HI Knoxville Harpers Ferry
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... 8211; they are stressful and scary and I hate them. And no matter how old I get, every summer still finds me freaking out on my couch, bundled under my favorite blanket, with candles and flashlights around me whilest Mother Nature opens a can of whoop-ass on her little baby humans outside. I’m little better than a scared cat during a thunderstorm when I’m in my own house, so the thought of flying in one gave me heart palpitations. I kept ...
... be fun! Natalie and Lauren, I know you are reading this, and I want to formally recommend that Oxbridge purchase a company boat for next year. Think of all the money we'd save not having to buy all those plane tickets! And it wouldn't have to be a very big boat, since there's only what, like fifteen of us coming over from the States? Unless you want to get a big boat and ferry all the American students over too! Oh my gosh, arrivals ...
... I happened to be at Barnes and Noble picking up some other books, and I noticed a new display: "Adult Coloring for Stress Relief." Wow! I flipped through the books, dozens of books, with thousands of different designs. Plants, animals, buildings, faces, and some just generic geometric shapes. I found one I liked, and then popped into Target to pick up some fresh colored pencils. Total cost of this "Color Therapy"? $6.95 for the book, $1.95 for the pencils. ...
We made a short, pretty drive up the Potomac from Washington to visit our friend P.J. and his kids. (Sadly, we missed wife Elizabeth due to her business trip to Austin.) Though we only spent one night, I really enjoyed the time visiting - ok, geeking out - with P.J., as well as all the time with the adorable children.
... is happy to play with her magnets in her little corner. Jem and Dan take us home and we rest up for the rest of the week.
Day 4: Jem and Dan take us out today. We walk over to their house which is only around the corner and meet their chatty neighbour Kelvin. We manage to leave the house after Kelvin tells us of his road trip across the US on a bike.
We are off to Georgetown today. Its another collegiate town but this one is a little fancy. The stores on the main ...