Premier Inn Croydon South
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Another early morning start packing up our stuff ready to move to Croydon. We're meant to be starting work today with London Ambulance Service (LAS), but due to pending strikes we've scored the week off! We've booked a 1 bedroom apartment for three weeks in Croydon, which is where we will be training. I got to speak to Mum on Skype, which was awesome even if she couldn't get her camera to work!
Back to lugging suitcases down a million flights of stairs ...
... never look at The Wizard of Oz the Same again. We had a good discussion about how people can label you as something, whether it be true or not, and how those labels can stick. It is so important to not buy into stereotypes people may have about you and be aware of the impressions you give to others.
It was fabulous! If you haven't seen it you absolutely must! The kids have been ...
... to find you. The choice is yours my friend. You might be afraid that you are alone. You aren't alone, you are never truly alone, travelers stick together. Come join the family. We woke late and decided that we would not achieve anything today. We were not in a "let's achieve something today" mood, it was more like "Why?! Why did we have to leave England! Nooooo I want to go back! I'm not going to do anything." It's crazy even though you technically do nothing, time is unrelenting ...
... Our first stop was to the lovely Brighton to see the even lovelier Gem and Col. Our 1hr car trip slowly turned into 3hrs with traffic and road diversions due to earlier flooding. It was so great to catch up, even though it seemed like just last week that we were with them. Funny how you can feel like that when you haven't actually been together for a few years. The rain had finally stoped but we did very quickly learn that it is still very cold in the U.K ...
... treat of having them perform quite a few pieces which I had conducted before. The last programmed elements were three audience participation carols: God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen, Oh Come, All Ye Faithful and Hark! The Herald Angels Sing. I have used my friend Sir David Willcocks' arrangements of many carols but particularly Oh Come, All Ye Faithful and Hark! The Herald Angels Sing in my past, so I sang the high descant. I was in heaven!
Wednesday I ...