Monday, April 21, 2008
Sorry folks if you don't see many postings this week, but I'm in London and then Paris this week. The poor, poor value of the dollar is killing me.
But one bright moment occurred earlier today in Harrods of all places. My friends from Atlanta, who are huge fans of the Brit television show "Doctor Who" spotted John Barrowman standing next to us at the candy counter just as we were purchasing some chocolate covered strawberries.
Turned out this great star of the British stage is quite a nice chap and very affable, indeed.
More to come, albeit sporadically.
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