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Jetzt ist es gerade 9:19pm und ich sitze auf meinem Bett, in
einer definitiv unbequemen Lage – aber leider ist es schon die bestmögliche in
diesem Raum :D Und mein Computer ist soooo lahm, weil ich gerade alle 996
Bilder von meiner Kamera am hochladen bin. Und diese Nach muss ich drei
... br> Finding the store, 'Payless' where Abbie got brand new pumps for $12 and Josh got a pair of running shoes for $25.
Our trip around the northeast has been incredible. Every city we have visited has been entirely different; from underground cities to skyscrapers, beaches and parks, thunderstorms and brilliant sunshine. We have thoroughly enjoyed our time here, we will be back, however our west coast tour beckons!
Lots of love, J&A xx
... were about to take -off into some whacky joyous realm.
Filling in a few hours between my departure for cousin Ellen and Jon's earlier to his brother in Michigan, I go to the little park cnr T street and Anna J Cooper Cr. less than a minute from the apartment and do a couple of drawings of the houses and reflect upon DC and our mixed neighbourhood . Jon's right, it's a rough, tough place for many and although this is a mixed middle -class area, the ...
... on the the Roosevelt memorial which was amazing and well done. Some of his quotes are just so moving and he clearly made a big impact on the development of USA. We then walked around to Martin Luther King's memorial which was my personal favourite. Due to lighting and our camera being broken we don't have any pictures of it but I won't ever forget it. His facial expression and stance is so well done. It's one thing America does well - monuments and memorials. In ...
... information coincided with things I learned in various biology classes over the years.
The part that was of most interest to me was the section of the exhibit dedicated to sharks. For
those of you who don’t know, I spent one whole summer in elementary school (between first and second, maybe) completely obsessed with this book I had checked out from the library on the evolution of sharks. It was my favorite book for almost a ...