THE INN AT CHARLES TOWN
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... This package is undeliverable due to an insufficient address. It has been returned to the sender."
I waited for a few minutes, certain that there must be more to it, but the little computer voice just started listing off new options that had nothing to do with my shoes. I decided I'd better just go straight to customer service and avoid the little computer voice altogether. So I hung up and called back. This time, I didn't fall for any of her numerical ...
... I found it all made sense. The positive associations of coloring, the creative liberation of the mind, the calm, quiet moment to focus on something we create. That is at the core of a healthy mind. Perhaps if we can all start to, once again, see the world with the wonder of a child, we can confront the destructive power of stress and happily blend it away with our pencils and crayons.
And you can be damn sure I'll be hanging that on the refrigerator.
... his 100th ciggie of the day then we head off the the Virgin Lounge. I take my place at the bar and order my first drink. True to form it turns in to a minor session ........ Where's Doyle when I need him!!! I don't intend eating on the plane so I get a burger followed by a small cheese board. In fact the burger was pretty decent. Then it was G&Ts and vino etc. We really did get looked after very well. If Doyle was with me I dare say that it would have been very ...
... I can.
The check-in process was much easier this year. I purchased a luggage scale from Target for my bags so I was sure they made weight before we got here. My checked bag was 48 pounds - 3 whole pounds lighter than the limit! And this year I decided to splurge and bring the allowable two carry on bags, so I've got all kinds of fun stuff to keep myself entertained on the flight. When I first arrived ...
... we ever reach a point when we know we've spent all the time we need with someone or doing something we love? When we lose someone and we catch ourselves saying, "Oh, if I only had one more day!" would we really be satisfied with just one more day? Human beings are naturally selfish creatures - could we be satisfied with just one more day? Or one month? One year?
Maybe that is why our time has to be finite, because we could never ...