Daystop Brunswick I-95
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... the front center seat with wide eyes and a smile from ear to ear. The room is silent. The expressions on their faces give me a boost of adrenalin. Normally, my voice shakes when I give speeches, but this time, I speak with total confidence and control. I feel like I have my audience in the palm of my hand. “I’ll break this down into simpler terms,” I continue, “so that it’s easier to understand. I’ll draw a chart ...
... rotten oranges,” I complain.
“Deacon keeps hitting me,” Artiste whines.
“There’s Something About… An Aqua Velva Man,” Mom says. She is reading the little signs along the road about every quarter mile. Each sign has a few words of a commercial on it. I never see signs like this in MI. There are also giant signs with a large image on each billboard. “Brylcreem… A little Dab… ...
... Doin the Charleston’ mini bus tour, led by Marvin, the owner of said bus. He certainly knew his stuff! City first established in 1670; named for Charles II of England, the first shots of the Civil War were fired from here. Again, this City has that older feel so reminiscent of what we are used to in Europe and again, it is leafy and very picturesque. We walked a good few miles and thoroughly enjoyed the ...
... Jameson asked if you could get in trouble if you don't have a fishing license if the fish jump on your boat. Valid question.
I stayed up for a while after the flying fish hit me, thankful it was not a fifty pound ray, and still laughing to myself about it. After the evidence was in that it was in fact a fish, my first thought was that Aunt Eleanor had sent it. I thought it was just weird timing considering she had not crossed my mind for a while, and ...
... Her kind offer of some of her medicinal marijuana (which I turned down) was less appreciated! Bridie was extremely helpful, but I felt the need to move on pretty swiftly when I (somehow - and I genuinely don't understand how) elicited an unhealthy amount of jealousy in her new wife (I mean, I'm the wrong gender, for goodness sake! and WAY too young).
Next up were Sam and Heather, a really fantastic, almost benevolent couple, who took me in to their home as a guest in Richmond. ...