Mandarin Oriental, Boston
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I don't always feel great, and believe me, I would prefer to not have needed these toxic cancer treatments. But life IS what it is and I'm practicing making lemonade out of lemons!
I continue to enjoy my impromptu Boston vacation. The many lessons of my yoga teachers help. Yoga is safe exercise when properly taught and practiced. When I take a class with other yogis, I feel strong, not ill. It keeps me very much in the present and I even forget that ...
... had tons of TVs and we enjoyed fantastic clam chowder, spinach artichoke dip and a cookie sundae while we drank good beers and cider. In the end The Habs beat the Bruins and the Pats edged out the Jets which was a great end to a seriously challenging day. I guess every day can’t be perfect and we need a few challenges thrown at us to keep us on our toes. We got through it, didn’t yell at each other, ate great pizza and won some sports! Life ain’t that ...
... one more dose of Lobster for a late lunch! Wandered around the very lovely Harbourside.
This morning the temperature is predicted to be 25 degrees and we are packing ready to catch the first leg of our 27 hour journey home!
We are all sad to be ending this great adventure - we have had a ball together and being with such good, old(!) friends has been the icing on top of the cake.
See you all soon and we promise not to bore you too ...
... where we enjoyed a long break taking in the Floral Bridge which was started in 1929 on an old tram line. A fine job. Coffee/lunch, touristing. Great. On to Deerfield -a town with buildings and history back to the early 1700s. Buildings preserved with a great opportunity to learn more of history. As well as self-guided we had a couple of guided house visits of the mInisters Ashley House built 1734 and Friary House c1760 with an Arts and Crafts 1890s/early 1900s feel. Oct 15 A warm day ...
... coming into the truth he was shot in the neck by his stepfather in the late 70's, and became paralyzed. It helped us to see that if he could do what he does in his situation, then it should not be as difficult for us to serve Jehovah as he wants us to. One of his comments about the ransom sacrifice was "the premium has been paid for our insurance cover". Another one: In the paradise a young person asks "What was a hospital?" ...