Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Back from England

I've been back from England for over a week now, but obviously haven't gotten around to making my report. I'll do that when I get a chance. I had a wonderful visit there--two-and-a-half weeks in Oxford, London, and Stratford-upon-Avon, mainly doing research at the Shakespeare Centre Library and the British Film Institute, also attending a few plays, making my standard pilgrimage to C. S. Lewis sites, and doing some other interesting things. But it's good to be back.

4 comments:

mjby said...

Note to reader:
This blog post and all comments must be read with an English accent. If you are not capable of doing an acceptable English accent (for example, if you sound like Dick Van Dyke in _Mary Poppins_), please be honest with yourself and others and do not read it at all. (Pronounced AWWL).

Bruce Young said...

Or as our daughter Julie used to say in a perfect English accent: "This is Bond Street. Change here for the Jubilee Line." We could use that as a test to see if you qualify to participate.

Garry Wilmore said...

Could I just say "My name is Bond -- James Bond" instead?

bruce young said...

As long as you pronounce it right!