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... her seat. She probably thought I was sick or something because I saw her use Purelle at least 4 times. Arrived in Miami for my connection to Lima - I had a supposed 5hr layover... That turned into a 7 hour... Which turned into a 9 hour layover. The angry Latin American mob that had formed around the help desk -(one guy was hitting the desk and making pointing gestures at the LAN workers who were inching closer and closer towards the back office door, for apparent fear of their ...
... part of the country. But before we did me Zev and Kenzie went to the park to hang out a little while longer and hopefully miss traffic. Me and Zev strung up out hammocks and rocked away, while Kenzie was doing her PT in the grass close by. I passed out for awhile. Later, we ran into Jesse and Sara running through the park and they were nice enough to give us a ride back to the hotel after it started raining.
Now we say goodbye, but I know I would see them soon!
Well our day started off in sunny Florida. Then we drove some backroads of Alabama and Georgia. Awesome small towns. No cell service. It was so relaxing! We can't wait for more backroads driving :-) We are now in Atlanta. Of course our hotel in downtown with one-way street, partiers everywhere. Horse and ...
“Life is too short for traffic”
— Dan Bellack
I still need to get used to the traffic here. And the absence of roundabouts. There are so many intersections in my neighbourhood that should really be converted to "traffic circles." The seemingly endless number of lanes are quite daunting for someone used to the narrow roads of Maine and Switzerland.
This morning, I drove to "The King and Queen," as the ...
... I feel like I don’t truly have a sense of who I am. So recently I did an intense amount of research on my family tree. Trust me, this was no simple task! And being adopted made the task that much more difficult. Long and complex stories aside, I made a shocking discovery that basically precipitated this entire blog: I am a descendant of William Shakespeare!
So in the spirit of my great ...