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... one of the oldest on the island. So old, in fact, that the house is made of white oak which initially covered the whole island until it was completely deforested. All newer homes have been built with red oak. Some of the support beams for the second floor have a specific number of notches indicating to which place they belong. Very cool. We left the house and headed to the skatepark at which point we met John who was there with his kids. We got to talking and John mentioned ...
... meats while everyone else was getting a bag of chips! Abby was an angel, as usual, and we were back in London in no time. Rob had reserved private cabanas for Abby and I and for Justin. They were very cool. It was like having your own little hotel room, complete with room service. We settled in, ordered lunch, Abby pooped and fell asleep and all was right with the world. When our allotted time was over, we moved out into the lounge, got drinks and settled ...
... like, "wait, come with me". So we walked to the front door and he pointed out across the way, "you can just park in the VIP parking for the night. Don't do it all the time, but for tonight its cool and its free". I was stoked! What a great connections. It pays to get there early and make connections. It's all about connections.
So i moved the van to the lot directly across from the venue and situated myself. I was a bit tired and decided to take a little snooze. When I ...
... and data). I didn't buy anything exciting, except for Long Island (brand) Iced Tea from some super-expensive organic boutique supermarket (ugh!). It was delish mind you, although not remotely alcoholic.
Now it's today (the 16th?), I am suffering from jetlag and woke up at 11am, missing the last shuttle to the train station. Alas, no city trip today...luckily I can go into Huntington again at 1.30, maybe I'll buy a cell phone this time...or some more of that iced tea.
It's now 5:30am. Enough sleep. A little over ten months ago two business class tickets were purchased using my accumulated American Airlines mileage. At that time there was only a whisper of hope that today would become a reality.
Who knew if Carolyn would actually retire? Who knew if she would find another job that required her to start work at this time? There were too many if's, ...
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