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... for the day.
Seriously in most of my photos to date in this blog I have either had helmet hair, hat hair, and in this photo - head massage hair - honesty there's no point using a hair dryer when I can get my hands on one, because it is so humid here, I'm over it:-)
It was really hot when we left the house today - 34 degrees and humid. Sharon and I saw The Heat ...
... charge. The Confederates attacked at five different angles in succession and thousands of folks took part, all charging towards the high water mark. As each brigade reached Cemetery Ridge, a bugler from the unit played taps, nine renditions started sequentially. Very somber and haunting.
Peg here. As we marched across the field, over the fences of the Emittsburg Road, I realized what the men of Pickett's division faced. The re-enactment ...
... I watched as the TSA agent paused the conveyer belt and looked puzzled. Yup, thats me, I thought. I was wrong. Beth's bag was the culprit. I went and stood while the TSA agents looked through it. They pulled a large bottle of bug spray that was 1oz over the allowed...thats understandable I thought. Then they pulled out her pocket knife..and I thought to myself, great, now I am on the no-fly list. The agents were cheerful enough and no ...
... summer. Ironically though, most people carry sweaters with them in the summer, as the A/C indoors gets so cold. But from September-May, the weather is supposedly beautiful - 70's & 80's....and always sunny! Most people actually only go to the beach in the winter...which means I'll be home for Christmas with a tan ;)
Bahrain is an island, but as the public beaches are more conservative, most people choose to ...
... greeted nicely at the desk by a man who i instantly knew was Filipino by his accent. he was very friendly and checked us in swiftly. as we conversed, i really wanted to ask if he was pinoy or not and at the end, as we were handed our room key, i posed the question. lo and behold, he's pinoy. yay! i know my pinoy radar was still good. i signed the paper with what looked like a discounted rate and ...