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... a little while where we all laughed back and forth and laid cracks on each other. They thought it was hilarious that my last name referred closely to a Pickle and that Nicolette would become a NAG if we ever got married. I thought it would be quite fitting. I feel the elbow in my ribs already :P
Our last night in town Bill and Bron took us out for an all you can eat buffet at a local carvery. Yummy! I smashed my face full of whatever I could possibly squeeze and rolled our ...
-”GET ON A SHORT PLANE”…
-”DRIVE IN A CAR” …get to Nana’s house! “
Anyone who has children can relate I am sure.
….minor problem is the difference between an adult and a 3 years old’s sense of LONG and SHORT. I have now discovered why all parents kiss the ground that Steve Jobs walked on…Thank you iPods!!
... wall of Tarmac we were currently ascending. Debbie. Forget the cycling, I'm going to kill VINCE CROWLEY for breaking into my room last night, apparently drawing a smiley face on my mirror, which slid down and ended up like ghost slime all over the place. Thinking it was the boys mucking around, I went to seek revenge, until the Travelodge lady appeared and convinced me the room was haunted. Revenge Vince, revenge. Whoooooaaaaaaa....... You can tell Vince is now bored. One of ...
Just a quick note to let you know I will finally be moving into my new place tomorrow. it's literally two doors down so won't be too much of an effort!
However, I'm not sure about the internet access.
Although I have some on my mobile phone, that will run out quickly.
And can't wait to have visitors - with the bed and loo downstairs, and the open lounge/kitchen upstairs!
... on the street below. This was Not Phil's Cup of Tea! We walked to the far side of the Royal Mile to check out something we'd briefly seen on our bus tour. Greyfriar's Bobby was a little dog owned by a policeman in the 19th century. When John Gray passed away in 1858, little Bobby followed his master to the graveyard, and slept on his grave for 14 years until he too died. Bobby is buried just inside the churchyard gate. We ...