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... the vehicle, and who has a long Buick history behind him. He worked on my car doing all the preventative & maintenance work required, and gave me honest counsel and sound advise, and was the voice of reason when I started getting myself wrapped up in fantasies of CAM changes, head swaps and carby changes. Thank you for your friendship, for your interest in what I was doing and my journey, and thank you for your high quality of work. Thank you too to Maddy & Steve who ...
I flew out of Seattle today to Cleveland, Ohio to collect my new (for me) 1976 Buick Electra.
I now understand why my friends almost fell off their chairs with laughter when I mentioned 'Cleveland' - there is somewhere that can be colder than Seattle, Washington in Winter! When I arrived and walked out of the airport to get a taxi, I felt little flutterings against my face - it was only when I looked into the light of the nearest light that I realized it was lightly snowing!!
... so once again I was greeted my two very big cuddly dogs. The patients in particular loved them, and some children that hadn't opened up, seemed to relax around the animals. I cannot get this out of my mind, it's such a good idea and one I'm taking home with me! I'd love for our hospital to have this kind of facility within it. And whilst money is an issue I cannot help but dream of finding a way to make something ...
JD's 65th birthday today! Left Sturbridge at 7am. Trying to make Cleveland today for a shorter drive tomorrow. Took a different route through New York.. Took the southern route closer to Ithaca to enjoy the fall colors. 700 miles today..just under 12 hours..stayed near Cleveland after getting delayed by some horrific rush hour traffic at the ...
... through the apartment complex for a week leading up to my departure was why I was sad. Reading this quote and having it really hit home is why I was sad:"You will never be completely at home again, because part of your heart always will be elsewhere. That is the price you pay for the richness of loving and knowing people in more than one place."Saying "it's not goodbye, it's see you later" about 30 times in a week is why I was sad. Meaning it wholeheartedly every time ...
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