Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Leaving for London UK

Today is the day - passport in hand, headed to the airport in a couple of hours, destination "London" - Excited, nervous, good mix of a bunch of emotions.... everything seems back on track. Lets hope this all works out!

Patrick, best boyfriend ever, is driving three hours to get me to DFW - One of the most insane airports ever. American Airlines - I will be getting into London at 10:30am tomorrow. My photographer for Thursday, is meeting me outside of baggage - I am relying on a lot of things to just 'happen' - hope they do.

*crosses fingers*


9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Good Luck Doll and have a safe trip. Hopefully, the photog who set this up won't flake out on you. Leaving the laptop is definitely a good idea; don't pack too much since I'm sure you'll be bringing a ton of stuff back. Happy Samhain to you (do Brits celebrate Halloween btw?).
Cheers and good vibes to you!!

PD said...

Good luck & have a good time! Can't wait to hear the details. Dirty & otherwise.
:)

Anonymous said...

Have a blast in London, make sure that you take advantage of our Indian summer in the UK.

Regards

Kudos :)

richard said...

Agree with not schlepping laptop but first reason is wrong. The AC adapter is designed to work on all major power systems. You would only need an inexpensive adapter plug. Have fun.
Bad timing on DC trip as I will be in Cali.
xxx

PoCrizzle said...

safe & enjoyable travels...

.mosa said...

safe trip dear
.mosa/1pixart

Derek said...

Have a great time! That's a place that I would like to visit someday finances permitting. Visit the Sherlock Holmes museum or get tied up in the Tower of London for me. ;)

Dubbayoo said...

Did you change your twitter name? Your page is gone.

Mike said...

I had the honor of shooting with London in London the last four days and want to let it be known around the world London Andrews is a f'n rock star and, by the way, an outstanding and super-professional model who can walk into any situation--in real life or on camera--and make it her own, while being completely supportive of the photographer's vision and even helping her photographers find their own artistic bliss. (See dictionary under "muse"--her name is right there.) She is easy to work with and easy to get along with and I recommend strongly that photographers who are serious about their art look for opportunities to work with her.