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Or it may be teeth...but either way I've got a poorly bum, off my food and I'm getting clingy again. But, on a positive note today I tried to feed myself with a spoon (not that I ate much at all) and the past couple of days I have loved turning the pages in books and opening flaps all by myself...although mummy has to be careful that I'm not too rough as I have already ripped the tortoise's head off in one of my new ...
So i'm faced with a question i've never paid much thought about, ever. What the hell do you pack when you're living on a boat for 4 months?
Ok so it's not so bad, they do have a launderette on board so it's not as if i'll have to take a bag the size of my actual bedroom to accommodate a wardrobe. But what the hell do i take? I'm a man of simple pleasures, my usual getup usually includes a t-shirt & pair of jeans, i practically live in them! ...
Showers are predicted today so I am dressing warmly! Headed off to the British Museum but didn't have as much time as I needed as I had to get to Hampstead tube station by 2:00 to pick up my walk. Maybe I will go back to the museum tomorrow for my last day in London! I had the same guide today as for my first walk around Mayfair - Peter. Hampstead is the highest point in London and at one stage we could see St.Paul's (looking through a street of houses!). It is a lovely ...
21/9 - Today is our 40th wedding anniversary and I want to dedicate this chapter to my dear husband.
Happy anniversary My Darling - my life has been so much richer for knowing you.
Well Folks, this is my last blog from my lovely home.
Next week we fly back to our equally lovely lady "Champ" for more adventures so watch this space!!
... would have nightmares. haha. And every time we passed some cool history like that surrounding the crown jewels, he would say, "to my British, 'Cheers! Hoo-ray!!' and for the Americans, 'Yee-haww!'" and then he finished by saying "Americans, this could have been your history, if only you would have paid your taxes!!" It was quite the dynamic...
After the tour was over, we ventured to see the crown jewels! They were absolutely impressive. Diamonds from all around ...