Days Inn Baltimore
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Today was my final day in Baltimore. I went to see the Washington Monument in the Mount venom neighborhood. It was interesting but I was keen to get to Washington. I was pretty excited so I left the Monument quite quickly. I did stop in at the Baltimore Public Museum and recharged my batteries at a Restaurant in the city called the Woodberry Kitchen. I could not go past the braised beef and vegetables. What a perfect ending to my day. Next city - check! ...
... In orer to enjoy anything in life, you have to be able to see the good and not the bad. I can see both, but focus on the good. This would go for anything in life, whether it be traveling, being married or your job. If you only see the negative, you won't be successful at any of it. If you are not thinking of the whole picture and enjoying the diversity of different parts of your marriage, travel or job, then you also won't succeed. Just my opinion.
What an unexpected level of last minute hospitality we have felt in dc. We decided on Saturday morning that we were ready to leave NYC and by lunch time we were sorted with accommodation in Washington with Stewart Matthews, a family friend who is working as a diplomat for Northern Ireland and living in Chevy chase. On Sunday we went to the black Methodist episcopalian church that the judges had gone to when in dc, even mr Obama has been known to pop in ...
... of real beauty.
- Happiness comes easy when you remind yourself of the good things you have in life.
- Living is a privilege, not an entitlement.
- Find "your" peeps and never let them go.
- I don't aim for perfection; I'd rather aim to learn.
- Get rid of expectations as best as you can so you can see more of what a person is truly made of.
- My spirit died once, but never again.
... New Mexican. Can a cow hide rug from Ikea be far behind? After admiring the tile for ten minutes or so, we went to Target, where I almost bought two Jesus candles - that's how authentic the Santa Fe vibe is in that room. We have movers coming on Sunday to move our stuff back in. So this little sojourn is almost over, and not a moment too ...