***This last post should be read while listening to the slow songs on Ed Sheeran's most recent album and eating the last of the digestives you smuggled back from the UK. Not that I have any experience with that. It just seems like a good idea. I've thought about what I would say in this … Continue reading The end.
I'll write more in my very last post, so I'll save all the sap for that one. Here's pictures from the last week in London!
I wasn't planning on going to the temple again before going home, but I'm so glad I did. We came out of the session to bright blue skies, and the flowers aren't dead like they were when I was here two months ago. And, you know, the temple itself is always great.
The title of this post is the most accurate way I can think to describe the day. I know you can't go to Paris without spending a considerable amount of time in museums, but still, I'm not the biggest museum person. They make me sleepy, so I end up yawning nonstop while staring at great … Continue reading Paris, day 4, aka I sold my soul to museums.
Wow, I just looked at how many more photos I have and I forgot what a jam packed day Wednesday was! Quite possibly my favorite day in Paris, even though most of it wasn't even spent in the city. On our way back from Versailles, we made a quick stop at the Paris temple, which … Continue reading Paris day 3, in which I side with the French revolutionaries.
Disneyland! I've only been to Disneyland one other time in my life, and that was when I was maybe 4. I remember next to nothing, just snippets of that day, like jumping in to a princess's arms and my dad playing the Beast in a mini performance. So it was fun to go back as … Continue reading Paris day 2, the happiest place on earth, aka Disneyland.
Five seconds after I stepped off the train, I saw the most French person that has ever existed. She didn't have a speck of makeup on her flawless face, and her hair was in a simple low bun. She was wearing a white button down shirt with a black pullover sweater and light wash skinny … Continue reading Paris day 1, in which it lives up to all the stereotypes.
The bug is spelled like beetle. There's a beat in music. Beat-les. It took me way to long to make this realization, and even then it was all because of a Facebook. I guess that just makes it way too obvious that I'm not a real fan. That doesn't mean I didn't go to Abbey … Continue reading Did you know that the name “Beatles” is a pun?
I come home to the States in a little over two weeks. But at the same time I feel like I'm leaving home by leaving London. Eliza said it perfectly- I'm ready to leave the Centre, but I'm not ready to leave London. I don't think I'll ever by ready to leave this city. Ready … Continue reading I’m going to miss London. Like a lot.
London is just the coolest. Even after three months, I'm still having some of the best days of my life. Like on Monday, I met Daniel Radcliffe! And he was just the chillest, friendliest person ever. I mean seriously. Lindsey apologized as he was signing her ticket, saying that all of the selfie taking and signing … Continue reading Random fun things that have happened this week because London is just the coolest.