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... be staying with and the location of the dinner is walking distance which is nice. This whole trip is totally out of my comfort zone but I read a greeting card that said "life begins when you leave your comfort zone"
Still have to figure out how to change my dollars into Euros and get on an international plan for my cell phone
Viva la France!
... and somehow the conversation turned to my husband's new hobby. I told her that we were beginning to save miles for a European excursion one day and she said, "Why wait? You can go this summer and use my timeshare in London and then switch locations with myself and a friend and use her timeshare in Ireland. Two weeks." Two weeks!!! Now, I've been working full ...
... a flat tyre. Car #2 (Mitsubishi Eclipse) was at the dealer, without tread on the tyres (seriously). Car #3 (Ford Mustang) was at the lot, but we couldn't get to it due to a fence (we later found out that this car had been in 3 accidents since 2009).
So my run of bad luck was continuing...or was it?
One of the dealers came in to let my fellow Davenporter try out his #1 car (VW GTI) which was a hunk of **** (all check engine lights were on and the oil looked ...
... painting the walls I will be pulling down. It sucked. But it was the right thing to do.
There’s no question that this is the right thing to do. I’m unemployed (well, under-employed). I have the money from my dad. And my mom needs me. She just got out of a cast a week ago, and she should be taking it easy on her bum ankle. Her basement is completely trashed, and it’s WAY too much work for my brother alone.
Headed straight to Harlem to hear some gospel music this morning. Late start
and a small subway mix-up, but made it in time. Lots of people pouring off the
trains heading for church. One little girl complained we were walking too slow
as she and her mother manoeuvred past us. Judy apologised, and mum said, "No need to be
sorry, we just don't want to be late for church."