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... square called Glouster Green . There are shops around this square selling fried chicken , cafe,a Thai restaurant called Angrid-Thai .
Then we walk through to a wide street --Broad street-- hanging flower pots lined along this broad and beautiful street. A lot of tourists are flocking around the college gate , I see many walking tours led by students. ...
... how technically we have all only known each other for two months (one month for the newbies this year), and yet it feels like we have been friends for years. That's another interesting point about time - while it is exact and finite, it is also relative. There are people who I've known for 6 years and I still don't feel a close connection with them, yet 6 weeks with OxTrad and I have found friends with whom I am able to confide my concerns ...
... so much and then I can't walk normally, and I get at least one whenever I come over here. England seems to have a bad influence on everything below my knees.
I popped over to the office once my Charlie Horse was gone because I had to get my hair dryer from Kelly. Kelly forgot to bring hers, so we've been sharing mine. I know I won't have time to do my hair tomorrow before the Ball with everything that will be going on, so I ...
... so they will be down another person while she is gone. I feel like the universe is playing a joke on us.
The rest of the morning was full of helping teachers sign out projectors, tracking down kids who were late to class, answering phones, logging everything, etc. In my spare time I did manage to get together some information sheets for my a cappella club meeting this afternoon. More on that later.
I popped out at ...
... hall) which wound up being closed for services. It's cool to think about all those
brilliant minds that have walked these same paths since 1096. William Penn (go PA!), Oscar Wilde, and Margaret Thatcher all attended Oxford. Even the best president of my time, Bill Clinton (c'mon, which other one had a $17 trillion surplus??). We walked back to the main road, did some shopping, and had some lunch we bought at a cafe on a bench to wait
for the bus. The bench was a must ...