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... but thankful
because they are all the reason that I’m given this opportunity. Besides the
spectacular dance group of kids that performed at the beginning of the event (btw, I
seriously think I’m going to take dance lesson after watching that performance), my
favorite moment was during the auction when true colors were shown. Hands were
going up in every direction as supporters were donating to build courts for the years
to come. 5 courts are to come ...
... for lunch. This day was a great experience not to be missed. Back to hotel for scrub up and out to catch up with our friends (Malvin & Melony) for dinner. They shared some great testimonies with us and we have given them an open invitation to come and spend time with us in Brisbane. Boston is a great city and we have found the people here more friendly than Washington and New York. Chicago awaits us in a couple of ...
... to a shrew like man like who cannot speak English but keeps reading what I type as I tap away on my iPad keyboard. The train starts off almost immediately and we rumble under Manhattan bursting forth a few minutes later into bright sunshine. The bare metal silver train whizzes past fantastic views of New York......we settle in for the 4 1/2 hour run north east to Boston. We whizz through beautiful scenery. Weatherboarded houses in little creeks with expensive speed ...
... out. He later was a supporter of public education and a statue was built for him outside of the school. He is wearing his street clothes instead of an educational robe because he never graduated from high school. Other famous Bostonians like Paul Revere, Sam Adams, and John Hancock all went to this school as well. We then ventured over to the Old State House. On the top there is a unicorn symbolizing Scotland and a lion to represent our English rulers at ...
... 10 IA’s and 10 IS’s (International Students, of which I am one). Monday night was meant to get to know one another and meet everyone in your group while enjoying some pizza and cookies. I already knew a few exchange students in my group, and it was really great to meet some more students, both international as well as from Boston College. I was happy to hear that this was not just a one night thing, rather you will be meeting up with your group about once a ...