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... experience so it was naptime. What this really means is it was time for poor Ricky to try to be still and quiet while his poor little bride suffered her jet lag crash. Three hours later, I emerged from my coma and met him at a corner cafe. He's not very good at still and quiet and so had vacated the room. A lovely snack of prosciutto, cheese, and bread was followed by a trip to Museo Nazionale Romano. Grabbed a cab to deliver us to our dinner destination: Harry's Bar. ...
... Lewis & Clark probably wore mostly the same thing every day: army-issued. We are going to bring ten days worth of clothes and detergent and a bunch of quarters, something our heroes of old wouldn't have dreamed of: a laundromat. (While packing the van, shoeless, I split open and bruised my toes. Ugh!) From past experience, I know I will encounter temps all the way from a wintry 35 degrees to a oven-hot 100 degrees. This makes ...
... I know the coast from Myrtle Beach to Key West pretty well.
The newest area, an area completely untouched by my eyes, is on the docket. It is the outer banks of North Carolina. I know very little about the area, save the Wright Brothers, Ronaoke, and the pirate Blackbeard. I hope to visit this area if my tires let me. I am a bit unsure about them. Those tires have crossed the U.S. too many times without being replaced. Maybe I should stop writing this...
... out the window, hand on the glass as if trying to reach right through, so engrossed that all I could do was whisper 'oi..' as I tapped on the glass, before finally remembering I was meant to be looking at the road ahead driving. Add in the fact that we were first blinded by the sun, seeing only a silhouette, right before the full temple came into view and that for some unknown reason (because Margaux had my ipod and because well.. what ...
... Cashier:" (To pregnant lady) "Hey Darling, when are you due? Looks like really soon!"
Preggo: "7 weeks. I have a 10 year old too."
Preggo: "Yeah big age difference between them. My husband wanted kids right away so we had the first one right after we got married. Then he wanted another one but I told him not yet."
Cashier: "You having a boy or a girl? Are you going to have more?"
Preggo: "Oh, ...
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