THE INN AT CHARLES TOWN
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Fortunately my scone was gone by then or I wouldn't have been able to finish it. But we finally landed and I was one of the first people off the plane, and it felt good to get out into the air. The customs line was really quick, because they've set up these new self-service passport kiosks for American citizens. You just scan your passport, check anything you have to declare, and then it prints a receipt that you give to the customs agent. ...
... the confirmation email wasn't sent to me by their office. He seemed perplexed by this, and put me on hold again.
At this point I was trying very hard to pull myself back from teetering toward both fury and panic. Last night I saw Disney's Inside Out, and I kept imagining my little purple fear guy and my little red anger guy battling it out over my brain console. I took a deep breath and tried to channel Joy.
After another five or so minutes on ...
... physical performance, but also how to use physical techniques to focus and calm the mind. And that track led me to the Mindfulness theory.
Mindfulness is a new buzz word, but the concept is quite basic. It developed out of studies of how our brains perceive threats and process fear. See, according to leading psychologists, while human culture has evolved a great deal over the last few thousand years, our brains have actually not evolved that ...
... it was a Friday in the summer, during the peak of the international departures window, but things went smoothly and we even ended up in the TSA pre-check line somehow, which really sped things along, allowing us plenty of time to wait at the gate among a distinctly blonde/blue-eyed crowd of passengers.
I've been thinking a lot about time over the last two days, mostly how there never seems to be enough of it. I have five days left to get ready for summer in Oxford, and I'm finding that the remaining time is quickly filling up with activities. Some of the activities are necessary - laundry, packing, notifying the bank of my travel dates, and now the stupid daily meetings with my stupid leasing office people who ...