Inn at Millrace Pond
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... if it's not safe? What if, what if, what if...
What if we get sick? We go to the doctor. What if we don't like it? We move on. What if it's not safe? We don't go/we move on. Every day, everyone makes decisions based on "What if" questions without even realizing it. "What if I don't bother working today?" "What if my car breaks down?" "What if my child is sick?" Does it paralyze you? Does it make you stay in bed and not ...
... a lot cleaner than before, the streets are in need of a make over. Shopping at a Fifth Ave store is more comfortable at a mall than on the actual 'Avenue'. The brand named shops are everywhere so being in New York to shop is not necessary anymore.
With the limited time we had we took Phil's advice and headed for the Frick Collection up on the corner of Fifth and Seventieth. This property was build by Henry Clay Frick, one of the Pittsburgh ...
... her. Oh Meg!
We also got asked by some guy if we could be models for some MTV ad because we 'totally fit the part'!
On the train ride home Meg and I planned our next big bash - Deg's Funky Follow up **** up! Can't wait!!!
Meg and I stayed in one night while everyone else went out. I finally got a BBQ pulled pork sub! Best thing ...
... years and just recently received a grant to build a new facility. Each student has his/her own teacher and the goal is to acclimate them to social situations and build their confidence so that they can attend public schools someday. John did a brief program for them and then we invited the kids to come up and practice juggling and play the various musical instruments that he has while he made each of them a balloon animal.
... expected, my excitement did not allow much sleep, so I woke at 2:30 and was on the road by 3:00. I surprisingly felt no sadness about leaving home or our day-to-day routines. I did feel a mix of extreme excitement for our adventure to come mixed with a bit of apprehension about tackling the NJ to CO trip alone. Although I did the NY to Colorado trip before, that was in 1990s, when I was younger, healthier, and more care-free. The trip ended up being a wonderful ...