Saturday, October 27, 2007

Little Things I'm Missing About London


Much better prices on organic (What is up with nearly $7 per gallon for organic milk?!)


My electric tea kettle

Digestive biscuits

Covent Garden

Museums like this one and this one and this one

The hustle and bustle of the city

Our happy little town

The accent

Lots more things, but I'm making myself sad, so I must stop.


Annette said...

Don't be sad! I'm glad you're back. How can London even compare to Bloomington and great friends?? And, of course, Starbucks!

The 5 Adventurers said...

I know what you mean, J! But I'm glad you're near too.

Love you,

Stacy said...

Well, I'm glad you're back. Aren't you?? :(

I'm so glad you enjoyed London so much!

Joni said...

Hello. Joni. I'm a "Joni", too. I saw your name on Beth Moore's blog and I thought, "Hey, I didn't post anything on here." LOL
Life's funny sometimes, huh? And by the way, I've always wanted to visit England. My great-grandparents were born and raised most of their children there. I have always loved hot tea and drink it with half-n-half in it. Well, just wanted to say hi!

Kimmie said...

Hi Joni...

I have missed you...once London works its way into yer heart she will never come out. My husband went to school there for a year of college...he took me there when we were married and honestly we'd buy a flat there in a heartbeat if God said "Go!" (well, maybe now a flat wouldn't work for a family of 8, but a cottage might squeeze us in rather nicely ;-)

Cherish your'll go back by and by...

mama to 6
one homemade and 5 adopted

Marti said...

Hi Joni, I can only imagine all the things you miss. Sometimes I worry I will forget all the things I have experienced in England. It makes me sad to think about.

Send me your address via e-mail and I will see if I can't get some digestives sent out to you. What is your favorite brand? :)

Love, Marti