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... out a hand-operated testing you will certainly have to inform yourself with the signs of this virus such as high temperature sores, fever blisters, itching and burning experience, periodic problem and mild health problem. Not everybody get to experience signs when they are affected. People with weak immune system show indications of this infection than people whose physical body protection system are sturdy. ...
... interesting part of the train ride itself was my discovery that the toilets in our car were in the rooms. I thought it was a shelf, but apparently it doubled as a toilet. It was definitely an... experience... trying to use it. The roomettes on trains are called "roomettes" for a reason. They are tiny. And by tiny, I mean that there is enough room for a bed about 3/4 the width of a twin bed and not much else.
So, given the size of the room, I am ...
... the adventure ahead. It really has been my dream. My last two semesters at UNF, I had a small picture of Italy taped to the inside of my binder and I have had a picture of Italy in my bedroom for several years to make sure I traveled there one day. It's surreal that my "one day" is seven days from now... I will be able to see so many things during those six weeks and I'm sure I will be craving more! ...
A dear friend and mentor gave me a beautiful travel journal with an inscription of the poem "Ithaca" by C. P. Cavafy on the first page. What a wonderful poem about traveling! I wanted to share it with everyone. Here it is:
"When you start on your journey to Ithaca,
then pray that the road is long,
full of adventure, full of knowledge.
Do not fear the Lestrygonians
and the Cyclopes and the angry Poseidon.
You will ...
... grapes and win bottles... The back yard looked just like a "little Italy" with white tables and chairs and adorable centerpieces. The most stunning touch was a backdrop of what looked like a little Italian street which was set up beside the stage with curtains on either side of the picture. The party planners had put lights behind the picture and completing the magic of the scene was a little bistro table with two chairs for Nathan and me.
I was touched, moved to ...
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