All Seasons Guest House
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Today began at 3am! No, not by choice, but thanks to my body not realising I have flown half way round the world! All of us were up and moving by 5am, and even with taking our time, we were well and truly ready to start exploring by 8:30 so headed into the centre of Oxford for a look around. The architecture in Oxford is amazing! We wandered the streets for an hour or so just looking - and probably a good thing we did since later in the day it got so crowded we could ...
... flour mill.
The tile roof on Stainsby Mill. There's a shingle with no need for a warranty. It'll last, has been lasting forever.
Another beautiful old castle along the way in the English countryside. Brougham Castle, open for a walk through, but no entry fee, nobody around.
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... yours. But I defy you to fail 5 job interviews in a row taken by people who say they "really like you" and then be told "no, not you. Someone else - we don't know why - but just not you, ok? Sorry." and you not want to run away to Cambodia.
Perhaps it's because I refuse outright to say things like "drill down into the data", and "core competency", and "that's really key, Kenneth!"
But that should be applauded, shouldn't it?
Recently I ...
... found mistakes in them, so we've had to go around twice and tear them all down and redo them. Quite frustrating. Then Kelly called around 9:30 to say that she saw a group of our students headed down High Street toward Cowley. The students told her they were going to dinner, but we were all skeptical about the likelihood of them getting back in time for check-in if they had dinner at 9:30. Fortunately they did make it back in time.
... in a last ditch effort to find green Pringles, and thanks be to the patron saint of Pringles they had a fully stocked shelf today. Yay Pringles! Then I went to the Take Away sandwich section, but the thought of eating another sandwich out of a box made me gag. But then I happened to see their M&S specialty frozen lunch/dinner section, which looked like the Golden Bull after two weeks of box sandwiches, and I realized that since we now ...