This little mush goes in for surgery today so fingers crossed for him!
So it’s damnably early my time (6:30, but I haven’t slept at all) and I’m sitting in the airport, waiting to board my flight to Heathrow (!)
For those who don’t know, I’m studying abroad for the year at Oxford - and if anyone wants to follow that in more detail, I’m going to be doing my best to do some travel-blogging here. See you on the flip side!
This tag is to get to know the person behind the blog better. As with any tagging game there are rules:
Rule 1 - Post the rules.
Rule 2 - Answer the questions the tagger set for you in their post and then make 11 new ones.
Rule 3 - Tag 11 people and link them to your post.
Rule 4 - Let them know you’ve tagged them.
Questions… will be after the jump so I don’t murder your dash!
Hello, lovelies! I’m back from Ireland - and I’m sorry the queue ran out - I thought I’d filled it but, it turns out, I know have, um, 123 drafts waiting to be queued. So that’s where those went. Whoops! Anyways, welcome to the two new followers I gained while in Ireland (you guys made my day!) and hope you guys won’t mind me posting a few pics along with your normal weird mix of Sherlock, Doctor Who, horses and crafts. Which, really, is what I boil down to.
Thanks for sticking around, everyone!
The room is empty, the bags are packed - and Kristin and I are headed home.
In an attempt to make the school appear more family-friendly during campus tour season, Wash U has hired a number of braid train specialists from local summer camps.
1) Didn’t know this blog existed.
2) WHAT THAT IS ME WHAT.