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I'm already not on track to getting these done once a day like I'd intended. Hey, yesterday was a long day.
I love airports. They smell like coffee, fast food, and adventure. However, after waking up at 3:30am to arrive at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport for our departure time of 5:30am and finding out that our flight had been delayed …
... for our children echoed in all of our stories.
We all got teary eyed as we all shared the early years of establishing life, whether it was in the US, Canada or Australia. We all shared amazement as to how our lives have been enriched by what Occupational Therapy as a profession has done for us. Who would have known that OT would be as valued a profession . With fondness, we paid tribute to the wisdom of Mrs. Floro, Mrs. ...
hustle and bustle of Venice Beach and Hollywood it was good to be able to relax
for a few hours and take in the scenery on the drive to Las Vegas.
The route we
had planned would take us across the Mojave Desert along Highway 15. The desert as usual is spectacular in its
own way and once again reminds me of the drive across the Nullarbor Plains in
... due to the country's continued desire for booze, really ramped up this whole new area of crime – bootlegging. Along with bootlegging came other criminal enterprises such as gambling and prostitution. They had always been present but now more everyday folk were in environments where they were available.
The museum traced how the crime families organized and then added a whole section on Las Vegas and its early ties to organized crime. There was another section on the ...
... look on your face, but I can tell you're enjoying it." I didn't have the heart to tell him that it was probably me smiling. But I was really enjoying the experience, the adrenalin was pumping. Next up, over to the Stratosphere tower for some rides 112 floors up at the highest point on the Strip. I would never normally buy ride photos, but one of them caught me by surprise as it started and the photo looks like I've forgotten what it's like to be normal. It's pretty ...