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to canterbury they wende

After a week of butt-numbing writing (i.e. writing with such intensity and for such duration yer backside goes numb), little sleep, a lot of stress and too many errands, punctuated with short fits of sleep and packing, it's all done. Gallus has been all hierarchied out for the time being. Ramòn Llull has been put to bed. Bibliograhies for Historical Method are handed in. French exams have been taken. Fellowship interviews have been compleated. The end of semester filtering through 6,000 stacks of paper has been completed. Last night, beer was drunk. Church was attended this morning and I've caught up on all the blogs I've not read in the past two weeks.

In 45 minutes, I leave for the airport and then it's off to London.

Sometime tomorrow morning, I'll wake up over the Atlantic Ocean, be served airplane food and then land at Heathrow. Then, the adventure begins. Cathedrals and pubs for a week and a hotel that's a block and a half from the British Museum.

Hizell Yizeah.

It is my intent to blog a bit from across the Pond, so do check back for updates with pictures.

Here's one to get you started (and a promise that the next picture of Canterbury Cathedral that gets posted will have been taken by yours truly...):

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16 January, 2006 21:50

Congrats on finishing! I will look forward to seeing pics!

Laura  

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