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sunday morning...

Our very close friends Fox and AM got married yesterday in Ireland.  The Mr is there and from all reports a spectacular day and he is still out on the dance floor! :)

Unfortunately the baby bear and I didn't make the trip so after a little lie in, we are spending  our sunday morning watching the E channel with a cup of rose tea, fresh fruit and a toasted cream cheese bagel for breakfast.   It's not Ireland but not too shabby for a sunday morning!

Some internet finds from this week that I have been reading:

  • The LIBOR affair - for someone working in the industry it's been fascinating to see how this is unfolding in the media.  The Economist article here

  • A lovely cruisy new tune co-written by Pharrell:  Sweet Life by Frank Ocean.  Listen to it here 


Happy Sunday! 

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