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... attended every game for 15 years. His name is Sam, and he is well-known to the ballot-distributing lady and pretty much everyone else, including a gentleman sitting in front of us, who also apparently attends every game. Lots of friendly banter between them.
... view, you feel as though this might be the same view that George himself saw in the 1700s. Reality hit as we started to make our way out to South Riding. Picture I-5 at rush hour around Ft. Lewis. We were either stopped in traffic or trying not to get run over by speeding cars and trucks. All the while Karen is trying to navigate through the maze of freeways, highways, and boulevards. Completely frazzled we arrived in front of niece Tia's house. We spent the evening ...
... of elderly passengers emptied and they all piled into the small centre.
Just my luck, however while they were watching a 10min film, I acquired my auto tours and headed for the main film starting at 9. I was the only one in the theatre fior the entire 45 min film!!!!! When I came out and they had all gone.
Anyway, to put the first battle in context,
1860 - Lincoln elected in November on a federalist platform. South Carolina secedes ...
... pointing towards our house! As we arrived within about a mile and a half from home, Ryan pointed out, "Now it just feels like we're coming home from Home Depot or something." So instead of a 32-day incredible and unforgettable odyssey with the family in our mini van, driving "one lap" from one coast to the other coast and back, once we got near home, it just felt like we were coming home from an errand. Well, that's the perspective of a 9-year old ...
... that were there only to keep the protests peaceful. Again, I’m not into the politics… just taking note of what I saw.
I learned that my cousins are WAY fun. They may be closer in age to my parents, but they walked with me every step of my trip… pretty impressive if you ask me. They told me they were seeing things they had never seen before and they lived in the Philippines their whole lives. I think we helped teach each other a few ...