Blueberry Pointe on the Lake
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... only went once a day. It connected with the only train north to Vermont so we were concerned we were going to be stranded in Springfield. Ended up asking at the Amtrak Boston office and the station manager spent about 20 minutes checking timetables and even trying to get on to Greyhound buses for us. However, the train was ready earlier than they expected and we got to Springfield 20 minutes before the Vermont train was due. On arrival we discovered that the train to Vermont ...
... rather hyper/tired. I hope we didn't scare them too badly about parenthood.
We also took several walks down to the neighborhood playground, where he and A loved swinging high on the swings and exploring the toy car they have there. Carolyn came down from Portland and we took a walk on the new rail trail and through the woods a bit.
On one of ...
... gear. It was so wonderful to see many of my friends (wish everyone could have made it!) and discuss our excitement and worry for the future. I realized that I was definitely not alone and that everyone was experiencing similar emotions.
As part of our weekend celebration we made a pilgrimage back to Mt. St. James to see our beautiful campus through the eyes of alumni! Walking through campus and seeing that everything was as I had left it was ...
... out the layout and identifying what will go where. We went ahead with building our main LED screen behind the main stage, yet here is where things got a little off. Based on the height of the roof, we were only able to get the wall minus one row built. This is not uncommon because we have to adjust for the varying venues, but for some reason, the amount of delays and hang-ups just kept piling up. For starters, there is a flying truss that spans across the audience so ...
... that divert our attention for the sheer idiocy of the charade.
The years thunder by. The dreams of youth grow dim where they lie caked in dust on the shelves of patience. Before we know it, the tomb is sealed.
Where, then, lies the answer?
In choice. Which shall it be – bankruptcy of purse or bankruptcy of life?”