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Today begins my journey to Chester, England! For the next 6 months, I will be living and studying at the University of Chester. After years of dreaming and months of planning, it is time for me to finally board the plane and set off to the UK! As of right now, I am a mix of all emotions. This trip will stretch me in so many different ways. Even though I have traveled a copious amount within the United States, this ...
... returned to say that the phone was in her wallet the whole time. Happy that we had all our belongings and the plane hadn't left yet we boarded, found our seat and took a big sigh of relief. We waited for take off, waited and waited, surely they weren't waiting for more passengers. What was the deal? The captain announced that the flight nav. computer was down and that they had been trying unsuccessfully to re-boot it. Maintenance was on the way ...
The flight from KC to DFW wasted no time in getting us there, you could say that time flew by as we arrived at least a half hour earlier then expected. We collected our checked bags and caught a taxi to the house that Lisa was sitting where we were greeted by Mark the friendly puppy, Nicki the barking puppy and a cozy room with 3 complimentary bottles of wine, one of which Lauri proceeded to open and pour while I lit the fire that was waiting for us on the patio. All was well as ...
... from College, yet he read all the classics and taught himself to read Latin in order to read dozens of classics written in this dead language.
Examples of instances where his character proved to be of the highest order are too numerous to list. One that I will briefly relate is his relationship with political boss Tom Pendergast. It is true, that Truman would never have become a Senator if not for the approval of this big city boss. ...
... fortune, becoming a self-made millionaire in the mining industry and was probably the richest president we have ever had at the time.
Because of his Quaker upbringing, he felt the need to help humanity with his wealth. He was asked by President Woodrow Wilson to help the people of Europe during WWI. For this, he became known as the "Great Humanitarian."
He ran for President in 1928 and was the recipient of the ...