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Do Magpies Fly That High?

Do Magpies Fly That High?

One for sorrow,
Two for joy,
Three for a girl,
Four for a boy,
Five for silver,
Six for gold,
Seven for a secret never to be told.
Magpies are not usually expected to be flying around at 10,000 feet.  In folklore, They are more commonly known for their tendency to take a liking to shiny objects. This might play some part in how Timothy Roe Fine Jewellery staff member Karen got her nickname of "Ki Ki Magpie!" 

Karen has, lets us call it, a boundless enthusiasm for jewellery - gold, silver, platinum, diamonds or sapphires.  If the object is shiny or sparkly, she can usually be found in the vicinity, possibly communicating with said object in much the same we would talk to our friends.  

Karen has taken the decision to step onboard a perfectly functioning, safely operating aeroplane.... and then jump out of it (with a parachute as well, it should be noted). 

This brave feat is in aid of a charity called CLIC Sargent.  The organisation does some truly brilliant work for children and young people that are diagnosed with cancer. They provide clinical, practical, financial and emotional support to help them cope with cancer and get the most out of life.

To support Karen's sky dive for CLIC Sargent please visit her online donation page here



Posted: 13th May 12
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