Knights Inn Atlanta-West/Six Flags
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Today is the last day of the Conference and our last full day in Atlanta. Drive to Orlando tomorrow to join the cruise on the 11th. I left the hotel early and caught the shuttle bus to the Martin Luther King Jnr Historic site. It included the Ebeneza Baptist Church that his father and he were ministers. The church was the centre of his civil rights work. His wife, after his assassination, took over and continued his amazing work for peace ...
... haha. Aaron gave me some soothing cuddles and laughs and we were already on our way to the next ride.
The next was Georgia Scorcher where you could choose if you wanted to sit or stand, so we all stood. There was no line for this ride either, so straight on we went and we managed to ride it twice in a row because of the lack of lines. We thought we had seriously lucked today with no lines, it certainly made the day more enjoyable.
We then made our way to the Dare ...
... And, honestly, more than ever, I think blogging is basic. It’s something that my seven-year-old neighbor could do and my ninety-year-old neighbor could do; and they probably do it! That's the point. There’s nothing distinctive or unique about my voice I don’t think; perhaps, though, that’s the point of this: me trying to figure out what it is I’m doing and what it is I’m trying to say and what my voice may be and sound like. Also, I think ...
Well I had an hour in the city of Atlanta, at the Greyhound Depot, waiting for my connection... it wasn't long, but it's worth writing about... First, it must be stated that I did not initiate any of the short conversations at the depot. I was sitting or standing minding my own business. First encounter was with a woman who offered me her shirt. Second short conversation, again with another woman, who ...
... place I thought it should go. First, let me just say I was so obsessed with you after I met you. When I first heard of you, I was worried that we just let another random asian into Phi Mu. However, I realized that you were an adorably sweet woman who had so much going for her. You were so put together as a freshman, I was so afraid that you would think I am a crazy freak... It worked out in the end, and I am glad I was/am able to call you Little. Forgetting titles, you are my ...