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Welcome back, grammar fans! [community profile] fandom_grammar has a lighter schedule during these summer months, but fear not, we still have interesting grammar issues to discuss!  Today we’ll be talking about a couple of words that are very commonly used in place of each other.  Ground and floor aren’t exactly the same thing, and we’ll get into their differences with some help from the characters of Sherlock.

Are you sure you don’t mean the ground floor? )
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On Monday, because we don't know how to slow down ;) - we went out to Paignton Zoo - and zoo trips ALWAYS mean a ton of pictures to get through afterwards *g*

Under the cut are some of the pictures and at the bottom of the post is the link to the full album on flickr.com - I have to admit, that I managed to cook it all down to 136 pictures in the album, where I came back from the trip with a good 600-700 pictures. It's what always happens - I get carried away ;)

We drove from just outside Tavistock, across Dartmoor to Paignton - along the way hoping to see Dartmoor ponies (wild ponies) and we got more than we'd bargained for - ended up behind a car with one of the ponies trotting along the road, not really able to get off it, but not really giving a toss about there being several cars behind it.

Dartmoor

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Click here for full album om Flickr.com
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Heading south after stopping for the night in Crewe, we decided to deviate from our course towards Cornwall and Devon. The detour? Stonehenge - because we both have it on the list of places we'd like to actually see for real.

So, Saturday morning we set out and we hit it in the middle of heat of the day - early afternoon. Waiting in line was a killer - sweat dripping and nothing to block off the sun. Well worth it though ;) - We took turns to leave the queue for the tickets to stand in the shade and breeze at the building. Included in the ticket is thankfully a short bus trip up to Stonehenge itself. And oddly enough, because they don't allow people too close, due to the layout, I managed to get pictures without people in it.

Stonehenge July 7th 2017
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No Smoke without a Fire (1409 words) by ximeria
Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: X-Men - All Media Types, X-Men (Movieverse), X-Men (Alternate Timeline Movies)
Rating: Mature
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Erik Lehnsherr/Charles Xavier
Characters: Erik Lehnsherr, Charles Xavier
Additional Tags: Alternate Universe - Modern Setting, Alternate Universe - Still Have Powers, Alternate Universe - Spies & Secret Agents, Humor
Series: Part 14 of 2017 Bimonthly Shorts (x-men AUs), Part 3 of MI6 - Mutant Division aka the Mad House
Summary:

Erik is getting an extra bit of training in, mostly because Charles claims he needs to stop relying on his gift to always get him out of trouble.


So it's all above board, unless you ask anyone else in the facility. They might have a different view on things.

The move is done...

Jul. 8th, 2017 07:48 pm
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As the title says, we've finished the move. Now, we're just trying to unpack. I didn't realize how much stuff we had. At least we have room for it now, instead of having to put some in storage. This is the first time since we got here on Tuesday that I've had to time to really relax and get online.

Also, I have a job! It's for Zaxby's (where I was working back in Mississippi), but this time, I'll be a manager. I'm a bit nervous, but feel that this will be a great opportunity for me. I like the other managers I've met, and I think I'll like it at this store. Wish me luck!

Well, that's it for now. I'll update again soon.
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