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... had had with Rob back in Melbourne. I respect him enormously and when I said to him that I knew my views had now resulted in me being reclassified as crazy, he simply looked at me and said "Keith, if by the time you die you haven't established a reputation for being crazy, then you've wasted your life." I guess by this criteria my life hasn't been a total waste. Anyway, we carried on walking and very quickly found ourselves entering the last small village ...
... hadn't looked through that because it was from the central office (shame on me) so I downloaded it from the drive and corrected the things Larry pointed out. While I was over there Larry checked my faculty schedule and said it looked good, and asked me to go ahead and make copies of it so the Corpus people could finish stuffing the packets before the 2:30 new teacher meeting. The schedule I made was for the first two days so I wanted to copy it front to back, but ...
... like a graduate gown) and that I lost (like 2 pants and 2 backpacks weared out) did not see the light. But I doubt anybody minds.
Many people asked me on return "how was Oxford"
"Ask me in two weeks" I replied
Two weeks later I have finalized my report on Oxford.
So here you go, my answer to your question on how it was in Oxford.
Here is another report I had to fill in.
... the shop workers had their faces painted and were dressed up. So instead of two Oxfordians, we were served by the field mouse and the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland. The city was very busy as families were out having fun doing the activities for the day, but this made the streets very crowded. On the way back to the house, we stopped at an ice cream wagon and purchased hand made ice cream for the rest of our walk and it was delicious!
... was hosting Christmas dinner. We opened gifts and relaxed (I fell asleep again in a chair). Ed, Gerald, nephew Edward and niece Esme all played a board game. David and Liz prepared a delicious Christmas dinner that included turkey, stuffing with chestnuts, bread sauce, roasted potatoes and parsnips, carrots, brussel sprouts, and cranberry. After dinner everyone gathered to play a lively game of Cranium (our gift from Johnny and Jane).
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