Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Germantown - Gaithersburg
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... Then my favorite pairs of shoes, my white Grasshoppers and my pink Sperries, finally went to the big shoebox in the sky, and since shoe stores do not regularly carry shoes made for my freakishly tiny feet, I hopped on Amazon and ordered myself new pairs. Huzzah for online purchases! Crisis averted; shoes and batteries are on the way! Let's eat some pie.
But then I didn't receive a confirmation email from HP providing product and tracking information for ...
... in full Oxford mode. The brain has gone British! I spent most of yesterday finally getting around to tackling my travel To Do list. I picked up my pounds from the bank. (I'm still annoyed that this computer doesn't have a pound symbol. I feel like there should be a way to change that.) They were delivered super fast this year. Last year it took like a week and a half for my pounds to arrive (So awkward, it sounds like I'm manually adding ...
... I promise!
I think any adult would agree with me that today's society is laden with stress and anxiety. I feel like everywhere I look there are things to worry about. Work, traffic, people, deadlines, family, not having enough free time, what to do with free time we have, bills, loans payments, rent, blaaaaaaaaaaah I'm getting stressed just thinking about it. Adults spend millions of dollars every year investing in "stress relief ...
... say so and I'm not really into space travel.
The Air & Space Museum was just one of the Smithsonian Museums, it would take a week or more to go through them all. It was very impressive & all FREE so it got me curious & wanting to know more about who the benefactor was I checked this Smithson fellow out at:
Up early to try and see the most of D.C. Walked up to the White House first to see it in daylight. Then round on to the mall. First stop was the World War 2 memorial, a huge fountain of cascading watt surrounded by a plinths of state names and the name of the battle grounds. Walking up past the reflection pond to the Lincoln Memorial next. An amazing memorial, with Lincoln in his helm in the marble chair looking straight ...