Extended Stay America - Washington, D.C. - Germantown - Town Center
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... my duty as a responsible member of the education system, so here they are...the Seven Things to Never Say to a Teacher.
#7: "I was absent yesterday. Did I miss anything?"
No, of course you didn't miss anything. Since you weren't here, we all spent the period crying and consoling each other on the loss of your presence. We were completely incapable of even thinking about our regular course of study, much less actually do ...
... visit with me now because "We have to hang out before you leave!"
That's the interesting thing about time. It seems like we only really value it in finite amounts. When we have a lot of it, we waste it. No need to rush around getting things done if you have plenty of time. We let things slide, lose track of things, lose track of people. It's easy to put off that phone call/dinner/visit/whatever when the assumption is "Well, we can ...
... just knocking themselves out, and realization finally hit me yesterday that I only have eight days left. Only eight days! Crazy.
I'm very excited to go back to Oxford, and this time it is easier because I know (sort of) what to expect. I know which bus to take out of Heathrow. I know how to get from the bus station to Pembroke (totally walking it this year instead of wasting 6 pounds - sidenote, just discovered my laptop ...
... the last 3 weeks and I was keen to try the state dish and it did not disappoint. It tastes fresh, flavourful and the satisfaction you get after fighting tooth and nail to eat it is like nothing else, it's a primeval feeling.
So after crabs we got a couple of drinks around the corner, talked sports and then headed home around midnight.
Straight to bed after that ready for a long day or 2 of traveling ...
... states. It started rather unceremoniously with yet another hangover, a slow recovery session, finally put on a big wash of my clothes and then headed out for something to eat by the airport. J had been craving Chinese for the whole trip and today we finally went, had a lovely meal and then headed to the airport.
It does feel weird being on my own now. Obviously I have Andrew and Hannah for the rest of today, but tomorrow in NYC is the start of the ...