THE INN AT CHARLES TOWN
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of the battle, and the hill where the "Georgia Boys" held off the advance of the Union Troops trying to cross the bridge over Antietam Creek. There is even a tree still standing that was there during the battle. The "Witness" tree shows up in drawings made by soldiers who were in the battle at the bridge.
After lunch, we stopped by South Mountain Creamery, a large dairy farm that still delivers milk to homes as well ...
... it for an old teacher you see later in the day - the irony will make everyone happy.
#2.:"[Insert teacher name], you're so hot/sexy."
I'm sad to admit that I've gotten this from students AND parents at least once every year of my career. I've also gotten critiques of my ass, stomach, and legs, sometimes in front of classes, sometimes in crowded hallways, sometimes in private. Every time I hear this or anything like it it makes ...
... completely gone?
I remember starting my senior year at SMCM - I made a senior year bucket list of all the things I hadn't done that I wanted to do before graduation. Most of them seemed silly - go to a varsity basketball game, stay up all night and watch the sunrise over the river, climb to the roof of Schaeffer Hall, etc. When I made the list I remember thinking how much I had to do and how little time I had left. My time in the ...
So, day one of proper travel and it got off to a great start with my flight being cancelled, but, after 6 hours of bumming around Glasgow airport, I finally managed to get going with BA. Plus, the extra few hours in Glasgow meant that I got to see the world famous Robert Llewellyn-Bowen coming out of the airport. Got in to DC a couple of ...
... us at Blockbuster to look at movies while she went to Little Caesar's to pick up our celebratory TGIF pizza dinner.
We loved browsing those bright, cream-colored aisles. Of course we always had to hit up the New Releases wall first, but eventually we would make our way to the inner aisles, where the older films were located. I can't even call what we did "walking" down the aisles - it was more stand, one step to the side, and stand, ...