Drury Inn & Suites Greensboro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on the way in to town, I saw a number of houses along the street that all had at least two wooden rocking chairs on their porches. Most were painted either black or more commonly, white. I guess folks in these parts just like to sit on the porch in their rockers and watch the world go by. Can’t figure that out with this humidity.
We arrived back in Winston-Salem and made a stopover at Ed and Susie’s place for a cold drink. Maggie ...
... that I had completely forgotten about! I think I took my time in Korea for granted. I cannot wait to go back and visit and I know I will. But, now I have to focus on getting ready for Germany. I will live there for a much longer time (6+ months)! Hopefully I'm ready for everything I'm going to face there, but I'm sure that even if I'm not I'll work my way through it.
But..I guess my question is, where am I heading now? New place, new dreams, new goals..what's next?
... Susie made some veggies, salad, bread and I don’t remember what all else there was. It was enough for a small army, that’s for sure. It was all very good and the dinner table conversation was quite lively. Alan, in particular, can keep a conversation going with anyone. He is quite the conversationalist. He does not come without his opinions though and will readily debate them with you. Respectfully, of course.
We also learned during our ...
... were sitting outside with their pagers waiting to get called in to be seated. Cheryl put our names in and before we knew it, Susie and Ed arrived. The timing was right on because it was only a few minutes before our pager announced, “Your table is ready” or something like that. That’s the first time I have ever heard a pager that actually talks to you.
We were seated at a table and Susie and Ed’s neighbors were at the ...
... middle school 30 minutes away. She did a fellowship that paid for her master's in education degree, and in return she is teaching in an underserved area for 3 years, which she would have done anyway! It's like the scholarship I'm applying to, except for teachers! She says she loves it! They showed a lot of interest in my experiences, and shared their community activities, especially what it's like putting together the summer festival. ...