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... give them their share of the gifts. I got earrings for Jen, Marta, Anne, and Lottie, and I got Joe a fooseball play bottle opener. Emma got a fairy puppet on which I'd glued print-outs of tiny Pringles cans to the hands, as her Pringle fairy. Anne and Joe were moving boxes when I arrived, so they didn't open their presents while I was there. Poor Anne is really sick now with whatever I had, so I don't know that she felt like opening presents anyway. Lottie ...
... look on his face like I'd just kicked his favorite puppy and said, "We have to go BACK to work after the meeting?!" I just smiled and told him it would all be ok. :)
Dinner was when I finally hit my first wall. I was just sitting there eating my fish, and suddenly the fact that I've been running on 5-ish hours of sleep for the last three days hit me like a ton of bricks and I crashed. I thought I might fall asleep right on top of my plate. But we had ...
... rain and watching lightning....finally wet weather.
Then we went straight to a circus meetup where albie, Sam, Ben and other various sections of ejc were floating around. Well standing.
We both did the whole run to the guys to jump on them...greetings of course. Andy ran ahead.
I dropped my hoop.
Tripped over one untied shoe and kicked it off, resulting in me ...
... br> Throughout the week we received responses to our invitation in the form of Christmas cards from neighbours offering their regrets. We hadn't actually asked people to respond, so it was a little up in the air as to how many people would actually show.
Ed, his parents and I planned to attend a Christmas eve Midnight Communion at 11:30 PM, so we relaxed and watched some television programs until we walked to the St Mary's Church (a beautiful church ...
... of the biggest in the UK. It has over 160,000 books for sale, displayed on three miles of shelving. Once 11:30 ticked over the tour began and our eccentric guide introduced himself right on time. He took us through the Bodleian Library and gave us a commentary of the use of each of the rooms. He told some rather amusing stories about the fasantating building's history and its significance to Oxford University. It remains one of the ...