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... be outside while the weather is still decent.
When Mom was furloughed at the beginning of October, we were all a bit shocked, but it gave us the opportunity to spend time together and we even made a trip to the beach! And I, of course, managed to get sunburned in October. That takes talent.
A few weeks later we had our Keegin Family Reunion at Laurel Racetrack, which I especially loved because I have a gambling probl...um- I mean, I just love horses so ...
... crafts and souvenirs Buggies, plows and tools around the farm Driving to and from the village we saw Amish traveling along the road in their horse draw buggies. Back on the bus, it was time for a "get to know your bus mates" activity. This involved the isle person (me) moving two seats back in the bus and "speed dating" that person. After about 5 or six moves we had to introduce our current new friend to the rest of the bus. Just ...
... could see. Incredibly humbling. Soldiers have been buried there since the Civil War. We saw the Grave of the Unknown Soldier, and the Changing of the Guard. The grave is guarded 24 hours a day and every half hour a new soldier takes over, the process we all watched. It's very respectful. We then headed to JFK's grave just as it started to rain. Robert Kennedy is buried at the bottom of a hill, not too far from his brother. Both John F Kennedy, his wife Jackie, ...
... we've had in many months. Hard to believe it wasn't that long ago we were living in tents sleeping on inflatable mats.
Our first stop after deciphering the metro system and the cheapest and most efficient way of traveling we were armed with 'smart cards' and made our way to the Newseum, seven floors of news and journalistic history as well as fantastic insights into the way freedom of press has shaped the nation and the world today. We were welcomed by ...
... the C&O Canal and the Potomac River, about 5 minutes from the White House as the crow flies and yet very isolated from the urban insanity. Sister Teri and the professor, Mike, have raised their three children in the same house that we grew up in, but now it's hard to believe that eight of us even fit in here. We would have to eat dinner in two shifts because the kitchen table only sat six, so we were constantly remanded to "shut up ...
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