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... it done I presume in case they faint as well as people waithing for the nurse just like me. I asked a girl next to me if it hurt, tears filling in my eyes and she said no, so I gave my head a shake and sat down in the chair. The nurse tied a discolored rubber band round my arm and gave my veins a firm slap, as if to say come on girl you pussy, In my tearful state I still managed to notice the lack of sparkly new out of the packet English style needles ...
... we are looking forward to some dinner tonight. As we were checking in I sat in awe of the skyline before me. My picture does not do it justice, it truly must be seen to be believed. It is seriously New York on steroids with the humidity of the jungle. Tomorrow, weather permitting, dad will go play golf at 6:30AM and I will have brunch and spend the day with Wendy Song and Dani Tang before meeting back up for dinner. Love and miss you all! ...
... us over, so we decided to give it a go. When we got up on the ride and started going, we realized that it was actually pedal-powered. So, we had to pedal it like a bike to more forward. And, I was in the drivers' seat which had a steering wheel. We found that when I turned the wheel, it would turn our vehicle completely around but we still were moving forward if we kept pedaling. It wasn't very high up but it was still a little scary because ...
... met the other employees and my direct supervisor, Darren (who hired me and I have been speaking with on a regular basis) and they all seem like genuinely nice people and will be fun to work with. Ceasar went over my contract with me and informed me that I would be working 20 hours a week at a school near our apartment. I had originally wanted to work 40 hours a week but the school I would have been working at was a 1 hour subway ride ...
... weekend getaway for Shanghainese so thankfully, it was a weekday. We were conducted down one of the village
alleys bordering a canal and lined with teashops, rice warehouses and
craftspeople. We were told we could by
famous ‘Grandmother’s tea’ here. When we
asked what that was, one of the village guides pointed to a canalside open air
setting of tables and chairs under a sheltering ...
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