The Red Fox Inn & Tavern
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Banquet room
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... age. But why? What's the deal? With millions of us paying millions of dollars on yoga and stress relief therapy, where does such a basic childhood activity fit in?
Over the last few years I've developed a fascination and respect for all things psychology. It first started with my coaching, as I did my best to counsel my girls though bouts of performance anxiety, poor self image, insecurity, and bullying. I studied up on ways to use the mind ...
... his car! In the morning, Tony and I went for a quick walk around the lake before heading back to camp. Nay and I were originally going to use this day for sightseeing around Washington but with an extra day in the bank, we decided to chill out instead as we had literally not stopped moving for two weeks. I headed to Walmart to find breakfast and some fishing essentials whilst Tony went for a run around the lake and Nay got on with some research and ...
... the traditions, like "Sinterklaas en Zwarte Piet" ;-)
Every time I am in the USA I try to come to say hello to them, Steven, her husband is now having a funny collection of Dutch words!
The weather was just wonderful for the time of the year, so we went outside to sit and feel the sun on our face. When seeing the picture afterwards I thought, OMG I definitively need ...
... Baby, because the whole World Cup Crew (especially House A) experienced the lead up to her arrival together. Not only were Kayla, Emmett and Karene up early in the wee hours of the morning trying to help Irv get his flights changed since Nicole’s contractions caught everyone by surprise. In fact, they insisted that the baby girl be named “Emma Kaylarene” in honor of their efforts. (I was extra thankful that my sister in ...
... just knocking themselves out, and realization finally hit me yesterday that I only have eight days left. Only eight days! Crazy.
I'm very excited to go back to Oxford, and this time it is easier because I know (sort of) what to expect. I know which bus to take out of Heathrow. I know how to get from the bus station to Pembroke (totally walking it this year instead of wasting 6 pounds - sidenote, just discovered my laptop ...