Fairfield Inn & Suites Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor
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... someone, extend your arm, palm down, and move your fingers in a scratching motion. Never point with your index finger. Do not pour your own drink, but do offer to pour others'. To refuse is an insult. Women pour men's drinks, but a woman may pour her own drink. Leave some drink in your glass if you don't want a refill. Always allow your host to seat you. The seat of honor is the seat looking at the front door. If you are seated in ...
... loved Annapolis.
We drove back to BWI, returned our great Chrysler Town and Country van that has been perfect for our trip, got the shuttles to the airport and hotel, and then relaxed and had dinner at the hotel. We have a 4:00 AM shuttle in the morning.
It was a great trip!! We fly home tomorrow at 6:15 AM and will be home by early ...
... motivations pertaining to the journey ahead, each one of us far removed from our pasts and far enough away from our futures that, at that moment, the only things that mattered were the stars above our heads, entangled and glowing in the eternal dance of a universe so vast and ancient it was incomprehensible. During the course of that weekend in New Hampshire, something changed inside of me; something died and something else was born. The friends that I made, although I will likely ...
In his vows, he told the sandy blonde from Indiana: "You always get what you want. So ... here I am." He smiled towards the crowd. "I'm marrying you, because I'm marrying you," he also said mysteriously. Was Johnny now a Buddhist?
The vows were emotional, as were the blessings offered from the crowd. Jovial Johnny - straight off the plane from St. Louis - stood and blessed them: "I wish you lots of ...
... and saw that she was beautiful. She made eye contact with me and smiled. And so I smiled. The contagiousness of a baby's smile is well-documented, and is similar to that of a yawn's propensity to hop from one person to another. It is impossible for a human being (sociopaths excluded) to not smile when seeing a baby smile. It's one of nature's laws. As I sat down on the couch with smiling Simone, Stef's wishes for an amusing moment of male incompetence quickly vanished ...