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... once, and she hadn't taken attendance until she got to the science museum. Moral of the story... well, there are so many morals here that this entry would come off as more like a grocery list than a blog if I listed them all, so I'll leave you to interpret your own moral. I emailed mine to Michael, Larry, and the Dean of Faculty.
In the wake of all this, I've started feeling worse rather than better. I'm still super congested and tired, and now ...
... spiral) all the way to the top of Carfax tower. It wasn't quite as bad as I thought but my legs were a burnin'. But it was a good plan because the view from up there was amazing and the rain had parted by the time we got up there and the sky was breath taking.
From there we went to the museum and walked around for a bit before heading back down the main road to find a ...
... bridge; but no-one seemed to turn a hair so perhaps it's normal here.
Gossy's daughter Tamsyn was there, which was lovely as I saw her and her twin brother last when they were plump six-month-old babies wearing their parents out. She's now a feisty, talkative, informed and definite 22-year-old with lovely red hair; looks just like her Mom but quite different from her quiet, gentle nature.
Tamsyn made Pimms, which I've never had and is delicious; I drank two glasses, and ...
... he brought reinforcements to assist with the coffee order. Apparently we were confused the previous night. So on our third evening there we had the two waiters for all courses. You might think we should have ventured elsewhere but these two were way too entertaining. We may have even cracked an invite to a wedding!! I suspect there's not that many people in the village to invite!! In contrast, Oxford feels like you're in the middle of stuff happening. From a distance ...
I'd planned to go to Oxford next week, but the weather has been lovely and I heard it's about to go downhill. With that in mind I made the decision to move my trip up - one of the blessings of solo travel is that you don't have to argue every change...or even justify yourself (and I'll have you know, o ye of little faith - you know who you are! - that I can too live on the edge...I just don't do it very often).
Actually I wasn't feeling 100% this morning - possibly a ...
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