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... up untill the next day when we left. It wouldnt surprise me if it still smells. ) I thought it would be best if we just went out to get lunch and away from the smoke and all the staff and guests looking at us. To make matters worse for some reason I decided to check the amount left in my account and was shocked to discover that it was almost empty. I really should not have checked during the terrible time we were having. I rang them up to find out what was going on ...
... Today was a good first day of Convention. I became well-acquainted with the other girls from our council and from other areas. I really enjoyed the speaks Dr. Tererai Trent and Alison Levine. Both of them spoke about their experiences in life and how they overcame obstacles. I liked the way Alison explained the way she saw things like failure and struggling to overcome hardships. It makes me feel like I could do the same :)
... is that I might find something in Ireland -- a person with the same last name, perhaps, who might have other information. I might, possibly, locate a gravestone or a church with records that date to the 18th century.
After traversing across Ireland -- on the wrong side of the road with me driving! -- for a little over two weeks, we will take the overnight ferry to Normandy, France. My interest level with war is waaaaaaaaay down on my bucket list, ...
... is very beautiful.
The Temple is the most sacred building for Mormons, used for the secret rites of marriage and baptism. Only LDS members in good standing can enter the Temple so the inside cannot be seen on tours. There is a cross-sectional model of it at The South Visitors Center which allows all to see the beauty within.
Of particular note is the baptistry on the ground floor, a very large basin supported on the backs of twelve oxen ...
Fantastic Kid Cudi song if you haven't heard of it. It's Monday morning. Tony and I (and An) were groggy as hell after a mere two hours of sleep last night. Shoutout to An for waking up early enough to drive Tonis and I to the airport. Dinner date on me when I return. Downed a 16 oz cup of coffee, and I'm still tired as hell. Last ...