Antoinette Hotel Wimbledon
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... the corner and you could start to see the Poppies....holy ****........its amazing how many there are. You have to always think and put it into perspective...1 poppy = 1 young life. It really takes your breath away to see. This really beats looking at a number in a book or a movie an puts a serious omg perspective on it. Pictures say more than I can....so I took a bunch and attached a bunch.
I was going to go into the tower...but lines ...... ...
... for us, His precious children. I have learned to appreciate even the smallest of life's blessings and to see how easy it is to make a positive difference in this amazing world that we live in. I've discovered a lot about myself; my strengths, weaknesses, insecurities, gifts and flaws, and how valued I am by God, my family and my friends. I really have had the best time of my life so far but am definitely ready to come home now. I look back on this past 16 months with ...
... as everyone's absolute favorite attraction in London. It's remarkable to think that this story, conceived of and told in our lifetime, single-handedly increased childhood readership to such a degree that some in the book industry feel it was their salvation.
Excerpt from Catherine's Journal:
So, you have all have some sweets in your life but I don't think you've experienced the HUGE amount of fat added to your body ...
... the window reminds me of the Mary Popping movie with the chimneys sweeps dancing. When they moved in the garden was concerted over with an awful shed at the bottom. They had the concrete removed and they had earth delivered which Bob carried through from grant to back the day we arrived, Ray helped out there a b it as well
smoothing it over. When finished it will look a lot better.
Today we were in Stratford ...
Our early arrival in London did not stop us from setting off for the day to explore the City. After a tube ride to Kensington to drop off our luggage we walked to orientate ourselves and came across the Natural History Museum only a few minutes from our accommodation. The queue was short, entry free, so we ticked this one off our "to do' list this morning, Of particular interest here was the Dinosaur exibition which by the time we left ...