The Commons Hotel
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... all his records and awards. It’s interesting that he won his 3 Grammys for gospel songs...where his musical roots were... The first Grammy was in 1967 and was won for Best Sacred Performance, for his recording of “How Great Thou Art.” The only other competitive Grammys he won were in 1972, for Best Inspirational Performance - “He Touched Me” and in 1974, for Best Inspirational Performance—Non-Classical “How Great Thou Art”. ...
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... I would expect this major historical milestone will draw larger than usual crowds.
And so, I set off to meet my friend and get a ride to the airport from another friend, still deciding at the last minute what I can remove from the luggage, and trying to remember what I must add.
I will be writing next from Scotland, and very excited to be going back!
My parents brought me to the airport this morning, got me checked in and my bags all set, then they sent me through security and I was off! I got on my first plane all by myself to Boston, MA, and boy was I nervous! I kept checking over all of my ticket information and boarding passes, and of course I kept envisioning all the things that could go wrong. Thankfully, I made it through to Boston and had a pretty quiet layover. Amsterdam here I come!
Six months ago I decided to apply for a Global Seminar Abroad in Thailand, and believe it or not, tomorrow is the day that I leave! It hasn't really hit me yet (I think once I get on the plane I will be in full excitement mode). Tomorrow morning at 11:00am I will be heading to the airport for my 2:30pm flight. After flying for twelve and a half hours, I will arrive in Tokyo! This is the first country outside of the United States that I will be stepping foot in (I'm not ...