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... gloves so I could actually use my hands properly, but then just let them flap about. Jasper saw those lovely pom pom ears as a toy i.e. a tennis ball! Hence the jumping around. Robin was telling me how once he did a similar thing by an apple tree - he saw the apples and thought they were tennis balls too!
It's been a microfilm morning as anticipated, and I have taken an early lunch to avoid the onset of fuzzy head syndrome. Nice and peaceful. Even if I have ...
... is running approximately 5 to 10 minutes late (though he hasn't made the announcement yet so it could be more or less). But it means I can write my blog so I'm not going to complain.
Last night Greg and I skyped. We also played chess. I lost. Twice. Greg has said he will buy me a chess book to improve my skills. It appears my concentration isn't very good when it comes to chess. And I overthink it (story of my life!). But one day I will be chess champion of ...
... same thing (minus the measuring) until you get to the register with six slips off paper and the register girl plugs in six names. Phew.
As I did get measured up I thought I would try a bra on, and I'm solo glad I did. A logistical operation of military performance! You get handed from one helper,(paper slip - check!) to the head of changeroom facilities with talkie-talkie (no paper slip but her name is Rachael) ...
... and then we sent everyone off to get ready for the long day of travel tomorrow. Now I'm faced with the challenge of fitting my life into one hiking backpack. Although I have accomplished this before, it is always a challenge, especially when you have to take that one comfort from home out of the bag to make room for everything else.
Sleep tight, our world traveling team, and we'll see you all bright and early tomorrow!
... for some very inexpensive cheeses and alcohol; yet another country to cross off my list of “been-to’s”. Thank God I even knew how to drive stick; America is the only place I have seen with automatics. Of course, many countries have automatics, and I’ve only been to the places discussed in this excerpt thus far, but these countries I’ve been fortunate enough to visit, and long to return to, love manual. Aside from all of the rambling on about ...