Victorian Rose Garden Bed & Breakfast
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... piece of clothing and tucked it into my backpack; trying to stuff toiletry bags and other random sundries in between bulkier items like sweaters so they wouldn’t be crushed and explode everywhere during transit.
There was no time to think and contemplate on the issue of if I needed to bring the crocodile skin belt for trekking in the Himalayas. At this point it in time it was coming, it didn’t have a choice. Should I bring three sweaters or ...
... events. I won't be speaking or writing (essentially LIVING) in English.
And to be honest, that scared me.
But it is something that I have been wanting to do, and looking forward to doing. And it all begins tomorrow. Because when I get on that plane, there's no turning back.
Until April, 28th anyways. But by then, I most likely won't be wanting to come back.
... as many complimentary goodies as we can. Our flight to Narita Airport leaves in less than two hours. Since we lose a day crossing the international date line, the next time we will check in is tomorrow.
Are we there yet???
... end…..well almost. Kenny went out to get the car and pull it up to the parking area where Dee's townhouse is where we were waiting. Kenny was taking a long time, so we started to walk slowly to the car. When we almost got to the car there was Kenny walking our way. The key to his car fell off his key ring and he couldn’t find it. We must have spent the greater part of an hour looking for it in the ...
... take my bags to the parking lot, load the car, and stop by my dad's office on the drive back to say hello. I go home, unload, and take my phone to Verizon to turn my emails back on (wasn't working for some reason, and nowhere to be found) and it's time to be connected to the world again. Although it was quite wonderful to be out of touch as well. Back home and unpack. Jet lag and early sleep. I'm home.