Chestnut Hill on the Delaware
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It's incredible how quickly my last moth in Asia has gone by. In the beginning it felt like I would be out here forever, and now I'm on fast forward. I've met so many people that have become good friends, experienced so many firsts, eaten delicious (and not so delicious) foods, cried a bit, laughed a lot and made many memories. I've learned more about myself than ...
... I imagined it would be. That sinking feeling in the pit of my stomach and the constant lump in my throat knowing I would be saying goodbye to people to whom I have grown so close. Even though I didn't get to sleep until 3:30 am, I was up Saturday at 5:30, filled with anxiety and dread at my impending departure from my true home away from home. My workers and my Ana Lucia were coming at 7, and I just watched the minutes tick by until I had to say my final goodbyes for this year. ...
This morning we had breakfast at our hotel. It was much better than the breakfast in DC and it got us all they way to lunch in Philadelphia. We set off for Philadelphia and made good time through Wilmington but then hit morning traffic as we neared Philly. Along the way both in Wilmington and Philadelphia we were amazed at the rows and rows of dilapidated row houses. Some were immediately adjacent to the freeway and their front doors looked right ...
... standing on one leg, with one arm tied behind my back, blindfolded, standing on hot coals, but apparently 'it's art'. I'll upload some pictures of the better stuff we saw. We had lunch in Central Park, and then went and looked at some shops and then went to Penn station and got the train back to Princeton, but overall it was a good day!
6) - LIFE
Life is really great at the moment, I'm having an amazing time. The Wilkinsons ...
... MOST entertaining moment of all, however (and this one's for you, Skip!), was the last play of the night. Game tied going into the bottom of the 7th. Lead-off man (number 7 hitter) hits a single. Manager puts in pinch runner, who, we all guess, is going to steal second. Didn't get a chance, though, as the number 8 hitter walked in four pitches. Number 9 hitter walked in four more. Bases loaded, nobody out. "Now," ...