|Decoration in my office|
On a side note, the ICLC will have at least 3 dual citizens coming to study in London this spring. I have seen a number of cases of students coming over here to study, falling in love with Europe and chasing up their roots to find out if they can become dual citizens. Even if it isn't possible to to get a hold of that second passport, digging into family history and ancestry can be really interesting. A few years back I researched where my great grandfather on my father's side had been born in Northern Ireland. When my brother came to visit me in Dublin, we took a bus north of the border and found the site of the family farm that his birth certificate said he had been born in. It is now a tile shop, with very generous proprietors who gave us a large ceramic tile with a picture of a French boulangerie to commemorate our trip.
|Wall decoration outside Sarah's office|
|The Union flag with the Scottish Royal Standard sneaking in on the side|
-Claire (Elsie would have helped, but she is on holiday celebrating her new citizenship)