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Schedule got little delayed due to the weather. We left at 10 50 am. We got into a van heading to the mega but station. I think we are taking the mega bus to Chicago. The bus ended up being 20 minutes late but I already forgave it because it's a double decker bus. (And we saw a huge wheel rolling down the street with perfect balance for at least two hundred meters) We went on the top deck got ...
Tomorrow The mystery trip will began and I'll be gone for about two weeks. I ll miss my family during this time. I feel quite prepared for the up coming adventure except that I just realized I have no idea where my Chapstick is... Anyway hope it ll be a great time and when I get back everything will still be alright so that I can get ready for the new ...
... showed me this the most. This story belonged to them:
-----My best Czech friend, Klara Sigmundova.
-----And Grandpa Breen, a great baseball player.
-----And thanks to my brother, Brandon, for being the biggest supporter of my writings.
-----And thanks to everyone for reading.
-----"Woohoo, I did it. I've seen the world!"
happily entering retirement,
the Modern Oddyseus
... cream making a mess. Was an hour of mayhem and by the time we arrived at the bars in town, crystal was smashed off her face. Denied into the bars she fell over a few times Bambi style ******* her knees then fell asleep on the pavement until her brother picked her up. We watched a preacher outside a club shouting how clubbing and drinking is evil, what caught our attention when he also decided to blurt out all that go to Afghanistan will instantly go to ...
... He reminds me that it's the man that struts without a care that knows how to flow with the tides.
Now is the time for reconciliations. I've brought my ideals to the altar, silent at their feet as they left from my presence. Now, in these final weeks, I bring their bodies to the ghats, placing each on their own pier. There lies my arrogance. There rests my fear. Here, at my feet, eyes closed and mouth smiling, is my ego. I ...