Wyndham Garden Manassas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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The visit with the Wesley Foundation at Howard went very, very well. There were only four students present (along with Rev. Armstrong) but, I much rather it this way. I know for a fact each of these four were actively considering seminary with two that were for sure applying to schools. There was some good conversation around what a day in the life of a Garrett student looks like, possibilities ...
... one of the most happy interactions I've ever had. In China, I was blessed to receive massive amounts of love and support from the people who knew me -- Siqi's family, my host family, friends at school, program staff. In their eyes, I wasn't "the pretty American girl" or "that girl who strangely knows how to speak Chinese", I was Amy, or Aimi. A silent majority of strangers in China respected my privacy and humanity, or just didn't give a hoot that a person ...
Thursday, 11:44pm Philippine time, 11:45am EST.
About 18 hours into this 20 or so hour voyage and I've received little if any sleep at all. It doesn’t help that I was up until midnight Wednesday, the night before the flight and then had to get up at 4am. So needless to say, I am tired… right now, I’m looking at about 3 more hours on this flight to Detroit, 2 hour layover, and then a 1.5 hour flight to Baltimore… then another hour or ...
I was a sophomore in high school. I had thick eyebrows and was overall, an awkward looking child (but then again, who WASN'T?!?). I went to an All Girls Catholic School. I was as innocent as they come (really). I had no ambition to travel around the world and I spent more time daydreaming that the boy who I liked actually liked me back rather than reading that book for Literature class. I assumed I would get married right after college and I would live happily ever ...
... There was also a memorial for the members of the Armed Forces who died attempting to rescue American hostages held in Iran in 1980. I wandered through the rows and rows of little white grave markers where members of the US Armed Forces and their families are buried. There are thousands of them. Those who fought in every conflict the US has been involved with. A somber but respectful place and it is very well maintained. I jumped back on the trolley ...