A view of London’s great river. I think they call it The Tim’s.
If you have read about our trip to Paris a couple of years ago, you will recall that said exploit was in lieu of (notice my mastery of the French language) the nonsensically luxurious and exorbitant high-school graduation party that is all the rage nowadays. Our children have opted instead to spend a like amount of money traveling to the destination of their choice: Thing 1 chose Paris (see previous sentence above); and Thing 2 chose London. It is this latter escapade from which we have returned some time ago that I now relate for your vicarious reading pleasure. On a thematic note, you will notice that the Thing 1 Paris trip was all about art and architecture while this Thing 2 London trip was a tribute to pop culture and its anomic icons.
What a cute little Ben…
Day 1: Our overnight flight arrived in the morning and we hit the ground running by immediately taking a nap. Continue reading
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Hello. My name is Tim. Welcome to the fourth year of my blog. Please do not be offended. I apologize.
So here we are again. Those who consider themselves regular readers of this electronic page of web-based wonderment are kidding themselves because one cannot be a regular reader of something that does not regularly exist. Such is the case with this virtual locale of computerized verbosity, as I have lamentably not posted in nearly a year.
I would like to blame my lack of typeset activity on a sudden and debilitating mandoline tragedy, but alas, I am not that lucky. It is instead the case Continue reading
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