Holiday Inn Express Edgewood-I95
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... these men could tell.
Most every time I drive through town in the daylight hours, I see the man in the big red hoody. Then one day when I popped into 7-11 for my Big Gulp refill, he was sitting on the window ledge smoking a butt. I squelched my chicken nerves, walked over and introduced myself.
Chris, age 62, has been on the streets for nine years. He used to be an iron worker, ...
... it as great fun. It was decorated as you would expect an American diner to be and the plus for me which made it extra fun was the signing waiters and waitresses. I had pancakes and Sarah had a cream cheese bagel. We enjoyed a few songs from the servers who were all broadway hopefuls. Breakfast put me in a great mood although Saz didn't enjoy it as much as me so I told her she could pick lunch. We got the tube to the 9/11 ...
... it would be better to head back to campus to join everyone at Mary's for some day drinking we headed towards the bus stop and made a bus just in time. When we got back to the apartment we grabbed a beer from the fridge and sat outside in the sun on the small balcony area outside of the door. We then headed to Mary's where a few of the Laccrosse players were already there. We enjoyed pleasant conversation and maybe one too many ...
... herself, avoiding direct eye contact. Then she left. A little boy walked over two seconds later and looked up at me, tugging on my khakis. "Isn't it true that if you celebrate Halloween, God sends you to hell?" I just stared down at him for several awkward seconds, watching thick, glowstick-colored snot slide down in globs from his nose like the slime of a dying slug and into his open mouth. What have I gotten myself into?
Many years have passed since my ...
... the world. A necessary part of the process to consider when attempting something of this magnitude, is organization. It is very important to be well-organized (so I have been told). In light of that unfortunate truth, I was making a list of the items that I planned to take with me to Nepal. This was Monday. Here's the list:
1. A suitcase full of books.
These books were carefully selected from my collection of ...