Travelodge Aberdeen Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... seeing Jerry in the blue fleece pullover with last week's pigeon poop stains and it will be nice to spend an entire day not knowing from which end his insides burst forth (I'll get that report at dinner).
The gel polish on my fingernails is chipped, my raincoat is stained from the countless planes, trains, buses, taxis, and park benches it has graced, and my brain is tired from converting ...
... so far) and drive along the Jersey Shore before cutting over to Delaware on our way to Baltimore (the greater Baltimoreland area, I don't think that's really a thing, but I have to tease Linda just a little bit). The shore in New Jersey was beautiful, and we traveled through some pretty fancy places. You could see where houses were recently repaired, or still boarded up from hurricane Sandy. We probably would have tarried longer, but the public ...
... of our plans to visit every MLB stadium this summer that he offered us the use of his time-share in Phoenix where we could stay while we were there to see a Diamondbacks game. It turned out to be a spectacular hotel with swimming pools, waterfalls, hottubs, and, most importantly, a state-of-the-art air conditioning system (the Phoenix temperatures were topping 112 degrees both days we were there). This was before we’d picked up our travel trailer, and I truly ...
... Technologies. Even though sometimes (often) the kids themselves beat the **** out of me. It's all in a day's work.
The story of my career starts during that six-month stay in Texas back in 2006, the one we talked about last week. This time of my life was meant to be a silent period in which to reflect, but instead I tried to escape dealing with my emotions by going out with friends as much as possible. One of my old friends from childhood, Stef, had ...
... judging individuals that I didn't even know for things I knew nothing about. Accusing them of being apathetic about the woes of the world while I sit in my apartment being sad and lonely, feeling sorry for myself. Also doing nothing. In a flash I remembered a Gandhi saying that Miranda had loved to quote, "Be the change you wish to see in the world," and at that moment I knew what I had to do. It wasn't enough to just give a few bucks a month to ...