Wellesley Bed & Breakfast
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... and wishes on my trip. It was perfect, you could say, friends from school, home, open mic, all converging together at some times, finally meeting each other, and all having the same love and affection. It's been a moving farewell - evcen was blessed with a birthday party by the choir at 1st Congregational church, with a beautiful chocolate cake made just for me! well ok, for everyone, but I had the HUGEST slices, mmm mmmm. So thank you, all, near and far, for your good intentions ...
... 1 year to heal from the treatments and rebuild strength. I'm grateful that I was strong coming into this, and I have been able to keep a minimal level of fitness up. I read this very interesting recent New York Times article: <a target="_blank" href="http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/26 /magazine/what-if-age-is-nothing-but-a- mind-set.html" rel="nofollow"> http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/26/magaz ine/what-if-age-is-nothing-but-a-mind-s et.html</a> It's ...
... way. Realizing that all that was over hit me pretty hard when we got to the airport. We were happy to be home and all the little joys that go along with seeing the people we love - the cats looking out the door waiting for us, the feel of our own bed and pillows, brushing our teeth with sink water...and of course football for Roger! There's no doubt that this trip will be one that stays with us and we are already trying to figure out when we can go back.
... wrong direction. I still need to work on that. My destination was actually right in front of me. I only would have had to look up. It was sitting on a hill. Duh.
So after finally finding it and finding a nice place to sit, close up front I was curious to what to expect. Once again I was impressed that I got to meet someone who is very down to earth and accesible. I met so many other nice and friendly people too, but ...
... look huge! I assume it is all the walking and cycling we’ve done this holiday, and not the amount of bread and breakfast pastries I’ve eaten. Just in case, we opt for another ‘light’ CPK salad for dinner. Followed by pumpkin cheesecake to share. Isn’t pumpkin a vegetable? (A quick Google tells me that pumpkin is in a fact a fruit as it is "a fleshy plant that has seeds inside and comes from a flower". Like a tomato. So ...