Yes, I know I've have not been around much of late. However, today I had to break the silence to report a crime so heinous by one of the Young Masters that it can not go unreported. When they return home from school today I will be wearing my Spanish Inquisition frock and my kitchen tools will be laid out for ready for use. I will find out whether it is Master Benedict or Master Jacob who is the perpetrator of this unforgivable crime.
And what crime is this I hear you ask?
Well, dear readers, this morning I opened my email account and found a record of an unexpected purchase from itunes.
One of the my boys has downloaded Let Me Go by Gary Barlow.
GRR. I thought I was doing a good job with their music education. I shall have to review my methods.
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
Interrupting the deafening silence
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