When will we see you
When will we see you
Oh my God...I'm awake at 6am on a Saturday! Not sure if it was due to Mrs B's text (thanks Pat!), genuine excitement or a dodgy Friday night curry and/or bottle of wine or two!
So much to do today. The fatted calf needs slaughtering then made into a Guinness pie. Loo rolls, hob nobs, waterproof mascarra and alcohol need to be purchased, banners constructed and my legs need waxing...
Have a safe flight home...see you soon...ooooohhhhh I can't wait!
Love to you both XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Ps Think maybe the leg wax can wait for Rich's return ;)
Not sure if you will be at the airport on on the train or in the sky whilst I am writing this but just thought I would say I CAN'T WAIT FOR YOU TO COME HOME! Although please don't be like Mum, who, on her return from New Zealand insisted on showing me the slide show (which last about an hour) 3 times over! Got my tutor group to say a prayer for you safe flight today (I thought it would keep them quiet, instead it lead on to a discussion about where you had been in the world and how rich you must be to have gone- the latter made me laugh!) Safe trip- counting the hours. Again, unlike Mummy I am excited about the chaos. It will make my favourie daughter status oh so much easier!! Love you both xx
Very upset that we didnt feature in your glossary but at least its not long till i can tell you off in person! If i'm honest though, i just wanted one last chance to do the sum!
Cant wait to catch up and have a safe journey home.........
P.S a message to Pat/Mum - A lorry load might not be enough!!
I had a tear in my eye after reading your 'glossary'. It was not a tear brought on by laughter but out of sadness...I will miss your blogs.
I can't wait to hear all about your adventures...almost a whole year in Heathrow Travelodge!
See you Sunday....mind the big road as you cross from Travelodge to Terminal 4.
Lots of love XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
Ps for Pat. Order a sandblaster too!
Just read your "Glossary" - clever eh? Can't believe your adventures are nearly over. You will have amazing memories in your old age!!
Am counting down the days now .... until my house is turned upside down, my food and drink stocks diminished, the quiet calm replaced by loud music or the sound of "soap" theme tunes! I have asked Southern Water to check their reserves and advised the Electricity Company to expect a power surge ... and when Tom comes to stay, have ordered a lorry load of toilet rolls. That said, I am looking forward to seeing you both home safely.
I love you. Safe journey back. x x x
WELCOME HOME! (almost)..
Gotta crate of wine on ice when your ready, a long night ahead catching up... Oh we can't wait!!!
Your favourite New Zealand travelling companions checking in to say hello. Just been looking at blog and photos again.
Saturday afternoon here. Nanny and Katherine around too. Gill just passing through.
Can't wait to see you soon. Will have flags ready!!!! Official welcomers annoymous ....
Love and hugs Mum (Pat!) and Gillian. x x x x x x x
Hi you two, well, you are both officially old people, all them sunsets, well I don't know, next it will be a bungalow in East Preston! Not long now. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
This may seem a little premature...but seeing how rarely anyone ever messages here anymore, nobody will see it until they want to do the same, which is...
WELCOME HOME GUYS!!!
Sorry couldn't resist it...we are counting the days.
Loads of love
Oh how funny - I was just in STITCHES looking at your photo of you Victoria creeping up on the monkey who looked quite oblivious to your imminent attack! I think you should put that into a competition - "What happens next"!!!!!! So it sounds like you are slowly on your way home then.... I bet you can't wait to see family and friends again, but I know you will also be wanting to continue. You've had such an incredibly time by the sounds of it... you'll be reliving all the memories for AGES!
Sending lots of love
Only the one more blog to go... how I'm gonna miss them, I even suggest Tom carries them on once your back home :)
Well sounds like your enjoying your last few weeks in the sunshine & still seeing the sights, make the most of it!
Looking forward to seeing you soon... Cx