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... all closed the the American International School of Monrovia where I worked last year is also closed. They have a tentative opening schedule for sometime in October...but that all depends on how things go.
5. The Light - Ryan told me that things are so eerie right now in Monrovia. You don't hear as many horns, you do hear a bunch of sirens, you don't hear the beautiful calls of sellers calling out their wares, people laughing and talking loudly as ...
... to the Bay Area, my mom had sworn she wouldn't bring up Ebola at all...just spend time with us. Ryan opened up on his own and talked all about it, how he was feeling...all while he packed his suitcases with the supplies I had purchased for him to take back. We had dinner together...my sweet mom had made a gorgeous salad, salmon, and veggies for us...so thoughtful. She suggested that Ryan and I go out on a date and spend some time alone...it was amazing! I had a Laloo's vanilla ...
Starring: Cirsty, Ryan, Sam's Chowder House, bar staff, hotel staff
Location shots: San Francisco/Highway 1/Santa CruzAfter a few moments spent deciding who will drive its decided that Ryan should as even though he wasn't sure if he could do it, he definitely didn't want to be Cirsty's passenger. Cirsty attempts to set up the GPS however due to the poor satellite reception in San Fran they are left to follow 6 steps handed them by car rental office ...
... Only to find, when we arrived that the flight was delayed an hour.
The best thing I did when organizing the trip was to arrange to have a driver pick us up. There he was waiting when got out of customs with a nice big sign in his hand that said my name. I could have kissed him! But I didn't. Lol. It was a nice air conditioned drive in a Mercedes Van straight to the hotel. Thank god for the air conditioning because Barcelona is HUMID! I did not expect that at ...
... me. It is not to say that it isn't preferable to do so; it is merely a bravery that I cannot fathom. I am not claiming that I am not just as naive as the rest, because I am. Probably more so in fact. I simply enjoy being aware of my naiveté and my "tiny importance" (I recently gave up the word insignificance for this better, more appropriate phrase).
I do not want to ensconce myself in some sort of romantic heroinism (a ...