I arrived safely in London this morning, even if my checked luggage did not. It should — it might — it may be here tomorrow. We’ll see. In the meantime I spent the afternoon sightseeing, including a spin on the London Eye (see above), a river cruise on the Thames, and a visit to Marks & Spencer to pick up a few essentials until my stuff shows up. I do plan to post photos other than selfies, but ran out of both time and steam today.
Day 3: Safe arrival (of the important bits)
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The Rev. Gary J. Meade is an Episcopal priest currently serving as the rector of Saint Mary's Episcopal Church in Dyersburg, Tennessee. This blog will host photos and reflections from Gary's sabbatical from September through December, 2019. (Dig deeper and you'll find material from his first sabbatical in 2014.) View all posts by Gary Meade
2 thoughts on “Day 3: Safe arrival (of the important bits)”
We’re happy with selfies, too. We like seeing your shiny, happy, smiling face. 🙂
Sounds like your trip is not off to an auspicious start! All is well. Keep posting.