Boston Marriott Peabody
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... her OT assistant program. She will need to take the test in order to get a job and there is a waiting period before she can. I need to do nursing orientation during the first week of June. So the date was set and we decided to begin on June 7.
There was also debate about driving (driving...driving) to CA and back. It just seemed to me while planning this that we would barely be able to stop and smell ...
Today begins with an earlier morning so that I can walk to the hospital in time for handover as I am spending the morning shadowing on a surgical ward. I also spent time with the respiratory therapist learning about their role within this hospital system. In the afternoon I sat in on the Emergency Management committee meeting, the events that they're planning for are crazy but are being ...
... the kids were getting tired though.
Then, as we were close we decided to grab a train to Havard - easy one to get there (it did hurt passing the station for MIT) . A quick walk through the university - funnily enough we were at the science centre; back through some dorms, with Connor playing a soccer version of totem tennis and back on the trains. In the interests of planning ahead ...
... Free Friday for the Freedom Trail Tours and we had a great time visiting all those places we had learned about in history class.
We have decided that the obscure tidbits of information are our favorite. For instance, we found it fascinating that John Hancock and his wife did not get along. When he passed away, she buried him in his best clothes and with his expensive rings and told anyone who would listen about it. It didn't take the grave robbers long to ...
A quick-ish update today. The morning of the 20th of May was drizzly and overcast but we still went out to have a walk around and explore the old port of Portland. We wandered up to the museum and other tourist sites in the centre of town to discover that most places were closed on a Monday, so we then walked up a big ass hill to the tall observatory tower at the other end of town to take in the view of the coastline (you can see where this is ...