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The weather wasn't looking too wonderful today so we decided we would try for a trip to the Houses of Parliament, a homage to Big Ben & a meander through Westminster Abbey. Unfortunately though the politicians decided we were not good enough to join them in their ministrations of the nation & had closed the parliamentary tours for the day. So as the rain started falling we walked around the corner to the Abbey & started browsing. Well, this ...
... style="line-height: 25.5599994659424px;">They all seem like lovely people and I am keen to get started tomorrow! I do need to go and buy new trousers though...turns out my m&s friends were right. I've dropped from a size 12 to an 8.
But I'm so happy everything is finally working!
... all of the victims internal organs leaving them strewn across his victims body. The ferocity and brutality of his methods led to proposals that their killer possessed anatomical or surgical knowledge. The streets were quite barren towards the end of our tour and only really inhabited by business men drinking at low key schwanky bars and other tourist groups being told the same tales as us. Jack the Ripper must be a high commodity in the area as there would have been no less ...
... each other’s company and conversation about lifestyle, beliefs and food. So many perspectives from my past came up in response to the questions and sharing and I came away realizing that I can trust myself and do what feels right even if it’s against whatever ideals I may have at the time. That said, I love eating vegan and raw for the most part and yet I don’t want to be attached to eating this way all the time. I want to be flexible ...
... transit authority - so a transit blog post is coming soon! Transit geeks be warned!
For Jord's bday and in the celebration of what Chinese culture we have left in us, I made a home-cooked meal of chicken with ginger/green onion oil sauce, green beans in butter, and rice. It turned out pretty well, except for us having to put the chicken back in for a few extra minutes to fully cook. After the meal, Jord and I celebrated both our bdays with cake (we were too full to ...