Cotswold Gateway Hotel
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... despised, less time was wasted on these 'early' works, and more dedicated to stories of past priests, renovations, and an illegal stained glass- one of the king Henry's had ordered all artwork depicting the murder of a saint destroyed. I had not realised there was such a difference between the stained glass over centuries, and really enjoyed being able to see the stained glass so much more richly than I could before. It felt like she had given ...
"Twinkies are the cockroaches of pastries." - Natalie
"Pembroke is a place of tears." - Larry
Today was my first day off... sort of.
I was awoken at 6:30AM for our first fire drill, and even though I had told my girls it was coming one of them still managed to lock herself out of her room. Grrrrr. So I had to climb the entire staircase to let her back in before I could crawl back to my bed. Then my scout came ...
... I am, and how grateful I am for this experience. Lucky because I got to spend my summer in one of the greatest cities in one of the greatest countries in the world, with some of the greatest people I've ever met. I came in to this not knowing what to expect, or even what I was doing, but I never could have anticipated so many great friends and memories. I know these people and this time have been so good for me, in so many ways. I really couldn't ask for a better summer.
... and queens come and go. Any new houses are still hundreds of years old here. The oldest pharmacy in England is across the road. We arrived in this village by chance as all the other inns in the area were full. This story is starting to sound earily familiar. However, it is the quintessentially English village. I suspect that tomorrow I ...
... no matter where life takes me I will succeed. Reading back I can see how much I have changed and that even my writing style is different from when I first started this blog but I know that what has helped me grow into the person I am today is not just the places I have been and adventures I have had but it's the people I have met along the way.
And so this is goodbye for now,
All my love,