The Dana-Holcombe House
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... of the same name. Caught a great view of Salem Harbor.
And along the drive saw so many names related to all that New England history we learned about in school!
Tomorrow promises to be a quiet day and then on Wednesday I head back home.
see ya soon!
Oh, no pictures today because I have had to start using my phone to take them and have yet to find the best way to get them on this machine!
Earlier this year I finally finished putting together a reflective film about my study abroad experience. I am really happy with the way it turned out, and I learned a lot and re-remembered a lot about my trip in the process.
Digital Story Pellicano: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3CPZ1K tp54
... It was then time to head out to meet my host and hostess for the last leg of my journey, Michael and LaureAnn Price. They live about an hour from Poughkeepsie in Torrington, Connecticut, which is why I went to Poughkeepsie in the first place. But I am so glad that I did. What a lot there is to do around there!
That brings us to today! Almost caught up.
It has been a beautiful Sunday. We ...
I've been home for 2 months and I just realized something; I lost my hairbrush in England. I haven't owned perfume since I was 17 and rely solely on baby lotion, deodorant, and the occasional Febreeze spritz in times of real desperation. I refuse to wash my repulsive Vans due to sentimentality that they hiked a Grecian volcano. I often forget to shave the spot on the front of my ankle because I've cut myself so many times. I have a finger nail ...
"When I was just a little girl, I asked my mother, what shall I be?
Shall I be pretty, shall I be rich? Here's what she said to me:
Que sera, sera. Whatever will be, will be.
The future's not ours to see. Que sera, sera.."
Retrospectively on my mother singing Doris Day as she shampooed my lackluster brown bowl cut with Johnson & Johnson's No More Tears.. she was scapegoating an inevitable reality of which she was already well aware. An honest ...