Days Inn Lawrenceville
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... for all men, women & children. Freedom Hall is a collection of his historical works and achievements. Also the work which his wife Coretta, took over after his death. It was so very interesting and all that I hoped it would be. I have long had an interest in this man and his life. It was great. I then made a trip to the Aquarium. I spent the next 2 hours with the fishes. The Aquarium was full of school children having a ...
... Jessee, and Jessee's partner, Mandy. Jesse and Mandy have a son, Kai, who is the same age as Lucca and so a good amount of time was spent watching those two play and laugh and foster a life-long love/hate relationship. They would sit for such a long time playing so well, and then some small thing would happen, maybe picking up a toy that had already been claimed, and all hell broke loose. It was so funny to see these two children interact. Saturday ...
... Jasper. The GPS took me down some really small roads with a ton of bumps. Soon we heard what sounded like a plastic bag on the truck somewhere flopping around. Soon we reached the spot where the WM was supposed to be and all that was there was a little gravel lot. So, now to find the real spot of the Wal Mart. Pooh got out to check out where the bag noise was coming from.
Pooh then said, “need to get out.” So I got out and saw ...
... anything else they wanted to give me their love. At least, that's how I see it. I will never forget those kids - they truly have a special place in my heart!
I also miss other volunteers that I came to love and befriend. It is funny how close you can become to people in such a short time. But it was so nice to be completely surrounded by people who see the world the way that I do - people with bleeding hearts for the men, women, and children of Africa. Every ...
... four years to totally nerd out all together in classes on Political Science, International Relations, Philosophy and French, giving me a wider scope on issues that intersect the global world.
Yet sitting stuck in middle Georgia, I would have been better apt to study southern sociology, racial psychology or the good ol’ boy business.
Let’s just say, I am not one to thrive on ...