blue, The Inn on the Beach
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... author of Moby Dick) called Bartleby. It is for my American Literature course which I think I am FINALLY starting to get a hang of! This weekend I will be recording a segment for ECTV who will be interviewing me about my experience at Endicott as an International Student. I am very excited to share my story but very nervous at the same time.
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... and relax and later out to dinner at Sabitino’s where we just ordered appetizers.
September 4th-Tuesday-At last a good nights sleep, and woke to rain! The weather has been absolutely perfect ever since I arrived here so do not mind a bit of wet today. We were lazy and finally off for a bit of groceries, a new mouse, some printer ink and a trip to the movies to see The Odd Life of Timothy Green. It was a cute story and it made the ...
... devastating storm that could have brought up to 10 inches of rain and hurricane-force winds.
“I listen to everybody say it wasn’t a big deal,’’ said Medford Mayor Michael McGlynn, who counted his city among the lucky. “People were killed in this storm.’’ At latest count, 40 perished in the storm nationally, one in Southbridge. “We were fortunate we had minimal damage to personal property,’’ said McGlynn. At ...
... makings for dinners. After that UPS, again about a mile away, where I mailed my old computer to Jenni. Wow- $22.70 to ship it to Oregon! A stop at WalMart to pick up my drugs and a few things I had not found last trip. One of my meds is not ready yet-doctor has not called back-hope I get it before I leave as I am out of that one! A quick stop at the post office and finally home. It was cool this morning, under 100 but ended up 106 again. I messed around here for a bit, talked ...
... Italy then it was back on the Trolley to go see Bunker Hill. It was inspiring walking around this little hill realizing 1200 shop keepers, merchants, farmers and others kept 2500 British Regular Army at bay for nearly two days. By the time the Colonials had to leave the hill due to lack of ammo, over 1500 Red Coats were killed or injured. Maybe our current elected officials should go up there and look around so they ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed