William Shakespeare
2010-12-23 @ 23:28:53
William Shakespeare is probably the most famous writer in the world. He was born in 1564 in Stratford-upon-Avon. When he was only 18 years old, he married Anne Hathaway and they had three children. We don't know much about Shakespeare's early life, but by 1592 he was working in London as an actor. Shakespeare wrote 37 plays, including 'Hamlet', 'Romeo and Juliet', 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' and 'Henry V'. He made a lot of money and in 1597 he bought one of the best houses in Stratford. He died there in 1616. Today you can see Shakespeare's plays in theatres all over the world and in several films. There's also a film about Shakespeare's life, called 'Sheakespeare in Love'.
I like it ^^
2010-12-18 @ 21:57:48
Diana - Princess of Wales
2010-12-11 @ 21:34:26
Lady Diana Spencer was born in 1961. She came from a rich and famous family, but her parents divorced when she was quite young, and she didn't have a happy childhood. When she left school, she got a job in London as a nanny, looking after children. Her quiet life suddenly changed, however, when she met Prince Charles, the Queen's son. Diana and Charles got married in 1981 and they had two sons, Prince William (1982) and Prince Harry (1984). Diana became an international superstar. Photographers and reporters followed her everywhere. She used her fame to help lots of charities, particularly those for children and to help victims of AIDS and land-mines. But the marriage was not happy and in 1996 they got divorced. A year later in August 1997 Diana died in a car crash in Paris. Hundreds of millions of people around the world watched her funeral on television.

The rest is silence...
2010-12-04 @ 21:09:44
So much I would want to write, to say. I don't know to dress this in to words. I have my sky on earth, so incredibly impossibly...It's my perfect world ;*

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