Courtyard By Marriott Dunn Loring Fairfax
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... fly ... to Belgium. Funny.
Lucky is very relaxed, provided I would be there when he wanted to drink water directly from the tap (not easy to open a tap with cat paws), or open the door when he wanted to go outside.
He did not eat a lot, I wondered if it was because he was a little stressed... until I found the first remains of a squirrel on the deck, and then a second a few days later. I knew it had been a ...
... boring lines that never seem to move and being forced to eves drop on some poor slobs dopy conversation about how to correctly feed his cats while he is away. This time around I was able to skirt through with no "yearly physical" (which I am not sure is a good thing or bad thing) in less then ten minutes. Hopefully this is a good omen for this trip. As long as the plane doesn't crash down into the Atlantic Ocean It can't be bad.
... optimistic thought is yet to be seen but I am far too busy to worry about it right now. During the afternoon I shadowed on one of the wards which were early to adopt the the Rapid Response Team and Pediatric Early Warning Score use, I spent time chatting to bedside nurses about the practicalities of the systems and their perceptions of the value of them. During the evening I moved to my next host family as my previous ...
... the Martin Luther King, Abraham Lincoln monuments -- all on a grand scale.
We went for another free tour of the JF Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, a single building with five or six very large theatres on the banks of the Potomac River, also a free tour, attended a free concert, different free performances offered every night of the year at 6 pm. They broadcast the show live on the ...
... In the beginning, it was Tristan and me starting the process of disassembly in our warehouse in Ashburn. After this modest beginning, we brought the Rover up to the farm where it would stay for the next two years. We've been working on this 1971 Land Rover Series 2A to ready it for daily use by Tristan. We stripped the body off, prepped the frame, and did other odds and ends work. When we had done all we could do, Aaron ...