Hampton Inn Seekonk
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... we haven't been to the doc yet, go in and have a little lunch and then start the clear liquid diet". Food was delicious - thanks for the tip.
Our pantry wasn't stocked for this type of liquid diet so stopped at the grocery store for lots of jello, broth and gatorade. We had a campfire after dinner but there was something missing......it just wasn't the same.
... Mary write about New Bedford. Mary's Version Greg will talk about the Battleship Cove. The first thing we did after having lunch when we arrived was to visit in New Bedford was, well, the Visitor's Center. We saw that they had a walking tour of New Bedford, with the emphasis, that day, on the Underground Railroad. We saw that it would take place around 2:30, so we decided to go to the Whaling Museum first. Of course, whaling was a ...
... 28 short days. 28 days until the day I've been only dreaming of since I started looking at colleges when I was 15 years old. It's becoming real. I'm realizing now that although I thought I was independent and alone at college here in the USA, I really wasn't. I was completely reliant on my parents for most of my bills, I called my mom every single day, I had to walk into the dining hall to get food, I didn't even have to wash my own dishes, my bathroom in my suite was ...
... place feels like home. Here I can relax more than in a house of a person I barely know. So we spent the day doing our laundry, looking for a car, playing basketball, going for a swim. We went to the lake in a nearby Park. Unfortunately, swimming in that lake is only permitted with a Park’s membership, which is about $500 for a person per year. So we had to give up on the swimming idea, at least this time.
... a candle-light "Silent Night", a guitar soloist "Come and Worship" , and Holy Communion. A very special hour and a half to commence our Christmas celebrations. All this in a warm inviting setting that had beautiful poinsettia; red & white flowers in front of the altar area. Just lovely and we felt at home.
Afterwards we met a Foxboro family, Yorke (Peter met him out in the hall) Susan and the children Hannah (10) and Haydn (8). Also Carol and Bob (Susan's ...