Sunday, 9 September 2007

British Library

After people had trouble finding the boat races, and after we never did find the Bloomsbury walk, I hereby swear to check every event with the original source before posting it. No more relying on Time Out!

On the bright side, it gave us time to go to the British Library today, and there's a fantastic exhibit on sacred texts of Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. Go to for more information. You need a ticket, but it's free. Last day is September 23. Be sure to also go to their standing exhibition where you can see the Magna Carta, Shakespeare's First Folio, and listen to a Beatle's song while looking at the original composition.

Potluck Monday night at 6 at our flat. It doesn't have to be culinary genius - something from the "ready to cook" section at Tesco's is great! Salad, bread, and drinks are also easy contributions.

There's another American prof in town looking for a babysitter. If you're interested, let me know and I'll get you her number. Her daughter is 6, turning 7 this month.

Hope you have a great week!

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