Travelodge Reading Central
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... They look really good and hilarious!!! After killing 4 hours at T3 we returned to terminal 4. Surprising enough the security line up getting back into T4 was quiet now. This was a total relief since when we were leaving the line up was down the hall!! We decided to grab a bite (and of course a few cocktails lol) to kill some more time! Only 6 more hours left of our 11.5 hour lay over!! We ate at a place called The Dining ...
... again soon, sharing a glass of wine and some stories!
Lastly but most importantly, my 3 beaut kids Scott, Nic and Ben.. I have missed you very much and can't wait to see you. Skype has been a wonderful thing and kept me in touch on a daily basis but it will be lovely to see you again.
Nic, have a very, very, very HAPPY BIRTHDAY tomorrow!!! I hope everyone spoils you!!!
Lots of love,
Sandra (Mum to some)
... just crime in general.
-The project I could be working at.
-How I'm going to continue to train whilst I'm out there.
But I'm looking forward to it, honest! I have my list of 'Things I want to do' and I can't wait to meet the people and kids that I'll be working with. It's going to be an incredible four weeks and I'm hoping these next 5 days fly by so I can get on that plane and start my ...
... smaller car than they had ordered and they wouldn't change it for them even though they couldn't fit their luggage in. We finally left at 6.45 and Bhups nearly totalled the car within a few minutes when he pulled straight out onto a roundabout and we very nearly got t boned by a car! Headed off on the m25 and then the m23 to Crawley in the fog! Got to Bhups' mum's before 8. It was good to see her and even though it has been 3 years since we last saw her when ...
Today is the day..... That has been written on my calendar for weeks and now we are finally here. We're at Manchester airport with lives in our bags, drinking tea and coffee with our parents in Cafe Nero talking about what food and drink we will miss the most. I will miss cheese (Camembert and Brie), bread, and of course, earl grey tea (when my small supply runs out!) P will miss Sunday dinners. You can't beat your own mothers Sunday dinner. It is the ultimate taste of home ...