Days Inn Baltimore
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Anne was off to work early in the morning, so I had to vacate her house early, too. She lives overlooking the famous monument in town (the name escapes me). I had a few things to do, and a bt of time to kill before I met up with Caroline so I walked around and checked out some of the sights.When I met up with Caroline, we navigated the city on the charm city commuters-free buses that run around baltimore. Greatest idea. ...
... But then it's Friday, I'm in love and I have no reason for that.
- Love is blind oftentimes; self-love is there to give you eyesight.
- I'd rather be imperfect and be loved as opposed to being perfect without love.
- Never lose two things when you get into a new romance: yourself and your friends, as they will save you when your new romance ends.
- I don't go for the fastest, the highest or the hardest. I go ...
The house is inching closer to being finished. There are still many little things to do and fix. The cork floor is down in the kitchen and basement, but still needs two coats of poly. The siding is on the back of the house, but doesn't look too good. There was some miscommunication on the design back there. ...
... prefaced by 'stupid' or 'crazy' to describe a greater extent of the descriptor. In this way something may be crazy expensive or stupid big. I normally take it with a pinch of salt when people are negative about an area and numerous people had mentioned that the area around Johns Hopkins Hospital is not great. In this case no salt was needed. The cab driver dropped me off outside the accommodation that the hospital use for visitors saying "this is ...
The hot weather has finally broken - we had a ton of rain today, and it is a cool 65 degrees. Luckily the back of the house got closed up in time. On Saturday we had a meeting with the architect and contractor, and a few things got fixed. The kitchen windows were too ...