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... and then she would start doing this weird leg hop because she said that makes it better. It was so bloody funny I couldn't stop laughing she's so cute. We ran the last like 3 blocks home but safely made it with no mishaps.
That's about the only exciting thing that happened today. I'm currently reading "If I Stay" and it's really good so I'm going to read a bit of that before bed.
... br> "So did you post those pictures on Facebook for your friends to see?"
"Yeah, but only for you. You’re pretty much my only friend."
“That’s okay. You’re my only friend.” This was a sincere conversation--no sarcasm, so hardy-har-har banter. I realized then that I had assumed a lot. I am often guilty of believing that most people have it easier than I do. But what do I know? What does anyone really know about ...
... all have willingly slept, had the seat TV not been so conveniently placed six inches from our face with more options than Netflix, and newer too! Do they really expect someone to sleep when they so enticingly leave the ability to watch Frozen, listen to new music, catch up on the latest BBC, AND play Pacman all in the same place? The battle for sleep was uphill from the start, although eventually I did attain victory. Sleep was only to be broken by a flight attendant offering ...
... things behind them, which is exactly where we were standing against a fence. One of my girls finally realized the reason we can't find the meeting place that is supposed to be quite obvious is because it is covered in scaffolding and tarps. Thanks Will! We eventually make our way to the meeting place which was about 25 yards away and keep our eyes focused on the subway exit waiting to see one of our other group members. After about another 5 minutes the creepy ...
... fence to see this and it wasn't meant to start for another hour. From start to finish of the changing of the guards took about an hour or so. It had two of the royal bands heading down The Mall which was red pavement which was classed as a Royal road. Where you see a red road this was for the use for the Royal family only on ceremonial days. While the bands took this path before returning the other guards brought out ...