Ken Paves, time with the girls and The Hunger Games

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Ken Paves and DebbieThis week:–
- Transformations galore – Deb with short cropped hair! Ken Paves, stylist to the stars, is back in town!
- Gardening with the girls – getting the grass presentable again!
- And reviewing 'The Hunger Games' – is it worth the hype?


Hair and now…
A Ken Paves hairdoKen Paves made my day this week – as he usually does when I do a show with his hairpieces! Not only did he give me FOUR different looks in one hour, but he also sent this pic (left) to his 80000 Twitter followers! For me, that's a celebrity first! Not sure if it'll be my TiFFT* for March – have had a couple of those already!(see Snippets below).

But as always, I really enjoyed the show, and I know loads of you love his hair pieces – they're so realistic and EASY aren't they? Which is your favourite?
Here are the other three looks:

                    Ken Paves 'sprout' hairdo    Ken Paves 'cropped' hairdo    Ken Paves 'blonde fringe' hairdo
Pic 1 – the little ponytail – even a 'sprout' can be bumped up, says Ken! Lol.
Pic 2 – OMG! Just OMG! I haven't had short hair since I was 14! My face is too round, I thought!
Pic 3 – one of my favourite looks – remember the 'Josie and the Pussycat's' fancy dress recently? Using the blonde version of this hairpiece and of course the fringe!

What's your favourite?! Let me know by leaving a comment at the bottom of my blog below!
An unusual use of one of Ken's hairpieces!
P.S. June, who was doing make-up for Ken's team, had also used Ken's hairband piece in a very unusual way for a recent shoot – see if you can spot this in one of our 'Look Good, Feel Good' promos! Lol

Girlie time! And getting the garden good again
Deb's newly striped lawnYes, it was time to get my garden up to scratch again – got the lawn mower fixed, and spent four hours on one of my days off, mowing the grass! And putting in some new plants – Patchy the dog was very impressed when it was done! All in advance of having some very special visitors!

Yes, it was my total pleasure this week to have not only my lovely Lauren, but her Auntie Carol, ex-sister-in-law, to stay for a couple of days! It was lovely to catch up – I still keep in contact with most of my ex-husband's lovely family from time to time – and of course Lolly and Caz were able to talk ten to the dozen!

Debbie, Lauren and Carol out dog walkingLoll was also visiting 'cos she'd done me a massive favour by scanning to SD card all our precious family photos, saved in a variety of old yellowing albums. So she brought them back down again to me, all scanned in. Finally got copies made! Yay! Now I can get each of my siblings and mum one of those online albums done. Anyway they both picked a great week to visit, weather-wise, didn't they? We all had a lovely time relaxing in the garden, once all the planting and mowing was done, as well as a couple of wonderful dog walks in the woods during the balmy afternoons!

On Wednesday, we had a delicious lunch in Squires Garden centre near Reigate – see EAT below – and I bought some violas etc. to give my garden some colour. Well, Mr 'Back of my Tandem' is also visiting soon, so whilst my little plug plants and corms from Richard Jackson are safely sprouting in the back room, I thought I'd give the garden a colour boost and also stick some stripes in the lawn (see pic top left). It was a lot of work, but now looks lovely.

P.S. Having just found out the Olympic cycling route is going to pass by the end of my road, I'll probably have some sort of garden party that weekend – around 27th July – so best to start now!

Snippets
- Whilst the girls were here we also visited my lovely Brad – look at him here with his 'angels', fiancée Kari, sister Lolly and Auntie Carol! Nice to know my boy's doing so well with his new home and his lovely lady, and he played a gracious host.

- Great guitar video – whilst I was there, the kids were discussing this really clever pop video – a cover of Gotye's 'Someone That I Used To Know' – where five people play one guitar! 80 million – yes MILLION!– hits on YouTube! Enjoy!

 
Mummy Lesley in a silly mood- The Big Clear Out will have to start next week in earnest, 'cos Mummy Lesley was playing bowls and couldn't fit me in. BUT she still had time to play the fool as well – this is – believe it or not –  a fairly typical picture of her, when she's in a mischievious mood! Now you know where I get it from! Hehe!

- Went to an evening seminar recently in London, all about raw food and Brian Clementsoxygen being so good for the living cells and for anti-ageing, run by a guy called Dr Brian Clements. Much of it was very interesting – albeit starting an hour late which meant sister-in-law Boki and I had to leave before the end.

It was a little bit preachy, but thinking about the info we heard, has made me sit up and breathe more deeply since! Google him and his books – some interesting info. The new Wayne Dyer one, 'Wishes Fulfilled, Mastering the Art of Manifesting' is also just out – I bought a few as gifts too – I love his stuff!

Tandem ride with the mystery man- And as it's the end of the month, I've decided my TiFFT* is definitely riding a tandem in Center Parcs! No revealing any more about my fellow rider tho'! Yet. Or ever?! Hehe.

- 'Solo Cougar's Survival Kit' #15 – with dandelion season creeping up on us, you don't want to be damaging any nails pulling up the deep rooted weeds, do you girls? So for those of us single ladies who haven't got a Grampa's Weeder Durable 110cm Lever Design Toolman around to help out, get a Grampa's Weeder!!

It's currently on Waitlist only – but go on it as it's a 50/50 chance you'll get it, generally – and it's well worth it – 83 five star reviews, many saying what I say, that it's quite addictive and more than a little bit therapeutic when you pull up a big one! Hehee!

Facebook fave
Fiona the rescue dogA little link to an amazingly uplifting story online about a little doggy rescue – as I said to my Facebook peeps, I don't normally share these links, (well, there are too many to choose), but this one, about little Fiona the dog's rescue was so heart-warming and wonderful it made me fill up and glow! Have a tissue handy if you're like me, but if you're in need of a little 'warm fuzzy', click on this. With over 1.2 million views, I'm sure you'll love it too.

Footnotes
WATCH - 'The Hunger Games' – is it worth the hype??
Hmmm – this week's film review got me stumped. Saw the much-heralded new fantasy film 'The Hunger Games 'and found it to be truly a 'curate's egg', as they say, ie. good in parts! You have to watch the trailer first, (please!) then read the review below – so you can get a picture of what I'm talking about!

 
Well, it's an amazingly successful book, and has already taken big bucks at the box office. But for me, at times it seemed overlong, particularly the 'preparation' stages of the story. But once the games actually began, the pace picked up, and the edge-of-the-seat-factor saved it.

The overall concept is bang on for the current young adult trends – audiences are definitely ready to pick up where 'Harry Potter' and 'Twilight' left off. Jennifer Lawrence is suitably troubled, brooding and fierce – in fact, excellent. Not sure about the chemistry between the two 'star-crossed lovers' though. Plot – yes I almost buy it. Great effects and some real tension and anticipation that get the heart racing.

Do I recommend it? Yes, if you never miss the newest blockbusters. Yes if you like the idea of a cross between 'Bridge to Terabithia', 'Lord of the Flies' and 'Twilight'. But would I see it again? Probably not. Why? Well to go into detail would give the plot away a bit too much, but suffice it to say there were a couple of plot holes, which I'll hint at on a P.S. down at the bottom, in case you're intrigued! But overall, despite all the hype, it gets a 7.75 from me.

Salads at SquiresEAT - out with Caz n Lol, whilst shopping for plants, we just had to sample the delightful salads at Squires near Reigate – Lauren's was a smoked salmon Waldorf – unusual! And mine was absolutely delicious – including walnuts and goats cheese and apple! Yum! Am a big fan of different taste sensations!

I really enjoyed a mixed salad made for me for lunch by a certain person, one day at Center Parcs last week too, which included pear and walnut and rocket, and was superb! Do you have any unusual salad recipes or concoctions you could pass on to me? Simple stuff?! Lol.

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This week, I Are Mostly Been Using… our cook's essentials basics for your store cupboard! Having fallen in gastronomic love with some of the amazing sauces and dips over Christmas (port jelly with Stilton – yum!!), I've been using some of the gravies etc of late.

Stops me being a 'packet of this, can of that' person – I can use a sachet Cook's essentials basicsinstead! But tastes like homemade! And so convenient. Love the caramelised onion chutney too. Check out some of the packs if you'd like to add a touch of the flavour of 'homemade' to your meals? Like the five star reviewer says – 'who knew sauces could taste so good'?!

And April is about to start!Can't believe how fast this year is going, can you? More next week – have a lovely time in the sunshine – have just read a warning that it may be pretty nippy over Easter – so don't put out those less hardy plants just yet!

Luv
Debs
X

*TiFFT – try it for the first time club!

P.S. 'The Hunger Games' plot holes – why suddenly change the rules, half way through? You can push the barriers of reality and build a world we can believe in, but make it consistent please! Plus why didn't she challenge the 'lover' about his earlier actions?!! Eh eh eh?!! They might as well have shouted 'sequel' from the screen! Annoying!

39 Comments

  1. Denise Seabrook March 30, 2012 at 7:06 am -  Reply

    Hi Debbie,
    This is a first for me but here goes.
    What was that beautiful top you were wearing last night (29th March) and is it still avaliable?
    Have tried to find it online but no luck, thanks for taking the time to read this.

  2. Linda,Glasgow March 30, 2012 at 1:51 pm -  Reply

    Hi Ya Debs
    I’m going to be diffrent (nothing new there!!) and say my favorite Ken P look for you is the first photograph in your blog – the side chignon.When i’ve watched you with Ken P on QVC there has never been a look i didnt like though. Re raw food being good for the body and mind etc – i’ve always believed this and eat a third or more of my five a day raw every day. This is good for the digestion system – colon and intestines and helps the easier transit of waste etc Re oxygen and i will add water to this too – the body is mainly made up of water and the brain need oxygen from this water source and from breathing in and out of course in order to function to a good standard hence we get good brain power We can then go on to discuss the heart etc – Qmega 3 oils etc – which i know you have done a lot of research on. What an interesting subject and what an interesting seminar that you attended by Dr Brian Clements. Thanks for the heads up on the Antthony dates – i’m really looking forward to his and Reneees visits – i’m wearing an Antthony top today – white with a giant colourful flower to the side – lovely and comfy with leggings.Also looking forward to the Gatineau tsv tonight and the Elemis tsv on 29 April as well as beauty month in June. Lovely to speak to you again Debsx Look after yourself love Linda,Glasgowxx

  3. Debs f March 30, 2012 at 4:59 pm -  Reply

    Bless you Denise! Am assuming you don’t mean the nina Leonard purple dress t midnight, so you must mean the new Kim and co today’s special value! It’s on special Sunday night at midnight and thru the day on Monday! Don’t miss it! Well done for asking! Hope u see this in time! Xx ps there’s a pic just above these comments as I mentioned it’s coming up , although the pic is small so you may not ave spotted it!
    Do come back again hon!
    Xx

  4. Nigel March 30, 2012 at 11:41 pm -  Reply

    Debs – So that is why you were training on a tandem at CP – so you can surreptitiously join the cycle race as it passes by and win gold for GB !lol! Maybe you could copy what the french do for the Tour de France and create a large piece of cycle shaped artwork in your garden so it will appear on TV via the heli-cam! BTW thought that tandem pic man was an optical illusion but that current twinkle in your eye says different!!
    Gotye – prefer that cover version to the original to be honest although IMO its a sign of a great song when the lyrics can be interpreted in different ways by different people(probably one of the reasons its a big hit ).
    Online albums – used http://www.albelli.co.uk/ for my dad’s bday get-together pics – well impressed with the ease of use and final result.
    Will you be doing veg/salad crops this year with the impending hosepipe ban ? Think I am but will cut down amount as don’t really want to be lugging watering cans around every evening !
    Have a good week and Pic 3 = class, simples, Nige :)
    P.S. FYI found a bee cam !! :-http://www.sysonby.com/beecam/index.html
    and NTU falcons now have 4 eggs.

  5. Heidi Barnett March 31, 2012 at 12:03 pm -  Reply

    Great blog as usual Deb very informative and happy, love the ‘tifft’ pic of the tandem ;) Enjoy your bits on FB – have shared the one about that dear little dog(ahh!)Enjoy tweets as usual, it is great you get us involved with the Q shows via that and FB too.
    Hope you and the ‘pogs’ are well..will be watching you and Kim on Sun night..if I can stay awake hun, fibro not been kind lately. Take care! ;) x

  6. Joanne Maguire March 31, 2012 at 12:10 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debs, you look lovely/demure an completely different with short hair, handy, well it can be if you want to fly under the radar ;) Love the chingnion to very sophisticated I use kens pieces when I’m out of time and rushing. Hair up, kens hairdo in/on and out the door :) I’m usually similar to yourself, dog walking and wellies so Kens pieces make me feel well groomed and neat :) Joanne xxx

  7. Christine Webb March 31, 2012 at 1:02 pm -  Reply

    Picture 1 is lovely. I think your hair as it is right now
    Is fab.
    Not loving the short style on you.

  8. Dolores Mcshane March 31, 2012 at 1:16 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debbie,i knew you would love the vid of little Fiona the rescue dog it has touched everyone that i know who have seen it,even those who are not great dog or animal lovers.I myself have two yorkies one is a really old boy who is nearly blind and i just love them to bits i just cannot understand people who are cruel to any living thing.Changing the subject here i think you suit short hair too,you have a lovely face which means that long or short both styles will suit you.

  9. Katherine Major March 31, 2012 at 1:39 pm -  Reply

    Afternoon Debbie, yes Ken Paves is genius. Amazing skills, he never fails to impress me. Takes the doubt out of buying from the television, also gives women a chance to see what they will look like before they spend so much more at the Hairdressers. You look lovely. Please thank him for me.

  10. Jill Dowding-Walker March 31, 2012 at 2:32 pm -  Reply

    About the hair …
    I like the versatility of just below shoulder length! It can be straightened, or curled, or worn down, or worn up and added to with wigs or hair pieces! I adore all my Ken Paves pieces and I enjoy ringing the changes. In my Facebook profile pic with Leighton I have my hair band fall, plus my fringe and everyone commented on how nice my hair was at the BB! ;-)
    About the proposed garden party … send me an invitation!
    Lovely blog and I really enjoyed reading it!

  11. Mary McFarland March 31, 2012 at 4:24 pm -  Reply

    Dear Debbie
    This is the first time I have written to you. I wanted to say it is always wonderful to see you on QVC. You are great, happy and very uplifting for the viewers – thank you.
    I have a question for you. Is Jessica Hynes (the actress) your sister? I have watched her on the fantastic drama this week called ‘One Day’. She was wonderful and so like you in looks and voice and very watchable! Just thought I would ask. Would love to know. Looking forward to seeing you on QVC soon.
    Very best wishes.
    Mary

  12. Anita Anderson March 31, 2012 at 5:06 pm -  Reply

    Like your third photo the best, Debs.
    My TIFFT for March is: I’ve grown an orchid which has 3 flowers at the moment. I have killed every plant under my care including “the plant that is impossible to kill” as labelled on the gift my best friend gave to me last year!

  13. AMaria April 2, 2012 at 1:32 am -  Reply

    Hi Debbie,
    My first time leaving a message on a presenter’s blog … and what made me do so is the 1am Kim and Co show. I just want to point out that the mother of the bride is not the only mother in the wedding party – the groom has a mother too! When my son was getting married I absolutely walked out of shops if they asked me if I was buying an outfit as the mother of the bride … mother of the groom likes to put on the style too! By the way
    I do like ur presenting – you always give proper measurements and tell it like it is.

  14. K April 3, 2012 at 4:22 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debs- had to write to you-always love your bloopers and help with latest films BUT—that video of the pathetic pooch really got to me—-bless!!!!!!!! It was both heartbreaking to watch and then so very uplifting. There are terrible people in the world and situations for animals and humans but then wonderful people who restore ones’ faith. Thank you for showing that.I have watched you since you first started at QVC and then left for the other shopping channel(ahem—-moving swiftly on :-))and was very pleased when you came back. Love your sense of humour and honesty. Keep enlightening us with info and video clips that we ludites don’t notice.Best wishes. K.XXX

  15. Susan April 3, 2012 at 4:55 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debs!
    Funny photos of you with all the different styles! I do love your hair the way it is au naturale I must say. You’re so pretty, don’t change! Haven’t gotten to read your last blog yet so must do that. Set time aside!! Hope you have a lovely BUSY Easter!
    SUsanx

  16. janet April 4, 2012 at 11:17 am -  Reply

    Hi Debbie,
    love the pic of you with Ken and the third one with the band.
    Your blog’s are really intersetsing and although I don’t send you a message that often I do like to keep in touch.
    The story of Fiona was so touching such a lovely ending. May she enjoy a very long and happy life with her new family.
    Love Janet
    x

  17. Lesleyanne Cade April 4, 2012 at 12:26 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debs,
    im loving the one with the hair band on it, seriously thinking about it myself.
    Received my newcid cosmetics today wahoo.
    Lesleyanne Cade

  18. Elsie Green April 4, 2012 at 4:57 pm -  Reply

    I think the photo of you with the short hair is realy good on you show how pritty you are as well as the cheeky smile

  19. debs f April 4, 2012 at 8:23 pm -  Reply

    Linda – so nice to hear you speak about health food stuff – kindred spirits eh! Yes and very much looking forward to the Antthony visits too – and I think I’m with Renee also – yay! Been a while since I’ve been on one of her hours so it’ll be fun!I think I’m on on the Sunday 29th – I’ll have just got back from my week away in Scotland learning about macrobiotic cooking! Am in Penninghame near prestwick i think! HOpe the weather’s not so bad!
    nice as usual to hear from you hon!
    d
    x

  20. debs f April 4, 2012 at 8:34 pm -  Reply

    Nige – hi hon – thanks for your usual interesting updates! I like the idea of bee cam – I once considered doing a ‘dog blog’! lol
    Re the garden – well I’ve just planted the first potatoes, with a few more to go down later in the spring, plus I think I’ll limit what I do this year to tomatoes, beetroot, spring onion maybe, runner beans and possibly some lettuce. Rocket is already rampant – and mint of course. But it’s flowers i’m keen to keep up with this year – the pots are looking lovely at the mo – earliest peony tulips coming thru! See next blog!
    best wishes!
    d
    x

  21. debs f April 4, 2012 at 8:36 pm -  Reply

    Heidi – hope you’re feeling a bit better hon. Glad you like the fbook updates etc. I do try to limit to the ones that are genuinely funny to me, or ‘warm fuzzy’ like the little dog Fiona vid. I find it helps lighten the day when you see things liek that eh!
    best wishes and hugs
    d
    x

  22. debs f April 4, 2012 at 8:41 pm -  Reply

    Joanne – am exactly the same as you hon! I just love being able to put my hair up into one of the style-a-do’s in less than a minute, even if it would otherwise need washing! lol. It’s one of my (not so secret) tricks of the selly telly trade!
    I wouldnt choose short hair to be honest, but it’s nice to see what it would look like!
    Thanks so much for leaving me a comment! I do like hearing from newish people – perhaps you’ll be a regular!
    luv
    debs
    x

  23. debs f April 4, 2012 at 8:43 pm -  Reply

    Christine – thanks so much! I do like the side chignon, and also the fringe and hairband piece – that’s one of my favourites. Thanks for leaving me a nice comment – always a pleasure to hear from you.
    best wishes
    debs
    x

  24. debs f April 4, 2012 at 8:48 pm -  Reply

    Dolores – yes I do love my little animal clips – it’s my fave part of You’ve Been Framed too! Ta for the comments about the hair. I’ll have to ask them if I can try a brunette or black longer wig next time – that’d be interesting! I know what I look like blonde – like my sister! lol
    Do feel free to keep coming back on here regularly.
    d
    x

  25. debs f April 4, 2012 at 8:50 pm -  Reply

    Katherine – agreed! Yes he certainly helps solve a lot of hair quandaries for so many of us women! Lovely guy too – genuinely cares. And such good quality pieces – what can I say!
    Lovely of you to leave me a message – do come back regularly.
    best wishes
    debs
    x

  26. debs f April 4, 2012 at 8:55 pm -  Reply

    Hello Jill! How are you honey! Have been enjoying your comments on facbeook and twitter! Love the piccie with Leighton in the Ken Paves piece. Agree about below shoulder length hair – it’s how I like it best I think, having had it other ways – longer a few years ago, shorter around ’02 (briefly!). Will keep it like this now for a while I think!
    hugs
    d
    x
    ps re garden party – nice thought! But am sure most of you guys would live too far from dorking! lol

  27. debs f April 4, 2012 at 9:01 pm -  Reply

    Mary – lovely to hear from you! It’s always a pleasure to see a comment start with the words ‘this is the first time I’ve written to you!’
    Very glad that you enjoy the shows!
    THanks so much for your kind comments. No I’m no relation – but Jessica is very talented! My sister is Linda – she was pictured with me a few blogs back – she’ll be on air on QVC as a guest at the end of June possibly, as she’s a nail technician!
    Thanks for asking though! I appreciate your interest!
    best wishes and do come back again!
    debs
    x

  28. debs f April 4, 2012 at 9:03 pm -  Reply

    Anita – thanks for commenting hon – yes i like the third pic too! Your TiFFT sounds impressive! What did you do any different – not Richard’s plant food I take it?!
    lovely to hear from you btw!
    d
    x

  29. debs f April 4, 2012 at 9:07 pm -  Reply

    AMaria – another first timer this week, lovely to have you on board here and welcome! So nice to hear from so many new people this week. Ahhh – you hit upon a subject close to home since next year I will also be the ‘mother of the groom’! So point well made and indeed noted. In fact, on the next Kim show (tues 3rd 7pm) I had the occasion to do exactly that! Will try to incorporate it from now on – very good point!
    best wishes and do come back again!
    debs x

  30. lynne vaughan April 6, 2012 at 11:00 pm -  Reply

    great hair pieces by ken as someone who cannot wash her own hair[chronic back probs] i find them great and easy to use especially when on holiday and away from my hairdresser and in hot climates when u have been on the beach etc keep up the good work!!

  31. Anita Anderson April 6, 2012 at 11:52 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debs,
    I’m watching Richard and his flower power right now, but have already spent lots already.
    Just watered and fed it regularly and talked to it! x

  32. Debs f April 11, 2012 at 7:21 pm -  Reply

    Lynne – you are so right hon! I had my hair done today, so last night I went on air with the Style-a-do, worked
    Like magic! Thank u soooo much for adding a comment! I love hearing from newish guys! Come back again! Xx

  33. Debs f April 11, 2012 at 7:24 pm -  Reply

    Anita – yes I’ m using Richard’s plant food myself at the mo! Have to remember to do it once a week! At least all the rain we’ve been having has given the plants a good wetting eh. Interesting that you talk to them too – nothing like a bit of TLC. Wonder which plants it works best on. Hugs xx

  34. debs f April 11, 2012 at 7:35 pm -  Reply

    K – I know exactly what you mean. Had to watch it with a tissue handy for sure – but I featured it because it had such a lovely ending. Bless the little hound.
    So glad you’re happy with what I do! thank goodness for ya!
    best wishes and thanks so much for writing – do add some comments for me regularly – it means a lot to get some replies!
    hugs
    d
    x

  35. debs f April 11, 2012 at 7:43 pm -  Reply

    Hey susan – thanks for the comment! I do like my own natural style and current colour I must say so I’m glad that you agree! Keep me informed what you’re up to and hope you had a nice easter too hon!
    d
    x

  36. debs f April 11, 2012 at 8:10 pm -  Reply

    Janet – how nice of you to comment on this blog! Yes the story of fiona the little rescue pog was lovely. Always nice to have a little uplifting tale to read isn’t it! And thanks for the comments on the Paves Pieces – how fun they are to create a different look or two!
    best wishes and I look forward to your next comment!
    debs
    x

  37. debs f April 11, 2012 at 8:12 pm -  Reply

    Lesleyanne – yes I love the hairband one – very 60s! let me know if you got it, what you think of it! Hope the New CID cosmetics worked out good for you too hon. Best wishes!
    hugs
    d
    x

  38. debs f April 11, 2012 at 8:13 pm -  Reply

    Elsie – how lovely of you to comment about the short hair wig, and glad you liked it! I dont think I would ever get it cut short for good, but at least I know what it’d look like! And good for playing dress up! lol d x

  39. AMaria May 1, 2012 at 4:47 am -  Reply

    Hi Debbie. Not very good at this so was glad to see ur reply. I just watched the start of ur 1am with Dianne Gilman and I am sorry but she was very rude cutting across you like that. Every time she stopped and you started she interrupted. It really annoyed me. Sorry not into tweeting and refuse to go on facebook – like my privacy! You did ask about New York … you have to go! I spent 6 weeks there one summer and absolutely enjoyed it. The people are friendly, full of fun and are quick with their compliments. I love architecture and was surprised by the historical architecture as I was expecting it to be mainly new style. Went back 2 years later in time to see the lighting of the Xmas Tree at Rockerfeller Centre by Destiny’s Child – absolutely great. My first trip was pre 9/11 and second after – it saddened me that the twin towers were no longer there as it was the first building thing I was taken to see. Prefer ur own hair and colour but of the Ken Paves hair pieces the one you have on in the pic with Ken is best of the lot. Just to say … love ur presentation.

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