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... I did not have my own recipe with me so had to find one on internet. It smells and looks good! We are to be at Kristin’s around 5:30 for dinner. It has rained off and on all day and is supposed to rain heavily tomorrow. It is dark here by 4:45 each evening – depressing. We had a Chinese dinner at Kristin’s! Everyone arrived at different times so we ate as we arrived. This was very good Chinese and lots of it! They will have several ...
... into the area. The houses are modest though very uniform and well maintained. Generally slate grey shingles and typically New England style (Obviously ). The key feeling is one of understated wealth. It appears very conservative and very "comfortable". When walking down to the docks, it is a deep sea fishing haven as ...
... WI, in the waiting room of a free clinic. Unexpectedly, I was in and out of the clinic room quite fast and had all my questions answered and then just had to wait for the papers. Unfortunately, for me, when the papers were ready and I was called back, they were not the papers I was expecting and hoping for. All I needed was one silly little signature saying I was healthy and able to travel. What I got was, hey go to this OTHER clinic no where near here or where ...
... s the American city most similar to European cities, at least when compared
with the Houston, Phoenix, and Las Vegas type cities around the country. And it’s
a good thing I like Boston because my brother now lives there with his wife
right near the heart of town, so I can visit every so often.
I didn’t always feel that way about cities. Maybe it’s because
I lived in a dense urban neighborhood until I was six and then grew up mostly
Four people getting ready in one small bathroom is certainly doable, but it sure takes a while. That explains why we didn't get on the road to Harvard until around 9:45. As expected it took an hour to get there. Once in Cambridge, Tommy dropped us off and found a place to park. We purchased tickets for the Harvard tour presented by a current student and waited for Tommy to catch up. Our tour guide, Savannah, was a sophomore Biology major ...