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We started the day in Philadelphia up early and straight to the Amtrak train station for breakfast, ready to catch the train to New York. I couldn't leave Philadelphia without having some "Philadelphia" cream cheese so breakfast it was! Cranberry Ciabatta toasted with 'low fat" Philadelphia Cream Cheese! It was rather delicious! Soft and creamy very fresh very nice. Done Philadelphia Cream Cheese in Philadelphia!
The train trip to ...
... as you played with and now taught the children in the Bethesda kids club. You've also made lasting impressions with the elderly at the Madison York assisted living center. I loved having you in the Nicki Minaj group as you provided lots of thoughtful perspectives during our discussions.
You have so much creativity, positive attitude, and musical ability to offer to others. I hope this mission trip helps you see your wonderful talents and boosts self confidence, and I ...
... this morning. Not a terrible thing, besides the fact that I didn't have rain gear, but allowed for me to get some much needed rest!
I headed out around 12. Walked around Times Square and headed down to Rockefeller Center. The stores and shopping are EVERYWHERE! I am going to be one of those crazy people who get up early to go to the Today Show. I ate at ...
... game that the shopping was good. Did a bit of shopping and wandered to Chinatown where we ate Vietnamese. We were all pretty tired from a busy day and our feet were sore but still managed a trip to the Rockefeller Centre just to pick up our tickets for later on, and we then made it back to the hotel for a drink before bed. Natalie ordered possibly the strongest cocktail on the Ritz menu (unknowingly!) which none of us could drink, but there were some interesting ...
... auditions, he took four of us outside. I was one of them. He told us that we were going to go in, one at a time, and just say the first line of our monologue, like we would in a audition. Introduce ourselves, etc.
For everyone of us, he asked us other questions and things as well. After the four of us went, we were all brought in and then he asked the rest of the group, "out of those auditions, who would you hire? Why?"