Millhouse Hotel & Riverside Restaurant
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8th June - Sunday
Spent time reading through Web pages, doing research. Found a contact and sent them our details, they sent an automatic reply and will get in contact with us. Later in the day we ventured to Redhill, a big town, so we had a look around. There was even a Charity shop opened, so that made my day, Russ bought some shirts and books. Back home we sat and enjoyed the rest of a lovely day in the sun, reading. This is a nice quite park, ...
Today was my last day of mandatory education... I still have 12 exams to go but the end is near.
Last night, I thought: ' Wouldn't it be nice to have long flowing curls for the last day?'
So I watched a few you tube videos, and decided the best thing to do was to twist my hair into little curls, and pin it up overnight. Morning arrives. My hair has become and afro. For this reason I decided to not ...
... They let go of Ava's hands and she walked by herself towards Susie's open arms (Susie had to limbo under the barrier to gain immediate access to her grand-daughter). It was a magical moment for us to see Ava walking, and one that made Susie very happy. Sharon had joined the welcoming party on her way to work in Weybridge. It was great to see them all. Within a few minutes, Emily came running across the Arrivals Hall to give her Mum a big hug, quickly followed by ...
So there's 99 days to go !! I can't wait to see everyone :D
I had my last Maths exam last week.... Maths GCSE tick.
Had loads of help from my amazing grandmama in England, learnt loads, and so grateful for her constant support for the past three years.( whlist im on the subject of being grateful, shoutout to the crowes who are supporting me whilst im in NZ, you guys ...
... king. That was the end of the Stuarts. He didn’t much like England and he didn’t speak a word of English.
So here comes ole James Edward Stuart, The Old Pretender, the King Over the Sea, in 1715 but he didn’t do very well, lost battles and fled to Rome where he died in 1766.
In 1745 is the Second Jacobite Rebellion with Charles Edward Stuart, the Young Pretender, or ...