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Well hello again;
It has been an eventful 24 hours.
Last night after I had finished watching THRILL ME, The Leopold and Loeb story with Steve.
I went home.
Steve stayed at C Venues and met Jill, Robert, John, Zach, Margot, Taylor and Gabbie to see WHAT A GAY PLAY. Now the title should warn you as to the content of this piece. Suffice it say that all were shocked. Many times I can be blamed for ...
... turned around and proceeded up a nearby mountain. Now, can we say we actually saw the fairy pools, mmm maybe not, but the bonding experience between girls, nature and sheep, will always be one to remember. And of course, after much practise, we are now fluent in Scottish sheep. Blaaacht Kathryn Glasgow! Deary me .. What is there to say about Glasgow ... Mmmmm not much ! Reasonably ugly.. Reasonable/boring shops ! And pretty uninteresting parklands . Perhaps we didn't see the ...
... the area. The first part of the drive took us through snow covered mountains from the night before. After leaving the motorway and getting onto an “A” route, we then went through winding roads between homes, more forest and plenty of hills covered in livestock. We even passed a spot that made us think we went back to Wisconsin (a John Deer dealership next to the first silo we had seen wince we had been there and a field, it was ...
... architecture, welcoming residents, and not to mention the most adorable cafes I have ever seen!
My family and I live on a small street in the city centre surrounded by boutiques, gardens, and most importantly (for my dad) pubs with their endless supply of football matches. There is a park over by our house where we can walk our french bulldog, Sarge, who has a fun ...
... and quite an obvious difference between the free and paid options. He was also quite a good example of how you can be funny without swearing or abusing. Good day!
Next cab off the rank was the Wellington Ukulele Orchestra. As soon as Jamie found out they were here we bought tickets to see them in action after their version of Africa had been the feature of many a sing a long on nights out and on car journeys. The venue was sold out which was good to see, and the show ...
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