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Good grief Toots, is that cricket being played in the US . .unheard of!I must protest! It's simply not cricket old bean!
lovely owl. your vid is putting me to sleep. peaceful.
Love the owl carving.
Blimey, that is just what I thought, cricket in America????????? I wonder what the teas are like.
No matter what school you decide on, remember Kurt's rules for college:1. No classes before 11:00 AM2. You don't always have to buy the textbook. Sometimes a quick read-through of the textbook at the library the night before an exam is all that is necessary.
I want an owl like that guarding one of our doors!! sweet.no beer mugs at matthew's I'm assuming! looks like a bossy place! but cricket is an attraction!
p.s. one of em's best friends went to vassar - but given that she's 30 now, I guess her experience there may not be particularly relevant, but if lucy wants to contact her I'm sure sara wouldn't mind - she lives in LA now!
What about people who just seem "apparently intoxicated" much of the time, but aren't?It looks like a fun college tour.I like your new subtitle. A sign of blog downsizing, as we have discussed?
I just love the note about the intoxication.Looks good!
Dying to know at which college they're playing cricket!!? Decision made. L. should go there.
Are they playing CRICKET????I didn't know that you Amurricans had even HEARD of cricket!
OWL! where was the owl? detail missed. Cricket is popular in NYC ~ you can always find a cricket match in Central park-- also upstate too-- They even play Camogie regularly in Central Park.
Cool owl scupture and those windows I like, as well. The vid is rather relaxing :)
"apparently intoxicated"ha.isn't that part of being a student?nice that you're back with us
Very interesting window on colleges! :-)
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