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... having my own office! I am not worried about tomorrow's big-ass meeting at all, which may or may not be a good thing. I need to finish my training (safety, site-related stuff) tomorrow I believe, but nobody has told me this so I doubt they care. One more workday before the big first weekend.
Yesterday evening I went to Peter's house for BBQ food. I went to get me a cold pop and I smelled BBQ! It was nice.. the food was good and I had a ...
... in my gorgeous silver, Ferrari suitcase. When I pack ahead of time, I end up walking around my apartment, after i've "finished" packing, and pick up missed items along the way. "Yes, I really do need that 37th pair of undies and ooh, this jar of whatever."
Update: I'm leaving in about an hour and I better have packed anything I need. I'm very thankful for Sara who came over last night and made me take ...
Today we went on a tour of the Subway to look at some of the art that you can find. A lot of the time you are so busy catching trains or leaving the stations in the middle of crowds you don't notice some of the art there is. We took a tour with a guide and we went in to the subway at Times Square and then got on and off trains at lots of different stations to stop and look at the art. We ...
... some dinner in Astoria. The restaurant is called the ‘Strand Smokehouse’. On the subway I ran into Eilad who also appeared to be going to the event. It’s like a wooden beach house but really large and no beach of course. You order your meat by weight (I let Ryan order for me to make it easy for myself) and then you have a different line for drinks. Eilad got us some drinks. So as you ...
... him. I do not pay
attention to his remark. If it is true, all car-driver jobs would make
Instead, I subdue myself to the wisdom of writers mounted on imposing
pedestals watching the Mall, that generous alley which, inspiring,
leads me to the Bethesda Fountain, also named the Water's Angels
Fountain. It is one of the highest in New York and one of the most
well known in the world. Emma Stebbins was the artist that has