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... in the neighborhood. Then I went home, ate some lunch, and mapped out the malls in an effort to hunt for a males bracelet. One I am going to give to my Scottish guy friend.
I went to the bus stop to try to catch the bus, and it wasn't due for 15 minutes so I started walking to City Centre, since it only a 25 min walk. As I, looked at the times and passed a stop a really attractive man stopped told me one was coming soon and kinda motioned me to stay so I did. As it turns ...
... that the groupies behind me got on about how they were going to spend there weekend and how the guest lecturer was a bother. Opps, did it again. Guess school and student dynamics are universal. The struggle is real. And yes, inconsiderate students annoy me even in Scottish. The female Scottish is less forgivable than the male accent. I still was interested in the class and wanted to see if I could learn something new about CV's from across the pond.
... the clock and think ****… where did all the time go! All of a sudden you start rushing around and it’s time to put on your dress, take pictures and walk down the aisle. At least that’ what happened to me! The last 45 minutes before the ceremony is somewhat of a fast-paced blur. I felt like it took forever to get my dress on, thanks to my 50 million buttons in the back that had to be fastened with a bobby pin! Then once I was in my dress it was time for me to see my ...
did you know cats **** in their sleep? neither did I until I had the pleasure of sitting next to this little curled up menace. she's worse than the dogs. yeesh. speaking of dogs, I just heard a bang from upstairs. ok, make that two. hold on while I go see what the spotted menace of love is doing.
apparently nothing. or she's good at hiding it today.
how did I suddenly acquire so many animals? it's part of my master plan to get off ...
... The car park scenario for the ski area is actually quite close to my imagining – the only difference being that there is a funicular railway to take you to the top (and without Howard being there, we were able to actually take the train rather than having to walk up!) The top station is like any ski area tops station – restaurant/ café, souvenir/clothing shop and in this case, an interesting exhibition explaining the nature of this high part of the ...
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