Fairfield Inn & Suites Germantown Gaithersburg
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... and people are silly and so we must laugh. The lease fiasco, I can't even talk about, because it still makes my brain boil. But shoes and batteries, yes, that's entertainment.
The events that transpired today actually started last Wednesday, when I lost two very important things that needed immediate replacing. The first was the battery to the Diva Mini Laptop. It was getting low and needed replacing, so I called up HP's parts department and ordered a new ...
... time on the same day for the official start of summer. As one guy put it, "We don't get a countdown. We don't get that moment when we can all embrace the freedom of summer and run through the halls screaming and breaking things! We just get, dude when's your last exam?" On point, and well phrased.
I still have two exams to proctor and grade, a classroom to pack up, and loads of paperwork to complete for check-out, but at this point ...
... adults take for granted. Charlie's favorite question is "Why?" Muriel and I usually laugh and exchange a Look, but it does make one think. Adults just assume things, accept things, and take what comes at them, while kids are always looking for a practical explanation. Through Charlie, I have discovered a deep, practical appreciation for coloring.
I know what you're thinking. What? Coloring? Where did that come from? Just trust me on this...I have ...
... this one not so much. The weather is super gloomy & it was really dark by 5. Arriving at Union Station was another nightmare because the train had to change engines so we had to climb down 4 steps to the platform. Again, there were impatient men pushing in front of us to get off the train. This time the train guard helped with one of the bags. The rudeness of the men is so confronting. Anyway, it was all good. We got upstairs to one of the most beautiful train stations, ...
We travelled up the hill to witness the changing of the guard that stands over the tomb of the unknown soldier. 24 hours a day this tomb is guarded by members of The Old Guard in honour of all those fallen soldiers that couldn’t be accounted for and never came home.
The day was done and ...