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5 April 2015

Frozen Princess Emily's Magical Party

Emily and Friends
It's always nice when Andy's Magic—Children's Entertainer and Magician—gets a local booking. Emily's 6th Birthday party was held at The St Ambrose Church Hall in Kidderminster which is an ideal room for a children's party. All her friends and family attended and it was great fun from start to finish.

Emily and her friends loved dancing in the bubbles to their favourite music from the Disney Animated movie, Frozen. Songs like: 'Let it Go', 'Love is an Open Door' and 'Do you want to Build a Snowman' kept them very happy indeed.

Frozen Princess Emily
After a break for food we all gathered around a fantastic Frozen themed birthday cake and sung 'Happy Birthday' and then Emily blew out all the candles—that actually spelt 'Birthday Girl'—in one go. It was soon time for Andy's Magic Show and during the break many of the children kept running over and telling me how they'd seen me loads of times before and couldn't wait to see the show again. Emily was brilliant as a Magician's assistant. To finish all the kids received a balloon animal each.

Dancing to 'Let it Go' at Andy's Magic Disco

It was lovely meeting everyone at the party in Kidderminster and special thanks to Albert and his and his family for their hospitality and booking me for this event. I hope to see you all again very soon.

3 April 2015

Washington Crossing to Delaware - An Annagrammatic Poem

Washing Crossing to Delaware
Writing poetry is hard enough, sonnets are even more difficult but to try and write a sonet where every line is an anagram of the title would seem an impossible task. But that's exactly what David Shulman set about doing in 1936. Shulman, an American lexicographer and cryptographer, succeeded in completing a twelve-line rhyming poem with all twelve lines being an anagram of its title. The sonet, and it's tittle, were inspired and taken from the magical 'Washington Crossing the Delaware' painting (see photo)  by Emanuel Gottieb Luetze. It's an amazing accomplishment, a wonderful intriguing poem and both sonet and painting perfectly commemorates General George Washington's crossing of the Delaware River on those cold nights in December 25th—26th, 1776.

Washington Crossing to Delaware
A hard, howling, tossing water scene.
Strong tide was washing hero clean.
"How cold!" Weather stings as in anger.
O Silent night shows war ace danger!
The cold waters swashing on in rage.
Redcoats warn slow his hint engage.
When star general's action wish'd "Go!"
He saw his ragged continentals row.
Ah, he stands – sailor crew went going.
And so this general watches rowing.
He hastens – winter again grows cold.
A wet crew gain Hessian stronghold.
George can't lose war with's hands in;
He's astern – so go alight, crew, and win!
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