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... we walked through the last couple of fields of cattle (we moved promptly and with no eye contact they quickly lost interest in us) and sheep to walk up on the footbridge spanning the motorway madness that is the M40. It was only over the other side of the motorway I realised I had directed us, one footbridge too early and instead of skirting to the south of the village of Tetsworth, we had walked right into the middle of it. However, this proved ...
... designating it as his house. It just looks like any other townhouse on the street, except that the door posts are carved to look like fawns and the door front is carved with a lion's head. There is also a lamppost right out front. Tom said he thinks the house was originally designed like that, and that it gave Lewis some of the ideas for the Narnia books. It is fun to imagine Lewis looking at his new house and going... hmmm... a lion... a lamppost... this ...
... mug to use for the rest of my life.
On our way back to the house, Liz got a little hungry and so we walked through a hidden open market. Carleigh and I didn't know that the market existed and I was quite mad that my camera battery had died and I couldn't take any pictures. But we walked past a shop selling goods from Kashmir, leather shops, and shoe cobblers.
Satisfied with her snack, we met the guys on the way back to the house and McKenzie and ...
... and sensed a very friendly and relaxed work environment.
December 29- Ed and I drove up to Ed's office in Northhampton to borrow their work van, drive up to Ed's dad's work warehouse and retrieve the 50 boxes we'd shipped from San Diego in October of 2011. The work van wasn't working, so we rented a van from Thrifty and continued on our way. We arrived at the warehouse in 3 hours to Ed's parents working their way through opening the crated boxes in ...
... all the way up here....better be a good wedding.
Tomorrow is British mother's day. I have so much stuff to do and catch up on, not the least of which being laundry, letters, desk cleaning, write ups, This week I need to see Sara, see if I have a lab on Tuesday, Hunger Games, and Tom's play. And do a lot of vacation planning, or so I hope....I guess it wasn't that bad of a week to get sick.
Lots of red-eyed love,