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I did very little today. I went for a walk and I read.
I didn't cook. I had the lovely Chris to cook scrumptious meals for me.
I didn't clean. Wasn't anything to clean.
I just went out under a tree and did nothing.
... I went in and fell asleep on my bag for an hour.
Did I mention it was cold out?
I hopped on the bus to Aberdeen then. A certain Katie and I needed a catch up.
And so that was the rest of my day...a sick-from-the-cold Lisa taking up three seats on a bus sleeping and coughing. Woo.
... say that it is really the main feature of Cambridge. One of the main things to do is to go on a punt down the river. A punt is a long flat boat with square ends that is pushed along by using a large pole that is pushed into the river bed. the guy that does it is called a punter. And here i though a punter was a gambler. Our punter told us many interesting things as we gently cruised down the river. I was a bit nervous because I had read an article in ...
... for something familiar to help jumpstart the process. Finally, I decided I would just go and request to see a random correspondence piece between Churchill and the Duke of Windsor. I walked up to the librarian and he said something that was a little mumbled so I didn't understand it completely so I just nodded yes and hoped I didn't agree to anything that crazy. Well, it turns out I agree to see microfilm... Microfilm is an indestructible film that has all the papers ...
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