TownePlace Suites Philadelphia Horsham
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Philly...we hardly knew ye, but we liked what we saw in the few hours we were here. The power plants we saw on the river as we came in from the airport reminded us of its blue collar roots. We stayed in Center City to be within walking distance of Independence Hall and the other historic sites, and liked the renovation going on, mixture of colonial and modern. Posting a photo of one of the ...
... my sunglasses in sunny Philadelphia already feels like ages ago.
It was really hard to pay attention in my two classes on Friday. During psychopharmacology, Ciara and I were too excited to listen to the long-term side effects of cocaine use or the way certain neurotransmitters act in the brain. We went home straight after class to pack our bags and got together in the boy's room at 4 pm sharply. While we were in class, Josh and Alex had gone to pick up the van that ...
... as her leg was bent at an angle but she just had to wear a brace so it was better than we all thought. So she was lucky. I made friends with another girl named Sindy. She is from Liverpool. Our task of making door signs and welcome cards for the new campers enabled us to talk and get to know each other so it was great getting to know her too.
The weather was becoming humid which was not fun. It was not stifling hot though so it was
manageable. We had ...
... options for people who can't manage at home and need further intense inpatient rehabilitation (unless they also have a brain injury). Especially those of working age and these are the people that are statistically more likely to succumb to major trauma. This means they are unable to work, support their families and contribute to wider society. The past couple of days have given me a lot to think about and I am so so greatful to those at HUP for their willingness and support with ...
... blight, etc. What my team is working on is cleaning up alleyways and vacant lots, thinning and planting trees, building community gardens and fences, working with community volunteers and helping with events hosted by the city such as Love Your Park week coming up. There's a couple ideas going on here. One, the broken window theory: if the window is broken, why would you care if the steps broke also? But if the window is fixed or brand new, wouldn't you ...