So of course I couldn't get myself out of bed at the time I intended. I got up at 10 and studied all morning. Meaghan stopped by to pick up her bags before going to her hotel near the airport.
The test was alright. There were half that I definitely knew. Then some I had a reasonable guess on and there were a few that I had no idea. What annoyed me was one of the last images was the U.S. Capitol Building, which I thought it was but since it was a test about London, I thought I must be mistaken. Oh well. It is done and over with and that is all I care about now.
I spent the evening doing laundry so I can start packing tomorrow. Marc emailed us saying we had to be out of the flats @ 10 on Saturday. I complained because all of our paperwork says noon and as it is I was going to be getting to Victoria Coach Station decently early. So after emailing back and forth quite a few times marc arranged to have our flat available until 2 - on the condition that any of the other EPA kids could leave their stuff in our flat if they needed to. This works out much better for me. Now I can stay at the flat until Stacy tells me she has boarded a bus at Heathrow and is on her way to the bus station.