Extended Stay America - San Jose - Milpitas - McCarthy Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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So much has evolved since I left Liberia for what seemed a month long visit home with my family with a benefit concert to raise money for two schools out there. My heart and mind are connected and tuned into Liberia every single moment like a station on the radio. I send good vibes to the country itself, to my friends, my Young Women...It not only keeps me aware of life outside of my golden sunlit mornings with sunbeam dusted hills, but actively present and ...
So much has happened since I last wrote. I haven't written for a really long time. For the past month I have felt like I was inside a snowglobe that was being shaken nonstop...or the somersaults and tossing inside of a wave when you get caught by surprise by the crash of water overhead.
I have had no desire to write...I have just been tossing, trying desperately to keep my gaze skyward, reaching up out of the water (doing my daily workouts, body brushing, meditation and ...
... came back for Sakura about 6.20pm, and I think and hope she'd had a nice afternoon with us. We enjoyed the chance to spend time with her, and it was great. We went over the road to a nice little - very busy - Italian cafe called The Pastaria Market. Heaps of people in there - in fact people were waiting for a table after we got there. We had a lovely meal and were well satisfied, and home by ...
... even though he could probably kill us in seconds. His breed is 1/4 wolf apparently! If he wanted to he could put his head out one side if the car and have his tail wagging out the other - his owner told us he does that a lot.
We said goodbye to Rojo (or rather, he ran off) so we moved on to Half Moon Bay beach. We jumped out the car and reached this really steep hill so all but one of us turned around ...
... progressivism." It is easy to stand strong in your beliefs in a climate where practically everyone has exact the same beliefs. It is even easier to become so wrapped up in those beliefs that you see yourself as superior to another and stop listening to them. The moment we stop listening is the moment we stop learning and this is something I refuse to do. To truly challenge myself, I must leave. Santa Cruz may be a utopia of sorts, but it is ...