Brooklyn Center Suites
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... filled the room. It was lovely to watch as Gram held Rob's hand and talked about how she never wanted to live to 103. She talked about family, Rob showed her my engagement ring and she seemed thrilled, Suzi, her mother and Ron arrived part way through the visit and for a while there was lots of talking about 'news'. Things are still a little tense between Rob and his parents, I feel so sorry for him. After a confusing trip to the hotel, Rob went to meet his friends, Bill and Jay. I ...
... hard time forgiving myself and the other person for being in relationships that don't give me what I need. Expectations are a killer!!!
I do not want to go back to work in the telecom. industry that I have been in for almost 2 decades. That **** will surely kill me.
I missed my AA meetings more than I thought I could. The fellowship and messages that I receive are invaluable to keeping me sane. I'm so glad I could come ...
... hanging in his face, arms still tied up with a rubber cord, probably very recently feeling the effects of the needle in his arm and the white horse charging around his veins. On the same block we saw the happy hooker, a pretty lady in her 50’s with ample cleavage on display, standing on the corner in her pretty woman gear, gazing out with a fixed smile on her face, waiting for her next john, and pay next check. This isn’t what we were expecting from downtown Vancouver, ...
Bookstore - Starbucks - Walmart - panda express Yea it rained the whole stay in Portland so we crashed in a Walmart parking lot and spent a couple hours in a book store. It was a biggie bookstore though... 3 floors! We will have to come back because there was much more to be seen here. And it's on our list of places to ...
... the 23rd Psalm ("The Lord is my shepherd..."). The lyrics were written by Robert Hunter in 1970. I think much of the song speaks for itself, so without saying too much about it, I found that it gave me much comfort over the past 11 days, and in some ways, it drew striking parallels with my journey, the purpose behind it, and my feelings surrounding it.
If my words did glow with the gold of sunshine,
And my tunes were played on the harp ...