Part 13: France and England

Then it was our very last day of the trip. We had one final day in England so we decided to take a day trip to Cambridge. My husband had never been there. I had gone in 2003 as part of a high school band and chorus trip. I remember that it was a wondrous […]

Read More Part 13: France and England

Part 12: France and England

January 1st. New Year’s Day. We decided to check out the Tate Modern since it had been years since I’ve been there. And they were open on New Year’s Day. (British Museum was not). We walked over the Millennium Bridge and got our amazing views of London. (I counted over 50 cranes around me – I […]

Read More Part 12: France and England

Part 11: France and England

On the 31st of December, we had a mission. A friend of ours was getting married. In the course of her research, she learned that there is more to the “Something Old” poem. The full verse is “Something old/ something new/ something borrowed/something blue/ and a silver sixpence in her shoe.” Since we were abroad […]

Read More Part 11: France and England

France and England: Part 10

That morning, we had about 45 minutes to kill so we decided to spend our time at the British Museum. This time, I suggested that we check out the back part of the museum. I realized that I had never spent much time there and really didn’t know what was there. What treasures I found […]

Read More France and England: Part 10

France and England: Part 9

It’s been a busy few weeks. I’ve been winding down my piece for the Vocalo Storytelling Workshop and preparing to act as matron of honor at a wedding in a week in a half. So I’ve been a little preoccupied to write blog posts. Now that I have a moment to breathe, I’ll keep talking […]

Read More France and England: Part 9