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... seem to be as comfortable as the last 2 days. We originally wanted to bring him home, but Dr. Lohin recommended that he stayed one more night so they could monitor him. She would call us tomorrow. We left, with a heavy heart .... JJ really broke our hearts and we hated to see him like this!!
Finally home! When I have some time and in the mood to reflect on this trip, maybe I will write a little more about my overall impression of Norway and the Hurtigruten cruise.
7/30/14So the adventure begins. I am sitting in Boston International Airport on a seven hour layover. Bored does not begin to describe it here, yet people watching makes it interesting. I have emotions ranging from excitement to worry, stress to beyond ready to begin this new stage in life. Even though I am nervous about how this next year of my life will go I am prepared for this next step, ...
... activity. From there we decided that Faneuil Hall Market area was the place to go and shop. Meg led the charge with visits to various outlets in the area. One of the three markets there is Quincy market and is famous for its food and did not let us down. With visits to the close by North and South done we eventually stumped for Mexican food for dinner which suited all, James finally going for his signature dish of Nacho's with melted cheese, everything healthy ...
... after talking to him for about 5 minutes I automatically felt comfortable around him. He was retired and is currently living in Florida, he'd booked a two week trip up the east coast and back down again, while talking he had told me that he likes to have chocolate milk and cookies before bed but needed to walk to the store, and so I felt it was only right to walk with him. When returning from the store, he had his chocolate milk and cookies and said ...
No more packing suitcases.
No more countdowns until departure.
No more anxious feelings of forgetting something. Because at this point, it's getting left behind.
The wait is finally over, and tomorrow I get on the plane to return to Germany.
Everyone says there is one trip that they would love to go on. One place they would love to visit. The "trip of a lifetime," ...