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... it's cold and rainy here! After a day out in the chilly air a warm meal sounds good so traditional comfort foods influence the cuisine. I have to admit that I didn’t have a good perception of Pub food before this trip based on what typical pubs serve in the States. After eating at several Pubs and small family owned restaurants I found it is some of the best food at reasonable prices. Sure you can go to high end restaurants in the big cities and find ...
Ty and I got home after baseball at 1 am Tucson time.. Isaac is soon getting up and headed over to load 20 min away at 5 am Michigan time.. But there is a catch; gps on his end goes down, truck won't move in drive, no coffee, no food; dads not a happy camper...it is now apparent that mom shouldn't be either.. Lol,. From ...
... we are there so that we can pack lighter. I say lighter because we are still American come on now! Honestly it is pretty easy to find a laundry (launderette) in most towns and for a little higher rate they will wash, dry, fold and deliver your clothes back to your hotel/B&B in one day. Something to think about before you pack all that stuff you will never wear:-)
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 ...