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... then were given a envelope of the first clue. We spend most of the car ride planning, we made three back up plans but eventually realized they were not necessary at all. We each got a CTA three day pass the. After all the busing taxiing and walking we finished second in the race. We end the race at the Chicago Sheraton /awesome hotel. Tonight we had deep dish pizza for dinner and I m going to ...
Tomorrow The mystery trip will began and I'll be gone for about two weeks. I ll miss my family during this time. I feel quite prepared for the up coming adventure except that I just realized I have no idea where my Chapstick is... Anyway hope it ll be a great time and when I get back everything will still be alright so that I can get ready for the new ...
... br> -----I'd accomplished my dream.
-----I owed one more "much thanks" to my friends Joanna, Art, Flora, & Aquiles for the place to stay in Chicago, as I returned home from Athens.
-----Over the years, in strange and beautiful and sometimes scary places far from home, I met many many people who seemingly would've done anything to help me. Thanks, guys.
-----I would especially like to thank the four ...
The flight went smoothly beside the fact that we were an hour late to the airport and I thought I forgot my phone in the car - even though it was in my carry-on the entire time! It still doesn't seem real that I am in Germany. Kristin and her father, Walter, picked me up from the airport. Her dad knows a lot of english and spoke to me mostly in English. When I arrived to her house in Roth, a small village next to Marburg, I was greeted by Kristin's mother. She doesn't ...
... doing, so I put a smile on and went with it.
I will never forget the first patient that I saw. She was a 72 year old woman who had had
multiple strokes and was very close to the end of her life. She had no teeth in her mouth, was covered in flies, and had to be turned to relieve her of the pain from her bed sores. I was able to wrap my hand around her thigh at the point where my thumb and middle finger touched. This set the stage for what was ...