"... children know such a lot now,
they soon don't believe in fairies
and every time a child says 'I don't believe in fairies'
there is a fairy somewhere that falls down dead," J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan..
After talking with a friend who had read an article in the newspaper, yes he is one of the remaining few who still reads the paper every morning.. I like to if I have time, do you? The story was about a couple of features in Queens Gardens that he thought might interest me and you also.The first is now my current favourite sculpture in the city. A replica of the Peter Pan sculpture in Kensington Gardens in London produced by George Frampton the sculptor himself and autographed by J.M. Barrie.. presented to the children of WA in 1927 by the Rotary Club, très belle pressie! The details are exquisite as is the park itself.. will show you a bit more tomorrow and leave the 'other' feature for the weekend.. bit of a tease :)
I'll sign off with these words of wisdom from PP..
'the moment you doubt whether you can fly,
you cease for ever to be able to do it'