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What a day. I turned the music up loud and just drove. I am not sure how long my Volvo will last but it is getting me around for now. I drove to Baltimore today and first stop checked in at the Hotel and dropped my belongings there. I went to the Senator Theatre and watched Mad Max soon after. I love movies and I love watching ...
Our bags are packed and we're ready to go!
Bligh will be picking us up in the morning and driving the three "birds" to JFK for our flight to Beijing. We are hopeful that we can keep this blog going, however, we are not sure what social media and internet retrictions we will encounter in China.
Having never been to Asia, we are all really excited!
... and Capitol Hill. We saw the original Supreme Court Chambers, the original House and Senate Chambers. Inside the Capitol Dome was spectacular, the art and statuary in the Capitol is very interesting. We even got passes to sit in the gallery of the House of Representatives. Too bad they weren't in session at the time but it still was awesome to be ...
... doors and stepped back into my car. I had half-expected the doors to be locked again, but thankfully they were not. I jumped back into my car and drove away, speeding directly into the violent storm.
I drove on until I found a Super-8 motel in Kingsport, TN which had very friendly and sane-looking staff at the front desk. Run-of-the-mill hillbillies. I spent the night there, in Room 111 with an extra-large mushroom and jalapeno pizza, a 2-liter Pepsi and a marathon of ...
... we had thrown everything in there willy nilly is only one example of this experience that binds us together as a unit with a shared story. Life with kids is partly about soccer games, and Hebrew lessons, and play practice and birthday parties. But our story as a family - and everyones story as a family - is about our shared experiences. At the end of the day, what will we remember? What will we laugh about, and what will bring tears to our eyes?