tse, I can't understand those panic attacks because of that little bit of snow.
The sign says "Live Music Wednesday Holly Kirby" so they must be advertising a regular date. Let's hope 'that little bit of snow' has gone by next Wednesday.
Oh. And it has warmed up in London. It's a balmy -2c at 11:30.
our record this year was -21c and 40cm of snow.
in Mainz and Frankfurt we had not very much snow today, but tomorrow we will get another heavy load of that beautiful white stuff all over Germany. Three years ago we had 3m at the Bavarian Forest, some roofs couldn't stand the heavy weight and collapsed.
YIKES! Try to keep it all over there, Wolfie, lol. We might get a flurry tonight. They have been promising that for almost a week now. I really do not care. Things are stocked up and the car is in the garage. "Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow". BTW, I still would like to come over there and push that big anvil shaped rock off the side of the cliff. And I think Suz would help me! lol
Larry, the Neumarkt inhabitants are really nice people, but when we would do this, it would be like smashing the Holy Grail. Cave Bavarium! The Wolfstein and the Crow Table seems to be very attractive for Gothics (these black dressed people, who mystify death and mourning). And when we do this, we also have to be aware, that they would come at midnight and full moon taking bloody revenge for our disgraceful deed.By the way, the Wolfstein has a dark past. It was a transit camp (1942-1945) for forced laborers.128 000 people went through this camp and 1548 men, women and children died there.
OK, sounds like we better let the rock be! :)
hihi, Gothics are funny people. They always remind me of Marvin, the depressed robot in "Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy".Bu tsince a good friend of mine has a gothic girlfriend, he likes to wear pink clothes, what is quite troublecausing to me.
Pink and Black fits. I often have the feeling, that Gothics are stuck. They are stuck to their pictures of death, mourning, ravens, darkness, night, blood, imaginary superiority by having the insight, that life is so senseless... I had an intern, who is (was?) a Gothic and a rather clever guy with a good sense of humour, but producing depressing poems non-stop, permanently hearing gothic music a n d being always late, I think he would miss his own funeral.
Guess he wouldn't be late, when he is so much looking forward to it :D Well, but the most "scenes" are stuck anyhow. They are with strange vampire romances and so on. I think it's ridiculous, but if the want to...And gothic music is not depressive, it's just annoying.
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