Land's End Motel
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... continues in full swing until 1:30 am
We’re also getting to meet the newest member of the Otte clan, 3 week-old Kallan Lento. Mum and Dad, Alex & Jimmy feel that he’d do better wearing earphones to block out any disturbing noise and whether or not that played any role, he slept throughout the entire evening despite having to pose with all and sundry!
... the miracle of antibiotics. People then lived with death far more frequently then we do in the modern age. Perhaps that is why there is such a fear of death in today's world. We want total safety from all dangers, natural or man made, and scream at our governments, our leaders and each other when we don't have it. But total safety is an illusion. If we are to live a full life, we must come to grips with death. It is the final reality.
... houses around the golf course, the big houses. I had only a couple of condos. Some people had all condos so had time to sit around. Alas, I had to work but then I got to stay longer.
Fortunately, not all inspections were around the golf course, there were quite a few on the beach with a 2nd bunch of inspections. It is always so hard to imagine how the storm really was when standing looking out at the beach. ...
... But no longer being able to socialize or do much other stuff involving others for 6 years, well, I adapted... I planted perhaps 20,000-25,000 impatiens annuals over those years, and it totally laid the groundwork for the much fuller and ‘real’ life that I enjoy today… I am blessed and I have learned as I say often that there seems to be a blur betw’n good experiences and ‘bad’ experiences… there are ...
... water receded, there was a chance they were going to have to swim for it, head to the neighbor’s house, which has a third floor. I turned off football to watch CNN, to see Breezy Point, the "Irish Riviera," burn and hoped my mom had pulled the plugs on all the appliances in the basement. I flipped burgers and made French fries and tried not to spend too much time looking for updates on Facebook.
A childhood friend started a Facebook page ...