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... articles on the topic which is how I got in touch with her. She kindly arranged hospital visits for me and invited me to stay in her home too. On the first day I went to shadow a dietetic led outpatient feeding clinic designed to improve children's oral intake. The clinic compromises in addition to the dietitian: a speech and language therapist, occupational therapist, social worker and nurse. One of the clients was on a tube feed ...
... however; hates the speed limit changes and stop lights.
First town, Cottondale; a pretty little place.
Loved seeing this sign: "Typewriter Repairs Here" (A blast from my past!)
Do people still use typewriters?
Alabama Welcome Center to get brochures for sightseeing.
Storms predicted around 2:00 in Dothan but clear skies when we got there; no campgrounds. Ozark is the next ...
... buy at the store.
Greenville isn't a farming town anymore, but you can still see cotton fields nearby. Now Greenville is mainly an industrial town. They have factories for wood products, fabrics, and car parts.
Greenville is also a pretty town. It has a scenic golf course and a park where people can go camping. The town of Greenville calls itself "The Camellia City". Camellias are a ...
Memphis is our farthest destination on the east of US and now its time to start heading south. We started the day by visiting "Graceland" Elvis Presley's house/ranch in Memphis. It was amazing to see how the king of rock and roll lived. I had a kick seeing all the costumes he wore. ...
Finally, I find the treasure in Andalusia, the treasure is under a tree. And I can get together with my true love- Fatima. Also, I find my personal legend and I know many theories during this journey. Thanks for the people who help me and let me persist my dream, I also thanks for the people who deceive me, fight me or rob my money. They make me grow to maturity. Overall, I like this journey and I will remember ...