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... played pipe organs on the side. People around here are so darn friendly. They say hello, they make small talks, they show interest in you as a person. Really, I think it's so nice to be in a friendly community. Like when I was out running around the neighborhood yesterday, I ran past a dozen or so people who were doing various things, and they all smiled and waved. How nice is that! compared to say, running in a smog-filled, noisy, less safe ...
... extremely specialized doctors in big cities who do nothing but work on their given 3 inch parameter. Whereas, in rural areas, a doctor probably has to cover a bigger range. In a way, I like just doing what's expected of me, but at the same time, I like being able to do a wide range of tasks. That's another big thing I adopted from this year's travels-- flexibility and patience! I'm so used to planning things and executing them to perfection, and I've been ...
... and taking them for a good walk down to Cornelian Bay. Mum and Dad are meeting Becca down at Oyster Cove for lunch with the kids. Mum looked well, she has been going home and cleaning the house, vacuuming, washing, ironing and changing the bed for dad. You reap what you sow. We said goodbye after chatting for an hour and fifteen minutes I think. Mum said the hawthorn tree is in flower too and she cut some lilacs too. We couldn't stay up for too much longer and hit the hay by 9.30 ...
... Civil Rights Movement. The slogan "Free but not Equal" makes some sense to them now. The museum itself had a great documentary film and a well laid out timeline of Martin Luther King Jr.'s life.
From the interpretive centre we strolled down Auburn Avenue from Ebenezer Baptist Church to the house where Martin Luther King was born and grew up in. It was an amazing experience walking the two blocks from the church to the house. This is ...
... Your spirit and excitement about everything always makes a day behind the desk that much shorter and easier. Member Services has always been a huge part of my life at Georgia Tech as have you. Thank you for putting up with my ridiculousness sometimes, and I truly hope we can stay in touch as I leave.
Matt Salley: Sal, I know its been a while since we have been in touch, but I just wanted to dedicate a part of this to you because you were a huge part of my life during ...