I wish to express my deep gratitude to three people who participated in one of the wildest and most wonderful thing I've done since moving to England.
This weekend I lost someone who made my move to England a move to a new home. A person who I was so blessed to know. This is my way of saying thank you.
Toddler Burning Man
Say what you want about Butlins, but the Just for Tots week is a brilliant one when you've got an active toddler on your hands!
20 of the Weirdest Things About England That The English Don’t Realise Are Weird
Editor's Note: I've just been informed Scottish bank notes are not legal tender. They are, however, legal currency. I suppose this is like how you write 's' instead of 'z' in realize and put a 'u' in color. Correction is made. This is my ex-pat American response to Tickld's article 20 of the Weirdest Things... Continue Reading →
I never understood Doctor Who until the day I fell ill and found myself fascinated by something bigger on the inside.
We love you England! (Though we know you’ll disappoint us in the end.)
My feelings on English international play football. Obviously, based on the title you can see they would not be considered "positive."
British bacon and American bacon are completely different. Tell your friends, posts like these are important.
Happy Boxing Day
What is Boxing Day? Why is Boxing Day? Who celebrates Boxing Day? Here is my blog on the holiday, as plagiarized from Wikipedia...
Best. Run. EVER.
Every year the Helen and Douglas House hosts the Oxford Santa Run. Every year you should be out there doing it. Yes you. Here's why.
Got a Problem? Tea will solve it.
All things can be cured by tea. Just ask a British person.
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