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... in January)
Jan 2014 - Christa left for 6 months in America
June 2014 - Darren flew out and joined Christa for her last 3 weeks in America
July 4th 2014 - Darren proposed at the baseball game
July 14th 2014 - We returned to the UK
Oct 25th 2014 - WE GOT MARRIED!!!!
Nov 2014 - Darren started ...
... to see inside the church but sadly the door is locked. We content ourselves with a stroll around the churchyard to find a couple of gravestones in particular. Our guidebook assures us these are close to that of the former Liberal Prime Minister, Herbert Henry Asquith. Herbie's grave is pretty easily located - it's the big important looking one. Next it's Martha Pye...who on earth was she? No-one famous it turns out, but she did live to the ripe ...
... at one stage brought Debby tumbling to her knees. I feared this could be shocking event, but in her new lighter mood, she recovered quickly. We had to press on simply following a compass to get to the far side where the Arboretum we knew commenced. I will never know exactly whose land we were walking across. Certainly there was no organisation to suggest it was a forestry project. At one stage Debby saw a deer flitting around in the shadows. Finally we ...
... already arranged to get her money back. Doh. Oh well, at least we solved the mystery.
The rest of shift was pretty relaxed, and at 4PM I headed over to the Allen and Overy Room for a cappella practice. I had sectional practice with the Alto 2s at 4PM and the Baritones at 4:30. The Alto 2s were done in 11 minutes. The boys took a bit longer. They are all very enthusiastic, which is great, but only two of them have sung in a group before, so I'm ...
... I had to catch a bus to Victoria, then tube to Mansion House and walk from there to the Globe. The walk required me to cross the Millennium Bridge, which I've never done before because I always envision Death Eaters coming and tearing it apart and freak myself out. But it was either cross there or go ten minutes out of my way and cross at Blackfriars, and there wasn't time for that. Time management triumphed over cowardice, and I made it safely ...