Coincidentally the four people most pleased to see these two photos are all together playing with cars (and a plastic plane that Hannah thinks Daddy is inside!). Let me know if you ever find out that New Brunswick actually has a town centre - Mim and I searched last time!
I am not going to take the credit for this because Lawrence's mum told me about it.....But for those back in "sunny" England, the service this evening from New York can be hear on line if you go to www.saintthomaschurch.org. Not sure if it will be live, but I did contact the church and it will be available on "listen again" tomorrow, but I think it may be worth staying up (with a glass of wine!!) just in case.Georgie - cameron sends a big hug and will be listening out for you ....in his sleep zzz!!
hiya Ethan! Looks like you are having fun in America, and your concerts are going well !!! (looking at the e mails from your hosts, we are all very jealous!) me and Gracey are still at school !!! Graces team won the baton twirling comp and my team came second in the Hockey tournament and the stagecoach show was good. (shame i can't get the black face paint off ...!) Love Hope x, Grace x ,mum, x dad, x and Pickle x!
I may not be a technical whiz but (as my friends on Facebook will know...) I'm feeling a TAD let down by the St Thomas Fifth Avenue site.
Awwww poor Mrs Etherington - twice disappointed! Panic not though - I couldn't get anything on the St T's website to work either and the New Brunswick town centre is best not found. It's the wider bit of road between the Music Hall, the Dollar Shop (where I bought the umbrella that lasted long enough to get from the Dollar Shop back to the church) and the camera shop (closed).