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... Gettysburg Battlefield, and the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall in Philadelphia among them. Somehow we missed Fort McHenry on the trips.
Fort McHenry is on a peninsula in Baltimore Harbor where 200 years ago on September 13-14, 1814 Francis Scott Key wrote the Star-Spangled Banner as he witnessed the British bombardment but unsuccessful conquest of the fort. That was part of the War of 1812 between Britain and the still rather young United ...
... great news that Adam & Megan just had their second little boy.
Had time to squeeze in a visit with Sue, awesome time catching up while having a healthy & delicious meal at brother Lee's restaurant, Leelynn's. Thanks Lee for comping the tasty meal! Sue sent us off with homemade hummus and gluten free chips & pretzels to snack on.
I took the Surly out for several long rides down memory lane. ...
... charge nurses, leadership team and bedside nurses. It was really interesting hearing their perspectives and the system here operates in a different way to most other systems so it is really useful for my project drawing comparisons between them. I got back to the accommodation late as I kept seeing interesting cases at the hospital so stayed until their handover. Luckily I had bought some supplies from the ...
... he went to work. It lasted 80 minutes and did hurt but you kind of got into the groove of it after awhile. That's not to say I wasn't happy when it was over. I had no breaks or breathers and didn't check on progress, though you can sort of guesstimate the latter by where he is working on your body. Much like when I ride my bike up hills it I was very much of the mindset of 'you can rest at the top'. Afterwards it feels pretty tender, and hurts the most on top of ...
... Furniture, computer hardware, tables, chairs, desks. Basically everything left that wasn't destroyed by the flood was eventually tossed into the garbage anyway. It couldn't have possibly all fit into my little silver-gray four-door 2003 Toyota Corolla. It was midnight by the time I had fully packed my car and figured out the directions to my pre-departure volunteer training in New Hampshire, an eight-hour drive from Baltimore, MD. Nervous with the dread of anticipation, I tossed ...