Pillsbury House Bed & Breakfast
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... Bartlett, even on our mountain home, most all of the leaves are on the ground. We arrived when the area had just the beginning blush of color – really 99.9% green and now we're 99.9% grey – grey from the tree trunks predominant color and the grey skies. To have experienced this season – to have lived this season among the forests, streams and mountains - has filled me with joy and pleasure – has ...
We are staying in a beautiful apartment in Jamaica Plain about 8 miles outside the city. This is a new experience using the apartment rental site airbnb.com. The neighbourhood is family orientated and friendly. Everyone wants to help us get around, maybe we just look needy? The guide book said that everyone here eats granola, from what we have seen ...
... like bird feeders and dog biscuits. I asked Kristin about support staff and she said she promotes the. "Backing off" wherever she can. She said if we allow it, we become the biggest cue for our young people and that's a huge risk when we won't always be there.i also asked her about leadership and she was adamant that it had to be collaborative if it was going to support the child, that she insists on all being involved in decisions ...
No more packing suitcases.
No more countdowns until departure.
No more anxious feelings of forgetting something. Because at this point, it's getting left behind.
The wait is finally over, and tomorrow I get on the plane to return to Germany.
Everyone says there is one trip that they would love to go on. One place they would love to visit. The "trip of a lifetime," ...
... have been a very patient person for most of my life and this city has drained about 85% of that patience. 2. Wind. Period. Dot. And you can't say energy because I'm pretty sure that wasn't discovered until fairly recently. Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe the ancient people thought wind was a benefit. I could see it in the warmer weather days, but at the same time it's just moving the hot nastiness around. So, ...