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... line-height: 25.5599994659424px;">I guess you could say everyone gets their romance on, whether they are with other people or not...there are just semi-dazed smiles everywhere!
I wandered along taking photos and generally thinking how lucky I was to live in a city like this.
As the guy on the phone behind me said "it's London...things happen ...
I like to think of London as a bag of Allens lollies - Full of colours, in assorted shapes and sizes, some you love and some you hate. London is big, busy, loud, bright and on the whole, dreary. London is also intriguing depending on what you manage to find yourself doing. With out limited time in London Town I gave mum a whistle stop tour of about 1/16th of ...
... of royalty our tour guide referred to. There are multiple “Charles”s, “Elizabeth”s, and “Henry”s, so they are very hard to keep track of. However, I did learn to appreciate the amount of respect and loyalty the British citizens had, and still have, for the royal family in power.
Kicking off the guided tour, we walked along the Thames River, admiring ...
... people talking. I hear the sound of the engines buzzing and the pilots talking in deep voices over the intercom. I kinda miss the sound of my classmates bickering over stupid stuff (not really though). Smell: I smell the smell of new plane smell. I smell the smell of the perfume of the lady beside me. See: (okay this ones gonna be cool, so be ready!) I see the new tv screen in front of me, I see how space-ish the isles ...
... when and how to wash our hands??
Back to reality.
* Piles of post and junk mail to wade through
* A lawn in urgent need of attention
* A letter rejecting my planning application
* A loo with no water in it at all
* A broken wing mirror on the car... (very odd as it was parked in my car port off the road)...
... oh, and the best welcome home of all, the largest, hairiest spider you have ever seen, lurking in the bath!