The Morning Glory Bed & Breakfast
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... and what hers will be is that she is locked in a camp meant to train her as government property. It’s a career she has no control over: not over location, duration, content, pay...From now on, her life revolves around what her uniform represents. She will be trained to defend a country, an idea of democracy, and the people who live within it. Her needs will be put behind those of the ‘greater good.’ Whatever that means.
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... their facilities are great. We spent the morning in Starbucks enjoying an expensive tea and stealing their wifi. Cranston is a pretty well to do neighborhood so we were surrounded by some pretty snazzy looking business people. After we were done at Starbucks we grabbed a quick lunch in the Westy and started driving to Connecticut! When we got to New Haven it was pouring rain outside so we spent the evening watching Star Trek and playing Super ...
... and beautiful. They are occupied by a motley collection of local businesses (pet food store, gym,children's clothing outlet, veterinarian), clearly much different from their heyday. Ware was followed by picturesque villages like West Brookfield, with a town green surrounded by white houses and a church.
As we meandered south into Connecticut, the landscape started to change, gentling a bit as we went along. Fewer conifers, towns closer together. I ...
... We did a gentle saunter of the harbour area and beat a retreat to the highway out of Massachusets and on into Connecticut.
After yesterday's storm, apparently called Gonzalo, today's outlook was much better - bright sun and warm again. We stopped off at a Walmart to survey the cheaper side of clothing and took advantage of a Subway for a sandwich lunch before motoring down the highway towards New Haven via Providence and Rhode Island. It was a good ...
... to act someone's life out for them? The first American sitcom without much of the 'com': milk is delivered door to door, peas are snapped, breakfast is made by mothers, lawns are mowed by fathers, school is attended by youths, and dreams are sacrificed for stubbornness, fear, and tradition. The people of Grover's Corner live uneventful lives.
The third act takes place in the town's cemetery. Half the main characters are now ...