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... excited about finishing the rest of the semester strong, then coming back next semester!
So here is the short list of updates from my life!
I had a wonderful birthday with my friends here. We went out to the Cheesecake Factory and hung out together until 5 am. It was awesome. I absolutely love them all. Who knew I could have such great friends in such a small amount of time!
The next week was all about Urinetown and tech rehearsals. Every ...
... 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.
Thanks again for reading my blog. I will try to post more often!
Love you all,
... more like a cross between a train and tram and arrived home flushed with success and no idea how much value remained on our shared $25.21 Charlie Card. On the trains, announcements are clear and loud. Oh and another little plus- see pic 3. I can't see Ted getting that through the Q state parliament. First stop was across the road at the library of the afore mentioned Church of Christ. Scientist. Here we paused to snap a view. Pic 4. We wanted to go into ...
... of Jayne, Pam and Leon. Pam is a professor at Providence College, and Leon is a retired professor, who after retirement went back to school and obtained a law degree. Pam recently earned another degree from a design school, where she specialized in photography. She shared her photo portfolio with us. She has entered her award-winning work in many shows. After lunch Pam and Leon took us on a tour of Providence.
Back in ...
... Italian neighborhood to overpriced yuppie ghetto filled with expensive Italian restaurants and some remaining Italian-themed businesses.
The Freedom Trail continues into the modern downtown. Faneuil Hall, the “Cradle of Liberty” which hosted America’s first town hall meeting is now at the center of Quincy Market, an outdoor downtown shopping and restaurant center. I know the area well since I lucked out in July 2004 and somehow managed to get ...