A few days ago, my partner and I were walking around London in our favourite pink-and-purple-striped summer dress.

The sky was the perfect colour for the sunsets, and we could see every direction, but as the sky grew darker and darker, we began to feel the effects of the flu.

It felt like the flu was taking over, like the world was going to end.

And then suddenly, the flu came back, this time with a vengeance.

I had no idea what to do next.

We both looked like we were about to lose our minds.

We couldn’t believe that something that had been the catalyst for so much happiness and joy was taking a turn for the worse.

It was like we had entered the realms of the dead.

We had all the flu-fighting tricks and treatments that everyone seems to have on hand, but there were so many other options.

We decided to go to a specialist spa and see what the fuss was all about.

This, after months of waiting for our bodies to catch up, seemed like a great opportunity to look at a variety of options.

A spa in the heart of the capital and a trip to a spa in London that has its own spa?

What was I missing? 

I found the spa by following the directions online. 

I called a few times, but they didn’t seem to have anything new.

The one spa I was told to come to was in Notting Hill, which has a reputation as the place where the worst flu outbreaks occur.

The spa I called was in one of the old Victorian buildings in the capital.

And the owner of the spa was so pleasant and friendly that I couldn’t imagine the flu wouldn’t hit us. 

The spa in Notting Haram, in east London, where a lot of people are now experiencing the flu epidemic, is in a former Victorian building in NottingHill. 

When I arrived, I walked into the lobby and walked into an open area where there were no doors and I could just see all the people who had come from the city centre and the surrounding areas.

It’s hard to imagine what the staff were thinking.

There were a lot more people at the spa than people were supposed to be in the building.

There was a huge group of people waiting for me to leave, so I decided to walk out of the building without waiting for them to finish waiting.

I saw people running about the room, and people were walking behind people in the hallway.

I was a bit startled when I realised that everyone else was just sitting in the same spot.

I just started walking towards them and as I was walking past them, I realised there was a little girl in the room with her mother.

She had a big smile on her face and was saying, ‘I think I’ve had a bit of a cold’.

She was so excited about the flu and all the other things she’d heard about it.

The flu is a scary disease, and it is especially scary for young children, so everyone was crying. 

Then I saw a little boy walking behind me.

He was so happy, he was smiling, but he was in a panic.

His mum was talking to him about the cold, and he was asking questions like, ‘Do you have any ice cream?’

I could see he was scared of the cold and couldn’t eat it, so he kept asking me if I could bring some ice cream.

I didn’t know how to answer him.

I think he was just scared.

I couldn.

I tried to explain to him, but I couldn´t explain it well enough. 

At one point, someone was talking about the importance of taking care of your body, but when I tried explaining this to him I just felt he was confused and it made me feel really bad.

I felt so bad because I was so scared. 

Finally, I said to the girl in my group, ‘You should bring some iced tea.’

She started crying.

The people in my room started crying too.

She couldn’t talk to me anymore, she couldn’t tell me what was going on, and I couldn`t explain why she couldn` t say anything to me. 

She was very upset. 

So I told her, ‘Let me try and help you, I’ll take you to the water, I promise.’

So I took her there, and she took me there to a little water fountain.

I went and sat there and waited for the water to come.

Then I told my partner, ‘Look, I’m sorry I couldn�t be there for you.

I’m so sorry.’ 

She started crying again.

I told him, ‘Take her to the fountain.’ 

I was going through so much trouble to find water, and then suddenly it came, and there was no ice cream, so she brought me ice cream instead. 

That was the first time