Greetings from East Dulwich! I was forced away from the blog for a bit due to an unrelenting migraine that forced me to step out of the world for a few days. Every time I thought it was finally over it would sneak up and pounce on me in a …
A few weeks ago here in East Dulwich, I found myself in need of some Ibuprofen and feminine hygiene products. As in the states, these products are more expensive in the local shops, so I needed to find a Boots or Superdrug...the U.K. versions of Walgreens or CVS. So I used Google …
Well, I've a bit of good news. I know where I will be going after Aug 31st when the house sit here in East Dulwich ends. I've secured a pet sit in Leeds here in the UK from Sept 2-17th. They have a beautiful Siberian Forest cat(who is huge!)named 'Tarmy' …
For those who know me, it will come as no surprise for me to state that I am a bit of an introvert. Some people have difficulty believing that, as when I engage 'extrovert mode' I can be lively, outgoing and even, (if I may say so myself) occasionally charming …
While I know this topic isn't terribly exciting, it is the reality of this bit of ridiculousness that I have decided to embark upon. While I get to experience meeting new people, going to museums and basically just roaming about soaking in the culture and life that is the U.K., there is also the …
After completing my first house sit in Clapham, London, I traveled to York to stay with my friend Amber for two weeks. York is an extraordinarily beautiful and unique city, located in the north of England, about a two hour train ride from London. It was founded in 71 AD …

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