Let It Be - the story of the Beatles music was on at the Cliffs Paviilion
They get lots of the newest shows there, often trying them out before they go to the West End.
The tickets were a Christmas gift and Mr T was really looking forward to it as he is a big Beatles fan. Me - I like some of the earlier stuff but thought they got a bit weird , but I'm always up for a night out.
It was GREAT. Mr T - having seen the real thing ( cos he is old enough!) actually thought that it sounded better than the real thing on stage. We did laugh though, as I am sure there were far more bald heads there, than would have been at an original show!!
Sunday morning saw us walk the length of Southend Pier - 1.4 mile into the Thames estuary and the longest pleasure pier in the world! The wind had dropped and it was a really pleasant walk with the sun trying to peep through the haze.
Little Miss walked some of the way, and then wanted a carry and within minutes she had fallen asleep!
This pic was taken whilst she was sitting on my lap, sparko, and whilst I indulged in a cup of hot chocolate with the obligatory marshmallows,
|looks very grey, but it was lovely.|
|just woken up face!|
I have drawn up my pattern for my Piecemakers Challenge, and have sorted out the fabrics, but I can't show you just yet.
Its been so grey and miserable that's a bit how I feel, have finished the week with a grotty sore throat and even my eyeballs ache so i am off to huddle under that blanket. I feel a nap will commence before any stitching does!