Courtyard Aberdeen at Ripken Stadium
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... that wanted to either freeze you or scald you in equal measure, and we wanted to get out of there. The hotel was a shame because Annapolis itself is really nice! We went into the former capital of Maryland ( pronounced 'Marilyn'nd) and the town is so picturesque. Annapolis is where the US Naval academy is and it's orientated very much to the sea. Around the small harbour are little fishing and sailing boats, and the whole place is very calm and casual. Which is why Peter ...
"You guys are awesome. You're my best friends. **** why are you leaving" Grace talking about us living so far away. "And Amy's like calm the **** down. Chill out" about Sarah trying to make a big deal about the last pulling into the carpark. It wasn't the last time LOL Graduation song "normally I do this on the last day of class but I was sick" pinning us with graduation nursing ...
Had a wander around the waters edge. Lots of big boats parked up in the harbour while the owners were getting hammered in the bars.
We spent the evening watching the Baltimore Ravens play the Steelers in a bar. What made it more fun was that the Ravens lost.
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... that's not lifted yet. But that may also be because as of this moment, all I've had to eat today has been a couple of slices of cold pizza and a quarter of a Stuckey's Pecan Log. (DO NOT JUDGE ME. If there was ever an event built for emotional eating, this is it.) Not gonna lie and not to be overly dramatic, but I've experienced some scary **** as a parent during Will's lifetime. This afternoon vaulted into the top tier of scary ****. It may take me a bit to shake ...
... and I could feel her presence there. Just like all those years ago, when the door opened, there stood a magnificent creature glowing with warmth, as beautiful and radiant as the laws of the universe will allow. Timid and nervous like a deer; tiny, frail and insecure in her own gorgeousness. Nothing essential had changed, she was still Miranda, albeit with hair so blond it was nearly white. Her constancy made me feel immediately ...