Royal Wedding Miscellanea

If you’ve read my books (or even the descriptions of them), I’m sure you won’t be surprised that I’m sitting here waiting for the wedding to start.  I’m poking around trying to find the links on web pages I told myself I’d look up later and never got around to.  Here are a couple good ones if you’re waiting too.

Don't my books look very smart next to the Royal Wedding Program? Makes the whole shelf look better

Here is where you can download a free .pdf copy of the Official Royal Wedding Program at the Official Royal Wedding Page.  I’ve been flipping through it, and it’s very nice.  I think I’ll get some nice matte photo paper and print it out later.  I think I have some somewhere around here. http://www.officialroyalwedding2011.org./blog/2011/April/28/Royal-Wedding-update–Official-programme–including-Order-of-Service–available-online-1

You can also get it free for your iPod etc from the iBookstore (not iTunes store, which confused me for a little while.  Use the British spelling “programme” when you search for it, which also confused me even though I know that’s how they spell it.)

And a recipe for chocolate biscuit cake from Good Morning America. 

http://abcnews.go.com/GMA/recipe?id=13476749

It sounds yummy; I wish I had time to make some before the wedding.  I’d also like to try it with white chocolate.  I bet that would be good. 

And I think this is one of the neatest souvenirs; you can knit your own royal wedding.  I haven’t bought the book, but I am tempted.

http://www.amazon.com/Knit-Your-Own-Royal-Wedding/dp/1449409245

If you’re curious, I’m having Walker shortbread, Twining’s tea, and vanilla cupcakes from Whole Foods and I am knitting an entrelac afghan.  Now I just have to decide if I should wear a hat or a tiara.

This is an entrelac scarf very similar to the afghan I'm working on. It seemed easier to show you what I meant than to try and explain it.

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