Wednesday, 16 January 2008

An email from Don and Lorna

Re: your visit to London

Dear Joanna

Thank you so much for your email which we received with delight this morning. We would very much like to take you up on your kind offer to act as our guide during our trip to your wonderful town and are looking forward to it immensely!

We won’t hear of you spending any of your own money on our outings and will today send some money over to you in case you need to book anything in advance. If it’s possible, please mail us your bank details.

We are in your hands totally and have no real preferences, other than an overwhelming urge to visit Harrods and buy one of their bags! Your dad has already agreed to take us for pie and mash although Lorna is already having second thoughts about this! Your dad has also promised to arrange a family get-together – having been away from England for so long I wonder just who is left!

We are in need of a little one to spoil and hope that your son will join us in all or some of the outings, your husband too. Lorna is a real people person!

So, over to you. In you we trust completely and look forward to little tasters of our itinerary - we can be reached via this email address but our replies may be a little haphazard as we travel around the country. We arrive at Heathrow at 2100 hours on 1 March and leave from the same airport at 11.15 on Thursday 13th – yes, we did double check the date! We’re so looking forward to our visit. I’ve told Lorna that we will save sleeping for when we get home!

We look forward to meeting you, and hope we can return the favour one day when you visit us in Vancouver.

All love, God bless
Don and Lorna

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I'm a mum of one, wife of one and owner to several dogs, a variety of breeds and sizes. I live in the up and coming area (or so they say) of Nunhead and have mad neighbours, strange friends and certifiable relatives. I shop locally, although I do defect to Sainsburys once a week - shoot me now local shopkeepers.