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... br> So instead of making a resolution for 2015, I have made the decision of just living out my dreams. I want to live my dream and write about it so no matter what I will have my own fairytale, including the scary parts with the wicked witches and evil queens. Who knows maybe I'll even find a prince. But for now the adventure is just getting started, including the packing....
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When we were researching things to do in Charleston, we discovered that there was a free lecture at the Charleston museum that night at 6:00pm. The topic was funerary practices of the Victorian age. Of course since it is close to Halloween they chose a lecture that could be slightly gruesome. We have loved looking at the graveyards in the old church yards and thought it would be fun to learn more about them. We got on the scooter ...
... Dell during the classroom time.
I will begin searching for my fancy art deco fountain pen, a gift from my mother, which will be appropriate to my writing theme. Likely I'll also take along my favorite Bic for extra ink, should the need arise.
I shall begin packing this day or the next and I'll post further along the way, in the meantime I will say "beannacht" and will post further along the way.
... time talking and found out that they live near Denver. Then after that we went to a Vietnamese Sandwich shop. The guy was so excited that he got there in time to have 50% off everything, sandwich and beer. Went back to the hostel, talked some more and shared some chocolate. Great evening.
Saturday it was time to pack up again and head for Myrtle Beach. But before I did that, I had to go back to the market to see if I could get ...
... shopping, but very touristy, which I object to just on principle. As we arrived at our rendezvous point at the pineapple fountain in Waterfront Park, I noticed these 4 school-age girls splashing and playing in the fountain with such exuberance that I asked if I could take their picture. The apparent leader placed her hand on her hip, tilted her head and replied " Are we gone be in a magazine?" I think they perfectly personify the light-hearted sassiness ...