The Westwood Hotel
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... exit, so he totally made up for the angry bag lady. Kate arrived by bus a few minutes later, and we headed back to her house.
I’d never been to Twickenham before, which is a suburb of London. It is a really nice area. I don’t know that it really has an equivalent in the States, at least not one that I can think of. A very nice little main street with restaurants and shops, and then Kate’s neighborhood of townhouses branched off of that. ...
The day didn't start out too well as the cook was locked out of the building and couldn't get in to prepare our breakfast!. We consumed everything edible in the dining room as we had to take off early for a nine o'clock call at the Cathedral.
Brilliant blue skies greeted us as we set out on our twenty minute walk for the first of three services. The first ...
... torn. I knew what I should do; I should stay and help. Team player and all that. But I wasn't sure what I could do that someone else couldn't do. Tom, Caitlyn, and Natalie finally ganged up on me and urged me to go to London. As Natalie put it, there will always be someone else who can help, and I'm no good to the program burnt out. So I left Pembroke and made my way to Gloucester Green coach station, my heart heavy with guilt while excitement struggled ...
... to the Quad for an early dinner with Natalie, Lauren, and Kate. Thursday nights are BBQ night at Pembroke. Meh. I had a burger, a teaspoon of potato salad, and an ice cream. Natalie wanted a veggie burger, but the Pembroke serving staff wouldn't let her have one because she didn't have a vegetarian card. The Pembroke staff can be quite prickly about their food service. But I was right behind Natalie with my GERD card, so I asked for a veggie burger. ...
I know there was a time in my life when I could easily stay up until 4AM and be bright and chipper for the morning after only a few hours sleep. That time has passed. Sadly, that time has passed.
Psychologists call sleep The Gentle Giant, the one who will always win out. No matter how we fight, stress, or avoid it, sleep always comes, when it wants and for how long it wants. One must accept the sleep, or it will punish us all.