Four Points by Sheraton Norwalk
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... there and I am so grateful for them. After living there for such a long time, I built a strong foundation of friends, places, familiar smells and sounds, and memories on which I can see and experience while visiting. It is such a beautiful and familiar place for me and I was blessed with the opportunity to visit there again.
Yesterday I drove down to Connecticut to see my grandparents. They are such warm, ...
... to take care of our own health and wellbeing while being away from home, and what to expect upon arrival in another country. But I think what is on everyone's mind right now is, "how the heck are we going to get through that twelve to fourteen hour plane ride? Ugh!" That should be interesting.
Our last activity of the day was the cultural simulation activity called Bafa Bafa. I would like to tell you more about ...
... in 5 days!!!
Started packing today and I'm starting to get nervous and excited. My first day there I will be attending a Jim Hynes Dinner. Google Jim Hynes. Basically he's an American that lives in Paris and every Sunday for 30 years. He hosts an open house dinner where you are guaranteed to meet people from all walks of life.
I already contacted the couple with whom ...
... Jungle , meeting amazing people, volunteering and meeting the child that my family sponsors. Can't wait to get started.
Went to B& H today to complete the purchase of last minute digital tools; a mini camcorder to record and serve as a backup to my Nikon camera, extra battery, extra memory chip. We picked up arts and crafts supplies for the kids in ...
Remember growing up when you were watching 'Raiders of the Lost Arc' and Indiana Jones gets on those rickety airplanes and flies around the world chasing artifacts? Those were the early days of travel. They were raw. Travel was difficult. You had to carry cash. You had to telegraph (expensively) messages home. Airplanes had shorter range so there were a lot more stops. It was the great wild west!
Things are different today. You can use ...