Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Germantown - Milestone
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I woke up at 6AM this morning with no idea where I was. The first thing that came to mind was my London hotel room, but I knew I wasn't there because the furniture was wrong. It took a few seconds for me to realize, oh yeah, I'm in my room. I'm home. Wave of relief.
I'm trying really hard to take things slow and easy this week so as to avoid my crazy health issues from last year. It is still a bit strange being home - I ...
Well, I'm home now. I'm sitting here in my own bed with my AC cranked up and my fans all blowing at top speed to fend off the horribly familiar Maryland summer heat. I just finished dinner with Mom and Dad, and I had every intention of unpacking tonight but jet lag is setting in and all I want to do is write this and go to bed. So I'd better back up and start at the beginning.
I got up at 5AM this morning with no problem. I set four - ...
It has become a bit of a tradition that I begin my trips to Oxford with some sort of mild calamity at home. No matter how much I plan ahead, no matter how many lists I make, something always seems to pop up at the last minute to keep things interesting. Last year it was the fiasco surrounding my new lease, which actually wasn't mild at all but rather terrifying and infuriating. This year, it's about shoes and batteries.
I can laugh about this one now because it ...
... York was Skype & Wine time with Kay. We both got some wine and with the boys away had a girls night in. It was fantastic to properly catch up and hear all about the exciting wedding plans. Yay!
Wills arrived back with tales of travel woe. ...
Well, today was the last day of classes for the 2014-2015 school year. We still have four days of exams ahead, but for all intents and purposes we are done. I was chatting with some of my juniors today about this, and they expressed dissatisfaction with the anti-climactic end to high school, due to the exam schedule. They were remembering fondly their last days from elementary and middle school, when the entire student body is released at ...