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... for a bath and bed!
14 October : We both woke early again and ventured downstairs for breakfast this time. After which, we headed down to Selfridges and bought a travel clock and a can/bottle opener:-) Then it was on to Marks and Spencer where we bought Mum a blouse as it was warmer than we'd expected. We caught a bus to Trafalgar Square, down The Mall to Buckingham Palace and up to Vandon Street (the Salvation Army B & B/hostel) where we fixed our accommodation ...
Today I finished something I started in April.
The Tower of London.
I went for a few hours back in April thinking it wouldn't take THAT long.
But I was wrong. And never actually finished it.
So now I wanted to go and finished it again, also I wanted to go today because all the poppies ...
... screen at the moment without so much as a whiff of anxiety ,so I think we can say she is conquering some fears).
Mom , Emma and everyone else who have shared my concerns for my dislike of Chinese cuisine. I have officially had my first experience - not entirely sure what it was but I ate some of it and didn't sick in my mouth ... A definite improvement and effort on my part.
I'll talk you ...
... streets would reflect this notion, and contain mostly cheap shops and some cool boutiques, but what I found was a buzzing neighborhood, but with a very interesting mix of stores.
As I exited Angel Underground Station, I was surprised to not really see any stores and I immediately saw the Georgian architecture I had read about.There was a flury of people, some adults is suits, but a fair amount of families and a lot of young people. I had to get ...
... and ambition that drives them to make outstanding provision for those most vulnerable young people we are all so privileged to serve? Beyond that, for my role working on behalf of a national charity, how do they go about being a school of choice, how do they build relationships with parents that are not always on their doorstep and they may rarely see? And let's be absolutely honest, I will happily share and pinch any ideas that might make an ounce if positive difference to the outcomes ...