Hyatt Place Baltimore/Owings Mills
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... with me for a week! I am overwhelmed by all of the love and support from everyone. The texts and messages said to me are the sweetest and mean so much. It makes me grateful for my amazing friends and family. 2:37pm: Driving to the airport holy ****!! Byeeee house. 5:24: I've been at my gate for a little while now. A few hours early (about five) but I'll take that over late any day. There's a flight ...
... ex and ill get it on time to leave the 26th or if they get my claim before sending it out I will go pick it up Monday so that I know it is in my hands in time. And now we wait again for another email to see what they say. But good news for sure!!!! I moved the rest of my things out today at Towson woods and gave the keys to Sam which was really sad. Ill miss that place and the girls so much. I then went on to run a few errands, not as much ...
I can't believe December is here. Time is flying by so quickly. Just the thought of finals are such a pain in the butt. Speaking of, so is the whole visa process. No one is able to figure out exactly what were supposed to do so this will be interesting. I'm hoping to have mine all done by tomorrow so I am not pressed for time. We've all started talking ...
... our favorite teachers. Most of them have moved on to other jobs, but I hope they know how much of a difference they made in our lives. There was a particular class, Diseases in History, that I am sure helped push me even more towards a career in medicine :)
I had been busy applying for the jobs I wanted before I even left California - but I was unlucky (or lucky, depending on how you look at it) and things moved a bit slowly when I got back. I had a hunch I could get ...
... have never seen a cyclorama before, apparently they were very popular in the late 19th century. A cyclorama is a painting that covers an entire wall. It is circular
and covers the entire 360 degree circumference of the room.This was an original painted in the late 1800s. It is of the final day of the battle. The museum was very informative as well. I would have liked to take a ...