THE INN AT CHARLES TOWN
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... listed, the main number for USPS. Everything would be alright. I would explain that I was in fact home, and they would bring the shoes back. Or maybe I could even arrange to have the shoes left at the post office and I could pick them up. Either, way it would be fine. My shoes were safe.
An automated voice came on and asked me to enter the tracking number of my package, which I did happily. I waited for the connection to customer service, but then I ...
... brains don't perceive it as "just a test," as so many adults tell them - their brains perceive danger, a threat to their livelihood, and once again begin making up potential consequences to the potential threat. Humans go into Fight or Flight on instinct, usually without even realizing it, and since in today's society we are constantly bombarded with little "stressors" that don't actually present any a real threat to our safety, our brains can go in ...
... way to begin my summer which i was lucky enough to share with my wonderful dysfunctional family who resides in Nicaragua. Effectively, i visited them in Nicaragua and spent a very comfortable, enjoyable, and memorable summer with family and friends in a summer paradise. After having spent so much time with them (approx. 3 and 1/2 months) it was of course tough to say goodbye, especially since i would ...
... 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 ...
... little life called college was running out and there was nothing I could do to stop it...other than savor every minute of it. And while I still cried my eyes out until I got nauseous after graduation because I missed everyone and everything about that time, at least I did not leave wishing I'd done more, or done things differently.
I think that is the best and worst thing about going to Oxford - it ends. And it ends soon. Roughly ...