Some beautiful photos by blogger Aaron Ivey

http://aaronivey.wordpress.com/foto/

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Moving into the house, a picture:

Of course it is still a mess, but at least it is OUR mess…Yes, we are living here for almost a week now, but most stuff still needs to be put in its proper place. I found a non-too messy angle of the living room, and maybe I’ll add some reality pictures later 😉

before:
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after:
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Spotted in Bratislava:

Our weary warrior wanted to throw away her plastic coca cola bottle in a waste bin that indeed seemed a bit full. But a little prodding with the bottle resulted in a rubbery bounce back. Then the wind opened the plastic bag. Mild heart attack is the right word for the sensation that hit our warrior. See for yourself…

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Needless to say our hurt warrior stumbled to find another bin, and quickly reported this incident to the Sloboda Zvierat foundation (Freedom for Animals movement)…

Chelsea news

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Another nice picture of ‘the special one’ 😉

According to the Sun, Jose M. ended his Feud with Rom. Good on Chelsea!! The fixtures have been set already, Sheva with 80% certainty is to go to Milan, Robben stays(?), and some new players have been bought.

The Sun reports today:
‘ […]”Mourinho, speaking on a charity tour in Ghana, said: “We work together on the same mission and on the same course. I have to respect him, he’s the boss.”

Asked by local journalists if he would phone Abramovich to see how his day was going, manager Mourinho added: “Would you phone the president of Ghana?”. The Special One had barely spoken to Abramovich since a bust-up in January but called a truce last month. And he was told he can keep his job at Stamford Bridge as long as he compromised on his opposition to some of Rom’s future plans.

But Andriy Shevchenko could be on his way out. AC Milan owner Silvio Berlusconi claims his club are “80 per cent certain” of re-signing the striker. The Champions League winners are desperate to get Sheva, 30, back just one year after selling him for £30million.

Former Italian president Berlusconi admitted: “I spoke to vice-president Adriano Galliani a few days ago and he said the chances of Sheva coming back were 80 per cent. Berlusconi, who is godfather to Sheva’s son Jordan, was fiercely critical of the hotshot’s decision to leave Milan. The pair have since made up and Berlusconi now says: “I consider Sheva to be like my son. […]’

Fixtures in August 2007:

Saturday, 11 August Chelsea v Birmingham, 15:00

Tuesday, 14 August Reading v Chelsea, 19:45

Saturday, 18 August Liverpool v Chelsea, 15:00

Saturday, 25 August Chelsea v Portsmouth, 15:00