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I arrived at Heathrow just after 4:30am. No planes are allowed to land before 4:30am so we had to do a bit of a circle first. We were the first plane to land so getting through customs was a breeze. After customs, I walked out to see a huge line of taxi drivers holding signs. I thought I'd never be able to find mine, but then I saw it. The driver was so friendly and helped me with my bags. I felt like ...
... signs wishing you a happy new year! *big sigh* Sidenote: My video....is coming soon. Be prepared. But...I just wanted to remind you that the video quality may not be the best. Mainly because our camera is not exactly the best with video, and you could probably get more quality filmed with a pineapple. (I obviously exaggerated there) But I will leave you with that for this week! Have a good week, and goodbye from ...
I was fortunate to have been surrounded by Scandinavian, efficient cleanliness and thoughtful décor in my childhood homes. I associated order and harmony with safety and love. As an artist the visual impact of places is primary, with aroma a close second. Yet alongside this basic formative experience, a fear of the opposite took up residence deep in my psyche.
About 12 years ago I became of aware of it in a general way. I ...
... and close together and what is with the hooting everyone?! Lucky again as no hold ups and safe arrival in Salisbury with time to go through the tallest Cathedral in Britain and look at the Magna Carta.....what was that again? Love it when there are little trails for the kids to do as they actually pay attention. The 23 m spire has actually made the columns bend...and they ...
... 8217;s courthouse from 1938-1974. The hall’s greatest relic is King Arthur’s
Round Table which hangs on the wall. In
fact the animal skin which covers the table dates to the 13th
century. The real Arthur was probably a
Celtic chieftain in the 5th or 6th century. The Tudor monarchs revived the Arthurian
legend for political purposes and had the ...