Thistle Aberdeen Altens
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... a very friendly lass, who also studies at RGU. She is an art student and is originally from Falkirk. We chatted for a good 15-20 minutes about various experiences. I finally checked out and struck up a conversation with the cashier, and discussed Aberdeen, He told me out of all the places he has lived in the UK, Aberdeen is his favourite, because it is so easy to strike up a conversation with the residents. They are so friendly and open in Aberdeen. I finished up and walked on ...
... making off the wall comparison like international markets achieve the level of the Federation in Star Trek. :) Yes, we are going to get along.
Then with a two hour break I met with my group members from Business Ideas and Opportunities. We got together to discuss potential business ideas. That went nowhere real fast. I have yet to meet our fifth member. The girls are the ones supplying ideas while they guys seems to shoot them down due feasibility. First, of ...
... it was exactly what I had in my head without telling her!
After seeing the beautiful flowers I was immediately calm and ready to enjoy the day! We popped open some champagne and enjoyed having some girl time! Thank goodness for some bubbly and a steamer. My mom and sister-in-law were a good sport and were steaming my dress as Kathy was getting her make-up and hair done.
I think most brides feel a since of calmness while they are getting ready and then they slowly ...
... card. Considering this is my first ever project and did not know anyone back in January I really was lucky to have such a great team. Alex (Latex) is from Minnesota, Brenda (Bren Bren or Brenquida) from South Africa, Joanna (JP) from Poland and Ashley (Jerky or Savanah) from Ohio. These guys became like family, we work together for at least 12 hours a day, socialize together, eat together and so very quickly we established good working relationships and close friendships; of course we ...
... I did. And for the rest of the day I had work people come up and ask me to show them. I actually did have one guy take quite an interest in what I did rather than whether I could bend in half. But after work (I finished after the store closed) I did show those needy of seeing it, the splits. Then I came home, sat cross-legged to eat dinner. I SPLIT MY FREAKING PANTS. :/
Apologies for the randomness of this entry. Welcome to what goes on in my head.