Surprise

 

img_4212I walk in the cemetery behind my house sometimes. There’s no traffic, and it’s quiet and pretty. I read headstones and look out over the marsh down in the back corner. When I came across this big old tree with stunning new growth near the ground, I thought of the old adage, “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” Looks like plants can learn something new, and I know people can, so I’m ready to grow in a new way. Are you ready too?

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London!

We had a very good flight from Boston, the GF meal was great, the ear plugs worked amazingly well, and we saw both the sunset and the sunrise, beautiful! Out hotel is lovely, Located in Kensington, a beautiful neighborhood. Reception allowed us to move into our room early fortunately. We were exhausted!! We took a little nap and then went out walking. Cute hidden gardenImage

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We were so tired when we returned to our room, that we succumbed to the lure of room service. 

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We have a big day tomorrow: the hop on, hop off bus tour! And, the weather is supposed to be great. We’ve just finished visiting with our newest Chabinsky relative, a Londoner, we are having some green tea, taking hot showers, and will slip under the covers with our respective reading material. A good night’s sleep and we’ll be all set for tomorrow!

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