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... selfless even though, time and time again, she'd get stepped on for putting her whole heart into everything she did. The girl's my best friend and, all bias aside, the most internally and externally beautiful human I’ve ever met. And every time I’ve helplessly watched someone treat her like less than she's worth I wanted to
A. Build a chamber modeled after Saw and watch them rip out their own intestines for a key that ...
... horrific death, but you'll die a 1/4 pound lighter.
-If you've read this far, you now know this is a diabolical scheme to make people suffer with me.
One quick controversial religious exposť before I go roll up in fetal position and cough:
*You won't be any more miserable on my plan than the millions of Catholics that practice the new age of Lent called: "I Don't Have The ...
... she was raised. She's my little one, but I'm so at ease even though I'm thousands of miles away knowing she's more morally sound than I, and I probably need her to keep me in line 666x more than she needs me (muahah, that one's for you, Gabs).
You were probably kidding when you told me to blog about you, don't ever underestimate how impressionable I am again. I love you, you filthy skank.
Kiss kiss love you ...
... to tell us something so we decided to shorten our trip, returning to a wet and, very windswept England.
Since getting back to the UK gales have been hitting the south coast of the country causing widespread flooding and storm damage in many places. Fortunately we came through unscathed although our building shook a few times with the crashing waves.
It seems that the weather has been our downfall wherever we have turned this year - just have to hope ...
... road and anther couple logistical issues later, we were on our way.
We learnt the hard way to keep sugar and water levels up when I lost my focus and ended up sprawled over the pavement alongside Zeus (my trusty bicycle). Luckily not too much damage done to either of us.
76 miles later we arrived with our good friend Morvin, who is putting us up for the night before catching the euro tunnel tomorrow morning. Thank you Morv !
A fantastic first day on the road!