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I had planned to cross at St Stephen so I could pass by the chocolate factory, but the road actually goes directly to the new crossing and I did not realize I had to take the exit.
Highway 9 was open and clear. The view of the wild blueberry fields in the fall is quite beautiful as all the plants turn bright red.
I drove almost 1,000 Km's today and when I stopped, the ground kept moving.
I had a nice supper of salmon, broccoli ...
... all together. But, we took some time and realized that his interview was valuable to our project for the very reason we felt it should be scrapped. This journalist has a surprisingly unique opinion about his experience during the war, and we realized that if it surprised us, it would surprise our audience, too. Contrasting and unique stories are what generate interest to a project.
You never know where inspiration for good ideas will come from.
... and snow are some of her favorite smells and remind her immediately of her home and family.
- Her dream job would be one where she could get paid to travel anywhere in the world and just record the adventure in film or writing so that other people could connect with her experiences.
I would like to point out what a strange and existential experience it is to be you thinking about yourself. Even so, it feels surprisingly rewarding and universal.
... fifth studio album, but named for her year of birth), both released in the last couple of weeks. I’m not here to write a review on either album, (though it would be mostly positive as I am truly enjoying both played over and over in my car). Instead, I want to talk about one song: Taylor Swift's “Welcome to New York.”
It's the opening track to her album and I can’t stop listening to it. It’s a song about ...
... who chose to leave home for the first time to find herself in an environment of physical training and relearning? Someone who chose to be screamed at every day in an attempt to push her body to a limit it has never met?
I could write about the mailman, my subway rides, our favorite pastime: judgmental people- watching. Will she still enjoy hearing about these things after a while? Will she find my grand (or tiny) adventures as exciting as this ...