Super 8 Villa Rica
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... hostel with my beautiful navy and black rucksack! Life was good again! HOWEVER... I opened it and everything smelt of herbal essence shampoo... All my toiletries had smashed and my clothes were soaked.. So still no clothes to wear... Anyway - it's been the longest week ever! Delays, transfers, travelling around American states, losing luggage, eating **** food, meeting amazing people but omg I'm happy right now :) Peace and love kids ...
... I had last saw her she wasn’t doing so well. So it was really nice to see just how well Grandma was doing, and how much healthier she was looking. Grandma was cracking jokes left right and centre and had Aaron and I in stitches most of the night.
After dinner, it became dark and Grandma couldn’t drive home on her own, so Dave and Kyle drove Grandma’s car home and Cheryl, Aaron, Grandma and I drove in a separate car to visit ...
... of jittery legs and gathering your assortment of entertainment into
a carry on bag.
Ever since college I have
always wished for the ability to teleport (especially from class to class or
home to class), but I think the plane ride will be the solidifying reality pinch and a reminder to appreciate and savor all the moments while I am there, with one
of the most important people in my life... my dad.
... passport on the table next to the door so I was certain to not forget this most important article. "No. You can't. I left it at home." My next reaction was to check the time. I've got two hours before departure to work with here. I left my bags at the check-in stand and bolted towards the MARTA station within the airport. Generally not a considerable mode of transportation unless you ...
... of things in bloom such as forsythia, lilac, dogwood, daffodils and hyacinth. We only stopped once and that was for lunch and then just kept driving. We stopped for the night in Villa Rica, which is a small town just west of Atlanta, Georgia. When we arrived there, it was about 70 degrees, so we are getting into nicer weather. Since we're not doing much this evening, I had time to do some laundry at the motel. Yipee!
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