Econo Lodge Sutton
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... Canal 1870-1914 by David McCullough. I'm trying not to be daunted by this 617pg. historical account, which is easy so far because of the author's writing style which is easy and interesting to read.
I highly recommend both of these books. I will soon write another blog entry with some of the best websites I have found so far, for those interested in learning a bit more without reading the 617page book!
And now back to ...
... 13. I-phone turned off and reconfigured. No roaming charges.
12. Updated addresses on this blog.
13. Last salad eaten tonight
14. Salt water dip in Rockport and long swim in Crystal Lake
15. Emergency numbers to my family. Copies of passport left at home.
Exciting! And a little scary. I'll catch you on the other side of the world. I'm starting to dig tomorrow morning. xoxo Andi
... depressing! Perfect example happened today. We got about 5 inches of snow overnight and then continued in the morning. It was a good kind of heavy snow, the awesome packing type, and looked so beautiful when I left my apartment at 8am. Walking in it was admittingly difficult, albeit lack of removal, but it was still doable. When returning home 6.5 hours later, everything was already melting and slushy, leaving a huge mess and giant puddles of freezing water. ...
... as long as you are learning and feel comfortable, who cares! From that point on, I was determined to learn and have as much fun as possible. At the end of the day, those were extra credits and I was in Spain! When my time was ending in Granada, I had mixed feelings. I didn’t want to leave, but it was time for me to come home. Home to what though? A job I slowly started to resent and a life that held no happiness for me. I immediately had to jump right back ...
... past and now she wanted to interview me! I jumped at the chance to explore my options. She loved the massage I gave her and as I sit here (still not doing homework) I now have two jobs. Yikes. After interviewing for a Financial Manager Assistant job a couple weeks ago I was semi relieved that the scheduling didn't work out. It would have been a fabulous experience to see if that is a path I want to pursue but at the same time I ...