DoubleTree By Hilton Baltimore North - Pikesville
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... and Erin is a special needs teacher. Bob and girlfriend Sheila flew in from Columbus, Ohio where Bob has been working as a crash test engineer at Honda and Sheila is a flight attendant but also aspiring dress designer. She is from Ghana.
My sister Mary's three kids were also there for the festivities, although eldest daughter Elizabeth had a migraine and wasn't seen much. Will is working 60 hrs a week as ...
... quality time with the family. I'm so thankful for having such an awesome family, and very sad I'm only in town for a short time. Tomorrow, there is a chance I will be returning the Prius before staying at my college classmate's place in town. If it is my last night with the car, I would like to thank the good folks of Toyota for making a great car. Over a thousand miles, only three fill ups, and a joy to ...
... had received) and relaxed in the a/c.
The day turned into a rather warm one, but that didn't stop the crowds from congregating at our tent. Both shows were fun and having the guest clowns all around made me feel like we were a "back-in-the-day" circus where clown alleys were made up of more than one clown.
After the show, we all gathered in the cookhouse for our World Cup game. Anyone who wanted to gave $15 or $30 in exchange for ...
... Saw a big Amish auction every one wearing big black brimmed hats and black suits including the little boys. We stopped at a fruit stand that was operated by Amish girls all wearing long dresses and bonnets. We bought fresh beans, tomatoes, garlic, bread, honey buns, sauerkraut in a jar and peaches in a jar. Delicious. The girls added up our purchases on a notebook with a pen. ...
... have, but our bodies are already tuned into waking up at 5:30-6am, so we both kept waking up on the hour until the alarm finally went off at 7am. It was a foggy, sleepy morning and I don’t remember much of it. I do remember completely forgetting to even drink coffee until we were well into our day with the sponsor. That’s how tired I was.
Halsey had set it up that another Legion Post member would drive us around in the morning, so George, ...