Pleasant View B&B
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... of calm. When I opened my eyes at the end of class, a light inside me merged with the light outside. I left with unexpected energy for the days ahead.
I was back in Boston from December 9th through the 13th for Chemo Cycle 5 "mini-vacation." I stayed at the very hip Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel in the Seaport (with a very good rate.) The guest/staff service was extraordinary. Special thanks to Managers, Michelle and Adam and to ...
... quit, and just say I've done enough already. That was not a helpful thought to put into my head. But I trudged forward and guess what? Not "brutal." It's not so bad. Mind over matter does work and as long as I prioritize my exercise and yoga, I'll get through this part too. I am avoiding crowds as my white counts have been low for months. I have to be extra careful not to be exposed to illness or infection. That could cause a serious setback. So ...
... of connection within minutes. I love their home as well - you'll see what I'm talking about. Well, that's about it - I've got only 6 days left here in my cabin, then I'll head South to Londonderry and next Wednesday I've to leave... Cheers, Ulli Hallo aus NH, es ist nicht viel passiert in letzter Zeit, ich war ein wenig faul - außerdem nähert sich mein Urlaub leider langsam dem Ende und ich versuche, so viel Entspannung wie ...
... more vivid. We had decided to visit the Shaker Village at Canterbury in deepest New Hampshire. It was highly recommended by the travel guides, offering a rare glimpse into the history and lifestyle of this tiny, former English, religious sect. The shaking comes from their form of worship which involves much singing and dancing about, hence the "outsiders" perception of them shaking. We arrived around midday and took advantage of two guided tours, one ...
... with more seating in the back. We opted to sit in the booths to people watch and leaf peep. Oldies music blared out and I sang along to most of the songs.
After a ridiculously awesome breakfast at the Main Street Diner, we climbed at The Parking Lot Wall. Really. It's called that because you literally drive into the lot, park, and hike 20 steps up to the rock with a lot of routes. This is my kind of approach!
We climbed a few ...