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So it began with a bus. Actually, it began at 4am, with only about 3 hours of sleep from packing and unpacking and repacking and reassessing and remembering things forgotten and trying to remember what you may have forgotten the night before.
My dad was seemingly wide awake as he started the car to drive me and my mom to the bus stop in Providence. It was all a blur to me, as the realization still hadn't set in yet about how that was the last time for a long time that ...
... wanted to see was Rex (the dinosaur from Night of the Museum) and the Easter Island rock thing (the one that always says "dumb dumb, give me gum gum"). On the way to them we saw the monkey and the Native indian girl that comes alive (everything the the museum does). it didn't look much like the movie but was still good to explore.
I hate getting up early in the morning, like school days. We got up at 7am this time, to ...
This year Andy, Owen, Ethan and I are travelling to the States again. The plan is to spend 5 nights in New York then 21 nights island hopping in Hawaii and finish off with 3 nights at Anaheim near Los Angeles. As most people who read my blog know, this trip is extra special as it is also my honeymoon (I became a bona fide "Mrs" on 1 Aug). After a hectic 24 hours of coming down from the wedding and washing/packing for the trip we flew United Airlines from ...
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... of her Bis Nona !
Tilly - 7 years - High Tea at the Plaza and our very own Matilda really went hand in hand. She even managed to stick that pinkie at a 90degree angle and work the tea cup like a pro. The setting was beautiful, the food delish and her behaviour remarkable. For a visit that was totally unscripted and unplanned it was the perfect way to spend two hours in NYC. I'll also never forget the look on her face when I told her she could ...