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... the city and all date back to the late 1800s. The designs on the tombstones particularly interested me as there were only three repeated patterns: a winged skull, a cherub’s face, or an oil lamp with an overhanging willow branch. Apparently these designs were typical of the period, symbolising death and peace.
We stopped for lunch at Little Italy café opposite North Church then took a quick tour inside the church. Instead of rows of pews, a family ...
... counting), and get to spend a whole week at home. Then I am back in Boston for two weeks and go home again for a whole month. Classes are winding down and clubs are planning end of the semester events. It is so weird! Things are so close together. We are having a great time but I am very excited to spend some time with my friends from home and of course, my amazing family.
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... and some lines. The cast is already hilarious and I am very ready to be acting, singing, and dancing once again. This production is completely directed and managed by students which is another cool opportunity. I am also rushing for the sororities on campus this weekend and I will definitely post more about that as it happens.
That is just about all I have for today. I will try to get on and post some pictures on here as well! Thanks for reading.
... We headed into town and headed on the subway down to Fanueil Hall. Enjoyed the market, some of the street performers and got the girls a Red Sox hat. We ended up getting back and checked into the Lenox Hotel around 4. Headed to Fenway Park and got there about 5:15. Toured around the area of Fenway and then hit Yawkey Way. Had an italian sausage and beer and got ready for the game. I took the girls around the ...
... names, and I found out that his name was Bob. One of his friends was also from Wisconsin (and a former student) and named Richard. The last of their party was named Lawrence, and he was, quite obviously, from Scotland. By 'quite obviously', I mean that he was wearing a Scottish woolen cap (I believe it is called a glengarry, but don't quote me on that) and a t-shirt that said Scotland on it.
Also, he kept calling me 'lass'. I don't think I've felt ...