I cannot tell you how excited I am. I lived in England for 13 years and it was great! I actually went to a Catholic boarding school in Chelmsford, Essex, and got my degree from the London school of Pharmacy. My Son was born in Greenwich, England. When we moved here, he had a very strong British accent. That’s gone now. He seems so American now, it’s going to be interesting to see how our family over there, whom we haven’t seen in a long time, view how much he has changed.
I have such fond memories.
I came to America in 2005 and I’ve been back once, I can’t remember when. But since that time, I’ve gotten married, had another child, and it seems like it’s been ages. This will be my husband’s first trip to the UK.
Sooooooo excited! My brother is getting married in Brighton, and I can’t wait to meet my new family. I’m also looking forward to seeing great friends, awesome family that I haven’t seen for ages and just being a TOURIST!! YES!!
My husband is hoping to see a live football (soccer) game!! We’ll see!
Don’t you find that when you live somewhere, you get so caught up in everyday life that you don’t get to enjoy your surroundings or get to do things or visit places around you? (I’m trying to change that!).
I’ll be in Brighton and London for a total of about 10 days, which is such a short time, for all the things I want to do, but here are a few pictures of places and things I hope to visit and see. ENJOY!