Wingate Voorhees-Cherry Hill/Mt Laurel/Philadelphia Area
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I could send out an S.O.S. My mom was on google chat and I informed her of our current situation. I used facebook chat to talk to some friends in our church to try to get another ride back to the airport later that day. And I used the iPad to try to facetime everyone I could possible think of.
Lesson learned: always contact your mom...she will solve everything for you. My mom was able to coach me on Google chat about how to ...
... travelled back to that garden to see it overflowing with green plants! There was still work to be done – we mulched pathways, planted more flowers and thinned out the corn that was growing thick and green – but to see such a project from start to "finish" with an enthusiastic community support infused us with the greatest feeling of accomplishment. It was an epic way to end a project round. Then tool check-ins, wrap up with the Office of Civic ...
... and therefore almost blister-free) on our long hikes.
-Thermals. Both top and bottom. They packed down to almost nothing and made a huge difference when I stayed the night in freezing cold hotels with no heat.
- A roll of clear packing tape. For mailing boxes of souvenirs home, for taping up bottles so they didn't leak in my bag, for a million random and unforeseeable situations that came up.
- A tiny tube ...
... He gave back all the candy he collected of course but it was funny to see him in the scrum.
Once the pinata festivities were finished, the three boys posed in the t-shirts my mom sent them. See the photo...so cute! This party was really a testament to what my trip was all about. Sure, I had a good time at the clubs and the beaches but in the end, this really was about family. Being at Paul's 7th birthday party once again ...
... that's completely up to you. "Alright, well what is this thing--character ed or something?" Uh... yeah.
Then he proceeded to give the most flat, distant, who-cares sort of introduction. Ridiculous--it made us so mad. Eventually, we rationalized that the video will speak for itself--kids will appreciate it and enjoy it as they go along, despite the poor introduction. We just regretted that the introduction failed to set the appropriate tone for the assembly.