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... seeing Jerry in the blue fleece pullover with last week's pigeon poop stains and it will be nice to spend an entire day not knowing from which end his insides burst forth (I'll get that report at dinner).
The gel polish on my fingernails is chipped, my raincoat is stained from the countless planes, trains, buses, taxis, and park benches it has graced, and my brain is tired from converting ...
... hell through the heart of the town would have looked so unusual. More of that later... We sat down and had a nice lunch of locally caught clams and crab cakes - yummy! We were in a small restaurant that in it's former life was a saloon! We also sat on the dock and had some cooling ice cream - candy floss and sherbet flavour! We took a trolley tour of Annapolis which was very interesting, showing us all of the sights of the the city, interesting buildings and the naval academy. And ...
... I followed through the procedure on the screen and got the voucher for the ticket up on the screen but before I could print it it disappeared (I don't know if I accidentally clicked on something or what but it was gone). I tried to go to my hotmail account to to retrieve the confirmation but hotmail detected I had logged on from a different device and security wouldn't let me through. Eventually I gave ...
... tactics and its importance as each gallery that contained battlefield information.
Another feature of the galleries were the first time things were done, like ready made size clothing, battle field signal flags, income taxes and more. [I tried to take pics of some].
Spent about three hours going through the museum - and it was well worth the time. Tomorrow we will go to some of the park ranger talks at various places around the Gettysburg ...
... story that I was the ultimate cause of our breakup, but obviously there were things Miranda had done to hurt me, just as there were things I had done to hurt her. We were both at fault, although a good portion of the weight of the collective fault was mine. Nevertheless, those bitter, angry, resentful things didn't come up in me as I talked to Miranda this past week. Those hurtful memories, those painful encounters, were not what represented her ...