Monday and Tuesday were just about the same days besides my nightly activities. I had class all day and then went to the gym after. I am in love with my gym. Not is it only the nicest gym I have been to but all the people who work out there are completely fit. I swear fat British people don’t exist. It’s almost a breath of fresh air. Monday night Audrey, Caitlin, Emma and I went to see Leap year. It was adorable and I now want to go back to Wales to find an adorable boy, have him drive me to Ireland and then fall in love. I only wish that was how things really happened. Tuesday night we went to see my favorite show yet, Hairspray! It was hilarious and I truly mean that. The actors were all perfect and their American accents were almost flawless. It’s funny to me that I am the one with the accent here. Loved it!
Calvin and I on top on the castle tower at Warwick. Jenny and Me in the stocks.
Then it was off to Stratford upon Avon, a very quaint little town where William Shakespeare was born and lived. We went to the birthplace of William Shakespeare and Nash’s House where he retired. I was not impressed and honestly didn’t think it was that cool but I guess it would be for those few people in the world who are obsessed with him. We then took a little walk to the church where Shakespeare is buried and Jenny paid the 50p to see his tomb. If you are ever in Stratford upon Avon, don’t waste your time, his tomb is a slab of concrete on the floor that says Shakespeare on it. Jenny, Sarah, Margret, Kalyn, Shar and I went to the oldest pup in Stratford called The Garrick Inn. I had the biggest serving of fish and chips I have ever seen.
Our night was topped off with a long, hot but brilliant performance of King Lear. After a three hour performance and a two hour drive home it was two and I was in my bad at last.
Today is Thursday and all I have done today is class and homework. After I was finally done with classes around three Audrey, Caitlin, Emma, Jenny and I got dressed and went to do a “visit assignment” for British literature. We then rushed home for dinner and I have been doing homework since. What an eventful day… not. At least tomorrow should be better.