Rogers and Brown House Bed and Breakfast
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... I use my high energy times to get outside and enjoy myself and my lower energy times to enjoy being home.
When this "Unexpected Journey" started I said that I've been so lucky and done so much (check my other blogs to share in those adventures) that I didn't have a bucket list! I must be feeling better as I've changed my mind! There are so many places I want to go, dear family and friends across the globe to ...
... but only because we were too late for an escorted tour. It's an idiot-proof tour because they've laid a red brick trail in the middle of the footpath to follow, so all you have to do is follow it. Mind you, Jarn, with his left-handed sense of direction, still managed a wrong turn. The beauty of this tour is that you get to read all about each site from the map and even ten Spaniards yelling at once can't stop you. The down side comes when the weather turns nasty. It was ...
... in a place as old as Boston. John Hancock, the first person to sign the Dec. of Independence, Paul Revere, "The British are coming.." Silversmith and first Director of the Sanitation Dept. They lived here and are buried here. There is a memorial to Robert Gould Shaw and the 54th Mass Regiment. They were the first volunteer black regiment in the Civil War.
Back to the Lenox for a ...
... humble and genuine and I could not ask for a better
organization to begin my journey with.
After the mingling and getting to know everyone, a 6-minute documentary of ST’s
work in Rwanda was shown. Honestly, if I had the chance I would have packed my
bags and gone straight to Rwanda that very moment (I’m sure everyone watching
felt the same way). I don’t think there was one person in the room that didn’t have
goose bumps after ...
... plan and we are prepared. I'm psyched to get started. After Chemo, I'll get my haircut on Wednesday, short. Then I’ll have about 3 weeks before you see pictures in cool head wraps. Have you ever wondered why chemo patients often lose their hair? It's because the chemo targets the fastest growing cells in our bodies for the "kill." Cancer cells grow too fast. "They don't die enough." Our hair is made up of our fastest growing "normal" ...