. . . and I’m in London

It’s kinda difficult to blog when I’ve been all over the place this past week.  After my trip to Missouri, I got on another plane to London (while going through Iceland, gotta get back there someday).  I’ve had virtually no jet lag since getting here.  I made this transition really well.

We took some walking tours around London and saw a concert at St. Martins-in-the-Fields.  This morning we went to a sung Eucharist at Westminster Abbey.  Wow!  They sang the “Mass in G” by Vaughn-Williams and “I Sat Down” by Edward Bairstow.  The last piece was incredible.  While walking in we saw the graves of Sir Edward Elgar, Sir Charles Sanford, Sir William Walton, Herbert Howells, and Ralph Vaughn-Williams.  There right next to the grave of Sir Isaac Newton.  Flip!

More will come later, including pictures.  Until then, Happy Mother’s Day mum!


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