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... got at night was -16. Lots of snow. One day there was a snow/windstorm blowing all the salt off the sidewalks into our faces. It was not pleasant. It was so cold one morning the water that had not froze was steaming. Georgie the first 3 days in Boston: I think the only word I heard her say was 'chop'. Even when asked a direct question at times. Not quite sure what was going on there. Maybe a slow death by museums. Mitch: frequently commented that ...
... before the NYE parade and fireworks. Well, after another round of hot chocolates, the sun going down and the temperature dropping further, we decided to watch the parade from our window - lucky enough to have front row seats and then we had a 4-0 vote to skip the fireworks - too far in the cold!
So at 10pm NYE here in Boston, we wish you a brilliant 2015 filled with peace, health and love. ...
... craziness and all. It is a great feeling!
The weirdest part of leaving for home, is that I feel like I am leaving home. Boston has become a second home for me. I love my cozy little dorm room. I love having my friends living in the same building as me. I love being able to text my friends to ask if they want to get dinner and there is always at least one person who will come with me. I love being in classes with people, and getting to geek out about movies and new ...
It has been a long time since I have written, and I apologize for that. Things have been really busy around here and I just haven't had the time. Here is my run down of the last month!
Urinetown has been so much fun. We have been working tirelessly on learning music and dances, blocking scenes and putting together costumes. I love my character and the people in the show. I am so grateful for the opportunity to be in this show because it ...
... on the R1 with a main stop in Stonington on the coast - old houses and a visit to the lighthouse. Stonington was subject to a naval attack by the Brits in1814 in the 1812- 14 war! The R1 enabled a sweeping entrance to Newport over the two bridges with the island of Jamestown in the middle. Seafood/lobster consumed. Oct 18 A day in Newport. We did just about all there is to do in Newport -on foot and with one bus ride and a car journey around the ocean drive. Mansions, Old ...