Let's Review...

I want to take you through some of the photos I've posted recently that I never promoted on the front page of my site. Just to give you some context, as a lot of them mean a lot to me, or are of "historical significance." Let's watch!
This is Cranbrook, Kent in England.This is where I spent 7 years of my life at Dulwich Prep School and Cranbrook school for two and five years respectively.
This is St. Dunstan's Church in Cranbrook - I spent many a Sunday in here against my will. Not saying I didn't want to go to church but when you're 15, there's a lot more you want to be doing with your precious weekend.
This is Cranbrook School where I did 5 years of hard time. The main building (the big one) is from Elizabethan times and the school charter was given to the school by Queen Elizabeth I herself.
This is Crowden house - my boarding house for 4 of the 5 years I was at Cranbrook. It was a pretty decent place.
This is School Lodge, the first year boys boarding house. Interesting fact, the housemaster while I was there was actually the devil himself. Not many people know that.
Have you ever wanted to travel back in time? Well I did in December. From L to R, that's Emma, Becky and Sarah. Sarah is my (ex-girl)friend and Emma and Becky are two of her close friends. I hadn't seen them in almost 8 years. That's time travel. TECHNOLOGY!
This is my Grandmother - the legendary Grandmother. The world's toughest woman.
This is Burnt House - my Grandmother's house, and the center of my existence, simply because it's the only thing that hasn't changed in my 26.5 years on this planet.
We took my nieces to the Hiller Aviation Museum in San Carlos a few weeks ago. It was really neat to be able to share my love of aviation with them. Incredibly, they loved it and there was no cries of "Uncle Alex, I'm bored, can we go now?" They loved it and asked a ton of questions, and were genuinely impressed by all the displays.