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... knows the experience he wants and he expresses that without any doubt on his part. It has become my little mantra...NO! (Hand up, of corse), when I feel that old pull to sublimate my feelings. I'm done starving, while I feed others, smug in my ability to deny myself. I can be both honest and kind. In fact I have a sneaking suspicion that if I began to acknowledge and care for my experience I will feel more ...
... scanner guy as I was checking in, everything -and I mean EVERYTHING- went smashingly! Even in Lima! I was still trying to wrap my head around the entire trip experience as I was flying away from the continent (it was way too early for that anyway!) but I did manage to have the following coherent thought:
THANK YOU SOUTH AMERICA! I am a better person for having visited you. Thanks for the perspective and for helping me to see the world ...
The plan today was to give the Oregon Brewers Festival a go. This didn't start til noon so there was no hurry to get up. We had breakfast (provided by the motel) then relaxed in our room, watching Olympics, catching up on these notes, reading, etc. We headed into town sometime after 12 and wandered around the shops for a while - I wanted to buy some sort of handbag so we didn't have to keep using the daypack when we only had a little bit of stuff. We looked in ...
We made it out of Ashland by 9:00 (I of course let the kids know that my dad made sure we were on the road by 8 AM on these trips) Trevor offered to drive and ended up giving me the day off. It was a beautiful drive home. Only had to take 3 nitros; not really, he's a good driver. Well it was a fun trip and I can't wait till the next one. I'm not sure I'm going to miss all the sleep talking ...
... br> Bird watching, writing, examining the amazing gnarly trees so thick with leaves they are as dense in life as a Dehli village. Writing, talking, playing cards. We needed this.
Here we are NaNa Massi and they want to know which of the two of us is the elder sister. Leon is outspoken, opinionated, and a bit of a curmudgeon but he is also welcoming and finding lots of ways to make us welcome, not just feel it. I've grown a bit today.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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