Stone Manor Vineyard & Orchard B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... that to happen, I need them to recognize me as their leader, and follow me on to greater realms of intellectual glory. So students, until you hold that diploma in your hand, my first name is Miss.
#5: "Is this good enough?"
I haaaaaaaaaaaaaaate this phrase. It is so simple and unassuming, yet it makes me want to beat things against a wall. This one tiny phrase carries with it a weight of laziness, low expectations, ...
... i.e., Sabbath, literally a "ceasing". It is a rest from work, or a break, often lasting from two months to a year. The concept of sabbatical has a source in shmita, described several places in the Bible where there is a commandment to desist from working the fields in the seventh year. Therefore, in the strict sense, a sabbatical lasts a year. Today, a Sabbatical is a time away from work to study, write, and/or travel. This is the path we embark upon. After about 40 ...
... corner we are stopped and see Obama's motorcade drive past up. The presidential car has the special flags on it and is closely followed by a couple of black SUVs and an ambulance. We have to wait a while to be able to cross the road (don't know why since Obama's party has since left and there are no cars or bikes left).
A couple of blocks later we reach our final stop. The J Edgar Hoover FBI building is an unimpressive 70s style building. But I'm still excited at the thought ...
... Zipping up my bag for the last time before I go, loading up on the bus, walking into the airport, even going through security is exhilarating. I feel like a little kid, practically jumping for joy any time ANYTHING happens! We are boarding, so my next post will be from ...
... Missy! What is wrong with you?? You didn't call me! No one leaves alone!" Love you too, Lahr Dawg.
I tried to sleep for most of my bus ride to Heathrow. Heathrow was a breeze to check in. My luggage made weight (score! I was worried...), and upon exiting the glorious duty-free zone beyond security I managed to find a Starbucks and snag myself some breakfast. I also got some new lip gloss from Boots, because I think in the hectic ...