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... others from the time of the civil war through to recent, there are still about 60 people per week given services and burials here. John F Kennedy is here (he served in the navy apparently), Taft is the only other president though, space shuttle crews that died and thousands of others. We went to the tomb of the unknown soldier and watching the changing of the guard which is done every hour on the hour with military precision as you'd expect. There is a ...
... its romance. I mean who can forget how Jenny screams out
to him at the Memorial and runs through the lake.
I landed in DC early evening and reached the house I was
going to live in by about 6pm. I was greeted and welcomed by an elderly
gentlemen and the house was absolutely perfect. It was almost a mansion and had
3 more rooms to rent out and the house was fully booked. Each room was well lit
with white upholstery, a homely feel and an air of comfort. ...
... of NYC as far up the Hudson River as Edgewater Landing and as far down as the Brooklyn Bridge. Once the ferry guys realized we were on the wrong boat (and so did we!) they ..."just dealt with it”! They were great. It was a beautiful night. We were the only 2 on the boat at one point and it was lovely! The best part though, was when the Captain of our ferry boat bellowed on his megaphone at one of the stops where folks were boarding (for all to hear for ...
... churches use Latin rites. Although dedicated to Mary,
Jesus’s foster dad Joseph isn’t left out; one of the apses and its mosaics in
the upper church are dedicated to him.
I’m not Catholic and have always had a hard time
understanding Mary as “Our Lady of ……..” (fill in any one of a number of place
names around the world where people have experienced visions of ...
... for the Morgans ... it is 0240 GMT, 2140 local time.
Challenged by Ric***********'s jibe about my jokes, here is a new one.
It was the final of the annual Australian National poetry competition. The two finalists, an English teacher and an aged Aboriginal man were to be given a word, then five minutes in which to write a poem with that word in it.
The word was Timbuktu.
First up, the English teacher ...