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... over the past week and they hosted a small outdoor picnic for a few of us as a going away present. My favorite was the crab cakes (we ARE in Maryland!) and a dessert that was called a "burger cookie". I don’t know what it was, but it was DELICIOUS.
It’s supposed to rain all night so I’m crossing my fingers we can get off the lot in the morning. We have a 5:30am call time because of possible weigh stations along the route. We’re heading to New ...
... a disgusting, mucky pond with a current. As soon as the word current flashed and jolted across my field of thought, I waded through the room quickly, splashing water about while I unplugged all of my electronics in a survival-mode panic. A flooded room is one thing, but electrocution is quite another. I then began to retrieve what I could from the water, putting stuff wherever there was room. Any place that was at least a foot from the ground. ...
... Lauren was thrilled to be recruited since she's been working on advance ticket sales, so we had a great time getting to know her during our short time with her.
She took us to a daycare for our first stop and it turned out to be one of the best programs John's done yet. The kids were attentive, excited, and loose with their laughter through the whole thing...the teachers were laughing along with them and all in all, it was a great half hour for everyone. Lauren even ...
Connecting to Faith….connecting to SELF….connecting with GOD ~ just among the reasons why trips are more than just what my eyes can feast over places and seasons. To me traveling has become a journey to life’s virtues.
One of the rarest times my travel list had conquered, was a trip so memorable - to the National Shrine in Baltimore, Maryland in the edifice of Faith inside the Minor Basilica and a National ...
First thought: Thank the good Lord above for GPS! D.C.'s streets are crazy! Streets are on a simple grid, just like Phoenix and rural Kansas Lettered streets run east and west, numbered streets run north and south….EXCEPT for the streets named after states which run diagonally toward the capitol, and squares or circles throughout the city. It makes for some really strange shaped lots; even some that are ...