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... photo of me weighing pants at the target). In addition to weight, I look at each item and determine:
- is it important enough to me to carry on my back for over 200 miles
- do I think I can get it / replace it on my journey
- am I packing my fears*
Every day, I ...
... other fun boutiques I headed over to Floyd's to pick up Andrew for lunch at Nicksons Eatery.Nicksons Eatery. The ambience of the restaurant is eclectic farmhouse mixed with sports bar. The food was to die for. Andrew braved the egg topped Elk Burger and a dark ale while I chowed down on Texan brisket tacos and sangria. I can honestly say that the food was delicious, satisfying and would rate in my top 10 ...
... sad to be leaving home and I know I'm going to miss all my friends and family, but I'm ready for a change of scenery and am looking forward to my trip.
As a heads up for anyone interested or just some background for what my situation is, here goes:
I'm a currently a Junior biology major at Valparaiso University and will be studying abroad in Cambridge, England next semester. While Valpo has a program for its students and a study center, I will be directly enrolling ...
... of St. Therese. They have the largest and best collection of Little Flower relics and memorabilia outside of Lisieux. It was amazing you could feel her presence of my favorite saint."
Highlights of the National Shrine museum include: the original statue of St. Therese commissioned in the 1920’s; young Therese’s tambourine, the original map she drew of North America at age 12, the original oil painting of her ...
From: MB Shaw <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Sharyn M. Davis <email@example.com>
Sent: Friday, December 9, 2011 11:54 AM
Subject: Re: Happy Holidays 2011
As the Holidays approach I tend to reflect back upon my year and take stock, this being a habit from my corporate days, oh perish the thought. Anyway, 2011 ...