House Of Agnes
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... revolves mainly around travelling and I might have been slightly ambitious! Oh well! Here is the list and also what I have completed already.
Things to do before 30 (4 done… 26 to go!)
1. Fitness retreat
2. Do volunteer work
3. Live in Australia
4. See Great Barrier Reef
5. Go to a Comedy club
6. Boob job ✅ (had a reduction done in April and couldn’t be happier!)
7. Go to New York ✅ (spent one ...
... opportunity. I believe that remote working will become commonplace in the next 50 years and that we're just moving with the times. I hope it works, but If doesn't it will be a lesson learned, which is no bad thing. I've also been accepted onto a Masters Degree in Medical Physics at UCL (by distance learning). I'm passionate about physics and applications in medicine will give me an opportunity to try something ...
... VIII and the Reformation. Parts were torn down, some became a royal palace for Anne of Cleaves his 4th wife and a portion remains intact as part of King's School.
Dinner of lamb pie and vegs then a short walk back to our B&B. It was built in 1874 on the site of St. Stephen's Cross, a grisly place where Highway men were hanged, drawn and quartered. Fortunately the ghosts of the past were quiet and we had a good nights ...
... my lips by a force far more powerful than my meager voice. We call the force God because the word alone donates its light to the darkness of death. But for the sake of my racing thoughts I'm going to seek refuge in the dark for a bit longer. Because, well, I guess I'm a little bit agnostic and I'd be pretentious to instill my faith in God only in times of desperation. But even in my skepticism, I believe the dark offers so much more than fear if ...
... and walked round past the front of their house we found the local pub, which was closed but was due to open soon. We continued walking, enjoying the quiet of the neighbourhood and as we were about to turn back noticed another pub on yet another corner, and this one was open. Feeling a little thirst come on and the need to rest our weary bones, we decided this must be an omen and without resisting too much entered the establishment and ordered a drink each. Turns ...