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... This afternoon we did one last visit into the city. A late lunch at Drugin Park in Quincey Market area. Then a visit to a new kids book/toy store to look around. Then finally to watch the light display and Irish Step Dancers. All exhausted to headed back to the hotel. Baths and bed for the kids, finished packing for the adults. Up early ...
... million gallons of the sticky liquid!!
Not a great note to end on but I have lots more to tell you about in my next blog as we continue our Magical Mystery Tour! Because we have not planned anything in the States, evenings are spent checking routes and most important finding a campsite that is open!! The campsites we have visited so far are all closing the week after we leave - otherwise its camp Walmart & thats no fun in a busy noisy city!!
... we enjoyed the Farmers Market in the hotel courtyard and got a little sunshine! At 24 hours post chemo, I needed a Neulasta shot to boost my white counts over the coming weeks. We went over to the hospital for that, brought our stuff and headed for the bus home. Thank you for coming with me, my dear friend Bruria. How wonderful you made this treatment trip.
I’m late getting this entry up because, once home post chemo, I got kind of sick. I expect to ...
... a really bad day. He was short with me and made it sound like the said the same thing over and over and over again all day. I called the first time and asked him what the turn around time was for the apositile, in office day of or mail it in and it would be a 10 day turn around + mail travel time. So either way, I was screwed. A. I was not driving 1200 miles one way to have a paper authenticated and B. mailing it would not get it back to me in time. At that point, I threw my ...
... was that Britain was taxing all the tea coming into the colony, and the colonialists didnt like it as they had no representation in the British parliament.
The Boston Tea Party (initially referred to by John Adams as "the Destruction of the Tea in Boston"