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✈️✈️ Homeward bound, long day today up at 6 then flight from Singapore to Dubai 7 hours and then Dubai to Heathrow nearly 7 hours!!! It wasn't as bad as we feared the airbus was pretty comfy. It was great to see Rob and Bernie waiting in arrivals with a sign with our name on That's it then - the end of a long but thoroughly enjoyable adventure!!! Now to start thinking about where to go ...
... a girl to his record label, we think she was too savvy for him! The waitress asked if we had been before, with Mum, and hadn't we been to New Zealand? I think that shows fantastic customer service, to recognise customers who aren't regulars but visited a month ago! She couldn't believe it had been a month and to be fair, neither could we.
We went to David Jones, a high end department store near Hyde Park, and then wandered back to the hostel ...
... and about the switchover to Anne and Erica, so I did. Then I had a brief disagreement with the Drama teacher because she is holding rehearsals every minute of every day and I need time to rehearse with a cappella as well, and they are overlapping. But we got that sorted, so I tried to nap for about an hour before dinner, to no avail. I sort of just dozed for a while, but I had to get up at 6:30 to make it to the Hall before dinner closed.
Well, it's been a week full of high expectations, academically, relationally, and personally. I quickly realized I cannot meet them all yet I chose to accept that and move resolutely forward. I have been humbled and challenged and God has met me in every moment of emotional exhaustion to remind me that the best is yet to come but, while still looking ahead, to never neglect the present.
I have developed a deep desire and need to be alone ...
... 11, it's actually 12, but last night (Saturday) was daylight savings so we turned our clocks back - 13 hours behind you again. I digress, had a quick nose around Oxford, found Ship Street, immediately thought something else street, couldn't resist photo opportunity. Kids less feral after stop for food, so off we head again, along the A40, then the M40, then the M25. Now if you're bored about all this nonsense road number stuff, imagine our boredom driving the ...