The Red Fox Inn & Tavern
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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We made a short, pretty drive up the Potomac from Washington to visit our friend P.J. and his kids. (Sadly, we missed wife Elizabeth due to her business trip to Austin.) Though we only spent one night, I really enjoyed the time visiting - ok, geeking out - with P.J., as well as all the time with the adorable children.
... them or not, I will teach them, and I will push them to improve themselves and their knowledge. That is my one and only goal. If we like each other along the way, great! If not, I'm not losing any sleep over it, and neither should my students. Not everyone they encounter throughout their lives is going to like them, and that is ok.
In fact in my early years of teaching I found that liking students actually inhibited my ability to ...
... all together to continue the trek. Andrea and I certainly had the worst of it. And we should have had the best tickets, along with Marshall, as we were in the 2nd row right to the side of the goal. We could almost reach out and pat Tim Howard on the back while he was in goal. But I guess we figured “to hell with it…we were soaked already” – so may as well be out in the rain, jumping and cheering and having ...
... boat only fits 4 people. Hinesh and I decide to paddle and we set out. The waters are calm and its easy enough but the boat doesn't move fast. So while we're moving our little legs the boat doesn't go very far. Its a nice day so we soak in the sun rays and enjoy being in the water. We turn the boat around when we get to the orange buoys but turning it around was a different story. We were now going against the current so it was so much harder. I swap seats with John and he takes his ...
... because the health of our daughter, Joy, had been so unstable, we put this desire on hold. Recently we felt God was telling us that now is the time.
Our desire is to adopt a girl between 6-10 years old; that would make her about the same age as Joy. We hope that we can travel this summer as we have more babysitter options for Joy. We anticipate having to stay 1-2 months in the Ukraine from what we ...