Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Hartford Meriden
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Music is not a small or contained life experience:
This week, I spent the effort and money to go to a record store and purchase CDs. I can see now why buying records back in the day was so exciting. A record store exists in service of sharing the musical expression of life experiences.
I was in search of Maroon 5's new album, (aptly titled "V", as it is their fifth studio album), and Taylor Swift's “1989”, ...
... talking to God if she doesn't answer my letters? An act of faith to believe that she got the letters, read them, and was warmed by the contents as she would be if she’d stayed. Would it be similar to her going off to college? Probably not since college (though a similar dedication) is meant to open the mind, not train it to follow direct orders.
To resist the inevitability of a change you can’t control is human nature, but at what point ...
We had clean clothes, now we needed clean bodies. We had been having good luck at finding YMCAs for a good price so we headed to the YMCA in Cranston. It was 10$ each for the day pass but an amazing lady who was working there decided to let us use her guest passes so that we could go in for free. Maybe she smelled us and took pity? The gym was fantastic and we got in a great workout and then nice hot showers. These YMCAs have been so fantastic for ...
... of easy driving along the Freeway before we turned off into Downtown New Haven looking for somewhere to park. Not an easy task as it turned out; we ended up on the far side of town, but luckily within short walking distance of our goal, Yale University. Having already visited Harvard and Dartmouth, it seemed logical to pay a call into Yale. We found New Haven Green, the starting point for Yale stuff. Very green and picturesque with a sprinkling of ...
... in New Hampshire. The names are unimportant because their monotonous, virtually passionless lives are meant to be timeless; even 100 years later, the patterns, traditions, and social roles are all too familiar.
I felt weird, uncomfortable, in my seat. Why are these people playing out the 'traditional' New England family to people who mostly (in this theater) are the 'traditional' New England family (or variations of it)? Why spend ...