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... some energy juice, then popped over to Corpus to talk to Michael. We received word this morning that the administration of Pembroke wants to take the administration of OxTrad out for dinner tonight, but I had already scheduled an a cappella practice from 6:30-7:30, so I had to ask Michael for permission to miss the dinner. I don't want to offend the Pembroke team, but my students have to perform on Saturday and we've only had one group practice so far and this ...
Caught a bus from Luton to Oxford and enjoyed a two hour drive through the English countryside and a few villages. Huw met us at the bus station and escorted us back to his flat. We started our stay with a walk around the canal and through a water meadow. The sun eas shining so many locals were wearing their shorts, despite it being cool. Later we walked through the grounds of Huw's college before enjoying a formal High Table dinner at the college dining hall. The food ...
... 20p for a similar but not as attractive seat such as this. Today, our final touring day had us visiting Bibury, a stunning village with a National Trust lane called Arlington Row. It would be fitting to see Dickens leaving one of the tiny houses. Perhaps he may be able to find my Canon lens top which is lurking in one of the many nettle ...
Its good to spend multiple days in the one location sometimes. It lets you explore the place more closely and of course you don't have bags etc to pack, unpack and lug around.
Today the plan is church in the morning (in Thame where Robin and Andy Gibb are buried) and over to Oxford for lunch and afternoon adventure.
The church, St Mary's is very old and full of character. People there welcomed us with great interest and enthusiasm. We told our story over and over, and ...
... Emily. As she starts her first year at university, it's obvious we'll be missing each other. But I miss her in a creepy, overly attached way.
I'd never left home for such a long time before and I've taken twenty years' worth of relationships with my mum, brothers, dad, pets, friends, work, home - you name it and dug my bitten fingernails deeper into our friendship.
I don't even know if I can call it that anymore.