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... Conservatory. I
suspect this is the neighborhood where fictional cannibal Hannibal Lecter must
have lived and devoured his victims. Mount Vernon is a nice neighborhood to
walk around, and it was easy to find free street parking on the weekend for the
short walk to Inner Harbor.
Baltimore essentially has two major public art museums, the
second being the Walters Art Museum, a collection amassed by a father and ...
... therapist but we do not have this role in the UK. I spent the day shadowing them today in their normal clinical role on the PICU and with the one who carried the rapid response 'bleeper'. They have numerous extended roles which are split between nurses, physiotherapists and doctors in the UK. They received an 'Alpha' trauma call for an 8 year old with a gunshot wound to the ...
... he went to work. It lasted 80 minutes and did hurt but you kind of got into the groove of it after awhile. That's not to say I wasn't happy when it was over. I had no breaks or breathers and didn't check on progress, though you can sort of guesstimate the latter by where he is working on your body. Much like when I ride my bike up hills it I was very much of the mindset of 'you can rest at the top'. Afterwards it feels pretty tender, and hurts the most on top of ...
... 11 - 22, 2013 - From Baltimore, MD to Dallas, TX
I chose to begin my vehicular journey to the south with a commemorative tattoo that would express my admiration for Maryland, a state that has seen me through the vast majority of my twenties. I have always viewed tattoos as being permanent reminders of transition, etched histories forever proclaiming the fluidity of life. The time will always come when the state of mind associated with a particular tattoo fades away, but ...
... but we left right at the beginning of rush hour, so we ended up crawling to Hagerstown at about 35-40 mph instead of the customary 65 mph. Oh well, we didn’t need to be there at any given time, so we turned on Pandora (thank you for fixing our tape deck, Dad!!!) and jammed to 80s hits, where we discovered I knew the complete lyrics to a Whitesnake song. Weird.
Meeting up with our sponsor in Hagerstown was like a family reunion because it’s ...