Saturday, 16 August 2008

Frozen Grand Central

TAKE TIME OUT!


P.s This is a bizarre state of affairs... no.. not the film itself but the fact that I tried to post this clip on to my blog some days ago and nothing happened. I forgot all about it until now.. when I saw that I had received a comment on my post Frozen Grand Central.. funny I thought.. must be the wrong blog! No .. just a little late in arriving..
I was intending to write about the four seasons that we have experienced this last week.. monsoon, frost! warm sun and chilly nights...
I think we have bypassed summer this year and gone straight into autumn.. does this mean that Spring will arrive in December and summer in March...?

Have a great weekend and don't forget your wellies! xx


16 comments:

pebbledash said...

Love it! Happy weekend Michele. D x

Gill at Lucy Locket said...

made me grin early on a Saturday morning over the first cup of tea! Thanks.
Gill

Ragged Roses said...

Thanks Michele I loved this! Scarily like my friend and I after our first sleepless night camping, we were frozen just like that for what seemed like hours - one hand wrapped around a mug of tea whilst we gazed into the campfire, wondering "why oh why ..."
Mx
I think I might do some more freezing today (teenagers do it so well don't you think!)

silverpebble said...

That was fab - Mr P walked in part way through and was completely flummoxed!

Simone said...

I don't think I would be able to freeze. I think I would start shaking with laughter! Very impressive to watch those people though.

Ragged Roses said...

sMethinks you should be making springtime, daffodil filled frames for your Vintage Fair, will Santa be wearing an Easter bonnet?
Millyx

JuicyFig said...

lol! I love it!!! have you seen the one at trafalger square? I so want to be a part ofone of these!!!

I have finaly gathered some brain cells together - plus have two weeks off work now, so I will be posting your giveaway pressie today!! (at last I hear you say!!) so it should be with you by Monday / Tuesday next week

Have a good weekend

Kath
x

Sass E-mum said...

I enjoyed that. Really liked how the guy couldn't get through with his cart.

Thank you. Have a great weekend too.

Garden Girl said...

How cool! (no pun intended) Have just shown the husband and he agrees. I wuldn't have been able to take part as no doubt would have developed an itchy nose or similar and ruined the whole thing.
Yes, the pj's made a trip out of the 'winter' drawer last night and very snuggly I was too. I briefly considered putting the heating on before I remembered that we can never afford to do that ever again!
x

Dana Jones said...

That was fun to watch, but did you see the girl with the banana moved her eyes! tee hee!

Michele I have missed your beautiful blogs. I know you are busy, but know you are missed.

Love, Dana

prettyshabby said...

I saw this on you tube a while ago and thought it was brilliant! great to see it again.
I agree..what an earth is going on wth our weather..it's utterly pants!!

Petticoat Lane said...

Brilliant Michelle, Thanks for showing us that. Do you think the pigs in Bath are doing a similar sort of thing? and will we indeed all be standing there watching in amazement as they fly off in to the sunset come October?
Jane. x

Elizabeth said...

How odd for that to happen,with the video!

You can have some of our California heat if you would like. I really don't care for summer at all, so I would happily trade places with you :)

Rosie said...

That was so weird! Loved it!
Hope you are having a great weekend.
Rosie x

LOUISE said...

I can't get over how many people were able to stand so statue-like. I would love to take part in one of these, as long as I didn't have my arms up for 5 minutes! The look on people's faces must have been a real treat. I hope the weekend is turning out OK for you Michele, it hasn't been too bad down here, just a little breezy. x

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April xx