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... Express was the quickest way, not the way we arrived at the hotel a few days before. So after a few trains, we arrive at Paddington, where the Heathrow Express leaves from. We go to purchase ticket, over £20 each to get the training from Paddington to Heathrow. We couldn't believe it, we thought it was just a standard train. Well we didn't have the time to try and catch other trains to get to Heathrow on the cheap, we bought the ...
I recently joined a peer facilitated creative writing group for returned volunteers, a bit of a mouthful, which I found out about again through Comhlámh. Every second Tuesday the group gets together, one member facilitates each week by bringing two or three prompts and then we write, we read out our work and we tell each other what we like about the pieces. We get 15 minutes to write and then we share. All the writing is fairly raw, ...
... but we came on back to the room so we could all SHOWER!!!!
As I'm sitting here writing this Phil mentioned he rubbed Molly Malone's boobs. I missed him doing that, thank God. I would have died. Weezy assures me that he's telling the truth; she saw him do it. I can't take the boy anywhere.
I've looked at the forecast for tomorrow and it is supposed to clear up. I'm keeping my fingers crossed. I'm tired of the rain ...
... and we are on the plane. It is now, 12 noon. Four hours. Shortly after getting seated an announcement from the deck says there are still 100 passengers stuck in the long lines. As I write, the announcement came on to prepare for departure, it is 12:40 and the last passengers boarded! Whew, we are pooped. Although departure has been a bit of a hassle, we have enjoyed another fabulous trip with friends. Where to ...
... we were ready to roar
Some Irish dancing we tried to learn
Carmels face was very stern
And full of concern
Bob thinks the bollards in Derry
Are just a bit to scary
Whilst walking down the street
He came to grief
It left him battered & bruised
He was not amused
And now he talks like a ...