Wednesday 2nd November 2011

We went to see Rosie and Steve (The Crowman) yesterday at The Longbarn Village. Had a fun time with the shop keepers go see for yourself.

We had tea and cake at the Orangemabel Cafe. Very nice too!

We dressed up in hats and stuff at th Dream Prom shop go on get a dress. Our friend the Yurt man Simon did! He looked great!

Steve and Rosie are now relocated there with the Art Depot they get lots of work by hanging around in the barn and the courtyard.

They will be making an exhibition of themselves most days at the Village. They are both great artists. Go on treat yourself to a portrait or a commission.

We know lots of people who have their work hanging in their homes be it humble home or a castle. These are treasures of the future and something to hand down to you grandchildren

Buying art today is a wise move.

Rosie is a fantastic traditional artist and Steve does the same but impressionistic. (plus he makes scarecrows)…

You can get photos of yourself or a special occassion at Sharons Longbarn Photography.

We will be guest chefs at The Chefs Dozen in the near future it will be a bit like Gordon Ramases or Jamie Oliveoil! We will post pictures.


Oh Mr. Camping, when will you learn? After incorrectly predicting the apocalypse twice in one year — May 21st and October 21st — he’s finally come out and apologised (in a way) for getting it wrong. Again.

Now we’re not upset that he got it wrong, no sir. In fact, we’d rather the world didn’t end at all, if it’s all right by you Mr. Camping, but would you please stop telling everyone that it’s going to, when it’s obvious you don’t have a clue!

The 90-year-old Camping recently wrote on his church’s official website that “…when it comes to trying to recognize the truth of prophecy, we’re finding that it is very, very difficult.” No shit, Sherlock. Apologies for the swearing there, but seriously Harold, give it a break!

What makes this all the more horrifying is that thanks to his doomsaying, Camping has managed to dupe legions of believers into sending him and his organisation hundreds of thousands of dollars to help spread his message, put up billboards and maintain his radio station .

That said, as the saying goes: “Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me.” It does make you wonder though: who are these people who keep trusting this obviously crackers old man?

Camping also added this on his website: “We’re ready to cry out and weep before God: ‘Oh Lord, you have the truth, we don’t have it.”‘ Well, that’s true enough, Harold, you don’t. Can’t argue with you there.

One Response to “Wednesday 2nd November 2011”

  1. Alcester Artists Says:

    Thank you for your wonderful comments about our new studio at Longbarn Village. Everybody really enjoyed your visit a bit like a Royal visit but not so much security or the smell of freshly painted walls and woodwork. I’m sure the Queen thinks that the outside World smells of paint. Anyway, come back soon for a cup of tea and a slice of cake. Love and best wishes. Steve Haywood & Rosie Lippett (Artists) x

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