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... very proud of being their Godfather and has a wonderful and close relationship with both of the girls. Sierra is working as a biologist at Savannah River Project and sweet Cheyenne is still trying to figure out what she wants to do with her life, which is driving Mark nuts! Bob and Patty have recently joined the retiree ranks, but sadly, both have lost their moms in the last few weeks and have not yet had a chance to relax and enjoy the new freedom.
... Oreo cookies. The winning piglet also got Oreo’s.
Avett brothers headlined the first night and were off the hook! They played an upbeat set and exceeded my expectation (that were high anyway) in every regard.
Second night headliners were Old crow Medicine show. They were surrounded by even more hype from the locals than the Avett Bros, but they didn’t do anything for me as original ...
... side road ending in a cul-de-sac. I had to stop, to sit in the sun, in the open field. To try to eat a bit, to cry, to gather wildflowers, to stop the too-eager turn of the wheels toward the tiny dust-filled box, the square-edged and lifeless portrait, the stiff rectangle of the flower-draped cross. All those angles. Poking in and reminding me that in this moment the circle is broken, as we are broken by our grief, our loss, the absence in the link of hands. The baton falls in a ...
... places we were visiting from religious buildings to beaches. The luggage for Austria came down from the attic about two weeks out for clothes needed from exploring snowy mountain tops to touring old city streets. For this trip to China, our longest trip, the luggage made it downstairs on Monday and sat in the foyer until I rolled it into the bedroom today. Clothes. Just put some clothes in it. We ...
... 2:55 pm Delta 1860 (27BC)
Ar. Miami 4:50 pm
Day 1: Miami Overnight/ Pre-tour introductory briefing. Our unforgettable ...
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