Mt. Vernon Baltimore
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... Located right on the harbor, it was a great location and very scenic. Across the harbor, the iconic Domino Sugars building could be seen. And when the sun began to set, the views of the harbor were great. The weather was perfect and we enjoyed relaxing outside and enjoying views and open bar. Around 11, the reception ended and we thankfully had Sandy's dad as a designated driver to get us safely back to the hotel.
... there was a mass exodus suddenly taking place. At first many of us were confused and then we saw the rain in the lights. The crew chief almost instantly called for the tarp. By the time the tarp was covering the infield, the rain had stopped. They did not resume play however, I assume due to the radar. It rained on and off and then the lightning came. The radar image they showed on the big screen had storms stacked in moving right at us. About the ...
... to make up for the difficult ones. I certainly missed making those connections the past few months. I'm also learning much more about the cardiac patients, the different medications and procedures that we do at WHC. I love to come home and google the heck out of everything until I understand it all.
It's been a big adjustment in a lot of ways, but all in all its good to be home. There will be ups and downs wherever I go. Plus, if you know me, you know I'm not going ...
... had been kicked open and the floor was completely torn apart. I knew immediately that my downstairs neighbor was the culprit. When I began to examine the damage, I saw, to my horror, that there was a massive, cave-like enclosure underneath the floor which had been hidden by the wooden floorboards. This cave was sectioned off into cavernous partitions by what appeared to be gigantic gray and orange-colored plastic bins, each one so deep that all I could see when I looked down inside ...
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