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... and do some exploring. But a car is a must. Another night in Fort augustus, we drank the local beer, dressed up in tartan dresses and laughed the night away with my new found friends. On the way home we stopped by culloden, where a war between the scots and brits had occured. This solemn site is home to mass graves and for me was quite an emotional experience. Both sides could have encompassed brothers from the same familly. They were forced to battle against each other. ...
... used to say 'measure twice, cut once', I measure three times especially when it comes to lawnmowers and directions.
'OK rain bring it on’. When it's particularly sheeting it down I have been known to look up at the sky and shout 'is that all you've got?', well it makes me feel better....Hey remember that scene in the Vikings when Kirk Douglas has Tony Curtis put in the drowning pool and an old woman invokes Odin's name and in so doing saves Tony ...
... accents lol. The trip will take about 3 hours (it is now 1635) and we r due in at about 1800. We r loving the trip. So much to tell you all :) maybe we could have a slide night lol. Have not done much shopping but I am sure that will change. Spoke to Pookie today will call my boys in the next couple of days. Much love Mum and Kebby ...
... had given his great granddaughter such height.
A number of family oriented events were going on while all these other things were happening. One was a tug of war, in which children from ages 4 or 5 up to 55 participated. Young men were high jumping. Little ones were bouncing. People tasted sweeties and sipped tea. Marvelous!
One last touch to make this a total small community event, was the home produce and baking room. Tables upon tables were piled high ...
... So I'll be making a trip back to the land of Oz in May for the special occasion. Despite my being in London, Brooke has undertaken to ring me at ungodly hours making Bridezilla demands. But seriously, it's exciting, and I'm honoured to be asked. It'll be my first ever bridesmaid experience, so it should be fun! It'll be a good chance to catch up with family and friends while I'm there as well. Who knows how long I might be here for!
A few ...
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