Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Window cleaning at the British Museum

So thats how they do it!

Exchange on the flat has been moved to next week, so still no peace for the wicked...

7 comments:

Marie said...

What a brilliant picture! Sorry to hear about the Exchange being shifted, am crossing my fingers for you and hoping it'll all go okay. Hope you're feeling a little better. M x

Seaside Sister said...

It will be worth the wait. It gives you a chance to plan the colour scheme down to the finest detail. x

Looking Fab in your forties said...

Good luck with everything x

teawithonesugarplease said...

I always wondered how they cleaned the windows. Good luck it will be worth the wait and hassle even though it doesn't seem so. Everyone goes through this when they buy a home. Go browse Cath Kidstone to cheer yourself up x

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Sonya said...

Hope everything is okay.

I have been away from the computer, mostly, as I have been moving jobs and country. I have a tangled web where I can't sell my house (and thus get another).

All the best.

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