Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Germantown - Town Center
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... Doh. So I sat down and caught up on blogging while I waited, and finally checked my bags around 8AM and headed through security.
Once on the other side of security my first goal was food, since by that point I'd eaten breakfast almost 3 hours earlier. I went to Pret and got a croissant and - can you guess? - grapes! And water. Must hydrate. More sitting and waiting and eating of my croissant and grapes, and I finally worked my way out ...
... I called HP again on Thursday and explained that I needed the confirmation and tracking info because I'm leaving the country and need the battery before I go. They were most apologetic, and assured me that the battery was on the way and that they would email me the tracking information immediately. Thank you, nice HP people!
Except no confirmation email arrived.
My Amazon ordered was tracking beautifully, all set to be delivered on Saturday, so ...
... myself. I want the symbol!), but this year it only took 24 hours. Thanks for being super efficient, bank people! I reactivated my international cell phone, and took Mini Laptop in for a tune up. I've decided that Mini Laptop, while one of the best investments I ever made, is a diva, because it turns out she needs a new battery and a re-installation of Microsoft Office, which is completely ridiculous because I just bought a new battery ...
... yoga, meditation seminars, and who knows what else. And it is not just adults. I see it in my students too. 15-16 year olds who are so laden with responsibilities and stress, so focused on their "futures" that the present seems to fly past them without notice. But they don't have time to notice! None of us do! We have things to do! Appointments to keep, work to finish, bills to pay, people to see! Until we're so knotted up with worries and anxiety ...
... day, just before the ceremony, there is a moment when that falls away, and they become what they are - kids, in the flux between childhood and adulthood, headed to a point they don't yet know or comprehend, but have only heard of as "the future." In that brief moment, all their impressive scholarship, titles, victories, and accolades, melt, as they struggle to get their caps to fit without messing up their hair, to find their name cards, to ...