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... still growing. There's talk of it becoming an olympic event which would be very cool. The idea is that we all live relatively sedentary lives, work, family, eat and occasionally get to the gym. When do we ever really challenge ourselves or put ourselves in a very uncomfortable position and come out the other side successful. Not just challenge ourselves physically but mentally as well. My ...
Ok, so I'm not one of the seven dwarves, because if I was, I would be sneezy. But I definitely didn't want to wake up this morning. On the plus side, it is the researchers lunch today which means I do not have to prepare any food for lunch. Yesterday my plain crisps tasted like cinnamon popcorn, as I must've used my popcorn bag. I wasn't a big fan of this. Cinnamon popcorn - yes, plain crisps - yes, cinnamon crisps - not so convinced. It looks like the 9.05 to ...
... years ago). She lives as sustainably and simply as possible and I've learned a lot from her and her twin sister Karlie over the years. We were lucky enough to have had Karlie fly up from Fort Lauderdale to stay with Kimmy the same dates as us. We were also lucky enough to have had some time with Gerard as he is often a very busy cameraman! Their twin boys, Declan and Wesley, are 15 and are avid mountain bikers. Wesley also rode with a road bicycle group while we ...
"I can't listen to that much Wagner, ya know? I start to get the urge to conquer Poland." [Woody Allen, Manhattan Murder Mystery (1993)]
So I've given up recording what happened on each day. I think we're all happy with this new arrangement.
I started talking to the daughter of the family I was staying with. It emerged that she was also at Ballil JCR's 2012 Christmas dinner ...
... fields and leaves blossoming in spring. On our two day excursion through the outskirts of Lancaster, PA, we landed upon various places (and yes, tourist traps) that had expanded our knowledge of what the Amish community was really about. I had done some research before going on the trip, but had no idea of certain things until we went and saw firsthand for ourselves. Most of Amish knowledge came from visiting a sight called “The ...