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... funds, etc). In that regard, please don't frown for the lack of updates, it was a busy couple of weeks.
There is the update (which seem to be coming in three weekly intervals). As always, I will attach some photos even though I have not photographed a lot these past weeks. I have noticed that I should probably put myself in the photos now and then but I am not keen on posing like every other tourist group with their individual selfie sticks - maybe that can be a ...
... James (of bible fame), had her interred after Elizabeth had her beheaded. Now, I know how the book ends. Being in line for the throne was a risky business. Dickens, Handel, Chaucer and Laurence Olivier all are interred in "Poet's Corner," with dozens of other writers and composers. We wandered the Abbey listening to our audio guide, admiring hundreds of sculptures adorning walls and floor plaques marking the burial spots of so many of ...
... circle - a delicious sub with scallops , calamari and pulled pork from the food trucks . West - went to visit the first place I ever worked in London and was reminded why I never returned to west London - I just don't like it! Had to suffer a bit of shopping on High St Kensington seeing as the weather is so hot and I know my friend Julie will give me heaps. Pure Imagination - The incredible talent of Alexander McQueen is on exhibit at the V and A in ...
... it I guess that means either you didn't have anything better to do or and hopefully it engaged you and your'e possibly printing it off to put in a keepsake box or on the fridge... anyway I am on a mission to write my next blog all about London and why it has won us over. but this one had to be done. before I go just a quick shout out to my travel companion and sister from another mister, Rhiannon Rowe. this journey could not have existed without ...
... to mark anything, and I still haven't figured out why.
My other subject (ethics, public health and human rights) also finished up with some assessment, but this time in the form of an assignment. I enjoyed this assessment a lot more than modelling because I got to choose my own topic. I decided to write about some ethical and philosophical questions surrounding severely disabled children and end of life issues in PICU. I found myself having a lot to think about when I ...