Twas the week before Christmas,
And through all WordPress house,
Not a creature was stirring,
Not even a mouse,
Then up jumped a code wrangler,
And shouted with glee,
Let’s cause a nuisance,
And I’ll do it for free,
It’s just before Xmas,
They will all be so busy,
We can mess with the Reader,
And make them all dizzy,
So they worked hard through the day,
And they worked hard through the night,
It was so very unusual,
That it gave them a fright,
Then the bloggers complained,
And made the wranglers feel sad,
So the the bloggers said more,
And drove the wranglers quite mad,
Then up spoke a blogger,
With “that’s well deserved”,
Let’s put them in aspic,
And have them preserved.
We do need a sense of humour to cope and keep our spirits up. Meanwhile Sam’s Song is brilliant and Sam the Eagle is my hero:-
Appalled and shocked, but we have been here before. Making an effort does make a difference. Imagine how bad it would be if we didn’t.
More News and Articles ⇐ on this subject.
“I’m so chuffed to meet you all. Enjoy the day”.
More Brighten the Day ⇐.
Thanks to a friendly park keeper at St James Park, I was able to photograph twin Graylag Geese. Born from one egg, that would otherwise have been a double yolk, they rarely survive and these two have another special feature. Ethologist Konrad Lorenz did his first major studies into the behavioural phenomenon of imprinting using Graylag Geese and, according to the park keeper, these two have imprinted on one another and are inseparable.
They are so rare that you are unlikely to see anything like this until next April 1st. Yes, I am disgraceful and ingenious abuse is welcome and probably deserved. Here’s wishing you all a fun day. 🙂
🙂 It’s like this, when every new day is a gift, then every day is as joyful as Xmas.
And now 4 galleries of Christmas 2016. We hope you enjoy as many kinds of Xmas as you like and you can click on any picture to expand it.
Lights at Oxford St, Regents St, Hamleys Toy Store and Covent Garden
This is at the south east entrance to Hyde Park. Entrance to the fair is free but the rides are paid for in tokens that are purchased at kiosks. Special attractions can be booked online or paid for at the venue (but you may have to queue). More information here. Food and drink are expensive (£5 for a Hot Dog).
This is free.
Now that’s been taken taken care of, how about a game ? – So,
What have we got in our pocketses then ?
More squirrels up legs ⇐.
You know that Large Hadron Collider in Cern. I ate it.
If you’d like something eaten, please contact Munchies R Us and leave a message after the groan.
Please have a safe Halloween and enjoy you’re eats responsibly. 😛
3 pics. “Now push and glide, push and glide”.
“Alright, who threw the gravy”.
“Did he say the G word”. “Yep” . “Disgraceful, I’ll have his feathers off”. “Don’t mind him, that’s Arthur, he’s such a wag”. “Honk”
Not so much wildfowl as slightly miffed.
Well, I suppose the builders were grinning when they said they’d give it whirl. I should have known better really.
The United Emirates cable car traverses the river Thames in East London between the Royal Victoria Dock, on the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) and the North Greenwich Peninsula. It can be found on the Standard London Underground Map ⇒ at sector D8. From Greenwich Pensinsula there is a bus service to wonderful Maritime (Cutty Sark) Greenwich ⇐ which is on another branch of the Docklands Light Railway.
It makes sense to use an Oyster Card (touch in/touch out) as this will also save money on the London Underground/Overground and Docklands Light Railway.
BE AWARE: That if you forget to touch in with a card there is a heavy fine. If you forget to touch out when leaving a station, the maximum charge is deducted from your card.
A video of the view ⇒ shows that although it is partly obstructed by the tall buildings of Canary Wharf and lasts 5-10 minutes (according to time of day), it is nevertheless quite good value for money.
It is used for some commuting to and from work, so it is better to avoid peak times.
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