Holiday Inn Timonium
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Well, here we are, just a few days before we leave. Im sure we are all busy packing and students, teachers and parents are all getting excited. I know I sure am. I just wanted to write on here quickly and let you know that we will be updating this blog regularly and if you want to follow the journey check back on a daily basis!
Looking forward to blogging soon!
Jamie Gaskin- Teacher ...
... I set out to discover something unique about this town. I notice a couple thing: several of the churches have short, non-pointy steeples... a park with a nice white pavillion in the center, rather than the typical generic picnic table shelters most parks have... And then, in front of a stately neo-classical town hall, is a statue buried up to its neck in snow...
I also notice that almost all the houses on Main Street have porches. Maybe ...
... As Kahlil Gibran wrote, "You give but little when you give of your possessions. It is when you give of yourself that you truly give." I needed to go out there into the world, into unfamiliar territory, to truly see things the way they really are. If I wanted to give, it would need to be all or nothing. I am definitely an 'all-or-nothing' kind of person. I went online and found a well-respected and reputable organization, United Planet, ...
... s always a new experience.
Like this week, I gave a tour to two person from France. I love to meet new people with a different nationality but sometimes they are irritating. This time, the French couple was really annoying! As you probably know I don't know everything about the Anderson House. For example, I don't know where the chandeliers are from or the kind of mineral used to make the mineral trees. However, the French people wanted to know that but ...
... has hosted visits by Pope John Paul II, Blessed Teresa of Calcutta and the Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople. I am so blessed to have my foot set at , my knees bent, my hands clasped for prayer on the ground where the AMERICA’S FIRST CATHEDRAL proudly stands …and yes, I can once again say that ~
I left my heart in MARYLAND where the MARIAN Shrine, stands still and is waiting to embrace me ...