Red Roof Inn Princeton
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... I imagined it would be. That sinking feeling in the pit of my stomach and the constant lump in my throat knowing I would be saying goodbye to people to whom I have grown so close. Even though I didn't get to sleep until 3:30 am, I was up Saturday at 5:30, filled with anxiety and dread at my impending departure from my true home away from home. My workers and my Ana Lucia were coming at 7, and I just watched the minutes tick by until I had to say my final goodbyes for this year. ...
In 5 days I will be heading to Honduras for my third service trip, and I couldn't be more excited! Joining me this summer will be Matt again, who has recruited his cousin Lizzy, Julia- one of my Spanish 3 students from this past school year, and my friend Xiao Hua from kickboxing. As always, gathering supplies and donations to ...
... over we walked out to the church into SNOW! Everyone was excited that it was snowing, everyone but us that was...We were freezing! We spent the evening with family, and helped finished wrapping all those presents from Mom, Dad and Santa. Finally, it was time to sleep.
Christmas day we were awoken by the excitement that comes from children. As the paper was torn and the smiles grew we were glad to be there with the Thompson family. Laura, cooked ...
... and the ordinary border fence! Once he was back in the fence was hooked back up and the power back on, he was testing it to check if it was on, let me tell you, pigs are SMART!
The other pig is Lizzy, equally as beastly as Rachaun, and currently has 8 piglets! In about 2 weeks the piglets will be sold off, but they're keeping 2 of them, there's pictures of all the pigs in on here somewhere.
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Me and Mette ...
... spend the morning recovering (a Mexican breakfast helped) but that night we headed out for our first anniversary dinner at Coliccio & Sons opposite the Chelsea Market. The food was absolutely delicious and the service amazing. They even made a special menu for us – although it said “5th” anniversary… We’ll just have to go back!
The following Saturday a whole group of us – mostly Aussies, went river tubing ...