Fairfield Inn New Haven Wallingford
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... the bathroom door. I wondered how a person in a wheelchair would deal with that. There was a small shelf behind the sink and I wondered if a person in a wheel chair would be able to reach it. And the tub was well equipped with bars, but I wondered if a shower stall with a bench would not have been more practical. The whole experience made me very grateful for my abilities and more aware of what a struggle life must be for those with visual or mobility issues.
My friend and I are in the production stage of a documentary we are independently producing: "The Life in Their War". It follows the survival story of an American reporter, a French civilian, and a Jewish-American soldier during WWII, how they lived their lives (or had to as a side effect of the war)..
Our soldier and our civilian interview went pretty much as expected. We received stories of horror and suffering and survival. Our interview with ...
All set up on the flight now. About to leave the US and pass over Canada. So far so good. I am half way through Maleficent and then plan to watch Transformers. I could try the whole sleeping thing, but I've never been one to sleep on any form of travel. Maybe towards the end of my journey I will get a short kip. Until then I await my food and drink, and will continue with the entertainment offered. Only 5 hours and 9 minutes left of flying time, I do hope I will get both ...
... sons, she gave only three or four examples of their behaviors and it created a clear picture and understanding of two children I've never even met.
This got me thinking: If one could use this method to describe characters and real people in a story, I could use the same method to describe myself to others. This is the result of me thinking about myself as a character in a story:
- Teresa (Tess) is left-handed. This is something she has in common with ...
The train is running late. We had engine trouble part way through the journey and lost power. but we have been up and running again the last hour, and only about 15 minutes behind schedule. The sun is setting over the East Coast and I'm glad for the warmth as I watch it. Today I decided that I didn't want to try and do too much. Besides, few places are open before 11 on a Sunday and my train was at 1.40pm. So I focused on two things, well three maybe, ...