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... he is in there, go apple picking with my family, and spend some girl time with my best friends! It is very much needed.
The last couple weeks have gone by very quickly. School work has ramped up and we are now fully into midterm season. I just had two this afternoon, but they were both fairly easy. I have been surprised by how easy my coursework has been. I am very interested in what is going on, but it isn't terribly difficult. I heard that from a ...
... a number of statements made that would not have fit the average person but it did me. She said she saw me working from home, travelling west to Vancouver, and a lot about the kids. She had me sappy and missing them all so on the way back to camp I messaged each of them. Got a response from all but one. YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE!!! hahaha Still love you all. xoxoxox
Arrived Boston early, and didn't rush to get out of airport. Initially waited for a free shuttle, but it didn't show up after about 20 minutes, so we caught a taxi to the Courtyard Marriott Tremont hotel ($40) including tip. Delighted to find our room was ready so we could go straight up. A comfortable enough room, but no fridge. We just stayed a short while, but didn't unpack, then went for a long walk especially to find a tourist bureau. Saw lots of nice ...
... to go on a Harvard tour. On route we walked through the Boston Public Gardens again and went to see the bronze statues of the ducklings from the famous book “Make Way for Ducklings”. It’s a children’s picture book about a pair of mallards who decide to raise their family on an island in the lagoon in Boston Public Gardens. It is said the ducks never need professional polishing because children sit on ...
... After half an hour of this appropriate distance, the bus finally trundles down the road and pulls in. Slowly all the people who I have been secretly (or not so secretly) staring at move towards the bus. This is the time to break the appropriate distance rule and get a bit closer. We all board the bus with our mammoth bags and our ‘day packs’ (my day pack being my awkward front bag). Our two Green Tortoise drivers introduced themselves as Dave and Mike. Dave roughly explained ...