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... stadium tour will have to do. We were the only ones on the tour, which was great. Our guide was a very knowledgeable QPR member who had lived in the area her whole life. We got to see all the behind the scenes areas, and Steve and the guide had a great time discussing the history of the club. I was a polite bystander, but did enjoy seeing the Owners box.. Very posh. We saw a couple of players, and Les Ferninand, who is a ...
... We then ate lunch at simple place and headed off to the train station for the long ride out to Hampton Court Palace. Our first use of National Train Service and Waterloo Station is huge. Easy service once you figure out track and off you go. Hampton Court Palace was massive and we did a nice portion of it. It was so ornate and things like original Rembrandt paintings was incredible. Just unbelievable to see ...
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Wednesday - June 3rd
Vera assigned me my first case today. It is a deportation case associated with the Women in Prison Project. It is very exciting to have my first case, and see the relevance of the laws I’ve been perusing and digesting slowly in the context of a real situation. The client is a European Union national who agreed to be deported in order to be released nine months early, as part of something in the UK called the ...
... I should have ditched that dirty hanky?. And then there’s the treasure trove we call a plastic bag of laundry. Should I have soaked the skid marks off the undies? What about the body odour in my shirt?
Still no score in the Lois vs Mazie contest.
One by one all Lois possessions have been displayed, scrutinised, and put aside.
Whets left? Ah the bag itself. Wave the explosives detecting wand around in ...
... my farming skills...Yes, I handedly beat Janine in a game of Agricola for iPad: 1-0 Jared
Yes, I am worried about the Flames game. It starts and finishes while we are on the plane. I have no way to watch it, and that worries me. For me, #myplayoffsmoment will be sitting on the largest plane ever (that's right: Seat 86H baby!) with only a dream of Gaudreau scoring a hat trick in Game 2. Maybe they have free in-flight wifi, and a charging station.