Motel 6 Leominster
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... like bird feeders and dog biscuits. I asked Kristin about support staff and she said she promotes the. "Backing off" wherever she can. She said if we allow it, we become the biggest cue for our young people and that's a huge risk when we won't always be there.i also asked her about leadership and she was adamant that it had to be collaborative if it was going to support the child, that she insists on all being involved in decisions ...
... summer and who have welcomed me into your homes every few days. I'll try to make it different this summer...stay tuned.
For now, my checklist:
1.Everything is downloaded. No Youtube in China so have had to fall in love with VLC, Youku and Soku.
2. Books and school supplies packed. (Lucky me, allows me two
checked bags, so I am bringing school supplies to leave in China in a
... St. Mall. Here there is a street blocked off for about 4 blocks where you can watch street performers do everything from mime to playing the violin to juggling torches on fire. We walked around the shops, had lunch and tasted beer at another brew pub until it was time to head to the airport. I put the wrong address into the GPS and we realized when she took us into the center of Denver ...
... passed their own property and taking care of more than their share.
During my first winter in Boston, I held onto my love for winter and tried to spread the love. People in Boston think that winter is something they should not have to deal with, yet they live in New England. Every time a snow storm threatens, people hole up as if the world is coming to an end by an atomic bomb. Every year, snow comes. Every year, the city shuts down when it comes. ...
... up for the adventures 2014 will bring.
Stumbling through the madness and close insanity of the rest of the semester/year, I finished classes with A’s and the cloud has finally lifted. I made a trip home for Thanksgiving and all the welcoming arms, big and little, really confirmed that 2014 will be a year of reconnecting but letting go as well. For Christmas I visited Kari in Austin, TX. I realized during that trip that unless I am in a city that I can ...