Poor House Farm Bed and Breakfast
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... s doing something he enjoys. He's being creative. But he has to slow down and focus in order to do it. He has to be calm and take his time."
She told me that she had started coloring with Charlie too, just for a half hour or so each night. It provided quality time for them to be together, but she also said that it was the most calming, relaxing part of her day.
This idea had never occurred to me before, but ...
... It had clothes and other things that I wouldn't need during the hike in Patagonia.
I got a ride to the airport from my friend Joe. The flight departs at 10 pm so I was there by 7:30. It should be plenty of time to check in and get ready for the long flight. This leg of the trip consisted of a ten-hour flight to São Paulo, five-hour layover, and another four hours to Santiago. It was long but I figured that I can try to sleep ...
... critically undermanned and likely can no longer protect the Seven Kingdoms, yet still many feel safer just knowing there is someone on “The Wall”.
The realm Casey and I “protect” is the jurisdiction that allows any one of us to step off into the unknown. We choose to move away from our individual comfort zones and strike out without a day-to-day plan other than a general compass direction. The guiding goals would be pursuing dreams ...
... just knocking themselves out, and realization finally hit me yesterday that I only have eight days left. Only eight days! Crazy.
I'm very excited to go back to Oxford, and this time it is easier because I know (sort of) what to expect. I know which bus to take out of Heathrow. I know how to get from the bus station to Pembroke (totally walking it this year instead of wasting 6 pounds - sidenote, just discovered my laptop ...
... such a thing. Sadly, it continues. Places we've never visited or sometimes even heard of are suddenly common vocabulary. Sandy Hook. Aurora. Virginia Tech. Columbine. And now, the Naval Yard. Every time it happens people debate and insist that we must find a way to stop such a thing from ever happening again.
I've heard lots of possibilities. One theory cited the dangers of bullying, or alienating members of society until they reach a ...