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Sal had got through to the quarter finals of a ladies golf competition and tried to change the time of the game, but the opposition were not very flexible so we said our goodbyes and the boys and I went to church. St Mary's in Caterham was a nice contrast to our usual experience - quite high church Anglican with robes, candles and liturgy. Fr Duncan Swan was leading the service (the brother of a friend from Uni days) and the boys and I just about kept up with the responses (sung ...
... bus. It would mean Eli didn’t have to walk around on his sore ankle and Kyria could take some night photos.
This trip topped the day off. It had been a bit frustrating today, as things hadn’t gone quite to plan and this definitely made up for it. The bus was open on the top story and it got pretty cold! But it was a great trip, well worth it. It was a bit hard to take photos, as the bus didn’t always stop but I got a few. I just love all the ...
... it and a pirate ship on one side and a busy frozen yoghurt bar on the other. I could not believe that my work had brought me here, it was such a surreal feeling and one I cannot really explain. Figures of the Scholarship Number of Cities/Towns visited; 4 Number of States visited; 1 Number of hospitals visited; 1 Days spent at conference; 2 Number of journeys via aeroplane; 1 (4347 miles) Number of train journeys; 1 (109miles-as the crow flies) Number of bus journeys; ...
... to go back to London to go to St Mary's Hospital at Paddington in case I was sick. There were no taxis available in Lynn so Hilary's partner drove us to the station. Our return tickets couldn't be used as they were purchased as part of a group so we bought new and eventually met up with Wendy at Kings Cross and took a taxi to St Mary's. ECG and blood enzymes ...
Me; well well well I don't even remember when we last wrote but we've been having a ball. I met up with my godparents on Thursday and took mum to a wonderful restaurant in a small village outside mums home town. It was so yummy, although Adam did get his ginny-fowl (type of poultry) and doodlecock mixed up much to mums amusement. We have since travelled up to London to see my granny Anne in her new apartment. However I think been slightly tainted for Adam as I ...