Motel 6 Tewksbury
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... and then its the weekend. Easiest week ever.
Updates on other fun things in my life:
I joined a dance group and will be performing a contemporary number in their recital at the end of the semester. I practice one day a week for an hour so very little commitment, but I already saw the number and I think it should be really good and fun to get back into dancing again.
I have also gone through auditions for two shows in the last week. Both Legally ...
... hadn’t heard of it before so for those of you who don’t know what it is, basically the grapes are left on the vine over winter and only picked when the temperature has been about -8 for 72 hours. Then the grapes are hand-picked when they are frozen and all the pressing etc. is done outside while they are still frozen. This is so they get a much more concentrated press from the fruit as a lot of the water is left behind. This makes the wine extremely sweet ...
... at 7:00 AM (EDT)
DFW->HNL (American Airlines): Flight 5, departing at 1:00 PM (CDT)
We are staying at the Ohana Waikiki East. We were originally staying at the Ohana Waikiki West, but that hotel has horrible reviews... Ohana East has less ****** reviews.
I will write more from the air! If not, I'll write more from Hawaii!
I had time to go to church this morning! I was given a blessing at church as well! Everyone was so excited for me and told me to have a wonderful time!
Of course we had to have brunch at Denny's (where else) with the Deans! It was nice to see them before I left.
We had ended up leaving our house about half an hour early, and it was a good thing we did ...
... I wanted nothing more than to see a Red Sox win at Fenway but as the chance to witness a no-hitter presented itself I began to feel differently. I would love to see a no-hitter, even if it is at the expense of the team I root for. Arietta lost the no hit bid to when Stephen Drew (currently batting about .130) lined a pitch into the outfield. The fans all cheered for Drew's hit but applauded even louder (with the exception of a few booing ...