A Lego Angel? Well, why not. It was a day with my daughter who arrived safe and sound if not two days late from the USA. The supposed snowstorm in Chicago that left only mini-millimeters of snow, and cancelled all flights flying through that airport. What a waste. I could not have imagined Christmas Eve without her.
We went to Covent Garden; for some reason the only Jack Daniels Whisky barrel tree outside of Lynchburg is here. I guess Londoners drink a lot of their product? It is well advertised in the Tube. Hence, Tube users are heavy patrons of jack Daniels Whisky. She wanted to meet a friend there and it seemed a perfect match. Except for the rain. Have I ever told you it has been raining a lot in London?
So, least expectation was for an angel; but as I always find – I can find what i am not looking for if indeed I am not looking for it. Today I was not searching for angels, I was searching for whisky barrels and I found an angel. Oh dear….I hope that doesn’t mean what I think it might mean.
There are over 7000 pieces of Lego in the calendar which took seven weeks to build. I don’t know if that means full time like a real job; but it looks like an undertaking. Visit – and tell me your favourite window. Mine was the Christmas Pudding.
We also found the original Neal’s Yard, in well, Neal’s Yard. I put a few photos in a “gallery” – I might have to do a section on this alone. It was colourful and fun…..in this dreary weather I could relate to why the bright colours.