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Since Monday depression is rife here in London.. and after the excesses of the weekend, we decided that going out for dinner and a few drinks after work was the perfect way to start the week.So after purgatory (work) I headed out to Waterloo station where I met up with Kristy and Suzi. Since Katie was going to the gym and wouldn't be coming, we ended up going to a dim sum place called Ping Pong. The food ...
... 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 ...
... be longer than yours – for now at least! Thank you for being my friend outside of work, and for being my “guinea pig” by testing recipes I felt like trying when I was bored. Thank you for letting me go to lunch with you, and for letting me follow you around sometimes like a lost puppy. Thank you for enduring all the pictures I took even though I know you aren’t a fan. Also, the guy sitting ...
... personally and we had a chat with her. Apparently she has a bag just like mine only in black! We then got some afternoon tea which was down to the dregs. A cuppa and a cucumber sandwich and an ice cream. We then waited in another line to see the royals leave which was a very quick affair. The yeoman once again lined the way and as the royals left the crowd sang happy birthday to prince Phillip - it was his 93rd ...
... bus to Bakers Street and went to the official Beatles store which is next to the home of Sherlock Holmes. (It's the address that is used in the Sherlock Holmes books and movies.). We then headed for home for a short rest before going to dinner. We are all a bit tired tonight as we have walked 7-10 miles each day and with tomorrow being a big shopping day at Harrods before having high tea at Kensington Palace we need to get our ...