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Friday, July 27, 2012

London Olympics

I'm taking a bit of a break today what with the opening ceremony of the Olympics.


I do want to share this great picture of the Olympic Torch in front of Shakespeare's Birthplace on Henley Street in Stratford:


And did you hear about the South Korean archer Im Dong-Hyun who smashed the first London Olympics world record -- and who is BLIND!

Wow!

I wish everybody a great Olympics!

Cheers,