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... me so much that I thought nothing could be better. And then the next day I was proven wrong. I was seeing the rest of the world for what it really was. And now that that is all gone I feel sad and confused.
When we got home, it didn't really feel real for me. My brain is refusing to accept that the trip is completely over. Unpacking all of my stuff was hard but also my brain still refused no matter how many times I reminded it to accept that traveling ...
... solved. His near round the clock attention to detail coupled with one cigarette after another provided him with a nice heart attack in 1955.
Once he became president, he made sure to take advantage of the unity that the country experienced as it dealt with the death of a very popular president. He pushed his Great Society Agenda through in a tremendous flurry. For me, his presidency was one with great accomplishment due mainly to ...
... size: 11pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">Foraging is a must in any way, shape or form (as noted with Voo Doo doughnuts).
... a bit overwhelmed. A guy walked up to me with a sign " I-10" and told me he had been waiting multiple days for a ride. Damn!!!! I didn't want to do that. I hoped I looked alot more friendly then this 40 year old guy who needed a ride after getting out of jail for petty theft. Luckily for me he left to go ask people at the truck stops for a ride. Leaving me the on ramp. 3 hours after I got there a ride came in the form of a 70s short bus driven by a ...
... to cut this trip short due to the imminent birth of the babies
60mi into the journey we experienced ...