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... penned by Ralph Waldo Emerson who commemorated this day in his poem "Concord Hymn."
We ended our day at Walden Pond to appreciate the place that led to many inspirational thoughts written by the author Henry David Thoreau. We spent an hour quietly journaling and reflecting on this beautiful place. Ahhhh....
What a day it was!
The Boston ...
... But JJ seemed to have weakened more - he would not come upstairs to have his dinner. He stayed in the basement and went into Djuna's crate. I fed him there. It really breaks my heart .... Don't know what is hurting him.... His left hind leg seemed to be doing worse .... It makes me not want to travel any more as I really don't want to leave him ....
OK. This vacation is over. We enjoyed the escape to warmness and the good time with friends.
Arrived back in Boston this afternoon. Trip here from North Conway went well but did hit some very heavy rain along the way. Before leaving N Conway we drove out to Cathedral Ledge and had coffee at a nice place in town, the second best on our trip. N Conway is a very nice place and much as I was expecting of the New England. The ...
... connection of myself and my place in the world = definitely yes.
I've studied so many new philosophies, spent so much time discussing topics with amazing and crazy people, read heaps of books, learnt so many esoterical type things and have definitely become better at meditation...but I'm still so far away from one of my life goals of being at one with the universe ;) I've learnt so much and my brain is still processing it all and figuring ...
... a lot. After the second stop, which was the Granary Cemetery (where we saw the graves of Paul Revere, Mother Goose, Ben Franklin's parents, and three signers of the Declaration of Independence -- Paine, Hancock, and Sam Adams), Kat called it quits. She decided to wait back in Boston Common for Wren and I to finish the tour.
Not knowing at this point that she had bronchitis (we found out the next day), Wren and I decided to quickly complete the Freedom Trail and ...