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... this semester. We all went our separate ways (for the time being) and I still chatted with some of the friends at the hotel who weren't able to make it. After visiting Marist, mom and I made the most of our detour by stopping at Five Guys for lunch. Then, we stopped at the bank and got back on the road all the way to the City. At that point in time, it seemed we had beat the ...
... sorting out a taxi to leave (already, it's only 12.40). Maybe it's the slightly wild combination of clothes I am wearing (purple short-sleeved top over quite bright pink long-sleeved top. I did have a turquoise jumper and red scarf over it earlier)?
Anyway, I am on microfilm today. It means I don't need to have much with me other than a flash drive, but it does mean that fuzzy head syndrome sets in quicker - all that ...
... Though I will have to tell her that I haven't found a man this side of the Atlantic (Grandad says that I am far too busy for a man with all my PhD work to be thinking about...!!)
Anyway, this entry I will keep short. More tomorrow. I even have a 'stand in' story just in case nothing exciting happens. I'm sure you, my lovely readers, will not be disappointed (or maybe you will? Who knows).
From the Dr to be... goodnight :) ...
... camping aches and pains. The boys were nice enough to surrender their bedrooms for us and Blake and I slept on the most soft, fluffy comfortable bed ever (thanks Wesley!!).
Blake and I left these days completely open on our itinerary to whatever Kim, Karlie, and Gerard had in store for us. Luckily, it was a perfect mix of relaxation and fun. Our second day there Blake had a girls-day-out in the Big Apple. Kim is a quick 35-40 minute train ride down river ...
... that was nicer/bigger than the actual house. In the horse stables, there were wooden planks that helped the servants clean out the stables. Our tour guide didn't know how this helped, but it did.
There was a centralized music room that holds a piano, and used to hold an organ. It has an oculus, which is a hole in the ceiling so that everyone could hear it no matter where they were in the house. The oculus didn't penetrate the roof, so ...