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... first time we have met Piran. He has just turned 1 and was born very prematurely last year at just under 25 weeks. He is very cute, curious, active and almost walking. Saw some picturesque buildings in the village and a church that has escaped from Midsomer Murders! We turned around at Cropredy and are now headed back to Thrupp to catch the train to London early on Thursday morning. The Battle of Cropredy was fought on June 29 1644 ...
... the other untied shoe and kicking that off too.
I facepalmed the ground, making my sunglasses fly off and then continues to get up and run.
About 8 meters.
Fair to say that was THE most epic entrance I have ever done!! And all infront of strangers too.
I know how to make a wonderful first impression.
Then I met this girl who taught me some new hoop, and I bummed ...
... come to the conclusion that food and sleep are not necessarily guaranteed, so I’ve learned to grab food where I can. It makes it a bit tricky to stick to my eating schedule, but so far I haven’t had too many issues with my GERD. On Registration Day all the deans missed dinner because we had to do presentations to groups of students either before or after they ate. We talked about college procedures, rules, helpful phone numbers, etc. So I ran out ...
... into the drawing room and had wine with Poppy and her husband Graham, before heading into the dinig room for a four course meal, featuring the beef Wellington John was hoping for, and veg and rhubarb crumble from the garden. It was basically the exact scenario we hoped for, a beautiful house and a lovely dinner and conversation with the owners, who, among other things, are both Olympic champion fencers. Off to bed for an early start in the ...
... s address before he made his own State of the Union. The difference between a real leader and a community organizer has never been more apparent. Christie was able to list real bipartisan accomplishments and make promises for the future that you could actually believe in. President Obama tried his best to use dramatic one liners hoping that people would forget his failures to unify the nation.
The people I'm with here are a bunch of Obama ...