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... a better night. We left in the bottom of the 11th inning -- bonus baseball -- and just learned that the Angels won in 13, 1-0. Ah well. Will had a great time, cheering along with the crown and yelling "CHARGE" every time it was appropriate. He did keep rooting for "Evan Longloria" and I kept explaining to him that Evan didn't play in every game that we go to. You can take the boy out of the Trop but you can't take the Trop out of the boy.
We got to the game late because our ...
... different hours we largely just passed each other frequently. Figures of the Scholarship Number of Cities/Towns visited; 18 Number of States visited; 8 Number of hospitals visited; 9 Days spent at conference; 5 Number of journeys via aeroplane; 9 (10 322 mileage miles) Number of train journeys; 2 (117 miles-as the crow flies) Number of bus journeys; 38 Maximum temperature; 32 degrees Minimum temperature; -12 ...
... I biked around the Johns Hopkins campus and the harbor before heading to meet my host for the night, Christine. Tomorrow I'm planning on hanging around Baltimore and having a coffee before leaving for DC, it's only about 45 miles so it should be easier than the last few days. Tomorrow is the 50th anniversary of the march on Washington and Martin Luther King Jr's I Have a Dream Speech, so it should be interesting biking into DC while that is going ...
... I said goodbye to current co-workers, and I said goodbye to all the kids I've worked with in some capacity or another during the past five years. Saying goodbye to the kids was the hardest thing I've ever had to do, but they were another one of those elements of my current life that I had to let go of in order to pursue my Vision Quest. I had to go on alone, and without baggage. Let everything go. The night before my departure I threw away everything I had that wouldn't fit in ...
... joined hands and raised them skyward. "Welcome to the circle of brotherhood. Let your spirit soar!" For the second half of our dance,
we each held hands with only one guy and turned around him while maintaining eye contact. Whoa, this was weird! I searched the crowd for other Johnnies' faces, and saw looks of nervous amusement on them.
Things calmed down after the opening dance. We members of the Circle were ...
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