The Last Supper

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Just a quick post to say I’m just about to have my last supper in the UK for a while, though, a visit in December is being mooted. This last month has gone really fast, mostly because we spent it running around doing fun stuff with the kids.

Tomorrow I attempt to sit in a small metal box for 7 hours with two toddlers – bet David Blaine wouldn’t even try that one. Pertinently, the Sunday Times contains an article with advice about flying with small children. The advice was, basically, don’t. I don’t know how it’s going to go. If we survive and I make it to Boston with both boys, I’ll let you know. I have actually had some good advice from friends with small children, the most important of which is to not expect any rest, so that any you do get is a bonus. I expect Thomas to be ok, as sitting in front of a screen for 7 hours is his idea of heaven anyway. Ollie, on the other hand, likes to be outside, and running, or eating. I am carrying my own bodyweight in snacks in my hand luggage.

Anyway, we are having grilled salmon for dinner, as a light and easily digestible meal. I shall miss these perks of not having to cook and clean – in fact it’s been so long, I’ve forgotten how to!

The next post may well be from our new home in the states. I still haven’t decided on a title for my new blog. Answers on a postcard etc etc…

Bye from over here.

  1. Goodbye! and safe trip! hope it’s not too horrendous.. look forward to the new incarnation of EMP!

  2. My vote is on “Best Laid Plans”. You will be the ultimate in american sitcom.

    Funny line about David Blaine! Bravo! Maybe you should youtube your video of it.

    Keep up the writing, we want to know!!!

  3. great minds think alike – just seen naomi’s comment after posting my comment to your later post. i think we’ve decided for you!!