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... three corn on the cobs. Will drove us back to his where we quickly began hammering open the crab claws. The crabs were absolutely covered in old bay which apparently you can never have too much of! The crabs were delicious and washed down with several beers and ciders. Ricky then joined us and we talked for a bit and then watched an episode of house. Will then drove us home where we had a few snacks before ...
... with the front desk clerk like it was his job. He also got to talk to his Aunt Vicki (my SIL) who is also in Baltimore, along my my nieces, for the JT/Jay Z concert -- she called us to check on us since we're all in town together. And then he got to see his Papa, or, as he calls him "my friend Daddy." Tomorrow the boys fly back home together while I will wander my way back home solo, most likely down through the mountains of Virginia and North Carolina before ...
... I longed for freedom, away from the things that were comfortable to me. Moving to Maryland was kind of like the first time I moved out of my parent's house, but on a larger scale. I was asserting my absolute independence to the universe.
I lived through many grand and dangerous adventures during my first four year on the East Coast, some of them heroic and some of them enormously stupid and selfish. I was employed in all kinds of ...
... lowest moment during this last week was definitely having to deal with a flood that destroyed my basement apartment and many of my possessions.
My highest moment this week was when my landlord agreed to reimburse me for my losses by allowing me to live rent-free until I leave for my upcoming Nepali Quest (July 12th).
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... Hannah in Indiana on their way through.
So off we set on a summer adventure through Baltimore to D.C. and back again! We meandered by the river to see the boats and nearly missed Mass that day due to 4th of July festivities. A parade passed by with marching bands! That’s what I miss the most from parades back home. MORE MARCHING BANDS!! Anyone remember the Cracker Jacks? We had to travel all the way to D.C. that night to find ...