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- Making my way back to Portsmouth, decided to take in "The Addams Family" musical.
- I'm playing for this show starting next week in Rochester, NH - have never seen the show, so wanted to check it out. It was playing at a broadway-style theatre in Media, PA... great show!!!! Looking forward to our own run now.
- Headed to Danbury, watching the full moon rise at dusk, knocking out a good chunk of the miles to NH. ...
... guess, we all woke up (except for Dad).
The rest of our Saturday leading up to our departure was pretty relaxed. For the most part we just hung out at the house and enjoyed visiting. Tine and Jeff stopped over for lunch and we ordered some Panzarottis and cheese steaks (what else!).
We spent just a little time making sure we were all packed up and ready to go. Patty M and Photi, and ...
The Boat Trip Was long and boring. We were given very little food, but enough to survive the trip. When we came upon land, everyone crowed around the edge of the boat. Philadelphia was mostly smaller towns. It had its share of factories but also did some farming and agricultural things to sustain its economy. We live on a busy road, surrounded by other houses. They were placed very close together and living space was very small, but at least we were free and had a new start. ...
... a new experience - Aqua Zumba! Very fun!
Song of the day: In west Philadelphia born and raised, on the playground where I spent most of my days, chilling out, maxing, relaxing all cool and all shooting some b-ball outside of the school, when a couple of guys, they were up to no good, started making trouble in my neighbourhood, I got in one little fight and my mom got scared, and said "You're moving with your auntie and uncle in ...
... honestly, this Cemetry is so different from all the others I've seen. There is such an overwhelming sense of honor and pride here - it's tangible. The Cemetry is absolutely enormous (624 acres) and very hilly so I decided rather to catch the tour trolley that takes you to the main areas of interest. And the first stop was JF Kennedy's grave with the eternal flame. This was really significant for me having been to Dallas and seen the place where he ...