The Inn at Mitchell House
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... with Tommy. Against Steve & Les. (Steve reminded me of an older Brendan & the barmaid Becky, had an uncanny resemblance to little Ange, It was quite bizarre as it made me feel like we already knew them). They were all so friendly and welcoming and the funny banter was hilarious. Tommy asked what Andy done for work, so he said he was a sparky, they didn't know what this was so he explained an electrician, they all roared with laughter and pointed at Steve and said you're ...
... me to say goodbye properly. After a few tears and several hugs from Saz who has been amazing at making me feel better about the whole situation we had some breakfast. Bacon bagel had become the new favourite since I introduced Sarah to bagels. Sarah's lacrosse team were asked to help volunteer for a blood drive so we went down for our volunteering slot at 12.30. We weren't really needed to volunteer as there ...
... the energy to go into Baltimore. So we are staying about 1 hour from Hershey, PA which is our stop tomorrow. Bring on the CHOCOLATE!!! We are winding down our trip. Our last stop is with our friends in Pittsburgh. Can't wait. We visited them last year and had a GREAT time though we had some recovery to do after our visit. Well worth 2 AMs by the bonfire. Ghilani's, we're almost there!!!!
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... as dark brown sludge-water gushed like an angry river through the room and swept up my things, tossing them about as if they were valueless toys. Nature's playthings. I shook my head back and forth impulsively in this transcendental moment of disbelief, like a dog who was trying to shake off non-existent water. I rushed into action as soon as the reality of my predicament caught up with my awareness. My room was flooding, everything that I owned ...
It is with great sadness that I announce the passing of Robert Millhouser. Bobby was Paul's paternal half-brother. Born with mental retardation and cerebral palsy, Bobby's body and mind were limited, but his heart certainly was not. He was incredibly sweet and loving and quick with a smile. In my last conversation with him in early February, ...