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... that tomorrow I can attend the Country Living Fair that's sponsored by "Country Living Magazine."
Our plan is to arrive in Virginia by Sunday. First up, Historic Jamestowne, the actual site of the landing of the first English-speaking settlement in the New World; followed by a visit to Jamestown Settlement, which is a living history museum of the people who lived there.
God bless America!
... down. We huddled under the marquee tent and I painted butterflies and a Spiderman mask as the rain finally died down enough for everyone to leave.
Thankfully, that was the last of the rain we saw the rest of the day and both shows were well-attended by lovely people who were all about showing their appreciation for the acts. When John was out of make-up, Jeremy and Stacy picked us up around 10pm and we went downtown to a bar where we were served by ...
... br> brought her over the past year was immeasurable. I will never forget that.
Being welcomed back on the lot was lovely. We’d been gone
just long enough that everything was tinged with a little bit of unfamiliarity
but hugs and condolences from our friends made it feel like home again. We were
able to park near the backdoor next to the Moss’ house and after visiting
Tavana in the road office to get paid, we set John’s props ...
... random ****. Josh then decided, as he hadn't been paying for accommodation at crystals, he would use his saved money to buy a limo for the evening to take all 7 of us into Grand Rapids. $150 and an hour later equipped with champagne and alcoholic whipped spray cream, our stretch white escalade arrived looking super tacky bling. Climbed in and let the carnage ensue. Progressively getting more ******, rolling over each other, firing champagne corks and spray everywhere ...
... I really am underneath all that decoration. I've forgiven his guarded presence. He only needs time.
As I look at that person, I feel a sense of trust returning. His intuition seemed silent, and words fell from his lips without passion or conviction. But that's changing. That emotional intensity which empowered him, defeated him, abandoned him; It's on the horizon, winking with a cheeky smirk at the thought that it'd ever be put ...