Horse and Groom Inn
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... would put the cost up a bit!!) The idea of having my feet cut in half, whilst not appealing, reminds me of an article I read when we first arrived in the UK. Apparently British scientists are talking of genetic engineering to reduce the size of humans as a valid way of adapting to a climate changed world. It beggars belief the extent to which some people think we can fix everything with yet another bit of technological innovation!
As we forge ...
... to sleep and stayed that way until noon. Good times. I can't remember the last time I slept until noon, but I needed it today.
Today was the Oxbridge Garden Party, the poshest event of the summer for the admin. I decided to put forth some effort and actually straighten and style my hair and get pretty, which took quite a while since my hair is not the most cooperative in the world. At 2:30 I met up with Natalie and Kate and we ...
... where we stopped for a quick lunch at the Swan Hotel. Off again across the pastures and woods for another four miles to Stanton, our home for the night. Tonight we are staying in a great B and B, Shenberrow Hill. This group always plays fair when it comes to accommodations. We draw straws for the rooms. Dennis and I got the best room, inside the main house. Everyone else is in nice rooms in a separate guesthouse. There are absolutely no services in this town other than a ...
... to time pressure even though some were almost a year old.
The upside is that at each event I chose to commit my time into, I challenge myself to make the most out of it by reminding myself: "You could have chosen to spend this time tutoring children bilingually and thus doing others and your career and well being a big pleasure." It motivates me to work harder to finish my tasks earlier and thus possibly make time for greater ...
... there on the street. Keep it classy, Oxford lady.
We called another cab to take us back to Pembroke from the copy shop, because once again we had a ton of boxes. But this time when we got back we discovered everyone else had left us to go to a meeting, so we were stuck doing trips back and forth from the street to the office to carry in all the boxes. Today was a cardiovascular day. Good day for shorts, too.
Things have slowed down ...