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On July 16, 2016, at the age of *almost* 46, I did something that I had been wanting to do for a long time, for decades. I boarded a flight to Europe. Why hadn't I done this sooner? There were certain things that I was telling myself would make it too hard:
- I did not have a traveling companion.
- I was simply too fat to be accommodated and accepted in Europe.
- It was sure to be expensive.
... for dinner.
29 June Off to Oliver’s cricket club for 2 hours practice at Old Actonians C.C.,then it was time for Nathan’s 4th birthday party at 3pm at his Nursery School hall.There were 12 children plus Oliver and they were kept well amused and entertained by 2 young Ladies from a specialist Party organizer for an hour.Lots of music and dancing and games and fun balloons.Following this they all sat down for ...
... quench the homesickness, for Marie and Craig’s wedding!
Trips to countless museums, castles and palaces, visits to monuments, markets and restaurants. Amazing times with great friends - Amy, Ashley, Krista, Stephen! I'll never forget our first meetings - all of you - each one is a story!
We were so thankful to have had the opportunity to welcome Carol to London and have her here to share so many experiences with us. We had so many adventures together and it ...
... 24 hours pass to 48 hours and then hopped on the top of a bus, in the sun with a brilliant live commentator for 3 hours.
We went past things that I am used to seeing like the London Eye (opposite my work), Piccadilly Circus (infront of my other work) and the Houses of Parliament (opposite my other other work on the other side of the river) and moseyed along streets from Monopoly.
Which did bring ...
... all 44 of us) and then we split us into our groups. Mine were called Coe 1 and Coe 2. Kelly had Smith 1, Smith 2, and Smith 3. I know, super clever right? It was our system which allowed us to quickly count students to make sure we hadn't lost anyone. It worked very well. Anyways, my group got to the station first and I felt confident so as soon as we turned the corner we saw an open car and we all jumped on. Keep in mind, I am now with 8 teenagers who ...