Hilton Garden Inn Aberdeen
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1600 miles from Tampa to Santa Fe. Set out of Tampa on Tuesday afternoon. Jordi drove while I worked on my lap, thanks to tethering wifi and AT&T. Tuesday nite we enjoyed the sights and sounds of Bourbon Street in NOLA. We had a beautiful room, marshmallowy beds and a wrought iron balcony over all the action. Wednesday morning I worked from the balcony over a quite sunny Bourbon Street. It was peaceful and beautiful. We set out around 2pm and drove into Texas...for forever. ...
... that might be (Wilmington was our guess). So we called him up, and he gave us his grandparents address. Turns out we were just a 10 minute drive from where we were! So we stopped by and visited for a bit, we had the good pleasure of meeting his grandfather, his mother, his father, his little brother, and his cousin. It took us about an hour to arrive in Nottingham, Maryland; home to the Digginses (as Lewis affectionately calls them). ...
... along the harbor before the game and sampled cocktails while watching the boats and the harbor-side entertainers. An hour and a half before game time, we entered the stadium grounds and sauntered down Eutaw Street, while Bob oriented us to the park. The left of the street is bordered by a huge, brick building, the beautifully renovated B & O Warehouse. It’s as long as a city block. Embedded in the Eutaw Street pavement tiles are a number of bronze, ...
... s anticipatory facial expression hinted that she might have been hoping my encounter with her baby would result in such hilarity. She hadn't even said hello, or asked me how I'd been doing for the last four years. She simply handed me the baby. I took Simone into my arms and held her there awkwardly, still standing in the doorway. Up until this point I had exactly zero experience with babies. I knew nothing about them. What does it do? I held her up to my ...
... volunteers all over the world in a variety of occupational capacities. Since I already work with children for a living (we'll talk about that next week), it made sense to do the same kind of work as an overseas volunteer. I eventually chose to go to Nepal and work at an orphanage. The length of my placement would be ten months. This spiritual Quest wasn't something that I decided to do. It was something that I had to do, for reasons that I ...