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A Seat At The Table

Most of my life I have felt broken. Autoimmune disease, cancer, back surgeries, digestive distress, et al. My body has betrayed me more times than I can count, and I’ve seen the inside of enough medical offices and hospitals for a lifetime. 417 more words

Faith

A ragged schoolboy fined for spoiling the Queen's view

In January 1838 a young lad named Charles Scott was placed in the dock at Queen’s Square Police Court accused of damaging trees in St James’ Park. 190 more words

Our day in London

So Saturday was a day Tiana and I had been looking forward to since her birthday, we were off for a girls day out to London as her main present was a ticket to see Matilda the musical! 440 more words

Victoria Recap: I Don't Want to Be the Midget's Husband

And so, in the last minute of the show, we meet Albert. But first, everything else:

Episode 3, “Brocket Hall,”¬†opens with foreboding music and gunfire, as though the country’s on the brink of civil war and all hell’s about to break loose. 1,455 more words

Queen Victoria

LEGO: Buckingham Palace

As I am an Anglophile through and through, and have stood at the gates of Buckingham Palace to see the changing of the guards (once and never after that cause it’s too crowded for me) when I saw this box, I had to buy it. 154 more words

Lego

Buckingham Palace Electrician Saw What Many Do Not See

It is often these behind-the-scenes accounts of those who work in the shadows, so to speak, that reveal the humanity of historic figures that is hard to find anywhere else. 39 more words

Winston Churchill

Memory lane

London has so many things to see and admire, and even though it is my own capital I have seen more of Washington DC. London is too crowded and far too busy for my liking, many of the locals are rushing about with little consideration for others. 154 more words

Mini On Tour