Comfort Inn & Suites
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... these men could tell.
Most every time I drive through town in the daylight hours, I see the man in the big red hoody. Then one day when I popped into 7-11 for my Big Gulp refill, he was sitting on the window ledge smoking a butt. I squelched my chicken nerves, walked over and introduced myself.
Chris, age 62, has been on the streets for nine years. He used to be an iron worker, ...
We got up around 8 and packed up our things ready for the return coach to Baltimore. After storing our things in the hostel for $2 we headed out to find somewhere for breakfast. I really wanted to experience an all American diner so we got the subway downtown. We spotted a diner in Times Square the previous day called stardust diner so we went there. As we were looking at the menu outside a customer leaving encouraged us to go ...
... challenge similar to that seen on total wipeout and entertained us all with his not so graceful fall. We went on the dodgems and then queued for an ice cream for Saz. After feeling like we'd made our monies worth back we were ready for some food so headed back to the apartment where we made fajitas together. The idea was to head out but after such an exhausting day and previous day we were all so exhausted that we asleep on front of the TV to despicable me soon making our way to ...
"He tried to deal with the concept of love as distinct from possession, and couldn't separate them."
-Paul Coelho, 1988
"There has never been a silence like this before. There will never be an ode like this again."
- John Haughm, 2007
June 16 - 22, 2013 - Baltimore, MD
I'm leaving Maryland in three weeks to begin a spiritual adventure. I have pre-departure training in New Hampshire mid-July, ...
... for all of eternity. The waters had destroyed, and had redeemed. The waters gave both death and birth.
The flooding of my basement apartment and subsequent loss of my belongings has only reinforced my belief that monetary goods are, more often than not, burdens to the soul of a human being. Those things that I have lost in this mini-deluge were just as useless as those things that I have given away, or sold, or thrown furiously ...