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... such that KBR has told me to not mention I can teach Maths. The department has teachers falling like flies. I hear there are major struggles in the tower, something I hear from both students and colleagues.
Besides leaving her name out, KBR is the standard short form for teacher names whenever I have to email, write behaviors, write reports, or look anything up on the system. For the obvious reasons, I'm JBR and other names in the ...
... in his own stint in the Boer War, or that he used to live at Blenheim Palace. It really was brilliant - and if you have the time (and are interested in that sort of thing) you have to go see it.
And when you come out of the bunker and its now totally sunny after the rain and freeze of earlier - you can be thankful that Louise is in her wheelchair and (just like a pram) we can get her to carry all our (now not required) jackets and jumpers!.
Next stop ...
... it was time to watch the soccer match between manchester city and arsenal. Even though we lost it was still a great time to watch the game at a pub with a bunch of other fans. Our last day in London was relaxing and a great time. This trip has been so awesome and I'm very grateful for getting the chance to come and be with these awesome ...
... it cool. With all the excitement over I take my seat, order breakfast, more coffee and a Bucks Fizz. I like the lounge. On one occasion I saw Len from strictly here, but that's not as cool as seeing Jimmy Page. Funnily enough Robert Plant will be playing Newport soon after my return with his new band who apparently play a couple of Led Zeppelin ...
... had only shifted to Aldgate in the past week and was
still a construction site, so she could not take us around. The new academic
year was only a fortnight away. Patricia recommended we go up Brick Lane to
Spitalfields market, so we did that. Brick Lane is a very old street and it is
now wall to wall curry houses and other Indian ...