The Dana-Holcombe House
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Right across the Marriott, is a huge mall which extends at length crossing 2 streets. I like this mall for it has a nice relaxing area, like a flight of steps, in the centre where i always see a good crowd. I have not yet relaxed there yet - may be some day. Another area that attracts me to this mall is the food court - which has very good options for vegetarians too. Even though I have been to this mall a couple of times, today was the first day I purchased a few things, from ...
A small area in the building on the opposite end of the office. Carlos, I and Namyi often have our lunch here. While Carlos and Namyi have some good pre-made options, I either have a salad or have a made to order food. While I keep trying something new with what ever is available, the chef is polite to make me a new wish dish. Infact the first day, he liked ...
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 ...
... he was 1. Chris flew a bit of Stars and Stripes bunting to show willing, but otherwise it was a little English enclave. That didn't stop us going off to the local school's July 4th firework display in the evening though: we met up with Dave Godfrey and his family and a few thousand others for a pretty special display. Happy to hit the sack when we got ...