Today was lovely, it’s been so dreary I was so excited to see the sun shine on this amazing city. It made everything even more beautiful and made visiting the National Art Gallery even more perfect. Walking out of the museum with the gleam and glow of the sunshine made me smile and enjoy the overflow of crowded people rushing by me. We’ve . . .
Meghann got a chance to “act” in a BBC radio show.
Ariana did a great job on her first time anchoring! This was Isaac’s second time — great practice since he will be a UCentral Media reporter in the fall.
May 30, 2013 Walking the streets of London like a pro!!! Enjoying my time here so far.
May 27, 2013 Very excited about this trip. Today I’ll be in Oklahoma, but tomorrow I’ll be on my way to London. I’ve been planning on this trip all semester, and now it’s finally here. I immediately turn this journey to . . .
Yesterday was eventful, from riding the tube for the first time to venturing out to the hop on hop off bus ride, we had a great day and it really wore us out. I was so sleepy I fell asleep standing up a couple times and dozed off while sitting in the comfy warm double decker bus. We ate at a British pub last night and the salmon fish cakes were to . . .
London Tube: thank goodness we packed light!
So impressed with students on day one. In the last 24 hours, they’ve flown on two jets, ridden multiple Tubes, one bus and one airport tram. Those who rode their first airplanes did so like pro’s. London thus far has included a stroll through Covent Garden, a tour through the heart of London, a real pub meal – and that’s while . . .
At OKC airport:
Meghann: “Super excited. Can’t wait to be there.”
Isaac: “Made it past the scanning…now off to the flying.”
Adrianna: “Can’t wait to explore new places.”
Desiree: “You don’t have to call me Mrs. Hill!”
Tomorrow this time I will be hearing the roar of a jet engine taking me to London! I’m so excited and I feel fearless to be able to conquer such an amazing trip at such a young age. I’m so thankful for this opportunity from the Mass Comm department and of course my wonderful parents for sending me away to fulfill my dreams. I can’t . . .