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... as she had previously struggled with this job when Sam and Harry started at Claremont. A couple of other sewing jobs for me to do including some repairs to Layla's Raymondi doll and some more stuffing for Harry's beloved bear were also on the agenda. Finally all jobs were completed including labels on 12 shirts, a tunic, blazers, sports gear, track suits and cardigans much to Megan's delight. All school clothes ready for their return to ...
... style brass band playing well known tunes for the crowd to sing along too. Bohemian rhapsody has never had so much... Spirit! So we bid farewell to London for now. We will hopefully get a couple of days there before we leave to return to Dubai but for now it's hello Scotland and the wonderful hospitality of Emma's parents. Hopefully we will get a selfie with the Loch Ness Monster and eat some haggis along the way, Until then - Cheerio, Jess and ...
... good fun - projectors beaming the menu and games etc onto your table but in reality it was small, basic loud and the food wasn't very nice - I wouldn't bother going.
We headed to Leicester Square for a Haagen Daas to finish it off which was delicious.
Next morning we did a treasure hunt around London which was great fun and then went to see Matilda at the theatre - I was very spoilt all weekend and had a lovely time.
... B. Wait, a TRAIN? “Yup. I gotta run your bag through the scanner again.”
So it’s after ten when I start my race through the international terminal, after stopping to ask someone how to even get downstairs since England obviously has a problem with posting adequate signage. I make it to the train, and it’s pretty uneventful. It dumps me off at Terminal B, pretty near my gate, and I have to pee pretty ...
... with sore feet, but more because of the person on my left. As the crowds began to build, she began more and more to use me to lean on, and this took quite a bit of effort, trying to stay upright rather than lean away from her, which would have put similar pressure on the person on my right, which I was reluctant to do. More than a few times, I began to wonder if it was worth it.
By the time the ceremony started, the crowd was quite deep, reaching back to the ...